TEXAS LYCEUM POLL

To better understand public opinion, The Texas Lyceum commissions an annual survey on the critical policy issues facing Texans. The mission of the Lyceum Poll is straightforward: Produce a professional, nonpartisan, high-quality, scientific survey that provides the public with:

  • Specific data points on issues of interest
  • A time series of key demographics, attitudes, and opinions

The trademark of the Lyceum Poll is its transparency. All top-line and detailed cross-tabular results, as well as weighted data sets for each poll, are published on the Lyceum website.

Past Lyceum Polls

2018 Texas Lyceum Poll: Healthcare, the Economy, and the 2018 Midterm Elections

2017 Texas Lyceum Poll: Immigration, Border Security, and the Economy

2016 Texas Lyceum Poll: 2016 Presidential Election, Transgender Public Facilities, Ridesharing, and the Border Wall

2015 Texas Lyceum Poll: Legalization of Marijuana, Race-Based Discrimination, Border Security, the Affordable Care Act, and Youth Tackle Football

2014 Texas Lyceum Poll: Immigration Crisis, Abortion, the Affordable Care Act, and 2014 Statewide Races

2013 Texas Lyceum Poll: The Affordable Care Act, Medicaid and Health Insurance Exchanges; Public Education; Texting and Driving; and Transportation Infrastructure

2012 Texas Lyceum Poll: School Finance, the Affordable Care Act, and Water Rights

2011 Texas Lyceum Poll: The Economy and Social Policy

2010 Texas Lyceum Poll: Gambling, Immigration, and the State Budget Shortfall

2009 Texas Lyceum Poll: Financial Security, Voter ID, and Gay Marriage

2008 Texas Lyceum Poll: Transportation Policy and Infrastructure and the 2008 Presidential Election

2007 Texas Lyceum Poll: Religion, Public Morality, Ethics, and the Separation of Church and State