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July 02, 2013


Perry Getting Stronger in Texas

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Texas finds that Gov. Rick Perry has enhanced his political standing considerably over the last five months and would be tough to beat if he runs for re-election.

In a hypothetical match with state Sen. Wendy Davis (D), Perry wins by 14 points, 53% to 39%.

Perry also leads Julian Castro (D) by 50% to 43%, tops Bill White (D) by 50% to 40% and crushes Annise Parker (D) 52% to 35%. In January he led this quartet of Democrats by an average of 4 points, now he leads them by an average of 12.












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