Texas voters disagree on top issues, as well as candidates, UT/TT Poll finds

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The Texas Capitol. Credit: Austin Price/The Texas Tribune

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Texas voters are casting their ballots with widely different opinions about the most important problems facing the country and the state of Texas, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.

The most important issue facing the country right now is the coronavirus/COVID-19, chosen by 18% of registered voters, followed by political corruption/leadership (14%) and the economy (10%).