A Joint Polling Project Assessing Public Opinion in Arizona, California, and Texas

Conducted by researchers at Arizona State University, Stanford University and the University of Houston

Understanding Attitudes in the West

These surveys are part of a joint polling project among researchers at Arizona State University, Stanford University and the University of Houston. The series kicked off in the summer of 2023 with the release of a survey examining changing attitudes on abortion in Arizona, California and Texas. The second report covered public opinion on transgender legislation and policies, the third explored political affiliation in the three states, and the fourth looked at economic migration out of California. 

The reports come from an original survey of residents in California, Arizona and Texas conducted jointly by researchers at Stanford University, Arizona State University, and the University of Houston. The survey was conducted between May 31 and June 6, 2023 among a representative sample of Arizona, California and Texas residents age 18 and older. In all, 3,163 respondents were surveyed across the three states: Arizona (1,051), California (1,045), and Texas (1,067), with the margin of error for each state +/- 3.0%.

Abortion 2023: A Survey of Public Opinion in Arizona, California and Texas

Transgender Legislation and Policies 2023: A Survey of Public Opinion in Arizona, California and Texas

The Power of Partisanship 2023: Examining Political Affiliation in Arizona, California and Texas

Economic Migration 2023: California's Population Drain