Texas poll: Only two-thirds sure they'll vote Clinton or Trump
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About one-third of Texas voters say they are unsure who they'll vote for in the general election or will support someone other than the major candidates, according to a new Texas statewide poll conducted by Leland Beatty.

The poll finds that Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump signs bill averting shutdown after brief funding lapse Privacy, civil rights groups demand transparency from Amazon on election data breaches Facebook takes down Trump campaign ads tying refugees to coronavirus MORE leads Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonTrump crowd chants 'lock her up' about Omar as president warns of refugees in Minnesota Democrats say Biden survived brutal debate — and that's enough Comey defends FBI Russia probe from GOP criticism MORE by about 7 points in the state. The presumptive GOP nominee garnered the support of 36.8 percent of respondents, while Clinton won the support of 29.7 percent. Only 2.6 percent of respondents support Libertarian presidential nominee Gary JohnsonGary Earl JohnsonRepublicans not immune to the malady that hobbled Democrats What the numbers say about Trump's chances at reelection Presidential race tightens in Minnesota as Trump plows resources into state MORE.

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Thirty-one percent of people surveyed said they were either unsure or would support someone other than the two major parties' presumptive nominees and Johnson.

For undecided voters or those not supporting the three candidates listed, the honesty and integrity of the candidates ranked as the most important issue, followed by the economy and jobs.

Over half of respondents who identified as Republicans said they may vote for down-ballot candidates outside the party, and about 27 percent of Republicans said they may not vote for a Republican at the top of the ticket.

The poll was conducted among 998 respondents from June 13-14. The margin of error is 3.1 percentage points.

Clinton won the Texas Democratic primary over Bernie SandersBernie SandersDemocrats say Biden survived brutal debate — and that's enough The Hill's Morning Report - Fight night: Trump, Biden hurl insults in nasty debate Trump, Biden clash over health care as debate begins MORE by 32 points. Trump finished second in the GOP primary, trailing Texas Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzGrassley says disclosing Trump's tax records without authorization could violate law Supreme Court nominee gives no clues in GOP meeting Barrett to sit with McConnell and other GOP senators in back-to-back meetings MORE by 17 points.