AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The nonpartisan Texas Lyceum has released
poll findings that show Texans are pleased with the state's economy
but remain concerned about the national economy.
The figures released Thursday were part of the group's 2010
Pollsters found 55 percent of those questioned felt the country
was on the wrong track.
Sixty-one percent said the Texas economy is better off than the
rest of the country.
The Texas Lyceum telephone surveys was done from Sept. 22-30 and
included Spanish-speaking interviewers.
The margin of error was plus or minus 3.75 percentage points.
More than 700 people were interviewed.