By Ross Ramsey | Texas Tribune

Confederate statues and memorials

Half of the state’s registered voters would leave Confederate monuments untouched (26%) or in place with historical context provided (24%). Only 15% would remove those statues and plaques altogether, and another 28% think “they should be moved to a museum or other site where they can be presented in historical context.”

That marks a change in sentiment since a June 2020 poll taken amid protests of the killing of George Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody. At that time, 52% of Texas voters thought Confederate displays should be removed or relocated, and 43% thought they should remain, in some form, where they are now.

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