2020 Texas Republican Primary
|Date:||March 3, 2020|
|Threshold:||20% (minimum vote to win delegates)|
|Notes:||Some delegates allocated statewide and some by Congressional District. In each case, winner take all where a candidate exceeds 50%. Otherwise, statewide delegates (47) are proportionately allocated; the formula varies based on number of candidates receiving 20% or more. In each district not decided by winner take all, the allocation is based on the number of candidates receiving 20% or more of the vote.|
Information is estimated and subject to change. Delegate allocation rules can be very complex; this overview may not capture some details. For those interested in the finer points, we suggest Greenpapers or FHQ.
Estimated Delegates Earned
38 delegates have not yet been allocated.
|NBC News/ Marist||3/01/2020||621 LV ±5.1%||94%||4%||2%|
|UT Tyler||2/29/2020||567 LV ±4.1%||86%||6%||8%|
|UT Tyler||2/02/2020||445 LV ±4.7%||88%||2%||10%|
|CNN / SSRS||12/11/2019||537 LV ±5%||86%||3%||11%|
|UT Tyler||11/18/2019||597 RV||78%||1%||21%|
|Emerson College||8/06/2019||482 RV||90%||10%||0%|
|Emerson College||4/29/2019||344 LV ±5.3%||87%||13%||0%|
†The average includes the most recent poll from each source within the past 30 days, up to a maximum of five. If five polls are found, and there are other qualifying polls on that same calendar date, those will also be included.