UPDATED May 14, 2019, at 4:10 PM

Texas’s 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary

We’re tracking polls and endorsements, with more to come.

Texas’s primary is scheduled for March 3, 2020.
228 delegates will be awarded proportionally based on the results statewide and in each state Senate district.
In 2016, Hillary Clinton got 65.2% of the vote in Texas, and Bernie Sanders got 33.2%.

Polls See all »

Key

A = ADULTS

RV = REGISTERED VOTERS

V = VOTERS

LV = LIKELY VOTERS

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DatesPollsterSample
Biden
O'Rourke
Sanders
Buttigieg
Warren
Castro
Yang
Harris
Klobuchar
Delaney
Booker
Hickenlooper
Gillibrand
Gravel
Ryan
Williamson
Messam
Swalwell
Moulton
Inslee
Gabbard
Abrams
Apr 25-28, 2019
342 LV
Apr 25-28, 2019
342LV
23%
22%
17%
8%
7%
4%
3%
3%
3%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

Biden

23%

O'Rourke

22%

Sanders

17%

Buttigieg

8%

Warren

7%

Castro

4%

Yang

3%

Harris

3%

Klobuchar

3%

Delaney

1%

Booker

1%

Hickenlooper

1%

Gillibrand

1%

Gravel

1%

Ryan

0%

Williamson

0%

Messam

0%

Swalwell

0%

Moulton

0%

Inslee

0%

Gabbard

0%
Apr 18-22, 2019
1,578 LV
Apr 18-22, 2019
1,578LV
33%
23%
21%
5%
5%
0%
8%
1%
0%
4%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

O'Rourke

33%

Sanders

23%

Buttigieg

21%

Harris

8%

Warren

5%

Castro

5%

Booker

4%

Klobuchar

1%

Hickenlooper

0%

Gillibrand

0%

Yang

0%

Inslee

0%

Gravel

0%

Williamson

0%

Gabbard

0%

Ryan

0%

Delaney

0%
Apr 18-22, 2019
1,578 LV
Apr 18-22, 2019
1,578LV
20%
25%
19%
15%
5%
4%
1%
5%
1%
2%
0%
0%
0%
1%
0%
0%
1%

O'Rourke

25%

Biden

20%

Sanders

19%

Buttigieg

15%

Harris

5%

Warren

5%

Castro

4%

Booker

2%

Klobuchar

1%

Abrams

1%

Swalwell

1%

Yang

1%

Hickenlooper

0%

Gabbard

0%

Gillibrand

0%

Inslee

0%

Ryan

0%

Endorsements

FiveThirtyEight uses a point scale for tracking endorsements that weights potential endorsers according to their position. The map below shows what percentage of Texas’s points each candidate has claimed and what percentage is still available, while the table tracks all the potential endorsers from the state and who, if anyone, they’ve endorsed. See all endorsements »

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