Do you feel like politics are permeating everything these days? You’re not alone. Through recent research, IMS | The Focal Point has noted political attitudes driving opinions toward various contemporaneous lawsuits, from COVID-19 insurance claims to police brutality.

Texas is a state that many are watching closely in the 2020 elections. What was traditionally a crimson red state has seen a competitive Senate race in 2018 and a blue tide in Dallas, Austin, and Houston. Continued immigration coupled with young progressives flooding into these urban areas is creating a stark contrast with traditional, homegrown Texan conservatism, coalescing into a state that is now ranked among the most partisan in the country.

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