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Right on Crime | February 10, 2017
In a statewide poll done for the Texas Public Policy Foundation, Baselice & Associates asked 922 registered Texas voters (+/- 3.2% margin of error) from Jan. 22 to 29, 2017, the following question: “Civil asset forfeiture is when the state or federal government takes and keeps a person’s property without necessarily charging them with any criminal behavior. Should the state or federal government be allowed to take and keep a person’s property without a criminal conviction?”
Based on the results, an overwhelming majority of Texan voters don’t believe the state or federal government should be allowed to take and keep a person’s property without a criminal conviction. Below are the results of the poll, as well as crosstabs and the questions asked of voters.
Here’s the questions put to registered voters:17432.T-Qs.Q.VOTERS
Here’s the crosstabs for registered voters:17432TXO.TQs_.Voter_.Tables.1
Here’s the questions put to all adults: 17432.T-Qs.Q.ADULTS
Here’s the crosstabs for all adults: 17432TXO.TQs_.Adult_.Tables.1