The results of the Bexar Facts-KSAT-San Antonio Report’s first-quarter 2021 polling will be released on April 6.
Available on KSAT.com next Tuesday morning, the results will provide the first glimpse at public opinion in 2021 following the presidential election, the siege on the U.S. Capitol, vaccination rollout, “reopening Texas” and the deadly winter storm.
“It’s been a tumultuous year for Bexar County, just as it has been for the whole country,” said Dave Metz, founder of FM3 Research, which conducted the poll for Bexar Facts. “The poll will provide the latest look at where local voters stand on all the major issues – the May election, the impacts of the winter storm, the COVID pandemic and vaccinations, and much more.”
Included in the Bexar Facts 2021 Q1 poll are questions about:
Before the results are released, you can take an online survey of the questions that were asked of respondents here, via Bexar Facts. (Those answers will not be included in the final, scientific results, but could be published anonymously as results from the online survey. Read about the methodology here.)
“One of the most exciting aspects of this poll is our community will get a sneak peek of what the May elections results will likely reveal. From pandemic and winter storm response to police reform and attitudes towards local government – it’s all in there,” said Demonte Alexander, director of external affairs at Bexar Facts. “With our partners at KSAT 12, The San Antonio Report, and future university partnerships, we aim to spearhead deeper conversations from our results on public policy issues most important to voters.”
The last poll that was published by the local partnership was in September and focused on the general election and local propositions and issues. See those results here or read news stories about them here.
In 2020, KSAT partnered with Bexar Facts and the San Antonio Report to produce a quarterly nonpartisan poll, which gauged the opinions of registered Bexar County voters on a wide variety of topics. The goal is to grasp a deeper understanding of issues that drive our community and to foster a more engaging conversation across the greater San Antonio area.