TribCast, special edition: Our pollsters on how Texans feel about guns, police, and the pandemic

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Handguns for sale at McBride’s Gun’s in Central Austin on April 20, 2021. Credit: Jordan Vonderhaar for The Texas Tribune

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In this edition of the TribCast, Ross talks to pollsters Joshua Blank, James Henson and Daron Shaw about the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll and what voters are thinking about guns, policing, changes to voting law, and how this survey's results on COVID-19 compare with what turned up in the first poll of the pandemic a year ago.

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