Here's the best of the rest from our Texas poll:
-15% of voters in the state support seceding from the Union while 72% are opposed. 21% of Republicans and only 4% of Democrats support secession. Bill White actually leads the Governor's race 51-42 with voters who want to be Americans, but Perry leads overall because of a 69-18 lead with the secessionists. It's too bad for White that the secessionists don't go so far as renouncing their right to vote in American elections or else he'd definitely be the next Governor of Texas.
-Republicans lead the generic Congressional ballot in the state 52-39. In a lot of states Democrats are having trouble keeping their party as unified as the Republicans but that's not the case in Texas- 90% of Dems are committed to their party, equal to the 90% of GOP ones sticking with theirs. One reason the generic ballot is only slightly worse for Democrats in Texas than it is in Pennsylvania is that with the party's voters excited about Bill White at the top of the ticket there is no enthusiasm gap there. Even if White ends up falling short Chet Edwards and Ciro Rodriguez could be beneficiaries of his unusually strong campaign.
-Texans don't like Roger Clemens and they think he's a cheat. 19% have a favorable opinion of him to 27% unfavorable and by a 37/15 margin they think he used steroids to prolong his career. 48% had no opinion on whether Clemens used drugs.
-Barack Obama's approval rating is 40% in the state with 55% disapproving. Not good but not as steep a drop as he's seen in some other states. 88% of Democrats approve of him while 92% of Republicans disapprove, and independents are actually slightly favorable at 49/43.
Full results here