The latest Bexar Facts poll shows that about half of Bexar County parents surveyed say their kids have fallen behind in school.
A new poll shows about 17 percent of registered voters in Bexar County said they plan to vote by mail.
The Bexar Facts/KSAT/San Antonio Report poll found most Bexar County voters support the former vice president over President Donald Trump.
Local voters weigh in on Pre-K 4 SA, VIA, and workforce development ballot measures in a new Bexar Facts/KSAT/San Antonio Report poll.
The Black Lives Matter protests – and now poll data – are providing the impetus for police reform at the local level, elected leaders said Tuesday.
Community leaders, the mayor, and law enforcement officials digitally come together to discuss the latest Bexar Facts/KSAT/Rivard Report poll results.
Among Democrats in Bexar County, 14 percent believe the worst of the pandemic is over compared to 52 percent of Republicans.
The latest Bexar Facts poll shows broad voter support for local police, but respondents want better police accountability measures.
When it comes to stopping the spread of the coronavirus or reopening the economy, a new poll shows more Bexar County voters prioritize health.
Elected officials and other leaders discuss the sales tax funding options that highlighted the first Bexar Facts/KSAT/Rivard Report poll.
The first Bexar Facts/KSAT/Rivard Report Poll found that only 7 percent would prioritize funding mass transit over aquifer protect and Pre-K 4 SA.
The Bexar Facts/KSAT/Rivard Report Poll will seek to find out what voters’ opinions are on local issues and on how well local leaders are doing their jobs.
ConnectSA tri-chair Henry Cisneros said Wednesday most San Antonians support putting a one-eighth-cent sales tax into public transit.