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The coronavirus pandemic has altered or canceled summer plans for many. We asked you earlier this week, "What are your travel plans this summer?" The majority voted "staying home."

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The pandemic has changed almost everything—including how we think about travel.

We want to know what your plans look like this summer.


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COVID-19 cases in Texas continue to reach record highs, leading Gov. Greg Abbot to cancel elective surgeries in big cities and pause the reopening of the economy statewide. We asked readers if they think Texas should shut down again, and the majority voted "yes."

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After a weekend of record-high COVID-19 cases in Travis County, health officials are concerned about the spread of the coronavirus. However, in a press conference Monday, Gov. Greg Abbott said: "Closing down Texas again will always be the last option."

We want to know what you think the state should do.


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With City Manager Spencer Cronk appearing in front of a City Council committee tomorrow to talk about a plan for the Austin Police Department, we asked you earlier this week if Austin Police Chief Brian Manley should be fired from his position.

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As we wait for the end of the week, when City Manager Spencer Cronk appears in front of a City Council committee to talk about the police department, we want to know what you think about the future for Chief Brian Manley. Should he lose his job? Let us know.

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As local activists groups see a chance to gain support for defunding the Austin Police Department, we wanted to know where Austonia readers stood on the issue. Yesterday, we asked, "What should the City Council do about the APD budget?" and the results show 53% voted to add funding to APD.

Results of APD budget survey


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The 2020 Zandan poll found that 47% of respondents think Austin is headed in the wrong direction, which is a radical change from three years earlier

by Rich Oppel

Question No. 1 on the annual Zandan poll gets right to the heart of the issue.

Q: Thinking about Austin today, do you think things are headed in the right direction or off on the wrong track?

The answers:

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