The latest University of Texas/Texas Politics Project poll has some bad news for Beto O’Rourke —double-digit bad news.

According to a report from The Daily Caller, incumbent Texas Governor Greg Abbott has a commanding 11-point lead over gubernatorial challenger and lifetime failed candidate Beto O’Rourke.

Among likely voters in Texas, 54% say they plan to vote for Abbott for Texas Governor, while 43% indicated they are voting for O’Rourke, according to the poll.

Abbott’s popularity has increased a bit since August when Abbott only had 5-points ahead of O’Rourke.

From The Daily Caller:

Other Republican candidates are enjoying hefty voter support among likely Texas voters, the poll reported. Republican Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick is leading his Democratic opponent, 51%-36%, the data found.

Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who faced a highly competitive GOP primary race, is leading Democrat Rochelle Garza by 15-points in his race for reelection. Among likely Texas voters, 51% will be voting for Paxton, compared to the 37% who said they’ll vote for Garza. Republicans running for Texas Land Commissioner, Comptroller of Public Accounts, and Agriculture Commissioner also have at least an 11-point lead over their Democrat challenger, the poll reported.

More over at The Daily Caller:

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