With all the talk lately about Texas as the next battleground state, a new poll shows Hillary Clinton would stand a fighting chance at winning the Lone Star State, if she runs for president.

The latest in a Texas’ series of Public Policy Polling surveys released today show her with leads in hypothetical matchups against Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Sen. Marco Rubio and Gov. Chris Christie. Clinton holds the widest margin over Gov. Perry, with 50% of people polled saying they’d cast their ballot for her.  That is compared to 42% who say they would vote for Perry.

“If Clinton is the 2016 nominee, she could conceivably expand the electoral map for Democrats in deep-red Texas,” said Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling.

When it comes Gov. Perry’s political aspirations, it seems most Texas voters would prefer that he not run for president again. Of those polled, just 19% said they would support another run for the White House.  70% said he should forgo another attempt.