Registration for the 2022 Texas Demographic Conference is now open! We hope you can join us for this free virtual conference held on three half-days from May, 24th - 26th.
Statewide and regional experts will come together to discuss the dynamic demographic changes happening in Texas and provide updates on new census data and products.
The Texas Demographic Center has created an interactive swipe map to highlight changes for employment and educational attainment between 2010 and 2020 in Texas, using recently released American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates (2016-2020). This map is accompanied by an infographic featuring some data highlights.
On August 12th, 2021, The U.S. Census Bureau released the 2020 Redistricting Data , which includes information on total population, race and ethnicity data, total housing units, total group quarter population, and voting age population at all census geography levels. Visit our Census 2020 Redistricting page to view the data for Texas with our interactive tools, download the full datasets, and find other useful links.
The Texas Demographic Center periodically produces special projections focusing on selected household, socioeconomic, and health indicators.
They are available at the state level and the county level.
These projections utilize the latest TDC population projections and are intended as a means of understanding the potential impacts of population and demographic change on the State of Texas and its counties and regions.
We have recently released the Household Projections and the Labor Force Projections for the State of Texas and its counties for 2010 to 2050.
Recent studies conducted during the pandemic have helped to identify subsets of the population most impacted by the coronavirus and the pandemic-induced economic recession.
The latest brief from the Texas Demographic Center uses the recently released 2019 American Community Survey one-year summary file data to estimate Texas’s most vulnerable populations,
their share of the population, and explore some of their pre-existing challenges, specifically around housing and food insecurity and health insurance status.
The Texas Demographic Center produced a brief to summarize our 2018 population estimates. This brief includes: the estimated population of counties and places, the components of population change by county and county characteristics, and demographic shifts in age distribution and race/ethnicity composition. We also map the aging of the state and rank the fastest growing, and declining, cities in Texas. [View Report]