• 2020 Census: Making Texas Count

    The 2020 Census is less than a year away. As the second largest state in the country, we must make sure Texas counts! The Texas Demographic Center has compiled a number of resources to keep you informed on all the latest, from hard to count areas in the state to complete count committees in your area, from how to respond to getting a job with the census, and from the history of the census to what it means for our communities. [Visit Texas 2020 Census Page]

  • Counting Texas
    Texas Demographic Conference
    June 5-6, 2019 in Austin

    The Texas Demographic Center is hosting its annual demographic data users conference, and we hope you will join us! We have an exciting agenda lined up with the 2020 Census as the focus. Gather with other data users from around the state. [Registration & Information]

  • 2017 Population Estimates

    The Texas Demographic Center produces annual estimates of the total population of counties and places in the state. Estimates of county populations by age, sex, and race/ethnicity are also available. The TDC annual estimates aid state and local governments, policymakers, and other stakeholders to gauge the growth and demographic composition of the state, counties, and places. [Download Estimates]

  • Participant Statistical Areas Program (PSAP) Webinars

    Join the Texas Demographic Center and Census Bureau staff for small group, online webinar trainings on PSAP. PSAP offers local entities the opportunity to review and modify boundaries used to count people in your community. The webinar will cover a brief introduction to the PSAP program, information on downloading GUPS, GUPS walk-through, and Q&A session. Click here to view the webinar schedule and to register.

  • Texas Population Projections 2010 to 2050

    The Texas Demographic Center released updated population projections for the State and all its counties. In this brief, we summarize our most recent projections, employing migration patterns between 2010 and 2015, including a new race/ethnicity category—non-Hispanic Asian, and expanding the age distribution to 95 years and older. We provide information on the projected growth of the population by sex, select age groups, and race/ethnicity. We also include a list of the fastest growing and declining counties in the State. [View Report]

  • 2018 Population Projections

    The Texas Demographic Center produces projections of the total population of the State and all its counties. Projections of populations are also available by age, sex, and race/ethnicity. TDC projections aid state and local governments, policymakers, and other stakeholders to anticipate and plan for population change and shifts in the demographic composition of the State and counties. [Download Projections]

Texas Demographic Center Updates

2018 Preliminary Population Estimates

September 16, 2019
Preliminary population estimates for the total population of Texas and its counties and places are now available for July 1, 2018 and January 1, 2019. Because these preliminary estimates may change as a result of the review process, please be aware that the estimates may be revised. Final estimates will be posted following completion of the review process, anticipated to be completed by October 7, 2019. Please visit the Data tab of our website for the preliminary estimates. [View Estimates]

2019 Texas Demographic Conference

May 06, 2019
The Texas Demographic Center is hosting its annual demographic data users conference on June 5-6, 2019 in Austin, TX. Join us for a day of training and workshops led by Census Bureau staff and other subject matter experts followed by a day of panels and presentations, including former U.S. Census Bureau Director and Texas State Demographer, Dr. Steve Murdock, providing the keynote address, a conversation with State Demographer Lloyd Potter and Secretary David Whitley on the statewide complete count committee, and information from Cathy Lacy, Denver Regional Director with the Census Bureau on all the latest census operations. See our conference page to register and for the full agenda. [More Details]

Texas 2020 Census Page

May 6, 2019
On April 1, 2020, the country will come together once again to count every person. As the second largest state in the country, we must make sure Texas counts! The Texas Demographic Center has compiled a number of resources to keep you informed on all the latest information on the 2020 Census. Visit the Texas 2020 Census page for information on hard to count areas of the state, complete count committees and their efforts, available census jobs, and background on the census and what it means to businesses and communities around the state. [View 2020 Census page]

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