A busy 80-mile stretch of I-35 connects Austin and San Antonio, with flourishing suburbs like Buda, Kyle, ... (Read More)
A new research report by Rogelio Saenz, UTSA dean of the College of Public Policy and Peter Flawn Professor of Demography ... (Read More)
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President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address tonight. He’s expected to make a big ... (Read More)
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TxSDC 2013 Population Estimates are now available. The 2013 total population estimates for Texas counties, places, COGs, and MSAs as well as the county age, sex, race/ethnicity estimates are now available.
Publication: Origins of Immigrants to Texas. This research brief looks at recent patterns of international migration to Texas. It examines the origins of immigrants to the state and shows that recent trends are leading to greater population diversity in Texas.
Economics & Statistics Administration report: The Value of the American Community Survey. The American Community Survey is a national treasure, producing a wealth of data on which our country relies to make important decisions.
Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month: May 2015. In 1978, a joint congressional resolution established Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week. The first 10 days of May were chosen to coincide with two important milestones in Asian/Pacific American history.
New Census Bureau Infographic Shows How Communities Rely on the American Community Survey. “Why We Ask,” a new U.S. Census Bureau infographic in the Measuring America series, explains the important role the American Community Survey plays in the future of America’s planning needs.
U.S. Cities are Home to 62.7 Percent of the U.S. Population, but Comprise Just 3.5 Percent of Land Area A majority of the U.S. population lives in incorporated places or cities, although these areas only make up a small fraction of the U.S. land area.
The 2015 Texas Demographic Data User Conference (DDUC), was in Austin, Texas on May 19th and 20th. This annual conference is sponsored by the Texas State Data Center (SDC) and Business and Industry Data Center (BIDC) Programs.
For more detail about our annual conference please visit the conference page.
Technical assistance regarding census related data is available for the following:
To request technical assistance please contact us.
Workshops and training are available on a number of various topics:
To request workshop and/or training services please contact us.