Friday, August 13, 2021
The state's Hispanic population is now nearly as large as the non-Hispanic white population, with Texas gaining nearly 11 Hispanic residents for every additional white resident since 2010.
Over the past ten years, the Texas population grew by around four million people. Here's the increase by race and ethnicity: White: 187,252 Black: 557,887 Asian: 613,092 Hispanic: 1,980,796 Note: The white, Asian and Black categories include individuals who indicated they were not Hispanic and selected only one race on the 2020 census. The Hispanic category includes individuals of any race.
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