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Recent Census data suggest a new pattern of immigration is emerging in Texas. Traditionally, Texas immigration has been dominated by people originating in Latin America, particularly Mexico. Following the 2007-2009 recession, immigration from Mexico has declined sharply. In 2005, 56.8 percent of all non-citizen immigrants originated in Mexico. By 2013, Mexican-origin immigrants made up only 27.1 percent of all non-citizen immigrants. [View Report]
The Texas Demographic Data User Conference is an annual meeting providing updates of demographic and socioeconomic data available for Texas. Demographers, Economists, Planners, Marketers, State and Local Governments, Diverse Businesses, Media, Consultants, and Data Center Affiliate Agencies. [More Details]
In this brief we show how migration is shaping the size and composition of the Texas population. In recent years, migration has played an important role in the state’s remarkable population growth. With the continuation of these recent migration patterns, strong population growth will persist into the future. [View Report]
|September 16, 2015||[PPTX][PDF]|
|University of Texas at Austin Department of Statistics and Data Sciences|