The booming suburbs of Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio could change the distribution of power in the state.
The map, reimagined
The influential data journalism site 538.com takes issue with the reports that Austin’s black population is shrinking. Are they missing some context?
Followers of Texas politics and business will certainly know the name Charles Miller, who is a chairman emeritus of the Greater Houston Partnership and a former chair of the UT System Board of Regents, among many other things. He wrote a response to a post from Monday about
The Most Important Book About Texas in Years Is About Demographics, Which Means You’ll Probably Never Read It
In 1997 when demographer Steve H. Murdock published his first book, The Texas Challenge, he was a Cassandra of sorts. He predicted the rise of the Hispanic majority, and he spoke early and often about the implications such a demographic shift would have on Texas’s economy. His devotion to the
The changes Texas is facing can become a terrible burden--or an unprecedented asset.