In my research of Austin, Texas I found out several interesting facts regarding the demographic makeup of the city. For example, the racial breakdown by race is whites 68%, blacks 8%, Hispanic are at 35% and foreign-born 18% The makeup is obviously different when you compare Austin to the
The number of teen pregnancies in Texas by race/ethnicity in 2015 are just as diverse. Teen pregnancy to Non-Hispanic White females was 7,376. Teen pregnancy to Non-Hispanic Black female was 4,619. Teen pregnancy to Hispanic was 22,745. Teen pregnancy to American Indian/Alaska Native was 127 and Asian/Pacific Islander was 267. The rate of teen pregnancies in 2015 by age are girls under 15 was 1 percent, girls 15-17 was 30 percent and girls 18-19 was 69 percent.
No wide open spaces to view. In Lake Worth if building is condemned it is taken down quickly and new buildings are constructed. According to the City-Data (2011), the Lake Worth population is 34,984 with a slightly higher number of males. Age average is 35 and the average household size is 2.6 people. Of those 34,984 people it is reported “12,547 residents are foreign born 28.8% Latin America, 4.2% Europe” City-Data (2011). According to the City-Data (2011), the Hispanic population is 39.6 % of Lake Worth’s population and the Caucasian race following at 38.1 %. Primary languages spoken are English and Spanish. Median income is 35,035 and home prices vary with the average at 165,000.
Today in Texas and the United States, there has been many issues that involve immigration. Many people assume that they are taking the U.S. citizens jobs which is causing many to lose their jobs or the insufficient amount of jobs there are. Or how they don’t belong here, and they
Education issues in Texas can affect several areas in the Lone Star State. Texas is the leader of all 50 states in teenage birth rates. This number alone can affect high school graduation rates which also trails other states in the rank of 41 of 50 states, and can be
The Texas Population The Texas population consists of people with a variety of different cultural and racial background. The Texas population seems to be very young with an approximate 27.3 percent of the population being under the age of 18, and about 11.5 percent being over the age of 65 (U.S.
The Houston Area Survey shows how the city of Houston has progressed over the span of thirty-five years into an immensely diverse city that the rest of America will come to look like in the future. The city has grown from being predominately Anglo to having a nice population balance
A lot of people have been moving to Texas , which has cause the lawmakers and the presidential candidates to put a spotlight on Texas. About 5.9 million people have migrated to Texas between 2005 and 2013, from 5.9 million people about 4.8 million of them came to Texas from other states, which means that the last 1.1 million people came from other countries. In other word about 345 people migrate to Texas per day. Lloyd Potter, a state demographer who work the office that provide the periodic snapshots of how the state is growing, stated that more than half of Texas’s population change is from net migration. Meaning that they are more people coming to Texas than the ones leaving Texas. Between 2013 and 2014, the different between the number of people who came to Texas and the number of people who left Texas for other stats was 154,467. Most people who moved to Texas came from California, Florida, Illinois, and Louisiana. In 2013, about 31,499 people left Texas to go to California, while about 62,386 people left California for Texas. People who moved from California about 80 percent of them were born in the United States. And the majority of the people moving to Texas from
Populations Affected by Disabilities or Homeless Populations. This is an assessment about Hickory County, Missouri population. The goal is to assess the effects of disabilities or homeless influences and the health literacy of a population. I choose this County because I have a lot of relative lives in this area, and
DALLAS, TEXAS. Dallas is on the Trinity River in the center of Dallas County in North Central Texas. It is crossed by Interstate highways 20, 30, 35, and 45. The city was founded by John Neely Bryan, who settled on the east bank of the Trinity near a natural ford in November 1841. Bryan had picked the best spot for a trading post to serve the population migrating into the region. The ford, at the intersection of two major Indian traces, provided the only good crossing point for miles. Two highways proposed by the Republic of Texas soon converged nearby. Unknown to Bryan, however, he had settled on land granted by the republic to the Texan Land and Emigration Company of St. Louis, headed by William S. Peters. Bryan eventually legalized his
When analyzing data, one can’t ignore the growth of the Hispanic population. The majority of Hispanics in Texas are of Mexican decent, however, there are many Hispanics from all over Latin America living in the state. Texas’
The State of Texas, there are “79.4 % White, 12.8% Black or African American, 1.0% American Indian and Alaska Native, 4.8% Asian, 0.1% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, 1.9% Two or More Race, and 38.1% Hispanic or Latino: (Bureau, U.C. (2017)). In the United States the data is “79.9% White, 13.3 % Black, 1.3% American Indian and Alaska Native, 5.7% Asian, 0.2% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, 2.6% Two or More Races, and 17.8% Hispanic or Latino” (Bureau, U.C. 2017).
Texas the second A study done by the Pew Hispanic Center in 2010 listed more 1.7 million undocumented residents living in the state of Texas. (Tannahill) The population growth rate, whether by legal or illegal means is only one of the issues that has been troubling state law makers and affecting the state’s water plan. The second issue that is affecting Texas’ water is the drought conditions that the state is currently suffering from.
(perrymangroup.com) Health care needs of Texans do not simply go away because individuals do not have insurance coverage. For those uninsured, it leads to higher private insurance premiums and local taxes to cover the cost of providing uncompensated care.
Data Data was taken from the Central Texas Region and 3 tables were drawn breaking down the factors of health and income. The evidence suggest that for Central Texas residents surveyed making $35,000 or less had a higher percentage of being uninsured. This correlates with economic status and jobs such as blue collar workers as opposed to those white collar occupations, specifically those in the community averaging a yearly income of $15,000 - $35,000 had no health care coverage of approximately 30%. Upon further analyzing the second graph the number 1 reason the community suggested at 30% for not having health care coverage