More people will call Texas home by our bicentennial in 2036.
of Texans live in the Texas Triangle located between Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio.
From 2023-2050, the fastest growing age groups will be among people 65 years and older.
of students are on grade level in reading on the STAAR exam.
of students are on grade level in math on the STAAR exam.
of schools earned an A or B in the accountability system, but almost half of students aren’t on grade level in reading and math.
of Texas high school graduates earn a post-secondary credential within six years of graduation.
of high-wage Texas jobs are held by workers with a high school diploma or less.
Texas is last among peer states in its rate of working-age adults with a postsecondary credential.
of Texas voters expressed concern over consolidation in the health care industry.
of Texas voters say they or a household member postponed or skipped treatment or surgery because of uncertainty over what the final price of care might run.
Texas employer-based insurance, on average, pays over 2.5 times what Medicare does for the same service.
Texas’ unmet water needs is about 27% of Texas’ total water usage in 2020.
Texas produced roughly 2.5 times more energy than any other state in 2020, with total energy production of 23,329,100 billion BTUs.
Texans lack access to broadband in Texas.
Texas currently accounts for 10% of the national space economy.
From February 2020 to July 2023, the median home price in Texas has risen 41% to $345,000.
Between 2009 and 2019, rural counties with state parks saw a 13% higher GDP growth compared to rural counties without parks.
rehirings of dishonorably discharged peace officers since 2012.
added pending cases in state district courts since March 1, 2020.
There is less than a 3% chance for children who have aged out of foster care to earn a college degree at any point in their life.
cyberattack attempts on state agencies every two months.
State government budget for 2024-25.
State government employees as of 2023.