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2010 Texas Population

June 1st, 2011 at 11:21 am

The 2010 Census shows Texas population now numbers 25,145,561. That is an increase of 4,293,741 over the year 2000. This gain is approximately equal to the population for the state of Kentucky! View or access data directly from the U.S. Census Bureau.

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  1. ED ALVARADO says:

    Looking for the breakdown of Ethnic groups in Texas:
    Hispanics, Koreans, African Americans, Japaneese.

  2. Clay Price Clay Price says:

    Ed, here are the Texas race/ethnic details from the data that have been released from the 2010 Census at this point in time. I could not find a table that gave me ethnicity for specific Asian groups so the Hispanic count does not include 16,170 Hispanic Asians.

    Texas Population By Race/Ethnicity 2010
    Number Percent
    Anglo 11,397,345 45.3%
    African American 2,886,825 11.5%
    Asian Indian 245,981 1.0%
    Bangladeshi 8,060 0.0%
    Bhutanese 1,823 0.0%
    Burmese 9,800 0.0%
    Cambodian 12,056 0.0%
    Chinese (except Taiwanese) 141,823 0.6%
    Filipino 103,074 0.4%
    Hmong 777 0.0%
    Indonesian 3,833 0.0%
    Japanese 18,360 0.1%
    Korean 67,750 0.3%
    Laotian 13,298 0.1%
    Malaysian 1,396 0.0%
    Nepalese 6,755 0.0%
    Pakistani 53,901 0.2%
    Sri Lankan 2,536 0.0%
    Taiwanese 14,175 0.1%
    Thai 11,049 0.0%
    Vietnamese 210,913 0.8%
    Other Asian 37,236 0.1%
    Hawaiian/PI 17,920 0.1%
    Am Indian 80,586 0.3%
    Other Race 33,980 0.1%
    Hispanic 9,444,751 37.6%
    Two or more races 319,558 1.3%
    TOTAL 25,145,561 100.0%

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