Community Journalist Conference
March 31, 2014
Ryan Robinson
City Demographer
Planning & Development Review Department
Sel...
Demographic Trends
1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.
Williamson
Travis
Bastrop
Caldwell
Hays
CharlottePhoenix
10 Fastest Growing Metro Areas, 2011 to 2012
DFW
Denver
HoustonAustin
Raleigh
Orlando
Nashville
San Anton...
CharlottePhoenix
10 Fastest Growing Metro Areas, 2012 to 2013
Oklahoma City
Denver
HoustonAustin
Raleigh
Orlando
Nashville...
5th
Source: American Community Survey,
2012 1-year estimates, Table B15003.
Unemployment Rates
as of November 2013,
BLS
Current and Projected Household Flows into Austin
Economic Migrants
1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.
2. An uneven landscape of growth and decline.
3. Profound Racial and Eth...
1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.
2. An uneven landscape of population growth and decline.
3. Profound rac...
1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.
2. An uneven landscape of growth and decline.
3. Profound Racial and Eth...
Jacksonville
Columbus
Indianapolis
Charlotte
El Paso
Nashville
Atlanta
Baltimore
Cities with High Levels of African Americ...
1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.
2. An uneven landscape of growth and decline.
3. Profound racial and eth...
82K
10th
, at 6.3%
1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.
2. An uneven landscape of population growth and decline.
3. Profound rac...
1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.
2. An uneven landscape of population growth and decline.
3. Profound rac...
55%55% 60%60% 65%65% 70%70% 75%75% 80%
 Leaning Republican Leaning Democrat 
50%
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014
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City of Austin Latest Demographic Trends, March 2014

  1. 1. Community Journalist Conference March 31, 2014 Ryan Robinson City Demographer Planning & Development Review Department Selected Demographic Trends in Austin
  2. 2. Demographic Trends 1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.
  3. 3. Williamson Travis Bastrop Caldwell Hays
  4. 4. CharlottePhoenix 10 Fastest Growing Metro Areas, 2011 to 2012 DFW Denver HoustonAustin Raleigh Orlando Nashville San Antonio
  5. 5. CharlottePhoenix 10 Fastest Growing Metro Areas, 2012 to 2013 Oklahoma City Denver HoustonAustin Raleigh Orlando Nashville San Antonio
  6. 6. 5th Source: American Community Survey, 2012 1-year estimates, Table B15003.
  7. 7. Unemployment Rates as of November 2013, BLS
  8. 8. Current and Projected Household Flows into Austin Economic Migrants
  9. 9. 1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth. 2. An uneven landscape of growth and decline. 3. Profound Racial and Ethnic Diversification. Demographic Trends
  10. 10. 1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth. 2. An uneven landscape of population growth and decline. 3. Profound racial and ethnic diversification. 4. Growth from Hispanics dominates overall growth. Demographic Trends
  11. 11. 1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth. 2. An uneven landscape of growth and decline. 3. Profound Racial and Ethnic diversification. 4. Growth from Hispanics dominates overall growth. 5. Significant suburbanization of African American Households. Demographic Trends
  12. 12. Jacksonville Columbus Indianapolis Charlotte El Paso Nashville Atlanta Baltimore Cities with High Levels of African American Household Suburbanization: 2000 to 2010 San Antonio Ft Worth Dallas Memphis Detroit Milwaukee Denver Phoenix San Jose San Francisco San Diego New York Chicago Los Angeles Washington DC Philadelphia Urban and Suburban Growth Flight to the Suburbs Houston Austin
  13. 13. 1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth. 2. An uneven landscape of growth and decline. 3. Profound racial and ethnic diversification. 4. Growth from Hispanics dominates overall growth. 5. Significant suburbanization of African American Households. 6. New chunks of growth for Austin’s age structure: the very young, baby boomers, and seniors. 7. The Asian Boom. Demographic Trends
  14. 14. 82K
  15. 15. 10th , at 6.3%
  16. 16. 1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth. 2. An uneven landscape of population growth and decline. 3. Profound racial and ethnic diversification. 4. Growth from Hispanics dominates overall growth. 5. Significant suburbanization of African American Households. 6. New chunks of growth for Austin’s age structure: the very young, baby boomers, and seniors. 7. The Asian Boom. 8. Deepening Poverty Differentials. Demographic Trends
  17. 17. 1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth. 2. An uneven landscape of population growth and decline. 3. Profound racial and ethnic diversification. 4. Growth from Hispanics dominates overall growth. 5. Significant suburbanization of African American Households. 6. New chunks of growth for Austin’s age structure: the very young, baby boomers, and seniors. 7. The Asian Boom. 8. Deepening Poverty Differentials. 9. Stubborn socio-economic separations. 10. New political landscapes. Top Ten Demographic Trends
  18. 18. 55%55% 60%60% 65%65% 70%70% 75%75% 80%  Leaning Republican Leaning Democrat  50%

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