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Texas Health Region Demographics

This section is focused on data and tools to analyze Texas health region demographics. Data on age-race/ethnicity-gender (AREG) population group are used to examine patterns for these regions during the period 2010-2016. Data and tools used in this section relate to "Public Health Regions." See more about the public health region geographic definitions and related details in this Excel file.

While this section is focused on Texas health regions, the tools and data used to develop the views and interactive table can be used to develop similar but different regions for Texas or any state. Use GIS tools to develop regional views in context of other geography and subject matter. Create insights not available from examining tabular data alone - as illustrated in views shown below.

Texas Health Regions
The following graphic shows Texas health region labeled with region number and 2016 total population. Click graphic for larger view.

- View developed using CV XE GIS and related GIS project.

Patterns of Economic Prosperity by Census Tract & Region
The following graphic shows Texas health region labeled with region number and 2016 total population. A second layer shows patterns of median household income by census tract. Click graphic for larger view.

- View developed using CV XE GIS and related GIS project.

Related Sections
  • Census Tract Demographic-Economic Characteristics - interactive tables
  • County Demographic Trends 2010-2016
  • Age-Race/Ethnicity-Gender Estimates & Projections
  • Population Groups
  • Health Data Analytics
  • Mapping Statistical Data

Interactive Table
The interactive table presented below includes five rows/population groups for each region.
  • Group 01 - total population
  • Group 02 - male population
  • Group 03 - female population
  • Group 50 - Hispanic, male population
  • Group 51 - Hispanic, female population
Click a link in the left column to view a section focused on that region and the specific population group.

This table illustrates how five population groups can be viewed/examined. All or a larger set of population groups could be added.

Texas Health Region Demographics 2010-2016 Interactive Table
  Click column header to sort; click again to sort other direction. See usage notes below table.
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