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Old Posted May 30, 2020, 3:56 AM
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Compare the Current Population of Houston With Past Five Years

Start talking about the Houston population in 2020 then it will be 2.50 Million and is increasing day by day. According to the racial figure the Houston city comprises 23% Black, 7% Asian, 1% Native American and 58% White population. with the sex ratio of 50-50 percent of both males and females. Here is the population of past years you need to be checked

2015 in 2.29 Million
2016 in 2.35 Million
2017 in 2.388 Million
2018 in 2.4276 Million
2019 in 2.47112 Million

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Houston Population in 2020
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Old Posted May 30, 2020, 4:47 AM
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Houston's 2019 population according to the Census was: 2,320,268, up from 2,318,573 in 2018 so we're still years away from hitting 2.5 million.
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Houston's 2019 population according to the Census was: 2,320,268, up from 2,318,573 in 2018 so we're still years away from hitting 2.5 million.
It may not hit 2.5 million anytime soon, seems like it is close to peaking with only a 2,000 increase in 2019....
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Old Posted May 31, 2020, 3:13 AM
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The growth has staggered but there's still room for people in the city limits and ETJ. If Houston annexed portions of its ETJ it'd get to 2.5 very quickly.
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There is a crazy amount of vacant lots and redevelopment potential in Houston. Houston is nowhere close to hitting its peak.
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The growth has staggered but there's still room for people in the city limits and ETJ. If Houston annexed portions of its ETJ it'd get to 2.5 very quickly.
Houston should use the land it has instead of any further annexations.
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It should be noted that 44% of people living in Harris County are Hispanic, lest you mistakenly think all of those 58%-of-the-population white people are eating Wonder Bread.
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Houston should use the land it has instead of any further annexations.
It has been, just sorta pointing out that the city limt population is kinda cosmetic, more than 2.5 people stay within the periphery of the city limits.
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