Statements about Population
Austin is "a city that has basically doubled in size every 25 years or so since it was founded."
"We have more women living in poverty in this state than almost anywhere else."
"Texas is experiencing the fastest population growth in the country," adding "more than 1,000 people a day."
Federal law requires residents to participate in the U.S. government’s American Community Survey.
"Nearly 20% of our residents" are born abroad.
"We’re one of the only communities in the country that didn’t lose population in the last census."
Since 2007, "Texas has gained 440,000 people" while "Maryland has lost 20,000."
There "are 500 registered Republicans moving" to Texas "every day."
"Our recent state budgets have far exceeded population and inflation growth."
The ocean is now "much more acidic . . . than it has been for many millions of years."
Says nearly 1 million people are "coming to town" in the next 20 years.
North Korea has a "substantial standing army, one of the largest, certainly the largest per capita, in the world."
"Almost 1,000 people a day" are moving to Florida "because they are more free here than they are in some other states."
In 2008, "only 54 percent of Latinos in Texas were registered to vote and only 35 percent actually turned out."
Says 2012 was the "first year in American history that more minorities are being born than people in the majority."
Says that 9 million to 50 million undocumented immigrants live in the United States.
Says Oak Grove is "one of the largest cities in Oregon" and is "the biggest city in Clackamas County and it's not a city."
Says Texas will be "majority Hispanic in six years."
"Texas’ population is projected to double in the next 50 years or so, but our basic amount of water will remain about where it is now."
Says "if current trends continue, by 2040, one out of three Texas workers will not have a high school diploma."
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