The 2018 American Community Survey found the San Antonio metropolitan area has the highest rate of people living in poverty.
Homes are getting larger in Bexar County, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey 2016 estimates.
The percentage of Americans 25 years and older who completed high school or higher levels of education reached 90 percent for the first time in 2017.
The average percentage of Bexar County’s population that speaks a language other than English in the household is 36.1 percent.
Four zip codes in San Antonio have more than 12 percent of households comprising people who are unmarried and living with a partner.
The U.S. Department of Commerce recently announced that it would add a citizenship question to the 2020 decennial census.
New data released by the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that about 18 percent of San Antonio residents did not have health insurance in 2016 – a slight decline from 2015 estimates
San Antonio appears to be growing quickly relative to other Texas cities but not making as much progress in educational attainment or income.
San Antonio’s economic disparity is geographic, with wealth and greater economic activity concentrated along its northern boundary while neighborhoods in the urban core have markedly higher rates of poverty and unemployment.
Like all cities, San Antonio appreciates seeing its name in the lights.