Four zip codes in San Antonio have more than 12 percent of households comprising people who are unmarried and living with a partner.
In all of the attention paid to low voter turnout, this got lost: Millennial Texans made up only a small part of the electorate in this year’s primaries.
Millennial populations are growing in activity centers and southeast suburban neighborhoods, but falling near military bases and on much of the Northside.
In this week’s podcast we examine a story showing that San Antonio ranks second in the nation for its growth rate among millennials.
San Antonio ranks second for growth of the adult population between the ages of 18 and 34 from 2010 to 2015, according to a recent study.
If you want to understand what the U.S. economy may look like in the future, take a look at what millennials are doing and not doing.
Botánica Music and Arts Festival investors hope to enhance the local economy by keeping concert production spending and revenues in San Antonio.
San Antonio saw the second largest increase of suburban Millennials nationwide, with 14.4% growth.
In the initial May 6 ballot, fewer than one in 10 voters were under age 34, though they represent more than a third of San Antonio’s voting age population.
With the presidential election less than one month away, one of the big questions is how Millennials will vote.