This tool was designed to provide users quick and easy access to general demographic information for Texas counties, places, Census Tracts, Urbanized Areas, and TxDOT districts and serves as a starting point for reporting and general trend analysis.View more Information
This project involves gathering and presenting information about the characteristics of the population and availability of services relevant to the Head Start program in Bexar County. Specifically, it provides a detailed analysis of demographic, economic, and social characteristics of Head Start eligible children and families.View more Information
Produce annual estimates of 12 socioeconomic factors for the Texas Workforce Commission. The 12 factors are estimated at the county level and for the State's 28 Local Workforce Development Areas. These estimates are used to allocate Federal block grant funding for workforce development program areas.View more Information
The Institute for Demographic and Socioeconomic Research (IDSER) is a comprehensive institute for the examination of the determinants and consequences of demographic change. Housed within IDSER is the Texas Demographic Center, a state entity, which distributes demographic, economic, and related data and information to private and public sector clients in Texas and other parts of the nation. The Texas Demographic Center directly serves more than 50,000 clients per year through a network of 45 affiliated agencies and provides services to an additional 4,500 clients per day who download more than two gigabytes of data each day from its website.
The Texas Demographic Center also produces population estimates for all places, counties, and the State of Texas, including annual and biennial projections of the population by age, sex, and race/ethnicity. These are used by the Texas Legislature, Texas state agencies, and numerous other governmental and private sector entities to plan for personnel, facility, and fiscal requirements.
The faculty and staff members associated with the Institute also conduct grant and contract supported research on demographic and socioeconomic aspects of transportation, water, education, health related issues.