Texas Census Maps

State of Texas Census Maps

  1. Texas Hard to Count Census Tracts
  2. City of Hondo, TX, Hard to Count Census Tracts
  3. Bexar County and the City of San Antonio, Texas
  4. Medina County and the City of Hondo, Texas
  5. Cameron County Hard to Count Block Groups
  6. Hidalgo County Hard to Count Black Groups
  7. Willacy County Hard to Count Block Groups

Texas Census Map Descriptions


Texas Hard to Count Census Tracts

This Texas map shows the hard to count locations where it is more likely there will be a census undercount. An “undercount” means less federal grant funds for the city, county and state. The map also shows how many millions of dollars in federal grants each county received in 2007.

City of Hondo, TX, Hard to Count Census Tracts

This map of the City of Hondo in Medina County, Texas, shows the percent of Hispanic Voting Age Population broken down by 2000 census blocks. The data was collected by the US Census Bureau during the year 2000. The census blocks are color-coded to show the range of the percentage of the Hispanic voting age population in each census block in Hondo and parts of surrounding Medina County.

Bexar County and the City of San Antonio, Texas

This map uses Census Bureau data at the Block Group level to show the “hard to count” areas in Bexar County, TX, which includes the City of San Antonio. Hard to count areas are where it is more likely that there will be a census undercount in 2010. An “undercount” means less federal grant funds for the cities and counties, as well as the state. A census undercount can undermine the creation of fair political districts. It can also result in the allocation of fewer seats in the US Congress than the state would have if there is a full and accurate count of all persons.

Medina County and the City of Hondo, Texas

This map uses Census Bureau data at the Block Group level to show the “hard to count” areas in Medina County, TX, which includes the City of Hondo. Hard to count areas are where it is more likely that there will be a census undercount in 2010. An “undercount” means less federal grant funds for the cities and counties, as well as the state. A census undercount can undermine the creation of fair political districts. It can also result in the allocation of fewer seats in the US Congress than the state would have if there is a full and accurate count of all persons.

Cameron County Hard to Count Block Groups

This map uses Census Bureau data at the Block Group level to show the “hard to count” areas in Cameron County, TX. Hard to count areas are where it is more likely that there will be a census undercount in 2010. An “undercount” means less federal grant funds for the cities and counties, as well as the state. A census undercount can undermine the creation of fair political districts. It can also result in the allocation of fewer seats in the US Congress than the state would have if there is a full and accurate count of all persons.

Hidalgo County Hard to Count Block Groups

This map uses Census Bureau data at the Block Group level to show the “hard to count” areas in Hidalgo County, TX. Hard to count areas are where it is more likely that there will be a census undercount in 2010. An “undercount” means less federal grant funds for the cities and counties, as well as the state. A census undercount can undermine the creation of fair political districts. It can also result in the allocation of fewer seats in the US Congress than the state would have if there is a full and accurate count of all persons.

Willacy County Hard to Count Block Groups

This map uses Census Bureau data at the Block Group level to show the “hard to count” areas in Willacy County, TX. Hard to count areas are where it is more likely that there will be a census undercount in 2010. An “undercount” means less federal grant funds for the cities and counties, as well as the state. A census undercount can undermine the creation of fair political districts. It can also result in the allocation of fewer seats in the US Congress than the state would have if there is a full and accurate count of all persons.

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