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Old 09-17-2020, 07:56 PM
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Location: Houston, TX
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The 2019 numbers are out! Its time to look at the 2019 demographics. We can reference the 2018 thread to determine the changes each metro area made year on year. In the 2018 thread, I talked a lot growth trends and I will do that again here. However, the initial posts I make are going to be on community size. I will go into trends later in the thread.

The numbers below are by metro area since not all places have a CSA.

Anyway, here are the numbers for 2019!

New York/Newark/Jersey City MSA:
White - 45.1% - 8,674,519
Hispanic - 25.0% - 4,808,471
Black - 15.7% - 3,016,880
Asian - 11.4% - 2,192,841

Los Angeles/Long Beach/Anaheim MSA:
Hispanic - 45.1% - 5,936,061
White - 29.2% - 3,857,886
Asian - 16.1% - 2,125,243
Black - 6.3% - 829,224

Chicago/Naperville/Elgin MSA:
White - 52.3% - 4,942,746
Hispanic - 22.6% - 2,132,755
Black - 16.1% - 1,521,704
Asian - 6.8% - 649,835

Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington MSA:
White - 44.9% - 3,399,834
Hispanic - 29.3% - 2,219,072
Black - 15.9% - 1,201,835
Asian - 7.3% - 551,059

Houston/The Woodlands/Sugar Land MSA:
Hispanic - 38.0% - 2,682,311
White - 35.1% - 2,481,118
Black - 16.8% - 1,190,236
Asian - 7.8% - 550,675

Washington DC/Arlington/Alexandria MSA:
White - 44.7% - 2,806,870
Black - 24.9% - 1,563,337
Hispanic - 16.3% - 1,021,386
Asian - 10.3% - 645, 564

Philadelphia/Camden/Wilmington MSA:
White - 61.0% - 3,719,986
Black - 20.3% - 1,241,680
Hispanic - 9.9% - 601,242
Asian - 6.1% - 372,629

Miami/Fort Lauderdale/Pompano Beach MSA:
Hispanic - 46.1% - 2,842,930
White - 29.5% - 1,817,027
Black - 20.0% - 1,233,921
Asian - 2.5% - 152,893

Atlanta/Sandy Springs/Alpharetta MSA:
White - 45.9% - 2,762,575
Black - 34.2% - 2,057,902
Hispanic - 11.0% - 661,048
Asian - 6.1% - 364,660

Boston/Cambridge/Newton MSA:
White - 69.2% - 3,370,620
Hispanic - 11.7% - 567,741
Asian - 8.2% - 400,301
Black - 7.8% - 377,690

Phoenix/Mesa/Scottsdale MSA:
White - 54.5% - 2,696,587
Hispanic - 31.3% - 1,551,313
Black - 5.4 - 268,757
Phoenix - 3.9% - 193,178

San Francisco/Oakland/Berkley MSA:
White - 38.6% - 1,827,248
Asian - 26.8% - 1,269,263
Hispanic - 14.3% - 1,033,922
Black - 7.2% - 341,500

Detroit/Warren/Dearborn MSA:
White - 65.9% - 2,847,285
Black - 21.9% - 946,751
Asian - 4.8% - 205,380
Hispanic - 4.6% - 200,680

Riverside/San Bernadino/Ontario MSA:
Hispanic - 52.1% - 2,422,840
White - 30.7% - 1,428,811
Asian - 6.9% - 322,238
Black - 6.9% - 320,161

Seattle/Tacoma/Bellevue MSA:
White - 61.7% - 2,453,681
Asian - 14.5% - 578,873
Hispanic - 10.4% - 412,836
Black - 5.3% - 233,991

Minneapolis/St. Paul/Bloomington MSA:
White - 74.6% - 2,715,215
Black - 8.6% - 312,561
Asian - 6.9% - 250,271
Hispanic - 6.0% - 218,594

San Diego/Carlsbad MSA:
White - 44.8% - 1,495,234
Hispanic - 34.1% - 1,140,033
Asian - 11.8% - 394,644
Black - 4.7% - 156,423

Tampa/St. Petersburg/Clearwater MSA:
White - 61.4% - 1,960,618
Hispanic - 20.6% - 656,696
Black - 11.6% - 370,756
Asian - 3.4% - 108,973

Denver/Aurora/Lakewood MSA:
White - 63.7% - 1,884,797
Hispanic - 23.3% - 690,801
Black - 5.5% - 163,765
Asian - 4.2% - 124,648

St. Louis MSA:
White - 73.4% - 2,057,111
Black - 18.0% - 503,088
Hispanic - 3.1% - 88,038
Asian - 2.7% - 76,706

Baltimore/Columbia/Towson MSA:
White - 55.5% - 1,552,705
Black - 29.3% - 819,019
Hispanic - 6.3% - 175,277
Asian - 5.7% - 158,765

Orlando/Kissimmee/Sanford MSA:
White - 45.2% - 1,177,581
Hispanic - 31.9% - 832,426
Black - 15.5% - 403,976
Asian - 4.4% - 114,511

Charlotte/Concord/Gastonia MSA:
White - 59.9% - 1,580,133
Black - 22.7% - 597,299
Hispanic - 10.6% - 279,017
Asian - 3.8% - 100,852

San Antonio/New Braunfels MSA:
Hispanic - 55.7% - 1,420,687
White - 33.2% - 846,240
Black - 6.3% - 160,847
Asian - 2.4% - 62,462

Portland/Vancouver/Hillsboro MSA:
White - 72.3% - 1,803,456
Hispanic - 12.4% - 309,230
Asian - 6.9% - 172,633
Black - 2.8% - 69,496

Sacramento/Roseville/Folsom MSA:
White - 51.3% - 1,212,448
Hispanic - 22.0% - 519,915
Asian - 13.6% - 321,496
Black - 6.7% - 159,301

Pittsburgh MSA:
White - 84.9% - 1,968,599
Black - 8.1% - 187,078
Asian - 2.4% - 56,398
Hispanic - 1.9% - 43,672

Las Vegas/Paradise/Henderson MSA:
White - 41.3% - 935,092
Hispanic - 31.6% - 717,278
Black - 11.9% - 269,990
Asian - 9.8% - 222,607

Cincinnati MSA:
White - 78.9% - 1,751,078
Black - 12.0% - 266,918
Hispanic - 3.4% - 75,803
Asian - 2.8% - 61,327

Austin/Round Rock/Georgetown MSA:
White - 51.6% - 1,148,682
Hispanic - 32.6% - 726,124
Black - 6.9% - 153,023
Asian - 6.0% - 134,525

Columbus, OH MSA:
White - 71.8% - 1,523,369
Black - 15.8% - 335,335
Asian - 4.5% - 95,561
Hispanic - 4.3% - 93,959

Kansas City MSA:
White - 72.0% - 1,552,217
Black - 12.2% - 263,049
Hispanic - 9.3% - 200,662
Asian - 2.9% - 62,135

Cleveland/Elyria MSA:
White - 69.3% - 1,419,057
Black - 19.4% - 397,688
Hispanic - 6.2% - 125,987
Asian - 2.5 - 50,763

Indianapolis/Carmel/Anderson MSA:
White - 71.3% - 1,481,177
Black - 15.3% - 316,944
Hispanic - 7.0% - 145,561
Asian - 3.7% - 76,977

San Jose/Sunnyvale/Santa Clara MSA:
Asian - 36.5% - 726,115
White - 30.5% - 607,034
Hispanic - 26.1% - 520,512
Black - 2.3% - 46,665

Nashville/Davidson/Mufreesboro MSA:
White - 71.4% - 1,380,076
Black - 15.1% - 292,433
Hispanic - 7.6% - 146,971
Asian - 2.9% - 56,774

Providence/New Bedford/Fall River MSA:
White - 74.1% - 1,203,625
Hispanic - 13.6% - 221,210
Black - 5.4% - 87,900
Asian - 3.0% - 49,386

Virginia Beach/Norfolk/Newport News MSA:
White - 54.6% - 963,018
Black - 30.1% - 531,398
Hispanic - 7.1% - 126,008
Asian - 3.9% - 69,695

Milwaukee/Waukesha MSA:
White - 65.9% - 1,038,783
Black - 16.2% - 254,715
Hispanic - 11.1% - 174,755
Asian - 3.8% - 59,962

Jacksonville, FL MSA:
White - 62.1% - 967,816
Black - 21.2% - 331,204
Hispanic - 9.5% - 148,108
Asian - 3.7% - 57,688

Oklahoma City MSA:
White - 63.6% - 895,955
Hispanic - 13.8% - 194,888
Black - 10.2% - 143,228
Asian - 3.3% - 46,776

Raleigh/Cary MSA:
White - 60.7% - 843,984
Black - 19.7% - 274,282
Hispanic - 10.9% - 151,259
Asian - 6.2% - 85,820

Memphis MSA:
Black - 47.4% - 637,447
White - 42.7% - 574,888
Hispanic - 5.8% - 78,146
Asian - 2.2% - 30,021

Richmond MSA:
White - 57.0% - 735,828
Black - 29.3% - 377,996
Hispanic - 6.6% - 85,506
Asian - 3.9% - 50,024

Louisville/Jefferson County MSA:
White - 75.1% - 951,059
Black - 15.0% - 190,032
Hispanic - 5.3% - 67,747
Asian - 2.2% - 28,292

New Orleans/Metaire MSA:
White - 51.0% - 647,623
Black - 34.8% - 441,696
Hispanic - 9.0% - 114,764
Asian - 2.9% - 36,914

Salt Lake City MSA:
White - 70.8% - 872,325
Hispanic - 18.5% - 227,598
Asian - 3.9% - 48,199
Black - 1.8% - 22,262

Hartford/East Hartford/Middletown MSA:
White - 65.7% - 791,250
Hispanic - 15.5% - 186,787
Black - 10.5% - 126,858
Asian - 5.3 - 64,143

Birmingham, AL MSA:
White - 61.6% - 671,997
Black - 30.6% - 333,866
Hispanic - 4.5% - 49,544
Asian - 1.5% - 15,954

Buffalo/Cheektowaga MSA:
White - 76.7% - 865,687
Black - 11.9% - 134,068
Hispanic - 5.3% - 59,939
Asian - 3.3% - 37,084

More to come!
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Old 09-18-2020, 10:49 AM
 
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Maryland is now majority-minority: 49.8% white.

https://data.census.gov/cedsci/table...dePreview=true
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Old 09-18-2020, 10:56 AM
 
Location: Dallas, Texas
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Interesting that DFW passed Houston in Black and Asian populations.

DFW will pass Miami and Philly’s black populations soon which will put it in the top 5 largest black populations.
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Old 09-18-2020, 11:08 AM
 
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And the inevitable finally happened with DFW and Houston's black populations. It was only a matter of time. DFW Indian population probably pushed it above Houston.Chicago also is firmly fourth behind DC for Black population.

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Old 09-18-2020, 11:13 AM
 
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Kinda surprised the Denver and Portland metros aren't more Asian. I think of major cities in the West as having a lot of Asians (and I happen to know a lot of Indians in the Portland area, it's a long story).
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Old 09-18-2020, 11:17 AM
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Now for some info on Hispanic communities for the larger Metro Areas. Again these number are for 2019 by metro area:

Mexican:
Los Angeles: 4,629,575
Riverside: 2,111,101
Houston: 1,938,565
Dallas/Fort Worth: 1,813,942
Chicago: 1,647,892
Phoenix: 1,343,343
San Antonio: 1,192,379
San Diego: 1,014,057
San Francisco: 678,526
Austin: 577,256
New York City: 576,333
Denver: 536,844
Las Vegas: 532,035
San Jose: 429,258
Sacramento: 412,975
Atlanta: 338,576
Seattle/Tacoma: 290,427
Portland, OR: 243,797
Salt Lake City: 170,680
Oklahoma City: 161,614
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 160,488
Washington DC: 144,158
Kansas City: 142,593
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 139,830
Detroit: 132,215
Tampa: 126,210
Charlotte: 123,755
Milwaukee: 116,639
Philadelphia: 116,396
Indianapolis: 92,865
Nashville: 90,166
Orlando: 78,248
Raleigh: 70,014
Columbus: 49,797
Baltimore: 42,110
Virginia Beach: 37,898
Boston: 35,736
Jacksonville: 29,149
Cleveland: 26,723
New Orleans: 24,632
Hartford: 13,588

Puerto Rican:
New York City: 1,172,092
Orlando: 385,177
Philadelphia: 288,811
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 245,694
Chicago: 215,330
Tampa: 191,629
Boston: 143,524
Hartford: 123,693
Providence: 77,432
Cleveland: 74,218
Washington DC: 73,022
Dallas/Fort Worth: 58,401
Atlanta: 58,337
Los Angeles: 53,242
Houston: 48,473
Jacksonville: 47,267
San Antonio: 45,430
Milwaukee: 40,838
Riverside: 35,503
Phoenix: 34,511
Virginia Beach: 34,465
San Diego: 30,016
San Francisco: 29,170
Baltimore: 27,576
Charlotte: 25,406
Las Vegas: 25,255
Seattle/Tacoma: 25,244
Detroit: 24,478
Austin: 20,271
Raleigh: 19,791
Denver: 18,720
Sacramento: 17,360
Indianapolis: 14,211
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 13,288
San Jose: 8,010


Cuban:
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 1,182,861
Tampa: 144,174
New York City : 136,988
Orlando: 59,192
Los Angeles: 45,292
Houston: 39,872
Las Vegas: 34,356
Atlanta: 25,558
Jacksonville: 23,180
Dallas/Fort Worth: 20,505
Chicago: 20,426
Louisville, KY: 19,165
Austin: 17,556
Boston: 14,868
Riverside: 14,732
Washington DC: 14,352
Philadelphia: 13,142
Phoenix: 12,582
New Orleans: 12,313
San Francisco: 9,170
Charlotte: 8,660
Baltimore: 8,570
San Diego: 7,860
Seattle/Tacoma: 7,837
Virginia Beach: 6,945
San Antonio: 6,567
Detroit: 5,053
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 4,291
Denver: 3,909

Dominican:
New York City : 1,111,298
Boston: 137,832
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 115,451
Orlando: 61,894
Providence: 59,417
Philadelphia: 57,636
Tampa: 34,118
Washington DC: 32,002
Atlanta: 25,558
Charlotte: 15,526
Hartford: 13,567
Houston: 9,579
Chicago: 7,864
Baltimore: 7,199
Los Angeles: 6,415
Phoenix: 5,176
Dallas/Fort Worth: 3,969
Denver: 3,880
San Diego: 2,817
Detroit: 2,715
Riverside: 2,137
Seattle/Tacoma: 1,867
San Francisco: 1,607
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 1,357


Guatemalan:
Los Angeles: 300,289
New York City: 152,559
Washington DC: 97,002
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 76,655
Houston: 56,448
San Francisco: 53,503
Riverside: 48,452
Boston: 48,038
Atlanta: 47,571
Chicago: 44,349
Dallas/Fort Worth: 33,119
Providence: 29,850
Orlando: 24,127
Phoenix: 20,090
Las Vegas: 18,997
Philadelphia: 15,342
Nashville: 12,059
Portland, OR: 11,751
Charlotte: 10,463
San Diego: 10,329
San Jose: 8,806
Austin: 8,406
Seattle/Tacoma: 7,359
Oklahoma City: 7,009
Denver: 6,847
Tampa: 6,479
Sacramento: 6,016
Baltimore: 5,975
San Antonio: 5,837
Salt Lake City: 5,755
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 4,950
Detroit: 3,499

Honduran:
Houston: 122,620
New York City: 121,235
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 105,539
Los Angeles: 67,694
Washington DC: 58,733
Dallas/Fort Worth: 34,352
Charlotte: 28,773
New Orleans: 28,459
Atlanta: 26,523
Austin: 22,231
Boston: 17,560
Chicago: 14,255
Tampa: 14,222
San Francisco: 13,470
Baltimore: 13,300
Philadelphia: 12,796
Orlando: 12,471
Kansas City: 12,062
Raleigh: 9,803
Riverside: 8,849
Seattle/Tacoma: 7,262
Phoenix: 6,040
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 4,461
Denver: 4,433
San Jose: 2,867
San Diego: 2,388
Detroit: 2,071

Nicaraguan:
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 133,786
Los Angeles: 39,818
San Francisco: 36,057
New York City: 25,530
Washington DC: 16,001
Riverside: 12,329
Houston: 11,272
New Orleans: 8,097
Tampa: 7,259
Dallas/Fort Worth: 6,170
San Diego: 4,507
Philadelphia: 4,336
Chicago: 4,313
Atlanta: 3,687
San Jose: 3,639
Orlando: 3,293
Phoenix: 3,288
Seattle/Tacoma: 2,838
Baltimore: 2,067
Charlotte: 1,835
Boston: 1,080
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 898
Denver: 648
Detroit: 117

Panamanian:
New York City: 28,803
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 15,400
Washington DC: 7,672
Los Angeles: 6,300
Dallas/Fort Worth: 5,539
Atlanta: 5,130
Chicago: 4,432
Orlando: 4,068
Philadelphia: 3,843
Houston: 3,714
San Diego: 3,674
Tampa: 3,635
San Francisco: 3,447
Baltimore: 3,304
Riverside: 2,799
Phoenix: 2,732
Seattle/Tacoma: 2,401
Boston: 1,919
Detroit: 1,423
Charlotte: 1,239
Denver: 1,088
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 898

Salvadoran:
Los Angeles: 456,302
Washington DC: 328,477
New York City: 240,928
Houston: 216,882
Dallas/Fort Worth: 100,405
San Francisco: 95,297
Riverside: 58,738
Boston: 52,014
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 46,470
Las Vegas: 36,720
Baltimore: 33,595
Atlanta: 25,708
Chicago: 21,355
Charlotte: 20,928
Sacramento: 18,843
San Jose: 16,179
Phoenix: 15,902
Philadelphia: 13,406
Denver: 12,648
Seattle/Tacoma: 12,429
San Antonio: 12,313
Raleigh: 11,455
Austin: 11,449
San Diego: 10,029
Nashville: 8,592
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 8,341
Orlando: 8,295
Virginia Beach: 8,257
Tampa: 7,045
Las Vegas: 5,601
Salt Lake City: 4,858
Detroit: 4,738

Colombian:
New York City: 270,401
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 260,312
Orlando: 65,250
Houston: 45,388
Los Angeles: 38,308
Tampa: 37,657
Boston: 31,947
Washington DC: 30,086
Atlanta: 27,528
Chicago: 21,739
Dallas/Fort Worth: 20,553
Philadelphia: 16,266
San Francisco: 14,131
Charlotte: 9,264
Las Vegas: 8,942
Riverside: 8,688
Phoenix: 8,003
Providence: 7,646
San Jose: 7,598
San Diego: 6,774
Seattle/Tacoma: 6,599
Jacksonville: 5,844
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 5,083
Salt Lake City: 4,942
Hartford: 4,887
Denver: 4,826
Baltimore: 3,880
Detroit: 1,855

Ecuadorian:
New York City: 363,630
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 48,497
Chicago: 33,161
Los Angeles: 19,284
Washington DC: 11,826
Philadelphia: 11,072
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 10,837
Orlando: 10,196
Tampa: 9,173
Charlotte: 7,975
Houston: 7,827
Boston: 7,733
Dallas/Fort Worth: 6,157
Riverside: 4,378
San Francisco: 3,750
Hartford: 3,427
San Diego: 3,133
Atlanta: 2,917
Phoenix: 2,555
Baltimore: 1,481
Seattle/Tacoma: 1,460
Denver: 1,269
Detroit: 260

Peruvian:
New York City: 151,088
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 79,211
Washington DC: 56,415
Los Angeles: 46,369
San Francisco: 18,175
Riverside: 14,695
Orlando: 13,206
Chicago: 10,455
Dallas/Fort Worth: 9,926
Tampa: 9,656
Houston: 9,562
Boston: 7,804
Atlanta: 7,404
Seattle/Tacoma: 6,667
San Jose: 6,259
Philadelphia: 6,142
Hartford: 5,503
Charlotte: 5,362
Denver: 5,092
Salt Lake City: 5,079
Baltimore: 4,706
Phoenix: 4,356
San Diego: 4,313
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 2,993
Detroit: 1,452

Venezuelan:
Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 170,507
Orlando: 57,669
Houston: 47,563
New York City: 29,036
Atlanta: 21,257
Tampa: 16,687
Dallas/Fort Worth: 16,189
Washington DC: 9,460
Chicago: 8,167
Los Angeles: 8,138
Salt Lake City: 5,396
Boston: 4,758
Las Vegas: 4,506
Indianapolis: 4,412
San Diego: 4,313
San Francisco: 4,152
Charlotte: 3,856
Denver: 3,849
Phoenix: 2,692
Nashville: 2,518
Philadelphia: 2,213
Minneapolis/St. Paul: 1,748
Seattle/Tacoma:1,643
Baltimore: 1,351
Detroit: 1,221
Riverside: 1,124
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Old 09-18-2020, 11:50 AM
 
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Interesting that DFW passed Houston in Black and Asian populations.

DFW will pass Miami and Philly’s black populations soon which will put it in the top 5 largest black populations.
Not too surprising considering the Dallas has been #2 behind Atlanta for black population growth and Indian-Americans have been flocking to DFW in huge numbers the last decade.

EDIT: Another interesting take on the Hispanic numbers is about 1/3 of all Hispanics in the DC area are Salvadoran. Most metros' Latino populations are dominated by Mexicans or the Caribbean groups (PR, DR, Cuban).

It will be interesting to see if Atlanta MSA ever becomes plurality black.

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Old 09-18-2020, 12:23 PM
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And the inevitable finally happened with DFW and Houston's black populations. It was only a matter of time. DFW Indian population probably pushed it above Houston.Chicago also is firmly fourth behind DC for Black population.
When I dig through the data further, its really black families that appear to be driving DFW's growth. I say that because of the age growth. DFW has a lot of black growth in the under 18 range and Houston doesnt nearly as much. DFW is also a bigger recipient of African immigration than Houston which probably helps some.

As for Asians, its all about Indians. DFW's Indian growth is the highest in the US. They gained 20k Indians last year alone. Thats insane! But the East and Southeast Asian growth in DFW is lukewarm at best.
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Old 09-18-2020, 12:51 PM
 
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When I dig through the data further, its really black families that appear to be driving DFW's growth. I say that because of the age growth. DFW has a lot of black growth in the under 18 range and Houston doesnt nearly as much. DFW is also a bigger recipient of African immigration than Houston which probably helps some.

As for Asians, its all about Indians. DFW's Indian growth is the highest in the US. They gained 20k Indians last year alone. Thats insane! But the East and Southeast Asian growth in DFW is lukewarm at best.
As far as black population for both cities, it's already known that DFW is more popular for Black families than Houston. I can believe your research. DFW's black population has grown faster than Houston's the last three full decades. This was only a matter of time.
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Kinda surprised the Denver and Portland metros aren't more Asian. I think of major cities in the West as having a lot of Asians (and I happen to know a lot of Indians in the Portland area, it's a long story).
I was going to say the same but neither has anything that would make Asians want to randomly live there.
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