• DSHS HIV/STD Program
    Post Office Box 149347, MC 1873
    Austin, TX 78714

    Phone: 737-255-4300

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Border Report - Table Appendix

 

Data for Figure 2

Population Growth 2007-2017 by Region
 

Percent

Texas 

18.8%

Austin TGA

34.1%

Dallas EMA 

22.2%

Fort Worth TGA

20.0%

Houston EMA

24.9%

San Antonio TGA

23.3%

East Texas

8.5%

Texas-Mexico Border

13.4%

All Other Texas

9.5%

 


Data for Figure 3

Racial Composition of Texas Population by Region

White

Black

Hispanic

Other

All Other Texas

2,578,305

349,894

1,671,319

112,016

Texas-Mexico Border

250,752

35,598

2,454,213

31,162

East Texas

1,645,740

442,391

541,193

75,676

San Antonio TGA

747,183

158,842

130,0424

68,507

Houston EMA

211,6479

1,073,751

2,368,750

519,209

Fort Worth TGA

1,243,829

342,570

652,810

129,520

Dallas EMA

2,199,440

816,252

1,479,483

412,636

Austin TGA

1,104,653

149,175

688,322

133,562

Texas

11,886,381

3,368,473

11,156,514

1,482,288


Data for Figure 5

Gardner’s HIV Treatment Cascade for Texas and the Texas-Mexico Border Region, 2017

Texas

Texas-Mexico
Border Region

HIV+ Individuals Living at end of 2017

100%

100%

At Least One Visit/Lab in 2017

77%

72%

Retained in Care in 2017

70%

67%

Achieved Viral Suppression at end of 2017

60%

61%


Data for Figure 6

Tuberculosis Rates for the Texas-Mexico Border Region and Texas, 2008-2017

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Texas-Mexico Border Region

12.5

11.1

9.9

8.7

9.0

8.6

9.2

10.1

10.1

7.9

Texas

6.1

6.0

5.4

5.1

4.7

4.6

4.7

4.9

4.5

4.0


 

Data for Figure 4

Percent of Population Living under Federal Poverty Level, 2016

County

Percent

Anderson

17.1

Andrews

10.7

Angelina

19.6

Aransas

17

Archer

8.1

Armstrong

9.6

Atascosa

15.3

Austin

14.5

Bailey

19.1

Bandera

16.5

Bastrop

13.6

Baylor

12.7

Bee

20.5

Bell

14.7

Bexar

17.2

Blanco

9.7

Borden

2.6

Bosque

14.8

Bowie

19.5

Brazoria

10.5

Brazos

27

Brewster

11.2

Briscoe

14.5

Brooks

34.7

Brown

17.7

Burleson

13.6

Burnet

14.4

Caldwell

18.6

Calhoun

18.1

Callahan

18

Cameron

33

Camp

19.3

Carson

5.9

Cass

19.2

Castro

16.2

Chambers

11.7

Cherokee

21.9

Childress

22.8

Clay

15.4

Cochran

19.6

Coke

17.2

Coleman

18.3

Collin

7.1

Collingsworth

19.7

Colorado

14

Comal

9.2

Comanche

21.3

Concho

10.6

Cooke

15

Coryell

14.1

Cottle

25

Crane

11.7

Crockett

22.7

Crosby

20

Culberson

23.8

Dallam

16.2

Dallas

18.6

Dawson

16.3

Deaf Smith

17.2

Delta

21.5

Denton

8.7

DeWitt

16.2

Dickens

19

Dimmit

23.3

Donley

15

Duval

24.5

Eastland

17.6

Ector

12.4

Edwards

7.7

Ellis

11

El Paso

22.5

Erath

24.5

Falls

24.3

Fannin

16.5

Fayette

10.8

Fisher

19.8

Floyd

22

Foard

6.9

Fort Bend

8.2

Franklin

16.8

Freestone

16.6

Frio

21.3

Gaines

10.7

Galveston

13.6

Garza

13.4

Gillespie

10.8

Glasscock

5.3

Goliad

16.9

Gonzales

17.2

Gray

15.7

Grayson

15.6

Gregg

18.2

Grimes

20.3

Guadalupe

10.5

Hale

20.7

Hall

28.7

Hamilton

14.8

Hansford

20

Hardeman

15.5

Hardin

11.8

Harris

17.4

Harrison

17.7

Hartley

7.3

Haskell

20.6

Hays

16.2

Hemphill

11.8

Henderson

18.8

Hidalgo

32.8

Hill

19.1

Hockley

15.7

Hood

12.1

Hopkins

19.5

Houston

24.4

Howard

14.9

Hudspeth

37.9

Hunt

18.9

Hutchinson

16.5

Irion

11.7

Jack

17.2

Jackson

13

Jasper

16.3

Jeff Davis

8

Jefferson

20

Jim Hogg

20.9

Jim Wells

20.7

Johnson

12.1

Jones

16.7

Karnes

24

Kaufman

13.7

Kendall

6.1

Kenedy

22.8

Kent

11.7

Kerr

16.7

Kimble

19

King

3.3

Kinney

20.5

Kleberg

23.8

Knox

14.7

Lamar

19.9

Lamb

20.8

Lampasas

13.7

La Salle

13.2

Lavaca

10.4

Lee

14.8

Leon

16

Liberty

17.3

Limestone

22.2

Lipscomb

10.4

Live Oak

15.9

Llano

13.8

Loving

16.4

Lubbock

19.5

Lynn

19.8

McCulloch

18.4

McLennan

19.9

McMullen

8.8

Madison

16.5

Marion

21.6

Martin

10.6

Mason

14.9

Matagorda

21.7

Maverick

24.7

Medina

14

Menard

13.4

Midland

7.9

Milam

15.5

Mills

14.5

Mitchell

10.2

Montague

16.1

Montgomery

11

Moore

17.8

Morris

18.6

Motley

15.5

Nacogdoches

24.4

Navarro

19.9

Newton

16.2

Nolan

17.6

Nueces

17

Ochiltree

12.6

Oldham

13.2

Orange

15.2

Palo Pinto

17.9

Panola

14.6

Parker

9.4

Parmer

16.8

Pecos

9.7

Polk

18.2

Potter

21.9

Presidio

24.5

Rains

10.7

Randall

10.5

Reagan

17.5

Real

18.4

Red River

16.5

Reeves

14.7

Refugio

15.8

Roberts

1.8

Robertson

15.1

Rockwall

6.2

Runnels

17.8

Rusk

16.5

Sabine

23.2

San Augustine

26.6

San Jacinto

17.2

San Patricio

14.3

San Saba

18

Schleicher

13.2

Scurry

8.1

Shackelford

18.5

Shelby

22.8

Sherman

13.6

Smith

17

Somervell

17.6

Starr

37.6

Stephens

22

Sterling

15.5

Stonewall

18.9

Sutton

9.2

Swisher

23.4

Tarrant

14.4

Taylor

17.5

Terrell

24.9

Terry

13.7

Throckmorton

13.3

Titus

20.8

Tom Green

13.8

Travis

15.2

Trinity

15.5

Tyler

15.7

Upshur

13.5

Upton

20.4

Uvalde

20.7

Val Verde

20.9

Van Zandt

15.8

Victoria

14.7

Walker

24

Waller

19

Ward

16.6

Washington

14.4

Webb

32.1

Wharton

17.7

Wheeler

17.2

Wichita

18.5

Wilbarger

16.4

Willacy

37.2

Williamson

7.2

Wilson

10.5

Winkler

17.3

Wise

12.5

Wood

13.3

Yoakum

12

Young

15.3

Zapata

34.1

Zavala

35.8

 


Border Report

Table of Contents | Executive Summary | HIV, STDs, and TB in the Texas-Mexico Border Region | Population and Demographics of the Texas-Mexico Border Region | HIV Diagnoses and People Living with HIV | Sexually Transmitted Diseases | Tuberculosis


Last updated June 17, 2020