Ever since the census figures for Texas have come out, people have been digging through them, inventing incredibly complex interactive maps, coming up with new insights.
One chart from the city of Houston, on the changing racial/demographic makeup of our town, reveals that the white and Hispanic populations are going in opposite directions.
We could give you the actual figures, but they include numbers. Better to present the change in percentage of total population graphically:
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