10 Largest Cities In Texas By Population (2020)

10 Largest Cities In Texas

Western countries are way less populated than eastern ones.  But the west is also playing a part in increasing the overall world’s population.  Talking about America, Alaska is the most populated state of the America with a population of 737,438 (2018 census report). Texas is the second most populated state of America with a population of 28 million people.

In this article, we are going to discuss the 1o largest cities in Texas by Population according to the 2020 population report.  The sequenced is arranged in descending order (the largest city on no.1).

1.      Houston

Houston comes at the top in the list of most populated cities in Texas with 2,359,480 residents. It comes at number 4th in the list of, most populated cities in the United States.

In the 2010 census report, Houston’s population was counted to be 2.2 million that increased to 2.3 million after 6 years (2016). The area of this beautiful city is 696,200 km2.

Specialty Of Houston:

Houston is known for many things the most prominent among them are:

  • City of the youngest population
  • According to a crude estimate, almost 40,000 illegal aliens live in the city
  • Multi-cultured city
  • Have the highest number of educational institutes
  • People speak over 90 languages

2.      San Antonio

San Antonio is one of the most beautiful cities in Texas is at the second number in the list of highest populated cities in Texas and on the 7th number in the country. Its population is estimated to be 1,565,929 by the end of 2019.

Specialty Of San Antonio

This beautiful city was discovered by some Spanish missionaries on June 13, 1691. It is the place of world-famous Alamo battle in 1836. San Antonio was the largest settlement area for Spanish people at that time.

San Antonio Demographics

Following is the demographic distribution of this city:

  • Asian 2.84%
  • Hybrid races 2.82%
  • White 80.52%
  • Native Americans 0.75%
  • Pacific Islander 0.10%
  • African American 6.93%

3.      Dallas

Dallas is the 3rd most populated city of Texas with a population of 1.35 million.  It is recognized at a “beta plus” city and is the largest employment hub in the US.

Dallas Demographics

Following is the demographic distribution of Dallas:

  • Puerto Rican, 0.2%
  • Mexican 36.8%
  • Hispanic 4.3%
  • Puerto Rican 0.2%

4.      Austin

Austin comes on 4th number in this list with a population of 1,565,929 and is the 7th large city of the America.

Specialties:

  • Highest mortality rate
  • A hub of Hispanic race
  • Decreasing number of African Americans
  • A brilliant tourist point

5.      Fort Worth

Fort Worth is one of the largest cities in the America and 5th most populated city in Texas with a population of 895,008.

Fort Worth Demographics

Following is the demographic distribution of Fort Worth.

  • Native Americans 0.47%
  • White 64.06%
  • Hybrid races 3.34%
  • Asian 4.17%

6.      El Paso

El Paso is recognized as the safest city in America for the last 4 years. It’s the 6th most populated city in Texas with a population of 696,610 residents.

El Paso Demographics

The following is the demographic distribution of El Paso!

  • Native American 0.54%
  • White 80.80%
  • Asian 1.37%
  • Pacific islanders 0.16%

7.      Arlington

Arlington is the sports hub of America. The city is known to host several sports teams including Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys.  It’s the 7th most populated city in Texas with a population of 405,486.

8.      Corpus Christi

It’s the hottest tourist destination in Texas known for its dazzling beaches and charming Texas Aquarium. It comes among the top 10 largest cities in Texas by population with a population of 329,408.

9.      Plano

Plano is a mesmerizing city in Texas populated by 294,478 people.  The city host headquarters of top trademarks including Toyota, Dell, Dr. Paper and Frito-Lay.

10. Cedar Park

According to a report of 2017, Cedar Park population was 75,226. It’s a multi-cultured city known for its aesthetic beauty and delicious food. This place is the home of the famous team “Texas Stars” of the American Hockey League.

Conclusion:

These are the 10 most populated cities in Texas. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this post.  Keep reading. Be happy!

 

3 comments

  1. LUBBOCK, TX HAS A LOT MORE THAN 75,000 POPULATION. WHY WAS IT NOT ON THE 10 LARGEST CITIES IN TEXAS ? YOU INCLUDED AMARILLO, WHICH IS SMALLER THAN LUBBOCK.

  2. Does anyone check you clowns’ work? You leave out about 30 cities between Corpus Christi and Cedar Park. Did you lose a page out of your statistics? Are you stupid or just don’t give a shit.?

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