Texas Cities See Population Boom, Even in Middle of Oil Bust

Texas added more people between July 2014 and July 2015 than any other state, according to new U.S. Census population data released this week.

Nearly two-thirds of the almost 500,000 new Texas residents migrated from other states as Dallas, Houston, Austin and other metro areas lured companies ranging from Toyota and State Farm to Kubota and JP Morgan Chase. Most have taken advantage of generous relocation incentive packages offered by Texas while fleeing high housing, taxes and business cost areas.


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