in Texas, the demographic change is changing the game

After Ronald Reagan’s victory in the 1980 presidential election, Texas no longer voted for the Democratic camp. This state has become republican as its population, and therefore its number of electors, has increased. According to estimates from the next census, Texas is likely to get 41 voters in 2024 compared to 38 now.

The Hispanic boom reshuffles the cards

With a growing Hispanic population and an increase of approximately 1.9 million registered voters since 2016, the electorate in Texas is changing rapidly
and could change the political game in the state.

The Hispanic population has grown by more than 2 million people in Texas since 2010. The number of Hispanics could, it is estimated, surpass that of whites by mid-2021.

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Sources: 270ToWin; US Census Bureau; Migration Policy Institute; FiveThirtyEight; US Election Project; Pew Research Center; Washington post ; New York Times ; Texas Hispanic Policy Foundation


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