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1 Population Change in the United States: Implications for Boating, Fishing and Other Marine Activities Steve H. Murdock, Director Hobby Center for the Study of Texas and Allyn and Gladys Cline Professor of Sociology Rice University Marine Dealer Conference and Exposition Orlando, Florida November 13, 2012

2 Total Population and Percent Population Change in Texas and the United States, Total Population Percent Change YearTexasU.S. TexasU.S ,592 23,191, ,215 31,443, ,579 39,818, ,591,749 50,155, ,235,527 62,947, ,048,710 75,994, ,896,542 91,972, ,663, ,710, ,824, ,775, ,414, ,669, ,711, ,697, ,579, ,323, ,196, ,302, ,229, ,545, ,986, ,709, ,851, ,421, ,145, ,745, Source: Derived from the U.S. Census Bureau decennial census April 1 of reported year.

3 Estimates of the Unauthorized Population in the United States,

4 Change State 2000 Population 2010 PopulationNumericPercent United States281,421,906308,745,53827,323, Texas20,851,82025,145,5614,293, California33,871,64837,253,9563,382, Florida15,982,37818,801,3102,818, Georgia8,186,4539,687,6531,501, North Carolina8,049,3139,535,4831,486, Arizona5,130,6326,392,0171,261, Virginia7,078,5158,001,024922, Washington5,894,1216,724,540830, Colorado4,301,2615,029,196727, Nevada1,998,2572,700,551702, Ten States in the United States with the Largest Numeric Population Increase Population values as of April 1, 2000 and April 1, Source: U.S. Census Bureau

5 Change State 2000 Population 2010 Population NumericPercent United States281,421,906308,745,53827,323, Nevada1,998,2572,700,551702, Arizona5,130,6326,392,0171,261, Utah2,233,1692,763,885530, Idaho1,293,9531,567,582273, Texas20,851,82025,145,5614,293, North Carolina8,049,3139,535,4831,486, Georgia8,186,4539,687,6531,501, Florida15,982,37818,801,3102,818, Colorado4,301,2615,029,196727, South Carolina4,012,0124,625,364613, Ten States in the United States with the Largest Percentage Population Increase Population values as of April 1, 2000 and April 1, Source: U.S. Census Bureau

6 Population of the United States by Regions, Population values as of April 1, 2000 and April 1, Source: U.S. Census Bureau Population in Thousands (Thousands) United States/ Regions United States76,212151,326179,323203,302226,546248,710281,422308,746 Regions Northeast Midwest South West

7 Regional Population Change as a Proportion of U.S. Population Change,

8 Place PopulationChange Number Percent New York, NY8,008,2788,175,133166, Los Angeles, CA3,694,8203,792,62197, Chicago, IL2,896,0162,695, , Houston, TX1,953,6312,099,451145, Philadelphia, PA1,517,5501,526,0068, Phoenix, AZ1,321,0451,445,632124, San Antonio, TX1,144,6461,327,407182, San Diego, CA1,223,4001,307,40284, Dallas, TX1,188,5801,197,8169, San Jose, CA894,943945,94250, Source: U.S. Census 2000 & 2010, P.L Population 2000 and 2010 and Population Change for the Ten Most Populous Incorporated Places in the United States

9 Ten States in the United States with the Largest Numeric Population Increase Population values as of April 1, 2010 and July 1, Source: U.S. Census Bureau 15-month ChangeAnnualized Change StatePopulation NumericPercentNumericPercent United States308,745,538311,591,9172,846, ,277, Texas25,145,56125,674,681529, , California37,253,95637,691,912437, , Florida18,801,31019,057,542256, , Georgia9,687,6539,815,210127, , North Carolina9,535,4839,656,401120, , Washington6,724,5406,830,038105, , Virginia8,001,0248,096,60495, , Arizona6,392,0176,482,50590, , Colorado5,029,1965,116,79687, , New York19,378,10219,465,19787, ,

10 Ten States in the United States with the Largest Percentage Population Increase Population values as of April 1, 2010 and July 1, Source: U.S. Census Bureau 15-month ChangeAnnualized Change StatePopulation NumericPercentNumericPercent United States308,745,538311,591,9172,846, ,277, Texas25,145,56125,674,681529, , Utah2,763,8852,817,22253, , Alaska710,231722,71812, , Colorado5,029,1965,116,79687, , North Dakota672,591683,93211, , Washington6,724,5406,830,038105, , Arizona6,392,0176,482,50590, , Florida18,801,31019,057,542256, , Georgia9,687,6539,815,210127, , North Carolina9,535,4839,656,401120, ,

11 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Total Population by Race/Ethnicity for Texas, 2000 and 2010 PopulationPopulation ChangePercent of Total Population Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent Percent of Total Change NH White10,933,31311,397,345464, Hispanic (All Races)6,669,6669,460,9212,791, NH Black2,364,2552,886,825522, NH Asian554,445948,426393, NH Other330,141452,044121, Total20,851,82025,145,5614,293, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non- Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: U.S. Census 2000 and 2010, P.L Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

12 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Population Under 18 Years by Race/Ethnicity for Texas, 2000 and 2010 PopulationPopulation ChangePercent of Total Population Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent Percent of Total Change NH White2,507,1472,322, , Hispanic (All Races)2,386,7653,317,777931, NH Black732,807810,54377, NH Asian139,226231,45892, NH Other120,814183,38562, Total5,886,7596,865,824979, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non- Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: U.S. Census 2000 and 2010, P.L Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

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17 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Total Population by Race/Ethnicity for the United States, 2000 and 2010 PopulationPopulation ChangePercent of Total Population Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent Percent of Total Change NH White194,552,774196,817,5522,264, Hispanic (All Races)35,305,81850,477,59415,171, NH Black33,947,83737,685,8483,738, NH Asian10,123,16914,465,1244,341, NH Other7,492,3089,299,4201,807, Total281,421,906308,745,53827,323, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non- Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: U.S. Census 2000 and 2010, P.L Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

18 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Population Under 18 Years by Race/Ethnicity for the United States, 2000 and 2010 PopulationPopulation ChangePercent of Total Population Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent Percent of Total Change NH White44,027,08739,716,562-4,310, Hispanic (All Races)12,342,25917,130,8914,788, NH Black10,610,26410,362, , NH Asian2,420,2743,176,129755, NH Other2,893,9283,795,702901, Total72,293,81274,181,4671,887, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non- Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: U.S. Census 2000 and 2010, P.L Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

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23 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Total Population by Race/Ethnicity for Northeast Region, 2000 and 2010 PopulationPopulation ChangePercent of Total Population Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent Percent of Total Change NH White39,327,26238,008,094-1,319, Hispanic (All Races)5,254,0876,991,9691,737, NH Black5,784,7686,049,443264, NH Asian2,102,9773,033,441930, NH Other1,125,2841,234,293109, Total53,594,37855,317,2401,722, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non- Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: U.S. Census 2000 and 2010, P.L Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

24 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Total Population Less Than Age 18 by Race/Ethnicity for Northeast Region, 2000 and 2010 PopulationPopulation ChangePercent of Total Population Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent Percent of Total Change NH White8,697,5487,469,614-1,227, Hispanic (All Races)1,702,0902,133,781431, NH Black1,740,3641,563, , NH Asian507,100673,096165, NH Other400,681493,40092, Total13,047,78312,333, , *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non- Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: U.S. Census 2000 and 2010, P.L Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

25 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Total Population by Race/Ethnicity for Midwest Region, 2000 and 2010 PopulationPopulation ChangePercent of Total Population Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent Percent of Total Change NH White52,386,13152,096, , Hispanic (All Races)3,124,5324,661,6781,537, NH Black6,437,0606,843,367406, NH Asian1,187,6451,713,429525, NH Other1,257,4081,611,894354, Total64,392,77666,927,0012,534, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non- Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: U.S. Census 2000 and 2010, P.L Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

26 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Total Population Less Than Age 18 by Race/Ethnicity for Midwest Region, 2000 and 2010 PopulationPopulation ChangePercent of Total Population Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent Percent of Total Change NH White12,525,38911,172,169-1,353, Hispanic (All Races)1,157,2741,772,526615, NH Black2,097,6341,989, , NH Asian322,798433,818111, NH Other544,571760,323215, Total16,647,66616,128, , *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non- Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: U.S. Census 2000 and 2010, P.L Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

27 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Total Population by Race/Ethnicity for the Southern Region, 2000 and 2010 Change Percent of Population Race/ NumericPercent Ethnicity* NH White (Anglo)70,614,26873,557,2102,942, Hispanic11,705,28818,439,9786,734, NH Black19,392,28122,265,6242,873, NH American Indian660,839762,472101, NH Asian1,961,2993,268,0351,306, NH Hawaiian/Pac. Isldr.43,81473,04129, NH Some Other Race123,635188,00364, NH Two or More Races1,330,6071,990,308659, Total105,832,031120,544,67114,712, ________ Source: U.S. Census 2010, P.L *Hispanic includes Hispanic persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are non-Hispanic (non-Hispanic White[Anglo], non-Hispanic Black, non-Hispanic American Indian, non-Hispanic Asian, non-Hispanic Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic Some Other Race, non-Hispanic Two or More Races).

28 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Population Less than Age 18 by Race/Ethnicity for the Southern Region, 2000 and 2010 Change Percent of Population Race/ NumericPercent Ethnicity* NH White (Anglo)15,771,91714,856, , Hispanic3,847,0766,120,7112,273, NH Black6,084,3656,198,748114, NH American Indian201,759212,04310, NH Asian478,100773,877295, NH Hawaiian/Pac. Isldr.11,98020,4338, NH Some Other Race60,64081,19320, NH Two or More Races538,758950,433411, Total26,994,59529,214,1932,219, ________ Source: U.S. Census 2010, P.L *Hispanic includes Hispanic persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are non-Hispanic (non-Hispanic White[Anglo], non-Hispanic Black, non-Hispanic American Indian, non-Hispanic Asian, non-Hispanic Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic Some Other Race, non-Hispanic Two or More Races).

29 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Total Population by Race/Ethnicity for West Region, 2000 and 2010 PopulationPopulation ChangePercent of Total Population Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent Percent of Total Change NH White36,911,58738,006,3631,094, Hispanic (All Races)15,340,50320,596,4395,255, NH Black2,959,3953,214,563255, NH Asian4,932,2896,547,4401,615, NH Other3,054,1583,580,748526, Total63,197,93271,945,5538,747, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non- Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: U.S. Census 2000 and 2010, P.L Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

30 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Total Population Less Than Age 18 by Race/Ethnicity for West Region, 2000 and 2010 PopulationPopulation ChangePercent of Total Population Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent Percent of Total Change NH White8,159,0227,279, , Hispanic (All Races)5,678,4497,184,5311,506, NH Black891,408808,400-83, NH Asian1,126,5841,318,219191, NH Other1,175,9971,340,780164, Total17,031,46017,931,410899, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non- Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: U.S. Census 2000 and 2010, P.L Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

31 Percent of Texas Population by Age Group and Ethnicity, 2000

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34 Percent of Texas Population by Age Group and Ethnicity, 2040*

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38 POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS AND SOCIOECONOMIC CONDITIONS Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

39 Total and Percent of the Population in Poverty and Median Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for the United States, 1999 and 2010 Race/ Ethnicity Population in Poverty % Median Household Income* Population in Poverty % Median Household Income* NH White16,026,5428.3$59,22121,831, $53,988 Hispanic (All Races)7,797, $44,07912,583, $40,165 Black7,970, $38,54110,270, $33,568 Asian1,241, $68,0201,806, $67,142 Total33,899, $54,966 47,330, $50,046 *In 2010 Dollars. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Summary File 4, American Community Survey Not all race/ethnic groups are shown here but are included in the total. Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

40 Total and Percent of the Population in Poverty and Median Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for Texas, 1999 and 2010 Race/ Ethnicity Population in Poverty % Median Household Income* Population in Poverty % Median Household Income* NH White856,0557.9$61,5421,111,2519.5$59,517 Hispanic (All Races)1,658, $39,1012,555, $37,087 Black515, $38,378717, $35,674 Asian63, $65,633120, $64,191 Total3,117, $52,260 4,521, $48,615 *In 2010 Dollars. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Summary File 4, American Community Survey Not all race/ethnic groups are shown here but are included in the total. Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

41 Total and Percent of the Population in Poverty and Median Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for Northeast Region, 1999 and Population in Poverty % Median Household Income* Population in Poverty % Median Household Income NH White2,804,3597.3$64,0293,202,7338.7$60,984 Hispanic**1,332, $41,4631,743, $39,476 NH Black1,357, $41,6111,469, $38,593 NH Asian297, $67,948422, $69,009 Total5,919, $59,530 6,921, $55,952 * In 2010 Dollars **Hispanic includes persons of all races. Other than White Not Hispanic, all other race/ethnicity categories shown contain both Hispanics and Non-Hispanics. Not all race/ethnic groups are shown but are included in the total. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census of Population and Housing, and 2010 American Community Survey. Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

42 Total and Percent of the Population in Poverty and Median Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for Midwest Region, 1999 and Population in Poverty % Median Household Income* Population in Poverty % Median Household Income NH White3,811,4277.5$58,0725,604, $50,936 Hispanic*552, $49,2811,113, $39,247 NH Black1,592, $38,2592,134, $29,389 NH Asian149, $66,543247, $61,592 Total 6,360, $55,516 9,487, $47,894 * In 2010 Dollars **Hispanic includes persons of all races. Other than White Not Hispanic, all other race/ethnicity categories shown contain both Hispanics and Non-Hispanics. Not all race/ethnic groups are shown but are included in the total. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census of Population and Housing, and 2010 American Community Survey. Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

43 Total and Percent of the Southern Regional Population in Poverty and Median Household Income for Major Race/Ethnic Groups, 1999 and 2009 *In 2009 Dollars ^Includes Hispanic Persons of Any Race. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 and American Community Survey, Population in Poverty% Median Household Income* Population in Poverty% Median Household Income Anglo5,856,3429.1$54,6777,344, $51,752 Hispanic^2,580, $41,0774,218, $37,106 Black4,585, $35,8625,308, $32,710 Asian214, $64,247326, $64,848 Total Population13,569, $50,039 17,603, $46,198

44 Total and Percent of the Western Region Population in Poverty and Median Household Income by Race/Ethnicity, 1999 and Population in Poverty% Median Household Income* Population in Poverty% Median Household Income NH White 2,941,9918.2$63,666 3,872, $58,566 Hispanic^ 3,332, $46,172 4,851, $42,223 Black 610, $45, , $40,949 Asian 596, $69, , $69,356 Total 8,051, $59,060 10,849, $53,686 *In 2010 Dollars. ^Includes Hispanic persons of any race. Not all race/ethnic groups are shown here but are included in the total. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 and American Community Survey, 2010

45 Educational Attainment for the Population Age 25 and over, United States, 2010 Race/ Ethnicity Population Age 25 and Older Less than High School High School Diploma Some College or Associates Degree Bachelor Degree or More Non-Hispanic White 141,698, Hispanic* 27,313, Black 23,049, Asian 9,879, Other 2,347, Total204,288, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non- Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non- Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2010 American Community Survey Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

46 Educational Attainment for the Population Age 25 and over, Texas, 2010 Race/ Ethnicity Population Age 25 and Older Less than High School High School Diploma Some College or Associates Degree Bachelor Degree or More Non-Hispanic White 8,212, Hispanic* 5,063, Black 1,762, Asian 632, Other 101, Total15,772, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non- Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non- Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2010 American Community Survey Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

47 Educational Attainment for the Population Age 25 and Older by Major Race/Ethnic Groups in 2010, United States Population Age 25 and Older Less than high school High school diploma Some college or associates degree Bachelor or more Race/Ethnicity(%) Non-Hispanic White139,695, Non-Hispanic Black23,049, Hispanic*27,313, Non-Hispanic Asian9,879, Total Population204,288, Source: U.S. Census, American Community Survey, Not all race/ethnic groups are shown here but are included in the total. *Includes Hispanic persons of all races.

48 Educational Attainment for the Population Age 25 and Older by Major Race/Ethnic Groups in 2010, Northeast Region, United States Population Age 25 and Older Less than high school High school diploma Some college or associates degree Bachelor or more Race/Ethnicity(%) Non-Hispanic White 27,172, Non-Hispanic Black 3,793, Hispanic*3,999, Non-Hispanic Asian 2,058, Total Population37,594, Source: U.S. Census, American Community Survey, Not all race/ethnic groups are shown here but are included in the total. *Includes Hispanic persons of all races.

49 Educational Attainment for the Population Age 25 and Older by Major Race/Ethnic Groups in 2010, Midwest Region, United States Population Age 25 and Older Less than high school High school diploma Some college or associates degree Bachelor or more Race/Ethnicity(%) Non-Hispanic White36,172, Non-Hispanic Black4,060, Hispanic*2,334, Non-Hispanic Asian1,066, Total Population44,318, Source: U.S. Census, American Community Survey, Not all race/ethnic groups are shown here but are included in the total. *Includes Hispanic persons of all races.

50 Educational Attainment for the Population Age 25 and Older by Major Race/Ethnic Groups in 2010, Southern Region, United States Population Age 25 and Older Less than high school High school diploma Some college or associates degree Bachelor or more Race/Ethnicity(%) Non-Hispanic White48,911, Non-Hispanic Black13,163, Hispanic*10,059, Non-Hispanic Asian2,110, Total Population75,558, Source: U.S. Census, American Community Survey, Not all race/ethnic groups are shown here but are included in the total. *Includes Hispanic persons of all races.

51 Educational Attainment for the Population Age 25 and Older by Major Race/Ethnic Groups in 2010, Western Region, United States Population Age 25 and Older Less than high school High school diploma Some college or associates degree Bachelor or more Race/Ethnicity(%) Non-Hispanic White27,438, Non-Hispanic Black2,031, Hispanic*10,921, Non-Hispanic Asian4,643, Total Population46,817, Source: U.S. Census, American Community Survey, Not all race/ethnic groups are shown here but are included in the total. *Includes Hispanic persons of all races.

52 Implications for Key Recreational Cohorts

53 Population, Population Change, and Proportion of the Male Population Ages by Race/Ethnicity for the United States 2000 and 2010 PopulationPopulation ChangePercent of Total Population Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent Percent of Total Change NH White30,605,45329,035,241-1,570, Hispanic (All Races)4,115,0256,530,2332,415, NH Black4,034,9834,793,234758, NH Asian1,581,4402,200,097618, NH Other873,164924,75851, Total41,210,06543,483,5632,273, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non- Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: American Community Survey, 2000 and 2010, U.S. Census Bureau. Steven Ruggles, J. Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek, Ronald Goeken, Matthew B. Schroeder, and Matthew Sobek. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series: Version 5.0 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

54 Household, Household Change, and Proportion of Male Householders Ages by Race/Ethnicity for the United States 2000 and 2010 HouseholdsHousehold ChangePercent of Total Households Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent Percent of Total Change NH White20,943,40018,386,555-2,556, Hispanic (All Races)2,338,2503,501,6711,163, NH Black2,199,0502,493,484294, NH Asian1,043,1501,440,473397, NH Other551,900531,651-20, Total27,075,75026,353, , *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non- Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: American Community Survey, 2000 and 2010, U.S. Census Bureau. Steven Ruggles, J. Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek, Ronald Goeken, Matthew B. Schroeder, and Matthew Sobek. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series: Version 5.0 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

55 Mean and Median Household Income, And Change in Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for Male Householders Ages 35-55, United States 2000 and 2010 Mean Household Income (constant 2010 $) Mean Household Income Change Median Household Income (constant 2010 $) Median Household Income Change Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent NumericPercent NH White$99,596$95,739-$3, $78,499$76,000-$2, Hispanic (All Races)$67,225$63,884-$3, $54,696$50,000-$4, NH Black$65,343$62,707-$2, $56,215$50,000-$6, NH Asian$105,039$108,165$3,1263.0$85,336$85,300-$360.0 NH Other$68,563$72,929$4,3666.4$57,228$56,000-$1, Total$93,596$88,600-$4, $74,701$70,000-$4, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: American Community Survey, 2000 and 2010, U.S. Census Bureau. Steven Ruggles, J. Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek, Ronald Goeken, Matthew B. Schroeder, and Matthew Sobek. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series: Version 5.0 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

56 Mean and Median Household Income, And Change in Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for Male Householders Ages 20-24, United States 2000 and 2010 Mean Household Income (constant 2010 $) Mean Household Income Change Median Household Income (constant 2010 $) Median Household Income Change Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent NumericPercent NH White$41,697$35,720-$5, $35,451$30,000-$5, Hispanic (All Races)$45,976$36,038-$9, $35,451$30,000-$5, NH Black$35,740$28,014-$7, $31,653$21,000-$10, NH Asian$51,369$34,010-$17, $22,790$20,500-$2, NH Other$43,988$32,898-$11, $34,185$25,000-$9, Total$42,322$34,853-$7, $34,565$28,000-$6, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: American Community Survey, 2000 and 2010, U.S. Census Bureau. Steven Ruggles, J. Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek, Ronald Goeken, Matthew B. Schroeder, and Matthew Sobek. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series: Version 5.0 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

57 Mean and Median Household Income, And Change in Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for Male Householders Ages 25-29, United States 2000 and 2010 Mean Household Income (constant 2010 $) Mean Household Income Change Median Household Income (constant 2010 $) Median Household Income Change Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent NumericPercent NH White$63,810$59,746-$4, $55,709$51,200-$4, Hispanic (All Races)$49,680$47,989-$1, $41,655$40,000-$1, NH Black$46,541$42,977-$3, $37,983$35,000-$2, NH Asian$66,521$67,622$1,1021.7$61,913$56,000-$5, NH Other$48,124$49,633$1,5093.1$37,983$41,100$3, Total$59,766$56,421-$3, $51,404$48,000-$3, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: American Community Survey, 2000 and 2010, U.S. Census Bureau. Steven Ruggles, J. Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek, Ronald Goeken, Matthew B. Schroeder, and Matthew Sobek. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series: Version 5.0 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

58 Mean and Median Household Income, And Change in Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for Male Householders Ages 35-39, United States 2000 and 2010 Mean Household Income (constant 2010 $) Mean Household Income Change Median Household Income (constant 2010 $) Median Household Income Change Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent NumericPercent NH White$88,113$89,756$1,6431.9$70,902$73,320$2, Hispanic (All Races)$64,632$58,291-$6, $53,588$45,600-$7, NH Black$63,081$60,255-$2, $55,709$50,000-$5, NH Asian$104,075$109,087$5,0124.8$86,362$90,000$3, NH Other$61,694$72,921$11, $54,443$57,000$2, Total$83,516$82,438-$1, $68,370$66,000-$2, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: American Community Survey, 2000 and 2010, U.S. Census Bureau. Steven Ruggles, J. Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek, Ronald Goeken, Matthew B. Schroeder, and Matthew Sobek. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series: Version 5.0 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

59 Mean and Median Household Income, And Change in Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for Male Householders Ages 40-44, United States 2000 and 2010 Mean Household Income (constant 2010 $) Mean Household Income Change Median Household Income (constant 2010 $) Median Household Income Change Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent NumericPercent NH White$97,337$94,552-$2, $77,233$75,900-$1, Hispanic (All Races)$66,861$62,991-$3, $53,177$49,800-$3, NH Black$63,813$65,378$1,5642.5$53,177$53,000-$ NH Asian$102,181$108,863$6,6826.5$86,096$85,000-$1, NH Other$67,337$73,506$6,1699.2$59,685$58,000-$1, Total$91,404$87,242-$4, $73,561$69,000-$4, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: American Community Survey, 2000 and 2010, U.S. Census Bureau. Steven Ruggles, J. Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek, Ronald Goeken, Matthew B. Schroeder, and Matthew Sobek. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series: Version 5.0 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

60 Mean and Median Household Income, And Change in Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for Male Householders Ages 45-49, United States 2000 and 2010 Mean Household Income (constant 2010 $) Mean Household Income Change Median Household Income (constant 2010 $) Median Household Income Change Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent NumericPercent NH White$104,264$97,887-$6, $81,550$78,000-$3, Hispanic (All Races)$67,736$66,679-$1, $56,975$52,030-$4, NH Black$65,279$63,981-$1, $56,975$49,000-$7, NH Asian$101,248$109,467$8,2198.1$80,905$84,500$3, NH Other$70,691$72,844$2,1533.0$56,975$54,000-$2, Total$97,425$90,882-$6, $76,473$71,000-$5, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: American Community Survey, 2000 and 2010, U.S. Census Bureau. Steven Ruggles, J. Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek, Ronald Goeken, Matthew B. Schroeder, and Matthew Sobek. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series: Version 5.0 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

61 Mean and Median Household Income, And Change in Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for Male Householders Ages 50-55, United States 2000 and 2010 Mean Household Income (constant 2010 $) Mean Household Income Change Median Household Income (constant 2010 $) Median Household Income Change Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent NumericPercent NH White$107,725$98,107-$9, $84,994$77,000-$7, Hispanic (All Races)$71,812$68,540-$3, $56,975$54,100-$2, NH Black$69,071$61,274-$7, $59,507$46,400-$13, NH Asian$113,708$105,254-$8, $88,628$81,100-$7, NH Other$75,647$72,571-$3, $60,773$55,000-$5, Total$101,936$91,695-$10, $80,550$71,000-$9, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: American Community Survey, 2000 and 2010, U.S. Census Bureau. Steven Ruggles, J. Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek, Ronald Goeken, Matthew B. Schroeder, and Matthew Sobek. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series: Version 5.0 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

62 Mean and Median Household Income, And Change in Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for Male Householders Ages 55-59, United States 2000 and 2010 Mean Household Income (constant 2010 $) Mean Household Income Change Median Household Income (constant 2010 $) Median Household Income Change Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent NumericPercent NH White$99,064$95,483-$3, $77,613$75,000-$2, Hispanic (All Races)$71,032$67,622-$3, $48,872$53,000$4, NH Black$65,763$59,338-$6, $57,608$44,400-$13, NH Asian$111,870$104,659-$7, $90,780$82,000-$8, NH Other$85,619$68,589-$17, $67,104$52,000-$15, Total$95,063$89,878-$5, $74,865$69,700-$5, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: American Community Survey, 2000 and 2010, U.S. Census Bureau. Steven Ruggles, J. Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek, Ronald Goeken, Matthew B. Schroeder, and Matthew Sobek. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series: Version 5.0 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

63 Mean and Median Household Income, And Change in Household Income by Race/Ethnicity for Male Householders Ages 60-64, United States 2000 and 2010 Mean Household Income (constant 2010 $) Mean Household Income Change Median Household Income (constant 2010 $) Median Household Income Change Race/Ethnicity* NumericPercent NumericPercent NH White$86,636$88,448$1,8132.1$64,192$67,000$2, Hispanic (All Races)$68,315$65,371-$2, $50,391$49,000-$1, NH Black$55,601$57,725$2,1243.8$43,048$42,600-$448 NH Asian$111,940$101,447-$10, $89,894$77,000-$12, NH Other$64,306$67,142$2,8374.4$48,720$49,200$ Total$83,425$84,491$1,0661.3$62,673$63,700$1, *Hispanic includes persons of all races. All other race/ethnicity categories shown here are Non-Hispanic. Non-Hispanic Other includes persons identifying themselves as Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic Some Other Race, or Non-Hispanic and a combination of two or more races. Source: American Community Survey, 2000 and 2010, U.S. Census Bureau. Steven Ruggles, J. Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek, Ronald Goeken, Matthew B. Schroeder, and Matthew Sobek. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series: Version 5.0 [Machine-readable database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Prepared by the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

64 Projections of the U.S. Population by Race and Hispanic Origin: 2000 to 2050 Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

65 Numeric Change in the Projected U.S. Population by Race and Hispanic Origin: 2000 to 2050 (in millions) Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

66 Projected Change in the U.S. Population by Race and Hispanic Origin: 2000 to 2050

67 Projected Age Distribution of the U.S. Population: 2000 to 2050 Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

68 Percent Race and Hispanic Origin Distribution of the U.S. Population by Selected Age Groups: 2000 Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

69 Projected Percent Race and Hispanic Origin Distribution of the U.S. Population by Selected Age Groups: 2050 Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

70 U.S. ANGLERS

71 United States Fishing Participation Rates by Age and Sex, 2011 Source: Derived from 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation (preliminary pre- publication data). Individuals fished at least once during Percent

72 United States Fishing Participation Rates by Race/Ethnicity, 2011 Percent Source: Derived from 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation (preliminary pre- publication data). Individuals who fished at least once during 2011.

73 Population Age 16 Years and Older (in Millions) in the United States by Race/Ethnicity in 2011 and Projected to 2050 and Numeric and Percent Change, Source: U.S. Census, Projections of the Population, 2008 and Population Estimates, Year/ Time Period NH White NH Black Hispanic NH Asian & Other Total ,97829,29436,41917,543246, ,03233,46845,61019,842264, ,64737,35960,13925,094290, ,08541,18976,72630,584317, ,93544,68495,54036,523343,682 Numeric Change ,0544,1749,1912,29918, ,6153,89114,5295,25225, ,4383,83016,5875,49027, ,1503,49518,8145,93926, ,95715,39059,12118,98097,448 Percent Change

74 Recreational Fishing Participants (in Millions) in the United States by Race/Ethnicity in 2011 and Projected to 2050 Assuming Current (2011) Participation Rates and Numeric and Percent Change, Year NH White NH Black Hispanic NH Asian & Other Total ,7222,2571,6751,45833, ,8812,6932,0781,61334, ,8412,9822,6702,01535, ,8223,3713,3332,42036, ,4823,7174,0872,86838,154 Numeric Change , , , , ,4602,4121,4105,042 Percent Change Source: Derived from U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008 and 2011 Population Estimates; and 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation (preliminary pre-publication data) Individuals age 16 years and older who fished at least once in a given year.

75 Percent of the Population Age 16 Years and Older in the United States Who Fished and Projected for 2015 – 2050 Assuming Current Participation Rates by Age, Sex, and Race/Ethnicity Source: Derived from U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008 and 2011 Population Estimates; and 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation (preliminary pre-publication data) Individuals who fished at least once in a given year.

76 Number and Percent of Net Change in Projected Recreational Fishing Participants in the United States Due to Each Race/Ethnic Group and Assuming Current (2011) Participation Rates, Race/Ethnicity Number Percent NH White NH Black1, Hispanic2, NH Asian & Other1, Total5, Source: Derived from U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008 and 2011 Population Estimates; and 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation (preliminary pre-publication data) Individuals age 16 years and older who fished at least once in a given year.

77 Percent of the Total Recreational Fishing Participants in the United States by Race/Ethnicity in 2011 and Projected to 2050 Assuming Current (2011) Participation Rates Year NH White NH Black Hispanic NH Asian & Other Total Source: Derived from U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008 and 2011 Population Estimates and 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation (preliminary pre-publication data) Individuals who fished at least once in a given year.

78 Percent of the Total Recreational Fishing Participants in the United States by Race/Ethnicity in 2011 and Projected to 2050 Assuming Current (2011) Participation Rates Source: Derived from U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008 and 2011 Population Estimates; and 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation (preliminary pre-publication data) Individuals age 16 years and older who fished at least once in a given year.

79 Fishing Participants (in millions) by the Population 16 Years and Older in the United States in 2011 and Projected Under Alternative Assumptions for Source: Derived from U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008 and 2011 Population Estimates; and 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation (preliminary pre-publication data) Individuals who fished at least once in a given year.

80 U.S. BOAT OWNERS

81 Adult Recreational Boat Ownership Rates in the United States by Sex and Age, 2010 Source: Derived from 2010 U.S. Census; and 2010 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract Adults who owned at least one recreational boat.

82 Adult Recreational Boat Ownership Rates in the United States by Race/Ethnicity, 2010 Source: Derived from 2010 U.S. Census; and 2010 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract Adults who owned at least one recreational boat.

83 Adult Population (in Millions) in the United States by Race/Ethnicity in 2010 and Projected to 2050 and Numeric and Percent Change, Source: U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008 and 2010 U.S. Census Year/ Time Period NH White NH Black Hispanic NH Asian & Other Total ,10127,32433,34716,793234, ,70532,83544,41318,754259, ,46336,67258,66323,913285, ,78940,48074,91729,455311, ,73243,95393,36035,393337,438 Numeric Change ,6045,51111,0661,96125, ,7583,83714,2505,15926, ,80816,2545,54225, ,0573,47318,4435,93825, ,63116,62960,01318,600102,874 Percent Change Adults who participated in recreational boating at least once during a given year.

84 Adult Recreational Boat Owners (in millions) in the United States by Race/Ethnicity in 2010 and Projected to 2050 Assuming Current (2010) Ownership Rates and Numeric and Percent Change, Source: Derived from U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008; 2010 U.S. Census; and 2010 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract Adults who owned at least one recreational boat. Year NH White NH Black Hispanic NH Asian & Other Total ,9621,2841,4781,41232, ,8951,5732,1611,67634, ,6061,7822,9942,20335, ,7462,0123,8822,76437, ,4262,2224,9063,35038,904 Numeric Change , , , , , ,4281,9386,769 Percent Change

85 Percent of Total Adult Recreational Boat Owners in the United States by Race/Ethnicity in 2010 and Projected to 2050 Assuming Current (2010) Ownership Rates by Age and Race/Ethnicity, Source: Derived from U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008; 2010 U.S. Census; and 2010 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract Adults who owned at least one recreational boat. Year NH White NH Black Hispanic NH Asian & Other Total

86 Percent of Total Adult Recreational Boat Owners in the United States by Race/Ethnicity in 2010 and Projected to 2050 Assuming Current (2010) Ownership Rates Source: Derived from U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008; 2010 U.S. Census; and 2010 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract

87 Number (in millions) and Percent of Net Change in Projected Adult Recreational Boat Owners in the United States Due to Each Race/Ethnic Group and Assuming Current (2010) Ownership Rates, Source: Derived from U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008; 2010 U.S. Census; and 2010 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract Adults who owned at least one recreational boat. Race/Ethnicity Number Percent NH White NH Black Hispanic3, NH Asian & Other1, Total6,

88 Adult Recreational Boat Ownership in the United States (in millions) in 2010 and Projected Under Alternative Assumptions for Source: Derived from U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008; 2010 U.S. Census; and 2010 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract Adults who owned at least one recreational boat.

89 Population in Texas by Race/Ethnicity in 2000 and Projections of the Population in Texas by Race/Ethnicity from 2010 to 2040

90 Percent of Population in Texas by Race/Ethnicity in 2000 and Projections of the Population in Texas by Race/Ethnicity from 2010 to 2040

91 TEXAS BOAT OWNERS

92 Adult Population (in Millions) in Texas by Race/Ethnicity in 2010 and Projected to 2050 and Numeric and Percent Change, Source: U.S. Census Projections of the Population, 2008 and 2010 U.S. Census Adults who participated in recreational boating at least once during a given year. Year/Time PeriodNH White NH Black Hispanic NH Asian & Other Total 20109,022,7032,088,1465,973,296815,57417,899, ,290,2182,485,9249,220,9651,413,29922,410, ,333,3212,849,33913,472,9002,306,34627,961, ,083,7293,077,31418,628,4913,470,91334,260, ,702,2813,188,43725,084,2305,041,56842,016,516 Numeric Change ,515397,7783,247,669597,7254,510, ,103363,4154,251,935893,0475,551, ,592227,9755,155,5911,164,5676,298, ,448111,1236,455,7391,570,6557,756, ,4221,100,29119,110,9344,225,99424,116,797 Percent Change

93 Adult Recreational Boat Owners (in Millions) in Texas by Race/Ethnicity in 2010 and Projected to 2050 Assuming Current (2010) National Ownership Rates by Age and Race/ethnicity and Numeric and Percent Change, Source: Derived from 2010 U.S. Census; 2010 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract; and Hobby Center for the Study of Texas Population Projections Adults who owned at least one recreational boat. Year/ Time Period NH White NH Black Hispanic NH Asian & Other Total 20101, , , , , , , , , , ,538 Numeric Change , ,492 Percent Change

94 Percent of Total Adult Recreational Boat Owners in Texas by Race/Ethnicity in 2010 and Projected to 2050 Assuming Current (2010) National Ownership Rates, Source: Derived from Hobby Center for the Study of Texas Population Projections; 2010 U.S. Census; and 2010 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract Adults who owned at least one boat. Year NH White NH Black Hispanic NH Asian & Other Total

95 Percent of Total Adult Recreational Boat Owners in Texas by Race/Ethnicity in 2010 and Projected to 2050 Assuming Current (2010) National Participation Rates Source: Derived from Hobby Center for the Study of Texas Population Projections; 2010 U.S. Census; and 2010 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract

96 Number (in millions) and Percent of Net Change in Projected Adult Recreational Boat Owners in Texas Due to Each Race/Ethnic Group and Assuming Current (2010) National Ownership Rates, Source: Derived from Hobby Center for the Study of Texas Population Projections; 2010 U.S. Census; and 2010 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract Adults who owned at least one recreational boat. Race/Ethnicity Number Percent NH White NH Black694.6 Hispanic1, NH Asian & Other Total1,

97 Adult Recreational Boat Owners (in millions) in Texas in 2010 and Projected Under Alternative Assumptions for Source: Derived from Hobby Center for the Study of Texas Population Projections; 2010 U.S. Census; and 2010 Recreational Boating Statistical Abstract Adults who owned at least one recreational boat.

98 Average Household Income in Texas, * (in 2000 Dollars)

99 Projected Percent of Households in Poverty by Family Type in Texas, 2000 and 2040

100 Projected Percent of Labor Force by Educational Attainment in Texas, 2000 and 2040 Hob by Cent er for the Stud y of Texa s at Rice Univ ersit y

101 Average Annual Household Income in Texas and the United States by Educational Attainment of Householder in 2000*

102 Percent of Persons 25 Years of Age or Older by Level of Educational Attainment and Race/Ethnicity in 2000 and Projected to 2040* Assuming Trends in Educational Attainment Rates Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

103 Aggregate Income and Consumer Expenditures for Population 25 Years of Age or Older in Texas in 2000 and Projected Under Alternative Educational Attainment Assumptions for 2040* *Source: Texas State Data Center. Projections are shown for the 1.0 scenario $251 $621 $765 $938 $210 $528 $629 $ Base Values 2040 Assuming 2000 Attainment Differentials 2040 Assuming Trends in Differentials 2040 Assuming Anglo Trends Apply to all Groups $0 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1,000 $1,200 Billions Aggregate IncomeConsumer Expenditures Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University

104 The mark of a truly educated man is to be moved deeply by statistics. George Bernard Shaw

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