Four of the six cities that added the most residents in the decade are located in Texas: Houston, San Antonio, Austin and Fort Worth. Dallas added the ninth-most residents in the U.S., with an increase of 145,014.
Texas also peppered the list of the fastest-growing large cities in the U.S. through the decade. According to the new census data, Frisco is the fastest-growing city with a population over 50,000 in the country, increasing its population to 200,490 in 2019 and growing by 71.1% over the decade.

Three Central Texas cities were also on the fastest-growing list. New Braunfels ranked third with a rate of 56.4%, Cedar Park was seventh at 44.2% and Round Rock was 13th at 33.3%.

Meanwhile, the process to gather responses for the 2020 census continues. As of May 15, two months after the first mailer went to every mailbox, 56.84% of Central Texas homes have completed the survey.