Texas, South Atlantic and Rocky Mountain States see major growth

The 2010 Census results have been released and the growth of the nation is found in Texas, the South Atlantic and Rocky Mountain States. Here are just a few results from the census.

  1. The eight states with no state income tax grew 18 percent in the last decade. The other states (including the District of Columbia) grew just 8 percent.
  2. The 22 states with right-to-work laws grew 15 percent in the last decade. The other states grew just 6 percent.
  3. The 16 states where collective bargaining with public employees is not required grew 15 percent in the last decade. The other states grew 7 percent.

In the period of 2000 to 2010 the most rapid growth was in the Rocky Mountain States (RMS) and Texas. The RMS tend to have low taxes, weak public employee unions and light government regulation. Texas, my state, has no state income tax, no public employee union bargaining and also light government regulation.

Texas, at one time, was mostly reliant on petroleum, agriculture, mining and ranching. We now have many fast-growing high technology centers along with many relocated major corporate headquarters. Small business is doing well and many new start-ups continue to increase even in these national financially depressed times.

Texas is attracting hundreds of thousands of both legal and illegal immigrants as it offers a wide range of high, medium and low paying jobs.

While Washington is busy passing more restrictive legislation, intent on increasing taxes, and pandering to "Interest Group Liberalism", the states that are growing and prospering offer the exact opposite.

Considering what the census has revealed about growth and prosperity, should we look to Washington for our future or to these states that are obviously doing much better for their economy and residents?

I would like to add that in Texas, our legislature operates under the biennial system meeting only in odd-numbered years and for a session of 140 days. They manage to deal with the state's legislation in 140 days out of every 730. Isn't that amazing? Just imagine how much better off we would all be if our national legislature followed Texas and only met that often unless some crisis mandated otherwise.

It is said that Maj. Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman in his 1864 march to the sea was heard to say..."If I owned both Hell and Texas, I would live in Hell and rent out Texas."

Times...they are a changin'!

Posted by Royal Flush at March 28, 2011 4:59 PM
Comments
Comment #320771

I think proximity to the Mexican border is the biggest factor the difference in growth rates.

If living in Texas was so popular, why is housing so cheap?

Posted by: Warped Reality at March 28, 2011 6:07 PM
Comment #320773

If living in Texas was so popular, why is housing so cheap?

Posted by: Warped Reality at March 28, 2011

Warped, are you suggesting that the census report is incorrect? Perhaps less expensive housing IS a reason many folks choose to move here, along with all the other reasons I have stated.

May I suggest that you post a comment after researching housing costs in various states. That would be interesting.

Posted by: Royal Flush at March 28, 2011 6:16 PM
Comment #320775

The interaction between housing costs and population movement is a regular topic on Matt Yglesias’ blog, which I regularly read. I recommend you look at a few of his recent posts while I dig up housing costs in various states.

Posted by: Warped Reality at March 28, 2011 6:45 PM
Comment #320777

Went to the link Warped. Learned nothing new.

Posted by: Royal Flush at March 28, 2011 6:56 PM
Comment #320779

Here’s the ranking of metro areas by housing costs as you requested.

Restrictions on new housing construction keeps the supply of housing in certain cities low. This is why housing in Manhattan is so high. It is also why Manhattan is not experiencing that much population growth. The same can also be said for the cores of other major cities on the coasts such as Boston, San Francisco, Washington DC, etc. The high cost of housing represents the fact that living in these areas is highly desired by many people. The fact that low tax, right to work states are also the states with lots of cheap land is just a coincidence. As I said before, the two big factors driving population growth are proximity to the Mexican border and availability of cheap land to construct new homes.

Posted by: Warped Reality at March 28, 2011 8:14 PM
Comment #320782

Warped

YOu have a point re the cost of housing, but the reason housing costs more in some places is because of the regulations involved in many places. Texas is indeed an easy place to build. Some others could also be easy, but they have more regulations re building.

Posted by: C&J at March 28, 2011 8:34 PM
Comment #320786

C&J

What you say is 100% true; regulations certainly are playing a major role. And it’s not a clear left/right issue. It’s more of an issue where people already living in desirable locales try their best to keep potential new residents from moving in. These reactionaries are also known as NIMBYs, a term I think you are familiar with. The downtown cores of New York and Boston are already at maximum density; current technology cannot allow more people to comfortably live in Manhattan. However, there is plenty of room for expansion in “inner suburbs”. If single family homes were demolished and replaced with high density apartments then the population of the region would certainly grow. However, many of these “inner suburbs” are dominated by very powerful interests. In the Boston area, I think of the Brahmin communities interwoven with the Emerald Necklace such as Brookline, Jamaica Plain, Newton and Cambridge.

A similar phenomenon occurs in the “outer suburbs”. My hometown is about 25 miles west of Boston. My town as well as our neighbors mandate that all houses have at least an acre of land accompanying them. At every town meeting since I began voting, a small number of people (including me) have sought to lift this restriction, but they are always voted down by people claiming to “preserve the rural character of the town”, which is nothing, but BS. My town lost its rural character after World War II when it was populated by White Flight out of Boston. Nowadays, it is a carpet of 1 acre subdivisions with costs exceeding $1 million. The obvious remedy is to tear down some of these subdivisions and put in medium density apartments, but alas the establishment will have none of that.

Posted by: Warped Reality at March 28, 2011 9:08 PM
Comment #320791

Warped

We own a house in Virginia, which is more liberal (in the original sense of the word) with housing laws than Mass. Yet we still have all sorts of unnatural restrictions. I was surprised when we insured our house that the company told me that we only needed less than 1/3 of the value of the house to rebuild. The land price does not take the house up to its appraised value either. The agent explained that he would like to sell me more, but that they would only pay to rebuild, no matter how much I had and that the costs would indeed be the lower number.

I thought about this and noticed that houses like mine cost about 1/2 as much farther out. But the land prices are not that much lower, necessarily. What evidently happens is that the regulations create, as you say, an artificial shortage. I benefit since it means my property values are higher than they would otherwise be, but it doesn’t make any real sense and I have to admit that I really do not understand how it works.

I do know that when I travel in Texas, nice houses are much cheaper. Chrissy’s sisters live in Arizona, where they are almost literally giving them away. I bet that million dollar house you talk about near Boston would cost less than $100,000 in Arizona.

If I could understand how all this works, I would be rich, but it is beyond me.

Posted by: C&J at March 28, 2011 11:08 PM
Comment #320793

There is plenty of housing for sale in Detroit.

Good article RF, but I expected a “coincidence” from the left. It can’t possibly be that the tax payers are fed up, can it?

Posted by: 1776 at March 28, 2011 11:40 PM
Comment #320795

Too bad most of the growth is in Demographics that like the Democrats better. ;-)

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at March 29, 2011 12:16 AM
Comment #320796


Of course it couldn’t be associated with the other census news, a large increase in Hispanic citizens.

No, it must be the taxes.

It reminds me of those big satellite dishes that came out late 70’s or so. Quite expensive, but the reception was free till they sold enough dishes.

The time to raise taxes and land prices is after the land is divided up, covered with houses, roads, and shopping malls.

It seems that if there is one thing that Texas has in abundance, it is cheap land.

Posted by: jlw at March 29, 2011 12:25 AM
Comment #320805

Too bad most of the growth is in Demographics that like the Democrats better. ;-)

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at March 29, 2011

Really? Texas has gained 4 house seats from the census and it is all related to population. Texas is still considered a red state.

Posted by: Royal Flush at March 29, 2011 12:27 PM
Comment #320809

Most of Texas’ growth is due to Hispanic migration. Some of those new Congressional seats will be minority-majority and likely held by a Democrat most of the time unless the GOP does something to repair its relationship with Americans of Hispanic descent. If the trend continues, Texas will no longer be a red state in a few decades. Look at what has happened in Colorado for an example.

Posted by: Warped Reality at March 29, 2011 3:28 PM
Comment #320812

Nice spin Warped, but meaningless. Certainly it is not true that Hispanic migration goes only to Texas. And, how would that account for the Rocky Mountain and Southern states doing so much better than the rest of the nation.

You incorrectly assume that Hispanics will vote democrat or liberal. If they loved Interest group liberalism so much, why wouldn’t they move to the states that have lots of it?

The US government, in March 2010, says there are about 12 million illegal immigrants in the country. They were counted in the census and I would find it difficult to believe that all are in Texas. However, they are not allowed to vote…are they?

As for whether Texas will remain Red or turn Blue in the next few decades only time will tell. However, right now it is a Red state and is doing much better economically than most of the rest of the nation. Why would you think voters would want to change that?

Posted by: Royal Flush at March 29, 2011 4:59 PM
Comment #320815

Royal Flush-
You’re having problems with Hispanics. Last election, you only got 38%.

Oh, but it gets better. What’s the growth in Texas?

“Earlier estimates indicated that 85 percent of the growth in Texas — and nearly that much nationally — is Hispanic, and most are young.”

In other words, Your states are getting more people, but not necessarily the people you’ve done a good job of getting to like you.

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at March 29, 2011 5:37 PM
Comment #320816

Royal Flush-
As for our state Legislature? Don’t be so quick to copy it. It’s infamously corrupt and… well, colorful.

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at March 29, 2011 5:39 PM
Comment #320817

From Mr. Daugherty’s link to the Houston & Texas News…

“Texas’ current congressional delegation includes 20 Republicans and 12 Democrats, but in January, that shifts to 23 Republicans and nine Democrats.”

Hmmm…doesn’t sound like good news for the dems and libs to me.

“Immigration status
Groves also said the numbers don’t reflect immigration status.

“We count residents, whether they are citizens or not, whether they are documented or not,” he said.

In fact, states pushed to have everyone counted, including illegal immigrants, because political representation and federal funding is based on population.

Murdock said that while some population increases can be attributed to immigration, most of the nation’s growth, including in Texas, comes from natural patterns - more births than deaths.

That accounts for about 55 percent of the growth in Texas, he said. Census Bureau estimates through 2009 indicate another 25 percent is due to people moving here from other states, with the rest from international immigration.”


Posted by: Royal Flush at March 29, 2011 6:28 PM
Comment #320819

Royal Flush-
As for our state Legislature? Don’t be so quick to copy it. It’s infamously corrupt and… well, colorful.

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at March 29, 2011

Really…infamously corrupt? Compared to what? Washington DC?

I have written before about our Republican Gov and legislature actually accumulating a multi-billion dollar “rainy day fund” that has now been partially used to balance our state budget.

Could Mr. Daugherty point to any other state, or more importantly, to Washington, that has done as well in preparing for unexpected financial downturns?

Mr. Daugherty, in his whining and irresponsible comment, would be shouting from the rooftops if any democrat state had done as well as Texas.

I welcome more boob comments from Mr. Daugherty. No facts…just political claptrap.

Posted by: Royal Flush at March 29, 2011 6:35 PM
Comment #320821

Most Dems and Libs support “Interest Group Liberalism” which means, everyone gets a slice of a shrinking pie. As the pie shrinks, the slices get smaller.

In Texas, under Republican and Conservative leadership, we have enlarged the pie so all may partake of a bigger slice.

Posted by: Royal Flush at March 29, 2011 6:56 PM
Comment #320825

Royal Flush-
Doesn’t sound like good news to you? Kind of you to change the subject from Demographic shifts that don’t favor you to Congressional District victories from 2010 that do favor you.

As for Texas’s budget, a 27 Billion dollar shortfall that got sprung on the state after Rick Perry’s successful re-election doesn’t strike me as terribly competent on his part, or the Republican led legislature. That’s worse than California’s. And no, I wasn’t talking about California’s budget successes, with its massive deficits. I’ve got better sense than to try to make a positive out of that kind of ****-up.

As for enlarging the pie? Give me a break. You’re going to be cutting ruthlessly, reducing the size of the pie rather than do any kind of tax increase. Make me a bet here: will Texas be in much better fiscal shape in a year?

You’d be a lot better off if you quit arguing by propaganda, because a lot of what Republicans in Texas are doing is covering for their own sorry asses.

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at March 29, 2011 8:29 PM
Comment #320829

Royal Flush,

You seem to think that Texas is unusually foresighted in having a rainy day reserve fund.

Well, Texas is hardly unique in that regard. Almost all states have reserve fund requirements. Almost all states have had to dip into their rainy day funds to weather the shortfalls in revenue due to the recession.

An excellent discussion of state reserve funds and a state by state listing of the status of each reserve fund can be found at this link: http://www.cbpp.org/cms/index.cfm?fa=view&id=3387

Posted by: Rich at March 29, 2011 9:13 PM
Comment #320843


So, Texas has one extra Congressman because of the illegal immigrant count?

If the pie wasn’t bigger, the illegal immigration would not have been worth it. The pie may be bigger but there are still the same number of pieces and they are still divided the same way. Three slices to be shared by wealth. 21/2 divided among the bourgeoisie, and 1/2 slice to be divided by the peasants, 20/40/40. The aristocracy, the bourgeoisie, and the peasants, just like the good old days before the revolution. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

Posted by: jlw at March 30, 2011 1:28 PM
Comment #320845

Mr. Daugherty writes; “As for Texas’s budget, a 27 Billion dollar shortfall…”

That is the highest guesstimate that he could find. Other, responsible Texas leaders use the figure of $12 to $15 billion. And, one must remember, this deficit is projected for the 2012-2013 budget. Much can change before then that will increase state revenue.

Democrat leaders in Texas of course, advocate increasing taxes of all kinds. They also have expressed a desire to install a state income tax. Fortunately, they are in the minority, by quite a bit, and can not turn Texas into an “Interest Group Liberalism” state as the nation and some other states have become.

The largest part of Texas revenue comes from our sales tax. As one might imagine, revenues from sales tax have decreased as it has in nearly every state. If, the nation’s economy is recovering, as Mr. Daugherty and the oobama administration are saying, then Texas can expect an increase in its primary revenue source.

Mr. Daugherty usually plays the Mr. Pessimistic role in his comments and that’s OK, it seems to suit him well. I will play the Mr. Optimistic role when it comes to Texas and our budget.

Posted by: Royal Flush at March 30, 2011 1:59 PM
Comment #320846

Mr. Daugherty writes; “As for enlarging the pie? Give me a break. You’re going to be cutting ruthlessly, reducing the size of the pie rather than do any kind of tax increase…”

Poor Mr. Daugherty, it appears from his comment, that for him and his dem and lib pals that increasing the pie simply means increasing government revenue by increasing taxes.

Sorry dude, the pie I am talking about is the state or national economy which produces the jobs that enlarge the pie so everyone gets a bigger slice. It is so sad that the dem/lib coalition can’t think beyond tax increase to support and increase their “Interest Group Liberalism”.

Higher taxes don’t increase the size of the economic pie, in fact, they reduce its size.

Posted by: Royal Flush at March 30, 2011 2:06 PM
Comment #320854


Yes, and the conservatives like to pretend that the increased tax burden on the middle class is because of social spending rather than their passage of the Leona Helmsley Tax Act.

Posted by: jlw at March 30, 2011 4:12 PM
Comment #320856

RF

Remember, SD has expertise in the film industry and knows how to make a pie look like a cake.

Posted by: tom humes at March 30, 2011 4:45 PM
Comment #320861

lol…THANKS TOM

Posted by: Royal Flush at March 30, 2011 6:37 PM
Comment #320898

Royal Flush-
Your budget numbers are outdated, and property tax cuts account for a full third of the shortage.

Optimistic? Pessimistic? We’re getting these numbers from the State Comptroller’s office. These are the budget numbers, whether you want to admit it or not.

If you want to be optimistic, be my guest. I like to be optimistic myself. But I prefer to curb excess optimism with critical thought. If you don’t deal with budget realities, and the economic realities surrounding them, you’ll only make things worse.

About what Republicans in government are good for these days. What’s the point of hiring people to manage America’s problems who have no interest in using their power to actually solve anything?

tom humes-
No, it’s you and RF who are trying to make something look like it’s not.

Trouble is, no matter how much frosting you smear over it it, or how much pie filling you dump on top of it, a cow turd is still a cow turd, and eating said turd with smiles on your faces isn’t going to fool anybody.

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at March 31, 2011 12:22 PM
Comment #320944

SD

If you were dying from loss of blood, would the cure be “blood letting?”

No society has ever taxed its self into prosperity.

You cut the correct taxes and it will encourage businesses to move to your area and then people. And guess what? your state’s revenue will increase because more taxes are being paid.

I live in Ca. Our rights are being taken away bit by bit and they still voted in all the Dems. They keep coming up with self destructive ideas and still they vote for the Dems.

Pat Brown(D) ruined our economy in the 60’s. I remember how scared my parents were that we were that so far in the red.

Ronald Reagan was elected and through his sound economics put us back in the black. Then what did they do? They elected Jerry Brown. Who through Dem’s beliefs (self servitude) put us back in the red again.

NOW! he has just been elected again!

Stick a fork in California, its done.

Posted by: Michael at April 1, 2011 5:48 PM
Comment #320947

Good comments Michael. It is difficult to understand how voters could return that big-spending liberal socialist to the governorship. It proves once again that liberalism is a mental disorder.

Posted by: Royal Flush at April 1, 2011 6:40 PM
Comment #320949

Michael,

What are you trying to sell? Certainly, it isn’t that Ronald Reagan cut taxes or spending during his tenure as governor of California. That is a myth.

In fact, Ronald Reagan raised taxes significantly. In his first year in office (1967) he presided over the largest tax increase in California history by a factor of four. It was an enormous sum equal to a third of state revenues at that time. It had the distinction of being the largest tax hike ever proposed by any governor in the history of the United States. He further raised taxes in 1971 and 1972. http://capitalgainsandgames.com/blog/bruce-bartlett/2154/reagans-forgotten-tax-record. An interesting feature of the Reagan tax increases was a movement away from regressive taxes toward progressive tax measures.

In terms of spending, his first California budget was an increase of 9% over the last budget of Pat Brown. During his tenure as governor, California government spending actually doubled over the previous administration.

Reagan was far more pragmatic than his ideological rhetoric. Both during his presidency and governorship, he had the unique ability to say one thing and get away with doing another. It is a shame that conservatives only remember what he said and not what he actually did.

Posted by: Rich at April 1, 2011 7:09 PM
Comment #320950

“You cut the correct taxes and it will encourage businesses to move to your area and then people. And guess what? your state’s revenue will increase because more taxes are being paid.”

Michael,

Then how do you explain the corporate tax rate increases in California during Ronald Reagan’s tenure as governor? He raised bank and corporate tax rates from 5.5% to 9%.

Posted by: Rich at April 1, 2011 7:19 PM
Comment #320951

Michael-
I believe that we need to get fiscal policy out of the Kindergarten class.

Little children always want things, never think of what it takes to get it. They also like to play, rather than do work, get stuff free, instead of having to pay for it.

Republicans are in this confused state of wanting to starve the beast and balance the budget at the same time, so they’ve decided they’re going to cut spending and taxes at the same time, effectively nullifying the desired effect.

You talk of California, I talk of this: until taxes match programs, folks don’t develop a sense of responsibility about fiscal matters until the dollar is being taken right from their wallet. Want generous programs? Fine, balance that against the price of being more generous to government to pay for it. Want lower taxes? Balance the loss of those programs you like and know you’ll need against wanting to keep more money in your wallet.

But of course, that’s concerning normal times. In normal times, creating hundreds of thousands of jobs a month, as we’re doing right now, would be a wonderful thing. But it is a measure of the pathological shortfall of our economy since the crisis that we have seen unemployment remain high despite that.

Royal Flush-
Treating it like a mental disorder is a difficult way to convince people they’re wrong. You folks are too eager to pick fights to actually do the kind of persuasion you’d need to convince people of your ideas.

Consider that since Schwarzenegger got into office, the economy in the state collapsed, the fiscal problems grew, and many cherished services have been undermined. People ask themselves, were they better off eight years ago, and the answer isn’t no.

Does it surprise you that people can reject Republicans, and not have lost their minds?

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at April 1, 2011 7:57 PM
Comment #320973

SD

“Does it surprise you that people can reject Republicans, and not have lost their minds?”

But not Democrats? Still stuck in a rut aren’t you.


Posted by: tom humes at April 2, 2011 9:50 AM
Comment #320982

stephen

you said

“Little children always want things, never think of what it takes to get it. They also like to play, rather than do work, get stuff free, instead of having to pay for it.”

you’ve just described the voters who have irresposibly re elected gov. moonbeam. people who believe that the mere fact that they are americans entitles them to things they aren’t willing to pay for themselves.

you said

“You talk of California, I talk of this: until taxes match programs, folks don’t develop a sense of responsibility about fiscal matters until the dollar is being taken right from their wallet”

you are correct. programs need to be reflect tax revenue available, and when revenue drops because of a downturn in the economy programs must be cut to reflect that reduction in revenue.

michael said

“I live in Ca. Our rights are being taken away bit by bit and they still voted in all the Dems. They keep coming up with self destructive ideas and still they vote for the Dems.”

i feel for you brother. i lived 46 years of my life in california, and finally had to leave. i really miss it. it’s a beautiful state with a lot to offer. unfortunately liberalism has brought it to its knees, and until the voters come to thier senses it will only get worse.

btw… remember the budget surplus left by wilson? didn’t take davis long to spend that, and more. good luck!

Posted by: dbs at April 2, 2011 2:41 PM
Comment #320984


Tom, it doesn’t surprise me, I have rejected Republicans all my life.

It took me years to learn to reject Democrats as well. Now I have to search the ballot for people to vote for, greens, independents, even a libertarian. Democrats often chastise those who have rejected their parties politics, saying we help the Republicans by not voting for Democrats. I say so what, give me a reason to vote for the Democrats again and I will.

When Democrats tried to praise candidate Obama as something special, I said that Obama would be swept along with the tide of corpocracy and I was right. I voted for Nader.

What would surprise me is if many of those who say they reject Republicans didn’t vote a predominately Republican ticket in 2012.

Posted by: jlw at April 2, 2011 2:56 PM
Comment #320985


I think the census bureau’s count of illegal immigrants is quite low. Whether the illegals eventually gain the right to vote is fairly irrelevant, their children born in this country is relevant.

Posted by: jlw at April 2, 2011 3:02 PM
Comment #320994
you are correct. programs need to be reflect tax revenue available, and when revenue drops because of a downturn in the economy programs must be cut to reflect that reduction in revenue.

Or maybe a surplus could be run during good times, with the excess funds being used to supplement revenue in bad times in order to ensure that programs run with level funding?

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