Regional Economic Data

Select the tab from the upper-left corner of the map to select the type of data you wish to view. Then select areas on the map to browse content for a specific area.

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Texas Regional Reports

Get an overview of population, income, jobs, wages and education trends of Texas' 12 economic regions. From the list below, select a county to view an economic analysis of its region.

Go to text version of regional snapshots

You may also download the data on jobs, education and infrastructure we used in compiling the regional reports. The data is available raw or indexed.

Texas Ports of Entry

Texas' 29 ports of entry play a crucial role in our economy, facilitating nearly $650 billion in trade in 2015. Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reviewed the impact of trade on Texas from a sampling of the state's ports of entry. Below is a list of this group, representing more than 90 percent of the state's trade:

Watch a video of Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s tour of Texas ports.

Go to text version of port overviews

Texas Military Installations

Our office has also compiled information about the economic impact of Texas military installations on our state and local economies. Select the military installation from the list below to begin.

Fort Bliss

Fort Bliss has a $24.1 billion economic impact to the state.

Watch a video of the Comptroller's tour of military bases in Texas.

Go to text version of military snapshots

Additional State Research Tools

Use these lookup tools at other state agency websites to continue research of regional economic data.


If you have questions about regional economic data, please contact the Comptroller's Data Analysis and Transparency Division at 512-463-3793, or via email.