TexIndex lets users see how Texas and its distinct, diverse regions fit into the national picture. The Texas Comptroller’s office provides this tool as part of its continued commitment to monitor and report on the health of the state’s economy.
From our under-18 population and degreed professionals, to home values and state tax burden, these data will be regularly updated and expanded. Your feedback, case studies and involvement will help expand the datasets that TexIndex provides.
So explore how Texas and its regions compare to other states, and let us know how you use these data.
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