Demographics

For additional information see Real Estate Center Texas A&M University Midland MSA Market Research or contact Midland Development Corporation for data requests.   

Chmura Economics & Analytics 2017 Report

2017 Midland Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) Demographic Profile
  Percent Value
2017 Population - 166,718
2010 Population - 141,798
Projected 2022 Population   202,106
Population Annual Average Growth 2.8% -
Median Age - 33.5
Under 18 Years 27.5% 38,985
18 to 24 Years 10.0% 14,131
25 to 34 Years 14.3% 20,234
35 to 44 Years 11.9% 16,874
45 to 54 Years 14.4% 20,404
55 to 64 Years 10.8% 15,338
65 to 74 Years 5.7% 8,007
75 Years and Over 5.4% 7,698
Race: White 77.2% 109,369
Race: Black or African American 6.5% 9,165
Race: American Indian and Alaska Native 0.7% 1,043
Race: Asian 1.2% 1,727
Race: Some Other Race 12.0% 16,955
Race: Two or More Races 2.4% 3,355
Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 37.9% 53,686

 

2016 Population Summary – City of Midland
Population  Total %
2021 Projection 146,883  
2016 Estimate 132,950  
2010 Census 111,147  
2000 Census 95,768  
Growth 2016-2021   10%
Growth 2010-2016   19%
Growth 2000-2010   16%

 

2017 Midland MSA Economic Profile
  Percent Value
Labor Force Participation Rate and Size (civilian population 16 years and over) 69.9% 81,897
Median Household Income  - $68,470
Per Capita Income - $35,222
Poverty Level (of all people) 9.0% 13,930

 

2017 Midland MSA Educational Attainment, Age 25-64
  Percent Value
No High School Diploma 15.8% 12,790
High School Graduate 24.3% 19,646
Some College, No Degree 27.0% 21,878
Associate's Degree 7.5% 6,073
Bachelor's Degree 18.3% 14,803
Postgraduate Degree 7.1% 5,775
     
Enrolled in Grade 12 (percent of total population) 1.4% 2,163


 

2017 Midland MSA Housing Profile
  Percent Value
Total Housing Units - 58,621
Median House Value (of owner-occupied units) - $164,800
Homeowner Vacancy 1.1% 420
Rental Vacancy 5.5% 1,041
Renter-Occupied Housing Units (% of occupied units) 32.7% 17,820