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Smith County, Texas

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Population:

  • Total Population: 174,706
  • Males: 83,732
  • Females: 90,974

Ethnicity:

  • White: 118,784
  • Black/African American: 33,117
  • Hispanic: 19,395
  • Native American/Eskimo: 684
  • Asian: 1,105
  • Hawaiian / Pacific Islander: 54
  • Other: 69
  • 2 or more: 1,498

Top 5 Languages spoken at home:

  1. English only (142,745)
  2. Spanish (17,185)
  3. French (430)
  4. German (390)
  5. Tagalog (255)

Top 7 Countries of Origin for Immigrants

Total Reported: 11,603

  1. Mexico (9,104)
  2. Philippines (260)
  3. Germany (225)
  4. United Kingdom (175)
  5. Canada (173)
  6. El Salvador (172)
  7. Vietnam (134)

Top 5 Religions by Adherents:

  1. Southern Baptist Convention (56,627)
  2. Catholic Church (16,199)
  3. United Methodist Church, The (12,496)
  4. Churches of Christ (5,461)
  5. Assemblies of God (3,106)

Migrant Health Clinics

    Disabilities:

    • Total Reported: 62,056
    • Sensory: 7,054
    • Physical: 14,426
    • Mental: 8,015
    • Self-care: 4,825
    • Go outside home: 11,699
    • Employment: 15,947

    Grandparents as caregivers

    Grandparents as caregivers: 2,387

    Heating fuel:

    • Total Reported: 65,692
    • Utility gas: 27,137
    • Bottled or LP gas: 4,607
    • Electricity: 32,982
    • Fuel oil, kerosene: 41
    • Coal or Coke: 0
    • Wood: 685
    • Solar Energy: 8
    • Other fuel: 100
    • No fuel used: 132

    Vehicles available:

    • Total Reported: 118,354
    • No vehicle: 7,215
    • 1 or more vehicle: 111,139

    Education Attainment:

    • No School: 1,886
    • No High School: 6,465
    • Some High School: 13,621
    • High School: 27,578
    • Some College: 28,218
    • Associate's Degree: 8,219
    • College Degree: 17,008
    • Master's Degree: 5,292
    • Professional Degree: 1,905
    • Doctoral Degree: 828

    Household Phones:

    • Households Reporting: 65,692
    • Owners with phone: 45,130
    • Owners without phone: 647
    • Renters with phone: 18,683
    • Renters without phone: 1,232

    10 closest counties:

    1. Wood County, Texas
    2. Cherokee County, Texas
    3. Upshur County, Texas
    4. Gregg County, Texas
    5. Rusk County, Texas
    6. Van Zandt County, Texas
    7. Henderson County, Texas
    8. Anderson County, Texas
    9. Camp County, Texas
    10. Rains County, Texas

    Data Detail

    Zip Codes in county:

    75701, 75702, 75703, 75704, 75705, 75706, 75707, 75708, 75709, 75710, 75711, 75712, 75713, 75750, 75757, 75762, 75771, 75789, 75791, 75792, 75798, 75799

    Licensed Broadcast Media Outlets:

    • KAYT (88.1 FM) TYLER, TX
    • KVNE (89.5 FM) TYLER, TX
    • KGLY (91.3 FM) TYLER, TX
    • KDOK (92.1 FM) TYLER, TX
    • KKUS (104.1 FM) TYLER, TX
    • KTBB (600 AM) TYLER, TX
    • KZEY (690 AM) TYLER, TX
    • KGLD (1330 AM) TYLER, TX
    • KEES (1430 AM) TYLER, TX
    • KYZS (1490 AM) TYLER, TX
    • KZZZ (1490 AM) TYLER, TX
    • Page last updated on Mar 12, 2007
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