Despite Drop In Oil Prices, Houstonians Are Unflinchingly Optimistic About Economy

Ryan Holeywell | May 1, 2017
Almost two-thirds of residents give the local job market a positive rating, even though the Houston area’s unemployment rate exceeds the U.S. average. Continue Reading

Houston Has Long Been A Car City. Today, Residents Are Seeking Something Else.

Glissette Santana | May 1, 2017
More than half of survey respondents say they’d prefer to live in a mixed-use area rather than a community dominated by single-family homes. Continue Reading

Survey Results Show Houstonians Feel Safer Than Ever Before

Ryan Holeywell | May 1, 2017
Just 18 percent of residents surveyed say they’re “very worried” that they or a family member could become a violent crime victim, marking a record low. Continue Reading

Houston Study Reveals Fault Lines of Immigration Debate

Leah Binkovitz | September 26, 2016
City-dwellers and suburbanites alike were growing more accepting of immigration, but when asked about resources, clear divisions emerged. Continue Reading