Compared to Dallas, Houston has slightly better quality/variety of restaurants, museums, parks, and performing arts.
Houston has a few lakes and is nearby the Gulf of Mexico and its beaches, whereas Dallas is landlocked but has many lakes.
Unlike Dallas, Houston has a port, and offers vacation cruiselines.
What are the biggest problems in Houston?
We hope our findings help policymakers by reinforcing the areas of most concern to people living in the Houston area. Flooding and violent crime are the top concerns of Harris County residents. Failing public schools, streets in poor condition, and the homeless population are also of great concern to residents. Lack of access to healthcare and traffic congestion are also major concerns.
Is Houston in decline?
Houston’s population growth slowed significantly in the last five years, and the city suffered its first population decline in decades, losing about 11,000 residents (.5%).
What percent of Houston is Mexican?
Table Population- Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone, percent(a) 0.0% Two or More Races, percent 0% Hispanic or Latino, percent(b) 45% White alone, not Hispanic or Latino, percent 21% 54 more rows.
Is Florida cheaper than Houston?
Florida’s cost of living index is significantly higher than Texas’, with housing, utilities, and groceries all costing more. However, utility costs are about equal between the two states.
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