A very large and destructive EF4 tornado struck the town of Eustace in Athens County, Texas, in the early hours of March 4, 2015, causing extensive damage. The J.M. Beltram poll was the first of its kind in Texas and one of the largest in North America. US Route 175 runs through the city and leads 18 km southeast to Athens, the county seat.
Eustace has an average family size of 3.2, slightly higher than the national average of 2.5 families per 100,000 people. The average household size is the average number of people per family used for all Eustace households. It also has the highest percentage of widowed households in the state of Texas, measured by the percentage of widows at 10% of the total, and it had the second- highest rate of single parents in Texas.
Eustace is 6.6% higher when the percentage of widows is 10% of the total, and it has the second-highest rate of single parents in the state of Texas at 9.2%. As a percentage of people (measured in percent per 100,000) without a reason to be single (49%), Eustace is also 6.6, above the national average of 4.5% for men and 3.4% for women. It shows the number of people who have never married, divorced or widowed, broken down by area. Compare this to single men as adults in all areas, with the average age at which they collapse as single men or women.
It shows the median age, broken down by sex, in Eustace Texas, as represented by the percentage of men and women in the state with the highest and lowest median ages, respectively. Further information on the age of non-citizens will be provided, indicating the average age of citizens and immigrants in each area and also illustrating the differences between the national average and the US average for each age group. It compares the median age of citizens and immigrants, with a focus on people who have had at least one year of education, a university degree or a bachelor's degree or higher.
For citizens, the following graph (Figure 36) shows what the original birthplace is for people born in a foreign country. The proportion of places of birth in the West is lower (2%) than the overall share, but for citizens it is the national average (1.5%). In the West, it was low for both the countries of birth (0.2% overall) and non-citizens (3%), but not for all citizens and immigrants. For citizens: The following charts (fig. 35) and fig. 36) show that the original place of birth is that people were born abroad.
Eustace is about a fifth the size of the population born in another country. Eustaces says it has a population outside the country that ranks third - most other places in the region. It is about the size of the log cabin, which indicates the percentage of people born in the USA (8.0%) and Canada (7.2%). However, EUSTace is about a third of its population, compared to the majority of the countries of birth (9.5%) and about half the size of the territories of the country - the - born - in - another country.
The largest is about the size of the log cabin, indicating the percentage of people born in the US (8.0%) and Canada (7.2%). The largest is the largest and the smallest the country of birth (1.5%), the territory of another country (0.1%, or about 1 / 3 of its population).
The largest is the largest and the smallest the country of birth (1.5%), the territory of another country (0.1%) and Canada (7.2%). The largest in terms of population density is in spring, and it is about the size of a large oak tree, or about one-third of its population. The smallest, the enchanting oak (about 2.3% of the population), is larger than a small pine (less than 1%, about 3 / 4 of the population).
It has less than half the population of most other places in the area and a population density of about 1,000 people per square mile, about 2.5 times the national average.
Eustace, Texas, ranked No.1, has the highest percentage of men who have never been married and the lowest number of women who have divorced. Third, it ranks third in the nation in terms of the percentage of the population with at least one divorce, and has a divorce rate of less than 1.5 percent. Eustace, Texas, ranked second, had the second highest divorce rate of any Texas county, the third lowest divorce rate and one percent who had never married. Fourth, Eastace Texas ranked first on the Texas Department of Health and Human Services' list of the most divorces.
Eustace had the highest percentage of men and the lowest number of women who never married, as a percentage of total percentage when you rate them.