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Kilgore, Hallsville lead area population growthKilgore, Hallsville lead area population growthhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=9682015-05-21T15:10:00Z2015-05-21T00:00:00Z

KILGORE - Kilgore and Hallsville added the most residents among East Texas cities this past year, while Longview grew slightly, according to U.S. Census data.

The estimated increase of 398 residents in Kilgore — or 2.74 percent — compared with 2013 estimates was the largest percentage growth across East Texas.

Longview saw an estimated growth of 127 people — or 0.16 percent — from 2013 to 2014.

Kilgore's growth since the last formal census is about 1,973 residents, or 15.21 percent.

Hallsville is up about 9.17 percent — 328 people — since 2010.

2014 Population Changes
City 2010 Census
Population
2014 Estimate Change
Tyler 96,900 101,421 4,521
Kilgore 12,975 14,948 1,973
Marshall 23,523 24,701 1,178
Longview 80,455 81,593 1,138


*Ranked by largest estimated change

See the interactive map from Arp to Whitehouse here.

Longview News Journal
Longview
Demographics & Population
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