All Tyler population data above are from the US Census Bureau.
With 101,421 people, Tyler is the 37th most populated city in the state of Texas out of 1,711 cities. But watch out, Tyler, because League City with 94,403 people and San Angelo with 98,975 people are right behind you.
The largest Tyler racial/ethnic groups are White (49.8%) followed by Black (23.8%) and Hispanic (22.7%).
In 2014, the median household income of Tyler residents was $42,752. Tyler households made slightly more than Knox City households ($42,647), New Summerfield households ($42,656), and Rice households ($42,656) . However, 19.5% of Tyler residents live in poverty.
The median age for Tyler residents is 33.6 years young.
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