West South Central States
Four states compose the division: Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and the state that dominates the region, Texas, which contains around 80% of the population of the entire region, and is larger in area than the three others combined. The division is one of the three that together make up the broader Census Bureau Region known as the South (the other two being the South Atlantic States and the East South Central States).
The unofficial term South Central States refers to approximately the same area.
As of 2013, the West South Central States had a combined population of 37,849,785. The West South Central region covers 443,501 square miles.
|State||2013 Census||Land Area|
|2||San Antonio, Texas||1,409,019|
|5||Fort Worth, Texas||792,727|
|6||El Paso, Texas||674,433|
|7||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma||610,613|
|10||New Orleans, Louisiana||378,715|
Politics in the West South Central States
- Bold denotes election winner.
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