The Data

Interactive: Uninsured Texans by County

More than a quarter of all Texans younger than 65 were uninsured in 2010, the highest rate in the nation, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. This interactive map shows the percent of Texans in each county who lacked health insurance.

Interactive: Healthy Food Scarcity

Nearly a third of Texans are obese. Limited access to healthy food options is part of the problem, particularly in low-income communities. This map shows the percentage of food retailers that offer healthy options by census tract, as calculated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Interactive Map: Texas DPS Office Locations

If preclearance for the state’s voter ID law is granted, the state has promised to issue free “election identification certificates," forms of photo ID for use only in voting. But some argue that Texas voters could have a tough time reaching the Department of Public Safety offices to get those IDs. Take a look for yourself at our map of the all the DPS driver's license offices in Texas.

Texas Tribune Public Schools Explorer

The Schools Explorer is your go-to source for academic, enrollment and financial data on Texas’ 1,300 districts and 8,500 public schools. Track graduation rates, test scores and more. Sort campuses by accountability rating and demographics. Take a bird’s-eye view of statewide stats.