Taking Houstonians’ pulse on traffic, crime, immigration and more

Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research released its annual Kinder Houston Area Survey on May 1. Among the findings was this point of pride for our city: the majority of Houston residents would choose to stay in the Bayou City even if given a choice to move. The 36th annual survey also revealed that traffic continues to be the dominant concern, people are less worried about crime, and are increasingly supportive of immigration and gay rights.

To read more about Houstonians’ views on life in the Houston area, crime, jobs and education, demographics, and social issues, click here.