Kinder Houston Area Survey 2017

The Kinder Houston Area Survey, now in its 36th year, shows us who we are as a region – and where we’re going. No other metropolitan region in the country has been the focus of a research program of this scope. The survey’s findings reveal how Houston is a harbinger of many of the changes facing urban areas across the country.

 2017 KHAS page banner


In_Depth Logo

The Urban Edge explores the reasons behind the trends in this year's survey. 

Turns Out Houstonians Really Like Living in Houston

Despite Drop In Oil Prices, Houstonians Are Unflinchingly Optimistic About Economy

Houston Has Long Been A Car City. Today, Residents Are Seeking Something Else.

Millennials Driving Increasing Acceptance of Immigrants in Houston

Is Houston's Diversity More Than Just a Talking Point?

Survey Results Show Houstonians Feel Safer Than Ever Before

Houston Residents Increasingly Believe Post-High School Education is Unnecessary