How Big is England
England is spread over 50,301 square miles and Texas covers 268,581 square miles. In width, Texas is 776 miles long east-to-west, and 809 miles long north-to-south.
England shares a 96-mile-long land border with Scotland that stretches from Marshall Meadows Bay on the east coast to Solway Firth on the west. England also shares a 160-mile border with Wales that extends from the Dee estuary in the north to the Severn estuary in the south. The English Channel separates England from Europe on the east-southeast side.
Texas shares a 1,951-mile-long international border with Mexico. States that share their borders with Texas include Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. Texas faces the Gulf of Mexico with a coastline of 367 miles.
86% of the UK’s population lives in England. At 54,786,300 (2016 est), England’s total population is almost twice of Texas, while Texas’s population stood at 27,862,596 (2016 est). Texas happens to be the 2nd most populous state in the US, after California.
England’s population mix (2011 census) is 85.4% white, 7.8% Asian, 3.5% Black, 2.3% mixed, 0.45% Chinese, and 0.44% Other ethnic groups.
Texas racial mix (2010 census) shows 79.69% White, 12.54% Black/African American, 4.73% Asian, 1.02% American Indian and Alaska Native, 0.14% Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islanders, and 1.88% two or more races.
The currency used in England is the Pound Sterling (GBP) while the US Dollar is the currency used in Texas. In 2015, the per capita GDP in England was £26,160 or $40,000, whereas the per capita GDP of Texas in 2016 was $53,795. For reference, the average per capita GDP for the US was $50,577.