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Demographic Data Report for Oklahoma by County
Education: At least bachelors degree
Population Ages 25+
All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2015-2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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People (Education: At Least Bachelors Degree)
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Rank within US
(of 3146 counties)
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Oklahoma 25.5 661,509 45 of 52
United States 32.1 70,920,162 N/A
Nowata County 11.5 827 2,951
Adair County 11.6 1,665 2,934
Okfuskee County 11.6 964 2,931
Greer County 12.3 517 2,862
Hughes County 12.9 1,198 2,772
Choctaw County 13.4 1,357 2,703
McCurtain County 13.4 2,940 2,690
Love County 13.5 911 2,678
Cotton County 13.7 545 2,650
McIntosh County 13.9 2,004 2,618
Okmulgee County 14.1 3,628 2,586
Pushmataha County 14.3 1,123 2,553
Seminole County 14.3 2,343 2,545
Mayes County 14.3 4,006 2,544
Sequoyah County 14.4 4,089 2,534
Ottawa County 14.5 2,977 2,510
Le Flore County 14.6 4,948 2,488
Craig County 14.7 1,482 2,480
Jefferson County 14.7 621 2,473
Garvin County 14.7 2,751 2,461
Marshall County 14.8 1,683 2,446
Atoka County 15.0 1,443 2,418
Caddo County 15.4 3,011 2,357
Lincoln County 15.5 3,679 2,338
Pittsburg County 16.1 5,002 2,217
Haskell County 16.2 1,401 2,197
Roger Mills County 16.2 401 2,190
Blaine County 16.5 1,161 2,133
Pawnee County 16.6 1,876 2,114
Beckham County 16.8 2,482 2,083
Stephens County 16.9 5,103 2,071
Creek County 17.0 8,250 2,059
Latimer County 17.2 1,208 2,018
Kiowa County 17.2 1,063 2,005
Tillman County 17.3 866 1,998
Coal County 17.3 649 1,977
Murray County 17.4 1,688 1,960
Osage County 18.0 5,975 1,865
Delaware County 18.1 5,550 1,846
Pottawatomie County 18.3 8,740 1,815
Kay County 18.9 5,579 1,693
Harper County 19.3 495 1,623
Woodward County 19.4 2,675 1,601
Grady County 19.9 7,407 1,529
Beaver County 19.9 708 1,523
Major County 20.0 1,038 1,511
Johnston County 20.1 1,498 1,495
Ellis County 20.1 566 1,493
Muskogee County 20.4 9,309 1,459
Carter County 20.5 6,613 1,440
Harmon County 20.7 393 1,409
Washita County 20.8 1,569 1,399
Alfalfa County 21.8 954 1,242
Bryan County 21.9 6,791 1,238
Texas County 22.1 2,800 1,208
Comanche County 22.2 17,160 1,196
Kingfisher County 22.4 2,276 1,173
Cimarron County 22.8 355 1,129
Garfield County 22.9 9,290 1,101
Noble County 23.2 1,791 1,067
Wagoner County 23.2 12,431 1,063
Jackson County 23.3 3,747 1,045
Dewey County 24.0 775 968
Grant County 24.6 739 907
Custer County 24.8 4,207 895
Rogers County 24.9 15,317 887
McClain County 25.0 6,531 873
Cherokee County 26.3 8,006 766
Canadian County 27.4 25,471 691
Logan County 27.7 8,529 682
Pontotoc County 28.2 7,029 647
Washington County 28.5 10,099 627
Woods County 30.3 1,702 523
Tulsa County 31.8 135,181 442
Oklahoma County 32.0 164,395 435
Cleveland County 33.4 59,491 361
Payne County 37.4 16,465 236
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 01/29/2022 9:23 am.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Education: At least bachelors degree, see the dictionary.
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Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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