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Demographic Data Report for Oklahoma by County
Education: At least high school
Ages 25+, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2015-2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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County
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People (Education: At Least High School)
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Rank within US
(of 3146 counties)
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Oklahoma 88.0 2,281,635 18 of 52
United States 88.0 194,149,815 N/A
Adair County 80.8 11,562 507
Alfalfa County 85.2 3,722 1,030
Atoka County 83.2 8,023 776
Beaver County 83.8 2,978 842
Beckham County 85.5 12,627 1,086
Blaine County 82.7 5,810 720
Bryan County 86.4 26,838 1,229
Caddo County 85.5 16,742 1,081
Canadian County 91.4 84,972 2,329
Carter County 88.0 28,381 1,522
Cherokee County 86.5 26,333 1,249
Choctaw County 82.2 8,337 664
Cimarron County 83.1 1,295 756
Cleveland County 91.8 163,346 2,414
Coal County 82.7 3,094 717
Comanche County 90.0 69,625 1,976
Cotton County 84.5 3,354 929
Craig County 86.8 8,760 1,287
Creek County 87.4 42,524 1,396
Custer County 87.7 14,877 1,442
Delaware County 84.9 26,023 988
Dewey County 93.8 3,024 2,856
Ellis County 85.8 2,415 1,131
Garfield County 87.9 35,645 1,486
Garvin County 86.3 16,097 1,215
Grady County 90.1 33,532 1,980
Grant County 90.7 2,722 2,141
Greer County 83.9 3,528 854
Harmon County 79.7 1,513 394
Harper County 81.8 2,095 610
Haskell County 84.7 7,347 968
Hughes County 82.2 7,633 663
Jackson County 85.1 13,669 1,021
Jefferson County 83.2 3,512 771
Johnston County 86.0 6,408 1,158
Kay County 86.8 25,620 1,297
Kingfisher County 88.3 8,980 1,572
Kiowa County 84.7 5,226 963
Latimer County 87.8 6,177 1,461
Le Flore County 83.5 28,223 817
Lincoln County 87.2 20,729 1,377
Logan County 90.1 27,739 2,004
Love County 82.4 5,546 683
Major County 88.6 4,605 1,653
Marshall County 79.1 8,962 335
Mayes County 86.5 24,199 1,250
McClain County 90.1 23,549 1,997
McCurtain County 82.9 18,135 740
McIntosh County 85.8 12,389 1,133
Murray County 84.2 8,164 897
Muskogee County 85.3 38,904 1,046
Noble County 90.5 6,992 2,087
Nowata County 88.9 6,389 1,732
Okfuskee County 79.5 6,586 374
Oklahoma County 87.4 449,138 1,403
Okmulgee County 86.3 22,213 1,209
Osage County 88.3 29,269 1,563
Ottawa County 85.3 17,489 1,056
Pawnee County 88.8 10,014 1,696
Payne County 92.2 40,566 2,502
Pittsburg County 87.0 27,004 1,319
Pontotoc County 89.2 22,219 1,787
Pottawatomie County 88.0 42,106 1,524
Pushmataha County 83.2 6,545 769
Roger Mills County 88.4 2,189 1,612
Rogers County 92.0 56,705 2,462
Seminole County 84.3 13,800 901
Sequoyah County 81.3 23,088 556
Stephens County 87.3 26,390 1,385
Texas County 72.3 9,141 76
Tillman County 77.5 3,889 248
Tulsa County 89.4 379,877 1,829
Wagoner County 90.6 48,552 2,121
Washington County 90.4 32,058 2,061
Washita County 90.1 6,793 1,981
Woods County 89.8 5,040 1,915
Woodward County 87.7 12,073 1,460
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 12/01/2021 4:24 am.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
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Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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