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Demographic Data Report for Oklahoma by County
Education: At least high school
Ages 25+, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2014-2018 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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(of 3141 counties)
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Oklahoma 87.8 2,260,213 18 of 52
United States 87.7 191,498,014 N/A
Dewey County 92.8 2,978 2,696
Canadian County 92.3 83,315 2,580
Rogers County 92.1 56,052 2,531
Cleveland County 92.0 161,237 2,503
Payne County 91.8 40,270 2,467
Washington County 90.7 32,229 2,223
Wagoner County 90.4 47,534 2,150
Logan County 90.2 27,227 2,085
Grant County 90.1 2,723 2,054
McClain County 89.9 23,064 2,016
Noble County 89.8 6,965 1,986
Roger Mills County 89.7 2,212 1,966
Comanche County 89.6 69,382 1,951
Washita County 89.6 6,861 1,934
Grady County 89.2 32,918 1,859
Tulsa County 89.2 375,572 1,849
Woods County 89.2 5,160 1,836
Nowata County 89.0 6,394 1,809
Pontotoc County 88.7 21,985 1,740
Pawnee County 88.3 9,928 1,662
Major County 88.3 4,633 1,653
Garfield County 88.2 35,716 1,630
Woodward County 88.1 12,165 1,613
Latimer County 87.8 6,230 1,540
Osage County 87.7 28,933 1,521
Pottawatomie County 87.6 41,550 1,504
Carter County 87.4 28,091 1,480
Stephens County 87.4 26,474 1,470
Ellis County 87.3 2,469 1,462
Oklahoma County 87.2 443,694 1,446
Beckham County 87.0 12,988 1,416
Kingfisher County 87.0 8,818 1,410
Pittsburg County 86.9 27,099 1,386
Alfalfa County 86.8 3,734 1,375
Creek County 86.8 41,872 1,366
Mayes County 86.6 24,095 1,341
Kay County 86.6 25,702 1,338
Craig County 86.6 8,803 1,333
Cimarron County 86.4 1,350 1,302
Lincoln County 86.3 20,450 1,294
Bryan County 86.0 26,285 1,254
Okmulgee County 86.0 22,205 1,249
Custer County 85.9 14,605 1,221
Cotton County 85.8 3,492 1,217
McIntosh County 85.8 12,377 1,216
Garvin County 85.7 15,945 1,185
Caddo County 85.5 16,615 1,145
Cherokee County 85.2 25,854 1,101
Muskogee County 85.1 39,032 1,081
Ottawa County 84.9 17,497 1,065
Seminole County 84.6 13,932 1,010
Beaver County 84.2 3,055 959
Love County 84.2 5,551 957
Greer County 84.2 3,589 949
Johnston County 83.9 6,259 918
Delaware County 83.9 25,456 915
Kiowa County 83.7 5,221 888
Murray County 83.5 8,055 871
Pushmataha County 83.5 6,550 862
Coal County 83.4 3,153 855
McCurtain County 83.1 18,167 813
Jefferson County 82.9 3,515 796
Jackson County 82.8 13,422 788
Atoka County 82.7 8,008 772
Le Flore County 82.5 27,797 759
Blaine County 82.5 5,815 756
Harper County 82.2 2,165 715
Haskell County 81.8 7,082 677
Hughes County 81.6 7,568 663
Choctaw County 81.4 8,285 641
Marshall County 80.8 9,077 560
Sequoyah County 80.8 22,814 553
Adair County 80.2 11,514 503
Okfuskee County 79.2 6,546 406
Tillman County 77.5 3,975 274
Harmon County 76.9 1,485 231
Texas County 73.2 9,378 102
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 04/20/2021 9:55 pm.
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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