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Oklahoma is the 28th most populated state in the U.S. with a total population of approximately 3.9 million residents with about 1.47 million households. The average household size is 2.58 (based on 2018 census data). To refine your search for someone in Oklahoma, consider the age, gender, and demographic of your subject to ensure that you’re on the right track.
The predominant race in Oklahoma is white, making up 65.6% of the state’s population. The median age is 36.6 years with 50.5% of the total population female and 49.5% male. The most populated city in Oklahoma is Oklahoma City with 649,021 people.
Those persons under age 25 make up 34.2% of the population of Oklahoma and people over 65 make up 15.3%. Oklahoma experienced an approximately 0.19% increase in its population between 2016 and 2017, and has a workforce of about 1.67 million. The median annual household income of Oklahoma is $50,051 which grew 1.78% between 2016 and 2017. Oklahoma State University, Northeastern State University, Oklahoma City University, and the University of Tulsa all rank among the country’s best in undergraduate business programs. Northeastern State University has the largest enrollment of Native American students in the U.S. by percentage and amount.
|Top 3 Schools||City||# of Graduates||Graduation Rate||Acceptance Rate||Most Popular Degrees|
|University of Oklahoma||Norman||6,543||67%||74%||Humanities|
|Oklahoma State University||Oklahoma City||5,950||7%||100%||Humanities|
|University of Central Oklahoma||Edmond||3,236||38%||76%||Humanities|
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The median home values in Oklahoma have experienced a 3.9% increase from 2016 to a median home value of $137,400 in 2017, with the median price per square foot at $76. The median rent price is $766, which is lower than the national average. The median listing price for homes statewide is $192,000 with the median price of homes that sold is $148,800.
The city in Oklahoma with the highest median home value is Nichols Hills with a median home value of $686,300 as of 2017.
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Official Name: Oklahoma
Name Meaning: The name comes from the Choctow, Native American phrase okla humma, literally meaning red people.
Nickname: Sooner State
Statehood: November 16, 1907 (46th State)
Capital: Oklahoma City
Total Number of Counties: 77
Largest City: Oklahoma City
Largest County (by population): Oklahoma
Population (as of 2018): 3,943,079
History: Oklahoma was first part of the Arkansas Territory from 1819 until 1828. Thousands of Native Americans were transported to this area. In 1889, a major land run was open to settlers on a first-come, first-served basis. On November 16, 1907, Oklahoma became the 46th state to join the Union. The emerging oil industry in the new state caused towns to rapidly grow in population and wealth. For most of the 20th century, Tulsa became known as the “Oil Capital of the World.” Today, Tulsa and Oklahoma City are Oklahoma’s primary economic anchors. Oklahoma is ranked 20th in size of all states at 69,899 sq. miles, and is 230 miles in width and 465 miles in length.
|Notable People from Oklahoma||Notable Work/Position|
|Elizabeth Warren||An American politician serving as the senior U.S. Senator from Massachusetts since 2013.|
|Mickey Mantle||Was an American professional baseball player who played his entire MLB career (1951 to 1968) with the New York Yankees as a center fielder and first baseman. Regarded by many as the greatest switch hitter in baseball history.|
|Sam Walton||Was an American businessman and entrepreneur best known for founding Walmart, the world’s largest corporation by revenue as well as the biggest private employer, and Sam’s Club.|
|Ron Howard||An American filmmaker and actor. He is best known for playing several high-profile roles in television sitcoms in his youth, and directing a number of successful feature films.|
|Carrie Underwood||An American singer, songwriter and actress. Winner of the 4th season of American Idol in 2005. Her debut album, “Some Hearts,” became the best-selling solo female debut album in country music history.|
|Bill Goldberg||An American actor, professional wrestler, former football player, and former mixed martial artist color commentator. He is known for his time in World Championship wrestling under the ring name “Goldberg.”|
|Brad Pitt||An American actor and film producer. He has received multiple awards and nominations for his films. He has been cited as one of the most influential and powerful people in the American entertainment industry.|
- During the 1930s, parts of Oklahoma suffered the consequences of poor farming practices and extended droughts. The area became known as the “Dust Bowl.”
- Most of Oklahoma lies in an area known as “Tornado Alley,” an area that produces severe weather conditions including thunderstorms and tornadoes. Oklahoma averages 62 tornadoes per year, one of the highest rates in the world.
- Oklahoma is the third largest producer of natural gas, the fifth largest crude oil producer, and has the second highest number of active oil drilling rigs in the U.S.
- Oklahoma has the largest Native American population of any state in the U.S. It is tribal headquarters for 39 tribes.
- The Oklahoma City National Memorial honors the victims, survivors, and rescuers of the April 19, 1995, terrorist bombing in Oklahoma City.
- Oklahoma has more man-made lakes than any other U.S. state, with over one million surface areas of water.
- Spiro Mounds, Oklahoma’s only archaeological park, is a 140-acre site, considered one of the four most important prehistoric Indian sites east of the Rocky Mountains.
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