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Oklahoma Demographic-Economic Characteristics & Trends

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Use tools and data resources described here to facilitate planning and analysis. See more below about using these resources. This section is updated frequently with topics relating to Oklahoma demographic-economic characteristics and trends. See more about examining state, metro and county demographic-economic characteristics and trends.

New & Updates:
  09/28/18. County detailed demographic characteristics & trends profiles
                  ... use links in Section 7. Counties to view individual counties
  09/14/18. New 2018 Vintage Metropolitan Area delineations announced by OMB
                  ... see Oklahoma metros & counties in Section 5. Metros below
  04/05/18. Most sections updated.
  03/25/18. New: How and Why Oklahoma Demographics are Changing

1. Visual pattern analysis using GIS resources ... examine Oklahoma neighborhood/market area demographic-economic patterns. Develop collaborative insights; zoom-in to areas of interest; create alternative views; add your own data.

.. View developed with CV XE GIS software.
.. install Oklahoma by neighborhood GIS project; create custom maps.

2. Digital Map Database
-- point, line and area features (shapefiles) covering the U.S.

3. Situation & Outlook
.. multi-dimensional demographic-economic characteristics and trends.
.. projections to 2060 .. single year of age x gender x race/origin

4. Oklahoma Demographic-Economic Characteristics & Patterns

Oklahoma Population & Components of Change
The population of Oklahoma changed from 3,759,529 in 2010 to 3,930,864 in 2017, a change of 171,335 (4.56%). The change reflects 369,865 births and 270,457 deaths (99,408 natural increase) with 26,599 domestic migration and 45,370 international migration (71,969 net migration).

Oklahoma State Economy
  • Economic Profile
  • Personal Income by Major Source
  • Earnings by Source & Sector
  • Employment by Sector
  • Transfer Payments
  • Farm Income & Expenditures
  • Interactive Table -- all states & counties

5. Metropolitan Areas ... goto top
-- 2018 Vintage Metropolitan Areas (9/14/18) announced by OMB
-- interactive demographic-economic data table
-- create custom metro maps
-- create Oklahoma all CBSAs ACS 2016 1 year estimates dataset
    .. about this feature
-- click link in scroll section below to view Situation & Outlook Metro Report.
Ada, OK MISA (10220)
Altus, OK MISA (11060)
Ardmore, OK MISA (11620)
Bartlesville, OK MISA (12780)
Duncan, OK MISA (20340)
Durant, OK MISA (20460)
Elk City, OK MISA (21120)
Enid, OK MISA (21420)
Guymon, OK MISA (25100)
Lawton, OK MSA (30020)
McAlester, OK MISA (32540)
Miami, OK MISA (33060)
Muskogee, OK MISA (34780)
Oklahoma City, OK MSA (36420)
Ponca City, OK MISA (38620)
Shawnee, OK MISA (43060)
Stillwater, OK MISA (44660)
Tahlequah, OK MISA (45140)
Tulsa, OK MSA (46140)
Weatherford, OK MISA (48220)
Woodward, OK MISA (49260)

6. 115th Congressional Districts
-- interactive demographic-economic data tables
-- create custom Congressional District maps
-- create Oklahoma all congressional districts ACS 2016 1 year estimates dataset -- -- about this feature

7. Counties ... goto top
-- interactive demographic-economic data tables
-- official population estimates interactive table 2010-2017
-- create Oklahoma all counties ACS 2016 5 year estimates dataset -- -- about this feature
-- click link following county name in scroll section below to view demographic profile.
Adair County (40001)
Alfalfa County (40003)
Atoka County (40005)
Beaver County (40007)
Beckham County (40009)
Blaine County (40011)
Bryan County (40013)
Caddo County (40015)
Canadian County (40017)
Carter County (40019)
Cherokee County (40021)
Choctaw County (40023)
Cimarron County (40025)
Cleveland County (40027)
Coal County (40029)
Comanche County (40031)
Cotton County (40033)
Craig County (40035)
Creek County (40037)
Custer County (40039)
Delaware County (40041)
Dewey County (40043)
Ellis County (40045)
Garfield County (40047)
Garvin County (40049)
Grady County (40051)
Grant County (40053)
Greer County (40055)
Harmon County (40057)
Harper County (40059)
Haskell County (40061)
Hughes County (40063)
Jackson County (40065)
Jefferson County (40067)
Johnston County (40069)
Kay County (40071)
Kingfisher County (40073)
Kiowa County (40075)
Latimer County (40077)
Le Flore County (40079)
Lincoln County (40081)
Logan County (40083)
Love County (40085)
McClain County (40087)
McCurtain County (40089)
McIntosh County (40091)
Major County (40093)
Marshall County (40095)
Mayes County (40097)
Murray County (40099)
Muskogee County (40101)
Noble County (40103)
Nowata County (40105)
Okfuskee County (40107)
Oklahoma County (40109)
Okmulgee County (40111)
Osage County (40113)
Ottawa County (40115)
Pawnee County (40117)
Payne County (40119)
Pittsburg County (40121)
Pontotoc County (40123)
Pottawatomie County (40125)
Pushmataha County (40127)
Roger Mills County (40129)
Rogers County (40131)
Seminole County (40133)
Sequoyah County (40135)
Stephens County (40137)
Texas County (40139)
Tillman County (40141)
Tulsa County (40143)
Wagoner County (40145)
Washington County (40147)
Washita County (40149)
Woods County (40151)
Woodward County (40153)

8. Cities/Places
-- interactive demographic-economic data tables
-- create custom city/place maps.
-- create Oklahoma all places ACS 2016 5 year estimates dataset -- -- about this feature.
-- click link following city/place name in scroll section below to view demographic-economic profile
Ada (city) (4000200)
Altus (city) (4001700)
Anadarko (city) (4002050)
Ardmore (city) (4002600)
Bartlesville (city) (4004450)
Bethany (city) (4005700)
Bixby (city) (4006400)
Blackwell (city) (4006600)
Blanchard (city) (4006700)
Broken Arrow (city) (4009050)
Catoosa (city) (4012900)
Chickasha (city) (4013950)
Choctaw (city) (4014200)
Claremore (city) (4014700)
Clinton (city) (4015400)
Collinsville (city) (4016350)
Coweta (city) (4017800)
Cushing (city) (4018850)
Del City (city) (4019900)
Duncan (city) (4021900)
Durant (city) (4022050)
Edmond (city) (4023200)
El Reno (city) (4023700)
Elk City (city) (4023500)
Enid (city) (4023950)
Glenpool (city) (4029600)
Grove (city) (4031600)
Guthrie (city) (4031700)
Guymon (city) (4031750)
Harrah (city) (4032750)
Henryetta (city) (4033750)
Holdenville (city) (4035400)
Hugo (city) (4036300)
Idabel (city) (4036750)
Jenks (city) (4037800)
Lawton (city) (4041850)
Lone Grove (city) (4043750)
McAlester (city) (4044800)
Miami (city) (4048000)
Midwest City (city) (4048350)
Moore (city) (4049200)
Muskogee (city) (4050050)
Mustang (city) (4050100)
Newcastle (city) (4051150)
Noble (city) (4052150)
Norman (city) (4052500)
Oklahoma City (city) (4055000)
Okmulgee (city) (4055150)
Owasso (city) (4056650)
Pauls Valley (city) (4057550)
Perry (city) (4058250)
Piedmont (city) (4058700)
Ponca City (city) (4059850)
Poteau (city) (4060350)
Pryor Creek (city) (4061000)
Purcell (city) (4061150)
Sallisaw (city) (4065000)
Sand Springs (city) (4065300)
Sapulpa (city) (4065400)
Seminole (city) (4066350)
Shawnee (city) (4066800)
Skiatook (town) (4067850)
Stillwater (city) (4070300)
Tahlequah (city) (4072100)
Tecumseh (city) (4072650)
The Village (city) (4073250)
Tulsa (city) (4075000)
Tuttle (city) (4075450)
Vinita (city) (4077550)
Wagoner (city) (4077850)
Warr Acres (city) (4078500)
Weatherford (city) (4079450)
Woodward (city) (4082150)
Yukon (city) (4082950)

9. Census Tracts
-- interactive demographic-economic data tables
-- annual demographic-economic estimates & projections; 2010-2021
-- census tract data analytics
-- create Oklahoma all tracts ACS 2016 5 year estimates dataset -- -- about this feature

10. ZIP Code Areas
-- interactive demographic-economic data tables
-- create all U.S. ZIP Code areas ACS 2016 5 year estimates dataset -- -- about this feature

11. K-12 Education, Schools & School Districts
-- school district interactive demographic-economic data tables
-- children's demographics by school district school district profiles
-- K-12 Public Schools interactive public schools table
-- K-12 Private Schools interactive private schools table
-- create Oklahoma all unified school districts ACS 2016 5 year estimates dataset -- -- about this feature

12. Block Groups
-- accessing & integrating block group data using API tools

13. Census Blocks
-- accessing & integrating census block data using API tools

Using these Resources
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