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Unemployment rate in Cimarron and Blaine Counties, May 2018, the lowest in Oklahoma.
[Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City]
Percentage of all Oklahoma businesses with paid employees that are minority-owned (2016).
[U.S. Census Annual Survey of Entrepreneurs]
Percentage of Oklahoma households with a broadband internet subscription, 9th lowest in the U.S.
[U.S. Census American Community Survey]
Share of Oklahoma’s state revenue that comes from “sin taxes” on alcohol, tobacco, and gambling, 2015.
[Pew Charitable Trusts]
Difference in the average hourly wage for Oklahoma workers ($23.16) compared to the national average ($26.19), June 2018
Percentage of SoonerCare recipients who could lose health coverage under Oklahoma’s proposed job and reporting requirements who are mothers of dependent children.
[Georgetown University Health Policy Institute]
Percentage of Oklahoma prison inmates who were incarcerated in private prisons in 2016.
[The Sentencing Project]
Average annual income of child care workers in Oklahoma.
[Child Care Aware]
Change in real average hourly wages for Oklahoma workers from June 2017 to June 2018.
Percentage of Oklahomans age 15 and over who are divorced and not now remarried.
[American Community Survey]
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