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Tuesday, September 24

Percentage of neighborhoods in Oklahoma where the share of unbanked households is greater than the national average, 2009

Source: FDIC via BankOn

Monday, September 23

The number of Oklahomans receiving benefits from state and local government pension plans in 2009; the average benefit was $17,998 per year.

Source: National Institute on Retirement Security

Friday, September 20

Median household income in Oklahoma in 2012, down 3.7 percent from 2007

Source: U.S. Census via Oklahoma Policy Institute

Thursday, September 19

Average per month per person SNAP or ‘food stamp’ nutrition benefit 

Source:  OKDHS 


Wednesday, September 18

The percentage of working age adults in Oklahoma who don’t have health insurance

Source:  U.S. Census via Oklahoma Policy Institute

Tuesday, September 17

Oklahoma’s rank nationally for the share of residents whose bachelor’s degrees are in education, 21.2 percent versus 16.0 percent nationally

Source: U.S. Census

Monday, September 16

Percentage growth in the purchase price of a residential home in Oklahoma since 2000, just slightly more than growth in national home prices (42.6 percent)

Source:  Federal Housing Finance Agency, 2000-2013


Friday, September 13

Amount per student cut from K-12 education in Oklahoma between 2008 and 2014

Source: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities via Oklahoma Policy Institute

Thursday, September 12

The percentage of Medicaid-enrolled kids in Oklahoma who do not receive dental care

Source:  Pew Research, 2011

Wednesday, September 11

Oklahoma’s average loan-to-value (LTV) ratio for residential mortgages (loan balance/current property value), versus 62.5 percent nationally; the higher the LTV, the riskier the loan is for the lender.

Source: CoreLogic