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The number of K-12 children in Oklahoma that are responsible for taking care of themselves after school, 29% of the state’s kids
Source: After School Alliance
Unemployment rate for Oklahomans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, compared to 5.2% state unemployment overall in 2012
Source: Joint Economic Committee
Percentage of full-time, year-round Oklahoma workers with health insurance reporting ‘excellent’ or ‘very good’ health, versus just 58.0% for those without insurance
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011
Gallons of gasoline used in Oklahoma in 2010.
Source: U.S. Office of Highway Policy Information
Percentage of Oklahomans employed in services, 2006-2010.
Source: USDA Atlas of Rural and Small Town America
Percentage of students at Stilwell’s Bell Public Schools living in poverty, the highest rate in Oklahoma.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau via the Oklahoma Department of Commerce
Number of violent crimes that occurred in 2011 in Ardmore, the city with the highest violent crime rate in Oklahoma.
Source: FBI’s Uniform Crime Report via Oklahoma Watch
Percentage of farms in Oklahoma where the principal operator is at least 65 years old.
Source: USDA 2007 Census of Agriculture
The chance that an Oklahoma City child born in the bottom fifth of incomes would rise to the top fifth.
Source: Harvard and UC-Berkeley researchers via The New York Times
Average one-way commuting time in Lincoln County and Pawnee County, tied for the longest in Oklahoma.
Source: US Census Bureau via The Census Project
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