County Benchmarks

County Benchmarks are only available in PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to access them.

The files contain charts on Oklahoma's 77 counties. There's a chart for each county, illustrating how the county ranks in the state in relation to seven state benchmark topics.

Other information included: the population of children in each county, how the county compares with statewide statistics, and how the county is doing in relation to baseline data.

(Download the County Benchmark Key to help interpret the individual county charts.)

Adair and Alfalfa

Atoka and Beaver

Beckham and Blaine

Bryan and Caddo

Canadian and Carter

Cherokee and Choctaw

Cimarron and Cleveland

Coal and Comanche

Cotton and Craig

Creek and Custer

Delaware and Dewey

Ellis and Garfield

Garvin and Grady

Grant and Greer

Harmon and Harper

Haskell and Hughes

Jackson and Jefferson

Johnston and Kay

Kingfisher and Kiowa

Latimer and Le Flore

Lincoln and Logan

Love and McClain

McCurtain and McIntosh

Major and Marshall

Mayes and Murray

Muskogee and Noble

Nowata and Okfuskee

Oklahoma and Okmulgee

Osage and Ottawa

Pawnee and Payne

Pittsburg and Pontotoc

Pottawatomie and Pushmataha

Roger Mills and Rogers

Seminole and Sequoyah

Stevens and Texas

Tillman and Tulsa

Wagoner and Washington

Washita and Woods



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PDF Downloads
Press Release
Everyday in Oklahoma
Kids Count Leadership
Overview & Findings
Focus on Early Childhood
State Benchmarks
County Benchmarks
Understanding the Data
Data Tables

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