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2000 Census Resources

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Who are we Oklahomans? How have our numbers grown and changed during the last ten years? How are they likely to change in the future? The first Census 2000 statistics are here for counties, places, and unincorporated places (identified as "CDP" in the data). 

Check out the population and racial characteristics of your county or town (both documents are in the Adobe PDF format and can be viewed online or downloaded for later review) . 

This is the information that the Legislature will use for redistricting.


Below, we've provided links to some additional Census 2000 data (also in Adobe PDF format):

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