Population of Oklahoma 2021

Population

According to the official estimate from 2014, Oklahoma has a population of around 3.9 million. The population density is 21 residents per square kilometer. Most of the population is concentrated in the eastern part of the state.

Ancestry

According to official estimates from 2013, the proportion of whites in the total population is 75.4 percent.

Native American ethnic groups are far more represented at 9.0 percent than in most other states. The largest Indian groups are Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muskogee, and Seminoles.

The proportion of the Afro-American community in Oklahoma was 7.7 percent in 2013, well below the national average. In addition, Asian ethnic groups (including Vietnamese, Chinese and Koreans) live in Oklahoma.

Religion

Major religious communities in 2000: 967,233 Southern Baptist Convention, 322,794 United Methodist Church, 168,625 Catholic Church. There are many other denominations, mostly Protestant ones.

Top Counties by Population in Oklahoma

Rank County Name Population Population Density (per kmĀ²)
1 Oklahoma County 718,644 391.42
2 Tulsa County 603,414 408.82
3 Cleveland County 255,766 184.27
4 Comanche County 124,109 44.82
5 Canadian County 115,552 49.57
6 Rogers County 86,916 49.72
7 Payne County 77,361 43.53
8 Wagoner County 73,096 50.13
9 Muskogee County 71,001 33.68
10 Creek County 69,978 28.26
11 Pottawatomie County 69,453 34.03
12 Garfield County 60,591 22.11
13 Grady County 52,442 18.39
14 Washington County 50,987 47.21
15 Le Flore County 50,395 12.27
16 Carter County 47,568 22.29
17 Osage County 47,483 8.14
18 Cherokee County 46,998 24.16
19 Kay County 46,573 19.57
20 Pittsburg County 45,848 13.55
21 Stephens County 45,059 19.84
22 Bryan County 42,427 18.02
23 Sequoyah County 42,402 24.29
24 Logan County 41,859 21.69
25 Delaware County 41,498 21.62
26 Mayes County 41,270 24.29
27 Okmulgee County 40,080 22.20
28 Pontotoc County 37,503 20.11
29 McClain County 34,517 23.39
30 Lincoln County 34,284 13.80
31 McCurtain County 33,162 6.91
32 Ottawa County 31,859 26.11
33 Caddo County 29,611 8.95
34 Garvin County 27,587 13.17
35 Custer County 27,480 10.75
36 Jackson County 26,457 12.72
37 Seminole County 25,493 15.57
38 Adair County 22,694 15.21
39 Beckham County 22,130 9.47
40 Texas County 20,651 3.91
41 McIntosh County 20,263 12.62
42 Woodward County 20,092 6.25
43 Pawnee County 16,588 11.24
44 Marshall County 15,851 16.49
45 Choctaw County 15,216 7.59
46 Kingfisher County 15,045 6.43
47 Craig County 15,040 7.63
48 Atoka County 14,193 5.60
49 Hughes County 14,014 6.71
50 Murray County 13,499 12.46
51 Haskell County 12,780 8.55
52 Okfuskee County 12,202 7.54
53 Blaine County 11,954 4.97
54 Washita County 11,640 4.48
55 Pushmataha County 11,583 3.20
56 Noble County 11,572 6.10
57 Latimer County 11,165 5.97
58 Johnston County 10,968 6.56
59 Nowata County 10,547 7.21
60 Kiowa County 9,457 3.60
61 Love County 9,434 7.07
62 Woods County 8,889 2.67
63 Tillman County 8,003 3.54
64 Major County 7,538 3.04
65 Jefferson County 6,483 3.30
66 Greer County 6,250 3.78
67 Cotton County 6,204 3.76
68 Coal County 5,936 4.42
69 Alfalfa County 5,653 2.52
70 Beaver County 5,647 1.20
71 Dewey County 4,821 1.86
72 Grant County 4,538 1.75
73 Ellis County 4,162 1.31
74 Harper County 3,696 1.37
75 Roger Mills County 3,658 1.24
76 Harmon County 2,933 2.11
77 Cimarron County 2,486 0.52

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