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opens new window data.census.gov (U.S. Census Bureau)
Population, housing, industry, economic, and geographic data.
✓ opens new window Okmulgee City, Oklahoma (American FactFinder)
✓ opens new windowOkmulgee City, Oklahoma (data.census.gov)
✓ opens new windowTulsa City (data.census.gov) - Data available for Tulsa county, South Tulsa, North Tulsa and city urban and rural.
opens new windowCDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
opens new windowFact Sheets, Example: opens new windowTraumatic Brain Injury& Concussion
✓ opens new windowAmerican Indian Adult Tobacco Survey Implementation Program
- opens new window data 2010: The Healthy People 2010 Database
✓ opens new windowAccess to Quality Health Care; American Indian or Alaska Native
- opens new windowHealth, United States, 2015: With Special Feature on Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities (CDC) PDF, 461pp.
- opens new windowHealth, United States, 2016 (National Center for Health Statistics, CDC)
-opens new windowHealth, United States, 2016: With Chart book on Long-term Trends in Health (CDC) PDF, 488 pp.
- Healthy People 2030
opens new window Data and Statistics (USA.gov)
opens new windowFederal Bureau of Prisons (BOP)
✓ opens new windowStatistics: Inmate Gender - Click Population Statistics > Scroll to Generate Inmate Population Reports and select Region (i.e., "south Central Region," then Oklahoma for "State") > click Generate Report.
See Also: opens new windowPrison Policy Initiative: Oklahoma - Provides women's and men's incarceration rates and total populations, incarceration rates by race/ethnicity, racial and ethnic disparities, and more
Article - opens new window"Who's helping the 1.9 million women released from prisons and jails each year?
opens new windowGlobal Health Risks: Mortality and Burden of Disease Attributable to Selected Major Risks, 2009 (World Health Organization) PDF, 70 pp.
opens new windowHealth & Nutrition: The 2021 Statistical Abstract (Statistical Abstract, U.S. Census Bureau)
Statistics on health expenditures and insurance coverage, medical personnel, hospitals, nursing homes and other care facilities, injuries, diseases, disability status, nutritional intake of the population, and food consumption.
- Table 142: National Health Expenditure Projections By Source Of Funds And Type Of Expenditure: 2018 To 2027
- Table 185: Health Care Sources Used Most Often—Percent Distribution Of Persons Age 18 And Over By Selected Characteristics: 2018 [By Sex, Age, Race, Education, Income, And Health Insurance Coverage]
- Table 184: Community Health Centers, Patients, And Medical Personnel: 2018 [By Sex, Race, Age, Insurance Source, And Health Occupations]
opens new windowU.S. Census Bureau (U.S. Dept. of Commerce)
- opens new windowAmerican Community Survey (U.S. Dept. of Commerce)
Detailed demographic data updated annually by the Census Bureau. View the opens new windowlist of compass handbooks for data users.
- opens new windowCensus Explorer (U.S. Census Bureau)
- opens new windowHealth (U.S. Census Bureau)
- opens new windowPeople and Households (U.S. Census Bureau) - Access to Census data on people and households by subject
- opens new windowQuickFacts, United States (U.S. Census Bureau) - Quick, easy access to facts about people, business, and geography" at the national, state, county, and city level.