Oklahoma September 25, 2015
Here Are The 10 Richest Counties In Oklahoma
We previously did an article on the poorest counties in Oklahoma so it only seemed fitting to do the richest counties, as well. You might be surprised to see some of these counties make the list. Here are the 10 richest counties in Oklahoma based off of the data from the 2010 U.S. Census Data and the 2006-2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.
1. Canadian County: Population - 115,541
Median Household Income: $60,489. Cities/Towns include: El Reno, Mustang, Yukon, and Mustang City.
2. Rogers County: Population - 86,905
Median Household Income: $57,443. Cities/Towns include: Claremore, Catoosa and part of Collinsville.
3. Wagoner County: Population - 73,085
Median Household Income: $55,487 .Cities/Towns include: Bixby, Broken Arrow and Wagoner.
4. McClain County: Population - 34,506
Median Household Income: $53,708. Cities/Towns include: Newcastle, Blanchard and Purcell.
5. Cleveland County: Population - 255,755
Median Household Income: $52,688. Cities/Towns include: Moore, Norman, and Hall Park.
6. Beaver County: Population - 5,636
Median Household Income: $49,743. Cities/Towns include: Beaver, Forgan, and Gates.
7. Woodward County: Population - 20,081
Median Household Income: $49,672. Cities/Towns include: Woodward, Fort Supply and Mutual.
8. Kingfisher County: Population - 15,034
Median Household Income: $49,104. Cities/Towns include: Piedmont, Kingfisher and Dover.
9. Roger Mills County: Population - 3,647
Median Household Income: $48,917. Cities/Towns include: Cheyenee, Grimes and Berlin.
10. Logan County: Population - 41,848
Median Household Income: $48,683. Cities/Towns include: Cedar Valley, Crescent and Guthrie.
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