Getting better
Neutral
Getting worse
Mobility from Abroad

Source: Census - American Community Survey - B07003 Mobility by Sex

Denominator: Total population

This statistic shows the total population that has moved from abroad to their current residence in Oklahoma within the past year according to the U.S. Census estimates in tables B07003 (disaggregates by sex) and B07004 (disaggregates by race and ethnicity).

View Disaggregates:

+190.4%

Latest change

+145.1%

Total change


+7.6%

Latest change

-11.5%

Total change


+261.4%

Latest change

+205.2%

Total change


+270.9%

Latest change

+143.3%

Total change


+152.5%

Latest change

+145.7%

Total change


+26.8%

Latest change

-20.5%

Total change


+359.6%

Latest change

+1002.3%

Total change


+47.1%

Latest change

+39.2%

Total change


+333.5%

Latest change

+50%

Total change


+434.1%

Latest change

+75%

Total change


0%

Latest change

0%

Total change

Insufficient Data
Mobility from a Different County within the Same State

Source: Census - American Community Survey - B07003 Mobility by Sex

Denominator: Total population

This statistic shows the total population that has moved from one county to another within Oklahoma during the past year according to the U.S. Census estimates in tables B07003 (disaggregates by sex) and B07004 (disaggregates by race and ethnicity).

View Disaggregates:

-3.5%

Latest change

-3.9%

Total change

Mobility within the same county

Source: Census - American Community Survey - B07003 Mobility by Sex

Denominator: Total population (mobility)

This statistic shows the total population that has moved from one residence to another within the same county during the past year according to the U.S. Census estimates in tables B07003 (disaggregates by sex) and B07004 (disaggregates by race and ethnicity.

Note: We perceive that decreases in this number is desirable, as in increase might be tied to displacement vulnerability and less stability in neighborhoods. While this is not always the case, those are the general implications.

View Disaggregates:

-19.2%

Latest change

-29.4%

Total change


-19.5%

Latest change

-22.1%

Total change


+0.8%

Latest change

-53.9%

Total change


-12.8%

Latest change

-26.6%

Total change


-25.4%

Latest change

-32.2%

Total change


-18.1%

Latest change

-27.9%

Total change


-14.1%

Latest change

-1.4%

Total change


-25.5%

Latest change

-37.5%

Total change


-0.9%

Latest change

-63.5%

Total change


-27.1%

Latest change

-25.9%

Total change

Mobility from a Different State

Source: Census - American Community Survey - B07003 Mobility by Sex

Denominator: Total population

This statistic shows the total population that has moved from a different state to their current residence in Oklahoma within the past year according to the U.S. Census estimates in tables B07003 (disaggregates by sex) and B07004 (disaggregates by race and ethnicity).

View Disaggregates:

-5.5%

Latest change

+18.2%

Total change


-12.6%

Latest change

+15.4%

Total change


+1.5%

Latest change

+20.7%

Total change


0%

Latest change

+13.7%

Total change


+14.8%

Latest change

-28.5%

Total change


-45.8%

Latest change

-11.1%

Total change


+25.6%

Latest change

+73.8%

Total change


-50%

Latest change

+107.1%

Total change

Housing Burden

Source: Census - American Community Survey - B25105 Median Monthly Housing Costs

Housing burden is the percent of monthly income spent on housing. This is calculated by dividing monthly housing costs by 1/12 of the median household income. Housing costs are defined in the source link.

View Disaggregates:

+1.8%

Latest change

-11.3%

Total change


+1.8%

Latest change

-10.6%

Total change


+4.2%

Latest change

-13.4%

Total change


+2.4%

Latest change

-12.5%

Total change


-5.4%

Latest change

-12.5%

Total change


-3%

Latest change

-20.7%

Total change


+20.1%

Latest change

+4.9%

Total change


-6.4%

Latest change

-8.8%

Total change


+3.7%

Latest change

-7.1%

Total change