Oklahoma’s official 2010 Census data recipients, including contacts with the House,
Senate, Governor, Lt. Governor, and State Data Center, received the 2010 Census
Redistricting Data (P.L. [Public Law] 94-171 Summary File) for the state on February
15, 2011. The data includes population and housing characteristics for many geographic
areas including counties, townships, legislative and congressional districts, 2010
census tracts, block groups, blocks, and more.
Web links to data and documentation for all available redistricting related Census
products can be found on the U.S. Census Bureau’s Redistricting Data Office’s website
The Census Bureau also provides an interactive map widget to view data by county in Oklahoma.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the 2010 Census [P.L. 94-171] Summary File
for Oklahoma consists of five detailed tables: the first shows the population by
race, including six single race groups and 57 multiple race groups (63 total race
categories); the second shows the Hispanic or Latino population as well as the non-Hispanic
or Latino population cross-tabulated by the 63 race categories. These tabulations
are repeated in the third and fourth tables for the population 18 years and over
and are for the resident population of the United States. The fifth table provides
counts of housing units and their occupancy status. These five detailed tables are
available to the public online via FTP download here.
2010 Census information for Oklahoma is also available at the U.S. Census Bureau’s
American Fact Finder
This page includes spreadsheets and maps reflecting the 2010 Census data. Additional
resources will be added as developed.