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« Reply #30 on: March 29, 2007, 01:13:19 am »

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« Reply #31 on: March 29, 2007, 11:25:33 am »

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Tulsa Metro is growing well for a Southern city (we are not in the friggin midwest people)

And if you are lookin for the next "boom" suburb look at Sand Springs. That place is about to explode in population and economy.


I think the next boom will be in Sapulpa or Catoosa where that world famous whale tourist attraction is.
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« Reply #32 on: December 28, 2020, 03:50:45 pm »

I couldn't find a thread discussing Oklahoma's state population numbers, so I'm putting this here.  Census released July 1 2020 state population estimates (not the official 2020 census count) in the last couple of weeks:

Oklahoma:
2020:  3,980,783  (up 0.5% from 2019;  up 5.87% from July 1, 2010)
2019:  3,960,676
2018:  3,943,488
2017:  3,933,602
2016:  3,928,143
2015:  3,910,518
2014:  3,879,187
2013:  3,853,891
2012:  3,819,320
2011:  3,788,824
2010:  3,760,014
April 2, 2010 Census:  3,751,351

Nearby states:

Arkansas:
2020:  3,030,522  (up 0.32% from 2019; up 3.71% from July 1, 2010)
2019:  3,020,985
2018:  3,012,161
2017:  3,003,855
2016:  2,991,815
2015:  2,979,732
2014:  2,968,759
2013:  2,960,459
2012:  2,952,876
2011:  2,941,038
2010:  2,921,998
April 1,2010 Census:  2,915,918

Kansas:
2020:  2,913,805  (up 0.04% from 2019; Up 1.94% from July 1, 2010)
2019:  2,912,635
2018:  2,912,748
2017:  2,910,892
2016:  2,912,977
2015:  2,910,717
2014:  2,901,861
2013:  2,894,306
2012:  2,886,024
2011:  2,869,677
2010:  2,858,266
Apr 1, 2010 Census:  2,853,118

Missouri:
2020:  6,151,548  (up 0.18% fro 2019; up 2.59% from July 1, 2010)
2019:  6,140,475
2018:  6,125,986
2017:  6,111,382
2016:  6,091,384
2015:  6,075,411
2014:  6,059,130
2013:  6,042,989
2012:  6,026,027
2011:  6,011,182
2010:  5,996,089
Apr 1, 2010 Census:  5,988,927

Texas:
2020:  29,360,759  (up 1.29% from 2019; up 16.3% from July 1,2010)
2019:  28,986,794
2018:  28,624,564
2017:  28,291,024
2016:  27,914,064
2015:  27,468,531
2014:  26,963,092
2013:  26,479,646
2012:  26,084,120
2011:  25,645,504
2010:  25,241,897
Apr 1, 2010 Census:  25,145,561

Colorado:
2020:  5,807,719 (up 0.85% from 2019; up 15.1% from July 1, 2010)
2019:  5,758,486
2018:  5,697,155
2017:  5,617,421
2016:  5,543,844
2015:  5,454,328
2014:  5,352,637
2013:  5,270,774
2012:  5,193,660
2011:  5,121,900
2010:  5,047,539
Apr 1, 2010 Census:  5,029,196

New Mexico:
2020:  2,106,319  (up 0.32% from 2019; up 2.02% from July 1, 2010)
2019:  2,099,634
2018:  2,093,754
2017:  2,092,844
2016:  2,092,555
2015:  2,090,071
2014:  2,090,236
2013:  2,092,833
2012:  2,087,715
2011:  2,080,707
2010:  2,064,614
Apr 1 2010 Census:  2,059,179
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« Reply #33 on: April 25, 2021, 11:09:03 pm »

Owasso and Broken Arrow seem to be really growing over the past 5 years. Collinsville is also set to have growth on the west end.
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