As Census closes, Oklahoma among least self-reporting states

Nearly 100% of Oklahomans were counted in the onceevery-decade Census, which saw its data-collection period that came to an end Thursday. The state’s 99.9% response rate was the same as the rest of the nation: All states were given the same mark in the Census Bureau’s final tally. But federal data shows Oklahoma needed more help, potentially putting the state and local communities at risk of…

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