Special Report

States Where the Most People Live in Cities

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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35. Oklahoma
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
66.2%
> Median household income: $42,072 (8th lowest)
> Largest city: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
> Population of largest city: 600,729

Columbia, South Carolina
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34. South Carolina
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
66.3%
> Median household income: $42,018 (7th lowest)
> Largest city: Columbia, South Carolina
> Population of largest city: 131,331

Chattanooga, Tennessee
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33. Tennessee
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
66.4%
> Median household income: $41,461 (6th lowest)
> Largest city: Memphis, Tennessee
> Population of largest city: 656,715

32. Wisconsin
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
70.2%
> Median household income: $49,001 (22nd highest)
> Largest city: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
> Population of largest city: 598,078

Jefferson City, Missouri
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31. Missouri
> Pct. of population living in urban areas:
70.4%
> Median household income: $44,301 (14th lowest)
> Largest city: Kansas City, Missouri
> Population of largest city: 465,005

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