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With 3,272 people, Harper County is the 74th most populated county in the state of Oklahoma out of 77 counties. But watch out, Harper County, because Cimarron County with 2,296 people and Harmon County with 2,488 people are right behind you.
The largest Harper County racial/ethnic groups are White (72.5%) followed by Hispanic (22.4%) and Two or More (4.0%).
In 2019, the median household income of Harper County households was $46,154. Harper County households made slightly more than Blaine County households ($45,792) and Marshall County households ($45,746) . However, 10.2% of Harper County families live in poverty.
The median age for Harper County residents is 39.7 years young.
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