Demographics

Sitting at the heart of three river valleys—the Red, the Blue, and the Washita River valleys—Durant is uniquely positioned at the southern edge of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, just inside the Dallas-Fort Worth statistical area. Like a river with many tributaries, Durant is a city bolstered by demographic advantages, including a population growth rate of 2.78%, but also nurtured by richly diverse influences and high standards for achievement. Our numbers are only the beginning of the Durant picture of excellence—the quality of the people make the difference in Durant.

 

 

Durant

Bryan County

Population

18, 673

47,995

Median Age

32.5

37.5

Ethnicity

White 67.2%
African American 2.3%
American Indian 14.3%
Two or more races 8.3%
Hispanic/Latino 8.5%

White 70.2%
African American 2%
American Indian 14.8%
Two or more races 7.8%
Hispanic/Latino 6.3%

Education (Ages 25+)

High school graduate 83.8%
Bachelor’s degree or higher 25.1%
Some college 54.6%

High school graduate 86.4%
Bachelor’s degree or higher 21.9%

Median household income
(2015-2019)

$38,603

$44,212

Per capita income (2019)

$21,635

$23,979

Owner occupied housing

47.8%

62.2%

Median home value
(owner occupied)

$123,300

$117,400


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