Mulhall, Oklahoma Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of Mulhall is 85% homeowner-occupied, and the average household size is 3.5 people. While quality of life is very subjective, some home buyers prefer to live in a walkable city, while others prefer the quiet, open spaces, and nature of the suburbs. Mulhall is a great place to buy a house, as it offers a diverse population and low crime rate.

In Mulhall, Oklahoma, the rate of crime per resident is 1 in 31, whereas it is one in 54 in the east. Comparing the rates isn't as straightforward as it sounds, but the Mulhall crime map shows a simple count of crime, much like the population map of the state. The crime rate in central Mulhall is six per year, whereas the crime rate in the city's northeast is just one per year.

According to Radaris, Mulhall has 260 residents. There are more males than females, with a 44.2% to 50.8 percent gender ratio. Mulhall is also the oldest city in Oklahoma, with a median age of 35.6. The population of Mulhall City is also the third-oldest city in the metropolitan area. Cedar Valley has the oldest median age, at 58.0 years.

The percentage of wartime veterans in Mulhall, OK is 9.23%. This is lower than the average percent of veterans in the United States and Oklahoma. Females between 15 and 19 years of age are the most likely to give birth in Mulhall. The number of people aged 45 and older also contains a tiny fraction of a percent. The percentage of Hispanics and Native Americans is slightly higher than the national average.