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

If you are interested in knowing more about the Population & Steets in Saasakwa City, you have come to the right place. Here you will find a complete list of statistics about this place. These stats can be useful for local advertising. These data are reported as raw head counts, population density per square mile, and home ownership. You can also find information on the sources of these data on our About Page.

Rent burden is another indicator of the affordability of housing in a city. Rent burden is the percentage of household income spent on rental housing. Sasakwa's rent burden is lower than the average in Oklahoma, which is 28.3%. It is also lower than neighboring cities, like Wewoka and Okema. As of 2016, 41.0% of households lived in Sasakwa's housing units were rented.

Sasakwa's school burned during the school year of 1937-1938, so the town turned to the federal government for help. WPA provided the federal funds for the construction and employed unemployed men from the Sasakwa area. The new Sasakwa School met two pressing needs: housing and education. Sasakwa has a population of about 150 people.

Sasakwa's population is spread out. Thirty-seven percent of the population is under the age of eighteen, and 16.7% is 25-44 years of age or older. The median age was 35. The percentage of foreign-born residents was below state average. The number of bachelor's degree-holders is low, but surprisingly, the city has one pilot.