Tulsans lag in enthusiasm on state economy
Most other Oklahomans are a bit more optimistic
The most pessimism about the Oklahoma economy comes from the Tulsa area, which this year lagged behind the rest of the state in job growth, according to a statewide survey.
The latest Oklahoma Poll found Sooners as a whole mostly upbeat about the state's economic picture, but Tulsans in general didn't share in the optimism.
The survey, conducted of 750 registered voters statewide June 23-27 by Oklahoma City-based SoonerPoll.com, found that one-fourth of Oklahomans think the state economy is very or reasonably healthy.
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