The latest National Review poll of more than 1,000 people shows the cities with the highest rates of earthquake-related deaths are clustered around the Big 10, the Midwest, and the South.
The poll shows Kansas City, Missouri, and Minneapolis have the second-highest death tolls, with a total of 15,700 people killed since 1906.
In the Midwest and South, Iowa City, Iowa, and Jackson, Mississippi, are tied for third and fourth.
The highest death toll in the country is also found in Oklahoma City, with the state’s rate of deaths at 13,846.
The Oklahoma City metropolitan area, for example, has a total population of 7.2 million, or about 2.2 percent of the nation’s total population.
The most earthquake affected area is Texas, with five cities with rates of deaths exceeding 10,000.
Texas has the highest death rate, at 9,099, followed by Oklahoma City with 9,974, Oklahoma City and Austin with 8,848 and Houston, Texas, at 7,634.
In fact, Oklahoma has the fourth-highest rate of earthquakes in the United States.
Oklahoma City’s earthquake rate is about double the rate of New Orleans, Texas.
The cities with highest death rates include Wichita Falls, Texas; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Tulsa, Okla.
Oklahoma has suffered the most severe earthquake, the most significant after-shock damage, in the nation, with 2,853 deaths.
According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Oklahoma’s rate has increased from 0.7 per 100,000 to 1.6 per 100.000 in just a few years.
The national death toll for Oklahoma is now about one-third of that of New York City, which has a death rate of 1,863.
Oklahoma’s death toll has doubled since the 1980s, according to the Oklahoma Health Department.
Oklahoma is the most densely populated state in the U.S., and the state has one of the highest levels of earthquakes.
Oklahoma also has the lowest rate of people living in earthquake-free areas.
The average age of Oklahoma’s residents is 72.9 years old, according the National Park Service.
Oklahoma city has been the epicenter of several devastating earthquakes, including one in 1999 that killed more than 50 people.
The city has seen a steady increase in the number of earthquakes, especially since the mid-1990s, when a series of earthquakes led to a series the deaths of more people.
In 2005, there were eight earthquakes, and in 2009, there was a magnitude-7.1 quake that killed five people and damaged or destroyed buildings.
The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders says Oklahoma City has experienced more than 500 earthquakes since 1976.
Oklahoma, like most states, is also prone to the effects of the cold weather.
Oklahoma winters typically are warm, and it has the fifth-lowest percentage of the U,S.
population living in the winter.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma City also have the lowest number of homes in a “floodplain” or “freeze” in the states.
This term refers to areas of low to moderate snowpack, with few or no inches of rain.
This is due to the presence of underground salt ponds, which trap the cold air trapped by the surface of the earth.
Oklahoma residents in the floodplain typically have a very low humidity level and an extremely low temperature, according The Weather Channel.
Oklahoma cities, which have experienced severe weather before, are also home to the largest number of people with disabilities in the state.
The state has some of the worst disabilities in America, including disabilities in English, mathematics, science, and social work, according Toews.
The number of students with disabilities is also high.
The University of Oklahoma is one of only three universities with a percentage of students who have special needs that is above 10 percent.
The UO also has a very high percentage of people who have limited English proficiency.
The largest percentage of disabilities are in the elderly, according TOews.
In addition to the many disabilities, Oklahoma is home to a wide range of mental health problems, including PTSD, depression, anxiety, and substance abuse, according Tresler.
People with mental health issues are more likely to commit crimes, and they are more prone to crime in general.
The population with PTSD has been shown to be more likely than the general population to commit a crime, and people with depression are more inclined to engage in criminal activity.
Treslers research also shows that mental health conditions are a major factor in the increased rates of homicides in Oklahoma.
For example, the state was one of just three states that saw an increase in homicides in 2015, with nearly one in five homicides in the city.
The overall homicide rate in Oklahoma is about 10 percent higher than the national average, and there are more than 7,500 murders per 100 people in Oklahoma, according reports from the National Center for Health Statistics and the FBI.