Report: Oklahoma among worst states due to health care, education
U.S. News & World Report has published the results of a study ranking the 50 states based on several factors, and Oklahoma didn't fare so well.
Oklahoma ranked No. 43 on the list, based in large part on poor ratings in health care and education, according to the data. The list also takes into account "a state’s economy, the opportunity and quality of life it offers people, its roads, bridges, internet and other infrastructure, its public safety and the fiscal stability of state government."
The quality of the state's health care came in at 48 out of 50, beating out only Arkansas and Mississippi.