Before the sequester cuts kicked in The White House released information for every state with estimates on how it may affect them.
When the numbers were crunched it was found that Republican states would feel the automatic cuts more heavily and Oklahoma is in that mix.
The Sooner state lands with Kansas, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, and six other states with the highest percentage of federal funds cut from their budgets..
In fact 11 of the 12 states with bad outlooks and 17 of the top 25 all voted for Mitt Romney in the November election.
Oklahoma fared better when it comes to jobs with some of the lowest projected losses.
Others weren’t so lucky.
Washington D.C., Kentucky, Connecticut, and South Carolina, and Kentucky may see job losses over two or three times worse than other states.