You can measure by education, income, or health.
But no matter how you slice it, one site says Oklahoma is a bad state for old people.
24/7 Wall Street says fewer seniors in Oklahoma have a bachelor's degrees than the national average.
Also, Oklahoma seniors have the 8th lowest average income and the 5th lowest life-expectancy.
They say once the numbers are crunched, Oklahoma is the 9th worst state to grow old in.
Putting more salt in the wound, they say Oklahoma has the 3rd highest rate of seniors who have a disability.
Mississippi, West Virginia, and Alaska were ranked as the first, second, and third worst.
The three best states for senior are New Hampshire, Vermont, and Minnesota.