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States of the United States of America by income

States of the United States of America by income
Income in the United States Household income in the United States Personal income in the United States Affluence in the United States 17. Rhode Island – $53,568 18. New York – $53,514 19. Wyoming – $51,731 United States of America – $50,740

20. Wisconsin – $50,578 21. Vermont – $49,907 22. Arizona – $49,889 Income inequality in the United States 23. Georgia – $49,136 24. Oregon – $48,730 Income by: 25. Pennsylvania – $48,576 State (localities by state) 26. Michigan – $47,950 County (highest | lowest) 27. Florida – $47,804 28. Texas – $47,548 Metropolitan area 29. Kansas – $47,451 30. Indiana – $47,448 Place 31. Iowa – $47,292 32. Nebraska – $47,085 Urban Areas 33. Ohio – $46,597 34. Idaho – $46,253 ZCTAs (Zip Codes) 35. Maine – $45,888 Class 36. Missouri – $45,114 37. North Carolina – $44,670 38. North Dakota – $43,753 39. Montana – $43,531 40. South Dakota – $43,424 41. South Carolina – $43,329 42. Tennessee – $42,367 43. Oklahoma – $41,567 Median Household Income by State: 2007 [1] 44. New Mexico – $41,452 45. Louisiana – $40,926 1. Maryland – $68,080 46. Alabama – $40,554 2. New Jersey – $67,035 47. Kentucky – $40,267 3. Connecticut – $65,967 48. Arkansas – $38,134 4. Alaska – $64,333 49. West Virginia – $37,060 5. Hawaii – $63,746 50. Mississippi – $36,338 6. New Hampshire – $62,369 Puerto Rico – $17,741 7. Massachusetts – $62,365 8. California – $59,948 9. Virginia – $59,562 Three-Year-Average Median Household In10. Washington – $55,591 come by State: 2004-2006 [2] 11. Colorado – $55,212 1. New Jersey – $64,169 12. Utah – $55,109 2. Maryland – $62,372 13. Minnesota – $55,082 3. Hawaii – $60,681 14. Nevada – $55,062 4. New Hampshire – $60,489 15. Delaware – $54,610 5. Connecticut – $59,972 District of Columbia – $54,317 6. Alaska – $57,639 7. Minnesota – $57,363 16. Illinois – $54,124

States ranked by median household income in order

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8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Massachusetts – $56,236 Utah – $55,179 Virginia – $55,108 Colorado – $54,039 California – $53,770 Washington – $53,439 Delaware – $52,214 Rhode Island – $52,003 Vermont – $51,622 Nevada – $50,819 Illinois – $49,280 Wisconsin – $48,874 New York – $48,201 Nebraska – $48,126 Pennsylvania – $47,791 Iowa – $47,489 Wyoming – $47,227 District of Columbia (2005 figure) – $47,221 [3]PDF Michigan – $47,064 Georgia – $46,841 Arizona – $46,729 Idaho – $46,395 United States of America (2005 figure) – $46,242 [4]PDF Ohio – $45,837 Oregon – $45,485 Maine – $45,040 Indiana – $44,806 Missouri – $44,651 South Dakota – $44,624 Florida – $44,448 Kansas – $44,264 Texas – $43,425 North Dakota – $42,162 North Carolina – $42,061 New Mexico – $40,827 South Carolina – $40,822 Tennessee – $40,676 Oklahoma – $40,001 Montana – $38,629 Alabama – $38,473 Kentucky – $38,466 Louisiana – $37,943 Arkansas – $37,420 West Virginia – $37,227 Mississippi – $35,261 Puerto Rico – (2005 figure) $17,184 [5]PDF

States of the United States of America by income

States ranked by personal per capita income
Based on 2005 data District of Columbia – $48,342 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. Connecticut – $43,173 New Jersey – $40,427 Massachusetts – $39,815 Maryland – $37,331 New York – $36,574 New Hampshire – $34,702 Minnesota – $34,443 Colorado – $34,283 California – $33,749 Illinois – $33,690 Virginia – $33,671 Alaska – $33,568 Washington – $33,332 Delaware – $32,810 Wyoming – $32,808 Pennsylvania – $31,998 Rhode Island – $31,916 United States of America – $31,632 Nevada – $31,266 Louisiana – $30,952 Hawaii – $30,913 Wisconsin – $30,898 Nebraska – $30,758 Vermont – $30,740 Florida – $30,446 Michigan – $30,439 Ohio – $29,944 Kansas – $29,935 Georgia – $29,442 Texas – $29,372 Oregon – $29,340 Missouri – $29,252 South Dakota – $29,234 North Dakota – $29,204 Iowa – $29,043 Maine – $28,831 Indiana – $28,783 Tennessee – $28,455 North Carolina – $28,235 Arizona – $26,838 Oklahoma – $26,656 Alabama – $26,338 Kentucky – $26,252 South Carolina – $26,132 Montana – $25,920 Idaho – $25,911 New Mexico – $25,541 Utah – $24,977

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29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

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48. West Virginia – $24,379 49. Arkansas – $24,289 50. Mississippi – $23,448

States of the United States of America by income
44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. South Dakota – $17,562 New Mexico – $17,261 Montana – $17,151 Louisiana – $16,912 Arkansas – $16,904 West Virginia – $16,477 Mississippi – $15,853 Puerto Rico – $8,185

States ranked by per capita income
Based on 2000 Census data for 1999[6] 1. Connecticut – $28,766 District of Columbia – $28,659 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. New Jersey – $27,006 Massachusetts – $25,952 Maryland – $25,614 Colorado – $24,049 Virginia – $23,975 New Hampshire – $23,844 New York – $23,389 Delaware – $23,305 Minnesota – $23,198 Illinois – $23,104 Washington – $22,973 California – $22,711 Alaska – $22,660 Michigan – $22,168 Nevada – $21,989 Rhode Island – $21,688 United States of America – $21,587 Florida – $21,557 Hawaii – $21,525 Wisconsin – $21,271 Georgia – $21,154 Ohio – $21,003 Oregon – $20,940 Pennsylvania – $20,880 Vermont – $20,625 Kansas – $20,506 Indiana – $20,397 North Carolina – $20,307 Arizona – $20,275 Missouri – $19,936 Iowa – $19,674 Texas – $19,617 Nebraska – $19,613 Maine – $19,367 Tennessee – $19,393 Wyoming – $19,134 South Carolina – $18,795 Alabama – $18,189 Utah – $18,185 Kentucky – $18,093 Idaho – $17,841 North Dakota – $17,769 Oklahoma – $17,646

States ranked by number of places with per capita incomes above national average
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. Connecticut 82.8% New Jersey 76.4% Massachusetts 73.6% Rhode Island 69.2% Maryland 53.8% New Hampshire 52.4% New York 48.4% California 40.3% Florida 37.8% Delaware 37.3% Colorado 35.0% Washington 31.0% Virginia 30.9% Hawaii 29.5% Nevada 28.4% Vermont 27.3% Michigan 26.7% Kentucky 25.3% Wisconsin 24.0% Alaska 23.8% Ohio 22.9% Illinois 22.0% North Carolina 22.0% Pennsylvania 21.6% Wyoming 21.0% Minnesota 18.1% Texas 17.4% Arizona 16.1% Oregon 15.6% Indiana 14.9% South Carolina 13.6% Maine 13.5% Utah 12.8% Tennessee 12.6% Missouri 11.9% Georgia 11.1% New Mexico 9.8% West Virginia 9.6% Alabama 9.3% Iowa 7.4%

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41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. Kansas 7.0% Louisiana 6.2% North Dakota 6.2% Idaho 5.9% Mississippi 4.9% Montana 4.7% Arkansas 4.4% South Dakota 4.0% Oklahoma 3.6% Nebraska 3.4%

States of the United States of America by income
• Highest-income counties in the United States • Personal income in the United States • Household income in the United States • List of the poorest places in the United States

References
• HUD income breakout by state low/very low/extremely low income

See also
• Highest-income places in the United States

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