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Demographic Data Report by State
Income: Median family income
All Ages, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2017-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Data
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Rank within US
(of 52 states)
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United States 85,028 N/A
District of Columbia 127,629 1
Massachusetts 112,543 2
Maryland 111,378 3
New Jersey 110,115 4
Connecticut 106,441 5
New Hampshire 104,193 6
Hawaii 103,593 7
Colorado 99,270 8
Virginia 98,771 9
Washington 98,691 10
Minnesota 98,356 11
Alaska 96,658 12
California 95,971 13
Rhode Island 95,198 14
New York 92,731 15
North Dakota 92,066 16
Illinois 91,408 17
Utah 90,665 18
Delaware 89,545 19
Vermont 88,607 20
Pennsylvania 86,142 21
Oregon 86,066 22
Wyoming 85,901 23
Wisconsin 85,623 24
Nebraska 85,162 25
Iowa 83,979 26
Kansas 82,260 27
South Dakota 81,756 28
Maine 81,740 29
Texas 80,498 30
Michigan 80,365 31
Ohio 79,470 32
Arizona 78,845 33
Georgia 78,834 34
Nevada 78,456 35
Missouri 77,976 36
Indiana 77,860 37
Montana 77,152 38
Idaho 75,851 39
North Carolina 75,815 40
Florida 74,237 41
Tennessee 73,248 42
South Carolina 72,899 43
Oklahoma 71,155 44
Alabama 70,878 45
Kentucky 70,178 46
Louisiana 69,093 47
New Mexico 66,533 48
West Virginia 65,845 49
Arkansas 65,673 50
Mississippi 62,802 51
Puerto Rico 26,745 52
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 07/18/2024 3:32 pm.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and the American Community Survey.
For more information about Income: Median family income, see the dictionary.
Median Incomes over 250,000 have been coded to 250,001 by the Census Bureau.
Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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