List of U.S. states by income

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This is a list of U.S. states by income.

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States ranked by median household income

This is a map of median household income in the United States taken from data from this table compiled from fact2finder.census.gov.

Median Household Income by State [1] [2] [3][4] [5] [6][7]

RankState20112009200820072004-2006
1Maryland$70,004$69,272$70,545$68,080$62,372
2Alaska$67,825$68,342$70,378$67,035$64,169
3New Jersey$67,458$67,034$68,595$65,967$59,972
4Connecticut$65,753$66,953$68,460$64,333$57,639
District of Columbia$63,124$64,098$67,214$63,746$60,681
5Massachusetts$62,859$64,081$65,401$62,365$56,236
6New Hampshire$62,647$60,567$63,731$62,369$60,489
7Virginia$61,882$59,330$61,233$59,562$55,108
8Hawaii$61,821$59,290$57,936$54,317$47,221 (2005)[8] PDF
9Delaware$58,814$58,931$61,021$59,948$53,770
10California$57,287$56,860$57,989$54,610$52,214
11Minnesota$56,954$56,548$58,078$55,591$53,439
12Washington$56,835$55,616$57,288$55,082$57,363
13Wyoming$56,322$55,430$56,993$55,212$54,039
14Utah$55,869$55,117$56,633$55,109$55,179
15Colorado$55,387$54,659$56,033$53,514$48,201
16New York$55,246$54,119$55,701$53,568$52,003
17Rhode Island$53,636$53,966$56,235$54,124$49,280
18Illinois$53,234$53,341$56,361$55,062$50,819
19Vermont$52,776$52,664$53,207$51,731$47,227
20North Dakota$51,704$51,618$52,104$49,907$51,622
United States$50,502$50,221$52,029$50,740$46,242 (2005) [9] PDF
21Wisconsin$50,395$49,993$52,094$50,578$48,874
22Nebraska$50,296$49,520$50,713$48,576$47,791
23Pennsylvania$50,228$48,745$50,958$49,889$46,729
24Iowa$49,427$48,457$50,169$48,730$45,485
25Texas$49,392$48,259$50,043$47,548$43,425
26Kansas$48,964$48,044$48,980$47,292$47,489
27Nevada$48,927$47,827$45,685$43,753$43,753
28South Dakota$48,321$47,817$50,177$47,451$44,264
29Oregon$46,816$47,590$50,861$49,136$46,841
30Arizona$46,709$47,357$49,693$47,085$48,126
31Indiana$46,438$45,734$46,581$45,888$45,040
32Maine$46,033$45,424$47,966$47,448$44,806
33Georgia$46,007$45,395$47,988$46,597$45,837
34Michigan$45,981$45,255$48,591$47,950$47,064
35Ohio$45,749$45,229$46,867$45,114$44,651
36Missouri$45,247$45,043$46,032$43,424$44,624
37Florida$44,299$44,926$47,576$46,253$46,395
38Montana$44,222$44,736$47,778$47,804$44,448
39North Carolina$43,916$43,674$46,549$44,670$42,061
40Idaho$43,341$43,028$43,508$41,452$40,827
41Oklahoma$43,225$42,492$43,733$40,926$37,943
42South Carolina$42,367$42,442$44,625$43,329$40,822
43New Mexico$41,963$42,322$43,654$43,531$38,629
44Louisiana$41,734$41,725$43,614$42,367$40,676
45Tennessee$41,693$41,664$42,822$41,567$40,001
46Alabama$41,415$40,489$42,666$40,554$38,473
47Kentucky$41,141$40,072$41,538$40,267$38,466
48Arkansas$38,758$37,823$38,815$38,134$37,420
49West Virginia$38,482$37,435$37,989$37,060$37,227
50Mississippi$36,919$36,646$37,790$36,338$35,261

States ranked by per capita income

Note: Data is from the 2010 United States Census and the 2006-2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.[1][2]

RankStatePer capita
income
Median
household
income
Median
family
income
PopulationNumber of
households
Washington, D.C.$42,078$58,526$70,883601,723266,707
1Connecticut$36,775$67,740$84,1703,574,0971,371,087
2New Jersey$34,858$69,811$84,9048,791,8943,214,360
3Maryland$34,849$70,647$85,0985,773,5522,156,411
4Massachusetts$33,966$64,509$81,1656,547,6292,547,075
5Virginia$32,145$61,406$73,5148,001,0243,056,058
6New Hampshire$31,422$63,277$76,4461,316,470518,973
7New York$30,948$55,603$67,40519,378,1027,317,755
8Alaska$30,726$66,521$77,886710,231258,058
9Colorado$30,151$56,456$70,0465,029,1961,972,868
10Washington$29,733$57,244$69,3286,724,5402,620,076
11Minnesota$29,582$57,243$71,3075,303,9252,087,227
12California$29,188$60,883$69,32237,253,95612,577,498
13Delaware$29,007$57,599$69,182897,934342,297
14Hawaii$28,882$66,420$77,2451,360,301455,338
15Illinois$28,782$55,735$68,23612,830,6324,836,972
16Rhode Island$28,707$54,902$70,6631,052,567413,600
17Wyoming$27,860$53,802$65,964563,626226,879
18Nevada$27,589$55,726$64,4182,700,5511,006,250
19Vermont$27,478$51,841$64,135625,741256,442
United States$27,334$51,914$62,982308,745,538116,716,292
20Pennsylvania$27,049$50,398$63,36412,702,3795,018,904
21Wisconsin$26,624$51,598$64,8695,686,9862,279,768
22Florida$26,551$47,661$57,20418,801,3107,420,802
23Oregon$26,171$49,260$60,4023,831,0741,518,938
24Kansas$25,907$49,424$62,4242,853,1181,112,096
25North Dakota$25,803$46,781$62,920672,591281,192
26Arizona$25,680$50,448$59,8406,392,0172,380,990
27Maine$25,385$46,933$58,1851,328,361557,219
28Iowa$25,335$48,872$61,8043,046,3551,221,576
29Nebraska$25,229$49,342$61,8881,826,341721,130
30Michigan$25,135$48,432$60,3419,883,6403,872,508
31Georgia$25,134$49,347$58,7909,687,6533,585,584
32Ohio$25,113$47,358$59,68011,536,5044,603,435
33Texas$24,870$49,646$58,14225,145,5618,922,933
34North Carolina$24,745$45,570$56,1539,535,4833,745,155
35Missouri$24,724$46,262$57,6615,988,9272,375,611
36South Dakota$24,110$46,369$58,958814,180322,282
37Indiana$24,058$47,697$58,9446,483,8022,502,154
38Montana$23,836$43,872$55,725989,415409,607
39Tennessee$23,722$43,314$53,2466,346,1052,493,552
40South Carolina$23,443$43,939$54,2234,625,3641,801,181
41Utah$23,139$56,330$64,0132,763,885877,692
42Louisiana$23,094$43,445$53,7024,533,3721,728,360
43Oklahoma$23,094$42,979$53,6073,751,3511,460,450
44Alabama$22,984$42,081$52,8634,779,7361,883,791
45New Mexico$22,966$43,820$52,5652,059,179791,395
46Idaho$22,518$46,423$54,6891,567,582579,408
47Kentucky$22,515$41,576$52,0464,339,3671,719,965
48Arkansas$21,274$39,267$48,4912,915,9181,147,084
49West Virginia$21,232$38,380$48,8961,852,994763,831
50Mississippi$19,977$37,881$47,0312,967,2971,115,768
Puerto Rico$10,355$18,791$21,7643,725,7891,376,531

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