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HOUSEHOLD INCOME BY STATE, 2011 (1)
State Median income Rank State Median income Rank
Alabama $41,415 47 Montana $44,222 39
Alaska 67,825 2 Nebraska 50,296 23
Arizona 46,709 31 Nevada 48,927 28
Arkansas 38,758 49 New Hampshire 62,647 7
California 57,287 11 New Jersey 67,458 3
Colorado 55,387 16 New Mexico 41,963 44
Connecticut 65,753 4 New York 55,246 17
Delaware 58,814 10 North Carolina 43,916 40
D.C. 63,124 5 North Dakota 51,704 21
Florida 44,299 38 Ohio 45,749 36
Georgia 46,007 34 Oklahoma 43,225 42
Hawaii 61,821 9 Oregon 46,816 30
Idaho 43,341 41 Pennsylvania 50,228 24
Illinois 53,234 19 Rhode Island 53,636 18
Indiana 46,438 32 South Carolina 42,367 43
Iowa 49,427 25 South Dakota 48,321 29
Kansas 48,964 27 Tennessee 41,693 46
Kentucky 41,141 48 Texas 49,392 26
Louisiana 41,734 45 Utah 55,869 15
Maine 46,033 33 Vermont 52,776 20
Maryland 70,004 1 Virginia 61,882 8
Massachusetts 62,859 6 Washington 56,835 13
Michigan 45,981 35 West Virginia 38,482 50
Minnesota 56,954 12 Wisconsin 50,395 22
Mississippi 36,919 51 Wyoming 56,322 14
Missouri 45,247 37 United States $50,502  

(1) In 2011 inflation-adjusted dollars.

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau; American Community Survey.

 
HOUSEHOLD INCOME BY STATE, 2008
State Median income Rank State Median income Rank
Alabama $42,666 47 Montana $43,654 43
Alaska 68,460 4 Nebraska 49,693 29
Arizona 50,958 23 Nevada 56,361 16
Arkansas 38,815 49 New Hampshire 63,731 7
California 61,021 9 New Jersey 70,378 2
Colorado 56,993 14 New Mexico 43,508 45
Connecticut 68,595 3 New York 56,033 18
Delaware 57,989 11 North Carolina 46,549 38
D.C. 57,936 12 North Dakota 45,685 40
Florida 47,778 34 Ohio 47,988 32
Georgia 50,861 24 Oklahoma 42,822 46
Hawaii 67,214 5 Oregon 50,169 27
Idaho 47,576 35 Pennsylvania 50,713 25
Illinois 56,235 17 Rhode Island 55,701 19
Indiana 47,966 33 South Carolina 44,625 41
Iowa 48,980 30 South Dakota 46,032 39
Kansas 50,177 26 Tennessee 43,614 44
Kentucky 41,538 48 Texas 50,043 28
Louisiana 43,733 42 Utah 56,633 15
Maine 46,581 37 Vermont 52,104 21
Maryland 70,545 1 Virginia 61,233 8
Massachusetts 65,401 6 Washington 58,078 10
Michigan 48,591 31 West Virginia 37,989 50
Minnesota 57,288 13 Wisconsin 52,094 22
Mississippi 37,790 51 Wyoming 53,207 20
Missouri 46,867 36 United States $52,029  

Source: U.S. Census Bureau.

 
HOUSEHOLD INCOME BY STATE, 2009 (1)
State Median income Rank State Median income Rank
Alabama $40,489 47 Montana $42,322 44
Alaska 66,953 4 Nebraska 47,357 31
Arizona 48,745 24 Nevada 53,341 19
Arkansas 37,823 49 New Hampshire 60,567 7
California 58,931 10 New Jersey 68,342 2
Colorado 55,430 14 New Mexico 43,028 41
Connecticut 67,034 3 New York 54,659 16
Delaware 56,860 11 North Carolina 43,674 40
D.C. 59,290 9 North Dakota 47,827 28
Florida 44,736 39 Ohio 45,395 34
Georgia 47,590 30 Oklahoma 41,664 46
Hawaii 64,098 5 Oregon 48,457 25
Idaho 44,926 38 Pennsylvania 49,520 23
Illinois 53,966 18 Rhode Island 54,119 17
Indiana 45,424 33 South Carolina 42,442 43
Iowa 48,044 27 South Dakota 45,043 37
Kansas 47,817 29 Tennessee 41,725 45
Kentucky 40,072 48 Texas 48,259 26
Louisiana 42,492 42 Utah 55,117 15
Maine 45,734 32 Vermont 51,618 21
Maryland 69,272 1 Virginia 59,330 8
Massachusetts 64,081 6 Washington 56,548 12
Michigan 45,255 35 West Virginia 37,435 50
Minnesota 55,616 13 Wisconsin 49,993 22
Mississippi 36,646 51 Wyoming 52,664 20
Missouri 45,229 36 United States $50,221  

(1) In 2009 inflation-adjusted dollars.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey.

 
HOUSEHOLD INCOME BY STATE, 2010 (1)
State Median income Rank State Median income Rank
Alabama $40,474 47 Montana $42,666 41
Alaska 64,576 3 Nebraska 48,408 26
Arizona 46,789 29 Nevada 51,001 20
Arkansas 38,307 49 New Hampshire 61,042 7
California 57,708 10 New Jersey 67,681 2
Colorado 54,046 16 New Mexico 42,090 43
Connecticut 64,032 4 New York 54,148 15
D.C. 60,903 8 North Carolina 43,326 40
Delaware 55,847 11 North Dakota 48,670 24
Florida 44,409 37 Ohio 45,090 35
Georgia 46,430 31 Oklahoma 42,072 44
Hawaii 63,030 5 Oregon 46,560 30
Idaho 43,490 39 Pennsylvania 49,288 22
Illinois 52,972 18 Rhode Island 52,254 19
Indiana 44,613 36 South Carolina 42,018 45
Iowa 47,961 28 South Dakota 45,904 32
Kansas 48,257 27 Tennessee 41,461 46
Kentucky 40,062 48 Texas 48,615 25
Louisiana 42,505 42 Utah 54,744 14
Maine 45,815 33 Vermont 49,406 21
Maryland 68,854 1 Virginia 60,674 9
Massachusetts 62,072 6 Washington 55,631 12
Michigan 45,413 34 West Virginia 38,218 50
Minnesota 55,459 13 Wisconsin 49,001 23
Mississippi 36,851 51 Wyoming 53,512 17
Missouri 44,301 38 United States $50,046  

(1) In 2010 inflation-adjusted dollars.

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, American Community Survey.