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1990 to 2015 Change in Median Household Income from the Current Pop. Survey (2015 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeHousehold Adj. Income
1North Dakota3800025.3 %
2South Dakota4600023.6 %
3Iowa1900023.0 %
4Nebraska3100021.3 %
5Montana3000021.2 %
5Utah4900021.2 %
7Minnesota2700020.5 %
8Colorado0800019.5 %
9Missouri2900019.4 %
10Tennessee4700015.5 %
10Washington5300015.5 %
12Pennsylvania4200014.8 %
13Oregon4100014.6 %
14Wyoming5600014.0 %
15Louisiana2200013.0 %
16Idaho1600012.5 %
17Texas4800010.3 %
18Mississippi280009.4 %
19West Virginia540006.7 %
20Indiana180006.5 %
20Oklahoma400006.5 %
22North Carolina370006.4 %
23Vermont500005.5 %
24Alaska020005.4 %
24California060005.4 %
26Alabama010005.1 %
27Maryland240004.4 %
28Arkansas050003.6 %
29Connecticut090003.4 %
29Delaware100003.4 %
31Massachusetts250003.2 %
32Illinois170002.4 %
33New Hampshire330002.3 %
34Maine230001.9 %
35Georgia130001.6 %
36New York360001.3 %
37Kansas200001.1 %
38Florida120000.9 %
39Michigan26000-0.2 %
40Wisconsin55000-0.5 %
41New Mexico35000-0.6 %
42Arizona04000-1.4 %
43Ohio39000-2.1 %
44New Jersey34000-2.7 %
45Virginia51000-3.3 %
46Rhode Island44000-3.9 %
47Kentucky21000-5.7 %
48Hawaii15000-8.6 %
49Nevada32000-10.4 %
50South Carolina45000-11.0 %

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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