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1990 to 2022 Change in Median Household Income from the Current Pop. Survey (2022 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeHousehold Adj. Income
1District of Columbia1100065.8%
2Utah4900041.9%
3Montana3000039.4%
4North Dakota3800039.2%
5Oregon4100032.4%
6Colorado0800030.7%
7Tennessee4700029.2%
8Minnesota2700028.3%
9Idaho1600028.1%
10Nebraska3100027.3%
11Iowa1900024.9%
12Maryland2400024.4%
12Washington5300024.4%
14Maine2300022.2%
15South Dakota4600022.1%
16Texas4800018.1%
17Delaware1000017.1%
18Missouri2900016.9%
19Louisiana2200016.3%
20Oklahoma4000016.2%
21Indiana1800016.1%
22Massachusetts2500015.3%
23Alabama0100014.6%
24California0600014.4%
25Rhode Island4400012.7%
26Arizona0400012.2%
27Pennsylvania4200011.2%
28Wyoming5600010.8%
29North Carolina3700010.4%
30Georgia130009.8%
31Florida120009.4%
32Kansas200009.0%
33Virginia510008.5%
34Mississippi280007.6%
35New York360007.3%
36Illinois170007.1%
37Wisconsin550006.6%
38New Jersey340006.5%
39Arkansas050005.8%
39West Virginia540005.8%
41Hawaii150004.4%
42Connecticut090004.2%
43Vermont500003.7%
44Michigan260002.9%
45Alaska020002.0%
46Nevada320000.9%
47Kentucky210000.7%
48New Mexico350000.6%
49Ohio390000.5%
50South Carolina45000-4.0%
51New Hampshire33000-7.0%

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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