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2017 Median Income from the American Comm. Survey (2021 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeHousehold Adj. Income
1District of Columbia11000$91,059
2Maryland24000$89,295
3New Jersey34000$88,534
4Hawaii15000$85,966
5Massachusetts25000$85,546
6Connecticut09000$81,990
7New Hampshire33000$81,120
8Alaska02000$80,899
9California06000$79,377
10Virginia51000$79,079
11Washington53000$78,464
12Colorado08000$76,406
13Minnesota27000$75,600
14Utah49000$75,567
15New York36000$71,738
16Rhode Island44000$70,606
17Illinois17000$69,635
18Delaware10000$69,480
19North Dakota38000$68,365
20Wyoming56000$66,807
21Oregon41000$66,562
22Nebraska31000$66,294
23Wisconsin55000$65,559
24Texas48000$65,450
25Pennsylvania42000$65,438
26Iowa19000$64,747
27Nevada32000$64,120
28Vermont50000$63,578
29Arizona04000$62,548
30South Dakota46000$62,482
31Kansas20000$62,372
32Maine23000$62,212
33Georgia13000$62,108
34Michigan26000$60,700
35Indiana18000$59,895
36Ohio39000$59,718
37Missouri29000$59,228
38Montana30000$59,016
39North Carolina37000$58,315
40Florida12000$58,140
41Idaho16000$57,733
42Tennessee47000$56,754
43South Carolina45000$55,903
44Oklahoma40000$55,329
45Kentucky21000$53,477
46Alabama01000$53,198
47New Mexico35000$51,674
48Louisiana22000$51,011
49Arkansas05000$50,706
50Mississippi28000$48,120
51West Virginia54000$48,053

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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