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2018 Median Income from the American Comm. Survey (2022 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeHousehold Adj. Income
1District of Columbia11000$99,301
2Maryland24000$97,015
3New Jersey34000$95,265
4Hawaii15000$93,484
5Massachusetts25000$93,044
6Connecticut09000$88,980
7California06000$87,732
8New Hampshire33000$87,399
9Alaska02000$86,647
10Washington53000$86,329
11Virginia51000$84,586
12Colorado08000$83,858
13Utah49000$83,230
14Minnesota27000$81,949
15New York36000$79,069
16Illinois17000$75,790
17Delaware10000$75,528
18Rhode Island44000$74,986
19North Dakota38000$74,399
20Oregon41000$73,920
21Wyoming56000$71,774
22Pennsylvania42000$70,982
23Vermont50000$70,839
24Wisconsin55000$70,828
25Texas48000$70,661
26Iowa19000$69,875
27Nebraska31000$69,422
28Arizona04000$69,049
29Georgia13000$68,478
30Nevada32000$68,350
31Kansas20000$67,851
32Michigan26000$66,078
33South Dakota46000$65,585
34Ohio39000$65,395
35Indiana18000$64,970
36Maine23000$64,802
37Idaho16000$64,780
38Florida12000$64,639
39Montana30000$64,483
40Missouri29000$63,492
41North Carolina37000$62,766
42Tennessee47000$61,041
43South Carolina45000$60,961
44Oklahoma40000$60,515
45Kentucky21000$58,561
46Alabama01000$58,111
47Louisiana22000$55,831
48New Mexico35000$54,974
49Arkansas05000$54,849
50Mississippi28000$52,116
51West Virginia54000$51,393

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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