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2021 Median Income from the American Comm. Survey (2022 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeFamily Adj. Income
1District of Columbia11000$147,082
2Massachusetts25000$122,931
3Maryland24000$119,859
4New Jersey34000$118,913
5New Hampshire33000$116,868
6Connecticut09000$115,105
7Washington53000$110,355
8Colorado08000$110,242
9Hawaii15000$108,964
10Virginia51000$108,827
11Minnesota27000$107,535
12California06000$105,182
13Rhode Island44000$105,091
14Alaska02000$102,974
15New York36000$99,853
16Utah49000$99,570
17Illinois17000$98,132
18Vermont50000$97,803
19North Dakota38000$96,667
20Nebraska31000$95,565
21Oregon41000$95,134
22Pennsylvania42000$94,502
23Delaware10000$94,105
24Wisconsin55000$92,677
25Iowa19000$91,703
26Wyoming56000$90,494
27Maine23000$89,472
28Kansas20000$89,250
29South Dakota46000$89,169
30Arizona04000$88,154
31Ohio39000$87,223
32Georgia13000$87,192
33Michigan26000$86,967
34Texas48000$86,731
35Idaho16000$86,395
36Montana30000$86,357
37Indiana18000$85,585
38Missouri29000$85,413
39Nevada32000$84,810
40North Carolina37000$83,811
41Florida12000$82,297
42Tennessee47000$80,688
43South Carolina45000$79,815
44Alabama01000$76,688
45Kentucky21000$75,667
46Oklahoma40000$75,566
47New Mexico35000$73,211
48Louisiana22000$72,410
49West Virginia54000$72,004
50Arkansas05000$71,442
51Mississippi28000$69,160

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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