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2017 to 2022 Change in Median Income from the American Comm. Survey (2022 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeHousehold Adj. Income
1Idaho1600016.7%
2Arizona0400010.4%
2Florida1200010.4%
4Delaware100009.5%
5Utah490009.3%
6Georgia130008.6%
7Colorado080008.2%
8Vermont500007.8%
9Washington530007.7%
10Rhode Island440007.3%
11North Carolina370007.1%
12New Mexico350007.0%
13California060006.8%
14Tennessee470006.5%
15South Carolina450006.2%
16Montana300006.1%
17Oregon410005.2%
18West Virginia540004.7%
19Nevada320004.5%
20Alabama010003.9%
21Maine230003.5%
22South Dakota460003.3%
23Indiana180003.2%
24District of Columbia110002.7%
24Kentucky210002.7%
24New Hampshire330002.7%
24New York360002.7%
28Kansas200002.3%
28Massachusetts250002.3%
28Texas480002.3%
31Michigan260002.2%
32Illinois170002.0%
33Ohio390001.9%
34Pennsylvania420001.6%
35Mississippi280001.4%
36Missouri290001.3%
37Arkansas050001.2%
38Alaska020000.9%
39Minnesota270000.8%
39New Jersey340000.8%
41Louisiana220000.6%
42Virginia510000.5%
43Wisconsin550000.3%
44Connecticut09000-0.1%
44Oklahoma40000-0.1%
46Hawaii15000-0.4%
47Iowa19000-0.5%
48Maryland24000-1.5%
49North Dakota38000-2.5%
50Nebraska31000-2.8%
51Wyoming56000-2.9%

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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