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

RankStateFIPS CodeFamily Adj. Income
1District of Columbia1100015.2%
2Idaho1600011.2%
3Utah490009.8%
4Arizona040009.4%
5Florida120009.2%
6Delaware100008.8%
7Vermont500008.4%
8Colorado080008.1%
8Washington530008.1%
10Tennessee470007.7%
11South Carolina450007.2%
12California060007.1%
13New Mexico350006.8%
13Oregon410006.8%
15Georgia130006.7%
16North Carolina370006.0%
17Alabama010005.8%
18Nevada320005.0%
18Rhode Island440005.0%
18West Virginia540005.0%
21Kansas200004.3%
22Indiana180004.0%
22Virginia510004.0%
24New Hampshire330003.9%
25Missouri290003.8%
26New York360003.6%
27Kentucky210003.5%
28Ohio390003.4%
29Nebraska310003.3%
30Michigan260003.2%
31Arkansas050003.1%
32Texas480003.0%
33Connecticut090002.8%
33Oklahoma400002.8%
35Illinois170002.6%
35Pennsylvania420002.6%
37South Dakota460002.4%
38Maine230002.2%
39Minnesota270002.1%
40Massachusetts250002.0%
41Wisconsin550001.8%
42Alaska020001.6%
42New Jersey340001.6%
44Montana300001.5%
45Iowa190001.4%
46Louisiana220000.9%
47Mississippi280000.3%
48North Dakota380000.1%
49Maryland24000-0.2%
50Hawaii15000-0.8%
51Wyoming56000-3.2%

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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