List of Idaho locations by per capita income

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Idaho is the forty-first richest state in the United States of America, with a per capita income of $17,841 (2000).

Idaho counties ranked by per capita income[edit]

Note: Data is from the 2010 United States Census Data and the 2006-2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.[1][2]

Rank County Per capita
income
Median
household
income
Median
family
income
Population Number of
households
1 Blaine $32,656 $61,854 $73,929 21,376 8,823
2 Ada $27,915 $55,835 $67,519 392,365 148,445
3 Valley $27,577 $50,851 $59,737 9,862 4,393
United States $27,334 $51,914 $62,982 308,745,538 116,716,292
4 Bonner $24,745 $41,943 $51,377 40,877 17,100
5 Kootenai $24,418 $46,336 $55,840 138,494 54,200
6 Boise $24,288 $48,789 $60,042 7,028 2,974
7 Nez Perce $23,899 $44,395 $55,180 39,265 16,241
8 Teton $23,633 $53,364 $56,791 10,170 3,651
9 Bonneville $23,218 $50,445 $58,346 104,234 36,629
10 Adams $22,730 $36,004 $45,590 3,976 1,748
11 Custer $22,625 $41,910 $56,710 4,368 1,936
Idaho $22,518 $46,423 $54,689 1,567,582 579,408
12 Lemhi $21,699 $36,411 $49,119 7,936 3,576
13 Bannock $21,275 $44,848 $54,650 82,839 30,682
14 Caribou $20,637 $44,958 $53,615 6,963 2,606
15 Clearwater $20,507 $41,835 $46,415 8,761 3,660
16 Gem $20,431 $42,794 $49,976 16,719 6,495
17 Butte $20,414 $39,413 $47,225 2,891 1,129
18 Elmore $20,388 $43,089 $50,840 27,038 10,140
19 Latah $20,218 $36,974 $54,172 37,244 14,708
20 Washington $20,015 $36,542 $46,970 10,198 4,034
21 Twin Falls $19,892 $42,455 $49,188 77,230 28,760
22 Clark $19,737 $40,909 $37,656 982 345
23 Camas $19,659 $44,145 $43,092 1,117 487
24 Bear Lake $19,284 $43,374 $47,092 5,986 2,281
25 Shoshone $19,020 $36,654 $44,685 12,765 5,605
26 Jefferson $19,019 $51,579 $55,705 26,140 8,146
27 Lincoln $19,011 $45,714 $50,543 5,208 1,705
28 Idaho $18,980 $34,536 $39,263 16,267 6,834
29 Payette $18,814 $43,559 $50,323 22,623 8,262
30 Bingham $18,633 $44,128 $51,750 45,607 14,999
31 Fremont $18,616 $42,523 $52,510 13,242 4,436
32 Lewis $18,580 $35,808 $41,250 3,821 1,657
33 Power $18,412 $40,843 $46,391 7,817 2,641
34 Canyon $18,366 $43,218 $48,219 188,923 63,604
35 Benewah $18,312 $37,500 $41,759 9,285 3,837
36 Boundary $18,011 $37,712 $43,562 10,972 4,421
37 Franklin $17,967 $45,682 $50,586 12,786 4,079
38 Oneida $17,950 $44,599 $51,371 4,286 1,545
39 Cassia $17,782 $39,866 $47,995 22,952 7,666
40 Minidoka $17,747 $40,350 $47,079 20,069 7,170
41 Gooding $17,694 $37,228 $45,369 15,464 5,531
42 Owyhee $17,373 $33,441 $36,405 11,526 4,076
43 Jerome $16,947 $39,188 $45,947 22,374 7,540
44 Madison $13,735 $35,461 $41,117 37,536 10,611

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 2006-2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates". U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved 2012-11-25.
  2. ^ "Profile of General Population and Housing Characteristics: 2010 Demographic Profile Data". U.S. Census Bureau. Archived from the original on 2014-03-05. Retrieved 2012-11-25.