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List of U.S. states and territories by income

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Map of states by median household income in 2019

This is a list of U.S. states, territories and the District of Columbia by income. Data is given according to the 2019 American Community Survey (ACS) 1-Year Estimates, except for the American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands, for which the data comes from 2010, as ACS does not operate in these areas.[note 1]

States and territories ranked by median household income

Map of states by annual increase of median household income in 2010-2019

Data given in current dollars. Note that tables do not reflect the margin of error in the values.[2]

State Rank States and Washington, D.C. 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 Average annual growth rate (current dollars) in 2010-2019, %
 United States $65,712 $63,179 $60,336 $57,617 $55,775 $53,657 $52,250 $51,371 $50,502 $50,046 3.07%
 Washington, D.C. $92,266 $85,203 $82,372 $75,506 $75,628 $71,648 $67,572 $66,583 $63,124 $60,903 4.72%
1  Maryland $86,738 $83,242 $80,776 $78,945 $75,847 $73,971 $72,483 $71,122 $70,004 $68,854 2.6%
2  Massachusetts $85,843 $79,835 $77,385 $75,297 $70,628 $69,160 $66,768 $65,339 $62,859 $62,072 3.67%
3  New Jersey $85,751 $81,740 $80,088 $76,126 $72,222 $71,919 $70,165 $69,667 $67,458 $67,681 2.66%
4  Hawaii $83,102 $80,212 $77,765 $74,511 $73,486 $69,592 $68,020 $66,259 $61,821 $63,030 3.12%
5  California $80,440 $75,277 $71,805 $67,739 $64,500 $61,933 $60,190 $58,328 $57,287 $57,708 3.76%
6  Connecticut $78,833 $76,348 $74,168 $73,433 $71,346 $70,048 $67,098 $67,276 $65,753 $64,032 2.34%
7 Washington (state) Washington $78,687 $74,073 $70,979 $67,106 $64,129 $61,366 $58,405 $57,573 $56,835 $55,631 3.93%
8  New Hampshire $77,933 $74,991 $73,381 $70,936 $70,303 $66,532 $64,230 $63,280 $62,647 $61,042 2.75%
9  Colorado $77,127 $71,953 $69,117 $65,685 $63,909 $61,303 $58,823 $56,765 $55,387 $54,046 4.03%
10  Virginia $76,456 $72,577 $71,535 $68,114 $66,262 $64,902 $62,666 $61,741 $61,882 $60,674 2.6%
11  Utah $75,780 $71,414 $65,358 $65,977 $62,912 $60,922 $59,770 $57,049 $55,869 $54,744 3.68%
12  Alaska $75,463 $74,346 $73,181 $76,440 $73,355 $71,583 $72,237 $67,712 $67,825 $64,576 1.75%
13  Minnesota $74,593 $70,315 $68,388 $65,599 $63,488 $61,481 $60,702 $58,906 $56,954 $55,459 3.35%
14 New York (state) New York $72,108 $67,844 $64,894 $62,909 $60,850 $58,878 $57,369 $56,448 $55,246 $54,148 3.23%
15  Rhode Island $71,169 $64,340 $63,870 $60,596 $58,073 $54,891 $55,902 $54,554 $53,636 $52,254 3.49%
16  Delaware $70,176 $64,805 $62,852 $61,757 $61,255 $59,716 $57,846 $58,415 $58,814 $55,847 2.57%
17  Illinois $69,187 $65,030 $62,992 $60,960 $59,588 $57,444 $56,210 $55,137 $53,234 $52,972 3.01%
18  Oregon $67,058 $63,426 $60,212 $57,532 $54,148 $51,075 $50,251 $49,161 $46,816 $46,560 4.14%
19  Wyoming $65,003 $61,584 $60,434 $59,882 $60,214 $57,055 $58,752 $54,901 $56,322 $53,512 2.18%
20  North Dakota $64,577 $63,837 $61,843 $60,656 $60,557 $59,029 $55,759 $53,585 $51,704 $48,670 3.19%
21  Wisconsin $64,168 $60,773 $59,305 $56,811 $55,638 $52,622 $51,467 $51,059 $50,395 $49,001 3.04%
22  Texas $64,034 $60,629 $59,206 $56,565 $55,653 $53,035 $51,704 $50,740 $49,392 $48,615 3.11%
23  Pennsylvania $63,463 $60,905 $59,105 $56,907 $55,702 $53,234 $52,007 $51,230 $50,228 $49,288 2.85%
24  Nevada $63,276 $58,646 $58,003 $55,180 $52,431 $51,450 $51,230 $49,760 $48,927 $51,001 2.43%
25  Nebraska $63,229 $59,566 $59,970 $56,927 $54,996 $52,686 $51,440 $50,723 $50,296 $48,408 3.01%
26  Vermont $63,001 $60,782 $57,513 $57,677 $56,990 $54,166 $52,578 $52,977 $52,776 $49,406 2.74%
27  Kansas $62,087 $58,218 $56,422 $54,935 $53,906 $52,504 $50,972 $50,241 $48,964 $48,257 2.84%
28  Arizona $62,055 $59,246 $56,581 $53,558 $51,492 $50,068 $48,510 $47,826 $46,709 $46,789 3.19%
29 Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia $61,980 $58,756 $56,183 $53,559 $51,244 $49,321 $47,829 $47,209 $46,007 $46,430 3.26%
30  Iowa $61,691 $59,955 $58,570 $56,247 $54,736 $53,712 $52,229 $50,957 $49,427 $47,961 2.84%
31  Idaho $60,999 $55,583 $52,225 $51,807 $48,275 $47,861 $46,783 $45,489 $43,341 $43,490 3.83%
32  Michigan $59,584 $56,697 $54,909 $52,491 $51,084 $49,847 $48,273 $46,859 $45,981 $45,413 3.06%
33  South Dakota $59,533 $56,274 $56,521 $54,467 $53,017 $50,979 $48,947 $48,362 $48,321 $45,904 2.93%
34  Florida $59,227 $55,462 $52,594 $50,860 $49,426 $47,463 $46,036 $45,040 $44,299 $44,409 3.25%
35  Maine $58,924 $55,602 $55,277 $53,079 $51,494 $49,462 $46,974 $46,709 $46,033 $45,815 2.84%
36  Ohio $58,642 $56,111 $54,021 $52,344 $51,075 $49,308 $48,081 $46,829 $45,749 $45,090 2.96%
37  Indiana $57,603 $55,746 $54,181 $52,314 $50,532 $49,446 $47,529 $46,974 $46,438 $44,613 2.88%
38  Missouri $57,409 $54,478 $53,578 $51,746 $50,238 $48,363 $46,931 $45,321 $45,247 $44,301 2.92%
39  North Carolina $57,341 $53,855 $52,752 $50,584 $47,830 $46,556 $45,906 $45,150 $43,916 $43,326 3.16%
40  Montana $57,153 $55,328 $53,386 $50,027 $49,509 $46,328 $46,972 $45,076 $44,222 $42,666 3.3%
41  South Carolina $56,227 $52,306 $50,570 $49,501 $47,238 $45,238 $44,163 $43,107 $42,367 $42,018 3.29%
42  Tennessee $56,071 $52,375 $51,340 $48,547 $47,275 $44,361 $44,297 $42,764 $41,693 $41,461 3.41%
43  Oklahoma $54,449 $51,924 $50,051 $49,176 $48,568 $47,529 $45,690 $44,312 $43,225 $42,072 2.91%
44  Kentucky $52,295 $50,247 $48,375 $46,659 $45,215 $42,958 $43,399 $41,724 $41,141 $40,062 3.01%
45  New Mexico $51,945 $47,169 $46,744 $46,748 $45,382 $44,803 $43,872 $42,558 $41,963 $42,090 2.37%
46  Alabama $51,734 $49,861 $48,123 $46,257 $44,765 $42,830 $42,849 $41,574 $41,415 $40,474 2.76%
47  Louisiana $51,073 $47,905 $46,145 $45,146 $45,727 $44,555 $44,164 $42,944 $41,734 $42,505 2.06%
48  Arkansas $48,952 $47,062 $45,869 $44,334 $41,995 $41,262 $40,511 $40,112 $38,758 $38,307 2.76%
49  West Virginia $48,850 $44,097 $43,469 $43,385 $42,019 $41,059 $41,253 $40,196 $38,482 $38,218 2.76%
50  Mississippi $45,792 $44,717 $43,529 $41,754 $40,593 $39,680 $37,963 $37,095 $36,919 $36,851 2.44%
Territory Rank Territory 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 Average annual growth rate (current dollars) in 2010-2019, %
1  Guam $48,274[3][note 2] N/A
2 United States Virgin Islands Virgin Islands (U.S.) $37,254[4][note 2] N/A
3  American Samoa $23,892[5][note 2] N/A
4  Northern Mariana Islands $19,958[6][note 2] N/A
5  Puerto Rico $20,474 $20,296 $19,343 $20,078 $18,626 $18,928 $19,183 $19,429 $18,660 $18,862 0.92%

States and territories ranked by per capita income

Data for the American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands is given as of 2010 (source: American FactFinder).[3] Resident population given as of the 2020 United States Census.[7][8]

Rank State or territory Per capita
income (2019), ACS[9]
Personal per capita income (2020), BEA[10] Of which disposable personal per capita income (2020), BEA[11] Median
household
income (2019), ACS[9]
Median
family
income (2019)[9]
Population (April 1, 2020) Number of
households (2019)
Number of
families (2019)
 United States $35,672 $59,510 $52,853 $65,712 $80,944 335,073,176 122,802,852 79,594,270
1  Washington, D.C. $59,808 $86,567 $73,568 $92,266 $130,291 689,545 291,570 124,978
2  Massachusetts $46,241 $78,458 $66,978 $85,843 $108,348 7,029,917 2,650,680 1,665,005
3  Connecticut $45,359 $78,609 $67,110 $78,833 $101,272 3,605,944 1,377,166 885,911
4  New Jersey $44,888 $73,460 $64,031 $85,751 $105,705 9,288,294 3,286,264 2,241,555
5  Maryland $43,325 $66,799 $57,829 $86,738 $105,679 6,177,224 2,226,767 1,462,070
6 New York (state) New York $41,857 $74,472 $62,773 $72,108 $89,475 20,201,249 7,446,812 4,636,356
7 Washington (state) Washington $41,521 $67,126 $60,468 $78,687 $94,709 7,705,281 2,932,477 1,882,896
8  New Hampshire $41,241 $67,097 $60,715 $77,933 $97,112 1,377,529 541,396 346,413
9  Colorado $41,053 $63,776 $56,415 $77,127 $95,164 5,773,714 2,235,103 1,421,844
10  Virginia $40,635 $61,958 $54,283 $76,456 $93,497 8,631,393 3,191,847 2,094,763
11  California $39,393 $70,192 $60,796 $80,440 $91,377 39,538,223 13,157,873 8,972,643
12  Minnesota $39,025 $62,005 $54,403 $74,593 $93,584 5,706,494 2,222,568 1,401,623
13  Illinois $37,728 $62,930 $55,409 $69,187 $87,771 12,812,508 4,866,006 3,059,067
14  Rhode Island $37,525 $60,825 $54,610 $71,169 $89,373 1,097,379 407,174 249,987
15  Hawaii $36,989 $58,655 $52,872 $83,102 $96,462 1,455,271 465,299 316,206
16  Alaska $36,978 $63,502 $59,053 $75,463 $91,971 733,391 252,199 163,134
17  Delaware $36,858 $56,097 $49,804 $70,176 $87,148 989,948 376,239 242,584
18  North Dakota $36,611 $61,530 $56,569 $64,577 $87,055 779,094 323,519 189,509
19  Pennsylvania $35,804 $61,700 $55,271 $63,463 $81,075 13,002,700 5,119,249 3,228,224
20  Vermont $35,702 $59,187 $53,632 $63,001 $83,458 643,077 262,767 156,153
21  Oregon $35,531 $56,312 $49,576 $67,058 $82,540 4,237,256 1,649,352 1,021,588
22  Wisconsin $34,568 $55,593 $49,577 $64,168 $81,829 5,893,718 2,386,623 1,470,116
23  Wyoming $34,104 $61,855 $56,418 $65,003 $79,946 576,851 233,128 152,859
24  Maine $34,078 $54,211 $48,939 $58,924 $76,316 1,362,359 573,618 342,894
25  Nevada $33,575 $53,720 $48,767 $63,276 $76,124 3,104,614 1,143,557 723,755
26  Nebraska $33,272 $57,570 $52,064 $63,229 $80,062 1,961,504 771,444 493,013
27  Iowa $33,107 $53,478 $48,210 $61,691 $78,152 3,190,369 1,287,221 808,802
28  Michigan $32,892 $53,259 $47,982 $59,584 $75,703 10,077,331 3,969,880 2,496,550
29  Florida $32,887 $55,675 $50,194 $59,227 $71,348 21,538,187 7,905,832 5,083,272
30  Kansas $32,885 $56,099 $50,579 $62,087 $79,006 2,937,880 1,138,329 733,489
31  Ohio $32,780 $53,641 $48,390 $58,642 $74,911 11,799,448 4,730,340 2,942,581
32 Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia $32,657 $51,780 $46,568 $61,980 $74,833 10,711,908 3,852,714 2,555,440
33  Montana $32,625 $53,361 $48,127 $57,153 $73,014 1,084,225 437,651 269,009
34  Texas $32,267 $55,129 $50,523 $64,034 $76,727 29,145,505 9,985,126 6,857,641
35  Arizona $32,173 $49,648 $45,025 $62,055 $74,468 7,151,502 2,670,441 1,740,704
36  North Carolina $32,021 $50,305 $45,060 $57,341 $72,049 10,439,388 4,046,348 2,630,365
37  Utah $31,771 $52,204 $46,931 $75,780 $86,152 3,271,616 1,023,855 760,968
38  Missouri $31,756 $51,697 $46,598 $57,409 $73,457 6,154,913 2,458,337 1,546,045
39  South Dakota $31,550 $59,281 $54,984 $59,533 $76,826 886,667 353,799 223,964
40  South Carolina $31,295 $48,021 $43,471 $56,227 $70,537 5,118,425 1,975,915 1,286,326
41  Tennessee $31,224 $51,046 $47,192 $56,071 $69,993 6,910,840 2,654,737 1,727,895
42  Indiana $30,988 $51,926 $46,872 $57,603 $73,876 6,785,528 2,597,765 1,639,230
43  Oklahoma $29,666 $49,878 $45,727 $54,449 $68,358 3,959,353 1,495,151 975,754
44  Idaho $29,606 $48,759 $44,138 $60,999 $72,365 1,839,106 655,859 448,979
45  Kentucky $29,029 $47,339 $42,720 $52,295 $66,183 4,505,836 1,748,732 1,129,276
46  Louisiana $28,662 $50,874 $46,771 $51,073 $65,105 4,657,757 1,741,076 1,113,831
47  Alabama $28,650 $46,479 $42,392 $51,734 $66,171 5,024,279 1,897,576 1,237,883
48  New Mexico $28,423 $46,338 $42,803 $51,945 $61,826 2,117,522 793,420 496,961
49  West Virginia $27,446 $44,994 $41,251 $48,850 $60,920 1,793,716 728,175 470,472
50  Arkansas $27,274 $47,235 $43,083 $48,952 $62,387 3,011,524 1,163,647 755,305
51  Mississippi $25,301 $42,129 $39,083 $45,792 $58,503 2,961,279 1,100,229 718,382
52[note 3]  U.S. Virgin Islands $21,362 N/A N/A $37,254 $45,058 87,146 43,214 26,237
53[note 3]  Guam $16,549 N/A N/A $48,274 $50,607 153,836 42,026 34,199
54  Puerto Rico $13,345 N/A N/A $20,474 $25,388 3,195,153 1,170,982 773,798
55[note 3]  Northern Mariana Islands $9,656 N/A N/A $19,958 $22,455 47,329 16,035 10,714
56[note 3]  American Samoa $6,311 N/A N/A $23,892 $24,706 49,710 9,688 8,834

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The U.S. Census Bureau collects data for the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico every year (in American Community Survey estimates). However, the U.S. Census Bureau collects data for American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands only once every 10 years.[1]
  2. ^ a b c d 2010 median income
  3. ^ a b c d 2010 data (population according to 2020 Census)

References

  1. ^ https://www.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/section-1557-top-15-languages-faqs.pdf Hhs.gov. Section 1557 FAQs. Retrieved July 5, 2019.
  2. ^ "S1901: INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS (IN 2018 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS)". data.census.gov. December 19, 2019. Retrieved December 20, 2019.
  3. ^ a b White, Stuart (August 28, 2019), "Spanish-American and Philippine-American Wars", Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History, Oxford University Press, doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780199329175.013.746, ISBN 978-0-19-932917-5, retrieved January 5, 2021
  4. ^ "Rural health for U.S. Virgin Islands Introduction - Rural Health Information Hub". www.ruralhealthinfo.org. Retrieved January 5, 2021.
  5. ^ "Rural health for American Samoa Introduction - Rural Health Information Hub". www.ruralhealthinfo.org. Retrieved January 5, 2021.
  6. ^ "Rural health for Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Introduction - Rural Health Information Hub". www.ruralhealthinfo.org. Retrieved January 5, 2021.
  7. ^ "RESIDENT POPULATION FOR THE 50 STATES, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, AND PUERTO RICO: 2020 CENSUS" (PDF). U.S. Census Bureau.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  8. ^ 2020 Population of U.S. Island Areas Just Under 339,000, U.S. Census Bureau, October 28, 2021.
  9. ^ a b c "DP03 - Selected Economic Characteristics". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved February 6, 2022.
  10. ^ "SAINC1 Personal Income Summary: Personal Income, Population, Per Capita Personal Income: Per Capita Personal Income". Bureau of Economic Analysis. Retrieved February 8, 2022.
  11. ^ "SAINC51 Disposable Personal Income Summary: Disposable Personal Income, Population, Per Capita Disposable Personal Income: Per Capita Disposable Personal Income". Bureau of Economic Analysis. Retrieved February 8, 2022.

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