List of ethnic groups in the United States by household income

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This is a list of median household income in the United States by ethnicity and Native American tribal grouping (as of 2015) according to the United States Census. "Mixed race" and multi-ethnic categories are not listed.

By race and ethnicity[edit]

The United States Census has race and ethnicity as defined by the Office of Management and Budget in 1997.[1] The following median household income data are retrieved from American Community Survey 2018 1-year estimates. In this survey, the nationwide population was 327,167,439 in 2018.[2]

S0201: ACS 1-Year Estimates Selected Population Profiles (2018)
Race and Ethnicity Alone Alone or in Combination with Other Races Ref
Code Population Median household income (US$) Code Population Median household income (US$)
White Americans 002 236,173,020 65,902 003 245,860,228 65,777 [3]
Black or African American 004 41,617,764 41,511 005 46,261,485 41,911 [4]
American Indian and Alaska Native 006 2,801,587 44,772 009 5,710,410 48,370 [5]
Asian Americans 012 18,415,198 87,243 031 22,137,269 85,897 [6]
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 050 626,054 61,911 060 1,468,239 64,865 [7]
Some other race 070 16,253,785 48,983 071 18,146,776 49,805 [8]
Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 400 59,763,631 51,404 [9]
Not Hispanic or Latino 450 267,403,808 64,025 [9]

By detailed races[edit]

Asian Americans[edit]

In the 2019 American Community Survey, the following figures regarding detailed Asian races are reported.[10] Other Asian races with code but not reported include: Chinese and Taiwanese (016, 035), Malaysian (025, 044), Sri Lankan (027, 046), Bhutanese (072, 080), Maldivian (074, 082), Mongolian (075, 083), Okinawan (077, 085), Singaporean (078, 086).

S0201: ACS 1-Year Estimates Selected Population Profiles (2019)
Detailed Race Alone Alone or in Combination with Other Races
Code Population Median household income (US$) Code Population Median household income (US$)
Indian Americans 013 4,240,466 126,705 032 4,506,308 116,793
Bangladeshi Americans 014 198,628 67,944 033 213,372 55,880
Cambodian Americans 015 258,052 72,038 034 300,360 66,391
Chinese Americans 017 4,216,922 85,424 036 5,156,833 81,510
Taiwanese Americans 018 187,756 102,405 037 213,774 93,358
Filipino Americans 019 2,983,596 100,273 038 4,089,570 79,936
Hmong Americans 020 308,803 73,373 039 320,164 66,968
Indonesian Americans 021 81,269 93,501 040 116,869 72,191
Japanese Americans 022 755,672 85,007 041 1,542,195 82,321
Korean Americans 023 1,461,843 76,674 042 1,894,131 73,498
Laotian Americans 024 192,689 66,117 043 262,229 65,568
Pakistani Americans 026 506,193 87,509 045 526,956 77,156
Thai Americans 028 224,463 66,763 047 329,343 68,762
Vietnamese Americans 029 1,873,707 72,161 048 2,162,610 68,979
Burmese Americans 073 173,586 45,903 081 189,250 45,800
Nepalese Americans 076 189,399 63,619 084 175,005 56,705

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander[edit]

In the 2018 American Community Survey, the following figures regarding detailed Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander races are reported.[11]

S0201: ACS 1-Year Estimates Selected Population Profiles (2018)
Detailed Race Alone Alone or in Combination with Other Races
Code Population Median household income (US$) Code Population Median household income (US$)
Polynesian 051 357,532 61,654 061 887,467 65,611
Native Hawaiian 052 186,996 60,436 062 626,457 66,254
Samoan 053 110,606 64,941 063 213,439 64,592
Micronesian 055 188,142 61,309 065 284,452 64,981
Guamanian or Chamorro 056 104,219 76,199 066 182,584 75,788

By detailed ancestry[edit]

The following data is from the 2019 American Community Survey.[12]

  1. Indian Americans: $126,705[12]
  2. Taiwanese Americans: $102,405[12]
  3. Australian Americans: $100,856[12]
  4. Filipino Americans: $100,273[12]
  5. South African Americans: $98,212[12]
  6. Basque Americans: $94,091[12]
  7. Indonesian Americans: $93,501[12]
  8. Pakistani Americans: $87,509[12]
  9. Iranian Americans: $87,288[12]
  10. Lebanese Americans: $87,099[12]
  11. Austrian Americans: $86,499[12]
  12. Russian Americans: $85,989[12]
  13. Lithuanian Americans: $85,812[12]
  14. Chinese Americans: $85,424[12]
  15. Japanese Americans: $85,007[12]
  16. Turkish Americans: $83,375[12]
  17. Swiss Americans: $82,974[12]
  18. Slovene Americans: $82,728[12]
  19. Italian Americans: $82,106[12]
  20. Greek Americans: $82,036[12]
  21. Israeli Americans: $81,901[12]
  22. Romanian Americans: $81,878[12]
  23. Ukrainian Americans: $81,603[12]
  24. Serbian Americans: $81,452[12]
  25. Croatian Americans: $80,683[12]
  26. Slovak Americans: $80,388[12]
  27. Swedish Americans: $80,228[12]
  28. Czech Americans: $80,142[12]
  29. Bulgarian Americans: $80,626[12]
  30. Norwegian Americans: $79,783[12]
  31. Scottish Americans: $79,544[12]
  32. Polish Americans: $79,503[12]
  33. Danish Americans: $79,500[12]
  34. Portuguese Americans: $79,050[12]
  35. Belgian Americans: $78,355[12]
  36. English Americans: $78,078[12]
  37. Welsh Americans: $77,949[12]
  38. Hungarian Americans: $77,611[12]
  39. Finnish Americans: $77,356[12]
  40. Armenian Americans: $77,110[12]
  41. Korean Americans: $76,674[12]
  42. Canadian Americans: $76,665[12]
  43. German Americans: $76,036[12]
  44. French Canadian Americans: $75,949[12]
  45. Irish Americans: $75,583[12]
  46. Hmong Americans: $73,373[12]
  47. Scotch-Irish Americans: $72,745[12]
  48. Vietnamese Americans: $72,161[12]
  49. Albanian Americans: $72,043[12]
  50. Cambodian Americans: $72,038[12]
  51. Spanish Americans: $71,903[12]
  52. French Americans: $71,407[12]
  53. Dutch Americans: $70,872[12]
  54. Ghanaian Americans: $69,021[12]
  55. Nigerian Americans: $68,658[12]
  56. Bangladeshi Americans: $67,944[12]
  57. Guyanese Americans: $67,772[12]
  58. Egyptian Americans: $67,187[12]
  59. Thai Americans: $66,763[12]
  60. Laotian Americans: $66,117[12]
  61. Median White American Household Income: $65,902[12]
  62. West Indian Americans: $65,258[12]
  63. Palestinian Americans: $65,170[12]
  64. Barbadian Americans: $64,588[12]
  65. Nepalese Americans: $63,619[12]
  66. Median American Household Income: $63,179[12]
  67. Syrian Americans: $63,096[12]
  68. Trinidadian and Tobagonian Americans: $62,120[12]
  69. Jamaican Americans: $62,044[12]
  70. Polynesian Americans: $61,654[12]
  71. American Americans: $58,601[12]
  72. Haitian Americans: $57,451[12]
  73. Cuban Americans: $57,000[13]
  74. Brazilian Americans: $56,151[12]
  75. Argentine Americans: $55,000[12]
  76. Cajun Americans: $52,886[12]
  77. Moroccan Americans: $52,436[12]
  78. Peruvian Americans: $52,000[12]
  79. Jordanian Americans: $51,552[12]
  80. Pennsylvania Deutsch: $48,955[12]
  81. Ecuadorian Americans: $48,600[12]
  82. Colombian Americans: $48,000[12]
  83. Cape Verdean Americans: $47,281[12]
  84. Burmese Americans: $45,903[12]
  85. Assyrian/Chaldean/Syriac Americans: $44,733[12]
  86. Afghan Americans: $46,838[12]
  87. African Americans: $43,862 [12]
  88. Bahamian Americans: $42,000[12]#
  89. Mexican Americans: $38,000[12]
  90. Puerto Rican Americans: $36,000[12]
  91. Iraqi Americans: $32,818[12]
  92. Dominican Americans: $32,300[12]
  93. Somali Americans: $20,600[12]

By Native American tribal grouping[edit]

  1. Chickasaw (2014): $49,963[14]
  2. Choctaw (2014): $47,783[14]
  3. Alaska Natives (2014): $47,401[14]
  4. Creek (2014): $41,897[14]
  5. Iroquois (2014): $40,471[14]
  6. Cherokee (2014): $37,730[14]
  7. Blackfeet (2014): $37,033[14]
  8. Chippewa (2014): $34,463[14]
  9. Lumbee (2014): $33,863[14]
  10. Navajo : $31,057[14]
  11. Sioux (2014): $29,079[14]
  12. Apache (2014): $28,745[14]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Office of Management and Budget (1997). "About Race and Ethnicity". United States Census. United States Census Bureau. Retrieved July 26, 2020.
  2. ^ American Community Survey (2018). "S0201: Selected Population Profile in the United States". American Community Survey 2018. United States Census Bureau. Retrieved July 26, 2020.
  3. ^ "ACS 2018 1-Year S0201: White (002, 003)".
  4. ^ "ACS 2018 1-Year S0201: Black or African American (004, 005)".
  5. ^ "ACS 2018 1-Year S0201: American Indian and Alaska Native (006, 009)".
  6. ^ "ACS 2018 1-Year S0201: Asian (012, 031)".
  7. ^ "ACS 2018 1-Year S0201: Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander (050, 060)".
  8. ^ "ACS 2018 1-Year S0201: Some other race (070, 071)".
  9. ^ a b "ACS 2018 1-Year S0201: Hispanic or Latino (400, 450)".
  10. ^ American Community Survey (2019). "S0201: Selected Population Profile in the United States". American Community Survey 2019. United States Census Bureau. Retrieved January 31, 2021.
  11. ^ American Community Survey (2018). "S0201: Selected Population Profile in the United States". American Community Survey 2018. United States Census Bureau. Retrieved July 26, 2020. Note: All available detailed Asian races alone selected (17)
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  13. ^ LÓPEZ, Gustavo (2015-09-15). "Hispanics of Cuban Origin in the United States, 2013". pewhispanic.org. Retrieved 2018-11-03.
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