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RankState
Median Household Income (2017)
Per capita GDP
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1California67,16960,359
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2Texas57,05153,737
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3Florida50,88339,842
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4New York62,76565,220Average top 2059,581104.08%96.08%
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5Pennsylvania56,95151,841Average bottom 2057,245
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6Illinois61,22955,102
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7Ohio52,40748,188Average top 2558,590102.60%97.47%
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8Georgia52,97745,925Average bottom 2557,107
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9North Carolina50,32044,706
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10Michigan52,66844,201
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11New Jersey76,47556,776
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12Virginia68,76652,124
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13Washington66,17459,333
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14Arizona53,51039,583
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15Massachusetts74,16766,500
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16Tennessee48,70844,348
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17Indiana52,18246,427
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18Missouri51,54243,036
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19Maryland78,91656,375
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20Wisconsin56,75948,666
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21Colorado65,45854,026
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22Minnesota65,69954,805
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23South Carolina48,78137,637
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24Alabama46,47237,508
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25Louisiana46,71044,372
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26Kentucky46,53539,277
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27Oregon56,11951,312
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28Oklahoma49,76744,535
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29Connecticut73,78162,633
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30Iowa56,57052,284
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31Utah65,32545,493
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32Arkansas43,81336,714
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33Nevada55,43444,812
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34Mississippi42,00932,447
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35Kansas55,47747,435
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36New Mexico46,71841,619
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37Nebraska56,67554,654
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38West Virginia44,06137,353
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39Idaho50,98536,441
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40Hawaii74,92352,869
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New Hampshire
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42Maine53,02439,521
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43Rhode Island61,04348,314
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44Montana50,80139,833
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45Delaware63,03663,955
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46South Dakota54,12648,004
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47North Dakota61,28564,911
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48Alaska76,11463,610
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49Vermont57,80844,831
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50Wyoming60,93861,091
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Citation: 2013-2017 American Community Survey Five-year Estimates (Dec. 6, 2018) https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2018/2013-2017-acs-5year.html.
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