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Monday, October 19, 2009

Median Family Income by State

The Census Bureau has released Median Family Income By Family Size.  Here are the ten states with the highest and lower median family incomes:

State

1 Earner

Family Size

2 People

3 People

4 People

1

New Jersey

$60,026

$72,000

$86,070

$103,261

2

Connecticut

$58,529

$72,586

$86,643

$102,124

3

Hawaii

$55,418

$67,199

$77,539

$91,483

4

Maryland

$55,238

$73,061

$85,455

$101,803

5

Massachusetts

$53,505

$69,451

$82,591

$99,648

6

Alaska

$52,130

$74,073

$77,544

$85,422

7

New Hampshire

$51,515

$64,204

$79,668

$93,926

8

Washington

$51,344

$64,158

$72,533

$82,716

9

Utah

$50,568

$56,932

$61,905

$69,990

10

Virginia

$48,362

$65,122

$74,151

$85,939

42

North Carolina

$38,794

$52,194

$56,930

$67,295

43

Alabama

$38,415

$48,075

$55,631

$65,311

44

Tennessee

$37,732

$49,110

$54,014

$64,228

45

Kentucky

$37,584

$45,653

$54,683

$64,459

46

Louisiana

$37,464

$48,287

$53,461

$66,256

47

North Dakota

$36,884

$54,662

$62,635

$75,140

South Dakota

$36,844

$54,331

$63,153

$70,182

49

New Mexico

$36,773

$50,637

$50,637

$55,561

50

Arkansas

$33,531

$44,415

$48,721

$57,905

51

Mississippi

$32,068

$42,758

$46,685

$58,518

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At least Mississippi isn't number fifty this time. It's the fifty-first state! When did we lose those extra seven that Obama visited during the election?

Posted by: Woody | Oct 20, 2009 12:34:52 AM