USA map by Median Household Income
US States - median household income
The U.S. Census Bureau announced that real median household income increased by 3.2 percent between 2015 and 2016, while the official poverty rate decreased 0.8 percentage points. Median household income in the United States in 2016 was $59,039, an increase in real terms of 3.2 percent from the 2015 median income of $57,230. This is the second consecutive annual increase in median household income.




US States - median household income
Rank
State
Median household income
1Maryland$76,805
2New Hampshire$75,675
3Alaska$75,112
4Connecticut$72,889
5Minnesota$68,730
6New Jersey$68,357
7Massachusetts$67,861
8Washington$67,243
9Colorado$66,596
10Utah$66,258
11Hawaii$64,514
12California$63,636
13Virginia$61,486
14Wyoming$60,925
15Iowa$60,855
16Oregon$60,834
17Nebraska$60,747
18Illinois$60,413
19Pennsylvania$60,389
20Vermont$59,494
21Missouri$59,196
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$59,039
22New York$58,005
23Delaware$57,756
24North Dakota$57,415
25Texas$56,473
26Rhode Island$55,701
27Wisconsin$55,425
28South Dakota$55,065
29Kansas$54,865
30Michigan$54,203
31Ohio$53,301
32Arizona$52,248
33Nevada$52,008
34Indiana$51,983
35Idaho$51,624
36Montana$51,395
37North Carolina$50,797
38Georgia$50,768
39Maine$50,756
40Florida$48,825
41Tennessee$47,330
42Oklahoma$47,077
43South Carolina$46,360
44Louisiana$45,922
45New Mexico$45,119
46Alabama$44,509
47West Virginia$42,824
48Arkansas$42,798
49Kentucky$42,387
50Mississippi$40,037


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