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1990 to 2017 Change in Median Household Income from the Current Pop. Survey (2017 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeHousehold Adj. Income
1Montana3000034.8 %
2Tennessee4700030.4 %
3Colorado0800028.7 %
4Idaho1600026.9 %
5North Dakota3800026.4 %
6Utah4900026.2 %
7Washington5300025.2 %
8Iowa1900024.0 %
9South Dakota4600023.5 %
10Minnesota2700021.9 %
11Oklahoma4000020.3 %
12Oregon4100017.7 %
13Alabama0100016.7 %
14Indiana1800016.6 %
15Pennsylvania4200016.1 %
16Nebraska3100015.7 %
17Mississippi2800014.8 %
18Arkansas0500014.3 %
19Texas4800012.0 %
20California0600011.7 %
21Arizona0400011.5 %
22Maryland2400011.3 %
23Missouri2900011.0 %
24Rhode Island4400010.7 %
25Kentucky2100010.5 %
26Georgia1300010.3 %
27Wisconsin5500010.2 %
28Vermont500009.4 %
29West Virginia540009.3 %
30Virginia510008.4 %
31Delaware100007.9 %
32Massachusetts250007.7 %
33Florida120007.3 %
34Ohio390006.2 %
35Illinois170005.9 %
36New York360005.4 %
37Wyoming560004.7 %
38Louisiana220004.5 %
39Kansas200003.1 %
40Michigan260002.8 %
41North Carolina370002.0 %
41South Carolina450002.0 %
43New Mexico350001.9 %
44Hawaii150000.8 %
45New Jersey340000.5 %
46Maine230000.3 %
47Connecticut09000-0.2 %
48Alaska02000-2.0 %
49New Hampshire33000-2.3 %
50Nevada32000-5.8 %

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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