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1990 to 2016 Change in Median Household Income from the Current Pop. Survey (2016 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeHousehold Adj. Income
1Montana3000033.0 %
2North Dakota3800029.7 %
3South Dakota4600027.3 %
4Colorado0800025.0 %
5Tennessee4700023.8 %
6Utah4900021.9 %
7Idaho1600021.7 %
8Minnesota2700021.5 %
9Washington5300019.2 %
10Iowa1900017.9 %
11Nebraska3100017.7 %
12Pennsylvania4200014.5 %
13Oklahoma4000013.8 %
14Indiana1800013.4 %
15Texas4800012.2 %
16North Carolina3700011.2 %
17Mississippi2800010.9 %
18Alabama0100010.1 %
19Oregon4100010.0 %
20Arkansas050009.7 %
21Missouri290009.6 %
22West Virginia540009.1 %
23California060009.0 %
24Massachusetts250008.6 %
25Wyoming560006.9 %
26Vermont500006.5 %
27Arizona040006.4 %
27Connecticut090006.4 %
29Wisconsin550006.1 %
30New York360005.9 %
31Georgia130005.8 %
32New Mexico350005.4 %
33Alaska020004.9 %
34Rhode Island440004.8 %
35Florida120004.4 %
36Michigan260003.9 %
37Kansas200003.4 %
37Maryland240003.4 %
39Virginia510003.2 %
40South Carolina450003.0 %
41Illinois170002.7 %
42Delaware100002.6 %
42Louisiana220002.6 %
44New Hampshire330001.8 %
45Hawaii150000.9 %
46Maine230000.8 %
47Kentucky21000-0.3 %
48Ohio39000-2.0 %
49New Jersey34000-3.7 %
50Nevada32000-5.7 %

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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