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2015 Median Income from the American Comm. Survey (2018 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeFamily Adj. Income
1District of Columbia11000$100,484
2Maryland24000$97,010
3Connecticut09000$96,821
4Massachusetts25000$95,975
5New Jersey34000$95,610
6Alaska02000$91,511
7New Hampshire33000$90,978
8Hawaii15000$88,806
9Virginia51000$85,183
10Minnesota27000$84,642
11North Dakota38000$84,376
12Colorado08000$83,044
13Washington53000$81,529
14Rhode Island44000$81,178
15Vermont50000$80,089
16Wyoming56000$80,031
17Delaware10000$79,385
18Illinois17000$78,276
19New York36000$78,244
20California06000$77,955
21Utah49000$75,850
22Nebraska31000$75,262
23Wisconsin55000$75,083
24Pennsylvania42000$74,367
25Kansas20000$73,527
26Iowa19000$73,507
27South Dakota46000$71,664
28Oregon41000$70,228
29Texas48000$69,199
30Ohio39000$69,051
31Maine23000$68,494
32Montana30000$67,869
33Michigan26000$67,691
34Nevada32000$66,963
35Indiana18000$66,920
36Missouri29000$66,734
37Georgia13000$64,891
38Arizona04000$64,671
39Oklahoma40000$63,795
40Idaho16000$63,653
41North Carolina37000$63,645
42Florida12000$62,867
43South Carolina45000$62,806
44Louisiana22000$62,469
45Tennessee47000$61,268
46Alabama01000$60,558
47New Mexico35000$59,548
48Kentucky21000$59,527
49West Virginia54000$56,641
50Arkansas05000$55,567
51Mississippi28000$53,045

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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