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2011 to 2017 Change in Median Income from the American Comm. Survey (2017 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeHousehold Adj. Income
1District of Columbia1100019.7 %
2Oregon4100018.0 %
3Hawaii1500015.4 %
4California0600015.0 %
5Washington5300014.6 %
6Colorado0800014.5 %
7Massachusetts2500013.0 %
7Tennessee4700013.0 %
9Utah4900012.3 %
10Maine2300012.2 %
11Georgia1300012.1 %
12Arizona0400011.2 %
13Montana3000010.8 %
14Idaho1600010.6 %
15Minnesota2700010.2 %
15North Carolina3700010.2 %
17Texas4800010.0 %
18North Dakota380009.8 %
19Michigan260009.6 %
20South Carolina450009.5 %
21Nebraska310009.4 %
22Rhode Island440009.3 %
23Florida120009.0 %
24New Jersey340008.9 %
25Nevada320008.8 %
26Iowa190008.7 %
26Missouri290008.7 %
28Arkansas050008.6 %
28Illinois170008.6 %
30Ohio390008.4 %
31Mississippi280008.2 %
32Pennsylvania420008.1 %
33Wisconsin550008.0 %
34Kentucky210007.9 %
35New York360007.8 %
36New Hampshire330007.5 %
37South Dakota460007.3 %
38Indiana180007.1 %
39Alabama010006.6 %
40Oklahoma400006.3 %
41Virginia510006.1 %
42Maryland240005.9 %
43Kansas200005.7 %
44West Virginia540003.7 %
45Connecticut090003.5 %
46New Mexico350002.2 %
47Louisiana220001.5 %
48Vermont500000.0 %
49Alaska02000-1.0 %
50Wyoming56000-1.5 %
51Delaware10000-1.9 %

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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