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2012 to 2018 Change in Median Income from the American Comm. Survey (2018 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeFamily Adj. Income
1District of Columbia1100030.8 %
2Oregon4100019.4 %
3California0600019.0 %
4Nevada3200015.4 %
5Georgia1300015.3 %
6Utah4900015.1 %
7Washington5300014.6 %
8Colorado0800014.4 %
8Mississippi2800014.4 %
10South Carolina4500013.9 %
11Maine2300012.8 %
12Arizona0400012.7 %
12Hawaii1500012.7 %
12North Carolina3700012.7 %
15Tennessee4700012.5 %
16Massachusetts2500011.9 %
17Florida1200011.8 %
18North Dakota3800011.7 %
19New York3600011.4 %
19Vermont5000011.4 %
21Michigan2600011.1 %
22Alabama0100010.8 %
23Idaho1600010.7 %
23Minnesota2700010.7 %
25Missouri2900010.5 %
26Texas480009.9 %
27New Jersey340009.8 %
28Ohio390009.6 %
29Indiana180009.5 %
29Nebraska310009.5 %
31New Hampshire330009.4 %
32Virginia510009.2 %
33Pennsylvania420008.8 %
34Iowa190008.5 %
35Illinois170008.2 %
36Rhode Island440008.0 %
37Maryland240007.9 %
38Wisconsin550007.8 %
39Kansas200007.5 %
40Kentucky210007.3 %
40South Dakota460007.3 %
42Oklahoma400006.6 %
43Arkansas050005.6 %
43Montana300005.6 %
45Connecticut090005.2 %
46Louisiana220004.6 %
47New Mexico350004.4 %
48Wyoming560004.1 %
49West Virginia540002.8 %
50Delaware100002.7 %
51Alaska020002.4 %

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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