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2011 to 2016 Change in Median Income from the American Comm. Survey (2016 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeFamily Adj. Income
1District of Columbia1100022.1 %
2Oregon4100013.9 %
3Idaho1600012.1 %
4North Dakota3800011.4 %
5Massachusetts2500010.9 %
5Washington5300010.9 %
7Georgia1300010.8 %
8California0600010.7 %
8Utah4900010.7 %
10Montana3000010.5 %
11South Carolina4500010.4 %
12Illinois1700010.0 %
13Alaska020009.6 %
13Maine230009.6 %
15Colorado080009.5 %
15Hawaii150009.5 %
15Minnesota270009.5 %
18Tennessee470008.8 %
19Michigan260008.7 %
20Nebraska310008.5 %
20New York360008.5 %
22Nevada320008.4 %
23Indiana180008.3 %
23Texas480008.3 %
25Arizona040008.2 %
26Iowa190007.9 %
26North Carolina370007.9 %
28Alabama010007.7 %
28Missouri290007.7 %
28New Jersey340007.7 %
31Oklahoma400007.5 %
32Wisconsin550007.2 %
33Kansas200007.1 %
33Pennsylvania420007.1 %
35South Dakota460007.0 %
36West Virginia540006.9 %
37Ohio390006.8 %
38Arkansas050006.7 %
39Maryland240006.6 %
39Mississippi280006.6 %
41Connecticut090006.5 %
41Florida120006.5 %
41Kentucky210006.5 %
44New Hampshire330006.1 %
45Vermont500005.9 %
46Rhode Island440004.9 %
47Virginia510004.8 %
48New Mexico350002.9 %
49Louisiana220000.5 %
49Wyoming560000.5 %
51Delaware10000-0.1 %

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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