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Income and Poverty - Per capita income
(2019)

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Name
Per capita income
Rank
Per capita income
Connecticut1$78,243
Massachusetts2$75,102
New York3$72,602
New Jersey4$71,340
California5$67,441
Washington6$65,557
Maryland7$65,437
New Hampshire8$64,285
Alaska9$63,581
Wyoming10$62,956
Colorado11$61,911
Virginia12$60,393
Minnesota13$59,560
Illinois14$59,489
Pennsylvania15$58,748
North Dakota16$57,938
Hawaii17$57,718
Rhode Island18$57,056
Vermont19$55,975
Nebraska20$55,188
Delaware21$55,157
South Dakota22$54,628
Kansas23$54,085
Wisconsin24$53,884
Oregon25$53,847
Texas26$53,465
Florida27$53,073
Iowa28$52,505
Nevada29$51,792
Maine30$51,259
Ohio31$50,818
Montana32$50,361
Michigan33$49,835
Utah34$49,543
Tennessee35$49,285
Indiana36$49,279
Missouri37$49,256
Georgia38$48,831
North Carolina39$48,355
Louisiana40$48,046
Oklahoma41$47,925
Arizona42$46,626
Idaho43$46,535
South Carolina44$45,999
Arkansas45$45,180
Alabama46$44,690
Kentucky47$44,310
New Mexico48$43,861
West Virginia49$42,837
Mississippi50$39,394





Source: 1969-2019: Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economic Data, Local Area Personal Income, Table CA1, (http://www.bea.gov/iTable/iTable.cfm?ReqID=70&step=1); DATE LAST UPDATED: November 20, 2020; CPI updated January 21, 2021.




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