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Income and Poverty - Per capita income
(2018)

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Name
Per capita income
Rank
Per capita income
Connecticut1$77,841
Massachusetts2$72,982
New York3$69,912
New Jersey4$69,472
California5$64,709
Maryland6$64,502
Washington7$63,150
New Hampshire8$62,405
Wyoming9$61,455
Alaska10$60,497
Colorado11$59,515
Virginia12$58,846
Minnesota13$58,557
Illinois14$57,869
Pennsylvania15$57,244
North Dakota16$56,457
Hawaii17$56,422
Rhode Island18$55,844
Vermont19$55,155
Nebraska20$54,228
Delaware21$53,458
South Dakota22$53,162
Wisconsin23$52,527
Kansas24$52,404
Oregon25$51,764
Texas26$51,267
Iowa27$51,032
Florida28$50,977
Nevada29$50,067
Maine30$49,791
Ohio31$49,622
Michigan32$49,300
Missouri33$48,611
Montana34$48,399
Indiana35$48,003
Tennessee36$47,750
Georgia37$47,324
Utah38$47,159
Louisiana39$47,080
Oklahoma40$47,071
North Carolina41$46,953
Arizona42$45,132
Idaho43$44,696
South Carolina44$44,494
Arkansas45$44,016
Kentucky46$43,227
Alabama47$43,003
New Mexico48$42,363
West Virginia49$41,614
Mississippi50$38,520





Source: 1969-2018: 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: February 24, 2020.




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