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Table 1. Income Distribution Measures, by Definition of Income: 2006

CAUTION: Whenever a base of an income distribution is relatively small, the medians, means, and percent distributions are extremely unreliable because of the limited size of the sample. Pay particular attention to the standard errors for small population estimates, especially if the base is less than 75,000.

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All Households
Married-couple Households
Female Householder, No Husband Present
Householder with Related Children Under 18
Married-couple Households with Related Children Under 18
Female Householder, No Husband Present, with Related Children Under 18
Households with Members 65 and over
Households with One or More Full-Time Workers
Households with a White alone or in combination Householder
Households with a White alone Householder
Households with a White alone, not Hispanic Householder
Households with a Black alone or in combination Householder
Households with a Black alone Householder
Households with an Asian alone or in combination Householder
Households with an Asian alone Householder
Householders of Hispanic Origin

Race Footnotes
Poverty Footnotes


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Last revised: December 31, 2007
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