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Income of Households by Race and Hispanic Origin Using 2- and 3-Year-Averages: 2000-2002
(Median income and confidence intervals (C.I.) in 2002 dollars)
|Race||3-year average 2000-20021||2-year average2||Differences in 2-year average (2001-2002 less 2000-2001)|
|Median income||90-percent C.I. (+/-)||Median income||90-percent C.I. (+/-)||Median income||90-percent C.I. (+/-)||Difference||Percent Change|
|White alone or in combination||45,350||234||45,095||274||45,543||280||-448*||-1.0*|
|White alone, not Hispanic||47,194||219||46,971||256||47,342||261||-371*||-0.8*|
|Black alone or in combination||30,032||437||29,558||498||30,460||516||-902*||-3.0*|
|American Indian and Alaska Native|
|Alone or in combination||33,111||1,161||33,309||1,406||32,654||1,415||655||2.0|
|American Indian and Alaska Native alone5||32,679||1,276||32,661||1,614||32,654||1,415||7||0.0|
|Asian alone or in combination||54,999||1,217||53,387||1,433||56,357||1,556||-2,970*||-5.3*|
|Asian, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander|
|Alone or in combination||54,910||1,179||53,253||1,360||56,357||1,556||-3,104*||-5.5*|
|Asian and/or Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander7||55,001||1,214||53,390||1,428||56,357||1,556||-2,967*||-5.3*|
|Hispanic (of any race)||33,946||584||33,601||663||34,368||675||-767*||-2.2*|
* Significantly different from zero at the 90-percent confidence level. For an explanation of confidence intervals, see, "Standard errors and their use," at www.census.gov/hhes/www/income/data/incpovhlth/2002/p60-221sa.pdf
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2001, 2002, and 2003 Annual Social and Economic Supplements.