U.S. Department of Commerce

State Rankings -- Statistical Abstract of the United States

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME, 2008

[When states share the same rank, the next lower rank is omitted. Because of rounded data, states may have identical values shown, but different ranks. Cautionary note]

State Dollars Rank
    United States 52,029 (X)
Alabama 42,666 46
Alaska 68,460 4
Arizona 50,958 22
Arkansas 38,815 48
California 61,021 9
Colorado 56,993 13
Connecticut 68,595 3
Delaware 57,989 11
District of Columbia 57,936 (X)
Florida 47,778 33
Georgia 50,861 23
Hawaii 67,214 5
Idaho 47,576 34
Illinois 56,235 16
Indiana 47,966 32
Iowa 48,980 29
Kansas 50,177 25
Kentucky 41,538 47
Louisiana 43,733 41
Maine 46,581 36
Maryland 70,545 1
Massachusetts 65,401 6
Michigan 48,591 30
Minnesota 57,288 12
Mississippi 37,790 50
Missouri 46,867 35
Montana 43,654 42
Nebraska 49,693 28
Nevada 56,361 15
New Hampshire 63,731 7
New Jersey 70,378 2
New Mexico 43,508 44
New York 56,033 17
North Carolina 46,549 37
North Dakota 45,685 39
Ohio 47,988 31
Oklahoma 42,822 45
Oregon 50,169 26
Pennsylvania 50,713 24
Rhode Island 55,701 18
South Carolina 43,625 40
South Dakota 46,032 38
Tennessee 43,614 43
Texas 50,043 27
Utah 56,633 14
Vermont 52,104 20
Virginia 61,233 8
Washington 58,078 10
West Virginia 37,989 49
Wisconsin 52,094 21
Wyoming 53,207 19

Symbol
X Not applicable.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau,
2008 American Community Survey;
1-Year Estimates R1901. Median Household Income
(In 2008 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars): 2008; using American FactFinder
http://factfinder.census.gov/

For more information:
American Community Survey