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Median household income (in 2022 dollars), 2018-2022

$0
$11,000
$22,000
$33,000
$44,000
$55,000
$66,000
$77,000
$88,000
$99,000
$110,000
District of Columbia
$101,722
Maryland
$98,461
New Jersey
$97,126
Massachusetts
$96,505
Hawaii
$94,814
California
$91,905
New Hampshire
$90,845
Washington
$90,325
Connecticut
$90,213
Colorado
$87,598
Virginia
$87,249
Utah
$86,833
Alaska
$86,370
Minnesota
$84,313
New York
$81,386
Rhode Island
$81,370
Delaware
$79,325
Illinois
$78,433
Oregon
$76,632
Vermont
$74,014
North Dakota
$73,959
Pennsylvania
$73,170
Texas
$73,035
Arizona
$72,581
Wyoming
$72,495
Wisconsin
$72,458
Nebraska
$71,722
Nevada
$71,646
Georgia
$71,355
Iowa
$70,571
Idaho
$70,214
Kansas
$69,747
South Dakota
$69,457
Michigan
$68,505
Maine
$68,251
Florida
$67,917
Indiana
$67,173
Ohio
$66,990
Montana
$66,341
North Carolina
$66,186
Missouri
$65,920
Tennessee
$64,035
South Carolina
$63,623
Oklahoma
$61,364
Kentucky
$60,183
Alabama
$59,609
New Mexico
$58,722
Louisiana
$57,852
Arkansas
$56,335
West Virginia
$55,217
Mississippi
$52,985
Puerto Rico
$24,002
$0
$11,000
$22,000
$33,000
$44,000
$55,000
$66,000
$77,000
$88,000
$99,000
$110,000
Value Notes

Methodology differences may exist between data sources, and so estimates from different sources are not comparable.

Some estimates presented here come from sample data, and thus have sampling errors that may render some apparent differences between geographies statistically indistinguishable. Click the Quick Info icon to the left of each row in TABLE view to learn about sampling error.

The vintage year (e.g., V2023) refers to the final year of the series (2020 thru 2023). Different vintage years of estimates are not comparable.

In Vintage 2022, as a result of the formal request from the state, Connecticut transitioned from eight counties to nine planning regions. For more details, please see the Vintage 2022 release notes available here: Release Notes.

Users should exercise caution when comparing 2018-2022 ACS 5-year estimates to other ACS estimates. For more information, please visit the 2022 5-year ACS Comparison Guidance page.

Fact Notes Value Flags

QuickFacts data are derived from: Population Estimates, American Community Survey, Census of Population and Housing, Current Population Survey, Small Area Health Insurance Estimates, Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates, State and County Housing Unit Estimates, County Business Patterns, Nonemployer Statistics, Economic Census, Survey of Business Owners, Building Permits.

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