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U.S.
Ala.
Alaska
Ariz.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Conn.
Del.
Fla.
Ga.
Hawaii
Idaho
Ill.
Ind.
Iowa
Kans.
Ky.
La.
Maine
Md.
Mass.
Mich.
Minn.
Miss.
Mo.
Mont.
Nebr.
Nev.
N.H.
N.J.
N.M.
N.Y.
N.C.
N.D.
Ohio
Okla.
Ore.
Pa.
R.I.
S.C.
S.D.
Tenn.
Tex.
Utah
Vt.
Va.
Wash.
W.Va.
Wis.
Wyo.
D.C. 

  

$39,945
$33,516
$44,205
$34,553
$32,678
$42,578
$42,226
$54,877
$39,664
$38,222
$34,800
$41,661
$31,986
$42,057
$34,042
$38,084
$39,005
$32,376
$37,021
$36,717
$49,070
$51,302
$34,691
$42,847
$31,046
$36,965
$35,068
$39,674
$36,919
$43,586
$51,167
$33,368
$48,450
$34,977
$42,764
$36,180
$35,396
$36,427
$40,599
$42,095
$32,460
$39,593
$34,955
$37,706
$32,473
$40,098
$44,246
$42,570
$31,999
$38,177
$44,861
$70,044 

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42
8
40
44
12
14
1
21
24
38
17
49
16
41
26
23
47
28
31
4
2
39
10
50
29
35
20
30
9
3
43
5
36
11
33
34
32
18
15
46
22
37
27
45
19
7
13
48
25
6
(1)

Note: Per capita personal income is total personal income divided
by total midyear population. All dollar estimates are in current
dollars (not adjusted for inflation).
Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Tax Foundation
www.TaxFoundation.org

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