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Income 2004

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 Three-Year-Average Median Household Income by State: 2002-2004
(Income in 2004 dollars)
  3-year-average median1 (2002-2004)
           
       Number of states2  with median income:
      Not Higher Lower
  Median Standard statistically than than
     States income error different state of state of
  (dollars) (dollars) from : interest interest
United States 44,473 126
New Hampshire 57,352 938 4 0 45
New Jersey 56,772 920 5 0 44
Maryland 56,763 1,067 5 0 44
Connecticut 55,970 1,089 5 0 44
Minnesota 55,914 842 5 0 44
Alaska 54,627 992 6 1 42
Virginia 53,275 969 4 5 40
Hawaii 53,123 1,049 4 5 40
Massachusetts 52,354 959 5 6 38
Colorado 51,022 994 6 6 37
Utah 50,614 707 4 8 37
Delaware 50,152 1,071 5 8 36
California 49,894 543 4 9 36
Washington 48,688 840 4 11 34
Wisconsin 47,220 782 5 13 31
Nevada 46,984 991 5 13 31
Rhode Island 46,199 997 7 14 28
Illinois 45,787 669 6 14 29
Vermont 45,692 747 10 14 25
Nebraska 44,623 888 14 16 19
Michigan 44,476 704 13 16 20
Pennsylvania 44,286 619 13 17 19
New York 44,228 545 12 18 19
Ohio 44,160 642 14 18 17
Missouri 43,988 710 13 19 17
Kansas 43,725 981 14 18 17
Wyoming 43,641 743 13 19 17
District of Columbia 43,003 813   0
Georgia 43,217 667 13 19 17
Iowa 43,042 846 13 19 17
Indiana 43,003 686 13 19 17
Oregon 42,617 688 10 23 16
Arizona 42,590 873 13 20 16
Idaho 42,519 824 10 23 16
Texas 41,275 458 5 30 14
South Dakota 40,518 706 6 33 10
Florida 40,171 536 6 33 10
North Dakota 39,594 695 8 34 7
Maine 39,395 721 9 34 6
South Carolina 39,326 807 9 34 6
North Carolina 39,000 598 9 34 6
Tennessee 38,550 807 8 36 5
Oklahoma 38,281 603 8 36 5
Alabama 38,111 962 8 36 5
New Mexico 37,587 902 7 37 5
Kentucky 37,396 700 4 40 5
Louisiana 35,523 859 2 45 2
Montana 35,201 734 3 45 1
Arkansas 33,948 606 4 45 0
Mississippi 33,659 719 3 46 0
West Virginia 32,589 687 2 47 0
1/ The 3-year-average median is the sum of 3 inflation-adjusted single-year medians divided by 3.
2/ Excludes the District of Columbia.
Source:  U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey,  2003, 2004, and 2005 Annual Social and Economic Supplements.
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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division
Last Revised: August 30, 2005