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  Census >ACS Home > Ranking Tables 2003 Index (Main) > Median Family Income… (Place Level)
Median Family Income (In 2003 Inflation-adjusted Dollars)
Families (Place level)
Rank Place Median Lower Bound Upper Bound
1 San Jose city, CA 73,978 69,266 78,690
2 Anchorage municipality, AK 67,884 65,928 69,840
3 San Francisco city, CA 67,809 64,338 71,280
4 Seattle city, WA 66,752 60,880 72,624
5 Virginia Beach city, VA 60,611 55,448 65,774
6 Honolulu CDP, HI 60,348 56,789 63,907
7 Colorado Springs city, CO 59,035 52,068 66,002
8 Raleigh city, NC 58,728 50,913 66,543
9 Lexington-Fayette, KY 58,677 49,239 68,115
10 Arlington city, TX 57,156 53,063 61,249
11 San Diego city, CA 56,905 53,035 60,775
12 St. Paul city, MN 54,449 50,280 58,618
13 Charlotte city, NC 54,294 45,909 62,679
14 Boston city, MA 53,635 47,570 59,700
15 Minneapolis city, MN 52,661 46,239 59,083
16 Anaheim city, CA 52,639 44,108 61,170
17 Las Vegas city, NV 51,968 48,068 55,868
18 Oakland city, CA 51,898 42,302 61,494
19 Denver city, CO 51,686 47,179 56,193
20 Aurora city, CO 51,554 43,364 59,744
21 Portland city, OR 51,543 49,627 53,459
22 Omaha city, NE 51,519 49,714 53,324
22 Austin city, TX 51,519 46,017 57,021
24 Nashville-Davidson (balance), TN 51,055 47,367 54,743
25 Bakersfield city, CA 50,907 45,688 56,126
26 Corpus Christi city, TX 50,613 44,148 57,078
27 Indianapolis city (balance), IN 50,587 48,168 53,006
28 Jacksonville city, FL 50,551 47,501 53,601
29 Washington city, DC 50,243 46,885 53,601
30 Wichita city, KS 49,789 46,828 52,750
31 Albuquerque city, NM 49,677 46,446 52,908
32 Columbus city, OH 49,046 47,769 50,323
33 Riverside city, CA 48,905 40,428 57,382
34 Kansas City city, MO 48,532 44,159 52,905
35 Mesa city, AZ 48,339 43,901 52,777
36 Sacramento city, CA 47,286 41,841 52,731
37 Pittsburgh city, PA 46,157 41,125 51,189
38 Fort Worth city, TX 45,492 42,002 48,982
39 Stockton city, CA 45,125 35,888 54,362
40 Oklahoma City city, OK 44,565 40,040 49,090
41 Los Angeles city, CA 44,479 42,486 46,472
42 Tulsa city, OK 44,458 40,041 48,875
43 San Antonio city, TX 44,329 41,958 46,700
44 New York city, NY 44,131 42,703 45,559
45 Phoenix city, AZ 43,872 41,118 46,626
46 Chicago city, IL 43,848 41,898 45,798
47 Toledo city, OH 43,379 40,823 45,935
48 Long Beach city, CA 42,049 32,468 51,630
49 Philadelphia city, PA 41,577 39,207 43,947
50 Tampa city, FL 41,307 37,494 45,120
51 Dallas city, TX 41,049 38,657 43,441
52 Atlanta city, GA 40,614 34,248 46,980
53 Tucson city, AZ 40,108 38,681 41,535
54 Houston city, TX 40,043 38,123 41,963
55 Milwaukee city, WI 39,443 35,218 43,668
56 Baltimore city, MD 38,510 34,645 42,375
57 Cincinnati city, OH 38,151 31,992 44,310
58 Fresno city, CA 37,200 33,602 40,798
59 Santa Ana city, CA 36,962 30,699 43,225
60 El Paso city, TX 36,338 32,978 39,698
61 St. Louis city, MO 35,912 33,067 38,757
62 New Orleans city, LA 35,677 32,517 38,837
63 Buffalo city, NY 35,620 30,649 40,591
64 Memphis city, TN 35,309 31,972 38,646
65 Newark city, NJ 34,606 27,840 41,372
66 Detroit city, MI 30,520 27,397 33,643
67 Miami city, FL 28,623 23,398 33,848
68 Cleveland city, OH 28,108 23,592 32,624

  
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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2003 American Community Survey

Notes

The table above shows the margin of error, represented by the lower and upper bounds of the 90-percent confidence interval. The confidence interval gives a range of values likely to include the population true value.  The smaller the confidence interval the more precise the estimate of the characteristic of interest.

An "N" entry in the estimate, lower bound, and upper bound columns indicates that data for this geographic area cannot be displayed because the number of sample cases is too small.

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