Ranking All 50 States by Median Household Income

With a GDP of over 19 trillion there’s plenty of money flowing in the U.S, but everyone knows the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. So let’s look at the average household income in each state and see who’s living the good life and who’s worse off.


Rank State Median Household Income
1 Maryland $70,004
2 New Jersey $69,825
3 California $67,458
4 Connecticut $65,753
5 Massachusetts $64,859
6 New Hampshire $64,712
7 Virginia $62,881
8 Hawaii $62,814
9 Minnesota $61,814
10 Alaska $60,287
11 Delaware $57,954
12 Washington $57,835
13 Wyoming $56,322
14 Utah $55,869
15 Colorado $55,387
16 New York $55,246
17 Rhode Island $53,636
18 Illinois $53,234
19 Vermont $52,776
20 North Dakota $51,704
21 Wisconsin $50,395
22 Nebraska $50,296
23 Pennsylvania $50,228
24 Iowa $49,427
25 Texas $49,392
26 Kansas $48,964
27 Nevada $48,927
28 South Dakota $48,321
29 Oregon $46,816
30 Arizona $46,709
31 Indiana $46,438
32 Maine $46,033
33 Georgia $46,007
34 Michigan $45,981
35 Ohio $45,749
36 Missouri $45,247
37 Florida $44,299
38 Montana $44,222
39 North Carolina $43,916
40 Idaho $43,341
41 Oklahoma $43,225
42 South Carolina $42,367
43 New Mexico $41,963
44 Louisiana $41,734
45 Tennessee $41,693
46 Alabama $41,415
47 Kentucky $41,141
48 Arkansas $38,758
49 West Virginia $38,482
50 Mississippi $36,919

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