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State Profile: 2016 Per Capita Income



The following table shows national and state Per Capita Incomes ranked from highest to lowest.

# State Per Capita Income
1 District of Columbia $48,800
2 Connecticut $39,900
3 Massachusetts $38,100
4 Maryland $37,800
5 New Jersey $37,500
6 New Hampshire $35,300
7 Virginia $35,000
8 New York $34,200
8 Alaska $34,200
9 Colorado $33,200
9 Minnesota $33,200
10 North Dakota $33,100
11 Washington $33,000
12 Rhode Island $31,900
13 Illinois $31,500
13 California $31,500
14 Delaware $31,100
15 Hawaii $31,000
16 Vermont $30,700
17 Wyoming $30,100
17 Pennsylvania $30,100
18 Wisconsin $29,300
19 Iowa $28,900
20 Oregon $28,800
21 Nebraska $28,600
22 Kansas $28,500
22 Maine $28,500
23 TEXAS $27,800
23 Ohio $27,800
24 Florida $27,600
25 Michigan $27,500
25 South Dakota $27,500
26 Montana $27,300
26 Nevada $27,300
27 Missouri $27,000
28 North Carolina $26,800
29 Arizona $26,700
29 Georgia $26,700
30 Indiana $26,100
31 Tennessee $26,000
32 Oklahoma $25,600
32 Utah $25,600
33 South Carolina $25,500
33 Louisiana $25,500
34 Kentucky $24,800
35 Alabama $24,700
36 New Mexico $24,500
37 Idaho $24,300
38 West Virginia $24,000
39 Arkansas $23,400
40 Mississippi $21,700
41 Puerto Rico $11,700

Source: U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey(ACS), 2012-16 five-year estimates.


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