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Income and Poverty 2017

 

Area

Population

2017

Median

Household

Income

Median

Female

Earning

Median

 Male

Earning

Poverty

Rate

Children

under 18

in poverty

United States

325,

719,178

60,336

41,453

51,284

13.4%

18.4%

Alabama

4,874,747

48,123

35,414

48,199

16.9%

24.6%

Alaska

739,795

73,181

47,472

57,943

11.1%

14.9%

Arizona

7,016,270

56,581

39,675

46,681

14.9%

20.8%

Arkansas

3,004,279

45,869

34,154

43,266

16.4%

22.5%

California

39,536,653

71,805

46,783

52,487

13.3%

18.1%

Colorado

5,607,154

69,117

44,733

54,869

10.3%

12.0%

Connecticut

3,588,184

74,168

52,120

62,976

9.6%

12.6%

Delaware

961,939

62,852

47,052

41,453

13.6%

18.5%

District of

Columbia

693,972

82,372

66,679

74,877

16.6%

25.6%

Florida

20,984,400

52,594

36,746

42,261

14.0%

20.3%

Georgia

10,429,379

56,183

38,958

47,114

14.9%

21.0%

Hawaii

1,427,538

77,765

41,664

51,594

9.5%

11.5%

Idaho

1,716,943

52,225

34,665

46,241

12.8%

15.3%

Illinois

12,802,023

62,992

43,149

55,585

12.6%

17.0%

Indiana

6,666,818

54,181

37,167

50,782

13.5%

18.4%

Iowa

3,145,711

58,570

39,658

50,295

10.7%

12.3%

Kansas

2.913,123

56,422

37,931

49,267

11.9%

14.8%

Kentucky

4,454,189

48,375

36,487

46,289

17.2%

22.4%

Louisiana

4,684,333

46,145

34,708

50,445

19.7%

28.0%

Maine

1,335,907

56,277

40,618

49,476

11.1%

13.`%

Maryland

6,052,177

80,776

52,381

61,263

9.3%

12.0%

Massachusetts

6,859,819

77,385

54,646

65,939

10.5%

13.5%

Michigan

9,962,311

54,909

40,453

51,749

14.2%

19.7%

Minnesota

5,576,606

68,388

45,798

55,812

9.5%

11.8%

Mississippi

2,984,100

43,529

32,441

42,287

19.8%

26.9%

Missouri

6,113,532

53,578

37,339

47,436

13.4%

18.6%

Montana

1,050,493

53,386

35,964

45,616

12.5%

14.7%

Nebraska

1,920,076

59,970

38,726

50,293

10.8%

14.1%

Nevada

2,998,039

58,003

37,880

45,439

13.0%

18.5%

New Hampshire

1,342,795

73,381

46,044

57,966

7.7%

10.3%

New Jersey

9,005,644

80,088

51,538

64,497

10.0%

13.9%

New Mexico

2,088,070

46,744

35,523

42,690

19.7%

27.2%

New York

19,849,399

64,894

48,901

41,453

14.1%

19.7%

North Carolina

10,273,419

52,752

38,784

41,453

14.7%

21.2%

North Dakota

755,393

61,843

40,964

41,453

10.3%

10.9%

Ohio

11,658,609

54,021

39,774

41,453

14.0%

20.1%

Oklahoma

3,930,864

50,051

35,488

46,114

15.8%

21.5%

Oregon

4,142,776

60,212

41,572

50,965

13.2%

16.5%

Pennsylvania

12,805,537

59,195

41,929

52,111

12.5%

17.0%

Rhode Island

1,059,639

63,870

46,146

55,183

11.6%

16.6%

South Carolina

5,024,369

50,570

35,142

41,453

15.4%

22.6%

South Dakota

869,666

56,521

35,424

46,170

13.0%

16.6%

Tennessee

6,715,984

51,340

36,812

45,032

15.0%

21.2%

Texas

28,304,596

59,206

40,236

49,414

14.7%

20.9%

Utah

3,101,833

68,358

37,252

52,249

9.7%

10.7%

Vermont

623,657

57,513

41,976

48,924

11.3%

13.8%

Virginia

8,470,020

71,535

45,692

57,690

10.6%

14.0%

Washington

7,405,743

70,979

47,681

60,893

11.0%

14.3%

West Virginia

1,815,857

43,469

35,078

47,425

19.1%

25.9%

Wisconsin

5,795,483

59,305

40,930

51,346

11.3%

14.5%

Wyoming

579,315

60,434

40,200

51,948

11.3%

13.3%

Puerto Rico

3,337,177

19,343

 

 

44.4%

57.8%

United States

332,

393,532

60,336

41,453

51,284

13.4%

18.4%

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