US Median Household Income by States [Report 2021]

Median Household Income or Median Income represented the idea of the income amount in the past 12 months, including the income of householders from 15 years and over whether they are related to the household or not. It is an income in which half of the households in a county earn more, and half of the households earn less. Median Household Income is based on the American Community Survey(ACS) collected data by the US Census Bureau.

Data of Median Household Income by States

Here is a list of 50 US States by Median Household Income:

1. Maryland$84,805
2. New Jersey$82,545
3. Hawaii$81,275
4. Massachusetts$81,215
5. Connecticut$78,444
6. Alaska$77,640
7. New Hampshire$76,768
8. California$75,235
9. Virginia$74,222
10. Washington$73,775
11. Utah$71,621
12. Colorado$72,331
13. Minnesota$71,306
14. New York$68,486
15. Delaware$68,287
16. Rhode Island$67,167
17. Illinois$65,886
18. North Dakota$64,894
19. Wyoming$64,049
20. Oregon$62,818
21. Vermont$61,973
22. Texas$61,874
23. Wisconsin$61,747
24. Pennsylvania$61,744
25. Nebraska$61,439
26. Iowa$60,523
27. Nevada$60,365
28. Kansas$59,597
29. Arizona$58,945
30. Georgia$58,700
31. South Dakota$58,275
32. Maine$57,918
33. Michigan$57,144
34. Idaho$55,785
35. Florida$55,660
36. Ohio$56,602
37. Indiana$56,303
38. Missouri$55,461
39. Montana$54,970
40. North Carolina$54,602
41. Tennessee$53,320
42. South Carolina$53,199
43. Oklahoma$52,919
44. Kentucky$50,589
45. Alabama$50,536
46. New Mexico$49,754
47. Louisiana$49,469
48. Arkansas$47,597
49. West Virginia$46,711
50. Mississippi$45,081

Median Household Income is used to track the progress in communities. However, this measurement has some drawbacks. These data are collected through interviews, surveys, and so on. For this very reason, there is a margin of error, especially sampling errors.  Even so, these data give us the perfect picture of the median income of every state. 

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