How states compare in median household Income
State 2010 2009 Percent change
Maryland $68,854 $70,477 -2.3%
New Jersey $67,681 $69,569 -2.7%
Alaska $64,576 $68,084 -5.2%
Connecticut $64,032 $68,174 -6.1%
Hawaii $63,030 $65,216 -3.4%
Massachusetts $62,072 $65,254 -4.9%
New Hampshire $61,042 $61,723 -1.1%
Virginia $60,674 $60,493 0.3%
California $57,708 $60,198 -4.1%
Delaware $55,847 $57,938 -3.6%
Washington $55,631 $57,416 -3.1%
Minnesota $55,459 $56,592 -2.0%
Utah $54,744 $56,228 -2.6%
New York $54,148 $55,718 -2.8%
Colorado $54,046 $56,366 -4.1%
Wyoming $53,512 $53,829 -0.6%
Illinois $52,972 $54,992 -3.7%
Rhode Island $52,254 $55,084 -5.1%
Nevada $51,001 $54,313 -6.1%
Vermont $49,406 $52,589 -6.1%
Pennsylvania $49,288 $50,473 -2.3%
Wisconsin $49,001 $50,973 -3.9%
North Dakota $48,670 $48,453 0.4%
Texas $48,615 $49,123 -1.0%
Nebraska $48,408 $48,092 0.7%
Kansas $48,257 $48,678 -0.9%
Iowa $47,961 $48,864 -1.8%
Arizona $46,789 $49,677 -5.8%
Oregon $46,560 $49,290 -5.5%
Georgia $46,430 $48,314 -3.9%
South Dakota $45,904 $45,696 0.5%
Maine $45,815 $46,507 -1.5%
Michigan $45,413 $46,078 -1.4%
Ohio $45,090 $46,241 -2.5%
Indiana $44,613 $46,273 -3.6%
Florida $44,409 $45,577 -2.6%
Missouri $44,301 $46,047 -3.8%
Idaho $43,490 $45,791 -5.0%
North Carolina $43,326 $44,467 -2.6%
Montana $42,666 $43,238 -1.3%
Louisiana $42,505 $43,472 -2.2%
New Mexico $42,090 $43,954 -4.2%
Oklahoma $42,072 $42,515 -1.0%
South Carolina $42,018 $43,302 -3.0%
Tennessee $41,461 $42,623 -2.7%
Alabama $40,474 $41,291 -2.0%
Kentucky $40,062 $40,840 -1.9%
Arkansas $38,307 $38,441 -0.3%
West Virginia $38,218 $38,031 0.5%
Mississippi $36,851 $37,144 -0.8%
       
District of Columbia $60,903 $60,433 0.8%
Puerto Rico $18,862 $18,654 1.1%
       
United States $50,046 $51,190 -2.2%
Incomes adjusted for inflation to 2010 dollars.
Source: Census Bureau's 2010 American Community Survey