Department of Numbers

Income Statistics by State

The table below shows 2016 Census ACS state income statistics including median household income, median family income and per capita income for the US, 50 states and the District of Columbia. 2018 income data will be released in September of 2017. Click on a heading to sort; click on a state for more detail.

State Median
Household
Income
Median
Family
Income
Per
Capita
Income
US $57,617 $71,062 $31,128
Alabama $46,257 $59,764 $25,810
Alaska $76,440 $88,604 $34,187
Arizona $53,558 $63,877 $27,997
Arkansas $44,334 $55,484 $24,264
California $67,739 $77,359 $33,389
Colorado $65,685 $80,761 $34,542
Connecticut $73,433 $94,449 $41,087
Delaware $61,757 $74,251 $31,712
District of Columbia $75,506 $98,498 $50,567
Florida $50,860 $61,289 $28,621
Georgia $53,559 $65,018 $28,183
Hawaii $74,511 $86,768 $32,634
Idaho $51,807 $63,182 $25,678
Illinois $60,960 $76,950 $32,849
Indiana $52,314 $66,032 $27,464
Iowa $56,247 $72,351 $30,047
Kansas $54,935 $70,792 $28,950
Kentucky $46,659 $59,023 $26,046
Louisiana $45,146 $57,490 $25,664
Maine $53,079 $68,277 $29,604
Maryland $78,945 $95,336 $38,662
Massachusetts $75,297 $95,207 $39,771
Michigan $52,492 $67,330 $29,128
Minnesota $65,599 $83,344 $34,515
Mississippi $41,754 $52,672 $22,694
Missouri $51,746 $65,058 $28,406
Montana $50,027 $66,288 $28,933
Nebraska $56,927 $73,488 $29,910
Nevada $55,180 $65,384 $28,117
New Hampshire $70,936 $86,696 $36,320
New Jersey $76,126 $94,546 $38,911
New Mexico $46,748 $56,802 $25,146
New York $62,909 $77,379 $35,534
North Carolina $50,584 $62,289 $28,156
North Dakota $60,656 $79,530 $33,339
Ohio $52,334 $66,722 $29,164
Oklahoma $49,176 $61,633 $25,880
Oregon $57,532 $70,929 $30,822
Pennsylvania $56,907 $72,313 $31,272
Rhode Island $60,596 $77,940 $33,008
South Carolina $49,501 $61,535 $27,016
South Dakota $54,467 $70,853 $28,585
Tennessee $48,547 $60,659 $27,087
Texas $56,565 $67,025 $28,714
Utah $65,977 $74,181 $26,993
Vermont $57,677 $74,805 $31,836
Virginia $68,114 $83,306 $36,206
Washington $67,106 $81,234 $35,284
West Virginia $43,385 $56,703 $24,769
Wisconsin $56,811 $72,891 $30,902
Wyoming $59,882 $73,574 $30,042