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Table 25. Median household income, by state: Selected years, 1990 through 2010
[In constant 2010 dollars]
State 19901 20002 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
United States $51,028 $54,951 $51,600 ($70) $52,400 ($50) $53,400 ($50) $52,700 ($40) $51,100 ($50) $50,000 ($40)
Alabama 40,062 44,667 41,200 (360) 41,900 (340) 42,600 (270) 43,200 (420) 41,200 (330) 40,500 (290)
Alaska 70,301 67,483 62,800 (1,230) 64,200 (950) 67,700 (1,020) 69,300 (1,180) 68,100 (1,440) 64,600 (1,270)
Arizona 46,757 53,072 49,500 (440) 51,100 (290) 52,500 (320) 51,600 (310) 49,500 (300) 46,800 (320)
Arkansas 35,903 42,111 39,100 (410) 39,600 (320) 40,100 (470) 39,300 (430) 38,400 (390) 38,300 (390)
California 60,777 62,147 59,900 (220) 61,300 (160) 63,000 (190) 61,800 (150) 59,900 (170) 57,700 (220)
                             
Colorado 51,171 61,767 56,600 (380) 56,200 (320) 58,100 (420) 57,700 (380) 56,300 (440) 54,000 (440)
Connecticut 70,833 70,576 68,100 (550) 68,600 (540) 69,400 (520) 69,500 (700) 68,100 (610) 64,000 (660)
Delaware 59,210 62,000 58,600 (960) 57,100 (930) 57,400 (1,010) 58,700 (990) 57,800 (1,080) 55,800 (910)
District of Columbia 52,167 52,508 52,700 (1,310) 56,100 (800) 57,100 (1,270) 58,700 (1,480) 60,300 (1,060) 60,900 (940)
Florida 46,660 50,796 47,400 (180) 49,200 (160) 50,300 (220) 48,400 (220) 45,500 (180) 44,400 (200)
                             
Georgia 49,271 55,525 50,900 (300) 50,600 (260) 51,700 (310) 51,500 (250) 48,400 (260) 46,400 (290)
Hawaii 65,923 65,192 64,900 (1,340) 66,100 (760) 67,000 (1,230) 68,100 (1,150) 65,200 (970) 63,000 (950)
Idaho 42,881 49,165 46,300 (570) 46,400 (580) 48,600 (480) 48,200 (590) 45,700 (590) 43,500 (610)
Illinois 54,757 60,965 56,100 (230) 56,200 (180) 56,900 (240) 56,900 (220) 54,900 (250) 53,000 (270)
Indiana 48,891 54,392 49,100 (340) 49,100 (280) 49,900 (240) 48,600 (330) 46,200 (280) 44,600 (270)
                             
Iowa 44,531 51,647 48,700 (350) 48,100 (340) 49,700 (370) 49,600 (400) 48,800 (260) 48,000 (390)
Kansas 46,334 53,158 47,900 (500) 49,200 (330) 49,900 (410) 50,800 (290) 48,600 (410) 48,300 (530)
Kentucky 38,258 44,061 41,700 (330) 42,600 (350) 42,300 (330) 42,100 (270) 40,700 (330) 40,100 (310)
Louisiana 37,264 42,614 41,000 (390) 42,500 (400) 43,000 (290) 44,300 (390) 43,200 (390) 42,500 (430)
Maine 47,290 48,730 47,800 (660) 47,000 (510) 48,300 (450) 47,200 (550) 46,500 (580) 45,800 (580)
                             
Maryland 66,868 69,180 68,800 (400) 70,400 (430) 71,600 (470) 71,400 (380) 70,400 (430) 68,900 (560)
Massachusetts 62,736 66,084 63,900 (470) 64,800 (410) 65,600 (330) 66,200 (370) 65,100 (420) 62,100 (250)
Michigan 52,665 58,449 51,400 (300) 51,000 (210) 50,400 (250) 49,200 (260) 46,000 (220) 45,400 (190)
Minnesota 52,476 61,647 58,100 (250) 58,400 (290) 58,700 (390) 58,000 (320) 56,500 (340) 55,500 (280)
Mississippi 34,186 40,997 36,800 (420) 37,300 (400) 38,200 (440) 38,300 (420) 37,300 (430) 36,900 (390)
                             
Missouri 44,757 49,638 46,900 (240) 46,300 (300) 47,400 (310) 47,500 (230) 46,000 (320) 44,300 (310)
Montana 39,028 43,213 43,900 (660) 43,900 (460) 45,800 (660) 44,200 (780) 43,000 (660) 42,700 (690)
Nebraska 44,169 51,360 49,000 (520) 49,200 (380) 49,500 (440) 50,300 (500) 48,100 (500) 48,400 (550)
Nevada 52,650 58,336 54,900 (600) 57,300 (690) 57,900 (600) 57,100 (490) 54,200 (610) 51,000 (480)
New Hampshire 61,678 64,730 63,400 (680) 64,500 (810) 65,600 (730) 64,500 (1,010) 61,600 (860) 61,000 (700)
                             
New Jersey 69,485 72,161 68,900 (360) 69,700 (430) 70,500 (370) 71,300 (320) 69,500 (410) 67,700 (460)
New Mexico 40,894 44,664 41,900 (510) 43,900 (470) 43,600 (430) 44,100 (560) 43,700 (640) 42,100 (450)
New York 55,967 56,782 55,300 (290) 55,600 (170) 56,300 (220) 56,700 (230) 55,600 (240) 54,100 (230)
North Carolina 45,241 51,274 45,500 (220) 46,100 (290) 47,000 (280) 47,100 (260) 44,400 (230) 43,300 (220)
North Dakota 39,410 45,281 45,800 (480) 45,300 (660) 46,000 (770) 46,300 (600) 48,600 (610) 48,700 (960)
                             
Ohio 48,736 53,593 48,600 (230) 48,200 (230) 49,000 (190) 48,600 (200) 46,100 (220) 45,100 (180)
Oklahoma 40,028 43,705 41,400 (380) 41,900 (430) 43,700 (250) 43,400 (440) 42,400 (310) 42,100 (250)
Oregon 46,264 53,540 48,000 (400) 50,000 (330) 51,200 (440) 50,800 (320) 49,300 (380) 46,600 (330)
Pennsylvania 49,353 52,480 49,700 (270) 50,000 (190) 51,100 (190) 51,400 (160) 50,300 (180) 49,300 (260)
Rhode Island 54,636 55,076 57,500 (930) 56,000 (760) 56,300 (860) 56,400 (1,100) 55,000 (940) 52,300 (760)
                             
South Carolina 44,577 48,523 43,900 (420) 44,400 (280) 45,600 (410) 45,200 (390) 43,100 (350) 42,000 (260)
South Dakota 38,205 46,168 45,000 (600) 46,300 (650) 45,700 (600) 46,600 (720) 45,800 (750) 45,900 (740)
Tennessee 42,117 47,579 43,400 (330) 43,600 (280) 44,600 (220) 44,200 (260) 42,400 (270) 41,500 (240)
Texas 45,867 52,246 47,100 (170) 48,600 (190) 50,000 (200) 50,700 (140) 49,100 (150) 48,600 (210)
Utah 50,033 59,834 53,500 (640) 55,500 (380) 58,000 (490) 57,300 (430) 56,000 (500) 54,700 (380)
                             
Vermont 50,580 53,462 51,000 (810) 51,500 (830) 52,500 (750) 52,800 (600) 52,500 (590) 49,400 (900)
Virginia 56,583 61,079 60,600 (370) 60,900 (300) 62,600 (380) 62,000 (270) 60,300 (300) 60,700 (280)
Washington 52,942 59,900 55,000 (440) 56,900 (310) 58,500 (320) 58,800 (350) 57,500 (330) 55,600 (330)
West Virginia 35,305 38,858 37,400 (540) 37,900 (410) 39,000 (490) 38,500 (630) 38,100 (440) 38,200 (540)
Wisconsin 49,986 57,302 52,600 (270) 52,700 (290) 53,200 (230) 52,800 (220) 50,800 (250) 49,000 (300)
Wyoming 46,003 49,583 51,600 (1,030) 51,300 (970) 54,400 (850) 53,900 (1,230) 53,500 (1,160) 53,500 (1,150)
1 Based on 1989 incomes collected in the 1990 census.
2 Based on 1999 incomes collected in the 2000 census.
NOTE: Constant dollars adjusted by the Consumer Price Index research series using current methods (CPI-U-RS). Standard errors appear in parentheses.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, 1990 Summary Tape File 3 (STF 3), "Median Household Income in 1989," retrieved May 12, 2005, from http://factfinder.census.gov/servlet/DTGeoSearchByListServlet?ds_name=DEC_1990_STF3_&_lang=en&_ts=134048804959;
Decennial Census, 2000, Summary Social, Economic, and Housing Characteristics; Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4), retrieved March 28, 2005, from http://factfinder.census.gov/servlet/DTGeoSearchByListServlet?ds_name=DEC_2000_SF4_U&_lang=en&_ts=134049420077; and American Community Survey, 2005 through 2010. (This table was prepared September 2011.)

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