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Economy Statistics > Personal income (per capita) (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Total personal income for third quarter 2005. Per capita figures expressed per 1 population.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     District of Columbia: $55,994.23 per capita 
# 2     Connecticut: $47,886.26 per capita 
# 3     Massachusetts: $44,182.12 per capita 
# 4     New Jersey: $43,900.93 per capita 
# 5     Maryland: $41,929.24 per capita 
# 6     New York: $40,272.29 per capita 
# 7     New Hampshire: $38,590.32 per capita 
# 8     Virginia: $38,472.59 per capita 
# 9     Colorado: $38,020.21 per capita 
# 10     Minnesota: $37,314.34 per capita 
# 11     California: $37,094.92 per capita 
# 12     Delaware: $36,998.36 per capita 
# 13     Nevada: $36,395.46 per capita 
# 14     Rhode Island: $36,289.17 per capita 
# 15     Wyoming: $36,271.78 per capita 
# 16     Illinois: $36,172.58 per capita 
# 17     Washington: $36,041.14 per capita 
# 18     Alaska: $35,732.10 per capita 
# 19     Pennsylvania: $35,029.00 per capita 
# 20     Hawaii: $34,669.24 per capita 
# 21     Wisconsin: $33,503.84 per capita 
# 22     Florida: $33,429.82 per capita 
# 23     Nebraska: $33,295.68 per capita 
# 24     Vermont: $33,250.94 per capita 
# 25     Michigan: $33,235.32 per capita 
# 26     Kansas: $32,730.87 per capita 
# 27     Ohio: $32,596.18 per capita 
# 28     Texas: $32,575.07 per capita 
# 29     Iowa: $32,274.52 per capita 
# 30     Oregon: $32,069.54 per capita 
# 31     Missouri: $32,036.56 per capita 
# 32     Maine: $31,418.72 per capita 
# 33     Indiana: $31,347.55 per capita 
# 34     Georgia: $31,270.72 per capita 
# 35     North Dakota: $31,248.18 per capita 
# 36     Tennessee: $31,241.70 per capita 
# 37     South Dakota: $31,068.40 per capita 
# 38     North Carolina: $30,660.21 per capita 
# 39     Arizona: $30,239.46 per capita 
# 40     Montana: $29,445.21 per capita 
# 41     Oklahoma: $29,419.79 per capita 
# 42     Alabama: $29,397.03 per capita 
# 43     Kentucky: $28,578.34 per capita 
# 44     South Carolina: $28,496.27 per capita 
# 45     Idaho: $28,123.37 per capita 
# 46     Utah: $28,107.96 per capita 
# 47     New Mexico: $27,634.02 per capita 
# 48     West Virginia: $27,217.90 per capita 
# 49     Arkansas: $27,152.87 per capita 
# 50     Mississippi: $25,817.78 per capita 
# 51     Louisiana: $21,439.21 per capita 
Weighted average: $33,874.10 per capita  
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"Personal income (per capita) by state", Bureau of Economic Analysis regional data, 2005. Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/eco_per_inc_percap-economy-personal-income-per-capita

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