STAR INFORMATION – Income Distribution in the United States of America

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—Household income in the United States

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Household_income_in_the_United_States

Source:  SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2005[5]

Income range

Households
(thousands)

Percent

Percent below

Mean number of earners

Mean household size

$0 to $25,000 (28.22%)

0

2

Under $2,500

2,566

2.26%

0

0.23

1.97

$2,500 to $4,999

1,389

1.22%

2.26%

0.52

2.04

$5,000 to $7,499

2,490

2.20%

3.48%

0.39

1.76

$7,500 to $9,999

3,360

2.96%

5.68%

0.33

1.66

$10,000 to $12,499

4,013

3.54%

8.64%

0.46

1.71

$12,500 to $14,999

3,543

3.13%

12.18%

0.50

1.84

$15,000 to $17,499

3,760

3.32%

15.31%

0.67

1.99

$17,500 to $19,999

3,438

3.03%

18.63%

0.73

2.10

$20,000 to $22,499

4,061

3.58%

21.66%

0.84

2.11

$22,500 to $24,999

3,375

2.98%

25.24%

0.79

2.14

$25,000 to $50,000 (26.65%)

1

2.5

$25,000 to $27,499

3,938

3.48%

28.22%

0.93

2.21

$27,500 to $29,999

2,889

2.55%

31.70%

1.01

2.30

$30,000 to $32,499

3,921

3.46%

34.25%

1.12

2.38

$32,500 to $34,999

2,727

2.41%

37.71%

1.17

2.39

$35,000 to $37,499

3,360

2.96%

40.12%

1.22

2.36

$37,500 to $39,999

2,633

2.32%

43.08%

1.25

2.49

$40,000 to $42,499

3,378

2.98%

45.40%

1.31

2.46

$42,500 to $44,999

2,294

2.02%

48.38%

1.38

2.60

National Median

$44,389

50.00%

1.35

2.57

$45,000 to $47,499

2,700

2.38%

50.40%

1.39

2.60

$47,500 to $49,999

2,371

2.09%

52.78%

1.49

2.62

$50,000 to $75,000 (18.27%)

2

3

$50,000 to $52,499

3,071

2.71%

54.87%

1.46

2.60

$52,500 to $54,999

2,006

1.77%

57.58%

1.58

2.72

$55,000 to $57,499

2,420

2.13%

59.35%

1.61

2.75

$57,500 to $59,999

1,786

1.57%

61.48%

1.70

2.87

$60,000 to $62,499

2,566

2.26%

63.05%

1.63

2.82

$62,500 to $64,999

1,774

1.56%

65.31%

1.79

2.89

$65,000 to $67,499

2,101

1.85%

66.87%

1.81

2.93

$67,500 to $69,999

1,637

1.44%

68.72%

1.74

2.80

$70,000 to $72,499

1,978

1.74%

70.16%

1.77

2.88

$72,500 to $74,999

1,413

1.24%

71.90%

1.82

3.00

$75,000 to $100,000 (10.93%)

2

3

$75,000 to $77,499

1,802

1.59%

73.14%

1.82

2.95

$77,500 to $79,999

1,264

1.11%

74.73%

1.98

3.04

$80,000 to $82,499

1,673

1.47%

75.84%

1.89

3.01

$82,500 to $84,999

1,219

1.07%

77.31%

1.97

3.10

$85,000 to $87,499

1,418

1.25%

78.38%

1.94

3.00

$87,500 to $89,999

984

0.86%

79.63%

1.98

3.03

$90,000 to $92,499

1,282

1.13%

80.49%

1.95

3.03

$92,500 to $94,999

917

0.81%

81.62%

2.17

3.25

$95,000 to $97,499

1,023

0.90%

82.43%

2.06

3.29

$97,500 to $99,999

846

0.74%

83.33%

2.12

3.33

$100,000 or more (15.73%)

2

3

$100,000 to $149,999

11,194

9.89%

84.27%

ca. 2

ca. 3

$150,000 to $199,999

3,595

3.17%

94.16%

$200,000 to $249,999

1,325

1.17%

97.33%

$250,000 and above

1,699

1.50%

98.50%

SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2005[5]

 Income by state

State

Rank

Median household income (2007 dollars)

Maryland

1

68,080

New Jersey

2

67,035

Connecticut

3

65,967

Alaska

4

64,333

Hawaii

5

63,746

New Hampshire

6

62,369

Massachusetts

7

62,365

California

8

59,948

Virginia

9

59,562

Minnesota

10

55,802

Washington

11

55,591

Colorado

12

55,212

Utah

13

55,109

Nevada

14

55,062

Delaware

15

54,610

District of Columbia

16

54,317

Illinois

17

54,124

Rhode Island

18

53,568

New York

19

53,514

Wyoming

20

51,731

United States national median ($ 50,740)

Wisconsin

21

50,578

 

 

Vermont

22

49,907

 

 

Arizona

23

49,889

 

 

Georgia

24

49,136

 

 

Oregon

25

48,730

 

 

Pennsylvania

26

48,576

 

 

Michigan

27

47,950

 

 

Florida

28

47,804

 

 

Texas

29

47,548

 

 

Kansas

30

47,451

 

 

Indiana

31

47,448

 

 

Iowa

32

47,292

 

 

Nebraska

33

47,085

 

 

Ohio

34

46,597

 

 

Idaho

35

46,253

 

 

Maine

36

45,888

 

 

Missouri

37

45,114

 

 

North Carolina

38

44,670

 

 

North Dakota

39

43,753

 

 

Montana

40

43,531

 

 

South Dakota

41

43,424

 

 

South Carolina

42

43,329

 

 

Tennessee

43

42,367

 

 

Oklahoma

44

41,567

 

 

New Mexico

45

41,452

 

 

Louisiana

46

40,926

 

 

Alabama

47

40,554

 

 

Kentucky

48

40,267

 

 

Arkansas

49

38,134

 

 

West Virginia

50

37,060

 

 

Mississippi

51

36,338

 

 

SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2007/08[55]

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