Median Family Income  – By Family Size

(Past 12 Months – as of 2018)
State Income Margin Of Error
Alabama $48,486 +/- $364
Alaska $76,715 +/- $894
Arizona $56,213 +/- $275
Arkansas $45,726 +/- $350
California $71,228 +/- $217
Colorado $68,811 +/- $364
Connecticut $76,106 +/- $552
Delaware $65,627 +/- $768
District of Columbia $82,604 +/- $1,081
Florida $53,267 +/- $181
Georgia $55,679 +/- $243
Hawaii $78,084 +/- $607
Idaho $53,089 +/- $400
Illinois $63,575 +/- $187
Indiana $54,325 +/- $230
Iowa $58,580 +/- $313
Kansas $57,422 +/- $337
Kentucky $48,392 +/- $291
Louisiana $47,942 +/- $363
Maine $55,425 +/- $588
Maryland $81,868 +/- $431
Massachusetts $77,378 +/- $425
Michigan $54,938 +/- $166
Minnesota $68,411 +/- $276
Mississippi $43,567 +/- $395
Missouri $53,560 +/- $221
Montana $52,559 +/- $587
Nebraska $59,116 +/- $346
Nevada $57,598 +/- $408
New Hampshire $74,057 +/- $714
New Jersey $79,363 +/- $386
New Mexico $48,059 +/- $438
New York $65,323 +/- $270
North Carolina $52,413 +/- $224
North Dakota $63,473 +/- $688
Ohio $54,533 +/- $167
Oklahoma $51,424 +/- $213
Oregon $59,393 +/- $384
Pennsylvania $59,445 +/- $234
Rhode Island $63,296 +/- $705
South Carolina $51,015 +/- $271
South Dakota $56,499 +/- $508
Tennessee $50,972 +/- $250
Texas $59,570 +/- $209
Utah $68,374 +/- $437
Vermont $60,076 +/- $656
Virginia $71,564 +/- $326
Washington $70,116 +/- $308
West Virginia $44,921 +/- $470
Wisconsin $59,209 +/- $236
Wyoming $62,268 +/- $932
Puerto Rico $20,166 +/- $190
Source(s): U.S. Census Bureau, 2014-2018 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates Powered by the U.S. Census Bureau Data may contain sampling error. Sampling error and margin of error may render some of the differences between geographies statistically insignificant. An ‘X’ entry indicates that either no sample observations or too few sample observations were available to compute an estimate. Note that an ‘X’ entry in other US Census Bureau tables could indicate a different issue.