Median Income per State - FY 2006

    Estimates of the median income for a four-person family for each 
State and the District of Columbia for FFY 2006 have been developed by 
the Census Bureau of the U.S. Department of Commerce, using the most 
recently available income data. In developing the median income 
estimates for FFY 2006, the Census Bureau used the following three 
sources of data: (1) The Current Population Survey's 2004 Annual Social 
and Economic Supplement File; (2) the 2000 Decennial Census of 
Population; and (3) 2003 per capita personal income estimates, by 
State, from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) of the U.S. 
Department of Commerce.

    Estimated State Median Income for a Four-Person Family, by State,
                      Federal Fiscal Year 2006 
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                                     Estimated State   
              States                median income for 
                                      a four-person      
                                        family 
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Alabama........................    $55,448         
Alaska...........................      72,110            
Arizona..........................      58,206            
Arkansas........................     48,353          
California........................     67,814           
Colorado.........................     71,559          
Connecticut.....................     86,001         
Delaware........................     72,680         
Dist. of Col.....................      56,067          
Florida...........................      58,605           
Georgia..........................      62,294         
Hawaii............................      71,320          
Idaho.............................      53,376          
Illinois..........................        72,368            
Indiana..........................       65,009         
Iowa..............................       64,341          
Kansas............................      64,215         
Kentucky.........................      53,198        
Louisiana.........................      50,529         
Maine.............................       59,596          
Maryland.........................      82,363        
Massachusetts.................      82,561     
Michigan.........................       68,602        
Minnesota........................      76,733       
Mississippi.......................      46,570        
Missouri..........................      64,128
Montana.........................       49,124
Nebraska.......................       63,625 
Nevada..........................       63,005 
New Hampshire..............        79,339 
New Jersey.....................       87,412 
New Mexico....................       45,867  
New York.......................       69,354
North Carolina................       56,712
North Dakota..................       57,092
Ohio..............................       66,066 
Oklahoma.......................      50,216 
Oregon...........................      61,570 
Pennsylvania...................      68,578 
Rhode Island...................      71,098 
South Carolina................       56,433 
South Dakota...................      59,272 
Tennessee.......................      55,401 
Texas.............................       54,554 
Utah..............................        62,032 
Vermont..........................      65,876 
Virginia..........................       71,697  
Washington.....................       69,130 
West Virginia....................      46,169 
Wisconsin.........................      69,010 
Wyoming..........................     56,065  
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 In accordance with 45 CFR 96.85, each State's estimated median
  income for a four-person family is multiplied by the following
  percentages to adjust for family size: 

       52% for one person
       68% for two persons
       84% for three persons
      100% for four persons
      116% for five persons
      132% for six persons. 

 For each additional family member above six persons, add 3% to the percentage for
 a six-person family (132%), and multiply the new percentage by the State's 
 estimated  median income for a four-person family.

[Federal Register: February 17, 2005 (Volume 70, Number 32)]
[Notices]               
[Page 8102-8104]
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