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Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates

United States (1996)





United States
(1996)
Number
(90% Lower CI - 90% Upper CI)
Percent
(90% Lower CI - 90% Upper CI)
All Ages 36,529,140
(35,637,610 - 37,420,670)
13.7%
(13.4% - 14.1%)
Under 18 14,463,480
(13,990,149 - 14,936,811)
20.5%
(19.8% - 21.1%)
Age 5-17 9,311,378
(8,914,055 - 9,708,701)
18.6%
(17.8% - 19.4%)
Under 4 4,582,977
(4,295,266 - 4,870,688)
23.4%
(21.9% - 24.9%)
Median Income: $35,492 ($35,198 - $35,786)


State All Age Age:
Under 18
Age:
5-17
Age:
Under 4
Median Household Income
United States
137
13.7%
205
20.5%
186
18.6%
234
23.4%
35492
35,492
Alabama
167
16.7%
250
25.0%
225
22.5%
292
29.2%
29618
29,618
Alaska
106
10.6%
148
14.8%
133
13.3%
168
16.8%
44797
44,797
Arizona
163
16.3%
245
24.5%
230
23.0%
282
28.2%
32708
32,708
Arkansas
176
17.6%
257
25.7%
228
22.8%
314
31.4%
27367
27,367
California
167
16.7%
253
25.3%
236
23.6%
280
28.0%
38691
38,691
Colorado
105
10.5%
143
14.3%
124
12.4%
168
16.8%
38923
38,923
Connecticut
90
9.0%
148
14.8%
144
14.4%
145
14.5%
44981
44,981
Delaware
98
9.8%
153
15.3%
134
13.4%
179
17.9%
39701
39,701
District of Columbia
219
21.9%
361
36.1%
362
36.2%
356
35.6%
34436
34,436
Florida
142
14.2%
223
22.3%
200
20.0%
265
26.5%
31008
31,008
Georgia
153
15.3%
230
23.0%
213
21.3%
256
25.6%
33763
33,763
Hawaii
117
11.7%
179
17.9%
162
16.2%
196
19.6%
43677
43,677
Idaho
119
11.9%
159
15.9%
130
13.0%
211
21.1%
33279
33,279
Illinois
120
12.0%
184
18.4%
166
16.6%
209
20.9%
39490
39,490
Indiana
93
9.3%
130
13.0%
107
10.7%
161
16.1%
35502
35,502
Iowa
95
9.5%
126
12.6%
104
10.4%
157
15.7%
33721
33,721
Kansas
108
10.8%
143
14.3%
122
12.2%
177
17.7%
33610
33,610
Kentucky
175
17.5%
255
25.5%
237
23.7%
279
27.9%
30630
30,630
Louisiana
207
20.7%
299
29.9%
279
27.9%
346
34.6%
28921
28,921
Maine
120
12.0%
170
17.0%
151
15.1%
210
21.0%
33002
33,002
Maryland
97
9.7%
144
14.4%
130
13.0%
159
15.9%
44196
44,196
Massachusetts
98
9.8%
147
14.7%
137
13.7%
155
15.5%
40686
40,686
Michigan
122
12.2%
190
19.0%
174
17.4%
214
21.4%
38266
38,266
Minnesota
88
8.8%
117
11.7%
102
10.2%
130
13.0%
39791
39,791
Mississippi
208
20.8%
299
29.9%
272
27.2%
353
35.3%
26901
26,901
Missouri
126
12.6%
184
18.4%
161
16.1%
217
21.7%
32947
32,947
Montana
151
15.1%
216
21.6%
188
18.8%
282
28.2%
28714
28,714
Nebraska
94
9.4%
127
12.7%
96
9.6%
181
18.1%
33562
33,562
Nevada
96
9.6%
137
13.7%
115
11.5%
167
16.7%
38213
38,213
New Hampshire
63
6.3%
78
7.8%
59
5.9%
104
10.4%
40153
40,153
New Jersey
90
9.0%
138
13.8%
129
12.9%
140
14.0%
46872
46,872
New Mexico
206
20.6%
298
29.8%
271
27.1%
353
35.3%
27014
27,014
New York
163
16.3%
252
25.2%
246
24.6%
257
25.7%
35696
35,696
North Carolina
128
12.8%
188
18.8%
168
16.8%
214
21.4%
34487
34,487
North Dakota
115
11.5%
150
15.0%
126
12.6%
194
19.4%
30798
30,798
Ohio
117
11.7%
170
17.0%
150
15.0%
208
20.8%
34198
34,198
Oklahoma
171
17.1%
251
25.1%
225
22.5%
304
30.4%
27648
27,648
Oregon
123
12.3%
176
17.6%
152
15.2%
221
22.1%
35144
35,144
Pennsylvania
115
11.5%
165
16.5%
153
15.3%
176
17.6%
35109
35,109
Rhode Island
118
11.8%
175
17.5%
160
16.0%
196
19.6%
36402
36,402
South Carolina
152
15.2%
231
23.1%
213
21.3%
257
25.7%
32728
32,728
South Dakota
130
13.0%
183
18.3%
159
15.9%
233
23.3%
29810
29,810
Tennessee
148
14.8%
217
21.7%
190
19.0%
264
26.4%
31097
31,097
Texas
175
17.5%
258
25.8%
236
23.6%
296
29.6%
32773
32,773
Utah
94
9.4%
113
11.3%
88
8.8%
148
14.8%
36360
36,360
Vermont
110
11.0%
149
14.9%
128
12.8%
184
18.4%
33352
33,352
Virginia
115
11.5%
166
16.6%
152
15.2%
180
18.0%
38510
38,510
Washington
115
11.5%
167
16.7%
149
14.9%
190
19.0%
37847
37,847
West Virginia
199
19.9%
298
29.8%
282
28.2%
347
34.7%
25760
25,760
Wisconsin
87
8.7%
122
12.2%
102
10.2%
149
14.9%
38598
38,598
Wyoming
111
11.1%
143
14.3%
109
10.9%
216
21.6%
31173
31,173

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

 
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