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Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates

United States (2005)





United States
(2005)
Number
(90% Lower CI - 90% Upper CI)
Percent
(90% Lower CI - 90% Upper CI)
All Ages 38,231,474
(37,934,924 - 38,528,024)
13.3%
(13.2% - 13.4%)
Under 18 13,360,273
(13,217,771 - 13,502,775)
18.5%
(18.4% - 18.7%)
Age 5-17 8,765,541
(8,662,789 - 8,868,293)
17.0%
(16.8% - 17.2%)
Under 4 4,242,948
(4,187,205 - 4,298,691)
21.3%
(21.0% - 21.5%)
Median Income: $46,242 ($46,138 - $46,346)


State All Age Age:
Under 18
Age:
5-17
Age:
Under 4
Median Household Income
United States
133
13.3%
185
18.5%
170
17.0%
213
21.3%
46242
46,242
Alabama
169
16.9%
243
24.3%
223
22.3%
286
28.6%
36936
36,936
Alaska
108
10.8%
142
14.2%
128
12.8%
158
15.8%
55477
55,477
Arizona
144
14.4%
209
20.9%
189
18.9%
243
24.3%
44402
44,402
Arkansas
172
17.2%
250
25.0%
229
22.9%
286
28.6%
35041
35,041
California
133
13.3%
185
18.5%
176
17.6%
197
19.7%
53627
53,627
Colorado
109
10.9%
140
14.0%
124
12.4%
167
16.7%
50841
50,841
Connecticut
83
8.3%
114
11.4%
102
10.2%
133
13.3%
60840
60,840
Delaware
103
10.3%
144
14.4%
126
12.6%
176
17.6%
52508
52,508
District of Columbia
183
18.3%
296
29.6%
271
27.1%
331
33.1%
48078
48,078
Florida
128
12.8%
181
18.1%
166
16.6%
206
20.6%
42437
42,437
Georgia
145
14.5%
203
20.3%
187
18.7%
231
23.1%
45564
45,564
Hawaii
99
9.9%
125
12.5%
117
11.7%
128
12.8%
56133
56,133
Idaho
134
13.4%
172
17.2%
150
15.0%
210
21.0%
41269
41,269
Illinois
120
12.0%
165
16.5%
149
14.9%
194
19.4%
50270
50,270
Indiana
122
12.2%
166
16.6%
147
14.7%
201
20.1%
44051
44,051
Iowa
108
10.8%
139
13.9%
121
12.1%
174
17.4%
43610
43,610
Kansas
117
11.7%
152
15.2%
128
12.8%
200
20.0%
42861
42,861
Kentucky
169
16.9%
230
23.0%
213
21.3%
259
25.9%
37377
37,377
Louisiana
202
20.2%
292
29.2%
275
27.5%
323
32.3%
36547
36,547
Maine
123
12.3%
167
16.7%
145
14.5%
200
20.0%
42648
42,648
Maryland
83
8.3%
109
10.9%
99
9.9%
122
12.2%
61546
61,546
Massachusetts
103
10.3%
135
13.5%
125
12.5%
148
14.8%
57176
57,176
Michigan
131
13.1%
183
18.3%
169
16.9%
205
20.5%
46072
46,072
Minnesota
92
9.2%
116
11.6%
101
10.1%
138
13.8%
52048
52,048
Mississippi
210
21.0%
302
30.2%
286
28.6%
333
33.3%
33090
33,090
Missouri
136
13.6%
195
19.5%
176
17.6%
226
22.6%
41946
41,946
Montana
146
14.6%
202
20.2%
182
18.2%
238
23.8%
38503
38,503
Nebraska
110
11.0%
147
14.7%
129
12.9%
177
17.7%
43675
43,675
Nevada
111
11.1%
154
15.4%
136
13.6%
187
18.7%
49288
49,288
New Hampshire
76
7.6%
95
9.5%
80
8.0%
123
12.3%
56557
56,557
New Jersey
87
8.7%
117
11.7%
106
10.6%
134
13.4%
61694
61,694
New Mexico
184
18.4%
260
26.0%
240
24.0%
298
29.8%
37603
37,603
New York
139
13.9%
197
19.7%
186
18.6%
214
21.4%
49365
49,365
North Carolina
149
14.9%
208
20.8%
193
19.3%
233
23.3%
40781
40,781
North Dakota
116
11.6%
145
14.5%
123
12.3%
189
18.9%
40818
40,818
Ohio
130
13.0%
185
18.5%
163
16.3%
227
22.7%
43547
43,547
Oklahoma
164
16.4%
230
23.0%
206
20.6%
274
27.4%
37020
37,020
Oregon
141
14.1%
188
18.8%
166
16.6%
224
22.4%
43065
43,065
Pennsylvania
119
11.9%
166
16.6%
151
15.1%
194
19.4%
44545
44,545
Rhode Island
119
11.9%
176
17.6%
160
16.0%
205
20.5%
50415
50,415
South Carolina
156
15.6%
226
22.6%
208
20.8%
260
26.0%
39477
39,477
South Dakota
136
13.6%
183
18.3%
157
15.7%
240
24.0%
40096
40,096
Tennessee
156
15.6%
218
21.8%
200
20.0%
248
24.8%
38947
38,947
Texas
175
17.5%
247
24.7%
226
22.6%
285
28.5%
42165
42,165
Utah
105
10.5%
117
11.7%
104
10.4%
135
13.5%
48155
48,155
Vermont
104
10.4%
128
12.8%
110
11.0%
151
15.1%
45695
45,695
Virginia
100
10.0%
133
13.3%
120
12.0%
153
15.3%
54207
54,207
Washington
120
12.0%
155
15.5%
138
13.8%
182
18.2%
49372
49,372
West Virginia
180
18.0%
255
25.5%
237
23.7%
287
28.7%
33466
33,466
Wisconsin
102
10.2%
140
14.0%
124
12.4%
170
17.0%
47141
47,141
Wyoming
106
10.6%
136
13.6%
114
11.4%
179
17.9%
45501
45,501

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

 
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