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Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates

United States (2006)





United States
(2006)
Number
(90% Lower CI - 90% Upper CI)
Percent
(90% Lower CI - 90% Upper CI)
All Ages 38,757,253
(38,535,015 - 38,979,491)
13.3%
(13.2% - 13.4%)
Under 18 13,285,569
(13,170,950 - 13,400,188)
18.3%
(18.2% - 18.5%)
Age 5-17 8,700,048
(8,613,863 - 8,786,233)
16.7%
(16.6% - 16.9%)
Under 4 4,211,345
(4,166,465 - 4,256,225)
21.0%
(20.8% - 21.2%)
Median Income: $48,451 ($48,369 - $48,533)


State All Age Age:
Under 18
Age:
5-17
Age:
Under 4
Median Household Income
United States
133
13.3%
183
18.3%
167
16.7%
210
21.0%
48451
48,451
Alabama
166
16.6%
231
23.1%
215
21.5%
263
26.3%
38811
38,811
Alaska
109
10.9%
146
14.6%
128
12.8%
171
17.1%
58572
58,572
Arizona
142
14.2%
198
19.8%
182
18.2%
223
22.3%
47315
47,315
Arkansas
173
17.3%
246
24.6%
221
22.1%
293
29.3%
36627
36,627
California
131
13.1%
181
18.1%
171
17.1%
191
19.1%
56646
56,646
Colorado
116
11.6%
148
14.8%
134
13.4%
170
17.0%
52265
52,265
Connecticut
83
8.3%
109
10.9%
100
10.0%
126
12.6%
63352
63,352
Delaware
107
10.7%
148
14.8%
133
13.3%
171
17.1%
53714
53,714
District of Columbia
181
18.1%
283
28.3%
276
27.6%
289
28.9%
51746
51,746
Florida
126
12.6%
176
17.6%
159
15.9%
204
20.4%
45494
45,494
Georgia
148
14.8%
203
20.3%
186
18.6%
230
23.0%
46808
46,808
Hawaii
94
9.4%
118
11.8%
104
10.4%
130
13.0%
60554
60,554
Idaho
128
12.8%
160
16.0%
139
13.9%
192
19.2%
42846
42,846
Illinois
123
12.3%
170
17.0%
157
15.7%
192
19.2%
52012
52,012
Indiana
125
12.5%
174
17.4%
153
15.3%
211
21.1%
45414
45,414
Iowa
110
11.0%
138
13.8%
119
11.9%
170
17.0%
44560
44,560
Kansas
122
12.2%
154
15.4%
132
13.2%
193
19.3%
45369
45,369
Kentucky
170
17.0%
231
23.1%
210
21.0%
267
26.7%
39318
39,318
Louisiana
194
19.4%
282
28.2%
264
26.4%
318
31.8%
39122
39,122
Maine
127
12.7%
169
16.9%
143
14.3%
214
21.4%
43472
43,472
Maryland
80
8.0%
101
10.1%
90
9.0%
114
11.4%
65041
65,041
Massachusetts
100
10.0%
126
12.6%
114
11.4%
145
14.5%
59930
59,930
Michigan
135
13.5%
183
18.3%
168
16.8%
206
20.6%
47187
47,187
Minnesota
97
9.7%
120
12.0%
105
10.5%
142
14.2%
54022
54,022
Mississippi
209
20.9%
295
29.5%
279
27.9%
327
32.7%
34615
34,615
Missouri
138
13.8%
193
19.3%
173
17.3%
227
22.7%
42838
42,838
Montana
144
14.4%
193
19.3%
169
16.9%
234
23.4%
40299
40,299
Nebraska
113
11.3%
144
14.4%
123
12.3%
175
17.5%
45369
45,369
Nevada
105
10.5%
143
14.3%
129
12.9%
161
16.1%
52800
52,800
New Hampshire
80
8.0%
96
9.6%
80
8.0%
122
12.2%
59265
59,265
New Jersey
87
8.7%
117
11.7%
108
10.8%
130
13.0%
64549
64,549
New Mexico
183
18.3%
256
25.6%
236
23.6%
292
29.2%
40610
40,610
New York
142
14.2%
201
20.1%
190
19.0%
219
21.9%
51340
51,340
North Carolina
146
14.6%
201
20.1%
183
18.3%
233
23.3%
42721
42,721
North Dakota
117
11.7%
140
14.0%
120
12.0%
175
17.5%
41852
41,852
Ohio
132
13.2%
185
18.5%
164
16.4%
227
22.7%
44609
44,609
Oklahoma
167
16.7%
235
23.5%
211
21.1%
279
27.9%
38753
38,753
Oregon
134
13.4%
176
17.6%
154
15.4%
213
21.3%
46228
46,228
Pennsylvania
120
12.0%
167
16.7%
150
15.0%
199
19.9%
46256
46,256
Rhode Island
115
11.5%
160
16.0%
149
14.9%
180
18.0%
51324
51,324
South Carolina
157
15.7%
222
22.2%
204
20.4%
253
25.3%
41204
41,204
South Dakota
136
13.6%
177
17.7%
154
15.4%
217
21.7%
42432
42,432
Tennessee
161
16.1%
226
22.6%
205
20.5%
266
26.6%
40368
40,368
Texas
169
16.9%
238
23.8%
219
21.9%
271
27.1%
44943
44,943
Utah
107
10.7%
123
12.3%
107
10.7%
144
14.4%
51373
51,373
Vermont
102
10.2%
126
12.6%
104
10.4%
161
16.1%
47778
47,778
Virginia
96
9.6%
123
12.3%
107
10.7%
150
15.0%
56297
56,297
Washington
118
11.8%
155
15.5%
139
13.9%
180
18.0%
52571
52,571
West Virginia
176
17.6%
249
24.9%
227
22.7%
292
29.2%
35028
35,028
Wisconsin
109
10.9%
147
14.7%
131
13.1%
172
17.2%
48784
48,784
Wyoming
103
10.3%
136
13.6%
110
11.0%
178
17.8%
47819
47,819

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

 
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