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Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates

United States (2010)





United States
(2010)
Number
(90% Lower CI - 90% Upper CI)
Percent
(90% Lower CI - 90% Upper CI)
All Ages 46,215,956
(45,975,650 - 46,456,262)
15.3%
(15.2% - 15.4%)
Under 18 15,749,129
(15,621,395 - 15,876,863)
21.6%
(21.4% - 21.8%)
Age 5-17 10,484,513
(10,394,015 - 10,575,011)
19.8%
(19.6% - 20.0%)
Under 4 4,961,524
(4,910,772 - 5,012,276)
25.0%
(24.8% - 25.2%)
Median Income: $50,046 ($49,982 - $50,110)


State All Age Age:
Under 18
Age:
5-17
Age:
Under 4
Median Household Income
United States
153
15.3%
216
21.6%
198
19.8%
250
25.0%
50046
50,046
Alabama
189
18.9%
274
27.4%
256
25.6%
313
31.3%
40538
40,538
Alaska
110
11.0%
148
14.8%
121
12.1%
198
19.8%
63456
63,456
Arizona
176
17.6%
250
25.0%
230
23.0%
290
29.0%
46787
46,787
Arkansas
187
18.7%
273
27.3%
249
24.9%
320
32.0%
38413
38,413
California
158
15.8%
220
22.0%
208
20.8%
237
23.7%
57664
57,664
Colorado
132
13.2%
171
17.1%
151
15.1%
208
20.8%
54411
54,411
Connecticut
101
10.1%
128
12.8%
113
11.3%
163
16.3%
64321
64,321
Delaware
119
11.9%
178
17.8%
159
15.9%
221
22.1%
56172
56,172
District of Columbia
188
18.8%
311
31.1%
309
30.9%
302
30.2%
60729
60,729
Florida
165
16.5%
236
23.6%
219
21.9%
270
27.0%
44390
44,390
Georgia
180
18.0%
250
25.0%
230
23.0%
294
29.4%
46252
46,252
Hawaii
111
11.1%
147
14.7%
130
13.0%
171
17.1%
62774
62,774
Idaho
158
15.8%
198
19.8%
172
17.2%
251
25.1%
43259
43,259
Illinois
138
13.8%
194
19.4%
181
18.1%
221
22.1%
52967
52,967
Indiana
153
15.3%
216
21.6%
196
19.6%
254
25.4%
44616
44,616
Iowa
125
12.5%
162
16.2%
142
14.2%
200
20.0%
48031
48,031
Kansas
135
13.5%
181
18.1%
159
15.9%
221
22.1%
47888
47,888
Kentucky
189
18.9%
261
26.1%
237
23.7%
311
31.1%
40089
40,089
Louisiana
188
18.8%
274
27.4%
250
25.0%
329
32.9%
42510
42,510
Maine
131
13.1%
182
18.2%
158
15.8%
235
23.5%
45882
45,882
Maryland
99
9.9%
131
13.1%
118
11.8%
156
15.6%
68933
68,933
Massachusetts
114
11.4%
144
14.4%
128
12.8%
174
17.4%
62133
62,133
Michigan
167
16.7%
234
23.4%
212
21.2%
282
28.2%
45354
45,354
Minnesota
115
11.5%
150
15.0%
136
13.6%
171
17.1%
55422
55,422
Mississippi
224
22.4%
324
32.4%
302
30.2%
375
37.5%
36992
36,992
Missouri
153
15.3%
210
21.0%
185
18.5%
265
26.5%
44306
44,306
Montana
152
15.2%
211
21.1%
187
18.7%
257
25.7%
42303
42,303
Nebraska
126
12.6%
173
17.3%
155
15.5%
203
20.3%
48415
48,415
Nevada
148
14.8%
213
21.3%
192
19.2%
256
25.6%
50987
50,987
New Hampshire
86
8.6%
108
10.8%
90
9.0%
148
14.8%
60917
60,917
New Jersey
102
10.2%
143
14.3%
131
13.1%
168
16.8%
67719
67,719
New Mexico
198
19.8%
285
28.5%
267
26.7%
320
32.0%
42186
42,186
New York
150
15.0%
215
21.5%
200
20.0%
244
24.4%
54047
54,047
North Carolina
174
17.4%
246
24.6%
226
22.6%
287
28.7%
43417
43,417
North Dakota
125
12.5%
157
15.7%
137
13.7%
193
19.3%
48878
48,878
Ohio
158
15.8%
231
23.1%
208
20.8%
283
28.3%
45151
45,151
Oklahoma
168
16.8%
244
24.4%
225
22.5%
280
28.0%
42076
42,076
Oregon
158
15.8%
217
21.7%
195
19.5%
254
25.4%
46536
46,536
Pennsylvania
134
13.4%
189
18.9%
175
17.5%
217
21.7%
49245
49,245
Rhode Island
141
14.1%
199
19.9%
177
17.7%
251
25.1%
52053
52,053
South Carolina
181
18.1%
260
26.0%
236
23.6%
312
31.2%
42117
42,117
South Dakota
146
14.6%
194
19.4%
171
17.1%
235
23.5%
45861
45,861
Tennessee
178
17.8%
259
25.9%
239
23.9%
301
30.1%
41461
41,461
Texas
179
17.9%
257
25.7%
242
24.2%
288
28.8%
48622
48,622
Utah
133
13.3%
159
15.9%
149
14.9%
176
17.6%
54740
54,740
Vermont
124
12.4%
159
15.9%
136
13.6%
201
20.1%
49393
49,393
Virginia
111
11.1%
146
14.6%
131
13.1%
177
17.7%
60665
60,665
Washington
135
13.5%
182
18.2%
161
16.1%
221
22.1%
55584
55,584
West Virginia
182
18.2%
257
25.7%
234
23.4%
304
30.4%
38241
38,241
Wisconsin
132
13.2%
190
19.0%
170
17.0%
230
23.0%
48974
48,974
Wyoming
114
11.4%
149
14.9%
128
12.8%
186
18.6%
53757
53,757

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

 
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