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The new gilded age: Income inequality in the U.S. by state, metropolitan area, and county

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What this report finds: Income inequality has risen in every state since the 1970s and, in most states, it has grown in the post–Great Recession era. From 2009 to 2015, the incomes of the top 1 percent grew faster than the incomes of the bottom 99 percent in 43 states and the District of Columbia. The top 1 percent captured half or more of all income growth in nine states. In 2015, a family in the top 1 percent nationally received, on average, 26.3 times as much income as a family in the bottom 99 percent.

Why it matters: Rising inequality is not just a story of those on Wall Street, in Hollywood, or in the Silicon Valley reaping outsized rewards. Measured by the ratio of top 1 percent to bottom 99 percent income in 2015, eight states plus the District of Columbia, 45 metropolitan areas, and 139 counties had gaps wider than the national gap. In fact, unequal income growth since the 1970s has pushed the top 1 percent’s share of all income above 23.9 percent (the 1928 national peak share, according to Piketty and Saez) in five states, 30 metro areas, and 78 counties.

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What we can do to fix the problem: The rise of top incomes relative to the bottom 99 percent represents a sharp reversal of the trend that prevailed in the mid-20th century. From 1928 to 1973, the share of income held by the top 1 percent declined in every state for which we have data. This earlier era was characterized by a rising minimum wage, low levels of unemployment after the 1930s, widespread collective bargaining in private industries (manufacturing, transportation, telecommunications, and construction), and a cultural, political, and legal environment that kept a lid on executive compensation in all sectors of the economy. We need policies that return the economy to full employment and keep it there, return bargaining power to U.S. workers, increase political participation by all citizens, and boost public investments in child care, education, housing, and health care. Such policies will help prevent the wealthiest few from appropriating more than their fair share of the nation’s expanding economic pie.

Executive summary

This report, our fourth such analysis,1 focuses on trends in income inequality. It uses the latest available data to examine how the top 1 percent and the bottom 99 percent in each state have fared over the years 1917–2015 and to provide a snapshot of top incomes in 2015 by county and metropolitan area. (Data for our entire series, from 1917 to 2015, are available at go.epi.org/unequalstates2018data.)

This analysis finds, consistent with our previous analyses, that there has been vast and widespread growth in income inequality in every corner of the country. Overall, the growth in incomes of the bottom 99 percent has improved since our last report, in step with a strengthening economy, but the gap between the top 1 percent and everyone else still grew in the majority of states we examine here.

Key findings

In 2015, the top 1 percent of families in the U.S. earned, on average, 26.3 times as much income as the bottom 99 percent—an increase from 2013, when they earned 25.3 times as much.

  • Eight states plus the District of Columbia had gaps wider than the national gap. In the most unequal—New York, Florida, and Connecticut—the top 1 percent earned average incomes more than 35 times those of the bottom 99 percent.
  • Forty-five of 916 metropolitan areas had gaps wider than the national gap. In the 17 most unequal metropolitan areas, the average income of the top 1 percent was at least 35 times greater than the average income of the bottom 99 percent. Most unequal was the Jackson metropolitan area, which spans Wyoming and Idaho; there the top 1 percent in 2015 earned on average 132.0 times the average income of the bottom 99 percent of families. The next 16 metropolitan areas with the largest top-to-bottom ratios were Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, Florida (90.1); Key West, Florida (81.3); Sebastian-Vero Beach, Florida (67.2); Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut (62.2); Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, Florida (55.4); Port St. Lucie, Florida (45.5); Glenwood Springs, Colorado (45.0); Hailey, Idaho (44.9); Gardnerville Ranchos, Nevada (44.3); Summit Park, Utah (43.5); North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida (43.1); New York-Newark-Jersey City, New York-New Jersey-Pennsylvania (39.4); Cape Coral-Fort Myers, Florida (38.8); Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, Arkansas-Missouri (37.2); Midland, Texas (35.7); and Steamboat Springs, Colorado (35.3).
  • Of 3,061 counties, 139 had gaps wider than the national gap. The average income of the top 1 percent was at least 35 times greater than the average income of the bottom 99 percent in 50 counties. In Teton County, Wyoming (which is one of two counties in the Jackson metropolitan area), the top 1 percent in 2015 earned on average 142.2 times the average income of the bottom 99 percent of families.

There is a wide spread in what it means to be in the top 1 percent by state, metro area, and county.

  • To be in the top 1 percent nationally in 2015, a family needed an income of $421,926. Thirteen states plus the District of Columbia, 107 metro areas, and 317 counties had local top 1 percent income thresholds above that level.
  • For states (including the District of Columbia), the highest thresholds were in Connecticut ($700,800), District of Columbia ($598,155), New Jersey ($588,575), Massachusetts ($582,774), New York ($550,174), and California ($514,694).
  • Thresholds above $1 million could be found in five metro areas (Jackson, Wyoming-Idaho; Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut; Summit Park, Utah; San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, California; Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, Florida) and 17 counties.

Looking at the residence of families with incomes above the 2015 national threshold of $421,926 for entering the top 1 percent, we find:

  • Of all the income received by the national top 1 percent in 2015, half accrued to families in five states: California, New York, Texas, Florida, and Illinois. These five states accounted for about 40 percent of all income in the U.S. (the sum of all incomes including the bottom 99 percent and top 1 percent).
  • We find the largest concentrations of national top 1 percent income in New York, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, District of Columbia, California, New Jersey, Nevada, Wyoming, and Illinois.
  • We find the largest concentrations (relative to each metropolitan area’s share of all income) of national top 1 percent income in the following 10 metropolitan areas: Jackson, Wyoming-Idaho; Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, Florida; Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut; Key West, Florida; Summit Park, Utah; Sebastian-Vero Beach, Florida; San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, California; Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, Florida; Hailey, Idaho; and San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, California.
  • At the county level, we find the largest concentrations (relative to each county’s share of all income) of national top 1 percent income in Teton County, Wyoming; New York County, New York; Collier County, Florida; Pitkin County, Colorado; Fairfield County, Connecticut; Monroe County, Florida; Westchester County, New York; Palm Beach County, Florida; Marin County, California; San Mateo County, California.

Examining the growth of income over the past century, we find growth was broadly shared from 1945 to 1973 and highly unequal from 1973 to 2007, with the latter pattern persisting in the recovery from the Great Recession since 2009:

  • Faster income growth for the bottom 99 percent of families between 1945 and 1973 meant that the top 1 percent captured just 4.9 percent of all income growth over that period.
  • The pattern in the distribution of income growth reversed itself from 1973 to 2007, with over half (58.7 percent) of all income growth concentrated in the hands of the top 1 percent of families.
  • So far during the recovery from the Great Recession, the top 1 percent of families have captured 41.8 percent of all income growth. The distribution of income growth has improved since our last report, when we found that the top 1 percent had captured 85.1 percent of income growth between 2009 and 2013.
  • From our 2016 report to this one, cumulative income growth during the recovery for the top 1 percent increased from 17.4 percent (looking at changes from 2009 to 2013) to 33.9 percent (2009 to 2015)—almost doubling. Among the bottom 99 percent, cumulative growth increased from 0.7 percent to 10.3 percent—growing to nearly 15 times what it was. The bigger relative improvement in growth for the bottom 99 percent (reflecting a strengthening economy) is why the top 1 percent captured a smaller share of income growth from 2009 to 2015 than from 2009 to 2013. Nevertheless, the average income of the top 1 percent still grew faster than the average income of the bottom 99 percent, thus the top-to-bottom ratio continued to increase.

We find a similar pattern in the distribution of growth by state:

  • In 49 states and the District of Columbia, the top 1 percent captured a larger share of all income growth from 1973 to 2007 than in the earlier period (1945 to 1973).
  • In 25 states, the top 1 percent captured half or more of income growth from 1973 to 2007.
  • So far in the recovery, from 2009 to 2015, the average income of the top 1 percent has grown faster than the average income of the bottom 99 percent in 43 states and the District of Columbia. In nine states, the top 1 percent captured half or more of all income growth: In Connecticut and North Carolina, the top 1 percent captured all the income growth from 2009 to 2015 (while income declined for the bottom 99 percent); the other states are Nevada (81.0 percent), Florida (77.5 percent), Maryland (58.4 percent), Massachusetts (58.4 percent), California (53.1 percent), Missouri (53.1 percent), and New York (51.4 percent).

The top 1 percent has steadily captured a growing share of the benefits of America’s economic growth, with the share of all income going to the top 1 percent moving closer in 2015 to its 1928 peak.

  • Overall in the U.S., the top 1 percent took home 22.03 percent of all income in 2015. That share was just 1.9 percentage points below the 1928 peak of 23.9 percent.
  • Five states had top 1 percent income shares above 23.9 percent in 2015. Those states include New York (31.0 percent), Florida (28.5 percent), Connecticut (27.3 percent), Nevada (24.8 percent), and Wyoming (24.0 percent).
  • Thirty metro areas had shares above 23.9 percent in 2015. Shares were highest in Jackson, Wyoming-Idaho (57.1 percent); Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, Florida (47.6 percent); Key West, Florida (45.1 percent); Sebastian-Vero Beach, Florida (40.4 percent); Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut (38.6 percent); and Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, Florida (35.9 percent).
  • Seventy-eight counties had shares above 23.9 percent. Shares were highest in Teton County, Wyoming (59.0 percent); New York County, New York (53.3 percent); La Salle County, Texas (48.2 percent); Collier County, Florida (47.6 percent); Monroe County, Florida (45.1 percent); Palm Beach County, Florida (44.0 percent); Pitkin County, Colorado (42.2 percent); San Miguel County, Colorado (41.1 percent); Walton County, Florida (40.9 percent); Indian River County, Florida (40.4 percent); Martin County, Florida (40.3 percent); and Fairfield County, Connecticut (38.6 percent).

Introduction

In 2016, the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and the Economic Policy Institute released an update (McNichol 2016) to their series Pulling Apart (McNichol et al. 2012), a report focusing on the gap in earnings between the top 5 percent of households and the bottom fifth of households in the United States and each state. In 2018, the Brookings Institute produced similar statistics for the largest 100 metro areas (Berube 2018).

The 2016 update to Pulling Apart found that the richest 5 percent of U.S. households had an average income 14.8 times higher than the poorest 20 percent of households.2

The Census survey data used in that update do not permit analysis of trends in the top 1 percent of households at the state level: Sample sizes are too small in some states (even when data are pooled across multiple years), and the data are “top coded”—above a certain threshold, the highest incomes are not recorded at the actual income level reported to Census survey takers. Instead, they are reported at a specified top income. Top coding is used to ensure that small numbers of erroneous outliers do not distort Census data and to ensure the anonymity of particularly high-income survey respondents.

The present report does permit analysis of state-level trends among the top 1 percent of earners.3 It uses the same methodology employed by Thomas Piketty and Emmanuel Saez (2003) to generate their widely cited findings on the incomes of the top 1 percent in the United States as a whole. (We are contributors to the World Inequality Database.4) This methodology relies on tax data reported by the Internal Revenue Service for states and counties (see the methodological appendix for more details on the construction of our estimates).

Following Piketty and Saez, throughout this report we examine trends in pretax and pretransfer incomes, hereafter referred to simply as “income,” of tax units (single adults or married couples, hereafter referred to as “families”). The best way to think about this measurement of income is that it represents all the taxable income people earn in market transactions, such as the income earned from working for a wage or salary at a job, through interest on a savings account, or from selling a financial asset for more than its purchase cost (a capital gain). What is not included in our analysis is the impact that taxes and transfers (for example, Social Security payments or unemployment benefits) have on these market-derived incomes. While taxes and transfers do tend to reduce inequality by lowering incomes at the top and raising incomes at the bottom, the primary driver of rising inequality, even after taking into account taxes and transfers, is an increasingly unequal distribution of market incomes.5

Other forms of compensation excluded from our analysis here are nontaxable compensation such as employer contributions to pensions and health care, which for the bottom 90 percent have grown as a share of pretax income over time.6 While these income sources7 have been growing over time, their exclusion does not materially close the growing gap we observe between the vast majority of working families and the highest earners in our economy.8

Piketty and Saez’s groundbreaking 2003 study, now more than 15 years old, increased attention to the body of work compiled since the 1980s documenting rising inequality in the United States. Their work helped inspire the Occupy Wall Street movement of 2011 and continues to resonate in public debates and protests. Growing public concern over rising inequality has also reinvigorated academic debates about whether inequality matters at all (Mankiw 2013) and about the role of finance and top executives in driving the growth of inequality (Bivens and Mishel 2013). It has also spurred interest in how rising inequality limits the number of Americans who actually experience a “rags to riches” story over their lifetime (Corak 2013; Chetty et al. 2017).

Applying Piketty and Saez’s methods to state-level data provides insight into the rise of incomes among the top 1 percent within each state and over time (a population that significantly overlaps, but is not the same as, the national top 1 percent).9 This analysis can shed light on the degree to which the growth in income inequality is a widely experienced phenomenon across the individual states. In this version of our report, we also look at where those in the national top 1 percent reside.

Before we begin our analysis of local data, it is useful to briefly summarize Piketty and Saez’s updated (2016) findings with respect to U.S. income inequality overall, focusing specifically on the share of income earned by the top 1 percent of families: They find the share of income captured by the top 1 percent climbed from 9.16 percent in 1973 to 23.50 percent in 2007.10 At 23.50 percent, the share of income earned by the top 1 percent in 2007, on the eve of the Great Recession, was just shy of the 23.94 percent peak they found that the top 1 percent income share reached in 1928 (the year before the start of the Great Depression). Although the Great Recession reduced the income share of the top 1 percent to 18.12 percent by 2009, their income growth surged ahead of the income growth of the bottom 99 percent starting in 2010, with the income share of the top 1 percent reaching a peak of 22.83 percent in 2012. The 2012 peak was in part the result of high-income earners shifting income from 2013 to 2012 to reduce their tax liabilities in anticipation of higher top marginal tax rates, which took effect in 2013. This tax planning helped reduce the top 1 percent’s take of all income to 20.01 percent in 2013. Income growth for the top 1 percent returned in 2014. In 2015, the most recent year for which national-level data are available, they also find the top 1 percent took home 22.03 percent of all income in the United States.

In the following sections we present data unique to this study by replicating Piketty and Saez’s method for each of the 50 states plus the District of Columbia and for 916 metropolitan areas and 3,061 counties. Our state data extend from 1917 to 2015, and our county and metropolitan area data are for 2015. All figures are in 2015 dollars.

We begin our analysis in the next section by painting a detailed picture of local top 1 percent incomes—including income thresholds, average incomes, and top-to-bottom ratios—in each state, metro area, and county. Next, we look at the shares of income held by families that qualify to be in the national top 1 percent by state, county, and metro area. We then shift our attention back to the top 1 percent within each state and examine trends in top incomes over time, casting back our gaze first to the 29 years from 1945 to 1973 and then contrasting those years with the 35 years from 1973 to 2007 and the first seven years of the current economic recovery. We conclude the paper by examining the share of all income earned by the top 1 percent within each state, county, and metro area.

Income inequality by state, metropolitan area, and county in 2015

Where is inequality at its highest and where is it relatively low, when comparing the average income of the richest 1 percent of families with the average income of the bottom 99 percent of families?

Table 1 presents data by state for 2015 on the average income of the top 1 percent of families, the average income of the bottom 99 percent, and the ratio of these two values. (As with all tables in this report, figures are in 2015 dollars.) In the United States as a whole, on average the top 1 percent of families earned 26.3 times as much income as the bottom 99 percent in 2015. Eight states plus the District of Columbia had gaps wider than the national gap.

Table 1

Ratio of top 1% income to bottom 99% income, U.S. and by state and region, 2015

State rank (from highest to lowest ratio) State/region Average income of the top 1% Average income of the bottom 99% Top-to-bottom ratio
United States $1,316,985 $50,107 26.3
1 New York $2,202,480 $49,617 44.4
2 Florida $1,543,124 $39,094 39.5
3 Connecticut $2,522,806 $67,742 37.2
4 Nevada $1,354,780 $41,470 32.7
5 Wyoming $1,900,659 $60,922 31.2
6 Massachusetts $1,904,805 $61,694 30.9
7 California $1,693,094 $55,152 30.7
8 Illinois $1,412,024 $52,216 27.0
9 New Jersey $1,581,829 $65,068 24.3
10 Washington $1,383,223 $57,100 24.2
11 Texas $1,343,897 $55,614 24.2
12 Georgia $995,576 $44,147 22.6
13 Arkansas $864,772 $38,472 22.5
14 Pennsylvania $1,100,962 $50,830 21.7
15 Michigan $917,701 $42,825 21.4
16 Tennessee $947,021 $44,219 21.4
17 Missouri $944,804 $44,650 21.2
18 Arizona $882,657 $42,000 21.0
19 Minnesota $1,185,581 $56,728 20.9
20 Colorado $1,261,053 $61,165 20.6
21 North Carolina $902,972 $43,850 20.6
22 South Dakota $1,130,048 $56,610 20.0
23 Oregon $908,898 $46,090 19.7
24 Utah $1,057,066 $53,614 19.7
25 South Carolina $761,185 $38,646 19.7
26 Alabama $743,644 $38,587 19.3
27 Montana $855,976 $45,197 18.9
28 Wisconsin $964,358 $50,953 18.9
29 Ohio $858,965 $46,157 18.6
30 Kentucky $719,012 $38,990 18.4
31 Kansas $1,034,676 $56,628 18.3
32 Rhode Island $928,204 $50,963 18.2
33 Louisiana $814,386 $45,060 18.1
34 New Hampshire $1,134,101 $62,796 18.1
35 Maryland $1,135,718 $63,656 17.8
36 Oklahoma $932,520 $52,533 17.8
37 Virginia $1,109,984 $62,844 17.7
38 Idaho $829,268 $47,727 17.4
39 Indiana $804,275 $46,501 17.3
40 Delaware $869,461 $51,049 17.0
41 Mississippi $580,461 $35,353 16.4
42 Nebraska $945,869 $58,013 16.3
43 Vermont $816,579 $50,283 16.2
44 North Dakota $1,080,845 $68,316 15.8
45 New Mexico $615,082 $39,675 15.5
46 Maine $655,870 $42,575 15.4
47 West Virginia $535,648 $34,987 15.3
48 Iowa $788,419 $53,753 14.7
49 Hawaii $797,001 $57,987 13.7
50 Alaska $910,059 $71,876 12.7
8* District of Columbia $1,858,878 $61,102 30.4
Northeast $1,777,756 $54,662 32.5
Midwest $1,038,485 $49,287 21.1
South $1,152,116 $46,895 24.6
West $1,444,246 $52,652 27.4

* Rank of the District of Columbia if it were ranked with the 50 states.

Notes: Incomes are in 2015 dollars. Data are for tax units.

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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As shown in the table, New York had the largest gap between the top 1 percent and the bottom 99 percent. The top 1 percent in New York in 2015 earned on average 44.4 times the income of the bottom 99 percent of families. This reflects in part the relative concentration of the financial sector in the greater New York City metropolitan area.

After New York, the next nine states with the largest gaps between the top 1 percent and bottom 99 percent in 2015 were Florida (where the top 1 percent earned 39.5 times as much as the bottom 99 percent, on average), Connecticut (37.2), Nevada (32.7), Wyoming (31.2), Massachusetts (30.9), California (30.7), Illinois (27.0), New Jersey (24.3), and Washington (24.2). In the District of Columbia, the top 1 percent earned 30.4 times as much as the bottom 99 percent.

The 10 most unequal states in 2015 are very similar to the top 10 in 2013 (reported in Sommeiller, Price, and Wazeter 2016), with Washington State moving into the top 10 from 12th place, displacing Texas (from 8th to 11th). The only other notable changes in the ratio of top 1 percent incomes to bottom 99 percent incomes are Florida moving from 5th to 2nd; displacing Connecticut (from 2nd to 3rd); Wyoming moving from 3rd to 5th; and Illinois moving from 10th to 8th. The relative rankings of New York (1), Nevada (4), Massachusetts (6), California (7) and New Jersey (9) remained unchanged.11

Even in the 10 states with the smallest gaps between the top 1 percent and bottom 99 percent in 2015, the top 1 percent earned between 12.7 and 16.4 times the income of the bottom 99 percent. Those states included Mississippi (where the top 1 percent earned 16.4 times as much as the bottom 99 percent, on average), Nebraska (16.3), Vermont (16.2), North Dakota (15.8), New Mexico (15.5), Maine (15.4), West Virginia (15.3), Iowa (14.7), Hawaii (13.7), and Alaska (12.7).

In Table 2 we present for 2015 the 25 highest and 25 lowest top-to-bottom ratios among 916 U.S. metropolitan areas, and in Table 3 we present the 25 highest and 25 lowest ratios among 3,061 counties. (See Appendix Table B1 for top-to-bottom ratios for all the available metropolitan areas and Appendix Table B2 for the ratios for all the available counties.)

Table 2

Ratio of top 1% income to bottom 99% income for the top 25 and bottom 25 of 916 metropolitan areas, 2015

Rank (from highest to lowest ratio) Metropolitan area Average income of the top 1% Average income of the bottom 99% Top-to-bottom ratio
1 Jackson, WY-ID $16,161,955 $122,447 132.0
2 Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, FL $5,590,120 $62,053 90.1
3 Key West, FL $4,741,192 $58,295 81.3
4 Sebastian-Vero Beach, FL $2,921,375 $43,473 67.2
5 Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT $6,290,951 $101,213 62.2
6 Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL $2,345,381 $42,319 55.4
7 Port St. Lucie, FL $1,737,118 $38,212 45.5
8 Glenwood Springs, CO $2,968,276 $66,015 45.0
9 Hailey, ID $3,115,982 $69,399 44.9
10 Gardnerville Ranchos, NV $2,272,387 $51,276 44.3
11 Summit Park, UT $4,784,667 $110,003 43.5
12 North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FL $1,810,660 $42,021 43.1
13 New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA $2,425,384 $61,550 39.4
14 Cape Coral-Fort Myers, FL $1,673,922 $43,148 38.8
15 Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, AR-MO $1,961,857 $52,723 37.2
16 Midland, TX $2,911,700 $81,551 35.7
17 Steamboat Springs, CO $2,507,070 $71,006 35.3
18 Easton, MD $1,982,671 $56,900 34.8
19 Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, NV $1,418,143 $40,770 34.8
20 San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA $3,445,220 $99,486 34.6
21 Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin, FL $1,441,439 $41,977 34.3
22 San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA $2,812,641 $82,321 34.2
23 Santa Maria-Santa Barbara, CA $1,846,469 $54,667 33.8
24 Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA $1,803,340 $53,904 33.5
25 Charlottesville, VA $2,062,751 $61,677 33.4
. . .
892 Liberal, KS $453,262 $49,066 9.2
893 Lexington, NE $456,276 $49,411 9.2
894 Dumas, TX $419,641 $46,254 9.1
895 Urbana, OH $374,800 $41,593 9.0
896 Eagle Pass, TX $349,678 $38,976 9.0
897 Bucyrus, OH $300,771 $33,547 9.0
898 Ozark, AL $290,288 $32,415 9.0
899 Frankfort, IN $385,993 $43,332 8.9
900 Lincoln, IL $354,062 $40,247 8.8
901 Susanville, CA $288,943 $32,970 8.8
902 Ottawa, KS $410,517 $47,423 8.7
903 Winnemucca, NV $403,927 $46,672 8.7
904 Mountain Home, ID $322,438 $37,263 8.7
905 Hinesville, GA $249,515 $29,119 8.6
906 Guymon, OK $469,741 $54,895 8.6
907 Altus, OK $355,959 $41,875 8.5
908 Fort Polk South, LA $339,796 $40,086 8.5
909 Juneau, AK $656,469 $77,617 8.5
910 Peru, IN $294,011 $37,124 7.9
911 St. Marys, GA $278,439 $38,030 7.3
912 California-Lexington Park, MD $493,009 $67,692 7.3
913 Los Alamos, NM $578,133 $82,406 7.0
914 Rio Grande City, TX $232,921 $34,431 6.8
915 Fort Leonard Wood, MO $237,485 $38,486 6.2
916 Junction City, KS $257,831 $47,429 5.4
United States $1,316,985 $50,107 26.3

Notes: Incomes are in 2015 dollars. Data are for tax units.

Source: Authors’ analysis of county- and state-level tax data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016. Core Based Statistical Areas defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division; Office of Management and Budget, February 2013 delineations.

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According to metropolitan-level data, the Jackson metropolitan area, which spans Wyoming and Idaho, had the largest gap between the top 1 percent and the bottom 99 percent. In Jackson the top 1 percent in 2015 earned on average 132.0 times the average income of the bottom 99 percent of families. The next nine metropolitan areas with the largest gaps between the top 1 percent and the bottom 99 percent are Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, Florida (where the top 1 percent earned 90.1 times as much as the bottom 99 percent, on average); Key West, Florida (81.3); Sebastian-Vero Beach, Florida (67.2); Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut (62.2); Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, Florida (55.4); Port St. Lucie, Florida (45.5); Glenwood Springs, Colorado (45.0); Hailey, Idaho (44.9); and Gardnerville Ranchos, Nevada (44.3). In all, 45 metro areas had gaps wider than the national gap (see Appendix Table B1).

In the 10 metropolitan areas with the smallest gaps between the top 1 percent and bottom 99 percent in 2015, the top 1 percent earned between 5.4 and 8.5 times the income of the bottom 99 percent of families. Those metropolitan areas include Altus, Oklahoma (where the top 1 percent earned 8.5 times as much as the bottom 99 percent, on average); Fort Polk South, Louisiana (8.5); Juneau, Alaska (8.5); Peru, Indiana (7.9); St. Marys, Georgia (7.3); California-Lexington Park, Maryland (7.3); Los Alamos, New Mexico (7.0); Rio Grande City, Texas (6.8); Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri (6.2); and Junction City, Kansas (5.4).

According to county-level data shown in Table 3, Teton County, Wyoming (which is one of two counties in the Jackson metropolitan area from the top of Table 2), had the largest gap between the top 1 percent and the bottom 99 percent. In Teton County, Wyoming, the top 1 percent in 2015 earned on average 142.2 times the average income of the bottom 99 percent of families. The next nine counties with the largest gaps between the top 1 percent and the bottom 99 percent are New York County, New York (where the top 1 percent earned 113.0 times as much as the bottom 99 percent on average); La Salle County, Texas (92.1); Collier County, Florida (90.1); Monroe County, Florida (81.3); Palm Beach County, Florida (77.9); Pitkin County, Colorado (72.2); San Miguel County, Colorado (69.2); Walton County, Florida (68.5); and Indian River County, Florida (67.2). In all, 139 counties had gaps wider than the national gap (see Appendix Table B2).

Table 3

Ratio of top 1% income to bottom 99% income for the top 25 and bottom 25 of 3,061 counties, 2015

Rank (from highest to lowest ratio) County Average income of the top 1% Average income of the bottom 99% Top-to-bottom ratio
1 Teton, WY $22,508,018 $158,290 142.2
2 New York, NY $8,983,154 $79,528 113.0
3 La Salle, TX $4,309,034 $46,763 92.1
4 Collier, FL $5,590,120 $62,053 90.1
5 Monroe, FL $4,741,192 $58,295 81.3
6 Palm Beach, FL $3,711,619 $47,665 77.9
7 Pitkin, CO $6,620,969 $91,714 72.2
8 San Miguel, CO $4,515,363 $65,281 69.2
9 Walton, FL $2,957,140 $43,174 68.5
10 Indian River, FL $2,921,375 $43,473 67.2
11 Martin, FL $3,328,484 $49,786 66.9
12 Fairfield, CT $6,290,951 $101,213 62.2
13 Westchester, NY $5,105,521 $89,408 57.1
14 Miami-Dade, FL $2,165,905 $38,875 55.7
15 Charlottesville City, VA $2,909,022 $53,028 54.9
16 Franklin, FL $1,456,120 $26,956 54.0
17 Suffolk, MA $2,796,952 $52,149 53.6
18 Union, SD $4,835,625 $92,752 52.1
19 Dallam, TX $2,569,241 $50,815 50.6
20 Sarasota, FL $2,118,448 $41,962 50.5
21 Carroll, NH $2,470,998 $48,980 50.4
22 San Mateo, CA $5,104,087 $103,906 49.1
23 De Witt, TX $2,733,797 $55,743 49.0
24 Benton, AR $3,162,818 $65,307 48.4
25 San Francisco, CA $4,109,379 $85,107 48.3
. . .
3037 Red Lake, MN $271,880 $40,067 6.8
3038 Starr, TX $232,921 $34,431 6.8
3039 Wabaunsee, KS $348,389 $51,966 6.7
3040 Harper, OK $322,645 $49,285 6.5
3041 Northwest Arctic, AK $347,718 $53,303 6.5
3042 Charles, MD $460,171 $70,658 6.5
3043 Wyandotte, KS $258,906 $39,770 6.5
3044 Yukon Koyukuk, AK $257,824 $39,777 6.5
3045 Prince Georges, MD $386,435 $59,818 6.5
3046 Sioux, ND $208,696 $32,511 6.4
3047 Culberson, TX $234,086 $36,716 6.4
3048 Osage, KS $281,343 $44,553 6.3
3049 Pulaski, MO $237,485 $38,486 6.2
3050 Southeast Fairbanks, AK $425,226 $69,401 6.1
3051 Gallatin, KY $212,894 $34,783 6.1
3052 Oglala Lakota, SD $203,645 $33,540 6.1
3053 Colonial Heights City, VA $271,066 $44,713 6.1
3054 Stafford, VA $508,887 $84,698 6.0
3055 Burke, ND $441,908 $78,557 5.6
3056 Manassas Park City, VA $362,129 $64,402 5.6
3057 Kusilvak Census Area, AK $183,884 $32,823 5.6
3058 Johnson, NE $234,896 $42,059 5.6
3059 King George, VA $402,710 $72,837 5.5
3060 Geary, KS $257,831 $47,429 5.4
3061 Valdez Cordova, AK $438,728 $82,065 5.3
United States $1,316,985 $50,107 26.3

Notes: Incomes are in 2015 dollars. Data are for tax units.

Source: Authors’ analysis of county- and state-level tax data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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In the 10 counties with the smallest gaps between the top 1 percent and bottom 99 percent in 2015, the top 1 percent earned between 5.3 and 6.1 times the income of the bottom 99 percent of families. Those counties include Oglala Lakota County, South Dakota (6.1); Colonial Heights City, Virginia (6.1); Stafford County, Virginia (6.0); Burke County, North Dakota (5.6); Manassas Park City, Virginia (5.6); Kusilvak Census Area, Alaska (5.6); Johnson County, Nebraska (5.6); King George County, Virginia (5.5); Geary County, Kansas (5.4); and Valdez-Cordova Census Area, Alaska (5.3).

What is the dollar amount required to be part of the top 1 percent in different states, metro areas, and counties?

Table 4 reports the threshold incomes required to be considered part of the top 1 percent by state and by region. Table 4 also includes the threshold to be included in the top 1 percent of the 1 percent (or the top 0.01 percent). The 50 states are ranked, from highest to lowest, by the income threshold required to be considered part of the top 1 percent in that state.

Table 4

Income threshold of top 1% and top 0.01%, and average income of top 0.01%, U.S. and by state and region, 2015

State rank (from highest to lowest threshold) State/region Income threshold of top 1% Income threshold of top 0.01% Average income of top 0.01%
United States $421,926 $9,765,989 $32,317,855
1 Connecticut $700,800 $19,499,450 $70,196,008
2 New Jersey $588,575 $10,786,410 $29,773,585
3 Massachusetts $582,774 $14,531,763 $50,737,531
4 New York $550,174 $17,420,552 $69,485,807
5 California $514,694 $12,891,282 $45,393,688
6 Colorado $458,576 $8,743,939 $25,099,683
7 Illinois $456,377 $10,446,486 $34,181,224
8 Washington $451,395 $10,271,453 $35,106,381
9 Maryland $445,783 $7,445,675 $19,603,954
10 North Dakota $445,415 $6,704,383 $16,386,624
11 Minnesota $443,118 $8,108,724 $23,134,209
12 Texas $440,758 $9,847,479 $31,310,378
13 Virginia $425,144 $7,473,175 $20,711,419
14 Florida $417,587 $12,027,665 $45,167,509
15 South Dakota $407,406 $7,831,851 $22,596,893
16 Wyoming $405,596 $15,052,175 $74,300,630
17 New Hampshire $405,286 $8,038,097 $24,956,804
18 Alaska $400,017 $5,304,110 $12,026,360
19 Pennsylvania $388,593 $7,821,533 $24,282,147
20 Kansas $375,344 $7,196,836 $21,518,645
21 Utah $374,467 $7,430,648 $22,000,819
22 Georgia $371,811 $6,735,860 $18,617,618
23 Nebraska $363,310 $6,277,204 $17,002,629
24 Oregon $358,937 $5,958,543 $16,145,076
25 Wisconsin $349,905 $6,676,846 $19,635,684
26 Rhode Island $346,657 $6,280,829 $17,542,831
27 North Carolina $343,066 $6,062,214 $17,037,228
28 Nevada $341,335 $10,677,468 $43,988,535
29 Delaware $340,770 $5,708,228 $15,225,579
30 Ohio $334,979 $5,640,615 $15,223,306
31 Oklahoma $333,139 $6,516,552 $19,828,262
32 Tennessee $332,913 $6,665,554 $20,334,457
33 Iowa $331,572 $4,862,037 $12,269,685
34 Arizona $331,074 $5,928,134 $16,097,364
35 Michigan $328,649 $6,396,743 $19,245,851
36 Missouri $326,839 $6,718,753 $20,946,857
37 Vermont $321,969 $5,331,265 $14,336,588
38 Montana $321,849 $5,766,985 $16,424,147
39 South Carolina $318,463 $4,649,350 $11,217,722
40 Louisiana $318,393 $5,302,707 $13,880,894
41 Indiana $316,756 $5,198,119 $13,393,757
42 Idaho $314,532 $5,570,560 $15,499,288
43 Hawaii $310,566 $5,282,639 $14,905,658
44 Maine $303,897 $3,631,803 $7,977,349
45 Alabama $297,564 $4,741,772 $12,196,118
46 Kentucky $274,818 $4,762,370 $13,683,017
47 West Virginia $258,078 $2,949,410 $6,569,242
48 New Mexico $255,429 $3,798,539 $9,517,871
49 Arkansas $255,050 $6,337,995 $26,036,208
50 Mississippi $254,362 $3,400,538 $7,929,519
2* District of Columbia $598,155 $13,690,380 $43,130,489
Northeast $525,544 $13,601,280 $47,913,012
Midwest $372,469 $7,250,631 $21,494,091
South $387,061 $8,333,946 $26,115,554
West $458,666 $10,796,111 $36,486,694

* Rank of the District of Columbia if it were ranked with the 50 states.

Notes: Incomes are in 2015 dollars. Data are for tax units.

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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Thirteen states and the District of Columbia had thresholds above the national threshold of $421,926.12 Connecticut had the highest income threshold in 2015 for the top 1 percent, $700,800. Mississippi had the lowest threshold, $254,362.

Table 5 and Table 6 present the 25 highest and 25 lowest income thresholds required to be considered part of the top 1 percent by metropolitan area and county, respectively. (To view all 916 metropolitan areas, see Appendix Table B3; see Appendix Table B4 for all 3,061 counties.)13

Table 5

Income threshold of top 1% by metropolitan area, 2015

Rank (from highest to lowest threshold) Metropolitan area Income threshold of top 1%
1 Jackson, WY-ID $1,702,255
2 Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT $1,447,109
3 Summit Park, UT $1,373,354
4 San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA $1,149,224
5 Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, FL $1,138,585
6 San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA $943,782
7 Key West, FL $937,101
8 Hailey, ID $837,668
9 Midland, TX $836,855
10 Edwards, CO $817,125
11 Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH $782,205
12 Boulder, CO $778,444
13 Steamboat Springs, CO $763,584
14 Glenwood Springs, CO $753,438
15 New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA $744,426
16 Trenton, NJ $708,736
17 Breckenridge, CO $705,417
18 Williston, ND $703,693
19 Sebastian-Vero Beach, FL $699,331
20 Napa, CA $673,132
21 Vineyard Haven, MA $669,310
22 Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA $664,710
23 Easton, MD $642,717
24 Charlottesville, VA $642,660
25 Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV $640,807
. . .
892 Malvern, AR $170,412
893 Junction City, KS $170,398
894 Marion, NC $170,090
895 Bogalusa, LA $167,269
896 Roanoke Rapids, NC $166,534
897 Grants, NM $166,012
898 Cedartown, GA $165,905
899 Hinesville, GA $163,986
900 Bucyrus, OH $163,644
901 Rockingham, NC $163,557
902 Las Vegas, NM $162,200
903 Palatka, FL $160,009
904 Eagle Pass, TX $159,616
905 Gaffney, SC $158,180
906 Española, NM $158,013
907 Lumberton, NC $155,588
908 North Vernon, IN $151,786
909 Valley, AL $151,019
910 Summerville, GA $145,063
911 Deming, NM $143,184
912 Middlesborough, KY $141,691
913 Newport, TN $139,389
914 Raymondville, TX $134,636
915 Bennettsville, SC $124,346
916 Rio Grande City, TX $121,339
United States $421,926

Note: Incomes are in 2015 dollars. Data are for tax units.

Source: Authors’ analysis of county- and state-level tax data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016. Core Based Statistical Areas defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division; Office of Management and Budget, February 2013 delineations.

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Table 6

Income threshold of top 1% by county, 2015

Rank (from highest to lowest threshold) County Income threshold of top 1%
1 Teton, WY $2,246,372
2 New York, NY $1,551,899
3 Fairfield, CT $1,447,109
4 Summit, UT $1,373,354
5 Pitkin, CO $1,366,427
6 San Mateo, CA $1,364,146
7 Marin, CA $1,347,176
8 Westchester, NY $1,322,742
9 McKenzie, ND $1,210,044
10 Goochland, VA $1,185,096
11 Santa Clara, CA $1,167,061
12 Collier, FL $1,138,585
13 San Francisco, CA $1,115,765
14 Union, SD $1,073,875
15 Norfolk, MA $1,013,379
16 Somerset, NJ $1,004,251
17 Morris, NJ $1,002,229
18 Lake, IL $994,221
19 Williamson, TN $990,913
20 Nassau, NY $969,435
21 Blaine, ID $958,873
22 Kendall, TX $952,246
23 Monroe, FL $937,101
24 San Miguel, CO $923,765
25 Falls Church City, VA $903,659
. . .
3037 Mingo, WV $132,000
3038 Quitman, GA $131,957
3039 Dixie, FL $131,598
3040 Heard, GA $130,751
3041 Claiborne, MS $129,205
3042 Morgan, KY $128,681
3043 Fulton, AR $127,943
3044 Quay, NM $127,275
3045 Menifee, KY $126,697
3046 McCreary, KY $126,346
3047 Tippah, MS $126,008
3048 Ziebach, SD $125,761
3049 Russell, AL $125,636
3050 Marlboro, SC $124,346
3051 Lee, SC $122,864
3052 Starr, TX $121,339
3053 Dickenson, VA $121,272
3054 Holmes, MS $120,978
3055 Union, SC $119,963
3056 Martin, KY $118,666
3057 Owsley, KY $110,246
3058 Clayton, GA $108,773
3059 Calhoun, MS $108,305
3060 Casey, KY $101,098
3061 Liberty, GA $98,832
United States $421,926

Notes: Incomes are in 2015 dollars. Data are for tax units.

Source: Authors’ analysis of county- and state-level tax data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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In 2015, the highest threshold for membership in the top 1 percent by metropolitan area was $1.7 million in the Jackson, Wyoming-Idaho metro area, followed by $1.45 million in Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut, and $1.37 million in Summit Park, Utah. In 2015, 107 out of 916 metro areas had thresholds above the national threshold of $421,926 (see Appendix Table B3).

The lowest thresholds by metropolitan area for membership in the top 1 percent were $121,339 in Rio Grande City, Texas; $124,346 in Bennettsville, South Carolina; and $134,636 in Raymondville, Texas.

Turning to the county-level data in Table 6, the highest top 1 percent threshold in 2015 was $2.25 million in Teton, Wyoming, followed by $1.55 million in New York, New York, and $1.45 million in Fairfield, Connecticut. The lowest thresholds were $98,832 in Liberty, Georgia; $101,098 in Casey, Kentucky; and $108,305 in Calhoun, Mississippi. Of the 3,061 counties, 317 had thresholds above the national threshold of $421,926 (see Appendix Table B4).

Shares and concentrations of national top 1 percent income by state, metro area, and county, 2015

The data presented so far have focused on the top 1 percent within each community. As we’ve seen, the dollar amounts of the top 1 percent threshold can vary sharply from one locale to another. A community in which the threshold is less than $100,000 clearly looks different from a community with a threshold greater than $2 million—it means something very different to be in the top 1 percent in Liberty County, Georgia, versus Teton County, Wyoming. To get a more complete understanding of how income is distributed nationwide, in this section we estimate the share of the income earned by the national top 1 percent (that is, the income of families earning at or above the national threshold of $421,926) in each state, metropolitan area, and county. We then determine which areas have the highest concentrations of national top 1 percent income by comparing the share of national top 1 percent income in each area with the area’s share of total national income.

Table 7 presents data for 2015 on each state’s share of total income (total state income as a share of total national income) alongside the state’s share of national top 1 percent income (national top 1 percent income in that state as a share of total national top 1 percent income).14 The ratio of these two numbers (share of national top 1 percent income divided by share of total income) is presented in the third column: values greater than 1.0 indicate a high concentration of national top 1 percent in a state relative to the state’s share of overall income, and values less than 1.0 indicate a low concentration of national top 1 percent income relative to the state’s share of all income.15

Table 7

State and regional shares of total national income and national top 1% income, and relative concentrations of national top 1% income, 2015

State rank (from highest to lowest share of national top 1% income) State/region Share of total national income Share of national top 1% income Ratio of shares (concentration) Rank (from highest to lowest ratio)
1 California 13.92% 17.44% 1.25 6
2 New York 7.51% 12.31% 1.64 1
3 Texas 8.60% 8.54% 0.99 11
4 Florida 5.63% 7.89% 1.40 3
5 Illinois 4.28% 4.58% 1.07 10
6 New Jersey 3.60% 4.19% 1.16 7
7 Massachusetts 2.83% 3.85% 1.36 4
8 Pennsylvania 4.03% 3.34% 0.83 16
9 Connecticut 1.68% 2.68% 1.59 2
10 Washington 2.47% 2.41% 0.98 12
11 Georgia 2.65% 2.21% 0.84 15
12 Virginia 2.95% 2.20% 0.75 23
13 Ohio 3.16% 2.07% 0.66 33
14 Michigan 2.61% 1.95% 0.75 22
15 North Carolina 2.56% 1.91% 0.75 24
16 Maryland 2.26% 1.71% 0.76 19
17 Colorado 1.88% 1.68% 0.89 13
18 Minnesota 1.84% 1.60% 0.87 14
19 Tennessee 1.73% 1.32% 0.77 18
20 Arizona 1.65% 1.24% 0.75 21
21 Wisconsin 1.71% 1.20% 0.70 29
22 Missouri 1.61% 1.20% 0.74 25
23 Indiana 1.74% 1.04% 0.60 42
24 Nevada 0.79% 0.90% 1.15 8
25 Oregon 1.10% 0.80% 0.73 27
26 Louisiana 1.25% 0.77% 0.62 38
27 Oklahoma 1.15% 0.74% 0.65 36
28 South Carolina 1.13% 0.74% 0.66 34
29 Alabama 1.11% 0.68% 0.61 40
30 Kansas 0.91% 0.64% 0.70 30
31 Utah 0.80% 0.60% 0.75 20
32 Kentucky 1.01% 0.58% 0.58 43
33 Arkansas 0.68% 0.49% 0.72 28
34 Iowa 0.93% 0.48% 0.52 46
35 District of Columbia 0.34% 0.45% 1.33 5
36 Nebraska 0.61% 0.38% 0.61 41
37 New Hampshire 0.50% 0.36% 0.73 26
38 Mississippi 0.60% 0.28% 0.47 49
39 Wyoming 0.22% 0.26% 1.14 9
40 Idaho 0.40% 0.25% 0.62 39
41 Rhode Island 0.33% 0.22% 0.68 32
42 Hawaii 0.46% 0.22% 0.49 47
43 South Dakota 0.27% 0.22% 0.79 17
44 New Mexico 0.47% 0.22% 0.46 50
45 North Dakota 0.29% 0.20% 0.69 31
46 Montana 0.27% 0.18% 0.65 35
47 Delaware 0.28% 0.18% 0.63 37
48 Maine 0.34% 0.17% 0.49 48
49 West Virginia 0.38% 0.16% 0.41 51
50 Alaska 0.27% 0.15% 0.53 45
51 Vermont 0.19% 0.11% 0.57 44
Northeast 21.02% 27.20% 1.29
Midwest 19.97% 15.55% 0.78
South 34.31% 30.81% 0.90
West 24.71% 26.32% 1.07

Notes: Share of total national income is the state/region’s total income as a share of total national income. Share of national top 1% income is the total income of families in the state or region who are in the national top 1%, as a share of all national top 1% income in the U.S. The ratio of the national top 1% income share to the total share indicates the relative concentration of national top 1% income in a given state or region. Incomes are in 2015 dollars. Data are for tax units. Threshold for entering the national top 1% in 2015 was $421,926.

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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As shown in Table 7, the incomes of Californians in the national top 1 percent accounted for the largest share—17.44 percent—of all income earned by the national top 1 percent.

After California, the next four states that accounted for the largest shares of the national top 1 percent’s income were New York (where 12.31 percent of the income of the national top 1 percent was received), Texas (8.54 percent), Florida (7.89 percent), and Illinois (4.58 percent). Of all the income received by the national top 1 percent in 2015, half accrued to families in these five states.16

Rounding out the top 10 states in terms of the highest shares of national top 1 percent income were New Jersey (4.19 percent), Massachusetts (3.85 percent), Pennsylvania (3.34 percent), Connecticut (2.68 percent), and Washington (2.41 percent). As a group, these five states accounted for 16.48 percent of the income of the national top 1 percent.17

The highest concentrations of national top 1 percent income (as reflected in the ratios in Table 7) occurred in New York, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, District of Columbia, California, New Jersey, Nevada, Wyoming, and Illinois.

The 10 states where the income of residents in the national top 1 percent accounted for the smallest share of national 1 percent income were Hawaii (where the families earning enough to enter the national top 1 percent accounted for 0.22 percent of the income of the national top 1 percent), South Dakota (0.22 percent), New Mexico (0.22 percent), North Dakota (0.20 percent), Montana (0.18 percent), Delaware (0.18 percent), Maine (0.17 percent), West Virginia (0.16 percent), Alaska (0.15 percent), and Vermont (0.11 percent).

The smallest concentrations of national top 1 percent incomes occurred in West Virginia, New Mexico, Mississippi, Maine, Hawaii, Iowa, Alaska, Vermont, Kentucky, and Indiana.

Table 8 and Table 9 present the 10 metropolitan areas and 10 counties with the largest shares of the income of the national top 1 percent (Panel A) and the 10 metropolitan areas and counties with the largest concentrations of national top 1 percent income relative to their shares of total income (Panel B). (To view data for all 916 metropolitan areas, see Appendix Table B5. See Appendix Table B6 for all 3,061 counties.)

Table 8

Metro area shares of total national income and national top 1% percent income, and relative concentrations of national top 1% income, 2015

Panel A. Top 10 metropolitan areas by share of national top 1% income
Rank (from highest to lowest share of national top 1% incomes) Metropolitan area Share of total national income Share of national top 1% income Ratio of shares (concentration) Rank (from highest to lowest ratio)
1 New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA 8.73% 14.87% 1.7 12
2 Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA 4.67% 6.46% 1.4 26
3 San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA 2.79% 5.01% 1.8 10
4 Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI 3.47% 4.25% 1.2 34
5 Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH 2.27% 3.59% 1.6 17
6 Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL 1.91% 3.58% 1.9 8
7 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX 2.47% 2.98% 1.2 35
8 Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX 2.56% 2.84% 1.1 41
9 Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV 2.83% 2.74% 1.0 60
10 San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA 1.30% 2.60% 2.0 7
Panel B. Top 10 metropolitan areas by the ratio of share of national top 1% income to share of total national income
Rank (from highest to lowest ratio) Metropolitan area Share of total national income Share of national top 1% income Ratio of shares (concentration) Rank (from highest to lowest share of national top 1% incomes)
1 Jackson, WY-ID 0.04% 0.13% 3.1 88
2 Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, FL 0.22% 0.62% 2.9 28
3 Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT 0.74% 1.91% 2.6 13
4 Key West, FL 0.04% 0.11% 2.6 98
5 Summit Park, UT 0.03% 0.07% 2.3 130
6 Sebastian-Vero Beach, FL 0.06% 0.13% 2.2 86
7 San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA 1.30% 2.60% 2.0 10
8 Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL 1.91% 3.58% 1.9 6
9 Hailey, ID 0.01% 0.03% 1.9 244
10 San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA 2.79% 5.01% 1.8 3

Notes: Panel A shows the 10 metro areas with the highest shares of national top 1% income, out of 916 metro areas nationwide. Share of total national income is the metro area’s total income as a share of total national income. Share of national top 1% income is the total income of families in the metro area who are in the national top 1%, as a share of all national top 1% income in the U.S. Panel B shows the 10 metro areas with the highest concentrations of national top 1% income (measured as the ratio of the metro area’s national top 1% share to the metro area’s total income share). Incomes are in 2015 dollars. Data are for tax units. Threshold for entering the national top 1% in 2015 was $421,926.

Source: Authors’ analysis of county- and state-level tax data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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Table 9

County shares of total national income and national top 1 percent income, and relative concentrations of national top 1% income, 2015

Panel A. Top 10 counties by share of national top 1% income
Rank (from highest to lowest share of national top 1% income) County Share of total national income Share of national top 1% income Ratio of shares (concentration) Rank (from highest to lowest ratio)
1 New York, NY 1.84% 6.00% 3.3 2
2 Los Angeles, CA 3.37% 4.69% 1.4 70
3 Santa Clara, CA 1.28% 2.60% 2.0 20
4 Cook, IL 1.84% 2.48% 1.4 82
5 Harris, TX 1.63% 2.19% 1.3 87
6 Fairfield, CT 0.73% 1.91% 2.6 5
7 Orange, CA 1.30% 1.78% 1.4 76
8 Westchester, NY 0.69% 1.77% 2.5 7
9 King, WA 1.09% 1.72% 1.6 49
10 Palm Beach, FL 0.64% 1.57% 2.4 8
Panel B. Top 10 counties by the ratio of share of national top 1% income to share of total national income
Rank (from highest to lowest ratio) County Share of total national income Share of national top 1% income Ratio of shares (concentration) Rank (from highest to lowest share of national top 1% income)
1 Teton, WY 0.04% 0.13% 3.3 136
2 New York, NY 1.84% 6.00% 3.3 1
3 Collier, FL 0.22% 0.62% 2.9 36
4 Pitkin, CO 0.02% 0.04% 2.7 297
5 Fairfield, CT 0.73% 1.91% 2.6 6
6 Monroe, FL 0.04% 0.11% 2.6 151
7 Westchester, NY 0.69% 1.77% 2.5 8
8 Palm Beach, FL 0.64% 1.57% 2.4 10
9 Marin, CA 0.23% 0.55% 2.4 41
10 San Mateo, CA 0.61% 1.46% 2.4 12

Notes: Panel A shows the 10 counties with the highest shares of national top 1% income, out of 3,061 counties nationwide. Share of total national income is the county’s total income as a share of total national income. Share of national top 1% income is the total income of families in the county who are in the national top 1%, as a share of all national top 1% income in the U.S. Panel B shows the 10 counties with the highest concentrations of national top 1% income (measured as the ratio of the county’s national top 1% share to the county’s total income share). Incomes are in 2015 dollars. Data are for tax units. Threshold for entering the national top 1% in 2015 was $421,926.

Source: Authors’ analysis of county- and state-level tax data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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As seen in Table 8, the 10 metropolitan areas with the largest shares of income of the national top 1 percent were New York-Newark-Jersey City, New York-New Jersey-Pennsylvania; Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, California; San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, California; Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, Illinois-Indiana-Wisconsin; Boston-Cambridge-Newton, Massachusetts-New Hampshire; Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, Florida; Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Texas; Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas; Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, District of Columbia-Virginia-Maryland-West Virginia; and San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, California.

The 10 metropolitan areas with the largest concentrations of the income of the national top 1 percent were Jackson, Wyoming-Idaho; Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, Florida; Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut; Key West, Florida; Summit Park, Utah; Sebastian-Vero Beach, Florida; San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, California; Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, Florida; Hailey, Idaho; and San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, California.

Turning to the county-level data in Table 9, we find that the 10 counties where the shares of national top 1 percent income were highest were New York County, New York; Los Angeles County, California; Santa Clara County, California; Cook County, Illinois; Harris County, Texas; Fairfield County, Connecticut; Orange County, California; Westchester County, New York; King County, Washington; and Palm Beach County, Florida.

The 10 counties with the largest concentrations of the income of the national top 1 percent relative to their shares of all income were Teton County, Wyoming; New York County, New York; Collier County, Florida; Pitkin County, Colorado; Fairfield County, Connecticut; Monroe County, Florida; Westchester County, New York; Palm Beach County, Florida; Marin County, California; and San Mateo County, California.

We now turn our attention to trends in top incomes over time.

Income growth in the states since 1945

In this section, we return to analyzing data for the top 1 percent of families within a state (as opposed to the national top 1 percent residing in each state, as discussed in the above section), this time looking at historical trends since 1945.18 We examine here the split income growth between the top 1 percent and the bottom 99 percent over three periods: 1945 to 1973,19 1973 to 2007, and the period from the end of the Great Recession in 2009 to the most current year of data available, 2015.

The average inflation-adjusted income of the bottom 99 percent of families grew by 100.1 percent between 1945 and 1973. Over the same period, the average income of the top 1 percent of families grew by 34.3 percent. Faster income growth for the bottom 99 percent of families meant that the top 1 percent captured just 4.9 percent of all income growth over the period. (Data are shown in Appendix Table B7.)

The pattern in the distribution of income growth reversed itself from 1973 to 2007 as the income of the bottom 99 percent of families grew much more slowly (by just 15.4 percent) compared with the top 1 percent, whose average income grew by 216.4 percent. As a result, over half (58.7 percent) of all income growth in this period landed in the hands of the top 1 percent of families. (Data are shown in Appendix Table B8.)

Looking at the growth of incomes since the end of the Great Recession in 2009, we see that the more recent unequal pattern of income growth has continued over the course of the recovery. From 2009 to 2015, the income of the bottom 99 percent of families grew by 10.3 percent while the average income of the top 1 percent grew 33.9 percent. So far during the recovery (from 2009 to 2015), the top 1 percent of families have captured 41.8 percent of all income growth nationwide. At the state level, the incomes of the top 1 percent grew faster than the incomes of the bottom 99 percent in 43 states and the District of Columbia. (Data are shown in Appendix Table B9.)

The distribution of income growth has improved since our last report when we found that the top 1 percent captured 85.1 percent of income growth between 2009 and 2013. As the business cycle ages, falling unemployment leads to more broadly shared wage and income growth, thus reducing the top 1 percent’s take of all income growth. From our 2016 report to this one, income growth during the recovery for the top 1 percent increased from 17.4 percent (looking at changes from 2009 to 2013) to 33.9 percent (2009 to 2015)—almost doubling. Among the bottom 99 percent, cumulative growth increased from 0.7 percent to 10.3 percent—growing to nearly 15 times what it was. The bigger relative improvement in growth for the bottom 99 percent is why the top 1 percent captured a smaller share of income growth from 2009 to 2015 than from 2009 to 2013. Nevertheless, the average income of the top 1 percent still grew faster than the average income of the bottom 99 percent, thus the top-to-bottom ratio continued to increase.

Table 10 presents estimates of the top 1 percent’s share of income growth for the 50 states and the District of Columbia, across three time periods.20 It shows that:

  • In 49 states and the District of Columbia, the top 1 percent captured a larger share of all income growth from 1973 to 2007 than in the earlier period (1945 to 1973).21
  • In 25 states, the top 1 percent captured half or more of income growth from 1973 to 2007. In Alaska, Arizona, Hawaii, Michigan, Nevada, and North Dakota, average income increased only for the top 1 percent (while overall income declined in those states).22 The other states where a majority of income growth went to the top 1 percent were New York (where 87.3 percent of all income growth was captured by the top 1 percent), Montana (86.9 percent), Florida (85.7 percent), South Carolina (77.9 percent), Illinois (73.3 percent), New Mexico (72.0 percent), Wyoming (71.4 percent), District of Columbia (64.6 percent), Connecticut (63.5 percent), Ohio (59.1 percent), California (56.8 percent), Indiana (56.2 percent), Oregon (52.5 percent), Delaware (52.3 percent), Idaho (51.8 percent), Colorado (50.9 percent), Georgia (50.7 percent), Massachusetts (50.4 percent), and Maryland (50.3 percent).
  • So far in the recovery (from 2009 to 2015), the top 1 percent have captured half or more of all income growth in nine states, including Connecticut and North Carolina, where only top 1 percent incomes grew (while bottom 99 percent incomes declined)23; Nevada (where the top 1 percent captured 81.0 percent of the state’s income growth); Florida (77.5 percent); Maryland (58.4 percent); Massachusetts (58.4 percent); California (53.1 percent); Missouri (53.1 percent); and New York (51.4 percent).
Table 10

Shares of total income growth captured by the top 1% from 1945 to 1973, 1973 to 2007, and 2009 to 2015, U.S. and by state and region

State/region 1945–1973 1973–2007 2009–2015
United States 4.9% 58.7% 41.8%
Alabama 7.5% 46.6% 39.1%
Alaska NA Ŧ 9.9%
Arizona 6.4% Ŧ 27.3%
Arkansas 9.7% 32.8% 27.4%
California 3.4% 56.8% 53.1%
Colorado 4.0% 50.9% 22.2%
Connecticut 5.2% 63.5% 134.2%
Delaware ŧ 52.3% 44.7%
District of Columbia 4.5% 64.6% 26.5%
Florida 9.0% 85.7% 77.5%
Georgia 6.8% 50.7% 45.7%
Hawaii 2.8% Ŧ 6.2%
Idaho 7.4% 51.8% 23.2%
Illinois 3.8% 73.3% 39.6%
Indiana 5.7% 56.2% 26.2%
Iowa 6.0% 39.3% 18.3%
Kansas 6.7% 39.3% 23.8%
Kentucky 7.2% 39.0% 34.4%
Louisiana 8.2% 23.3% 3.7%
Maine 5.2% 34.5% 28.7%
Maryland 2.9% 50.3% 58.4%
Massachusetts 2.9% 50.4% 58.4%
Michigan 4.4% Ŧ 32.9%
Minnesota 4.1% 45.2% 27.4%
Mississippi 8.4% 35.5% 18.5%
Missouri 4.7% 48.3% 53.1%
Montana 6.1% 86.9% 14.1%
Nebraska 6.6% 41.5% 21.9%
Nevada 3.0% Ŧ 81.0%
New Hampshire 5.6% 32.4% 23.0%
New Jersey 6.0% 46.5% 34.2%
New Mexico 6.9% 72.0% 2.8%
New York 0.5% 87.3% 51.4%
North Carolina 5.3% 37.9% 117.3%
North Dakota 4.0% Ŧ 14.6%
Ohio 3.9% 59.1% 30.2%
Oklahoma 8.4% 39.6% 10.3%
Oregon 4.7% 52.5% 29.8%
Pennsylvania 3.4% 45.0% 33.3%
Rhode Island 0.6% 45.2% 24.0%
South Carolina 6.7% 77.9% 36.1%
South Dakota 5.4% 46.6% 23.2%
Tennessee 8.0% 48.2% 32.3%
Texas 10.0% 45.5% 25.6%
Utah 5.8% 49.5% 20.5%
Vermont 5.1% 42.6% 20.9%
Virginia 5.9% 31.6% 38.3%
Washington 8.4% 41.9% 42.0%
West Virginia 8.6% 33.7% ŧ
Wisconsin 4.4% 44.7% 20.1%
Wyoming 7.3% 71.4% 43.0%
Northeast 2.8% 61.7% 50.4%
Midwest 4.6% 61.2% 31.5%
South 7.7% 48.7% 43.5%
West 4.6% 58.9% 46.3%

Ŧ Top 1% incomes grew while overall incomes fell over this period.

ŧ Top 1% incomes fell while overall incomes grew over this period.

Notes: Where the top 1% share of income growth is greater than 100%, that means the bottom 99% suffered income losses during that period. The top 1% share of total income growth over a period is calculated as 0.01 * ($ change in average top 1% income) / ($ change in overall average income). The bottom 99% share of total income growth is calculated as 0.99 * ($ change in average top 99% income) / ($ change in overall average income). When top 1% income rises while bottom 99% income falls (but overall income growth is still positive), the top 1% share will be greater than 100%. If the calculated growth share would be a negative number, we use the symbol ŧ (“top 1% incomes fell while overall incomes grew over this period”) or Ŧ (“top 1% incomes grew while overall incomes fell over this period”).

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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Income growth by region since 1921

Normally it’s during the economic expansion that follows a recession that workers make wage gains that hopefully leave them better off than before the recession started. Between 1921 and 2015 there have been 17 expansions. Following Tcherneva 2014, Figure A presents the fraction of regional income growth accruing to the top 1 percent in all but two of those expansions.24 In the figure, the century is divided into four periods, 1921–1929 (three expansions), 1933–1945 (two expansions), 1949–1973 (five expansions) and 1975–2015 (five expansions). The share of income growth captured by the top 1 percent is averaged across all economic expansions within each period. As the figure shows, income growth over the expansions that have occurred since 1975 has been captured disproportionately by the top 1 percent in every region of the country, similar to the distribution of income growth in the 1920s.25

Figure A

Shares of income growth accruing to the top 1% during economic expansions, U.S. and by region

United States Northeast Midwest South West
1921–1929 45% 64% 28% 43% 111%
1933–1945 15% 16% 14% 15% 15%
1949–1973 7% 4% 7% 8% 7%
1975–2015 45% 55% 68% 32% 191%
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Notes: Shares greater than 100%—accruing to the top 1% in the West across the three expansions from 1921–1929 and the five expansions from 1975–2015—are the result of falling incomes for the bottom 99% in one expansion during each of these periods, specifically during the expansion from 1924 to 1926 and the expansion from 1975 to 1980. Excluding those two expansions, the fraction of growth accruing to the top 1% over the two remaining expansions from 1921 to 1929 averaged 18%, and the fraction of growth accruing to the top 1% over the four remaining expansions from 1975 to 2015 averaged 50%.

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years), Piketty and Saez 2016, and Tcherneva 2014

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The new gilded age

Figure B presents the share of all income (including capital gains income) held by the top 1 percent of families between 1917 and 2015 for the United States and by region. As the figure illustrates, income inequality measured here in terms of market incomes reached a peak in 1928 before declining rapidly in the 1930s and 1940s and then more gradually until the 1970s.

Figure B

Shares of all income held by the top 1%, U.S. and by region, 1917–2015

United States Northeast Midwest South West
1917 18% 23% 14% 14% 13%
1918 16% 20% 13% 14% 11%
1919 16% 20% 13% 15% 12%
1920 15% 16% 13% 14% 11%
1921 16% 17% 14% 14% 11%
1922 17% 19% 15% 15% 13%
1923 16% 17% 14% 14% 12%
1924 17% 19% 15% 15% 13%
1925 20% 23% 17% 19% 14%
1926 20% 22% 17% 18% 16%
1927 21% 24% 18% 18% 16%
1928 24% 29% 20% 18% 18%
1929 22% 27% 18% 17% 16%
1930 17% 19% 15% 15% 13%
1931 15% 16% 14% 15% 13%
1932 16% 16% 14% 15% 12%
1933 16% 18% 14% 15% 13%
1934 16% 17% 15% 16% 14%
1935 17% 18% 14% 16% 14%
1936 19% 20% 18% 19% 16%
1937 17% 18% 15% 17% 15%
1938 16% 15% 14% 16% 13%
1939 16% 16% 15% 16% 13%
1940 16% 16% 15% 17% 13%
1941 16% 16% 15% 16% 13%
1942 13% 14% 13% 13% 11%
1943 12% 13% 12% 12% 11%
1944 11% 14% 12% 12% 11%
1945 13% 15% 13% 12% 11%
1946 13% 14% 12% 13% 11%
1947 12% 12% 11% 12% 10%
1948 12% 13% 11% 13% 12%
1949 12% 12% 11% 12% 11%
1950 13% 14% 12% 13% 12%
1951 12% 13% 11% 12% 11%
1952 11% 12% 10% 11% 10%
1953 10% 11% 10% 10% 9%
1954 11% 12% 10% 11% 10%
1955 11% 12% 10% 11% 10%
1956 11% 12% 10% 11% 9%
1957 10% 11% 10% 10% 9%
1958 10% 11% 10% 10% 9%
1959 11% 12% 10% 11% 10%
1960 10% 11% 10% 10% 9%
1961 11% 12% 10% 10% 10%
1962 10% 11% 9% 10% 9%
1963 10% 11% 9% 10% 9%
1964 10% 11% 10% 11% 9%
1965 11% 12% 10% 11% 10%
1966 10% 11% 10% 10% 9%
1967 11% 12% 10% 11% 10%
1968 11% 13% 10% 11% 10%
1969 10% 12% 10% 10% 9%
1970 9% 10% 9% 9% 8%
1971 9% 10% 9% 10% 8%
1972 10% 10% 9% 10% 9%
1973 9% 10% 8% 10% 9%
1974 9% 9% 8% 9% 8%
1975 9% 9% 9% 9% 8%
1976 9% 9% 9% 9% 8%
1977 9% 9% 9% 9% 9%
1978 9% 9% 9% 9% 9%
1979 10% 10% 9% 10% 10%
1980 10% 11% 9% 10% 9%
1981 10% 11% 9% 10% 9%
1982 11% 6% 6% 7% 5%
1983 12% 6% 5% 7% 5%
1984 12% 11% 8% 9% 8%
1985 13% 11% 9% 9% 8%
1986 16% 15% 11% 13% 12%
1987 13% 13% 10% 11% 10%
1988 15% 15% 11% 12% 12%
1989 14% 14% 11% 12% 12%
1990 14% 16% 13% 14% 15%
1991 13% 15% 12% 13% 14%
1992 15% 17% 14% 14% 14%
1993 14% 16% 13% 14% 14%
1994 14% 16% 13% 14% 14%
1995 15% 17% 14% 15% 15%
1996 17% 19% 17% 16% 16%
1997 18% 20% 15% 17% 18%
1998 19% 21% 16% 18% 19%
1999 20% 23% 16% 18% 22%
2000 22% 24% 16% 18% 24%
2001 18% 22% 14% 16% 18%
2002 17% 19% 14% 16% 17%
2003 18% 18% 13% 15% 16%
2004 20% 22% 16% 18% 20%
2005 22% 24% 17% 21% 22%
2006 23% 24% 18% 21% 21%
2007 24% 26% 18% 20% 21%
2008 21% 23% 17% 19% 18%
2009 18% 21% 15% 17% 17%
2010 20% 24% 17% 18% 20%
2011 20% 24% 17% 19% 19%
2012 23% 25% 19% 22% 23%
2013 20% 24% 17% 19% 20%
2014 21% 26% 18% 21% 22%
2015 22% 25% 18% 20% 22%
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Notes: Data are for tax units. Income includes capital gains income. Shaded areas denote recessions.

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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For all of its considerable flaws (as evidenced, for example, by gender, ethnic, and racial discrimination in every aspect of society), the period from the 1940s to the early 1970s is often described as a “golden age,” thanks to broadly shared income growth in which the lowest-paid wage earner all the way up to the highest-paid CEO experienced similar growth in incomes.

Ironically, just as legal forms of discrimination in hiring, schooling, and housing (which had already cemented in place the racial wealth inequalities born of American slavery and Jim Crow) were being challenged with increasing success, the emerging new prosperity was more gilded than golden: Income growth overall slowed while the top 1 percent income share moved sharply upward toward its 1928 peak.

The patterns of income inequality in the states, 1917–2015

The patterns of income growth over time in individual states reflect in broad terms the national pattern. This pattern, illustrated in Figure B, is also present for each individual state, as seen in the interactive accompanying this release.

  • Table 11 presents four snapshots of the income share of the top 1 percent in each state and the District of Columbia—for the years 1928, 1973, 2007, and 2015. The table shows that between 1928 and 1973, the share of income held by the top 1 percent declined in 49 states and the District of Columbia, following the national pattern.26 From 1973 to 2007, the share of income held by the top 1 percent increased in every state and the District of Columbia.
  • Even factoring in the impact of the Great Recession by examining the period from 1973 to 2015, the share of income held by the top 1 percent still increased in every state and the District of Columbia. And, as national data for 2015 show, top 1 percent incomes are moving higher as the economy continues to recover (the share of income held by the top 1 percent in the U.S. climbed to 21.0 percent in 2015).
Table 11

Top 1% share of all income, U.S. and by state and region, 1928, 1973, 2007, 2015, and changes in shares across periods

Top 1% share of all income Change in income share of the top 1% (percentage points)
Rank (by change in share 1973–2007)  State/region 1928 1973 2007 2015 1928–1973 1973–2007 1973-2015 Rank (by change in share 1973–2015)
United States 23.4% 9.2% 21.7% 21.0% -14.2 12.5 11.8
1 Wyoming 10.9% 8.5% 32.1% 24.0% -2.4 23.6 15.5 4
2 New York 36.1% 10.5% 33.2% 31.0% -25.6 22.8 20.5 1
3 Connecticut 23.2% 9.9% 31.8% 27.3% -13.3 21.9 17.4 2
4 Nevada 14.0% 9.9% 28.5% 24.8% -4.1 18.6 14.9 6
5 Florida 21.9% 11.5% 28.1% 28.5% -10.4 16.6 17.0 3
6 Massachusetts 24.5% 8.8% 24.6% 23.8% -15.7 15.8 14.9 7
7 Illinois 23.6% 9.0% 22.8% 21.5% -14.6 13.7 12.4 8
8 California 20.6% 8.7% 22.4% 23.7% -11.9 13.7 15.0 5
9 New Jersey 22.9% 9.0% 21.3% 19.7% -13.9 12.4 10.7 10
10 Washington 11.0% 8.3% 20.2% 19.7% -2.7 11.8 11.3 9
11 Colorado 17.5% 8.0% 19.7% 17.2% -9.5 11.7 9.3 14
12 Utah 14.4% 7.6% 19.2% 16.6% -6.8 11.5 9.0 16
13 Arizona 15.9% 8.6% 20.0% 17.5% -7.3 11.4 8.9 18
14 Texas 15.8% 11.1% 21.1% 19.6% -4.8 10.1 8.6 20
15 Minnesota 18.4% 7.9% 17.9% 17.4% -10.5 10.0 9.5 12
16 Maryland 22.4% 7.5% 17.3% 15.3% -14.9 9.8 7.8 27
17 Oklahoma 17.7% 9.6% 19.3% 15.2% -8.2 9.7 5.6 41
18 Tennessee 18.6% 10.1% 19.7% 17.8% -8.6 9.6 7.7 28
19 Pennsylvania 21.9% 9.0% 18.6% 18.0% -12.9 9.6 9.0 17
20 South Carolina 12.6% 8.3% 17.9% 16.6% -4.3 9.6 8.3 22
21 Idaho 9.4% 8.2% 17.7% 14.9% -1.2 9.5 6.7 34
22 South Dakota 10.1% 6.6% 16.0% 16.8% -3.6 9.4 10.2 11
23 Georgia 16.3% 9.4% 18.7% 18.6% -6.9 9.3 9.2 15
24 Vermont 15.2% 7.9% 17.0% 14.1% -7.2 9.1 6.2 39
25 Rhode Island 22.7% 8.9% 18.0% 15.5% -13.7 9.0 6.6 37
26 New Hampshire 16.6% 8.2% 17.2% 15.4% -8.4 9.0 7.3 32
27 Alabama 17.6% 9.6% 18.6% 16.3% -8.0 9.0 6.7 35
28 Montana 13.7% 7.8% 16.6% 16.1% -5.9 8.8 8.2 24
29 Missouri 20.3% 9.1% 17.7% 17.6% -11.2 8.6 8.5 21
30 North Dakota 10.0% 5.7% 14.3% 13.8% -4.3 8.6 8.0 25
31 Wisconsin 16.3% 7.8% 16.3% 16.0% -8.5 8.5 8.3 23
32 New Mexico 13.4% 8.2% 16.5% 13.5% -5.1 8.3 5.3 43
33 Michigan 22.6% 8.5% 16.6% 17.8% -14.1 8.1 9.3 13
34 Oregon 13.6% 9.2% 17.2% 16.6% -4.5 8.1 7.4 30
35 Nebraska 12.0% 8.6% 16.6% 14.1% -3.4 8.0 5.5 42
36 Virginia 14.7% 7.6% 15.6% 15.1% -7.1 8.0 7.6 29
37 North Carolina 16.5% 8.5% 16.5% 17.2% -8.1 8.0 8.7 19
38 Kansas 13.1% 8.7% 16.6% 15.6% -4.4 7.9 6.9 33
39 Ohio 20.5% 8.4% 15.9% 15.8% -12.1 7.5 7.4 31
40 Hawaii 11.5% 7.1% 14.3% 12.2% -4.5 7.2 5.1 44
41 Indiana 15.0% 8.3% 15.4% 14.9% -6.7 7.2 6.6 36
42 Alaska NA 5.1% 12.2% 11.3% NA 7.0 6.2 38
43 Kentucky 18.3% 9.6% 15.8% 15.7% -8.7 6.2 6.1 40
44 Maine 19.5% 8.3% 14.5% 13.5% -11.2 6.1 5.1 45
45 Delaware 47.3% 11.2% 16.9% 14.7% -36.1 5.7 3.5 50
46 Arkansas 13.2% 10.6% 16.2% 18.5% -2.7 5.6 7.9 26
47 Iowa 13.9% 7.8% 13.4% 12.9% -6.1 5.6 5.1 47
48 Mississippi 13.0% 9.7% 15.0% 14.2% -3.3 5.3 4.5 48
49 West Virginia 13.9% 9.8% 14.1% 13.4% -4.1 4.3 3.6 49
50 Louisiana 16.9% 10.3% 14.6% 15.4% -6.6 4.3 5.1 46
6* District of Columbia 18.0% 8.9% 24.9% 23.5% -9.1 16.0 14.6 8
Northeast 28.8% 9.6% 26.1% 24.7% -19.1 16.5 15.1
Midwest 20.1% 8.5% 17.9% 17.5% -11.6 9.4 9.1
South 18.1% 9.8% 20.1% 19.9% -8.3 10.4 10.1
West 17.7% 8.5% 21.3% 21.7% -9.1 12.8 13.2

* Rank of the District of Columbia if it were ranked with the 50 states.

Note: Top 1% share is the share of the state/region’s total income held by the top 1% of families in that state or region.

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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The 10 states with the biggest jumps (at least 10.7 percentage points) in the top 1 percent share from 1973 to 2015 included New York (where the top 1 percent share increased 20.5 percentage points), Connecticut (17.4), Florida (17.0), Wyoming (15.5), California (15.0), Nevada (14.9), Massachusetts (14.9), Illinois (12.4), Washington (11.3), and New Jersey (10.7). In the remaining states, the increase in the top 1 percent share was between 3.5 and 10.2 percentage points.

Income inequality across counties and metro areas, 2015

How does income inequality, measured as the top 1 percent income share, spread over counties and metropolitan areas?

Tables 12 and 13 present the 2015 share of income going to the top 1 percent and bottom 99 percent for the top 25 and bottom 25 metropolitan areas and counties in 2015, ranked by top 1 percent share of the locality’s total income. (See Appendix Table B10 for the top income share in all 916 metropolitan areas and Appendix Table B11 for all 3,061 counties.)

Table 12

Shares of all income held by the top 1% and the bottom 99%, by metropolitan area, 2015

Bottom 99%
Rank (by top 1% share) Metropolitan area Bottom 90% 90th–95th percentiles 95th–99th percentiles Bottom 99% Top 1% (99th–100th percentiles)
1 Jackson, WY-ID 27.0% 5.2% 10.7% 42.9% 57.1%
2 Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, FL 23.5% 10.2% 18.7% 52.4% 47.6%
3 Key West, FL 28.6% 9.2% 17.1% 54.9% 45.1%
4 Sebastian-Vero Beach, FL 29.4% 11.0% 19.2% 59.6% 40.4%
5 Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT 34.2% 9.8% 17.5% 61.4% 38.6%
6 Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL 34.5% 11.2% 18.4% 64.1% 35.9%
7 Port St. Lucie, FL 38.6% 12.2% 17.7% 68.5% 31.5%
8 Glenwood Springs, CO 43.7% 9.2% 15.9% 68.8% 31.2%
9 Hailey, ID 41.7% 10.0% 17.1% 68.8% 31.2%
10 Gardnerville Ranchos, NV 41.3% 10.3% 17.5% 69.1% 30.9%
11 Summit Park, UT 40.5% 10.8% 18.1% 69.5% 30.5%
12 North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FL 37.6% 12.6% 19.5% 69.7% 30.3%
13 New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA 41.9% 11.2% 18.4% 71.5% 28.5%
14 Cape Coral-Fort Myers, FL 40.2% 12.4% 19.3% 71.8% 28.2%
15 Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, AR-MO 46.3% 10.4% 15.9% 72.7% 27.3%
16 Midland, TX 48.3% 9.4% 15.8% 73.5% 26.5%
17 Steamboat Springs, CO 46.6% 10.2% 16.8% 73.7% 26.3%
18 Easton, MD 44.7% 11.2% 18.0% 74.0% 26.0%
19 Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, NV 46.4% 12.1% 15.5% 74.0% 26.0%
20 San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA 43.7% 11.7% 18.6% 74.1% 25.9%
21 Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin, FL 44.5% 12.6% 17.2% 74.2% 25.8%
22 San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA 44.0% 11.7% 18.6% 74.3% 25.7%
23 Santa Maria-Santa Barbara, CA 46.6% 10.7% 17.3% 74.6% 25.4%
24 Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA 45.9% 11.1% 17.8% 74.7% 25.3%
25 Charlottesville, VA 47.9% 10.2% 16.6% 74.7% 25.3%
. . .
892 Liberal, KS 69.7% 9.7% 12.0% 91.5% 8.5%
893 Lexington, NE 68.4% 10.3% 12.8% 91.5% 8.5%
894 Dumas, TX 66.8% 12.0% 12.8% 91.6% 8.4%
895 Urbana, OH 66.3% 13.2% 12.2% 91.7% 8.3%
896 Eagle Pass, TX 69.0% 10.8% 11.8% 91.7% 8.3%
897 Bucyrus, OH 64.9% 12.8% 14.1% 91.7% 8.3%
898 Ozark, AL 61.4% 14.4% 16.0% 91.7% 8.3%
899 Frankfort, IN 67.1% 12.2% 12.4% 91.7% 8.3%
900 Lincoln, IL 62.2% 13.7% 15.9% 91.8% 8.2%
901 Susanville, CA 58.9% 17.6% 15.4% 91.9% 8.1%
902 Ottawa, KS 68.3% 11.8% 11.8% 92.0% 8.0%
903 Winnemucca, NV 63.6% 14.1% 14.2% 92.0% 8.0%
904 Mountain Home, ID 66.1% 12.4% 13.5% 92.0% 8.0%
905 Hinesville, GA 63.6% 13.3% 15.2% 92.0% 8.0%
906 Guymon, OK 71.8% 9.9% 10.3% 92.0% 8.0%
907 Altus, OK 67.1% 11.7% 13.3% 92.1% 7.9%
908 Fort Polk South, LA 66.4% 12.0% 13.7% 92.1% 7.9%
909 Juneau, AK 70.3% 9.8% 12.0% 92.1% 7.9%
910 Peru, IN 65.6% 13.1% 13.9% 92.6% 7.4%
911 St. Marys, GA 63.6% 14.2% 15.3% 93.1% 6.9%
912 California-Lexington Park, MD 67.9% 11.9% 13.3% 93.1% 6.9%
913 Los Alamos, NM 67.2% 12.5% 13.6% 93.4% 6.6%
914 Rio Grande City, TX 69.5% 11.3% 12.8% 93.6% 6.4%
915 Fort Leonard Wood, MO 68.3% 12.4% 13.5% 94.1% 5.9%
916 Junction City, KS 74.5% 9.7% 10.6% 94.8% 5.2%
United States 51.2% 11.8% 16.0% 79.0% 21.0%

Note: Shares are for the top 1% and the bottom 99% of families in each metro area; shares are a percentage of the total income in that metro area.

Source: Authors’ analysis of state- and county-level tax data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016. Core Based Statistical Areas defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division; Office of Management and Budget, February 2013 delineations.

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Table 13

Shares of all income held by the top 1% and the bottom 99%, by county, 2015

Bottom 99%
Rank (by top 1% share) County Bottom 90% 90th–95th percentiles 95th–99th percentiles Bottom 99% Top 1% (99th–100th percentiles)
1 Teton, WY 25.7% 5.0% 10.4% 41.0% 59.0%
2 New York, NY 20.4% 9.1% 17.3% 46.7% 53.3%
3 La Salle, TX 34.6% 6.0% 11.2% 51.8% 48.2%
4 Collier, FL 23.5% 10.2% 18.7% 52.4% 47.6%
5 Monroe, FL 28.6% 9.2% 17.1% 54.9% 45.1%
6 Palm Beach, FL 27.5% 10.1% 18.3% 56.0% 44.0%
7 Pitkin, CO 31.9% 9.2% 16.8% 57.8% 42.2%
8 San Miguel, CO 33.8% 8.8% 16.2% 58.9% 41.1%
9 Walton, FL 29.3% 10.9% 18.9% 59.1% 40.9%
10 Indian River, FL 29.4% 11.0% 19.2% 59.6% 40.4%
11 Martin, FL 29.5% 10.9% 19.2% 59.7% 40.3%
12 Fairfield, CT 34.2% 9.8% 17.5% 61.4% 38.6%
13 Westchester, NY 33.2% 11.1% 19.1% 63.4% 36.6%
14 Miami-Dade, FL 35.4% 10.9% 17.7% 64.0% 36.0%
15 Charlottesville City, VA 38.6% 9.6% 16.1% 64.3% 35.7%
16 Franklin, FL 32.2% 14.1% 18.4% 64.7% 35.3%
17 Suffolk, MA 37.8% 10.1% 17.0% 64.9% 35.1%
18 Union, SD 42.2% 8.3% 15.0% 65.5% 34.5%
19 Dallam, TX 49.2% 7.6% 9.4% 66.2% 33.8%
20 Sarasota, FL 34.0% 12.3% 20.0% 66.2% 33.8%
21 Carroll, NH 43.1% 9.4% 13.7% 66.2% 33.8%
22 San Mateo, CA 38.3% 10.5% 18.0% 66.8% 33.2%
23 De Witt, TX 40.5% 9.6% 16.8% 66.9% 33.1%
24 Benton, AR 43.3% 8.6% 15.2% 67.2% 32.8%
25 San Francisco, CA 38.4% 10.7% 18.2% 67.2% 32.8%
. . .
3037 Red Lake, MN 66.7% 13.0% 13.9% 93.6% 6.4%
3038 Starr, TX 69.5% 11.3% 12.8% 93.6% 6.4%
3039 Wabaunsee, KS 71.0% 10.6% 12.0% 93.7% 6.3%
3040 Harper, OK 70.5% 11.0% 12.2% 93.8% 6.2%
3041 Northwest Arctic, AK 67.2% 12.9% 13.7% 93.8% 6.2%
3042 Charles, MD 70.0% 11.4% 12.5% 93.8% 6.2%
3043 Wyandotte, KS 69.4% 11.6% 12.9% 93.8% 6.2%
3044 Yukon Koyukuk, AK 68.4% 12.3% 13.2% 93.9% 6.1%
3045 Prince Georges, MD 69.4% 11.7% 12.8% 93.9% 6.1%
3046 Sioux, ND 69.2% 11.3% 13.4% 93.9% 6.1%
3047 Culberson, TX 66.8% 13.6% 13.6% 93.9% 6.1%
3048 Osage, KS 69.6% 11.6% 12.8% 94.0% 6.0%
3049 Pulaski, MO 68.3% 12.4% 13.5% 94.1% 5.9%
3050 Southeast Fairbanks, AK 75.7% 8.5% 10.0% 94.2% 5.8%
3051 Gallatin, KY 66.8% 13.6% 13.8% 94.2% 5.8%
3052 Oglala Lakota, SD 71.5% 10.6% 12.1% 94.2% 5.8%
3053 Colonial Heights City, VA 68.2% 11.5% 14.5% 94.2% 5.8%
3054 Stafford, VA 71.0% 11.2% 12.1% 94.3% 5.7%
3055 Burke, ND 72.1% 10.9% 11.6% 94.6% 5.4%
3056 Manassas Park City, VA 71.9% 10.8% 11.9% 94.6% 5.4%
3057 Kusilvak Census Area, AK 72.0% 10.8% 11.8% 94.6% 5.4%
3058 Johnson, NE 70.8% 11.7% 12.2% 94.7% 5.3%
3059 King George, VA 71.0% 11.6% 12.1% 94.7% 5.3%
3060 Geary, KS 74.5% 9.7% 10.6% 94.8% 5.2%
3061 Valdez Cordova, AK 73.4% 10.4% 11.1% 94.9% 5.1%
United States 51.2% 11.8% 16.0% 79.0% 21.0%

Note: Shares are for the top 1% and the bottom 99% of families in each county; shares are a percentage of the total income in that county.

Source: Authors’ analysis of state- and county-level tax data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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By metropolitan area (Table 12), the top 1 percent share of all income was highest in Jackson, Wyoming-Idaho, at 57.1 percent, followed by 47.6 percent in Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, Florida, and 45.1 percent in Key West, Florida. For comparison, overall in the U.S. the top 1 percent took home 21.0 percent of all income in 2015. Among metropolitan areas the lowest top income shares were 5.2 percent in Junction City, Kansas; 5.9 percent in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; and 6.4 percent in Rio Grande City, Texas.

By county (Table 13), the top 1 percent took home 59.0 percent of all income in Teton County, Wyoming; 53.3 percent in New York County, New York; and 48.2 percent in La Salle County, Texas. The lowest share of all income consumed by the top 1 percent was 5.1 percent in Valdez-Cordova Census Area, Alaska; 5.2 percent in Geary County, Kansas; and 5.3 percent in both Johnson County, Nebraska, and King George County, Virginia.

Conclusion

The rise in inequality experienced in the United States over the past four-plus decades is not just a story of those on Wall Street, in Hollywood, or in the Silicon Valley reaping outsized rewards. While we find a large share of national top 1 percent income concentrated in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, IRS data also make clear that rising inequality and increases in top 1 percent incomes affect every part of the U.S. Between 1973 and 2007, the top 1 percent of families in all states captured an increasing share of income. And from 2009 to 2015, in the wake of the Great Recession, top 1 percent incomes in most states once again grew faster than the incomes of the bottom 99 percent.

The rise between 1973 and 2007 in top 1 percent incomes relative to the bottom 99 percent represents a sharp reversal of the trend that prevailed in the mid-20th century. Between 1928 and 1973, the share of income held by the top 1 percent declined in every state except Alaska (data for Alaska are not available for 1928). This earlier era was characterized by a rising minimum wage, low levels of unemployment after the 1930s, widespread collective bargaining in private industries (manufacturing, transportation, telecommunications, and construction), and a cultural, political and legal environment that kept a lid on executive compensation in all sectors of the economy.

Today, unionization and collective bargaining levels are at historic lows not seen since before 1928 (Freeman 1997; Bivens et al. 2017). The federal minimum wage purchases fewer goods and services than it did in 1968 (Cooper 2017). Meanwhile CEO pay has gone from 20 times greater than typical workers’ pay in 1965 to 271 times greater in 2016 (Mishel and Schieder 2017).27

Policy choices and cultural forces have combined to put downward pressure on the wages and incomes of most Americans even as their productivity has risen (Bivens and Mishel 2015; Levy and Temin 2007). As a result, CEOs and executives at the commanding heights of the private economy have appropriated a rising share of the nation’s expanding economic pie, setting new norms and expectations for high-level compensation that are being emulated among nonprofit hospital executives, college presidents, surgeons, and lawyers.

The gains of those at the top have come at the expense of the vast majority of working families. The Economic Policy Institute’s The State of Working America, 12th Edition, found that between 1979 and 2007, had the income of the middle fifth of households grown at the same rate as overall average household income, it would have been $18,897 higher in 2007—27.0 percent higher than it actually was (Mishel et al. 2012).28

Yet more troubling, the rapid rise in top incomes in this new gilded age—which started as a rise in labor income for top executives—has, since 2000, been driven by capital income derived from the ownership of assets (Piketty, Saez, and Zucman 2018a). The idle rich in America are in ascendance at a time when—more than in most other advanced countries—the children of affluent parents typically grow up to be affluent, and the children of the poor remain poor (Corak 2012). Today at elite colleges more students come from families in the top 1 percent of the income distribution than from the bottom 50 percent (Chetty et al. 2017). Meanwhile U.S. public colleges have become increasingly unaffordable, further limiting opportunity for children of lower-income households (Huelsman 2018).

Federal policy in the last year has also changed in ways that are likely to further increase income inequality. The Trump administration has abandoned a rule that would have expanded automatic eligibility for overtime to 12.5 million workers, ensuring that they would be paid time-and-a-half when they work more than 40 hours in a week (Shierholz 2017). The administration has delayed the implementation of the fiduciary rule, which requires investment advisers to act in their clients’ best interests (Shierholz and Zipperer 2017). The administration has also sided with corporate interests seeking to permit companies to force workers to sign arbitration agreements with class action waivers—forcing workers to give up their right to file class action lawsuits, taking them out of the courtrooms and into individual private arbitration when their rights on the job are violated (McNicholas 2017). Finally, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December 2017 is expected to distribute 83 percent of its benefits to the top 1 percent (TPC 2017). All of these actions are a step in the wrong direction if the country is going to shrink the gap between those at the top and everyone else.

Reinventing America as a land of widespread opportunity requires economic policy that aims to ensure every child has access to adequate food, shelter, health care, child care, and education—whether that child is the daughter of a janitor or the son of a real estate tycoon. Parents working in any occupation must be able to count on a living-wage job; they must be given a voice—either individually or collectively with others—to participate in regulating the conditions of their work; and they must have opportunities to participate in the democratic institutions that govern the affairs of their communities.

We hope these data on income inequality will be useful for starting conversations in your community about steps you and your neighbors can take to lift up workers; to increase opportunities for children as well as for people seeking a second chance in life; to increase participation in elections and community governance; and, finally, to reaffirm that an important purpose of work is to provide for our families and build up our communities—and that the abundant fruits of workers’ labors should be spread much more widely than they are now. In short, making America great is about making the economy serve the lives of the many, not the narrow interests of the gilded few.

Acknowledgments

The authors thank the staff at the Internal Revenue Service for their public service and assistance in collecting state-level tax data, as well as the staff at the University of Delaware library for their assistance in obtaining IRS documentation. The authors also wish to thank Emmanuel Saez for graciously providing details on the construction of the Piketty and Saez top-income time series and for providing guidance on adjustments to make when constructing a state-by-state time series. This work would also have not been possible without Thomas Piketty’s (2001) own careful work and notes on how he constructed his top-income time series. Thanks to Mark Frank of Sam Houston State University for sharing unpublished state-level IRS data for 1983–1985 and collaborating with us in contributing to the World Inequality Database. Thanks to Ebru Kongar of Dickinson College for her assistance estimating local shares of the national top 1 percent. Thanks also to Frédéric Lerais at the Institute for Research in Economic and Social Sciences; and to Krista Faries, David Cooper, John Schmitt, Josh Bivens, Julia Wolfe, Lora Engdahl, John Carlo Mandapat, Dan Crawford, Kayla Blado, and Eric Shansby at the Economic Policy Institute. Thanks to Colin Gordon, Doug Hall, Lawrence Mishel, Christopher Roof, Elizabeth Rose, Dan Essrow, and Ellis Wazeter for their assistance with previous versions of this report.

About the authors

Estelle Sommeiller, a socioeconomist at the Institute for Research in Economic and Social Sciences in France, holds two Ph.D.’s in economics, one from the University of Delaware and one from the Université Lumière in Lyon, France. Thomas Piketty and Emmanuel Saez both approved her doctoral dissertation, Regional Inequality in the United States, 1913–2003, which was awarded the highest distinction by her dissertation committee. This report is based on, and updates, her dissertation.

The Institute for Research in Economic and Social Sciences (IRES) in France is the independent research center of the six labor unions officially granted representation nationwide. Created in 1982 with the government’s financial support, IRES is registered as a private nonprofit organization under the Associations Act of 1901. IRES’s mission is to analyze the economic and social issues—at the national, European, and international levels—that are of special interest to labor unions. More information is available at www.ires.fr.

Mark Price, a labor economist at the Keystone Research Center, holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Utah.

The Keystone Research Center (KRC) was founded in 1996 to broaden public discussion on strategies to achieve a more prosperous and equitable Pennsylvania economy. Since its creation, KRC has become a leading source of independent analysis of Pennsylvania’s economy and public policy (www.keystoneresearch.org).

Appendix A: Methodology

The most common sources of data on wages and incomes by state are derived from surveys of households such as the Current Population Survey and the American Community Survey. These data sources are not well-suited to tracking trends in income by state among the highest-income households, especially the top 1 percent. Trends in top incomes can be estimated from data published by the IRS on the amount of income and the number of taxpayers in different income ranges.29 Appendix Table A1 presents this data for Pennsylvania in 2015. We have also assembled SOI Tax Stats for most counties for the years 2010 to 2015, and we aggregate up from county data to also present metropolitan area statistics on top incomes.30

Appendix Table A1

Individual income and tax data for Pennsylvania, by size of adjusted gross income, tax year 2015

Number of returns Adjusted gross income (thousands) Share of aggregate adjusted gross income
All returns 6,200,560 $405,142,214 100%
Under $1 70,220 -$4,832,017 -1%
$1 to $24,999 2,234,270 $25,883,054 6%
$25,000 to $49,999 1,428,170 $51,938,139 13%
$50,000 to $74,999 864,230 $53,231,431 13%
$75,000 to $99,999 573,080 $49,640,844 12%
$100,000 to $199,999 776,750 $104,312,881 26%
$200,000 to $499,999 207,390 $59,138,493 15%
$500,000 to $999,999 32,210 $21,558,860 5%
$1,000,000 or more 14,260 $44,270,529 11%

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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Knowing the amount of income and the number of taxpayers in each bracket, we can use the properties of a statistical distribution known as the Pareto distribution to extract estimates of incomes at specific points in the distribution of income, including the 90th, 95th, and 99th percentiles.31 With these threshold values we then calculate the average income of taxpayers with incomes that lie between these ranges, such as the average income of taxpayers with incomes greater than the 99th percentile (i.e., the average income of the top 1 percent).

Calculating income earned by each group of taxpayers as well as the share of all income they earn requires state-level estimates in each year from 1917 to 2015 of the total number of families and the total amount of income earned in each state. Piketty and Saez (2016) have national estimates of families (hereafter referred to as “tax units”32) and total income (including capital gains), which we allocate to the states.33

In the sections that follow, we describe in more detail the assumptions we make in generating our top income estimates by state. We then review errors we observe in our interpolation of top incomes from 1917 to 2015 and compare our interpolation results with top income estimates obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue. Next we briefly illustrate the calculations we use to interpolate the 90th, 95th, and 99th percentiles from the data presented in Appendix Table A1. Finally, the last section of the appendix presents our top income estimates for the United States as a whole, alongside the same estimates from Piketty and Saez (2016).

Estimating tax units by state, county, and metropolitan area

Tax units are an estimate of the universe of potential taxpayers (the total number of single adults and married couples in each state, county, or metropolitan area). In order to allocate Piketty and Saez’s national estimate of tax units to the states, we estimate each state’s share of the sum of married men, divorced and widowed men and women, and single men and women 20 years of age or older. From 1979 to 2015, tax unit series at the state level are estimated using data from the Current Population Survey (basic monthly microdata). From 1917 to 1978, the state total of tax units has to be proxied by the number of household units released by the Census Bureau, the only source of data available over this time period.34 For interdecennial years, the number of household units is estimated by linear interpolation. From 2010 to 2015, we use each county’s share of statewide total households from the American Community Survey in order to generate from our statewide tax unit counts and county-level tax units.35 Metropolitan area tax units are calculated as the sum of the county tax units that make up each metropolitan area.

Estimating total income by state, county, and metropolitan area

To calculate the share of total income held by households in the top decile, we need the dollar amount of total income recorded in each state,36 which we derive from the state-level personal income series published by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) for the years 1929 to 2015.37 We estimate from this data each state’s share of a national total income. These shares are then applied to Piketty and Saez’s (2016) income estimates for the entire country (including realized capital gains).

Prior to 1929, BEA personal income data are not available; we estimate personal income in this period relying on estimates published by Easterlin et al. (1957).38 The annual state total income estimates for the years 1922–1928 are derived by linear interpolation between 1921 and 1929. For 1917 and 1918, we use Easterlin et al. to interpolate state total income between 1900 and 1919. As Easterlin et al. do not include the District of Columbia, we assume that D.C.’s share of the national total is roughly similar in 1917–18 and in 1919–1920. We average D.C.’s share of the U.S. total over 1919 and 1920 and apply it to the annual total of 1918 and again to 1919.39 As in the 1929–2015 period, all of our state-level estimates for the period 1917–1928 are, in their final form, adjusted to Piketty and Saez’s income estimates for the entire country (including realized capital gains).

For the county-level data (2010 to 2015), we allocate state total income to individual counties using each county’s share of statewide adjusted gross income as reported by the IRS. Metropolitan area total income is calculated as the sum of the county total income for each county in a metropolitan area.

The Alaskan and Hawaiian territories

Tax statistics for Alaska and Hawaii do include individual income tax data prior to their becoming states in 1959. However, Alaska’s tax records are included in Washington State from 1921 to 1938 and again from 1943 to 1954.40 Therefore, “Washington State” in our final series actually means Washington and Alaska taken together in these two time periods, with Alaska left as an empty cell.

Data on personal income from the BEA are not available for Hawaii and Alaska prior to 1950. We assume that the share of either territory in U.S. personal income totals in the pre-1950 period is comparable to its share in U.S. personal income totals in the 1950s decade. In BEA series and tax units series, we add Alaska’s total income to that of Washington in the years 1921–1938 and 1943–1954 to compute Washington’s income shares in compliance with tax records.

Adjusting for classes grouped for disclosure purposes, 1917–1937

From 1917 to 1937, the IRS in some states grouped several classes (typically one or two) of income at the top of the distribution together in order to conceal the identity of individual taxpayers. To retrieve these suppressed net income figures we use the relative midpoint technique. Specifically, we calculate the midpoint of each income class that is grouped together. We weight these midpoints by the number of returns for each income class within a group (the IRS did not suppress the number of returns of classes that were grouped), summing the weighted midpoints across the grouping. For example, if the weighted midpoint of an income class represents 50 percent of the sum of weighted midpoints, then the net income estimate should also represent half of the total income for the grouped classes. The sum of all estimates always equals the given classes-grouped total. When the disclosed amount applies to the highest income class (say $5 million and over), the lower bound is taken instead of the midpoint.

In a minority of cases (8 percent of all income classes displayed in the IRS tables from 1917 to 1937), the relative midpoint approach yields income estimates that do not lie within the interval of the corresponding income class. Whenever an estimate falls below the lower bound of the income class, it is replaced with the lower bound weighted by the number of returns. Whenever the estimate exceeds the upper bound, it is replaced with the upper bound weighted by the number of returns.41

In all cases, our estimates of net income all sum up to the total of classes grouped provided in SOI tables for that state. Each net income estimate lies within the income class specified in SOI tables. And finally, the total amount of income across all income classes always sum up to the state income total.

Pareto interpolation

In a study of the distribution of incomes in various countries, the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto observed that as the amount of income doubles, the number of people earning that amount falls by a constant factor. In the theoretical literature, this constant factor is usually called the Pareto coefficient (labeled bi in Appendix Table A5).42 Combining this property of the distribution of incomes with published tax data on the number of tax units and the amount of income at certain levels, it is possible to estimate the top decile (or the highest-earning top 10 percent of tax units), and within the top decile, a series of percentiles such as the average annual income earned by the highest-income 1 percent of tax units, up to and including the top 0.01 percent fractile (i.e., the average annual income earned by the richest 1 percent of the top 1 percent of tax units).43

Our data series here matches most closely what Piketty and Saez (2001) label as “variant 3,” a time series of average top incomes and income shares that includes capital gains. In generating their “variant 3” time series, Piketty and Saez make two key adjustments to top average incomes. We describe those adjustments below.

From net to gross income and the yearly problem of deductions

After an estimate of top incomes was obtained via Pareto interpolation, Piketty and Saez adjusted average incomes upward to account for the net income concept used by the IRS before 1944 (1917–1943) and adjusted gross income adjustments (1944–2012).44 We follow Piketty and Saez and make the same adjustments uniformly across the states.

The IRS definition of income has varied over time. The IRS used the term “net income” until 1943, and “adjusted gross income” (AGI) from 1944 on. In the net income definition, the various deductions taken into account (donations to charity, mortgage interests paid, state and local taxes, etc.) were smaller over 1913–1943 than over 1944–2012. As a result, income estimates from 1917 to 1943 have to be adjusted upward.

To a lesser extent, incomes from 1944 to 2015 also have to be adjusted upward, as the term “adjusted” in AGI refers to various income deductions (contributions to individual retirement accounts, moving expenses, self-employment pension plans, health savings accounts, etc.). As Piketty and Saez (2004) note, AGI adjustments are small (about 1 percent of AGI, up to 4 percent in the mid-1980s), and their importance declines with income within the top decile.

The treatment of capital gains across states, 1934–1986

From 1934 to 1986, capital gains were sometimes entirely and sometimes partially excluded from the IRS’s Statistics of Income. Piketty and Saez corrected for this omission in their “variant 3” series. Because of the concentration of income by geography, replicating Piketty and Saez’s capital gains adjustments uniformly across the states would understate top incomes in high-income states such as New York and overstate top incomes in low-income states such as Mississippi. Unfortunately, state-level aggregates of capital gains income are not available at this time. Instead, as a proxy we take each state’s deviation of top incomes from the U.S. average top income,45 and we use this figure to adjust up or down the coefficients that Piketty and Saez employed to correct for the exclusion of capital gains from pretax income between 1934 and 1986.

Interpolation errors

Data users should exercise some caution in analyzing the full data series (provided online at go.epi.org/unequalstates2018data). We have identified 11 instances where our Pareto interpolation generates an income threshold that is higher than the next-higher income threshold. For example, in Wyoming in 2010 by Pareto interpolation we estimate the 90th-percentile income to be $130,484, but also by Pareto interpolation we estimate the income at the 95th percentile as $125,567. Both estimates cannot be correct. Appendix Table A2 presents the percentiles affected in each state by this error as well as the year in which the error occurred. Data users making comparisons over time should examine the entire time series for a state before drawing conclusions about time trends from a single point-to-point comparison.

Appendix Table A2

States and percentiles affected by errors in Pareto interpolations used to generate state-level income thresholds, 1917–2015

Errors
States P90 > P95 P95 > P99 P99 > P99.5 P99.5 > P99.9 P99.9 > P99.99 Total number of errors
Alaska 1955, 1982 1918, 1919, 1920 5
Idaho 1960 1
New Mexico 1965 1
West Virginia 1951, 1952 2
Wyoming 2010, 2012 1
South Carolina 1952 1

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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Even when our estimates of each threshold are lower than the next-higher threshold (in other words, the 90th percentile is lower than the 95th percentile, and so on), errors can still arise in our calculation of the average incomes that lie between those percentiles. For example, for 2011 we estimate that the average income between the 90th and 95th percentiles in Alabama was $125,516, while we estimate the 95th-percentile income as $115,126. Appendix Table A3 summarizes the number of such errors in our data set, excluding those that result from the errors reported in Appendix Table A2. Almost all of these errors occur in the bottom half of the 10th percentile46—with a peak in the 1950s and the 2000s—and, roughly speaking, in the least-populated states.47 Altogether, the 281 errors represent 0.33 percent of the 85,323 observations of the entire panel (17 indicators within the top decile * 50 states and D.C. * 99 years).48 Appendix Table A4 summarizes the number of interpolation errors in our full county-level data for 2010–2015. We identify 3,266 interpolation errors in a panel of 266,900 observations (5 years * 3,140 counties49 * 17 indicators) or 1.2 percent of our estimates.50

Appendix Table A3

Percentiles affected by errors in the estimation of interfractile average incomes at the state level, 1917–2015

Errors Number
P90–95 > P95 242
P95–99 > P99 4
P99–99.5 > P99.5 15
P99.5–99.9 > P99.9 5
P99.9–99.99 > P99.99 4

Note: This table does not include errors reported in Table A2.

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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Appendix Table A4

Percentiles affected by errors in the estimation of income thresholds and interfractile average incomes at the county level, 2010–2015

 

Income thresholds Interfractile average incomes
Errors Number Errors Number
P90 > P95 472 P90–95 > P95 2,706
P95 > P99 5 P95–99 > P99 83
P99 > P99.5 0 P99–99.5 > P99.5 0
P99.5 > P99.9 0 P99.5–99.9 > P99.9 0
P99.9 > P99.99 0 P99.9–99.99 > P99.99 0
Total 477 Total 2,789

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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Comparing imputed top incomes with actual top incomes

The methods discussed here to estimate top incomes from the data contained in Appendix Table A1 are not as precise as actually having a database of all individual tax returns from which to calculate average incomes for the highest-income taxpayers. The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue has generated and published more precise top-income figures for Pennsylvania taxpayers filing their state tax returns in recent years. This allows us to compare the actual income data with the results of estimates using our standard method (the standard method being our only option for generating estimates in the other 49 states and for Pennsylvania in earlier years). It turns out our methods underestimate top incomes.

Appendix Table A5 presents the average income of the top 1 percent for Pennsylvania. The first column presents our projections based on IRS tax tables. The second column presents the average income of the top 1 percent but calculated directly from a database containing all Pennsylvania tax returns published by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue. Based on our projections using IRS data, our estimates of the average income of the top 1 percent averaged 87 percent of the actual figures.

Appendix Table A5

Comparing projections of top incomes in Pennsylvania with actual levels, 2000–2015

Projections based on Internal Revenue Service data Actual levels as reported by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue
 Year Average income of the top 1% Average income of the top 1% Projected average income of top 1% as share of actual
2000 $1,041,790 $1,172,454 89%
2001 $868,074 $949,446 91%
2002 $791,563 $892,757 89%
2003 $838,579 $965,239 87%
2004 $923,711 $1,088,868 85%
2005 $1,048,099 $1,243,919 84%
2006 $1,098,049 $1,305,464 84%
2007 $1,175,044 $1,342,349 88%
2008 $967,446 $1,144,627 85%
2009 $858,668 $986,881 87%
2010 $953,712 $1,108,910 86%
2011 $929,963 $1,078,691 86%
2012 $1,103,890 $1,228,962 90%
2013 $927,150 $1,078,707 86%
2014 $1,031,873 $1,176,955 88%
2015 $1,100,962 $1,246,584 88%
% change, 2001–2007 35.4% 41.4%
% change, 2009–2015 28.2% 26.3%
Average, 2000–2015 87%

Note: Incomes are in 2015 dollars. Data are for tax units.

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years), Piketty and Saez 2016, and the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue (various years)

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Calculating the 90th, 95th, and 99th percentiles for Pennsylvania

Appendix Table A6 shows the calculations we use to interpolate the 90th-, 95th-, and 99th-percentile incomes for Pennsylvania.51 For brevity, we present only the equations for calculating the average incomes by fractiles in Appendix Table A7.

Appendix Table A6

An example of Pareto interpolation for Pennsylvania in 2015

 

Row # Income brackets Lower bound (si) Number of returns (Ni) Cumulative # of returns (Ni*) Adjusted gross income (Yi) Cumulative adjusted gross income (Yi*)
1 Under $1 0 70,220 6,200,580 -$4,832,017,000 $405,142,214,000
2 $1 to $24,999 1 2,234,270 6,130,360 $25,883,054,000 $409,974,231,000
3 $25,000 to $49,999 25,000 1,428,170 3,896,090 $51,938,139,000 $384,091,177,000
4 $50,000 to $74,999 50,000 864,230 2,467,920 $53,231,431,000 $332,153,038,000
5 $75,000 to $99,999 75,000 573,080 1,603,690 $49,640,844,000 $278,921,607,000
6 $100,000 to $199,999 100,000 776,750 1,030,610 $104,312,881,000 $229,280,763,000
7 $200,000 to $499,999 200,000 207,390 253,860 $59,138,493,000 $124,967,882,000
8 $500,000 to $999,999 500,000 32,210 46,470 $21,558,860,000 $65,829,389,000
10 $1,000,000 or more 1,000,000 14,260 14,260 $44,270,529,000 $44,270,529,000
Total 6,200,580 $405,142,214,000
Row # (yi = Yi*/Ni*) Pareto coefficient (bi = yi/si) ai = (bi/(bi – 1) pi% = Ni*/N* ki = si * [pi power(1/ai)]
1
2
3 98,584 3.9434 1.340 0.573 16,498
4 134,588 2.6918 1.591 0.363 26,445
5 173,925 2.3190 1.758 0.236 32,979
6 222,471 2.2247 1.817 0.152 35,395
7 492,271 2.4614 1.684 0.037 28,397
8 1,416,600 2.8332 1.545 0.007 19,858
10 3,104,525 3.1045 1.475 0.002 15,289
Row # Min [Abs(pi – 10)] P90 = ki/[0.1 power 1/ai] Min [Abs(pi – 5)] P95 = ki/[0.05 power 1/ai] Min [Abs(pi – 1)] P99 = ki/[0.01 power 1/ai]
1
2
3 0.473 0.523 0.563
4 0.263 0.313 0.353
5 0.136 0.186 0.226
6 0.052 $125,730 0.102 0.142
7 0.063 0.013 $168,161 0.027
8 0.093 0.043 0.003 $390,860
10 0.098 0.048 0.008

Note: N* (tax units for Pennsylvania in 2015) is 6,799,252.

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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Appendix Table A7

Formulas for estimating average incomes by fractile: (P = percentile)

P90–100 = bi * P90
P95–100 = bi * P95
P99–100 = bi * P99
P99.5–100 = bi * P99.5
P99.9–100 = bi * P99.9
P99.99–100 = bi * P99.99
P90–95 = 2(P90–100) – (P95–100)
P95–99 = [5(P95–100) – (P99–100)]/4
P99–99.5 = 2(P99–100) – (P99.5–100)
P99.5–99.9 = [5(P99.5–100) – (99.9–100)]/4
P99.9–99.99 = [10(P99.9–100) – (P99.99–100)]/9

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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Comparison of Piketty and Saez with Sommeiller and Price

Appendix Table A8 presents the data from the tables in the main body of the report for the United States alongside the same figures as reported by Piketty and Saez.

Appendix Table A8

Comparison of Piketty and Saez’s 2016 results with Sommeiller and Price’s 2018 results

From Table 1. Ratio of top 1% income to bottom 99% income, U.S. and by state and region, 2015
Source Average income of the bottom 99% Average income of the top 1% Top-to-bottom ratio
Sommeiller and Price $50,107 $1,316,985 26.3
Piketty and Saez $48,768 $1,363,977 28.0
From Table 4. Income threshold of top 1% and top 0.01%, and average income of top 0.01%, U.S. and by state and region, 2015
Source Income threshold of top 1% Income threshold of top 0.01% Average income of top 0.01%
Sommeiller and Price $421,926 $9,765,989 $32,317,855
Piketty and Saez $442,900 $11,267,000 $31,616,431
From Table 10. Shares of total income growth captured by the top 1% from 1945 to 1973, 1973 to 2007, and 2009 to 2015, U.S. and by state and region
Source 1945–1973 1973–2007 2009–2015
Sommeiller and Price 4.9% 58.7% 41.8%
Piketty and Saez 5.5% 65.9% 52.1%
From Table 11. Top 1% share of all income, U.S. and by state and region, 1928, 1973, 2007, 2015, and changes in shares across periods
Top 1% share of all income Change in income share of the top 1% (percentage points)
 Source 1928 1973 2007 2015 1928–1973 1973–2007 1973–2015
Sommeiller and Price 23.4% 9.2% 21.7% 21.0% -14.2 12.5 11.8
Piketty and Saez 23.9% 10.0% 23.5% 22.0% -14.0 13.5 12.1

Note: The income shares reported in Table 11 are indexed to Piketty and Saez 2016 as requested for submission of our state-level estimates to the World Inequality Database. The income shares reported above are the top income shares from our analysis before indexing to the national estimates.

Source: Authors’ analysis of state-level tax data from Sommeiller 2006 extended to 2015 using state-level data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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Appendix B: Additional tables

In the main body of the report, for the sake of brevity, we summarize data for a subset of U.S. metropolitan areas and counties. Appendix B presents the same data for all 916 U.S. metropolitan areas and 3,061 counties, including top-to-bottom ratios (Tables B1 and B2); the income thresholds to be considered part of the top 1 percent (Tables B3 and B4); the shares and concentrations of national top 1 percent income (Tables B5 and B6); and the shares of income going to the top 1 percent and the bottom 99 percent (Tables B10 and B11).

In Tables B7–B9, we present additional detail at the state level on income growth overall and for the top 1 percent and the bottom 99 percent over three periods: 1945 to 1973, 1973 to 2007, and 2009 to 2015. (These tables are intended to be companions to Table 10 in the main body, which summarizes only the top 1 percent’s share of income growth over these three periods.)

Appendix Table B1

Ratio of top 1% income to bottom 99% income for all U.S. metropolitan areas, 2015

Rank (by top-to-bottom ratio) Metropolitan area Average income of the top 1% Average income of the bottom 99% Top-to-bottom ratio
1 Jackson, WY-ID $16,161,955 $122,447 132.0
2 Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, FL $5,590,120 $62,053 90.1
3 Key West, FL $4,741,192 $58,295 81.3
4 Sebastian-Vero Beach, FL $2,921,375 $43,473 67.2
5 Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT $6,290,951 $101,213 62.2
6 Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL $2,345,381 $42,319 55.4
7 Port St. Lucie, FL $1,737,118 $38,212 45.5
8 Glenwood Springs, CO $2,968,276 $66,015 45.0
9 Hailey, ID $3,115,982 $69,399 44.9
10 Gardnerville Ranchos, NV $2,272,387 $51,276 44.3
11 Summit Park, UT $4,784,667 $110,003 43.5
12 North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FL $1,810,660 $42,021 43.1
13 New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA $2,425,384 $61,550 39.4
14 Cape Coral-Fort Myers, FL $1,673,922 $43,148 38.8
15 Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, AR-MO $1,961,857 $52,723 37.2
16 Midland, TX $2,911,700 $81,551 35.7
17 Steamboat Springs, CO $2,507,070 $71,006 35.3
18 Easton, MD $1,982,671 $56,900 34.8
19 Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, NV $1,418,143 $40,770 34.8
20 San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA $3,445,220 $99,486 34.6
21 Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin, FL $1,441,439 $41,977 34.3
22 San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA $2,812,641 $82,321 34.2
23 Santa Maria-Santa Barbara, CA $1,846,469 $54,667 33.8
24 Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA $1,803,340 $53,904 33.5
25 Charlottesville, VA $2,062,751 $61,677 33.4
26 Reno, NV $1,521,676 $45,661 33.3
27 Casper, WY $2,038,763 $62,481 32.6
28 Corsicana, TX $1,174,429 $36,242 32.4
29 Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH $2,278,941 $70,672 32.2
30 Napa, CA $1,979,722 $63,279 31.3
31 Edwards, CO $2,567,254 $82,763 31.0
32 Fredericksburg, TX $1,747,072 $56,462 30.9
33 Missoula, MT $1,364,188 $44,234 30.8
34 Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL $1,114,285 $36,647 30.4
35 Paducah, KY-IL $1,138,215 $38,017 29.9
36 Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY $1,328,332 $47,724 27.8
37 Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI $1,631,884 $58,728 27.8
38 Thomasville, GA $906,090 $32,681 27.7
39 Warsaw, IN $1,353,969 $49,675 27.3
40 Sterling, CO $1,055,819 $39,247 26.9
41 Trenton, NJ $1,827,878 $68,209 26.8
42 Jasper, IN $1,375,587 $51,458 26.7
43 Opelousas, LA $1,041,641 $39,244 26.5
44 Boulder, CO $2,049,421 $77,448 26.5
45 The Villages, FL $1,121,783 $42,642 26.3
46 Dalton, GA $833,451 $31,872 26.1
47 Grand Rapids-Wyoming, MI $1,219,262 $47,150 25.9
48 Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL $1,053,897 $40,757 25.9
49 Jacksonville, FL $1,105,539 $42,851 25.8
50 Hudson, NY $1,048,695 $40,654 25.8
51 Elkhart-Goshen, IN $1,193,182 $46,561 25.6
52 Greenwood, MS $721,536 $28,227 25.6
53 Kapaa, HI $1,406,993 $55,057 25.6
54 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX $1,695,049 $66,499 25.5
55 Hilton Head Island-Bluffton-Beaufort, SC $1,280,238 $50,290 25.5
56 Oxford, MS $1,131,699 $44,783 25.3
57 Santa Fe, NM $1,255,288 $49,688 25.3
58 Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX $1,566,374 $62,284 25.1
59 Austin-Round Rock, TX $1,741,603 $69,733 25.0
60 Hattiesburg, MS $938,051 $37,661 24.9
61 Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC $1,330,723 $53,431 24.9
62 Kalamazoo-Portage, MI $1,033,522 $41,800 24.7
63 Birmingham-Hoover, AL $1,117,004 $45,288 24.7
64 Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA $1,710,360 $69,383 24.7
65 El Dorado, AR $941,811 $38,285 24.6
66 Panama City, FL $842,084 $34,856 24.2
67 Pecos, TX $1,098,711 $45,493 24.2
68 Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, FL $796,378 $33,117 24.0
69 Bozeman, MT $1,416,131 $58,934 24.0
70 Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA $1,418,115 $59,444 23.9
71 Charleston-North Charleston, SC $1,153,448 $48,358 23.9
72 Athens-Clarke County, GA $927,323 $38,946 23.8
73 Vineyard Haven, MA $1,767,713 $74,498 23.7
74 Austin, MN $998,460 $42,271 23.6
75 Douglas, GA $616,597 $26,242 23.5
76 Rome, GA $815,116 $34,702 23.5
77 Vermillion, SD $965,910 $41,262 23.4
78 Springfield, MO $886,969 $38,042 23.3
79 Georgetown, SC $991,439 $42,576 23.3
80 Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA $1,230,626 $53,035 23.2
81 Sioux Falls, SD $1,589,379 $68,551 23.2
82 Carlsbad-Artesia, NM $1,118,627 $48,671 23.0
83 Syracuse, NY $902,214 $39,510 22.8
84 Greensboro-High Point, NC $918,907 $40,280 22.8
85 Kerrville, TX $1,037,193 $45,491 22.8
86 Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD $1,377,763 $60,550 22.8
87 Ocala, FL $644,756 $28,387 22.7
88 Bennington, VT $988,855 $43,728 22.6
89 Traverse City, MI $1,033,945 $45,832 22.6
90 Eugene, OR $845,195 $37,605 22.5
91 Grants Pass, OR $653,749 $29,126 22.4
92 Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis, WI $1,227,287 $54,744 22.4
93 Whitewater-Elkhorn, WI $1,121,163 $50,036 22.4
94 Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ $1,038,410 $46,391 22.4
95 Provo-Orem, UT $1,262,350 $56,404 22.4
96 San Diego-Carlsbad, CA $1,272,532 $56,998 22.3
97 Longview, TX $948,250 $42,515 22.3
98 Wichita Falls, TX $872,840 $39,160 22.3
99 Aberdeen, SD $1,246,612 $56,068 22.2
100 Green Bay, WI $1,165,492 $52,448 22.2
101 Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, MI $1,041,491 $47,344 22.0
102 Salinas, CA $1,152,762 $52,519 21.9
103 Spartanburg, SC $751,839 $34,386 21.9
104 Santa Rosa, CA $1,171,158 $53,613 21.8
105 Niles-Benton Harbor, MI $839,501 $38,431 21.8
106 Chattanooga, TN-GA $929,559 $42,566 21.8
107 Keene, NH $1,081,488 $49,623 21.8
108 Bend-Redmond, OR $1,120,655 $51,710 21.7
109 Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Franklin, TN $1,265,310 $58,547 21.6
110 Rochester, NY $860,379 $39,827 21.6
111 Brookings, OR $608,229 $28,162 21.6
112 Columbia, MO $1,000,401 $46,422 21.6
113 Sheridan, WY $1,259,787 $58,534 21.5
114 Cleveland-Elyria, OH $1,038,532 $48,257 21.5
115 Wabash, IN $821,057 $38,192 21.5
116 Kinston, NC $597,344 $27,823 21.5
117 Clarksdale, MS $495,739 $23,090 21.5
118 Harrisburg-Carlisle, PA $1,128,140 $52,568 21.5
119 Janesville-Beloit, WI $955,537 $44,824 21.3
120 Laconia, NH $1,205,301 $56,572 21.3
121 Winston-Salem, NC $863,812 $40,645 21.3
122 Tallahassee, FL $696,354 $32,815 21.2
123 San Angelo, TX $937,234 $44,172 21.2
124 Midland, MI $1,069,469 $50,405 21.2
125 Knoxville, TN $941,957 $44,431 21.2
126 Eau Claire, WI $985,604 $46,498 21.2
127 South Bend-Mishawaka, IN-MI $904,814 $42,762 21.2
128 Gainesville, FL $731,142 $34,582 21.1
129 Red Bluff, CA $598,311 $28,344 21.1
130 Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI $1,386,395 $65,792 21.1
131 Savannah, GA $926,128 $44,124 21.0
132 Ann Arbor, MI $1,184,151 $56,431 21.0
133 Claremont-Lebanon, NH-VT $1,083,019 $51,659 21.0
134 Memphis, TN-MS-AR $964,705 $46,114 20.9
135 Morgantown, WV $945,851 $45,282 20.9
136 Wausau, WI $1,050,089 $50,285 20.9
137 Wilmington, NC $939,069 $45,085 20.8
138 Breckenridge, CO $1,749,352 $84,121 20.8
139 Fresno, CA $778,132 $37,430 20.8
140 Corinth, MS $552,478 $26,620 20.8
141 Tyler, TX $990,665 $47,771 20.7
142 Sikeston, MO $738,900 $35,643 20.7
143 Victoria, TX $1,050,595 $50,776 20.7
144 Pittsburgh, PA $1,027,641 $49,723 20.7
145 Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA $1,298,284 $62,944 20.6
146 Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA $1,148,667 $55,763 20.6
147 Big Spring, TX $998,402 $48,474 20.6
148 New Orleans-Metairie, LA $996,889 $48,589 20.5
149 Findlay, OH $954,568 $46,661 20.5
150 Wheeling, WV-OH $808,129 $39,509 20.5
151 San Antonio-New Braunfels, TX $1,090,901 $53,400 20.4
152 Shreveport-Bossier City, LA $842,754 $41,310 20.4
153 Mountain Home, AR $620,225 $30,446 20.4
154 Homosassa Springs, FL $537,724 $26,471 20.3
155 Mineral Wells, TX $733,645 $36,142 20.3
156 Lakeland-Winter Haven, FL $650,044 $32,044 20.3
157 Butte-Silver Bow, MT $752,284 $37,123 20.3
158 Medford, OR $777,746 $38,386 20.3
159 Yakima, WA $802,389 $39,613 20.3
160 Magnolia, AR $646,555 $31,923 20.3
161 Celina, OH $991,588 $49,018 20.2
162 Wenatchee, WA $948,407 $46,892 20.2
163 Dubuque, IA $1,124,787 $55,666 20.2
164 Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent, FL $730,546 $36,181 20.2
165 West Plains, MO $548,728 $27,185 20.2
166 Sioux City, IA-NE-SD $1,072,177 $53,182 20.2
167 Greenville, NC $699,688 $34,754 20.1
168 Lake City, FL $548,825 $27,277 20.1
169 Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway, AR $941,442 $46,831 20.1
170 Lexington-Fayette, KY $917,083 $45,654 20.1
171 Paris, TN $625,154 $31,140 20.1
172 St. Louis, MO-IL $1,073,142 $53,545 20.0
173 Brunswick, GA $723,794 $36,161 20.0
174 Pittsburg, KS $761,001 $38,111 20.0
175 Torrington, CT $1,205,796 $60,395 20.0
176 Goldsboro, NC $626,829 $31,505 19.9
177 North Wilkesboro, NC $568,358 $28,651 19.8
178 Oklahoma City, OK $1,209,312 $60,980 19.8
179 Evansville, IN-KY $891,861 $44,983 19.8
180 Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO $1,348,073 $68,017 19.8
181 Toccoa, GA $597,751 $30,244 19.8
182 Bellingham, WA $942,122 $47,699 19.8
183 Lubbock, TX $839,841 $42,542 19.7
184 Salt Lake City, UT $1,103,164 $55,888 19.7
185 Alma, MI $645,945 $32,731 19.7
186 Truckee-Grass Valley, CA $870,714 $44,229 19.7
187 Hot Springs, AR $706,587 $35,995 19.6
188 Boone, NC $648,433 $33,043 19.6
189 Henderson, NC $543,059 $27,692 19.6
190 Punta Gorda, FL $643,580 $32,830 19.6
191 Durham-Chapel Hill, NC $1,049,013 $53,578 19.6
192 St. Cloud, MN $914,072 $46,701 19.6
193 Joplin, MO $688,669 $35,209 19.6
194 Dothan, AL $680,493 $34,870 19.5
195 London, KY $518,893 $26,653 19.5
196 New Haven-Milford, CT $1,097,930 $56,430 19.5
197 Tifton, GA $644,414 $33,131 19.5
198 Logan, UT-ID $869,664 $44,737 19.4
199 Madera, CA $701,038 $36,088 19.4
200 Spirit Lake, IA $1,136,103 $58,496 19.4
201 Kalispell, MT $940,560 $48,467 19.4
202 Sandpoint, ID $790,649 $40,816 19.4
203 Nogales, AZ $629,138 $32,484 19.4
204 Columbus, GA-AL $666,877 $34,463 19.4
205 Fort Wayne, IN $886,098 $45,858 19.3
206 Moultrie, GA $509,810 $26,398 19.3
207 Effingham, IL $892,780 $46,440 19.2
208 College Station-Bryan, TX $811,888 $42,287 19.2
209 Altoona, PA $718,819 $37,470 19.2
210 Statesboro, GA $546,636 $28,543 19.2
211 Pittsfield, MA $771,813 $40,349 19.1
212 Mason City, IA $884,229 $46,264 19.1
213 Oshkosh-Neenah, WI $923,245 $48,316 19.1
214 Alice, TX $765,462 $40,088 19.1
215 La Crosse-Onalaska, WI-MN $920,028 $48,220 19.1
216 Mobile, AL $693,393 $36,379 19.1
217 Enid, OK $1,014,491 $53,308 19.0
218 Tulsa, OK $1,097,432 $57,668 19.0
219 Florence, SC $587,210 $30,868 19.0
220 Branson, MO $602,505 $31,773 19.0
221 Jonesboro, AR $686,493 $36,396 18.9
222 Corning, NY $600,943 $31,875 18.9
223 Arcadia, FL $423,478 $22,477 18.8
224 Fergus Falls, MN $795,212 $42,225 18.8
225 Fort Collins, CO $1,161,138 $61,710 18.8
226 Wichita, KS $1,035,485 $55,067 18.8
227 Rocky Mount, NC $605,624 $32,248 18.8
228 Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls, NY $704,011 $37,547 18.8
229 Kansas City, MO-KS $1,123,896 $59,946 18.7
230 Corpus Christi, TX $844,240 $45,047 18.7
231 Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, FL $710,585 $37,936 18.7
232 Mankato-North Mankato, MN $856,455 $45,806 18.7
233 Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, IN $1,009,451 $54,017 18.7
234 Brenham, TX $987,252 $52,830 18.7
235 Charleston-Mattoon, IL $602,597 $32,260 18.7
236 Selma, AL $446,184 $23,887 18.7
237 Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN $1,028,180 $55,087 18.7
238 Roswell, NM $599,228 $32,135 18.6
239 Greenville-Anderson-Mauldin, SC $746,553 $40,080 18.6
240 Albany, GA $572,007 $30,715 18.6
241 Wilmington, OH $744,060 $39,992 18.6
242 Jackson, MS $799,734 $43,021 18.6
243 Heber, UT $1,271,868 $68,497 18.6
244 Tupelo, MS $671,804 $36,181 18.6
245 Barnstable Town, MA $1,021,085 $55,080 18.5
246 Meridian, MS $607,042 $32,766 18.5
247 Winona, MN $793,669 $42,892 18.5
248 Gainesville, TX $877,202 $47,424 18.5
249 Jackson, TN $720,483 $38,954 18.5
250 Pinehurst-Southern Pines, NC $905,380 $49,051 18.5
251 Ruston, LA $731,182 $39,616 18.5
252 Flagstaff, AZ $765,401 $41,639 18.4
253 Florence-Muscle Shoals, AL $618,128 $33,640 18.4
254 Hereford, TX $663,844 $36,187 18.3
255 Columbus, OH $989,323 $54,097 18.3
256 Idaho Falls, ID $972,455 $53,192 18.3
257 Lansing-East Lansing, MI $751,919 $41,158 18.3
258 Tuscaloosa, AL $719,129 $39,410 18.2
259 Akron, OH $867,400 $47,608 18.2
260 Morehead City, NC $727,937 $39,956 18.2
261 Stephenville, TX $664,036 $36,631 18.1
262 Fort Smith, AR-OK $631,447 $34,854 18.1
263 Chico, CA $586,235 $32,368 18.1
264 Carson City, NV $675,029 $37,289 18.1
265 Bradford, PA $611,473 $33,809 18.1
266 Prescott, AZ $628,147 $34,775 18.1
267 Valdosta, GA $536,983 $29,734 18.1
268 Kingsville, TX $674,387 $37,355 18.1
269 Gainesville, GA $863,846 $47,933 18.0
270 Macon, GA $632,738 $35,168 18.0
271 Holland, MI $806,783 $44,884 18.0
272 Laurel, MS $577,050 $32,210 17.9
273 Waycross, GA $487,044 $27,197 17.9
274 Uvalde, TX $758,093 $42,349 17.9
275 Lufkin, TX $675,335 $37,728 17.9
276 Madison, WI $1,112,007 $62,140 17.9
277 Walla Walla, WA $724,452 $40,500 17.9
278 Bainbridge, GA $465,839 $26,070 17.9
279 Columbia, SC $717,760 $40,196 17.9
280 Saginaw, MI $595,034 $33,367 17.8
281 Sebring, FL $407,372 $22,845 17.8
282 Charleston, WV $631,700 $35,424 17.8
283 Yuma, AZ $512,370 $28,837 17.8
284 Quincy, IL-MO $692,670 $39,002 17.8
285 Champaign-Urbana, IL $728,429 $41,047 17.7
286 Modesto, CA $697,583 $39,318 17.7
287 Salisbury, MD-DE $771,710 $43,506 17.7
288 Lebanon, MO $530,704 $29,977 17.7
289 Asheville, NC $716,573 $40,480 17.7
290 Houma-Thibodaux, LA $857,754 $48,515 17.7
291 Hobbs, NM $877,355 $49,697 17.7
292 Greenville, MS $473,520 $26,826 17.7
293 Canton-Massillon, OH $752,064 $42,620 17.6
294 Lafayette, LA $828,873 $46,974 17.6
295 Richmond, VA $1,037,478 $58,842 17.6
296 Fargo, ND-MN $1,118,446 $63,452 17.6
297 Bloomington, IN $704,198 $39,959 17.6
298 Alpena, MI $517,333 $29,382 17.6
299 Ocean City, NJ $782,380 $44,463 17.6
300 Great Bend, KS $747,186 $42,486 17.6
301 Spokane-Spokane Valley, WA $731,408 $41,591 17.6
302 Tucson, AZ $655,662 $37,300 17.6
303 Fond du Lac, WI $843,333 $48,010 17.6
304 Nacogdoches, TX $593,551 $33,792 17.6
305 Alexandria, MN $829,860 $47,250 17.6
306 Orangeburg, SC $451,403 $25,718 17.6
307 Boise City, ID $933,954 $53,225 17.5
308 Lima, OH $706,354 $40,268 17.5
309 Brevard, NC $617,199 $35,202 17.5
310 Fairfield, IA $694,957 $39,646 17.5
311 Indianola, MS $442,401 $25,280 17.5
312 Cookeville, TN $572,603 $32,726 17.5
313 Arkadelphia, AR $521,309 $29,822 17.5
314 Durango, CO $1,023,976 $58,667 17.5
315 Flint, MI $596,537 $34,305 17.4
316 Murray, KY $551,105 $31,833 17.3
317 Columbus, MS $570,934 $33,078 17.3
318 Visalia-Porterville, CA $584,659 $33,878 17.3
319 Hanford-Corcoran, CA $615,411 $35,668 17.3
320 Louisville/Jefferson County, KY-IN $848,340 $49,197 17.2
321 Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton, NC $617,154 $35,792 17.2
322 Poplar Bluff, MO $512,558 $29,745 17.2
323 Lancaster, PA $907,486 $52,718 17.2
324 Monroe, LA $697,873 $40,558 17.2
325 Clewiston, FL $539,941 $31,393 17.2
326 LaGrange, GA $584,622 $34,061 17.2
327 Muncie, IN $570,992 $33,280 17.2
328 Erie, PA $672,734 $39,215 17.2
329 Bakersfield, CA $652,544 $38,096 17.1
330 Kill Devil Hills, NC $786,911 $46,041 17.1
331 Abilene, TX $703,598 $41,180 17.1
332 Appleton, WI $989,503 $57,951 17.1
333 Okeechobee, FL $457,343 $26,810 17.1
334 Decatur, IN $690,707 $40,496 17.1
335 Hastings, NE $861,360 $50,502 17.1
336 Ithaca, NY $668,976 $39,237 17.0
337 Albertville, AL $585,894 $34,421 17.0
338 Hartford-West Hartford-East Hartford, CT $1,068,688 $62,849 17.0
339 San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles-Arroyo Grande, CA $838,000 $49,293 17.0
340 Angola, IN $710,515 $41,812 17.0
341 Spearfish, SD $909,532 $53,548 17.0
342 Auburn, NY $569,096 $33,505 17.0
343 Silver City, NM $506,422 $29,842 17.0
344 Somerset, KY $487,003 $28,732 17.0
345 Paris, TX $597,309 $35,287 16.9
346 Natchez, MS-LA $506,222 $29,910 16.9
347 Muskegon, MI $573,394 $33,897 16.9
348 Mount Pleasant, TX $652,160 $38,556 16.9
349 Athens, OH $536,976 $31,785 16.9
350 Johnson City, TN $582,647 $34,532 16.9
351 Texarkana, TX-AR $630,882 $37,402 16.9
352 Billings, MT $872,525 $51,748 16.9
353 Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV $1,393,621 $82,663 16.9
354 Ontario, OR-ID $552,980 $32,812 16.9
355 Cullman, AL $581,638 $34,519 16.8
356 Reading, PA $843,108 $50,083 16.8
357 Montgomery, AL $662,127 $39,357 16.8
358 Waco, TX $689,619 $40,999 16.8
359 St. George, UT $751,852 $44,702 16.8
360 New Philadelphia-Dover, OH $688,436 $40,950 16.8
361 Merced, CA $561,649 $33,426 16.8
362 Rapid City, SD $944,241 $56,230 16.8
363 Providence-Warwick, RI-MA $837,842 $49,912 16.8
364 Troy, AL $469,407 $28,041 16.7
365 Salina, KS $787,546 $47,148 16.7
366 Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, MD $1,026,023 $61,434 16.7
367 Raleigh, NC $1,060,068 $63,553 16.7
368 Decatur, IL $618,479 $37,096 16.7
369 Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach, SC-NC $633,675 $38,051 16.7
370 Mount Airy, NC $509,613 $30,619 16.6
371 Lewisburg, PA $745,778 $44,823 16.6
372 Grand Island, NE $881,715 $53,012 16.6
373 Cornelia, GA $589,592 $35,484 16.6
374 Burlington-South Burlington, VT $1,002,237 $60,330 16.6
375 Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE-IA $1,099,128 $66,248 16.6
376 Hood River, OR $875,288 $52,795 16.6
377 Mount Pleasant, MI $542,090 $32,749 16.6
378 Coeur d’Alene, ID $828,537 $50,084 16.5
379 Dayton, OH $722,999 $43,716 16.5
380 Daphne-Fairhope-Foley, AL $821,411 $49,677 16.5
381 Richmond, IN $556,617 $33,663 16.5
382 Amarillo, TX $767,947 $46,469 16.5
383 Lake Charles, LA $788,297 $47,828 16.5
384 Cullowhee, NC $484,858 $29,431 16.5
385 Ukiah, CA $529,266 $32,170 16.5
386 Taos, NM $502,933 $30,574 16.4
387 Beckley, WV $486,170 $29,597 16.4
388 Lake Havasu City-Kingman, AZ $418,661 $25,496 16.4
389 Springfield, MA $700,755 $42,703 16.4
390 Eureka-Arcata-Fortuna, CA $489,164 $29,820 16.4
391 Portland-South Portland, ME $886,162 $54,042 16.4
392 Peoria, IL $776,279 $47,374 16.4
393 Wauchula, FL $461,834 $28,208 16.4
394 Sumter, SC $480,157 $29,392 16.3
395 Searcy, AR $568,031 $34,833 16.3
396 Binghamton, NY $546,517 $33,563 16.3
397 Seneca, SC $575,928 $35,394 16.3
398 Brookings, SD $860,958 $52,984 16.2
399 Sherman-Denison, TX $688,692 $42,443 16.2
400 Columbus, IN $892,349 $55,035 16.2
401 McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX $566,283 $34,967 16.2
402 Cleveland, MS $485,565 $29,995 16.2
403 Mount Vernon, OH $662,403 $40,939 16.2
404 Durant, OK $615,855 $38,082 16.2
405 Yankton, SD $858,609 $53,139 16.2
406 Willmar, MN $753,513 $46,655 16.2
407 Moberly, MO $609,559 $37,764 16.1
408 Mount Vernon-Anacortes, WA $784,342 $48,671 16.1
409 Auburn-Opelika, AL $633,420 $39,311 16.1
410 Manitowoc, WI $705,224 $43,847 16.1
411 Kingsport-Bristol-Bristol, TN-VA $538,600 $33,540 16.1
412 Williston, ND $1,781,267 $111,115 16.0
413 Barre, VT $827,538 $51,682 16.0
414 Wilson, NC $533,438 $33,359 16.0
415 Marion, NC $475,008 $29,710 16.0
416 Glens Falls, NY $590,912 $36,964 16.0
417 Faribault-Northfield, MN $838,233 $52,442 16.0
418 Riverton, WY $772,041 $48,340 16.0
419 Baton Rouge, LA $807,736 $50,625 16.0
420 Lafayette-West Lafayette, IN $679,055 $42,585 15.9
421 Des Moines-West Des Moines, IA $1,086,759 $68,161 15.9
422 Warren, PA $557,462 $35,006 15.9
423 Sacramento–Roseville–Arden-Arcade, CA $782,151 $49,118 15.9
424 Wooster, OH $705,919 $44,339 15.9
425 Huron, SD $733,144 $46,073 15.9
426 Roseburg, OR $482,005 $30,313 15.9
427 Hilo, HI $670,318 $42,172 15.9
428 Sandusky, OH $673,524 $42,401 15.9
429 Madison, IN $619,580 $39,019 15.9
430 Sheboygan, WI $786,099 $49,514 15.9
431 Kearney, NE $893,636 $56,290 15.9
432 Cambridge, OH $566,971 $35,716 15.9
433 Gadsden, AL $491,479 $31,001 15.9
434 Great Falls, MT $646,310 $40,892 15.8
435 Corvallis, OR $735,350 $46,531 15.8
436 Odessa, TX $829,506 $52,590 15.8
437 Laredo, TX $664,771 $42,150 15.8
438 Toledo, OH $672,166 $42,639 15.8
439 Albert Lea, MN $614,743 $39,057 15.7
440 State College, PA $699,749 $44,476 15.7
441 Union City, TN-KY $474,951 $30,208 15.7
442 Malone, NY $447,644 $28,540 15.7
443 Ponca City, OK $690,991 $44,097 15.7
444 Mount Vernon, IL $515,006 $32,890 15.7
445 Gettysburg, PA $801,702 $51,297 15.6
446 Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX $698,939 $44,726 15.6
447 Redding, CA $514,876 $32,965 15.6
448 Cape Girardeau, MO-IL $637,074 $40,800 15.6
449 Madisonville, KY $548,794 $35,155 15.6
450 Danville, KY $498,554 $31,940 15.6
451 Bremerton-Silverdale, WA $863,960 $55,359 15.6
452 Sunbury, PA $529,905 $34,028 15.6
453 Springfield, IL $738,945 $47,453 15.6
454 Racine, WI $795,804 $51,256 15.5
455 Utica-Rome, NY $506,540 $32,662 15.5
456 Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, OH-PA $570,038 $36,787 15.5
457 Kirksville, MO $447,601 $28,898 15.5
458 Bowling Green, KY $570,217 $36,822 15.5
459 Sevierville, TN $566,814 $36,611 15.5
460 Vidalia, GA $429,606 $27,756 15.5
461 Grenada, MS $547,535 $35,395 15.5
462 Huntsville, TX $557,752 $36,123 15.4
463 North Platte, NE $739,213 $47,891 15.4
464 Athens, TX $546,224 $35,442 15.4
465 Alexandria, LA $666,039 $43,232 15.4
466 Spencer, IA $758,449 $49,291 15.4
467 Wisconsin Rapids-Marshfield, WI $660,424 $42,934 15.4
468 Lincoln, NE $899,772 $58,518 15.4
469 Moses Lake, WA $635,631 $41,372 15.4
470 Jacksonville, TX $535,198 $34,902 15.3
471 Americus, GA $394,610 $25,736 15.3
472 Duncan, OK $702,823 $45,839 15.3
473 Ludington, MI $499,104 $32,594 15.3
474 Ardmore, OK $781,566 $51,058 15.3
475 Pottsville, PA $574,456 $37,565 15.3
476 Grand Junction, CO $667,500 $43,664 15.3
477 Iron Mountain, MI-WI $558,364 $36,528 15.3
478 Auburn, IN $661,121 $43,263 15.3
479 Calhoun, GA $506,019 $33,143 15.3
480 Watertown, SD $782,367 $51,257 15.3
481 Oak Harbor, WA $758,079 $49,711 15.2
482 Brainerd, MN $604,288 $39,639 15.2
483 Worcester, MA-CT $826,189 $54,197 15.2
484 Ellensburg, WA $595,372 $39,120 15.2
485 Shelbyville, TN $577,712 $37,987 15.2
486 Martin, TN $431,509 $28,393 15.2
487 Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, IA-IL $725,997 $47,801 15.2
488 Carbondale-Marion, IL $505,417 $33,281 15.2
489 Cordele, GA $358,437 $23,639 15.2
490 Twin Falls, ID $638,685 $42,197 15.1
491 Galesburg, IL $508,252 $33,594 15.1
492 Sedalia, MO $516,778 $34,185 15.1
493 Roanoke Rapids, NC $378,859 $25,085 15.1
494 Albemarle, NC $518,193 $34,334 15.1
495 Newport, OR $490,689 $32,556 15.1
496 Morgan City, LA $582,072 $38,685 15.0
497 Greenwood, SC $446,286 $29,663 15.0
498 Mitchell, SD $801,085 $53,273 15.0
499 Huntington-Ashland, WV-KY-OH $530,908 $35,329 15.0
500 Bluefield, WV-VA $417,104 $27,771 15.0
501 McComb, MS $447,567 $29,808 15.0
502 Bangor, ME $552,468 $36,801 15.0
503 New Bern, NC $572,696 $38,183 15.0
504 Coldwater, MI $508,527 $33,906 15.0
505 Plymouth, IN $647,503 $43,258 15.0
506 Iowa City, IA $898,238 $60,069 15.0
507 Big Rapids, MI $467,987 $31,365 14.9
508 Washington, IN $627,889 $42,112 14.9
509 Duluth, MN-WI $624,557 $41,905 14.9
510 Coos Bay, OR $452,351 $30,372 14.9
511 Hutchinson, KS $659,957 $44,356 14.9
512 Crossville, TN $514,643 $34,622 14.9
513 Olean, NY $427,167 $28,740 14.9
514 Escanaba, MI $500,879 $33,716 14.9
515 Grand Forks, ND-MN $792,896 $53,381 14.9
516 Dyersburg, TN $495,007 $33,356 14.8
517 Pierre, SD $915,282 $61,751 14.8
518 Elmira, NY $497,393 $33,566 14.8
519 Las Cruces, NM $500,274 $33,781 14.8
520 Stevens Point, WI $708,472 $47,842 14.8
521 Parkersburg-Vienna, WV $524,586 $35,442 14.8
522 Palestine, TX $549,123 $37,155 14.8
523 Natchitoches, LA $528,064 $35,770 14.8
524 Concord, NH $880,981 $59,704 14.8
525 Jackson, MI $548,437 $37,187 14.7
526 Owensboro, KY $594,973 $40,399 14.7
527 Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton, PA $595,766 $40,502 14.7
528 Roanoke, VA $639,464 $43,548 14.7
529 Cleveland, TN $560,217 $38,165 14.7
530 Burlington, IA-IL $636,705 $43,424 14.7
531 Burlington, NC $551,688 $37,673 14.6
532 Rockford, IL $599,802 $41,016 14.6
533 Cedar Rapids, IA $862,851 $59,092 14.6
534 Lawrence, KS $801,414 $54,968 14.6
535 Stillwater, OK $658,977 $45,202 14.6
536 Levelland, TX $608,603 $41,775 14.6
537 Norwich-New London, CT $822,069 $56,443 14.6
538 Batesville, AR $487,081 $33,470 14.6
539 Cadillac, MI $454,413 $31,231 14.6
540 Kingston, NY $615,521 $42,385 14.5
541 Payson, AZ $418,248 $28,818 14.5
542 Campbellsville, KY $422,107 $29,141 14.5
543 Brownsville-Harlingen, TX $493,317 $34,094 14.5
544 Marshall, TX $633,004 $43,787 14.5
545 Kankakee, IL $596,682 $41,373 14.4
546 Pampa, TX $587,249 $40,728 14.4
547 Watertown-Fort Drum, NY $448,726 $31,166 14.4
548 Lamesa, TX $582,112 $40,464 14.4
549 Atlantic City-Hammonton, NJ $613,035 $42,675 14.4
550 Martinsville, VA $387,881 $27,005 14.4
551 Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC $571,699 $39,870 14.3
552 Norfolk, NE $746,101 $52,039 14.3
553 Jefferson City, MO $628,278 $43,824 14.3
554 Hammond, LA $545,976 $38,085 14.3
555 Paragould, AR $486,407 $33,949 14.3
556 Brookhaven, MS $499,831 $34,940 14.3
557 Sidney, OH $648,860 $45,387 14.3
558 Freeport, IL $501,752 $35,098 14.3
559 Sonora, CA $491,878 $34,434 14.3
560 Blytheville, AR $407,482 $28,542 14.3
561 Salem, OR $602,691 $42,237 14.3
562 Burley, ID $584,888 $41,012 14.3
563 Pueblo, CO $524,019 $36,792 14.2
564 Manhattan, KS $686,512 $48,231 14.2
565 Glasgow, KY $427,186 $30,039 14.2
566 Helena-West Helena, AR $308,117 $21,675 14.2
567 Kahului-Wailuku-Lahaina, HI $732,197 $51,518 14.2
568 Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ $763,465 $53,777 14.2
569 Danville, VA $421,428 $29,686 14.2
570 Morristown, TN $489,372 $34,502 14.2
571 Albuquerque, NM $594,256 $41,923 14.2
572 Meadville, PA $490,212 $34,584 14.2
573 Shelby, NC $462,347 $32,645 14.2
574 Clarksburg, WV $578,548 $40,854 14.2
575 Laurinburg, NC $383,846 $27,113 14.2
576 Rochester, MN $823,685 $58,211 14.1
577 Rolla, MO $488,896 $34,593 14.1
578 Marietta, OH $564,264 $40,090 14.1
579 Bloomington, IL $717,837 $51,026 14.1
580 Oskaloosa, IA $608,292 $43,255 14.1
581 Scottsboro, AL $438,396 $31,219 14.0
582 Plainview, TX $450,703 $32,111 14.0
583 Hannibal, MO $527,876 $37,647 14.0
584 Laramie, WY $605,043 $43,184 14.0
585 Sturgis, MI $485,969 $34,706 14.0
586 Marshall, MN $655,599 $46,878 14.0
587 Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford, VA $516,687 $36,989 14.0
588 Gulfport-Biloxi-Pascagoula, MS $522,561 $37,415 14.0
589 Maysville, KY $509,070 $36,539 13.9
590 Thomaston, GA $380,055 $27,298 13.9
591 Sulphur Springs, TX $515,093 $37,006 13.9
592 Greenfield Town, MA $554,967 $39,879 13.9
593 Sayre, PA $556,748 $40,017 13.9
594 Fremont, NE $662,460 $47,682 13.9
595 Vernal, UT $658,299 $47,404 13.9
596 Starkville, MS $465,752 $33,590 13.9
597 York-Hanover, PA $718,670 $51,892 13.8
598 Winchester, VA-WV $710,199 $51,302 13.8
599 Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC $718,775 $51,999 13.8
600 Yuba City, CA $477,017 $34,529 13.8
601 Lewiston, ID-WA $556,297 $40,353 13.8
602 Clearlake, CA $332,484 $24,122 13.8
603 Waterloo-Cedar Falls, IA $700,715 $50,861 13.8
604 Jamestown, ND $766,766 $55,847 13.7
605 Zanesville, OH $498,692 $36,327 13.7
606 Stockton-Lodi, CA $607,746 $44,276 13.7
607 Bloomsburg-Berwick, PA $565,946 $41,319 13.7
608 Fitzgerald, GA $334,428 $24,420 13.7
609 Mansfield, OH $500,458 $36,547 13.7
610 Ashland, OH $534,894 $39,069 13.7
611 Jamestown-Dunkirk-Fredonia, NY $381,682 $27,935 13.7
612 Huntsville, AL $722,216 $52,874 13.7
613 New Ulm, MN $605,803 $44,367 13.7
614 McPherson, KS $734,899 $53,887 13.6
615 El Paso, TX $538,789 $39,533 13.6
616 Oneonta, NY $448,492 $32,908 13.6
617 McAlester, OK $532,686 $39,095 13.6
618 St. Joseph, MO-KS $548,166 $40,245 13.6
619 Snyder, TX $644,754 $47,349 13.6
620 Farmington, MO $420,799 $30,964 13.6
621 Milledgeville, GA $383,892 $28,251 13.6
622 Michigan City-La Porte, IN $560,394 $41,299 13.6
623 El Campo, TX $625,829 $46,134 13.6
624 Palatka, FL $295,599 $21,798 13.6
625 Elk City, OK $767,033 $56,571 13.6
626 Kennett, MO $325,793 $24,068 13.5
627 Sterling, IL $513,673 $37,994 13.5
628 Forrest City, AR $315,354 $23,338 13.5
629 The Dalles, OR $483,818 $35,855 13.5
630 Dublin, GA $401,762 $29,777 13.5
631 Montrose, CO $502,969 $37,278 13.5
632 Marinette, WI-MI $456,861 $33,947 13.5
633 Hays, KS $647,812 $48,243 13.4
634 Portsmouth, OH $410,221 $30,593 13.4
635 Pullman, WA $448,504 $33,448 13.4
636 Indiana, PA $480,398 $35,851 13.4
637 Mayfield, KY $432,632 $32,388 13.4
638 Terre Haute, IN $494,730 $37,038 13.4
639 Oil City, PA $454,472 $34,025 13.4
640 Decatur, AL $489,652 $36,684 13.3
641 Las Vegas, NM $331,737 $24,878 13.3
642 Manchester-Nashua, NH $888,881 $66,689 13.3
643 Rutland, VT $568,576 $42,691 13.3
644 Harrison, AR $410,118 $30,804 13.3
645 Woodward, OK $771,714 $57,995 13.3
646 Washington Court House, OH $448,078 $33,702 13.3
647 Greeley, CO $786,721 $59,174 13.3
648 Wapakoneta, OH $635,133 $47,819 13.3
649 La Grande, OR $469,890 $35,412 13.3
650 Pahrump, NV $384,292 $28,985 13.3
651 Killeen-Temple, TX $565,527 $42,671 13.3
652 Enterprise, AL $529,242 $40,030 13.2
653 Blackfoot, ID $584,514 $44,220 13.2
654 Muskogee, OK $517,007 $39,142 13.2
655 Columbus, NE $785,023 $59,450 13.2
656 Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA $570,121 $43,220 13.2
657 Sanford, NC $517,633 $39,244 13.2
658 Fort Morgan, CO $552,933 $41,974 13.2
659 Greenville, OH $515,999 $39,187 13.2
660 Jacksonville, IL $495,794 $37,657 13.2
661 Adrian, MI $501,772 $38,120 13.2
662 Macomb, IL $414,251 $31,489 13.2
663 Bay City, MI $480,007 $36,497 13.2
664 Harrisonburg, VA $563,786 $42,881 13.1
665 Ottawa-Peru, IL $545,969 $41,658 13.1
666 Klamath Falls, OR $388,574 $29,650 13.1
667 Russellville, AR $488,649 $37,290 13.1
668 Houghton, MI $408,531 $31,226 13.1
669 Port Angeles, WA $499,025 $38,184 13.1
670 McMinnville, TN $392,087 $30,012 13.1
671 Dickinson, ND $1,196,457 $91,628 13.1
672 Brownwood, TX $497,728 $38,188 13.0
673 Anchorage, AK $1,031,685 $79,177 13.0
674 Menomonie, WI $560,789 $43,039 13.0
675 Rexburg, ID $488,805 $37,525 13.0
676 Anniston-Oxford-Jacksonville, AL $413,778 $31,865 13.0
677 Cortland, NY $431,500 $33,253 13.0
678 Marquette, MI $492,677 $38,002 13.0
679 Elkins, WV $394,220 $30,408 13.0
680 Colorado Springs, CO $691,700 $53,458 12.9
681 Forest City, NC $354,168 $27,396 12.9
682 Ames, IA $659,761 $51,208 12.9
683 Vincennes, IN $482,038 $37,449 12.9
684 Seneca Falls, NY $410,562 $31,914 12.9
685 Battle Creek, MI $459,028 $35,780 12.8
686 Kennewick-Richland, WA $664,494 $51,807 12.8
687 Bemidji, MN $498,249 $38,854 12.8
688 Gillette, WY $961,705 $75,046 12.8
689 Johnstown, PA $452,137 $35,296 12.8
690 Ogden-Clearfield, UT $699,054 $54,629 12.8
691 Astoria, OR $475,937 $37,206 12.8
692 Cheyenne, WY $760,127 $59,542 12.8
693 Augusta-Waterville, ME $494,091 $38,752 12.8
694 Williamsport, PA $503,440 $39,529 12.7
695 Centralia, WA $457,184 $35,972 12.7
696 Washington, NC $448,485 $35,306 12.7
697 Farmington, NM $542,133 $42,726 12.7
698 Fayetteville, NC $435,754 $34,447 12.7
699 Baraboo, WI $610,898 $48,328 12.6
700 Cambridge, MD $428,723 $33,964 12.6
701 Albany, OR $464,349 $36,863 12.6
702 Sweetwater, TX $474,814 $37,743 12.6
703 Lumberton, NC $312,528 $24,855 12.6
704 Clarksville, TN-KY $478,682 $38,074 12.6
705 Bismarck, ND $953,332 $75,833 12.6
706 New Castle, PA $472,157 $37,574 12.6
707 Fort Dodge, IA $547,924 $43,721 12.5
708 Moscow, ID $512,530 $40,916 12.5
709 Middlesborough, KY $231,747 $18,502 12.5
710 Fort Madison-Keokuk, IA-IL-MO $482,013 $38,572 12.5
711 Picayune, MS $410,264 $32,832 12.5
712 Aberdeen, WA $416,617 $33,348 12.5
713 Longview, WA $495,275 $39,725 12.5
714 Urban Honolulu, HI $781,988 $62,738 12.5
715 Newberry, SC $408,661 $32,851 12.4
716 Crescent City, CA $339,709 $27,378 12.4
717 El Centro, CA $483,562 $38,989 12.4
718 Amsterdam, NY $387,181 $31,297 12.4
719 Logan, WV $316,557 $25,593 12.4
720 Cañon City, CO $441,889 $35,746 12.4
721 Kendallville, IN $494,556 $40,059 12.3
722 Centralia, IL $404,511 $32,863 12.3
723 Danville, IL $385,656 $31,392 12.3
724 Pocatello, ID $496,028 $40,398 12.3
725 Greeneville, TN $371,629 $30,337 12.2
726 Topeka, KS $612,773 $50,052 12.2
727 Ada, OK $561,887 $45,905 12.2
728 Vicksburg, MS $422,072 $34,571 12.2
729 Prineville, OR $403,027 $33,022 12.2
730 Bardstown, KY $541,711 $44,572 12.2
731 Norwalk, OH $499,427 $41,100 12.2
732 Weatherford, OK $624,786 $51,431 12.1
733 Andrews, TX $764,196 $62,966 12.1
734 Minot, ND $850,998 $70,199 12.1
735 Dixon, IL $499,185 $41,417 12.1
736 Gloversville, NY $370,245 $30,751 12.0
737 Beeville, TX $483,663 $40,297 12.0
738 DuBois, PA $424,976 $35,419 12.0
739 Vineland-Bridgeton, NJ $468,851 $39,215 12.0
740 Big Stone Gap, VA $305,628 $25,571 12.0
741 Cumberland, MD-WV $383,393 $32,097 11.9
742 Marshall, MO $398,097 $33,334 11.9
743 Mexico, MO $415,271 $34,831 11.9
744 Bastrop, LA $353,201 $29,627 11.9
745 Logansport, IN $451,260 $37,905 11.9
746 Red Wing, MN $636,750 $53,720 11.9
747 Lebanon, PA $560,435 $47,321 11.8
748 Olympia-Tumwater, WA $597,887 $50,551 11.8
749 Storm Lake, IA $594,610 $50,367 11.8
750 Cedar City, UT $421,426 $35,730 11.8
751 Springfield, OH $437,036 $37,338 11.7
752 Worthington, MN $528,884 $45,191 11.7
753 Maryville, MO $385,931 $32,985 11.7
754 Salem, OH $412,139 $35,241 11.7
755 Marion, IN $384,095 $32,864 11.7
756 Lewisburg, TN $447,603 $38,307 11.7
757 Point Pleasant, WV-OH $363,882 $31,196 11.7
758 Beaver Dam, WI $564,648 $48,461 11.7
759 Vernon, TX $382,912 $32,959 11.6
760 Ogdensburg-Massena, NY $343,830 $29,619 11.6
761 Garden City, KS $613,083 $52,844 11.6
762 Hillsdale, MI $378,715 $32,653 11.6
763 Camden, AR $331,951 $28,657 11.6
764 Helena, MT $591,505 $51,140 11.6
765 Elizabeth City, NC $437,633 $37,928 11.5
766 Bogalusa, LA $314,577 $27,346 11.5
767 Coffeyville, KS $422,724 $36,828 11.5
768 Merrill, WI $469,884 $40,958 11.5
769 Lewiston-Auburn, ME $410,613 $35,793 11.5
770 Sault Ste. Marie, MI $349,314 $30,516 11.4
771 Ionia, MI $434,386 $38,060 11.4
772 Port Clinton, OH $542,574 $47,543 11.4
773 Batavia, NY $395,712 $34,692 11.4
774 Somerset, PA $417,559 $36,609 11.4
775 Bartlesville, OK $650,257 $57,011 11.4
776 Fairbanks, AK $756,876 $66,418 11.4
777 Muscatine, IA $611,786 $53,751 11.4
778 Borger, TX $523,507 $46,127 11.3
779 Clovis, NM $381,410 $33,618 11.3
780 Crawfordsville, IN $471,335 $41,587 11.3
781 Richmond-Berea, KY $410,449 $36,218 11.3
782 Owosso, MI $408,910 $36,106 11.3
783 Berlin, NH-VT $359,295 $31,754 11.3
784 Defiance, OH $478,093 $42,270 11.3
785 Show Low, AZ $330,557 $29,271 11.3
786 Seymour, IN $515,046 $45,695 11.3
787 DeRidder, LA $485,832 $43,159 11.3
788 Gaffney, SC $315,760 $28,058 11.3
789 Van Wert, OH $452,677 $40,263 11.2
790 Hermiston-Pendleton, OR $413,149 $36,747 11.2
791 Tullahoma-Manchester, TN $433,987 $38,626 11.2
792 Weirton-Steubenville, WV-OH $395,696 $35,219 11.2
793 Portales, NM $315,447 $28,093 11.2
794 Miami, OK $390,949 $34,842 11.2
795 Plattsburgh, NY $384,387 $34,298 11.2
796 Dunn, NC $421,303 $37,714 11.2
797 Zapata, TX $308,705 $27,673 11.2
798 Beatrice, NE $512,732 $45,992 11.1
799 Price, UT $377,226 $33,857 11.1
800 Scottsbluff, NE $495,380 $44,537 11.1
801 Taylorville, IL $400,874 $36,043 11.1
802 Rockingham, NC $276,388 $24,855 11.1
803 Jefferson, GA $506,054 $45,623 11.1
804 Alamogordo, NM $338,304 $30,537 11.1
805 Wahpeton, ND-MN $611,157 $55,235 11.1
806 Parsons, KS $410,166 $37,094 11.1
807 Bellefontaine, OH $453,932 $41,067 11.1
808 Pontiac, IL $458,357 $41,604 11.0
809 Selinsgrove, PA $446,500 $40,586 11.0
810 Ketchikan, AK $693,912 $63,095 11.0
811 Bennettsville, SC $232,769 $21,203 11.0
812 New Castle, IN $417,916 $38,272 10.9
813 Mount Sterling, KY $344,740 $31,636 10.9
814 Evanston, WY $656,329 $60,323 10.9
815 North Vernon, IN $390,429 $35,926 10.9
816 Elizabethtown-Fort Knox, KY $434,413 $40,027 10.9
817 Warner Robins, GA $446,180 $41,142 10.8
818 Coshocton, OH $366,674 $33,843 10.8
819 Sierra Vista-Douglas, AZ $348,889 $32,249 10.8
820 Monroe, MI $502,631 $46,596 10.8
821 East Stroudsburg, PA $533,221 $49,566 10.8
822 Hutchinson, MN $498,499 $46,339 10.8
823 Raymondville, TX $325,181 $30,265 10.7
824 Lawrenceburg, TN $332,497 $31,015 10.7
825 Shawnee, OK $470,949 $43,998 10.7
826 Huntingdon, PA $377,047 $35,256 10.7
827 Connersville, IN $336,496 $31,472 10.7
828 Atchison, KS $469,875 $43,961 10.7
829 Shelton, WA $425,784 $39,846 10.7
830 Pine Bluff, AR $336,268 $31,488 10.7
831 Talladega-Sylacauga, AL $318,424 $29,823 10.7
832 Kokomo, IN $438,328 $41,073 10.7
833 Huntington, IN $437,730 $41,020 10.7
834 Hagerstown-Martinsburg, MD-WV $474,873 $44,599 10.6
835 Jesup, GA $322,833 $30,430 10.6
836 Valley, AL $274,855 $25,953 10.6
837 Chillicothe, OH $396,998 $37,547 10.6
838 Dayton, TN $361,127 $34,193 10.6
839 Emporia, KS $427,645 $40,628 10.5
840 Staunton-Waynesboro, VA $451,758 $43,033 10.5
841 Frankfort, KY $439,731 $41,933 10.5
842 Dodge City, KS $524,547 $50,056 10.5
843 Craig, CO $484,970 $46,317 10.5
844 Chambersburg-Waynesboro, PA $491,195 $47,046 10.4
845 Fremont, OH $435,614 $41,755 10.4
846 Port Lavaca, TX $458,537 $43,993 10.4
847 Newton, IA $514,629 $49,387 10.4
848 Newport, TN $260,660 $25,062 10.4
849 Rochelle, IL $462,895 $44,514 10.4
850 Bay City, TX $485,322 $46,726 10.4
851 Deming, NM $261,232 $25,206 10.4
852 Gallup, NM $394,741 $38,163 10.3
853 Marion, OH $365,761 $35,374 10.3
854 Platteville, WI $418,333 $40,507 10.3
855 Boone, IA $552,122 $53,594 10.3
856 Lawton, OK $455,083 $44,195 10.3
857 Safford, AZ $331,910 $32,257 10.3
858 Dover, DE $437,703 $42,702 10.3
859 Marshalltown, IA $497,579 $48,597 10.2
860 Owatonna, MN $505,572 $49,414 10.2
861 Lewistown, PA $342,801 $33,569 10.2
862 Oxford, NC $429,345 $42,326 10.1
863 Warrensburg, MO $384,358 $38,169 10.1
864 Tiffin, OH $387,563 $38,662 10.0
865 Canton, IL $336,483 $33,639 10.0
866 Ashtabula, OH $344,033 $34,464 10.0
867 Arkansas City-Winfield, KS $434,661 $43,646 10.0
868 Del Rio, TX $422,754 $42,473 10.0
869 Athens, TN $348,858 $35,070 9.9
870 Rock Springs, WY $671,027 $67,566 9.9
871 Clinton, IA $448,466 $45,369 9.9
872 Summerville, GA $243,913 $24,844 9.8
873 Jackson, OH $309,309 $31,516 9.8
874 Lock Haven, PA $362,821 $37,049 9.8
875 Fallon, NV $338,437 $34,630 9.8
876 Tahlequah, OK $390,490 $39,958 9.8
877 Watertown-Fort Atkinson, WI $490,938 $50,446 9.7
878 Ottumwa, IA $391,043 $40,268 9.7
879 Vallejo-Fairfield, CA $525,617 $54,149 9.7
880 Othello, WA $412,097 $42,733 9.6
881 Elko, NV $497,147 $51,709 9.6
882 Fairmont, WV $375,155 $39,170 9.6
883 Fernley, NV $333,850 $34,922 9.6
884 Jacksonville, NC $356,935 $37,438 9.5
885 Española, NM $318,215 $33,521 9.5
886 Shawano, WI $373,407 $39,489 9.5
887 Malvern, AR $299,831 $31,817 9.4
888 Bedford, IN $344,791 $36,928 9.3
889 Greensburg, IN $401,705 $43,192 9.3
890 Cedartown, GA $273,907 $29,499 9.3
891 Grants, NM $256,882 $27,712 9.3
892 Liberal, KS $453,262 $49,066 9.2
893 Lexington, NE $456,276 $49,411 9.2
894 Dumas, TX $419,641 $46,254 9.1
895 Urbana, OH $374,800 $41,593 9.0
896 Eagle Pass, TX $349,678 $38,976 9.0
897 Bucyrus, OH $300,771 $33,547 9.0
898 Ozark, AL $290,288 $32,415 9.0
899 Frankfort, IN $385,993 $43,332 8.9
900 Lincoln, IL $354,062 $40,247 8.8
901 Susanville, CA $288,943 $32,970 8.8
902 Ottawa, KS $410,517 $47,423 8.7
903 Winnemucca, NV $403,927 $46,672 8.7
904 Mountain Home, ID $322,438 $37,263 8.7
905 Hinesville, GA $249,515 $29,119 8.6
906 Guymon, OK $469,741 $54,895 8.6
907 Altus, OK $355,959 $41,875 8.5
908 Fort Polk South, LA $339,796 $40,086 8.5
909 Juneau, AK $656,469 $77,617 8.5
910 Peru, IN $294,011 $37,124 7.9
911 St. Marys, GA $278,439 $38,030 7.3
912 California-Lexington Park, MD $493,009 $67,692 7.3
913 Los Alamos, NM $578,133 $82,406 7.0
914 Rio Grande City, TX $232,921 $34,431 6.8
915 Fort Leonard Wood, MO $237,485 $38,486 6.2
916 Junction City, KS $257,831 $47,429 5.4

Source: Authors’ analysis of county-level tax data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016. Core Based Statistical Areas defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division; Office of Management and Budget, February 2013 delineations.

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Appendix Table B2

Ratio of top 1% income to bottom 99% income for all U.S. counties, 2015

Rank (by top-to-bottom ratio) County Average income of the top 1% Average income of the bottom 99% Top-to-bottom ratio
1 Teton, WY $22,508,018 $158,290 142.2
2 New York, NY $8,983,154 $79,528 113.0
3 La Salle, TX $4,309,034 $46,763 92.1
4 Collier, FL $5,590,120 $62,053 90.1
5 Monroe, FL $4,741,192 $58,295 81.3
6 Palm Beach, FL $3,711,619 $47,665 77.9
7 Pitkin, CO $6,620,969 $91,714 72.2
8 San Miguel, CO $4,515,363 $65,281 69.2
9 Walton, FL $2,957,140 $43,174 68.5
10 Indian River, FL $2,921,375 $43,473 67.2
11 Martin, FL $3,328,484 $49,786 66.9
12 Fairfield, CT $6,290,951 $101,213 62.2
13 Westchester, NY $5,105,521 $89,408 57.1
14 Miami-Dade, FL $2,165,905 $38,875 55.7
15 Charlottesville City, VA $2,909,022 $53,028 54.9
16 Franklin, FL $1,456,120 $26,956 54.0
17 Suffolk, MA $2,796,952 $52,149 53.6
18 Union, SD $4,835,625 $92,752 52.1
19 Dallam, TX $2,569,241 $50,815 50.6
20 Sarasota, FL $2,118,448 $41,962 50.5
21 Carroll, NH $2,470,998 $48,980 50.4
22 San Mateo, CA $5,104,087 $103,906 49.1
23 De Witt, TX $2,733,797 $55,743 49.0
24 Benton, AR $3,162,818 $65,307 48.4
25 San Francisco, CA $4,109,379 $85,107 48.3
26 Marin, CA $4,630,737 $98,504 47.0
27 Blaine, ID $3,623,758 $77,353 46.8
28 Saratoga, NY $2,549,869 $56,124 45.4
29 Douglas, NV $2,272,387 $51,276 44.3
30 Edwards, TX $1,561,788 $35,558 43.9
31 Summit, UT $4,784,667 $110,003 43.5
32 Fulton, GA $2,718,778 $64,232 42.3
33 Karnes, TX $3,017,231 $71,439 42.2
34 Essex, NJ $2,434,197 $58,195 41.8
35 Shackelford, TX $1,641,558 $39,435 41.6
36 Dallas, TX $2,192,650 $53,681 40.8
37 San Juan, WA $2,004,457 $50,582 39.6
38 Pinellas, FL $1,400,070 $35,758 39.2
39 Goochland, VA $3,983,301 $102,518 38.9
40 Lee, FL $1,673,922 $43,148 38.8
41 Norfolk, MA $3,184,335 $83,872 38.0
42 Lake, IL $3,113,398 $83,238 37.4
43 Richmond City, VA $1,581,439 $42,431 37.3
44 McCracken, KY $1,489,691 $40,881 36.4
45 Colusa, CA $1,585,605 $43,693 36.3
46 Midland, TX $2,940,433 $81,857 35.9
47 Davidson, TN $1,851,972 $51,955 35.6
48 Los Angeles, CA $1,780,441 $50,122 35.5
49 Routt, CO $2,507,070 $71,006 35.3
50 Dimmit, TX $1,239,893 $35,272 35.2
51 Talbot, MD $1,982,671 $56,900 34.8
52 Santa Clara, CA $3,507,481 $100,720 34.8
53 Clark, NV $1,418,143 $40,770 34.8
54 Albemarle, VA $2,689,190 $78,143 34.4
55 Castro, TX $1,216,432 $35,363 34.4
56 Broward, FL $1,456,219 $42,635 34.2
57 Santa Barbara, CA $1,846,469 $54,667 33.8
58 Washoe, NV $1,531,629 $45,759 33.5
59 Kenton, KY $1,729,843 $51,870 33.3
60 Manatee, FL $1,404,583 $42,157 33.3
61 Cook, IL $1,744,906 $52,580 33.2
62 St Johns, FL $2,092,494 $64,040 32.7
63 Natrona, WY $2,038,763 $62,481 32.6
64 Travis, TX $2,307,000 $70,874 32.6
65 Gonzales, TX $1,555,721 $47,851 32.5
66 Navarro, TX $1,174,429 $36,242 32.4
67 Leelanau, MI $1,737,037 $53,634 32.4
68 Austin, TX $1,816,832 $56,191 32.3
69 Orange, FL $1,294,376 $40,193 32.2
70 St Louis, MO $2,056,997 $63,898 32.2
71 Charlevoix, MI $1,335,627 $41,526 32.2
72 Skamania, WA $1,301,678 $40,746 31.9
73 Greene, GA $1,637,694 $51,564 31.8
74 Middlesex, MA $2,515,860 $79,220 31.8
75 Napa, CA $1,979,722 $63,279 31.3
76 Montgomery, PA $2,626,624 $84,174 31.2
77 Nassau, NY $2,818,661 $90,365 31.2
78 Mecklenburg, NC $1,866,112 $59,876 31.2
79 Harris, TX $1,884,530 $60,748 31.0
80 Eagle, CO $2,567,254 $82,763 31.0
81 Gillespie, TX $1,747,072 $56,462 30.9
82 McKenzie, ND $4,361,191 $141,390 30.8
83 Missoula, MT $1,364,188 $44,234 30.8
84 Hartley, TX $1,445,097 $47,134 30.7
85 Jefferson, AL $1,346,356 $44,305 30.4
86 Bergen, NJ $2,478,179 $81,949 30.2
87 Bristol, RI $2,139,192 $70,834 30.2
88 Dubois, IN $1,664,967 $55,196 30.2
89 Leflore, MS $785,518 $26,045 30.2
90 Marshall, SD $1,529,232 $51,248 29.8
91 Roseau, MN $1,318,374 $44,298 29.8
92 Ozaukee, WI $2,543,691 $85,958 29.6
93 Charleston, SC $1,537,976 $52,410 29.3
94 Whitfield, GA $1,000,714 $34,163 29.3
95 King, WA $2,303,961 $78,736 29.3
96 Hennepin, MN $1,971,300 $67,735 29.1
97 Orleans, LA $1,200,767 $41,434 29.0
98 District of Columbia, DC $1,786,248 $61,835 28.9
99 Hillsborough, FL $1,158,819 $40,366 28.7
100 Kent, MI $1,352,945 $47,187 28.7
101 Llano, TX $1,104,595 $38,773 28.5
102 Emmet, MI $1,276,653 $45,166 28.3
103 Orange, CA $1,870,080 $66,206 28.2
104 Hamilton, OH $1,456,798 $51,643 28.2
105 Washakie, WY $1,324,641 $47,060 28.1
106 Dixie, FL $475,777 $16,942 28.1
107 Denver, CO $1,687,561 $60,245 28.0
108 Hamilton, TX $1,053,656 $37,893 27.8
109 Thomas, GA $906,090 $32,681 27.7
110 Greene, MO $1,041,490 $37,568 27.7
111 Monroe, AL $785,440 $28,348 27.7
112 Gregg, TX $1,229,547 $44,392 27.7
113 Morris, NJ $2,681,749 $97,197 27.6
114 Nassau, FL $1,353,581 $49,215 27.5
115 Putnam, GA $962,839 $35,039 27.5
116 Carlisle, KY $929,630 $34,090 27.3
117 Kosciusko, IN $1,353,969 $49,675 27.3
118 Martin, TX $1,949,504 $71,932 27.1
119 Lee, AR $542,361 $20,135 26.9
120 Logan, CO $1,055,819 $39,247 26.9
121 Kalamazoo, MI $1,163,933 $43,286 26.9
122 Jessamine, KY $1,250,510 $46,567 26.9
123 Mercer, NJ $1,827,878 $68,209 26.8
124 Cumberland, PA $1,561,699 $58,443 26.7
125 Macon, NC $765,128 $28,693 26.7
126 Flagler, FL $1,043,973 $39,178 26.6
127 Albany, NY $1,248,927 $46,934 26.6
128 Potter, TX $946,522 $35,643 26.6
129 St Landry, LA $1,041,641 $39,244 26.5
130 Kings, NY $1,028,509 $38,763 26.5
131 Alfalfa, OK $1,597,300 $60,269 26.5
132 Boulder, CO $2,049,421 $77,448 26.5
133 Dougherty, GA $669,093 $25,328 26.4
134 Shelby, TN $1,234,905 $46,897 26.3
135 Lamar, MS $1,171,593 $44,521 26.3
136 Oakland, MI $1,691,455 $64,291 26.3
137 Sumter, FL $1,121,783 $42,642 26.3
138 Clearwater, MN $978,047 $37,186 26.3
139 Bonneville, ID $1,353,622 $51,484 26.3
140 Oconee, GA $2,091,265 $79,639 26.3
141 Knox, TN $1,268,658 $48,485 26.2
142 Iredell, NC $1,398,677 $53,602 26.1
143 Teton, MT $1,126,786 $43,296 26.0
144 Washington, GA $746,616 $28,713 26.0
145 Cuyahoga, OH $1,144,619 $44,035 26.0
146 Union, NJ $1,764,204 $68,002 25.9
147 Pulaski, AR $1,252,698 $48,294 25.9
148 Boone, IN $2,226,852 $85,927 25.9
149 Oklahoma, OK $1,542,139 $59,523 25.9
150 Beaufort, SC $1,378,612 $53,218 25.9
151 Caddo, LA $1,044,400 $40,339 25.9
152 Somerset, NJ $2,593,431 $100,207 25.9
153 Grafton, NH $1,497,524 $57,912 25.9
154 Columbia, NY $1,048,695 $40,654 25.8
155 Cameron, LA $1,334,010 $51,740 25.8
156 Garfield, CO $1,493,003 $57,940 25.8
157 Ohio, WV $1,064,243 $41,360 25.7
158 Oneida, WI $1,235,919 $48,165 25.7
159 Stanley, SD $1,740,622 $67,907 25.6
160 Upton, TX $1,406,479 $54,875 25.6
161 Elkhart, IN $1,193,182 $46,561 25.6
162 DuPage, IL $1,954,820 $76,437 25.6
163 Kauai, HI $1,406,993 $55,057 25.6
164 Eau Claire, WI $1,199,260 $47,044 25.5
165 Onondaga, NY $1,046,986 $41,114 25.5
166 Hemphill, TX $1,596,595 $62,922 25.4
167 Delaware, PA $1,717,727 $67,791 25.3
168 Lafayette, MS $1,131,699 $44,783 25.3
169 Ontario, NY $1,088,337 $43,073 25.3
170 Santa Fe, NM $1,255,288 $49,688 25.3
171 Worcester, MD $1,257,248 $49,828 25.2
172 Chatham, GA $1,050,424 $41,640 25.2
173 Red River, LA $802,835 $31,885 25.2
174 Forsyth, NC $1,109,256 $44,072 25.2
175 Gulf, FL $700,023 $27,856 25.1
176 Cass, MI $932,941 $37,285 25.0
177 Barry, MO $730,994 $29,259 25.0
178 Guilford, NC $1,097,853 $44,084 24.9
179 Winchester City, VA $1,200,309 $48,276 24.9
180 Forrest, MS $835,990 $33,652 24.8
181 Kendall, TX $2,548,912 $102,628 24.8
182 Alleghany, NC $640,495 $25,860 24.8
183 Eastland, TX $807,456 $32,735 24.7
184 Union, AR $941,811 $38,285 24.6
185 Kimble, TX $756,037 $30,746 24.6
186 Orange, NC $1,620,347 $65,918 24.6
187 Muscogee, GA $833,890 $33,961 24.6
188 Allegheny, PA $1,262,544 $51,505 24.5
189 Geauga, OH $1,827,484 $74,806 24.4
190 Lamoille, VT $1,269,220 $51,989 24.4
191 Essex, MA $1,516,940 $62,149 24.4
192 Duval, FL $920,376 $37,751 24.4
193 Brown, WI $1,316,340 $54,056 24.4
194 Reeves, TX $1,098,711 $45,493 24.2
195 Reagan, TX $1,367,585 $56,656 24.1
196 Concho, TX $1,133,143 $47,037 24.1
197 Contra Costa, CA $1,861,177 $77,273 24.1
198 Bay, FL $852,844 $35,412 24.1
199 Gallatin, MT $1,416,131 $58,934 24.0
200 Chelan, WA $1,167,733 $48,757 23.9
201 Chester, PA $2,190,015 $91,713 23.9
202 Santa Cruz, CA $1,418,115 $59,444 23.9
203 Wichita, TX $912,287 $38,298 23.8
204 Monmouth, NJ $1,876,782 $78,970 23.8
205 Dukes, MA $1,767,713 $74,498 23.7
206 Arkansas, AR $784,517 $33,149 23.7
207 Mower, MN $998,460 $42,271 23.6
208 Taylor, FL $600,859 $25,448 23.6
209 Benson, ND $967,642 $41,056 23.6
210 Sebastian, AR $863,638 $36,739 23.5
211 Coffee, GA $616,597 $26,242 23.5
212 Floyd, GA $815,116 $34,702 23.5
213 Clay, SD $965,910 $41,262 23.4
214 Sabine, TX $925,192 $39,523 23.4
215 Hamilton, TN $1,152,384 $49,247 23.4
216 Lincoln, SD $2,258,670 $96,551 23.4
217 Glades, FL $668,139 $28,571 23.4
218 Volusia, FL $748,602 $32,019 23.4
219 Georgetown, SC $991,439 $42,576 23.3
220 Jefferson, WA $1,103,624 $47,404 23.3
221 Custer, MT $990,837 $42,682 23.2
222 Baltimore City, MD $781,619 $33,703 23.2
223 Marion, GA $506,808 $21,874 23.2
224 Sublette, WY $1,614,417 $69,692 23.2
225 Monroe, NY $944,721 $40,900 23.1
226 Arapahoe, CO $1,520,877 $66,081 23.0
227 Eddy, NM $1,118,627 $48,671 23.0
228 Minnehaha, SD $1,451,921 $63,173 23.0
229 Seminole, GA $621,996 $27,172 22.9
230 Bailey, TX $812,925 $35,591 22.8
231 Maricopa, AZ $1,086,476 $47,600 22.8
232 Kerr, TX $1,037,193 $45,491 22.8
233 Brown, SD $1,275,634 $55,999 22.8
234 Union, NC $1,533,666 $67,422 22.7
235 Tarrant, TX $1,320,413 $58,070 22.7
236 Suffolk, NY $1,639,219 $72,136 22.7
237 Marion, FL $644,756 $28,387 22.7
238 Plymouth, MA $1,522,496 $67,213 22.7
239 Newport, RI $1,350,665 $59,667 22.6
240 Grant, OK $1,096,890 $48,476 22.6
241 Laurel, KY $664,374 $29,368 22.6
242 Bennington, VT $988,855 $43,728 22.6
243 New Hanover, NC $1,035,627 $45,843 22.6
244 Clark, WA $1,259,121 $55,823 22.6
245 Glynn, GA $901,509 $40,000 22.5
246 Okaloosa, FL $942,796 $41,836 22.5
247 Monongalia, WV $1,101,389 $48,878 22.5
248 Utah, UT $1,275,131 $56,643 22.5
249 Roanoke City, VA $741,367 $32,948 22.5
250 Leon, FL $773,030 $34,376 22.5
251 Lane, OR $845,195 $37,605 22.5
252 Josephine, OR $653,749 $29,126 22.4
253 Walworth, WI $1,121,163 $50,036 22.4
254 San Diego, CA $1,272,532 $56,998 22.3
255 Spartanburg, SC $797,750 $35,764 22.3
256 Taney, MO $678,140 $30,418 22.3
257 Escambia, FL $748,690 $33,677 22.2
258 Nantucket, MA $2,105,880 $94,957 22.2
259 Rabun, GA $675,941 $30,538 22.1
260 Young, TX $892,066 $40,326 22.1
261 Multnomah, OR $1,122,031 $50,810 22.1
262 Milwaukee, WI $915,062 $41,520 22.0
263 Montgomery, MD $1,996,519 $90,609 22.0
264 Lauderdale, MS $739,047 $33,575 22.0
265 Burnet, TX $1,164,844 $52,924 22.0
266 Montgomery, TX $1,817,732 $82,620 22.0
267 Bexar, TX $1,113,086 $50,644 22.0
268 Warrick, IN $1,359,142 $61,854 22.0
269 Monterey, CA $1,152,762 $52,519 21.9
270 Clackamas, OR $1,338,843 $61,062 21.9
271 Ingham, MI $837,288 $38,189 21.9
272 Bibb, GA $729,551 $33,296 21.9
273 East Carroll, LA $502,665 $22,958 21.9
274 Fayette, KY $995,352 $45,470 21.9
275 Lee, MS $837,414 $38,288 21.9
276 Madison, MS $1,473,511 $67,407 21.9
277 Sonoma, CA $1,171,158 $53,613 21.8
278 Berrien, MI $839,501 $38,431 21.8
279 Cheshire, NH $1,081,488 $49,623 21.8
280 Floyd, IN $1,206,755 $55,448 21.8
281 Jefferson, KY $1,019,251 $46,887 21.7
282 Baltimore, MD $1,279,317 $58,988 21.7
283 Vilas, WI $791,666 $36,506 21.7
284 Deschutes, OR $1,120,655 $51,710 21.7
285 Plaquemines, LA $1,162,890 $53,661 21.7
286 Ouray, CO $1,257,551 $58,045 21.7
287 Pulaski, GA $530,400 $24,555 21.6
288 Curry, OR $608,229 $28,162 21.6
289 Ottawa, MI $1,130,402 $52,407 21.6
290 Boone, MO $1,000,401 $46,422 21.6
291 Barry, MI $914,430 $42,473 21.5
292 Sheridan, WY $1,259,787 $58,534 21.5
293 Wabash, IN $821,057 $38,192 21.5
294 Pepin, WI $959,690 $44,648 21.5
295 Williamsburg City, VA $1,095,402 $50,965 21.5
296 Lenoir, NC $597,344 $27,823 21.5
297 Coahoma, MS $495,739 $23,090 21.5
298 Stearns, MN $1,022,801 $47,673 21.5
299 Crawford, MO $628,543 $29,311 21.4
300 Garza, TX $846,636 $39,510 21.4
301 Kent, MD $1,067,303 $49,834 21.4
302 Tulsa, OK $1,305,038 $60,942 21.4
303 Ramsey, MN $1,133,897 $53,016 21.4
304 Johnson, KS $1,990,387 $93,136 21.4
305 Glenn, CA $744,066 $34,870 21.3
306 Grand Traverse, MI $1,047,625 $49,142 21.3
307 Rock, WI $955,537 $44,824 21.3
308 Belknap, NH $1,205,301 $56,572 21.3
309 San Saba, TX $750,599 $35,328 21.2
310 Montgomery, NC $606,469 $28,550 21.2
311 Midland, MI $1,069,469 $50,405 21.2
312 Coleman, TX $650,372 $30,684 21.2
313 Alachua, FL $745,322 $35,231 21.2
314 Clarke, GA $665,631 $31,468 21.2
315 New Kent, VA $1,581,899 $74,813 21.1
316 Aransas, TX $968,759 $45,863 21.1
317 Woodruff, AR $487,415 $23,085 21.1
318 Tehama, CA $598,311 $28,344 21.1
319 Randolph, IN $699,403 $33,238 21.0
320 Mackinac, MI $628,898 $29,915 21.0
321 Williamson, TN $2,420,428 $115,145 21.0
322 Houston, AL $796,305 $37,885 21.0
323 Washtenaw, MI $1,184,151 $56,431 21.0
324 Putnam, TN $731,865 $34,885 21.0
325 Hall, TX $657,392 $31,363 21.0
326 Coles, IL $658,141 $31,410 21.0
327 Zavala, TX $620,062 $29,619 20.9
328 Vanderburgh, IN $857,836 $41,003 20.9
329 Winn, LA $646,514 $30,907 20.9
330 Terrell, GA $573,342 $27,410 20.9
331 Gogebic, MI $538,225 $25,764 20.9
332 Marathon, WI $1,050,089 $50,285 20.9
333 Converse, WY $1,308,678 $62,714 20.9
334 Tom Green, TX $915,489 $43,881 20.9
335 Victoria, TX $1,068,660 $51,231 20.9
336 Clark, WI $801,573 $38,437 20.9
337 Custer, SD $1,036,264 $49,702 20.8
338 Allendale, SC $369,718 $17,761 20.8
339 Cerro Gordo, IA $964,976 $46,365 20.8
340 Summit, CO $1,749,352 $84,121 20.8
341 Fresno, CA $778,132 $37,430 20.8
342 Alcorn, MS $552,478 $26,620 20.8
343 Smith, TX $990,665 $47,771 20.7
344 Scott, MO $738,900 $35,643 20.7
345 Bath, VA $692,976 $33,445 20.7
346 St Lucie, FL $683,309 $32,981 20.7
347 Nemaha, KS $1,113,645 $53,898 20.7
348 Sullivan, NY $734,048 $35,584 20.6
349 Hampton, SC $490,545 $23,780 20.6
350 Ventura, CA $1,298,284 $62,944 20.6
351 Dunn, ND $2,014,822 $97,702 20.6
352 Divide, ND $1,561,306 $75,745 20.6
353 Holmes, OH $915,029 $44,445 20.6
354 Hamilton, IA $979,291 $47,576 20.6
355 Montgomery, AL $759,669 $36,968 20.5
356 Sedgwick, KS $1,133,652 $55,243 20.5
357 Douglas, NE $1,377,211 $67,144 20.5
358 Marion, AR $529,450 $25,813 20.5
359 Philadelphia, PA $732,220 $35,713 20.5
360 St Joseph, IN $899,171 $43,864 20.5
361 Hancock, OH $954,568 $46,661 20.5
362 Adams, MS $618,084 $30,218 20.5
363 Hinds, MS $704,482 $34,455 20.4
364 East Baton Rouge, LA $996,496 $48,741 20.4
365 Wayne, MI $739,327 $36,171 20.4
366 Morris, TX $641,444 $31,391 20.4
367 Washington, AR $910,130 $44,567 20.4
368 Richland, MT $1,417,793 $69,520 20.4
369 Live Oak, TX $1,141,436 $56,020 20.4
370 Baxter, AR $620,225 $30,446 20.4
371 Berrien, GA $471,594 $23,163 20.4
372 Madison, MT $880,468 $43,253 20.4
373 Bourbon, KY $740,675 $36,387 20.4
374 Chowan, NC $690,739 $33,950 20.3
375 Franklin, OH $1,034,424 $50,848 20.3
376 Citrus, FL $537,724 $26,471 20.3
377 Brazos, TX $859,589 $42,343 20.3
378 Palo Pinto, TX $733,645 $36,142 20.3
379 Polk, FL $650,044 $32,044 20.3
380 Newton, MO $743,277 $36,645 20.3
381 Trinity, CA $439,825 $21,688 20.3
382 Antrim, MI $771,256 $38,036 20.3
383 Waukesha, WI $1,604,834 $79,191 20.3
384 Silver Bow, MT $752,284 $37,123 20.3
385 Jackson, OR $777,746 $38,386 20.3
386 Yakima, WA $802,389 $39,613 20.3
387 Columbia, AR $646,555 $31,923 20.3
388 Grand, UT $836,130 $41,312 20.2
389 Lafayette, LA $1,068,819 $52,821 20.2
390 Klickitat, WA $911,206 $45,035 20.2
391 Mercer, OH $991,588 $49,018 20.2
392 Hunterdon, NJ $1,933,035 $95,571 20.2
393 Allen, IN $931,063 $46,045 20.2
394 Dubuque, IA $1,124,787 $55,666 20.2
395 Salt Lake, UT $1,136,100 $56,232 20.2
396 Blanco, TX $1,109,344 $54,955 20.2
397 Howell, MO $548,728 $27,185 20.2
398 Lowndes, GA $639,444 $31,688 20.2
399 Morgan, GA $926,965 $45,940 20.2
400 Carroll, GA $720,711 $35,757 20.2
401 Martinsville City, VA $563,869 $27,999 20.1
402 Pitt, NC $699,688 $34,754 20.1
403 Columbia, FL $548,825 $27,277 20.1
404 Buncombe, NC $883,394 $43,923 20.1
405 Lynchburg City, VA $753,938 $37,486 20.1
406 Cache, UT $901,857 $44,868 20.1
407 Roscommon, MI $488,810 $24,325 20.1
408 Ochiltree, TX $1,027,321 $51,160 20.1
409 Henry, TN $625,154 $31,140 20.1
410 Stanton, NE $1,001,917 $49,954 20.1
411 Rockland, NY $1,452,799 $72,542 20.0
412 Refugio, TX $933,160 $46,596 20.0
413 Monroe, OH $754,722 $37,717 20.0
414 Seminole, FL $973,126 $48,733 20.0
415 Crawford, KS $761,001 $38,111 20.0
416 Kanawha, WV $729,052 $36,511 20.0
417 Litchfield, CT $1,205,796 $60,395 20.0
418 Hamilton, IN $1,864,696 $93,432 20.0
419 Lubbock, TX $855,037 $42,925 19.9
420 Pickett, TN $538,175 $27,024 19.9
421 Erie, NY $758,789 $38,128 19.9
422 Wayne, NC $626,829 $31,505 19.9
423 Washington, PA $1,096,020 $55,170 19.9
424 Noble, OH $789,947 $39,780 19.9
425 La Crosse, WI $969,177 $48,806 19.9
426 Wilkes, NC $568,358 $28,651 19.8
427 Lauderdale, AL $655,827 $33,073 19.8
428 Madison, FL $458,097 $23,121 19.8
429 Cabell, WV $655,025 $33,094 19.8
430 Nueces, TX $872,213 $44,121 19.8
431 Stephens, GA $597,751 $30,244 19.8
432 Greenville, SC $911,847 $46,150 19.8
433 Whatcom, WA $942,122 $47,699 19.8
434 Gratiot, MI $645,945 $32,731 19.7
435 Madison, TN $808,327 $41,018 19.7
436 Cobb, GA $1,177,759 $59,791 19.7
437 Madison, NY $758,904 $38,531 19.7
438 Nevada, CA $870,714 $44,229 19.7
439 Marion, IN $833,284 $42,330 19.7
440 Pawnee, NE $714,663 $36,317 19.7
441 Door, WI $942,008 $47,977 19.6
442 Garland, AR $706,587 $35,995 19.6
443 Butts, GA $686,906 $34,993 19.6
444 Watauga, NC $648,433 $33,043 19.6
445 Vance, NC $543,059 $27,692 19.6
446 Charlotte, FL $643,580 $32,830 19.6
447 Peoria, IL $909,241 $46,387 19.6
448 Bucks, PA $1,548,145 $79,049 19.6
449 Lincoln, NM $592,845 $30,287 19.6
450 Tunica, MS $458,266 $23,518 19.5
451 New Haven, CT $1,097,930 $56,430 19.5
452 Tift, GA $644,414 $33,131 19.5
453 Chase, NE $987,211 $50,768 19.4
454 Catawba, NC $817,427 $42,059 19.4
455 Payette, ID $781,662 $40,238 19.4
456 Madera, CA $701,038 $36,088 19.4
457 Dickinson, IA $1,136,103 $58,496 19.4
458 De Kalb, GA $946,253 $48,722 19.4
459 Flathead, MT $940,560 $48,467 19.4
460 Cheboygan, MI $588,623 $30,360 19.4
461 Bonner, ID $790,649 $40,816 19.4
462 Santa Cruz, AZ $629,138 $32,484 19.4
463 Craighead, AR $752,894 $38,894 19.4
464 Wayne, MS $621,874 $32,165 19.3
465 Richland, SC $798,878 $41,353 19.3
466 Florence, SC $630,111 $32,626 19.3
467 Colquitt, GA $509,810 $26,398 19.3
468 Huron, MI $665,623 $34,531 19.3
469 Stoddard, MO $593,106 $30,772 19.3
470 Potter, PA $729,449 $37,944 19.2
471 Effingham, IL $892,780 $46,440 19.2
472 Clay, MS $530,713 $27,609 19.2
473 Blue Earth, MN $835,726 $43,491 19.2
474 Sullivan, NH $934,085 $48,616 19.2
475 Dooly, GA $349,780 $18,210 19.2
476 Moultrie, IL $756,366 $39,391 19.2
477 Gregory, SD $698,276 $36,366 19.2
478 Danville City, VA $493,388 $25,702 19.2
479 Blair, PA $718,819 $37,470 19.2
480 Asotin, WA $675,814 $35,283 19.2
481 Bulloch, GA $546,636 $28,543 19.2
482 Berkshire, MA $771,813 $40,349 19.1
483 Dawson, GA $866,288 $45,315 19.1
484 Monroe, GA $859,150 $44,953 19.1
485 Winnebago, WI $923,245 $48,316 19.1
486 Jim Wells, TX $765,462 $40,088 19.1
487 Hansford, TX $898,900 $47,091 19.1
488 Jasper, MO $658,985 $34,544 19.1
489 Clark, SD $894,849 $46,914 19.1
490 Pike, KY $452,188 $23,712 19.1
491 Yuma, CO $788,670 $41,362 19.1
492 Mobile, AL $693,393 $36,379 19.1
493 Fayette, TN $1,052,147 $55,278 19.0
494 Garfield, OK $1,014,491 $53,308 19.0
495 Jefferson, LA $903,725 $47,529 19.0
496 St Louis City, MO $593,880 $31,239 19.0
497 Warren, NY $775,760 $40,830 19.0
498 Jefferson, TX $824,371 $43,395 19.0
499 Harper, KS $799,425 $42,125 19.0
500 Park, WY $1,110,603 $58,527 19.0
501 Harmon, OK $534,255 $28,177 19.0
502 Chickasaw, MS $505,876 $26,701 18.9
503 Cass, ND $1,303,577 $68,856 18.9
504 Conway, AR $630,205 $33,368 18.9
505 Steuben, NY $600,943 $31,875 18.9
506 Carver, MN $1,678,770 $89,053 18.9
507 De Soto, FL $423,478 $22,477 18.8
508 Otter Tail, MN $795,212 $42,225 18.8
509 Larimer, CO $1,161,138 $61,710 18.8
510 Colorado, TX $895,484 $47,671 18.8
511 Fauquier, VA $1,653,299 $88,067 18.8
512 Evans, GA $498,794 $26,597 18.8
513 Brevard, FL $710,585 $37,936 18.7
514 Fairfax, VA $2,003,697 $106,974 18.7
515 Ada, ID $1,120,559 $59,869 18.7
516 Ware, GA $469,349 $25,078 18.7
517 Gilmer, WV $480,586 $25,681 18.7
518 Franklin, MO $840,274 $44,907 18.7
519 Archuleta, CO $800,058 $42,765 18.7
520 Cumberland, ME $1,094,754 $58,543 18.7
521 Oceana, MI $613,634 $32,818 18.7
522 Mason, TX $742,430 $39,708 18.7
523 Presidio, TX $690,696 $36,943 18.7
524 Washington, TX $987,252 $52,830 18.7
525 Dallas, AL $446,184 $23,887 18.7
526 Ida, IA $914,842 $49,036 18.7
527 Chaves, NM $599,228 $32,135 18.6
528 Stanton, KS $912,588 $48,963 18.6
529 Belmont, OH $728,289 $39,076 18.6
530 Champaign, IL $754,449 $40,512 18.6
531 Clinton, OH $744,060 $39,992 18.6
532 Tuscaloosa, AL $779,019 $41,924 18.6
533 Hudson, NJ $983,652 $52,939 18.6
534 Grand, CO $1,137,110 $61,212 18.6
535 Wasatch, UT $1,271,868 $68,497 18.6
536 Jefferson, FL $520,111 $28,013 18.6
537 Suwannee, FL $428,813 $23,097 18.6
538 Calhoun, SC $552,857 $29,817 18.5
539 Barnstable, MA $1,021,085 $55,080 18.5
540 Goliad, TX $845,406 $45,655 18.5
541 Jones, MS $621,239 $33,562 18.5
542 Winona, MN $793,669 $42,892 18.5
543 Cooke, TX $877,202 $47,424 18.5
544 Hall, NE $983,250 $53,197 18.5
545 Moore, NC $905,380 $49,051 18.5
546 Lincoln, LA $731,182 $39,616 18.5
547 Park, MT $779,433 $42,299 18.4
548 Outagamie, WI $1,055,954 $57,322 18.4
549 Greene, PA $800,250 $43,460 18.4
550 Nash, NC $673,752 $36,594 18.4
551 Placer, CA $1,168,191 $63,472 18.4
552 Rappahannock, VA $1,000,053 $54,340 18.4
553 Coconino, AZ $765,401 $41,639 18.4
554 Cottonwood, MN $742,762 $40,430 18.4
555 Adams, IL $730,647 $39,797 18.4
556 Deaf Smith, TX $663,844 $36,187 18.3
557 Fentress, TN $431,062 $23,522 18.3
558 Summit, OH $873,020 $47,660 18.3
559 Walker, GA $500,473 $27,326 18.3
560 Barnwell, SC $468,940 $25,613 18.3
561 Dallas, IA $1,802,103 $98,592 18.3
562 Dane, WI $1,181,313 $64,632 18.3
563 Woods, OK $1,160,039 $63,476 18.3
564 Monroe, IN $747,811 $40,985 18.2
565 Humphreys, MS $409,939 $22,480 18.2
566 Montezuma, CO $675,427 $37,066 18.2
567 Carteret, NC $727,937 $39,956 18.2
568 Parker, TX $1,234,142 $67,767 18.2
569 Saguache, CO $321,211 $17,638 18.2
570 Walla Walla, WA $746,219 $41,008 18.2
571 El Dorado, CA $1,092,894 $60,087 18.2
572 Oldham, KY $1,589,773 $87,491 18.2
573 Erath, TX $664,036 $36,631 18.1
574 Clinch, GA $423,947 $23,403 18.1
575 Butte, CA $586,235 $32,368 18.1
576 Carson City, NV $675,029 $37,289 18.1
577 Comanche, TX $588,573 $32,542 18.1
578 McKean, PA $611,473 $33,809 18.1
579 McCook, SD $979,078 $54,134 18.1
580 Lafourche, LA $882,045 $48,780 18.1
581 Chatham, NC $1,132,613 $62,638 18.1
582 Christian, KY $579,834 $32,081 18.1
583 Yavapai, AZ $628,147 $34,775 18.1
584 Bristol City, VA $469,010 $25,966 18.1
585 Waller, TX $1,002,952 $55,629 18.0
586 Hall, GA $863,846 $47,933 18.0
587 Keweenaw, MI $551,032 $30,582 18.0
588 Edgecombe, NC $450,721 $25,022 18.0
589 Stark, OH $769,958 $42,771 18.0
590 Mitchell, GA $436,441 $24,245 18.0
591 Alameda, CA $1,273,112 $70,725 18.0
592 Northampton, VA $651,743 $36,215 18.0
593 Allegan, MI $806,783 $44,884 18.0
594 Mahoning, OH $677,020 $37,668 18.0
595 La Paz, AZ $275,371 $15,335 18.0
596 Washington, VA $626,804 $34,914 18.0
597 Colleton, SC $472,907 $26,367 17.9
598 Darlington, SC $493,279 $27,517 17.9
599 Hartford, CT $1,096,064 $61,170 17.9
600 Uvalde, TX $758,093 $42,349 17.9
601 Angelina, TX $675,335 $37,728 17.9
602 Taylor, TX $755,382 $42,223 17.9
603 Sioux, IA $1,120,845 $62,660 17.9
604 Raleigh, WV $563,404 $31,502 17.9
605 Richland, LA $626,021 $35,015 17.9
606 Decatur, GA $465,839 $26,070 17.9
607 Dare, NC $852,385 $47,728 17.9
608 Saginaw, MI $595,034 $33,367 17.8
609 Highlands, FL $407,372 $22,845 17.8
610 Montour, PA $931,871 $52,305 17.8
611 Nicollet, MN $896,713 $50,367 17.8
612 Warren, KY $710,561 $39,943 17.8
613 Portage, OH $843,962 $47,451 17.8
614 Spokane, WA $758,923 $42,681 17.8
615 Pennington, SD $1,031,280 $58,007 17.8
616 Yuma, AZ $512,370 $28,837 17.8
617 Broome, NY $584,723 $32,944 17.7
618 Washington, TN $695,644 $39,207 17.7
619 Stanislaus, CA $697,583 $39,318 17.7
620 Horry, SC $626,440 $35,328 17.7
621 Douglas, CO $1,861,281 $104,980 17.7
622 Bowie, TX $719,749 $40,619 17.7
623 Montgomery, OH $712,094 $40,220 17.7
624 Laclede, MO $530,704 $29,977 17.7
625 Audubon, IA $775,361 $43,798 17.7
626 Jackson, MO $781,934 $44,262 17.7
627 Ouachita, LA $728,665 $41,257 17.7
628 Lea, NM $877,355 $49,697 17.7
629 Washington, MS $473,520 $26,826 17.7
630 New Castle, DE $991,141 $56,210 17.6
631 Kent, RI $964,171 $54,726 17.6
632 Lee, TX $867,529 $49,248 17.6
633 Madison, TX $736,424 $41,818 17.6
634 Alpena, MI $517,333 $29,382 17.6
635 Campbell, KY $885,961 $50,343 17.6
636 Cape May, NJ $782,380 $44,463 17.6
637 Potter, SD $1,023,195 $58,169 17.6
638 Barton, KS $747,186 $42,486 17.6
639 Barton, MO $509,547 $28,979 17.6
640 Pima, AZ $655,662 $37,300 17.6
641 Fond Du Lac, WI $843,333 $48,010 17.6
642 Nacogdoches, TX $593,551 $33,792 17.6
643 Yellowstone, MT $917,893 $52,261 17.6
644 Douglas, MN $829,860 $47,250 17.6
645 Orangeburg, SC $451,403 $25,718 17.6
646 Pleasants, WV $698,232 $39,792 17.5
647 Allen, OH $706,354 $40,268 17.5
648 Saline, KS $832,305 $47,453 17.5
649 Transylvania, NC $617,199 $35,202 17.5
650 Jefferson, IA $694,957 $39,646 17.5
651 Otsego, MI $631,533 $36,046 17.5
652 Chittenden, VT $1,122,754 $64,148 17.5
653 Sunflower, MS $442,401 $25,280 17.5
654 Brooks, GA $391,543 $22,377 17.5
655 Clark, AR $521,309 $29,822 17.5
656 Tripp, SD $687,649 $39,339 17.5
657 Virginia Beach City, VA $1,024,926 $58,709 17.5
658 La Plata, CO $1,023,976 $58,667 17.5
659 McIntosh, GA $439,890 $25,208 17.5
660 Norfolk City, VA $654,943 $37,543 17.4
661 Wabash, IL $634,312 $36,447 17.4
662 Gunnison, CO $837,964 $48,186 17.4
663 Genesee, MI $596,537 $34,305 17.4
664 Washington, OR $1,079,933 $62,157 17.4
665 Pickens, SC $583,779 $33,657 17.3
666 Dauphin, PA $849,941 $49,028 17.3
667 Adair, MO $507,904 $29,312 17.3
668 Terrebonne, LA $836,377 $48,279 17.3
669 Ringgold, IA $652,676 $37,691 17.3
670 Calloway, KY $551,105 $31,833 17.3
671 Alexandria City, VA $1,487,293 $85,946 17.3
672 Frio, TX $671,867 $38,825 17.3
673 Tattnall, GA $441,354 $25,553 17.3
674 Lowndes, MS $570,934 $33,078 17.3
675 Tulare, CA $584,659 $33,878 17.3
676 Kings, CA $615,411 $35,668 17.3
677 Camden, MO $698,772 $40,534 17.2
678 Butler, MO $512,558 $29,745 17.2
679 Fayette, TX $878,428 $50,983 17.2
680 Lancaster, PA $907,486 $52,718 17.2
681 Platte, MO $1,156,415 $67,192 17.2
682 Cape Girardeau, MO $764,902 $44,447 17.2
683 Henrico, VA $1,053,887 $61,240 17.2
684 Hendry, FL $539,941 $31,393 17.2
685 Collin, TX $1,492,520 $86,824 17.2
686 Edmunds, SD $971,644 $56,584 17.2
687 Fairfield, SC $482,661 $28,116 17.2
688 Troup, GA $584,622 $34,061 17.2
689 Armstrong, TX $832,087 $48,494 17.2
690 Delaware, IN $570,992 $33,280 17.2
691 Erie, PA $672,734 $39,215 17.2
692 Decatur, IA $538,456 $31,410 17.1
693 Jackson, IL $504,951 $29,461 17.1
694 Northumberland, VA $723,701 $42,233 17.1
695 Perry, KY $434,618 $25,365 17.1
696 Sussex, DE $779,747 $45,518 17.1
697 Kern, CA $652,544 $38,096 17.1
698 Lucas, OH $684,354 $39,993 17.1
699 Barren, KY $530,264 $31,010 17.1
700 Hampden, MA $688,420 $40,268 17.1
701 Winkler, TX $893,250 $52,257 17.1
702 Wheatland, MT $529,186 $30,972 17.1
703 Cheyenne, NE $920,763 $53,931 17.1
704 Irwin, GA $467,836 $27,412 17.1
705 Shelby, AL $1,086,694 $63,692 17.1
706 Okeechobee, FL $457,343 $26,810 17.1
707 Adams, IN $690,707 $40,496 17.1
708 Adams, NE $861,360 $50,502 17.1
709 Tompkins, NY $668,976 $39,237 17.0
710 Wake, NC $1,166,330 $68,414 17.0
711 Cook, GA $420,605 $24,675 17.0
712 Pope, MN $747,475 $43,852 17.0
713 Marshall, AL $585,894 $34,421 17.0
714 Nelson, ND $769,459 $45,241 17.0
715 Cole, MO $809,969 $47,638 17.0
716 San Luis Obispo, CA $838,000 $49,293 17.0
717 Steuben, IN $710,515 $41,812 17.0
718 Lawrence, SD $909,532 $53,548 17.0
719 Cayuga, NY $569,096 $33,505 17.0
720 Grant, NM $506,422 $29,842 17.0
721 Weston, WY $917,210 $54,074 17.0
722 Granite, MT $581,235 $34,280 17.0
723 Pulaski, KY $487,003 $28,732 17.0
724 Wood, WV $600,866 $35,471 16.9
725 Santa Rosa, FL $694,972 $41,037 16.9
726 Lamar, TX $597,309 $35,287 16.9
727 Hickman, KY $480,950 $28,418 16.9
728 Muskegon, MI $573,394 $33,897 16.9
729 Titus, TX $652,160 $38,556 16.9
730 Fayette, GA $1,247,089 $73,729 16.9
731 St Tammany, LA $1,065,040 $63,032 16.9
732 Athens, OH $536,976 $31,785 16.9
733 McLennan, TX $700,295 $41,468 16.9
734 Clear Creek, CO $950,866 $56,335 16.9
735 Whitley, KY $449,502 $26,639 16.9
736 Cass, MN $607,172 $35,995 16.9
737 Polk, NC $603,112 $35,760 16.9
738 Cullman, AL $581,638 $34,519 16.8
739 Leon, TX $771,548 $45,794 16.8
740 Hart, GA $490,132 $29,098 16.8
741 Lake, FL $613,865 $36,455 16.8
742 Boyle, KY $631,118 $37,487 16.8
743 Berks, PA $843,108 $50,083 16.8
744 Knott, KY $362,092 $21,510 16.8
745 Holt, MO $556,863 $33,099 16.8
746 Washington, UT $751,852 $44,702 16.8
747 Tuscarawas, OH $688,436 $40,950 16.8
748 Merced, CA $561,649 $33,426 16.8
749 Gilchrist, FL $424,852 $25,291 16.8
750 Stevens, MN $817,914 $48,708 16.8
751 Bottineau, ND $962,760 $57,378 16.8
752 Tippecanoe, IN $714,133 $42,594 16.8
753 Harrison, OH $628,586 $37,508 16.8
754 Washington, MN $1,343,789 $80,237 16.7
755 Pike, AL $469,407 $28,041 16.7
756 Arlington, VA $1,618,637 $96,706 16.7
757 Hernando, FL $447,276 $26,729 16.7
758 Knox, ME $714,277 $42,691 16.7
759 Richmond, GA $517,603 $30,993 16.7
760 Panola, MS $502,771 $30,112 16.7
761 Macon, IL $618,479 $37,096 16.7
762 Surry, NC $509,613 $30,619 16.6
763 Hays, TX $1,036,736 $62,310 16.6
764 Union, PA $745,778 $44,823 16.6
765 Pickens, GA $785,145 $47,197 16.6
766 Harrison, WV $693,178 $41,680 16.6
767 Habersham, GA $589,592 $35,484 16.6
768 Yolo, CA $801,772 $48,314 16.6
769 Martin, MN $685,808 $41,352 16.6
770 Hood River, OR $875,288 $52,795 16.6
771 Dickinson, MI $597,759 $36,060 16.6
772 Gilmer, GA $521,256 $31,468 16.6
773 Isabella, MI $542,090 $32,749 16.6
774 Bradley, AR $437,872 $26,454 16.6
775 Pasco, FL $552,933 $33,421 16.5
776 Kootenai, ID $828,537 $50,084 16.5
777 Real, TX $660,971 $39,955 16.5
778 Shelby, KY $880,320 $53,216 16.5
779 Tallahatchie, MS $405,163 $24,497 16.5
780 Kane, IL $1,041,356 $62,971 16.5
781 Lipscomb, TX $852,261 $51,538 16.5
782 Baldwin, AL $821,411 $49,677 16.5
783 Wayne, IN $556,617 $33,663 16.5
784 Jackson, MN $724,879 $43,900 16.5
785 Ravalli, MT $670,941 $40,636 16.5
786 Braxton, WV $443,380 $26,866 16.5
787 Pierce, GA $519,791 $31,503 16.5
788 Tensas, LA $446,446 $27,061 16.5
789 Middlesex, CT $1,131,298 $68,619 16.5
790 Lexington, SC $695,810 $42,231 16.5
791 Jackson, NC $484,858 $29,431 16.5
792 Sawyer, WI $622,867 $37,815 16.5
793 Bandera, TX $725,219 $44,041 16.5
794 Harris, GA $846,833 $51,433 16.5
795 Delaware, OH $1,586,937 $96,400 16.5
796 Burleigh, ND $1,273,383 $77,358 16.5
797 Mendocino, CA $529,266 $32,170 16.5
798 Berkeley, SC $712,348 $43,304 16.4
799 Taos, NM $502,933 $30,574 16.4
800 Jo Daviess, IL $692,651 $42,127 16.4
801 Kossuth, IA $820,584 $49,923 16.4
802 Tallapoosa, AL $522,535 $31,793 16.4
803 Houston, TX $520,060 $31,646 16.4
804 Jefferson, NE $693,904 $42,229 16.4
805 Mohave, AZ $418,661 $25,496 16.4
806 Humboldt, CA $489,164 $29,820 16.4
807 Mora, NM $415,904 $25,355 16.4
808 Mono, CA $679,742 $41,443 16.4
809 Morgan, UT $1,298,956 $79,204 16.4
810 Fallon, MT $926,504 $56,538 16.4
811 Crook, WY $945,636 $57,726 16.4
812 St Louis, MN $682,952 $41,698 16.4
813 Lemhi, ID $487,337 $29,761 16.4
814 Walworth, SD $784,046 $47,883 16.4
815 Hardee, FL $461,834 $28,208 16.4
816 McIntosh, ND $709,612 $43,343 16.4
817 Rio Grande, CO $612,782 $37,432 16.4
818 Rawlins, KS $666,666 $40,773 16.4
819 Fredericksburg City, VA $892,769 $54,626 16.3
820 Sumter, SC $480,157 $29,392 16.3
821 Obrien, IA $794,521 $48,666 16.3
822 Rapides, LA $713,456 $43,724 16.3
823 Windsor, VT $802,287 $49,174 16.3
824 Ward, TX $857,148 $52,539 16.3
825 White, AR $568,031 $34,833 16.3
826 Iberia, LA $678,494 $41,636 16.3
827 Grundy, MO $493,916 $30,321 16.3
828 Oconee, SC $575,928 $35,394 16.3
829 Brookings, SD $860,958 $52,984 16.2
830 Mississippi, MO $439,965 $27,084 16.2
831 Clay, AL $465,052 $28,634 16.2
832 Grayson, TX $688,692 $42,443 16.2
833 Falls Church City, VA $1,888,438 $116,432 16.2
834 Bartholomew, IN $892,349 $55,035 16.2
835 St Clair, IL $678,077 $41,833 16.2
836 Doddridge, WV $605,058 $37,334 16.2
837 Miami, OH $770,598 $47,553 16.2
838 Hidalgo, TX $566,283 $34,967 16.2
839 Atascosa, TX $747,229 $46,149 16.2
840 Bolivar, MS $485,565 $29,995 16.2
841 Gilpin, CO $737,375 $45,554 16.2
842 Franklin, IA $748,416 $46,253 16.2
843 Knox, OH $662,403 $40,939 16.2
844 Bryan, OK $615,855 $38,082 16.2
845 Winston, AL $451,127 $27,905 16.2
846 Halifax, NC $411,767 $25,476 16.2
847 Dutchess, NY $889,286 $55,023 16.2
848 Yankton, SD $858,609 $53,139 16.2
849 Kandiyohi, MN $753,513 $46,655 16.2
850 Davison, SD $782,607 $48,473 16.1
851 Calcasieu, LA $769,902 $47,688 16.1
852 Randolph, MO $609,559 $37,764 16.1
853 Sullivan, TN $587,619 $36,429 16.1
854 Essex, NY $544,897 $33,783 16.1
855 Grand Forks, ND $937,277 $58,121 16.1
856 Holt, NE $731,448 $45,373 16.1
857 Baylor, TX $444,515 $27,574 16.1
858 Skagit, WA $784,342 $48,671 16.1
859 Menominee, MI $481,286 $29,866 16.1
860 Sumter, GA $414,245 $25,706 16.1
861 Toombs, GA $446,222 $27,693 16.1
862 Lee, AL $633,420 $39,311 16.1
863 Oneida, NY $541,712 $33,630 16.1
864 Tazewell, VA $471,326 $29,263 16.1
865 Durham, NC $791,765 $49,165 16.1
866 Mountrail, ND $1,752,397 $108,927 16.1
867 Beaverhead, MT $579,058 $35,997 16.1
868 Manitowoc, WI $705,224 $43,847 16.1
869 Talbot, GA $382,292 $23,780 16.1
870 Walker, TX $598,991 $37,347 16.0
871 Buffalo, NE $908,614 $56,667 16.0
872 Rockingham, NH $1,264,964 $78,899 16.0
873 Fulton, IN $615,633 $38,402 16.0
874 Williams, ND $1,781,267 $111,115 16.0
875 Twin Falls, ID $685,929 $42,792 16.0
876 Washington, VT $827,538 $51,682 16.0
877 Barron, WI $652,168 $40,743 16.0
878 Hamlin, SD $906,481 $56,645 16.0
879 Wilson, NC $533,438 $33,359 16.0
880 McDowell, NC $475,008 $29,710 16.0
881 Sangamon, IL $757,708 $47,394 16.0
882 Rice, MN $838,233 $52,442 16.0
883 Obion, TN $507,813 $31,778 16.0
884 Fremont, WY $772,041 $48,340 16.0
885 Bibb, AL $561,725 $35,180 16.0
886 Baker, GA $363,532 $22,780 16.0
887 Lackawanna, PA $652,151 $40,871 16.0
888 Chicot, AR $382,703 $24,003 15.9
889 Hood, TX $867,850 $54,443 15.9
890 Pipestone, MN $619,536 $38,868 15.9
891 Warren, PA $557,462 $35,006 15.9
892 San Jacinto, TX $592,090 $37,181 15.9
893 Bartow, GA $613,059 $38,505 15.9
894 Wayne, OH $705,919 $44,339 15.9
895 Beadle, SD $733,144 $46,073 15.9
896 Douglas, OR $482,005 $30,313 15.9
897 Wheeler, TX $655,050 $41,203 15.9
898 Hawaii, HI $670,318 $42,172 15.9
899 Colbert, AL $550,473 $34,646 15.9
900 Erie, OH $673,524 $42,401 15.9
901 Jefferson, IN $619,580 $39,019 15.9
902 Shelby, TX $525,159 $33,074 15.9
903 Bureau, IL $621,673 $39,153 15.9
904 Sheboygan, WI $786,099 $49,514 15.9
905 Guernsey, OH $566,971 $35,716 15.9
906 Chickasaw, IA $732,288 $46,150 15.9
907 Madison, MO $462,372 $29,157 15.9
908 Etowah, AL $491,479 $31,001 15.9
909 Archer, TX $771,967 $48,695 15.9
910 Thurston, NE $727,234 $45,938 15.8
911 Brewster, TX $592,691 $37,467 15.8
912 Buchanan, VA $374,476 $23,687 15.8
913 Cascade, MT $646,310 $40,892 15.8
914 Benton, OR $735,350 $46,531 15.8
915 Polk, IA $1,021,991 $64,672 15.8
916 Grimes, TX $687,743 $43,539 15.8
917 Miller, AR $521,163 $33,030 15.8
918 Ector, TX $829,506 $52,590 15.8
919 Webb, TX $664,771 $42,150 15.8
920 Ritchie, WV $508,088 $32,217 15.8
921 Winston, MS $404,603 $25,666 15.8
922 Freeborn, MN $614,743 $39,057 15.7
923 Centre, PA $699,749 $44,476 15.7
924 Sutter, CA $594,388 $37,781 15.7
925 Antelope, NE $695,466 $44,229 15.7
926 Green, WI $792,626 $50,443 15.7
927 Lavaca, TX $802,946 $51,107 15.7
928 Bowman, ND $1,064,235 $67,810 15.7
929 Lancaster, VA $771,894 $49,211 15.7
930 Tyler, WV $576,064 $36,726 15.7
931 Franklin, NY $447,644 $28,540 15.7
932 Loudon, TN $825,982 $52,666 15.7
933 Sitka, AK $952,552 $60,763 15.7
934 Telfair, GA $256,773 $16,381 15.7
935 Providence, RI $701,328 $44,746 15.7
936 Lancaster, NE $915,360 $58,406 15.7
937 Kay, OK $690,991 $44,097 15.7
938 Lee, KY $288,437 $18,414 15.7
939 Jefferson, IL $515,006 $32,890 15.7
940 Grand Isle, VT $880,051 $56,245 15.6
941 Adams, PA $801,702 $51,297 15.6
942 Randall, TX $838,978 $53,690 15.6
943 Kleberg, TX $598,602 $38,314 15.6
944 Shasta, CA $514,876 $32,965 15.6
945 Hardin, IA $746,371 $47,806 15.6
946 Hopkins, KY $548,794 $35,155 15.6
947 Pike, MS $463,285 $29,682 15.6
948 Kitsap, WA $863,960 $55,359 15.6
949 Marshall, WV $595,410 $38,159 15.6
950 Clarke, AL $510,887 $32,746 15.6
951 Worcester, MA $862,471 $55,317 15.6
952 Lancaster, SC $695,704 $44,629 15.6
953 Bladen, NC $363,061 $23,306 15.6
954 Lyman, SD $666,157 $42,765 15.6
955 Northumberland, PA $529,905 $34,028 15.6
956 Greenbrier, WV $461,947 $29,709 15.5
957 Red River, TX $431,058 $27,730 15.5
958 Yamhill, OR $737,918 $47,494 15.5
959 Ashe, NC $404,166 $26,027 15.5
960 Racine, WI $795,804 $51,256 15.5
961 Daviess, KY $636,647 $41,014 15.5
962 Prowers, CO $456,490 $29,423 15.5
963 Avery, NC $431,985 $27,874 15.5
964 Missaukee, MI $460,641 $29,736 15.5
965 Sevier, TN $566,814 $36,611 15.5
966 Grenada, MS $547,535 $35,395 15.5
967 Lehigh, PA $832,230 $53,809 15.5
968 Covington, AL $469,813 $30,381 15.5
969 Lincoln, NC $716,416 $46,367 15.5
970 Catron, NM $390,604 $25,283 15.4
971 Allegany, NY $422,565 $27,355 15.4
972 Cuming, NE $853,735 $55,273 15.4
973 Bamberg, SC $318,357 $20,613 15.4
974 Greenwood, SC $479,510 $31,057 15.4
975 Galveston, TX $993,289 $64,336 15.4
976 Sumner, TN $879,751 $56,996 15.4
977 Butler, PA $904,553 $58,681 15.4
978 Henderson, TX $546,224 $35,442 15.4
979 Scott, IA $906,995 $58,861 15.4
980 Franklin, AL $430,809 $27,967 15.4
981 Camden, NJ $788,821 $51,253 15.4
982 Pamlico, NC $554,442 $36,026 15.4
983 Clay, IA $758,449 $49,291 15.4
984 Bond, IL $566,881 $36,843 15.4
985 Wood, WI $660,424 $42,934 15.4
986 El Paso, TX $597,904 $38,903 15.4
987 Grant, WA $635,631 $41,372 15.4
988 Washington, RI $982,742 $63,994 15.4
989 Carroll, MS $531,734 $34,642 15.3
990 Lake, MI $368,708 $24,023 15.3
991 Tippah, MS $425,305 $27,719 15.3
992 Dekalb, TN $508,298 $33,134 15.3
993 Montgomery, VA $624,012 $40,689 15.3
994 Cherokee, TX $535,198 $34,902 15.3
995 Sampson, NC $474,466 $30,944 15.3
996 Stephens, OK $702,823 $45,839 15.3
997 Bradley, TN $604,410 $39,421 15.3
998 Johnson, IA $946,244 $61,745 15.3
999 Bernalillo, NM $639,446 $41,749 15.3
1000 Mason, MI $499,104 $32,594 15.3
1001 Carter, OK $781,566 $51,058 15.3
1002 Tipton, IN $674,994 $44,105 15.3
1003 Schuylkill, PA $574,456 $37,565 15.3
1004 Mesa, CO $667,500 $43,664 15.3
1005 De Kalb, IN $661,121 $43,263 15.3
1006 Custer, CO $611,587 $40,028 15.3
1007 Buchanan, MO $593,813 $38,888 15.3
1008 Gordon, GA $506,019 $33,143 15.3
1009 Codington, SD $782,367 $51,257 15.3
1010 Montague, TX $569,904 $37,369 15.3
1011 Comal, TX $1,160,464 $76,094 15.3
1012 Island, WA $758,079 $49,711 15.2
1013 Jasper, TX $619,827 $40,696 15.2
1014 Riley, KS $665,831 $43,723 15.2
1015 Jeff Davis, GA $375,672 $24,676 15.2
1016 James City, VA $1,193,192 $78,393 15.2
1017 Kittitas, WA $595,372 $39,120 15.2
1018 Clay, AR $391,105 $25,704 15.2
1019 Linn, IA $921,156 $60,562 15.2
1020 Bedford, TN $577,712 $37,987 15.2
1021 Davie, NC $721,398 $47,466 15.2
1022 Weakley, TN $431,509 $28,393 15.2
1023 Lincoln, ME $645,997 $42,517 15.2
1024 Hancock, GA $364,744 $24,017 15.2
1025 Cassia, ID $635,890 $41,929 15.2
1026 Crisp, GA $358,437 $23,639 15.2
1027 Sharkey, MS $369,948 $24,399 15.2
1028 Amador, CA $624,058 $41,193 15.1
1029 Renville, MN $667,435 $44,075 15.1
1030 Scott, MN $1,248,176 $82,431 15.1
1031 Johnson, KY $404,066 $26,695 15.1
1032 Knox, IL $508,252 $33,594 15.1
1033 Drew, AR $492,429 $32,565 15.1
1034 Pike, GA $672,780 $44,494 15.1
1035 Pettis, MO $516,778 $34,185 15.1
1036 Hamblen, TN $511,013 $33,838 15.1
1037 Harrison, MS $534,476 $35,400 15.1
1038 Jefferson, CO $1,052,369 $69,703 15.1
1039 Stanly, NC $518,193 $34,334 15.1
1040 McHenry, IL $979,287 $64,888 15.1
1041 Westmoreland, PA $712,041 $47,208 15.1
1042 Christian, MO $700,600 $46,462 15.1
1043 Lincoln, OR $490,689 $32,556 15.1
1044 Allen, KS $567,531 $37,660 15.1
1045 Radford, VA $468,579 $31,126 15.1
1046 St Mary, LA $582,072 $38,685 15.0
1047 Lake, MT $477,909 $31,772 15.0
1048 Marshall, KS $694,712 $46,235 15.0
1049 Vigo, IN $553,732 $36,867 15.0
1050 Limestone, TX $520,966 $34,691 15.0
1051 Marion, OR $624,826 $41,612 15.0
1052 Penobscot, ME $552,468 $36,801 15.0
1053 Knox, TX $465,509 $31,016 15.0
1054 Clinton, MI $759,073 $50,607 15.0
1055 Branch, MI $508,527 $33,906 15.0
1056 Butler, AL $404,218 $26,955 15.0
1057 Lander, NV $691,080 $46,126 15.0
1058 Lexington City, VA $1,023,445 $68,335 15.0
1059 Ogemaw, MI $360,360 $24,071 15.0
1060 Marshall, IN $647,503 $43,258 15.0
1061 Howard, TX $691,487 $46,221 15.0
1062 Craven, NC $590,122 $39,479 14.9
1063 Wilcox, AL $410,101 $27,444 14.9
1064 Bayfield, WI $603,011 $40,370 14.9
1065 Burlington, NJ $954,561 $63,936 14.9
1066 Grayson, VA $368,837 $24,705 14.9
1067 Boyd, KY $514,949 $34,493 14.9
1068 Mecosta, MI $467,987 $31,365 14.9
1069 Denton, TX $1,141,109 $76,485 14.9
1070 Stone, AR $349,218 $23,408 14.9
1071 Orange, NY $841,318 $56,424 14.9
1072 Langlade, WI $515,524 $34,575 14.9
1073 Daviess, IN $627,889 $42,112 14.9
1074 Hill, TX $538,825 $36,140 14.9
1075 Becker, MN $630,628 $42,325 14.9
1076 Fort Bend, TX $1,451,294 $97,418 14.9
1077 Coos, OR $452,351 $30,372 14.9
1078 Caldwell, NC $452,500 $30,397 14.9
1079 Fannin, GA $454,162 $30,511 14.9
1080 Reno, KS $659,957 $44,356 14.9
1081 Newaygo, MI $488,317 $32,823 14.9
1082 Bedford, VA $741,038 $49,812 14.9
1083 Madison, VA $716,954 $48,211 14.9
1084 Cumberland, TN $514,643 $34,622 14.9
1085 Cattaraugus, NY $427,167 $28,740 14.9
1086 Winnebago, IL $579,769 $39,020 14.9
1087 Bosque, TX $544,799 $36,669 14.9
1088 Delta, MI $500,879 $33,716 14.9
1089 Lee, GA $749,782 $50,482 14.9
1090 Windham, VT $627,010 $42,221 14.9
1091 Dyer, TN $495,007 $33,356 14.8
1092 Bacon, GA $410,094 $27,637 14.8
1093 Chemung, NY $497,393 $33,566 14.8
1094 Garfield, NE $490,508 $33,106 14.8
1095 Dona Ana, NM $500,274 $33,781 14.8
1096 Portage, WI $708,472 $47,842 14.8
1097 Kearney, NE $795,749 $53,773 14.8
1098 Kingfisher, OK $1,003,269 $67,803 14.8
1099 Stewart, GA $298,836 $20,197 14.8
1100 Union, NM $452,376 $30,587 14.8
1101 Anderson, TX $549,123 $37,155 14.8
1102 Des Moines, IA $675,085 $45,691 14.8
1103 Webster, LA $502,812 $34,033 14.8
1104 Haines, AK $654,763 $44,324 14.8
1105 Stevens, WA $491,512 $33,284 14.8
1106 Natchitoches, LA $528,064 $35,770 14.8
1107 Olmsted, MN $935,523 $63,375 14.8
1108 Merrimack, NH $880,981 $59,704 14.8
1109 Gaston, NC $593,767 $40,239 14.8
1110 Marion, MO $542,507 $36,777 14.8
1111 Jasper, MS $405,786 $27,513 14.7
1112 Jackson, MI $548,437 $37,187 14.7
1113 Foster, ND $916,260 $62,184 14.7
1114 West Feliciana, LA $806,431 $54,776 14.7
1115 Hyde, NC $401,608 $27,283 14.7
1116 Franklin, GA $409,270 $27,814 14.7
1117 Sheridan, KS $663,166 $45,089 14.7
1118 Floyd, KY $341,622 $23,252 14.7
1119 Nelson, VA $672,092 $45,748 14.7
1120 Calhoun, GA $359,088 $24,483 14.7
1121 Grady, GA $405,340 $27,672 14.6
1122 Alamance, NC $551,688 $37,673 14.6
1123 Crockett, TN $484,182 $33,064 14.6
1124 Bradford, FL $397,014 $27,132 14.6
1125 Cedar, MO $350,870 $23,983 14.6
1126 Burke, GA $457,171 $31,250 14.6
1127 Marengo, AL $444,248 $30,379 14.6
1128 Highland, VA $468,089 $32,016 14.6
1129 Warren, OH $1,105,729 $75,630 14.6
1130 Delaware, NY $404,532 $27,676 14.6
1131 Gwinnett, GA $779,155 $53,357 14.6
1132 Black Hawk, IA $713,077 $48,837 14.6
1133 Washington, WI $934,590 $64,018 14.6
1134 Gadsden, FL $358,755 $24,576 14.6
1135 Patrick, VA $383,736 $26,307 14.6
1136 Boone, AR $473,809 $32,489 14.6
1137 Humboldt, IA $705,125 $48,354 14.6
1138 Calaveras, CA $559,774 $38,388 14.6
1139 Saline, IL $462,407 $31,713 14.6
1140 Douglas, KS $801,414 $54,968 14.6
1141 Payne, OK $658,977 $45,202 14.6
1142 Geneva, AL $384,292 $26,363 14.6
1143 Siskiyou, CA $370,425 $25,419 14.6
1144 Ozark, MO $295,528 $20,282 14.6
1145 Henry, IL $632,520 $43,416 14.6
1146 Hockley, TX $608,603 $41,775 14.6
1147 New London, CT $822,069 $56,443 14.6
1148 Randolph, NC $493,128 $33,870 14.6
1149 Levy, FL $344,195 $23,642 14.6
1150 Crow Wing, MN $602,860 $41,416 14.6
1151 Independence, AR $487,081 $33,470 14.6
1152 Hampshire, MA $729,464 $50,134 14.6
1153 Hand, SD $754,351 $51,850 14.5
1154 Clarke, VA $1,001,042 $68,859 14.5
1155 Todd, KY $467,944 $32,207 14.5
1156 Arenac, MI $426,356 $29,358 14.5
1157 Ulster, NY $615,521 $42,385 14.5
1158 Smith, MS $423,266 $29,148 14.5
1159 Rock Island, IL $565,618 $38,951 14.5
1160 Yazoo, MS $423,136 $29,143 14.5
1161 Gila, AZ $418,248 $28,818 14.5
1162 Okanogan, WA $450,227 $31,041 14.5
1163 Montgomery, MS $391,482 $27,000 14.5
1164 Macon, GA $308,780 $21,303 14.5
1165 Crenshaw, AL $437,345 $30,178 14.5
1166 Marion, MS $437,062 $30,164 14.5
1167 Hardin, TN $470,214 $32,457 14.5
1168 Colfax, NM $390,357 $26,947 14.5
1169 Jackson, WI $571,185 $39,430 14.5
1170 Taylor, KY $422,107 $29,141 14.5
1171 Cameron, TX $493,317 $34,094 14.5
1172 St Croix, WI $1,006,437 $69,586 14.5
1173 Pembina, ND $822,775 $56,893 14.5
1174 Harrison, TX $633,004 $43,787 14.5
1175 Milam, TX $513,916 $35,562 14.5
1176 Hancock, ME $581,509 $40,259 14.4
1177 Benton, MO $366,603 $25,384 14.4
1178 Hamilton, NE $916,814 $63,522 14.4
1179 De Kalb, AL $411,782 $28,536 14.4
1180 Iron, WI $463,136 $32,097 14.4
1181 Anderson, SC $496,794 $34,446 14.4
1182 Kankakee, IL $596,682 $41,373 14.4
1183 Brunswick, NC $648,989 $45,002 14.4
1184 Gray, TX $587,249 $40,728 14.4
1185 Washington, CO $480,053 $33,303 14.4
1186 Northampton, PA $811,632 $56,356 14.4
1187 Lawrence, KY $394,089 $27,369 14.4
1188 Jefferson, NY $448,726 $31,166 14.4
1189 Douglas, SD $652,273 $45,319 14.4
1190 Dawson, TX $582,112 $40,464 14.4
1191 Atlantic, NJ $613,035 $42,675 14.4
1192 Columbia, WI $771,444 $53,707 14.4
1193 Noxubee, MS $344,953 $24,026 14.4
1194 Dakota, MN $997,059 $69,466 14.4
1195 Putnam, OH $735,313 $51,244 14.3
1196 Campbell, TN $374,193 $26,084 14.3
1197 Osceola, FL $527,691 $36,788 14.3
1198 Saluda, SC $448,081 $31,241 14.3
1199 Tangipahoa, LA $545,976 $38,085 14.3
1200 Delaware, OK $494,853 $34,537 14.3
1201 Greene, AR $486,407 $33,949 14.3
1202 Iroquois, IL $527,997 $36,856 14.3
1203 Lincoln, WY $854,918 $59,723 14.3
1204 Carroll, IA $773,091 $54,020 14.3
1205 Lanier, GA $294,323 $20,569 14.3
1206 Lincoln, MS $499,831 $34,940 14.3
1207 Madison, NE $741,964 $51,882 14.3
1208 Shelby, OH $648,860 $45,387 14.3
1209 Stephenson, IL $501,752 $35,098 14.3
1210 Tuolumne, CA $491,878 $34,434 14.3
1211 Mississippi, AR $407,482 $28,542 14.3
1212 Livingston, MO $490,700 $34,374 14.3
1213 Harrisonburg City, VA $468,563 $32,850 14.3
1214 Newton, IN $601,225 $42,161 14.3
1215 Columbus, NC $363,860 $25,521 14.3
1216 Pueblo, CO $524,019 $36,792 14.2
1217 Rockwall, TX $1,237,318 $86,908 14.2
1218 Rogers, OK $898,820 $63,155 14.2
1219 Green Lake, WI $590,192 $41,488 14.2
1220 Kalkaska, MI $422,634 $29,729 14.2
1221 Phillips, AR $308,117 $21,675 14.2
1222 Maui, HI $732,197 $51,518 14.2
1223 Wilkinson, MS $386,789 $27,219 14.2
1224 Nicholas, WV $385,932 $27,164 14.2
1225 Davidson, NC $517,878 $36,464 14.2
1226 Clay, NC $404,737 $28,507 14.2
1227 Madison, IL $618,479 $43,588 14.2
1228 Mclean, IL $740,609 $52,201 14.2
1229 York, SC $686,603 $48,418 14.2
1230 Crawford, PA $490,212 $34,584 14.2
1231 Oscoda, MI $316,198 $22,310 14.2
1232 Jefferson, PA $491,692 $34,700 14.2
1233 Cleveland, NC $462,347 $32,645 14.2
1234 Bristol, MA $677,544 $47,845 14.2
1235 Scotland, NC $383,846 $27,113 14.2
1236 Blount, TN $637,822 $45,055 14.2
1237 White, IL $477,906 $33,785 14.1
1238 Greenup, KY $520,440 $36,793 14.1
1239 Jones, NC $403,962 $28,566 14.1
1240 Lewis, WV $545,937 $38,608 14.1
1241 Pacific, WA $450,337 $31,850 14.1
1242 Lawrence, MO $456,151 $32,272 14.1
1243 Woodford, KY $740,825 $52,417 14.1
1244 Roanoke, VA $764,911 $54,121 14.1
1245 Phelps, MO $488,896 $34,593 14.1
1246 Turner, GA $365,156 $25,841 14.1
1247 Dundy, NE $554,517 $39,243 14.1
1248 Rowan, NC $520,679 $36,859 14.1
1249 Trigg, KY $433,271 $30,685 14.1
1250 Van Buren, MI $522,852 $37,045 14.1
1251 Knox, KY $306,833 $21,773 14.1
1252 Polk, MO $427,939 $30,387 14.1
1253 Wexford, MI $449,795 $31,940 14.1
1254 Putnam, NY $1,052,442 $74,760 14.1
1255 Stark, IL $525,836 $37,355 14.1
1256 Washington, OH $564,264 $40,090 14.1
1257 Quitman, MS $255,513 $18,157 14.1
1258 Mahaska, IA $608,292 $43,255 14.1
1259 Shannon, MO $289,655 $20,600 14.1
1260 Falls, TX $476,718 $33,911 14.1
1261 Laurens, GA $440,029 $31,302 14.1
1262 Haskell, TX $377,857 $26,881 14.1
1263 Mercer, WV $375,677 $26,728 14.1
1264 Elk, PA $567,186 $40,380 14.0
1265 Jackson, AL $438,396 $31,219 14.0
1266 Stone, MO $477,493 $34,016 14.0
1267 Hale, TX $450,703 $32,111 14.0
1268 Anchorage, AK $1,129,736 $80,530 14.0
1269 Salem City, VA $635,059 $45,275 14.0
1270 Albany, WY $605,043 $43,184 14.0
1271 Luzerne, PA $559,385 $39,930 14.0
1272 St Joseph, MI $485,969 $34,706 14.0
1273 Madison, AL $756,990 $54,114 14.0
1274 Lyon, MN $655,599 $46,878 14.0
1275 Bell, TX $610,439 $43,677 14.0
1276 Wood, TX $543,958 $38,931 14.0
1277 Crosby, TX $411,798 $29,485 14.0
1278 Calhoun, FL $325,175 $23,317 13.9
1279 Mason, KY $509,070 $36,539 13.9
1280 Wicomico, MD $550,611 $39,530 13.9
1281 Crockett, TX $588,865 $42,279 13.9
1282 Pierce, WA $734,435 $52,731 13.9
1283 Runnels, TX $535,929 $38,487 13.9
1284 Upson, GA $380,055 $27,298 13.9
1285 Hopkins, TX $515,093 $37,006 13.9
1286 Malheur, OR $379,898 $27,294 13.9
1287 Franklin, MA $554,967 $39,879 13.9
1288 Bradford, PA $556,748 $40,017 13.9
1289 Sheridan, MT $652,487 $46,902 13.9
1290 Livingston, MI $895,139 $64,354 13.9
1291 Clarke, MS $439,860 $31,631 13.9
1292 Chaffee, CO $640,646 $46,083 13.9
1293 Dodge, NE $662,460 $47,682 13.9
1294 Clinton, MO $633,597 $45,619 13.9
1295 Uintah, UT $658,299 $47,404 13.9
1296 Roger Mills, OK $914,186 $65,843 13.9
1297 Marshall, MN $576,064 $41,499 13.9
1298 Jefferson, ID $685,660 $49,428 13.9
1299 Henderson, KY $510,280 $36,793 13.9
1300 Oktibbeha, MS $465,752 $33,590 13.9
1301 Swisher, TX $436,101 $31,473 13.9
1302 Tillamook, OR $513,649 $37,074 13.9
1303 Wilson, KS $508,838 $36,727 13.9
1304 Houston, MN $623,689 $45,019 13.9
1305 York, PA $718,670 $51,892 13.8
1306 Webster, MO $497,774 $35,942 13.8
1307 Lapeer, MI $613,013 $44,268 13.8
1308 Oglethorpe, GA $428,125 $30,917 13.8
1309 Perry, TN $374,841 $27,075 13.8
1310 Phelps, NE $801,798 $57,929 13.8
1311 Somervell, TX $655,001 $47,349 13.8
1312 Mercer, PA $513,484 $37,139 13.8
1313 Attala, MS $374,660 $27,102 13.8
1314 Duchesne, UT $595,530 $43,088 13.8
1315 Elbert, GA $356,082 $25,764 13.8
1316 Desha, AR $367,920 $26,623 13.8
1317 Lee, IA $578,088 $41,843 13.8
1318 Inyo, CA $477,537 $34,566 13.8
1319 Williamson, IL $505,824 $36,615 13.8
1320 Ocean, NJ $689,308 $49,912 13.8
1321 Whitley, IN $638,301 $46,224 13.8
1322 Porter, IN $832,716 $60,310 13.8
1323 Mathews, VA $641,632 $46,481 13.8
1324 Butler, KS $836,863 $60,625 13.8
1325 Letcher, KY $288,012 $20,866 13.8
1326 Franklin, IN $641,877 $46,535 13.8
1327 Casey, KY $295,854 $21,455 13.8
1328 De Kalb, IL $619,371 $44,920 13.8
1329 Lake, CA $332,484 $24,122 13.8
1330 Fulton, KY $309,253 $22,440 13.8
1331 Morgan, AL $532,829 $38,677 13.8
1332 Mason, IL $448,801 $32,590 13.8
1333 Hubbard, MN $506,730 $36,800 13.8
1334 Lake, OH $709,223 $51,532 13.8
1335 Osage, OK $583,084 $42,372 13.8
1336 Marquette, WI $531,182 $38,605 13.8
1337 Clayton, IA $586,651 $42,657 13.8
1338 Rockbridge, VA $548,577 $39,905 13.7
1339 McCulloch, TX $480,910 $34,984 13.7
1340 Wyandot, OH $545,396 $39,675 13.7
1341 Sacramento, CA $610,211 $44,396 13.7
1342 Clay, NE $673,460 $49,046 13.7
1343 Stutsman, ND $766,766 $55,847 13.7
1344 Muskingum, OH $498,692 $36,327 13.7
1345 San Joaquin, CA $607,746 $44,276 13.7
1346 Kanabec, MN $518,341 $37,778 13.7
1347 Fergus, MT $542,855 $39,565 13.7
1348 Dillon, SC $293,830 $21,419 13.7
1349 Morgan, IL $516,284 $37,637 13.7
1350 Susquehanna, PA $552,871 $40,327 13.7
1351 Putnam, WV $681,274 $49,695 13.7
1352 Anne Arundel, MD $1,026,232 $74,904 13.7
1353 Marion, AL $317,450 $23,171 13.7
1354 Ben Hill, GA $334,428 $24,420 13.7
1355 Richland, OH $500,458 $36,547 13.7
1356 Ashland, OH $534,894 $39,069 13.7
1357 Madison, ID $514,388 $37,596 13.7
1358 Escambia, AL $419,818 $30,703 13.7
1359 Lawrence, AR $349,971 $25,599 13.7
1360 Early, GA $349,657 $25,576 13.7
1361 Johnson, WY $753,011 $55,097 13.7
1362 Chautauqua, NY $381,682 $27,935 13.7
1363 Licking, OH $676,062 $49,488 13.7
1364 Wilkin, MN $607,122 $44,444 13.7
1365 Franklin, WA $653,273 $47,838 13.7
1366 Burke, NC $428,941 $31,413 13.7
1367 Brown, MN $605,803 $44,367 13.7
1368 Franklin, VA $502,581 $36,814 13.7
1369 Mecklenburg, VA $450,239 $32,990 13.6
1370 Oregon, MO $287,589 $21,073 13.6
1371 Spink, SD $721,037 $52,845 13.6
1372 Sevier, UT $483,848 $35,469 13.6
1373 Lincoln, MT $384,960 $28,227 13.6
1374 McPherson, KS $734,899 $53,887 13.6
1375 Jack, TX $540,074 $39,609 13.6
1376 Passaic, NJ $745,406 $54,671 13.6
1377 Otsego, NY $448,492 $32,908 13.6
1378 Pittsburg, OK $532,686 $39,095 13.6
1379 Scurry, TX $644,754 $47,349 13.6
1380 Sutton, TX $681,478 $50,061 13.6
1381 Peach, GA $455,076 $33,449 13.6
1382 Coosa, AL $336,110 $24,712 13.6
1383 Jeff Davis, TX $496,898 $36,534 13.6
1384 Floyd, TX $417,482 $30,697 13.6
1385 Chippewa, WI $623,132 $45,823 13.6
1386 St Francois, MO $420,799 $30,964 13.6
1387 Grundy, IL $778,352 $57,280 13.6
1388 Shawnee, KS $688,042 $50,649 13.6
1389 Overton, TN $373,576 $27,518 13.6
1390 Yates, NY $424,140 $31,245 13.6
1391 Montgomery, KY $468,322 $34,509 13.6
1392 La Porte, IN $560,394 $41,299 13.6
1393 Wharton, TX $625,829 $46,134 13.6
1394 Putnam, FL $295,599 $21,798 13.6
1395 Lee, SC $310,655 $22,910 13.6
1396 Beckham, OK $767,033 $56,571 13.6
1397 Howard, MD $1,293,686 $95,435 13.6
1398 Harrison, MO $369,862 $27,285 13.6
1399 Conecuh, AL $309,117 $22,814 13.5
1400 Caldwell, MO $451,293 $33,314 13.5
1401 Houghton, MI $420,478 $31,045 13.5
1402 Dunklin, MO $325,793 $24,068 13.5
1403 Richmond, NY $730,093 $53,943 13.5
1404 Claiborne, LA $412,670 $30,501 13.5
1405 Morgan, KY $310,604 $22,958 13.5
1406 Greene, OH $722,818 $53,461 13.5
1407 Whiteside, IL $513,673 $37,994 13.5
1408 Clarendon, SC $319,571 $23,644 13.5
1409 St Francis, AR $315,354 $23,338 13.5
1410 Monroe, KY $318,959 $23,610 13.5
1411 Carbon, WY $767,967 $56,849 13.5
1412 New Madrid, MO $400,522 $29,661 13.5
1413 Wasco, OR $483,818 $35,855 13.5
1414 Montrose, CO $502,969 $37,278 13.5
1415 Dade, GA $382,917 $28,397 13.5
1416 Cherry, NE $592,853 $43,973 13.5
1417 Lorain, OH $653,791 $48,502 13.5
1418 Leake, MS $377,020 $27,972 13.5
1419 Clark, KS $609,855 $45,275 13.5
1420 Hickory, MO $280,033 $20,804 13.5
1421 Palo Alto, IA $579,983 $43,097 13.5
1422 Johnson, TN $331,698 $24,649 13.5
1423 Middlesex, VA $645,390 $47,966 13.5
1424 Murray, GA $362,681 $26,961 13.5
1425 Russell, KY $339,978 $25,274 13.5
1426 Guthrie, IA $669,664 $49,784 13.5
1427 Logan, KY $428,712 $31,878 13.4
1428 Jackson, FL $347,856 $25,866 13.4
1429 Lewis, TN $385,878 $28,697 13.4
1430 Monona, IA $548,966 $40,840 13.4
1431 Kit Carson, CO $486,039 $36,175 13.4
1432 Hertford, NC $347,139 $25,849 13.4
1433 Ellis, KS $647,812 $48,243 13.4
1434 Ellis, OK $679,475 $50,659 13.4
1435 Scioto, OH $410,221 $30,593 13.4
1436 Whitman, WA $448,504 $33,448 13.4
1437 Claiborne, TN $356,892 $26,624 13.4
1438 Jay, IN $444,549 $33,165 13.4
1439 Gladwin, MI $371,222 $27,701 13.4
1440 Indiana, PA $480,398 $35,851 13.4
1441 Essex, VA $561,905 $41,936 13.4
1442 Modoc, CA $325,592 $24,301 13.4
1443 Sullivan, PA $486,902 $36,351 13.4
1444 Greenwood, KS $460,678 $34,411 13.4
1445 Swift, MN $513,921 $38,440 13.4
1446 Sequoyah, OK $454,272 $33,981 13.4
1447 Sierra, NM $284,187 $21,258 13.4
1448 Lampasas, TX $577,413 $43,195 13.4
1449 Graves, KY $432,632 $32,388 13.4
1450 Venango, PA $454,472 $34,025 13.4
1451 Macomb, MI $606,956 $45,462 13.4
1452 Winneshiek, IA $671,429 $50,328 13.3
1453 Wood, OH $676,563 $50,720 13.3
1454 Ripley, IN $572,436 $42,925 13.3
1455 Montgomery, GA $373,022 $27,973 13.3
1456 San Miguel, NM $331,737 $24,878 13.3
1457 Miller, MO $400,855 $30,071 13.3
1458 Cabarrus, NC $726,053 $54,470 13.3
1459 Henry, OH $606,201 $45,480 13.3
1460 Hillsborough, NH $888,881 $66,689 13.3
1461 Rutland, VT $568,576 $42,691 13.3
1462 Gooding, ID $507,795 $38,150 13.3
1463 Phillips, CO $595,803 $44,770 13.3
1464 Woodward, OK $771,714 $57,995 13.3
1465 Fayette, OH $448,078 $33,702 13.3
1466 Weld, CO $786,721 $59,174 13.3
1467 Aiken, SC $512,518 $38,551 13.3
1468 Grundy, TN $364,836 $27,444 13.3
1469 Cherokee, KS $494,820 $37,227 13.3
1470 Wayne, PA $574,142 $43,221 13.3
1471 Auglaize, OH $635,133 $47,819 13.3
1472 San Bernardino, CA $562,681 $42,371 13.3
1473 Craig, OK $497,776 $37,488 13.3
1474 Sweet Grass, MT $622,026 $46,849 13.3
1475 Cumberland, NC $458,818 $34,558 13.3
1476 Pasquotank, NC $485,490 $36,568 13.3
1477 Union, OR $469,890 $35,412 13.3
1478 St Clair, MI $525,164 $39,600 13.3
1479 Nye, NV $384,292 $28,985 13.3
1480 Woodbury, IA $632,401 $47,705 13.3
1481 Taylor, WI $474,074 $35,768 13.3
1482 Queens, NY $560,942 $42,324 13.3
1483 Edgar, IL $429,679 $32,428 13.3
1484 Woodford, IL $783,047 $59,105 13.2
1485 Marshall, KY $521,373 $39,357 13.2
1486 Neshoba, MS $404,163 $30,517 13.2
1487 Henderson, NC $528,777 $39,951 13.2
1488 Marion, TN $449,803 $34,021 13.2
1489 Coffee, AL $529,242 $40,030 13.2
1490 Bingham, ID $584,514 $44,220 13.2
1491 Pend Oreille, WA $421,116 $31,866 13.2
1492 Sanilac, MI $422,244 $31,954 13.2
1493 Pulaski, IN $493,197 $37,336 13.2
1494 Sanborn, SD $562,566 $42,588 13.2
1495 Muskogee, OK $517,007 $39,142 13.2
1496 Platte, NE $785,023 $59,450 13.2
1497 Brule, SD $649,761 $49,229 13.2
1498 Amite, MS $398,641 $30,206 13.2
1499 Faulkner, AR $577,980 $43,801 13.2
1500 Lee, NC $517,633 $39,244 13.2
1501 Rusk, TX $536,386 $40,693 13.2
1502 Morgan, CO $552,933 $41,974 13.2
1503 Barbour, AL $360,616 $27,380 13.2
1504 Trumbull, OH $470,173 $35,705 13.2
1505 Darke, OH $515,999 $39,187 13.2
1506 Hardin, IL $350,105 $26,591 13.2
1507 Edgefield, SC $459,511 $34,902 13.2
1508 Lenawee, MI $501,772 $38,120 13.2
1509 Pope, AR $522,087 $39,668 13.2
1510 Davis, UT $817,403 $62,118 13.2
1511 Carroll, IL $482,646 $36,685 13.2
1512 McDonough, IL $414,251 $31,489 13.2
1513 Duplin, NC $344,406 $26,183 13.2
1514 De Soto, LA $527,594 $40,111 13.2
1515 Bay, MI $480,007 $36,497 13.2
1516 Madison, NC $388,530 $29,557 13.1
1517 Walker, AL $408,968 $31,134 13.1
1518 Shelby, IA $663,355 $50,539 13.1
1519 Grant, OR $378,024 $28,824 13.1
1520 Republic, KS $490,512 $37,405 13.1
1521 Moody, SD $634,570 $48,406 13.1
1522 White, GA $377,543 $28,806 13.1
1523 Klamath, OR $388,574 $29,650 13.1
1524 Randolph, AL $360,731 $27,536 13.1
1525 Middlesex, NJ $883,794 $67,470 13.1
1526 Jasper, GA $420,510 $32,109 13.1
1527 Riverside, CA $575,824 $43,974 13.1
1528 San Benito, CA $774,439 $59,150 13.1
1529 Kearny, KS $732,230 $55,943 13.1
1530 Jefferson, TN $462,325 $35,328 13.1
1531 Iowa, WI $628,184 $48,017 13.1
1532 Minidoka, ID $523,988 $40,077 13.1
1533 Jackson, TX $648,275 $49,587 13.1
1534 Cleveland, OK $811,249 $62,053 13.1
1535 Franklin, TX $435,438 $33,308 13.1
1536 Clallam, WA $499,025 $38,184 13.1
1537 Johnson, IN $771,846 $59,059 13.1
1538 Hocking, OH $440,994 $33,744 13.1
1539 Warren, TN $392,087 $30,012 13.1
1540 El Paso, CO $698,559 $53,487 13.1
1541 Stark, ND $1,196,457 $91,628 13.1
1542 Iron, MI $351,715 $26,938 13.1
1543 Boone, IL $701,937 $53,800 13.0
1544 Kidder, ND $640,223 $49,094 13.0
1545 Faribault, MN $470,647 $36,092 13.0
1546 Tazewell, IL $610,480 $46,817 13.0
1547 Dallas, AR $316,125 $24,249 13.0
1548 Neosho, KS $500,873 $38,427 13.0
1549 Brown, TX $497,728 $38,188 13.0
1550 Dent, MO $348,784 $26,766 13.0
1551 Dunn, WI $560,789 $43,039 13.0
1552 Lincoln, GA $355,413 $27,289 13.0
1553 Valley, MT $529,261 $40,652 13.0
1554 Baldwin, GA $378,567 $29,084 13.0
1555 Cumberland, KY $285,898 $21,976 13.0
1556 Spalding, GA $413,647 $31,804 13.0
1557 Chenango, NY $404,146 $31,080 13.0
1558 Monroe, MS $389,496 $29,972 13.0
1559 Piatt, IL $643,078 $49,497 13.0
1560 Clay, FL $582,151 $44,819 13.0
1561 Union, KY $464,484 $35,762 13.0
1562 Calhoun, AL $413,778 $31,865 13.0
1563 Sanders, MT $370,365 $28,528 13.0
1564 Cortland, NY $431,500 $33,253 13.0
1565 Douglas, MO $286,798 $22,105 13.0
1566 Richardson, NE $513,512 $39,603 13.0
1567 Marquette, MI $492,677 $38,002 13.0
1568 Randolph, WV $394,220 $30,408 13.0
1569 Jackson, MS $547,262 $42,221 13.0
1570 Forsyth, GA $1,185,983 $91,498 13.0
1571 Pratt, KS $634,931 $49,004 13.0
1572 Wayne, KY $295,463 $22,805 13.0
1573 Sussex, NJ $842,398 $65,044 13.0
1574 Van Buren, IA $476,491 $36,801 12.9
1575 Wise, TX $686,752 $53,051 12.9
1576 Fulton, AR $273,519 $21,130 12.9
1577 Liberty, TX $587,820 $45,435 12.9
1578 Gray, KS $786,198 $60,770 12.9
1579 Seminole, OK $444,241 $34,342 12.9
1580 Mayes, OK $533,219 $41,229 12.9
1581 Charles Mix, SD $582,819 $45,068 12.9
1582 Rutherford, NC $354,168 $27,396 12.9
1583 Jackson, IA $580,312 $44,899 12.9
1584 Poinsett, AR $344,236 $26,641 12.9
1585 McIntosh, OK $398,377 $30,832 12.9
1586 Custer, ID $469,305 $36,325 12.9
1587 Henderson, IL $421,197 $32,608 12.9
1588 Linn, MO $441,570 $34,190 12.9
1589 Niobrara, WY $624,021 $48,323 12.9
1590 Aitkin, MN $393,756 $30,497 12.9
1591 Charlotte, VA $403,973 $31,290 12.9
1592 Jasper, IN $627,914 $48,642 12.9
1593 Wells, IN $560,366 $43,421 12.9
1594 Douglas, IL $573,069 $44,406 12.9
1595 Story, IA $659,761 $51,208 12.9
1596 Sanpete, UT $448,631 $34,838 12.9
1597 Medina, OH $827,308 $64,264 12.9
1598 Knox, IN $482,038 $37,449 12.9
1599 Wilkes, GA $320,334 $24,886 12.9
1600 Lumpkin, GA $430,263 $33,444 12.9
1601 Adair, KY $306,597 $23,832 12.9
1602 Seneca, NY $410,562 $31,914 12.9
1603 Acadia, LA $492,843 $38,317 12.9
1604 Polk, TX $592,140 $46,040 12.9
1605 Pike, AR $343,909 $26,768 12.8
1606 Duval, TX $429,728 $33,449 12.8
1607 Wyoming, PA $571,651 $44,510 12.8
1608 Lamb, TX $401,716 $31,286 12.8
1609 Union, OH $857,528 $66,797 12.8
1610 Kershaw, SC $447,505 $34,859 12.8
1611 Washburn, WI $490,790 $38,233 12.8
1612 Queen Annes, MD $915,664 $71,369 12.8
1613 Lowndes, AL $360,618 $28,108 12.8
1614 Calhoun, MI $459,028 $35,780 12.8
1615 Beltrami, MN $498,249 $38,854 12.8
1616 Creek, OK $632,260 $49,309 12.8
1617 Worth, GA $362,856 $28,303 12.8
1618 Cass, MO $684,228 $53,371 12.8
1619 Campbell, WY $961,705 $75,046 12.8
1620 Cambria, PA $452,137 $35,296 12.8
1621 Coweta, GA $651,986 $50,916 12.8
1622 Charles City, VA $568,270 $44,388 12.8
1623 Mercer, MO $380,264 $29,713 12.8
1624 Juab, UT $583,891 $45,631 12.8
1625 Schenectady, NY $592,773 $46,332 12.8
1626 Clatsop, OR $475,937 $37,206 12.8
1627 Cherokee, GA $789,463 $61,753 12.8
1628 Blaine, OK $659,379 $51,582 12.8
1629 White, IN $537,493 $42,073 12.8
1630 Plymouth, IA $761,788 $59,659 12.8
1631 Laramie, WY $760,127 $59,542 12.8
1632 Harlan, KY $248,574 $19,473 12.8
1633 Union, LA $460,960 $36,112 12.8
1634 Jackson, AR $337,445 $26,440 12.8
1635 Valley, ID $858,009 $67,241 12.8
1636 Haywood, NC $413,678 $32,425 12.8
1637 Chester, SC $347,717 $27,265 12.8
1638 Kennebec, ME $494,091 $38,752 12.8
1639 Coos, NH $408,648 $32,069 12.7
1640 Carroll, AR $382,911 $30,062 12.7
1641 Lycoming, PA $503,440 $39,529 12.7
1642 Randolph, AR $330,717 $25,975 12.7
1643 Monroe, IA $486,740 $38,236 12.7
1644 Childress, TX $403,973 $31,756 12.7
1645 Teton, ID $634,844 $49,950 12.7
1646 Lewis, WA $457,184 $35,972 12.7
1647 Reynolds, MO $301,064 $23,693 12.7
1648 Burleson, TX $565,351 $44,496 12.7
1649 Livingston, NY $464,614 $36,568 12.7
1650 Beaufort, NC $448,485 $35,306 12.7
1651 Bossier, LA $586,924 $46,215 12.7
1652 Red Willow, NE $569,421 $44,839 12.7
1653 Pennington, MN $532,938 $41,993 12.7
1654 Huerfano, CO $315,027 $24,823 12.7
1655 San Juan, NM $542,133 $42,726 12.7
1656 Kane, UT $423,845 $33,409 12.7
1657 Greene, NY $494,209 $38,962 12.7
1658 Sagadahoc, ME $587,219 $46,337 12.7
1659 Mills, TX $457,343 $36,091 12.7
1660 York, NE $704,956 $55,685 12.7
1661 Power, ID $528,219 $41,728 12.7
1662 Humphreys, TN $477,717 $37,740 12.7
1663 Ouachita, AR $357,271 $28,255 12.6
1664 Sauk, WI $610,898 $48,328 12.6
1665 Bent, CO $321,153 $25,410 12.6
1666 Galax City, VA $333,159 $26,376 12.6
1667 Summers, WV $256,554 $20,313 12.6
1668 Gallia, OH $418,383 $33,144 12.6
1669 Dorchester, MD $428,723 $33,964 12.6
1670 Sabine, LA $458,834 $36,349 12.6
1671 Cherokee, AL $301,869 $23,933 12.6
1672 Benzie, MI $477,036 $37,821 12.6
1673 Judith Basin, MT $432,404 $34,286 12.6
1674 Monroe, IL $798,563 $63,342 12.6
1675 Iberville, LA $556,139 $44,115 12.6
1676 San Patricio, TX $629,110 $49,922 12.6
1677 Pemiscot, MO $319,130 $25,325 12.6
1678 Linn, OR $464,349 $36,863 12.6
1679 Owyhee, ID $439,028 $34,855 12.6
1680 Madison, AR $369,344 $29,332 12.6
1681 Freestone, TX $490,117 $38,942 12.6
1682 Fayette, IA $497,001 $39,500 12.6
1683 Nolan, TX $474,814 $37,743 12.6
1684 Schley, GA $320,230 $25,461 12.6
1685 Robeson, NC $312,528 $24,855 12.6
1686 Golden Valley, ND $730,915 $58,161 12.6
1687 Lawrence, PA $472,157 $37,574 12.6
1688 Sumter, AL $295,845 $23,550 12.6
1689 Saunders, NE $787,155 $62,662 12.6
1690 Grant, SD $627,751 $49,990 12.6
1691 Franklin, ID $548,421 $43,686 12.6
1692 Rockingham, VA $609,007 $48,513 12.6
1693 Abbeville, SC $326,861 $26,045 12.6
1694 Lyon, KY $434,967 $34,691 12.5
1695 Washington, MD $551,516 $43,990 12.5
1696 Lake, OR $326,150 $26,023 12.5
1697 Webster, IA $547,924 $43,721 12.5
1698 Claiborne, MS $289,042 $23,065 12.5
1699 Latah, ID $512,530 $40,916 12.5
1700 Bell, KY $231,747 $18,502 12.5
1701 Tyrrell, NC $330,773 $26,417 12.5
1702 Baca, CO $331,392 $26,468 12.5
1703 Atoka, OK $421,958 $33,702 12.5
1704 Elmore, AL $571,432 $45,657 12.5
1705 Union, FL $353,702 $28,269 12.5
1706 Carbon, MT $535,372 $42,789 12.5
1707 Storey, NV $470,065 $37,585 12.5
1708 Benton, WA $666,395 $53,285 12.5
1709 Clay, MO $724,315 $57,942 12.5
1710 Wright, MN $791,004 $63,285 12.5
1711 Accomack, VA $440,354 $35,232 12.5
1712 Pearl River, MS $410,264 $32,832 12.5
1713 Lafayette, AR $312,532 $25,012 12.5
1714 Floyd, VA $433,344 $34,683 12.5
1715 Grays Harbor, WA $416,617 $33,348 12.5
1716 Butte, SD $524,970 $42,026 12.5
1717 Fillmore, NE $674,405 $54,020 12.5
1718 Monroe, TN $418,770 $33,561 12.5
1719 Lincoln, WA $445,887 $35,747 12.5
1720 Pickens, AL $334,099 $26,788 12.5
1721 Henry, VA $334,497 $26,820 12.5
1722 Madison, GA $413,545 $33,164 12.5
1723 Upshur, TX $489,655 $39,270 12.5
1724 Cowlitz, WA $495,275 $39,725 12.5
1725 Honolulu, HI $781,988 $62,738 12.5
1726 Banks, GA $375,892 $30,169 12.5
1727 Chautauqua, KS $419,542 $33,684 12.5
1728 Hale, AL $349,286 $28,063 12.4
1729 Meade, KS $629,593 $50,596 12.4
1730 Polk, AR $337,288 $27,106 12.4
1731 Garrard, KY $404,250 $32,490 12.4
1732 Newberry, SC $408,661 $32,851 12.4
1733 Wise, VA $330,057 $26,549 12.4
1734 Wayne, IL $388,749 $31,287 12.4
1735 La Salle, IL $525,192 $42,274 12.4
1736 Union, TN $350,624 $28,232 12.4
1737 Miller, GA $326,810 $26,320 12.4
1738 Williams, OH $473,031 $38,104 12.4
1739 Grant, ND $490,874 $39,549 12.4
1740 Del Norte, CA $339,709 $27,378 12.4
1741 Medina, TX $626,885 $50,528 12.4
1742 Gasconade, MO $424,904 $34,249 12.4
1743 Pushmataha, OK $353,807 $28,520 12.4
1744 Haralson, GA $380,681 $30,691 12.4
1745 Imperial, CA $483,562 $38,989 12.4
1746 Miner, SD $588,219 $47,431 12.4
1747 Clinton, IL $597,472 $48,184 12.4
1748 Alexander, NC $423,503 $34,159 12.4
1749 Waldo, ME $421,433 $34,002 12.4
1750 Costilla, CO $273,364 $22,061 12.4
1751 Crawford, IL $481,387 $38,858 12.4
1752 Strafford, NH $693,631 $55,993 12.4
1753 Herkimer, NY $365,306 $29,490 12.4
1754 Ferry, WA $338,115 $27,296 12.4
1755 Jackson, WV $440,198 $35,539 12.4
1756 Idaho, ID $397,636 $32,114 12.4
1757 Aroostook, ME $362,373 $29,271 12.4
1758 Fayette, WV $327,314 $26,449 12.4
1759 Montgomery, NY $387,181 $31,297 12.4
1760 Logan, WV $316,557 $25,593 12.4
1761 McDuffie, GA $370,610 $29,966 12.4
1762 Carter, TN $324,591 $26,246 12.4
1763 Niagara, NY $436,534 $35,303 12.4
1764 Tolland, CT $822,128 $66,493 12.4
1765 Somerset, ME $370,235 $29,948 12.4
1766 Fremont, CO $441,889 $35,746 12.4
1767 Morton, ND $841,642 $68,091 12.4
1768 Floyd, IA $542,475 $43,889 12.4
1769 Towns, GA $455,975 $36,909 12.4
1770 Cleburne, AL $376,103 $30,454 12.4
1771 Knox, MO $309,261 $25,050 12.3
1772 Noble, IN $494,556 $40,059 12.3
1773 Chouteau, MT $400,486 $32,446 12.3
1774 Halifax, VA $383,008 $31,038 12.3
1775 St Clair, AL $496,531 $40,253 12.3
1776 Aurora, SD $514,885 $41,757 12.3
1777 Cross, AR $394,064 $31,964 12.3
1778 Sullivan, IN $469,715 $38,100 12.3
1779 Vermilion, LA $536,038 $43,480 12.3
1780 Scott, KS $633,617 $51,396 12.3
1781 Waushara, WI $476,644 $38,676 12.3
1782 Candler, GA $322,835 $26,199 12.3
1783 Howard, AR $382,490 $31,040 12.3
1784 Graham, NC $314,862 $25,554 12.3
1785 Cleburne, AR $435,302 $35,336 12.3
1786 Jefferson, GA $327,632 $26,616 12.3
1787 Marion, IL $404,511 $32,863 12.3
1788 Stevens, KS $653,883 $53,123 12.3
1789 Kingsbury, SD $643,989 $52,326 12.3
1790 Chisago, MN $712,040 $57,859 12.3
1791 Lake, SD $831,864 $67,597 12.3
1792 Alamosa, CO $430,866 $35,013 12.3
1793 Carroll, OH $499,649 $40,629 12.3
1794 Monroe, WI $517,454 $42,082 12.3
1795 Calumet, WI $741,361 $60,295 12.3
1796 Harney, OR $329,306 $26,784 12.3
1797 Clark, KY $472,018 $38,391 12.3
1798 Wright, MO $283,002 $23,019 12.3
1799 Schuyler, IL $411,798 $33,503 12.3
1800 Polk, WI $552,130 $44,923 12.3
1801 Orange, IN $401,190 $32,647 12.3
1802 Pointe Coupee, LA $522,308 $42,507 12.3
1803 Hancock, MS $401,811 $32,706 12.3
1804 Vermilion, IL $385,656 $31,392 12.3
1805 Thayer, NE $556,868 $45,346 12.3
1806 Bannock, ID $496,028 $40,398 12.3
1807 Piscataquis, ME $329,938 $26,908 12.3
1808 Greene, TN $371,629 $30,337 12.2
1809 Crittenden, AR $414,763 $33,859 12.2
1810 Washington, NE $844,486 $68,958 12.2
1811 Clark, IL $446,793 $36,485 12.2
1812 Hawkins, TN $371,160 $30,310 12.2
1813 Columbia, GA $755,562 $61,702 12.2
1814 Holmes, FL $260,330 $21,261 12.2
1815 Stillwater, MT $617,395 $50,426 12.2
1816 Jenkins, GA $233,013 $19,034 12.2
1817 Pontotoc, OK $561,887 $45,905 12.2
1818 Lee, VA $263,801 $21,561 12.2
1819 Menard, TX $333,159 $27,236 12.2
1820 Echols, GA $256,722 $20,987 12.2
1821 Ward, ND $883,670 $72,250 12.2
1822 Mingo, WV $253,041 $20,698 12.2
1823 Marion, TX $317,688 $25,988 12.2
1824 St Clair, MO $291,503 $23,855 12.2
1825 Mineral, MT $444,328 $36,362 12.2
1826 Cedar, NE $618,156 $50,602 12.2
1827 Crook, OR $403,027 $33,022 12.2
1828 Union, GA $434,772 $35,625 12.2
1829 Heard, GA $317,845 $26,045 12.2
1830 Callahan, TX $448,755 $36,798 12.2
1831 Prairie, AR $328,583 $26,947 12.2
1832 Sequatchie, TN $428,328 $35,129 12.2
1833 Will, IL $829,363 $68,021 12.2
1834 Butler, OH $651,796 $53,472 12.2
1835 Manistee, MI $383,217 $31,439 12.2
1836 McCormick, SC $354,694 $29,107 12.2
1837 Washington, ME $332,296 $27,269 12.2
1838 Delta, CO $420,467 $34,523 12.2
1839 Jefferson Davis, MS $296,029 $24,325 12.2
1840 Catoosa, GA $425,875 $34,995 12.2
1841 Mitchell, KS $546,951 $44,948 12.2
1842 Randolph, GA $251,403 $20,672 12.2
1843 Allegany, MD $379,187 $31,191 12.2
1844 Nelson, KY $541,711 $44,572 12.2
1845 Huron, OH $499,427 $41,100 12.2
1846 Custer, OK $624,786 $51,431 12.1
1847 Ohio, KY $403,590 $33,227 12.1
1848 Lake, TN $307,273 $25,299 12.1
1849 Hughes, SD $731,735 $60,283 12.1
1850 Andrews, TX $764,196 $62,966 12.1
1851 Dodge, GA $260,255 $21,445 12.1
1852 Hanover, VA $897,712 $73,994 12.1
1853 Haakon, SD $604,155 $49,831 12.1
1854 Hamilton, FL $261,716 $21,589 12.1
1855 Northampton, NC $292,710 $24,155 12.1
1856 Columbia, WA $415,224 $34,270 12.1
1857 Brown, KS $480,744 $39,688 12.1
1858 McHenry, ND $629,502 $51,971 12.1
1859 Parmer, TX $477,157 $39,411 12.1
1860 Clare, MI $288,619 $23,839 12.1
1861 Emanuel, GA $306,821 $25,346 12.1
1862 Jerauld, SD $513,417 $42,424 12.1
1863 York, ME $599,279 $49,527 12.1
1864 Marinette, WI $441,360 $36,477 12.1
1865 Carter, MO $292,879 $24,206 12.1
1866 Brooke, WV $425,651 $35,183 12.1
1867 Burnett, WI $418,097 $34,567 12.1
1868 Westmoreland, VA $522,438 $43,200 12.1
1869 Putnam, MO $292,874 $24,218 12.1
1870 Osborne, KS $453,773 $37,538 12.1
1871 Franklin, AR $378,326 $31,297 12.1
1872 Pike, IL $374,984 $31,059 12.1
1873 Crawford, AR $394,119 $32,655 12.1
1874 Tioga, PA $463,439 $38,409 12.1
1875 Le Sueur, MN $621,925 $51,600 12.1
1876 Lee, IL $499,185 $41,417 12.1
1877 Lincoln, NE $600,598 $49,862 12.0
1878 Waupaca, WI $523,106 $43,443 12.0
1879 Fulton, NY $370,245 $30,751 12.0
1880 Richland, WI $408,339 $33,920 12.0
1881 Ralls, MO $482,908 $40,117 12.0
1882 Big Stone, MN $452,668 $37,609 12.0
1883 Rockingham, NC $378,855 $31,479 12.0
1884 Comanche, OK $529,058 $43,961 12.0
1885 Kittson, MN $496,799 $41,292 12.0
1886 Hot Springs, WY $475,345 $39,510 12.0
1887 Washington, KS $510,482 $42,432 12.0
1888 Wahkiakum, WA $410,298 $34,111 12.0
1889 Miami, KS $729,449 $60,681 12.0
1890 Schoharie, NY $397,744 $33,096 12.0
1891 Meeker, MN $544,650 $45,324 12.0
1892 Union, IL $428,179 $35,640 12.0
1893 Garrett, MD $439,394 $36,583 12.0
1894 Jasper, SC $372,425 $31,011 12.0
1895 Macoupin, IL $442,935 $36,886 12.0
1896 Marion, SC $264,660 $22,047 12.0
1897 Bee, TX $483,663 $40,297 12.0
1898 Clearfield, PA $424,976 $35,419 12.0
1899 Pottawatomie, KS $753,203 $62,796 12.0
1900 Clay, TX $497,033 $41,444 12.0
1901 Martin, KY $236,804 $19,752 12.0
1902 Wayne, TN $318,253 $26,558 12.0
1903 Presque Isle, MI $345,845 $28,876 12.0
1904 Big Horn, WY $530,258 $44,298 12.0
1905 Walton, GA $529,745 $44,259 12.0
1906 Carbon, PA $476,071 $39,781 12.0
1907 Fayette, PA $427,971 $35,773 12.0
1908 Union, MS $386,677 $32,328 12.0
1909 Cumberland, NJ $468,851 $39,215 12.0
1910 McCreary, KY $199,334 $16,674 12.0
1911 Sharp, AR $282,412 $23,625 12.0
1912 Norton, KS $512,152 $42,850 12.0
1913 Broomfield, CO $1,010,262 $84,535 12.0
1914 Anoka, MN $745,214 $62,373 11.9
1915 Coffee, TN $456,334 $38,196 11.9
1916 Roane, WV $307,077 $25,706 11.9
1917 Saline, MO $398,097 $33,334 11.9
1918 Eaton, MI $509,260 $42,645 11.9
1919 Lac Qui Parle, MN $496,276 $41,569 11.9
1920 Warren, MS $437,290 $36,644 11.9
1921 Weber, UT $557,943 $46,765 11.9
1922 Stokes, NC $392,661 $32,920 11.9
1923 Sibley, MN $533,661 $44,752 11.9
1924 Marion, KY $398,110 $33,390 11.9
1925 Audrain, MO $415,271 $34,831 11.9
1926 Morehouse, LA $353,201 $29,627 11.9
1927 Cass, IN $451,260 $37,905 11.9
1928 Shoshone, ID $351,703 $29,543 11.9
1929 Trinity, TX $376,006 $31,586 11.9
1930 Clay, KY $228,974 $19,237 11.9
1931 Koochiching, MN $410,097 $34,455 11.9
1932 Yell, AR $363,483 $30,557 11.9
1933 Caledonia, VT $458,154 $38,541 11.9
1934 Mercer, IL $505,554 $42,551 11.9
1935 Jones, TX $433,348 $36,479 11.9
1936 Rowan, KY $357,208 $30,072 11.9
1937 Dade, MO $334,577 $28,168 11.9
1938 Barnes, ND $600,330 $50,546 11.9
1939 Addison, VT $631,570 $53,191 11.9
1940 Pecos, TX $590,421 $49,725 11.9
1941 Montcalm, MI $372,875 $31,404 11.9
1942 Morrill, NE $500,078 $42,124 11.9
1943 Lake, IN $550,600 $46,390 11.9
1944 Hunt, TX $504,689 $42,527 11.9
1945 Sherman, TX $508,881 $42,886 11.9
1946 Tate, MS $412,672 $34,793 11.9
1947 Russell, KS $431,698 $36,410 11.9
1948 Goodhue, MN $636,750 $53,720 11.9
1949 Henry, AL $379,742 $32,051 11.8
1950 Lebanon, PA $560,435 $47,321 11.8
1951 Panola, TX $501,511 $42,353 11.8
1952 Clermont, OH $664,727 $56,190 11.8
1953 Thurston, WA $597,887 $50,551 11.8
1954 Grayson, KY $333,456 $28,204 11.8
1955 Wayne, UT $358,423 $30,316 11.8
1956 Choctaw, AL $342,767 $29,008 11.8
1957 Henry, MO $359,600 $30,443 11.8
1958 Buena Vista, IA $594,610 $50,367 11.8
1959 Wayne, MO $224,964 $19,061 11.8
1960 Brown, NE $428,672 $36,327 11.8
1961 Musselshell, MT $402,889 $34,158 11.8
1962 Iron, UT $421,426 $35,730 11.8
1963 Chesterfield, SC $279,481 $23,701 11.8
1964 Madison, KY $455,318 $38,617 11.8
1965 Itasca, MN $462,870 $39,296 11.8
1966 Jefferson, AR $366,666 $31,140 11.8
1967 Bracken, KY $405,917 $34,479 11.8
1968 Lewis and Clark, MT $596,118 $50,646 11.8
1969 Warren, NC $293,758 $24,961 11.8
1970 Crawford, MI $314,064 $26,715 11.8
1971 Van Zandt, TX $471,486 $40,128 11.7
1972 Otoe, NE $638,546 $54,376 11.7
1973 Calhoun, MS $278,933 $23,758 11.7
1974 Pike, MO $401,590 $34,220 11.7
1975 Barrow, GA $500,747 $42,670 11.7
1976 Buchanan, IA $584,062 $49,770 11.7
1977 Richmond, VA $466,349 $39,765 11.7
1978 Clinton, KY $253,412 $21,612 11.7
1979 Mahnomen, MN $380,204 $32,425 11.7
1980 Franklin, NE $465,283 $39,700 11.7
1981 Pawnee, KS $509,115 $43,473 11.7
1982 Orleans, VT $426,718 $36,441 11.7
1983 Coal, OK $383,009 $32,710 11.7
1984 Clark, OH $437,036 $37,338 11.7
1985 Calhoun, WV $276,288 $23,608 11.7
1986 Nobles, MN $528,884 $45,191 11.7
1987 Las Animas, CO $377,449 $32,255 11.7
1988 Nodaway, MO $385,931 $32,985 11.7
1989 Columbiana, OH $412,139 $35,241 11.7
1990 Snohomish, WA $733,580 $62,753 11.7
1991 Sierra, CA $338,347 $28,944 11.7
1992 Washington, FL $296,070 $25,330 11.7
1993 Grant, IN $384,095 $32,864 11.7
1994 Dearborn, IN $625,839 $53,559 11.7
1995 Marshall, TN $447,603 $38,307 11.7
1996 Camp, TX $424,381 $36,339 11.7
1997 Jefferson, OR $384,620 $32,935 11.7
1998 Hamilton, IL $375,035 $32,147 11.7
1999 Douglas, WA $508,086 $43,573 11.7
2000 Perkins, SD $514,496 $44,155 11.7
2001 Dodge, WI $564,648 $48,461 11.7
2002 Limestone, AL $556,130 $47,743 11.6
2003 Chesterfield, VA $802,941 $68,937 11.6
2004 Deuel, SD $537,368 $46,147 11.6
2005 Randolph, IL $436,430 $37,480 11.6
2006 Russell, AL $318,520 $27,356 11.6
2007 Madison, IA $687,087 $59,016 11.6
2008 Guadalupe, NM $379,646 $32,625 11.6
2009 Tyler, TX $359,878 $30,939 11.6
2010 Johnson, TX $592,459 $50,944 11.6
2011 Prince Edward, VA $381,081 $32,775 11.6
2012 Franklin, ME $398,212 $34,253 11.6
2013 Appling, GA $340,935 $29,339 11.6
2014 Wilbarger, TX $382,912 $32,959 11.6
2015 Scotts Bluff, NE $523,872 $45,093 11.6
2016 Rensselaer, NY $492,997 $42,461 11.6
2017 St Lawrence, NY $343,830 $29,619 11.6
2018 Clay, TN $255,198 $21,994 11.6
2019 Dickens, TX $293,168 $25,271 11.6
2020 Hillsdale, MI $378,715 $32,653 11.6
2021 Ellsworth, KS $489,760 $42,231 11.6
2022 Sedgwick, CO $405,557 $34,980 11.6
2023 McDowell, WV $195,533 $16,873 11.6
2024 Plumas, CA $376,184 $32,487 11.6
2025 Stone, MS $403,693 $34,871 11.6
2026 Pierce, WI $664,526 $57,405 11.6
2027 Mariposa, CA $355,973 $30,751 11.6
2028 Cimarron, OK $455,091 $39,314 11.6
2029 Madison, IN $419,044 $36,202 11.6
2030 Scott, TN $283,342 $24,482 11.6
2031 Wilkinson, GA $356,863 $30,845 11.6
2032 Dallas, MO $319,258 $27,601 11.6
2033 Redwood, MN $504,675 $43,643 11.6
2034 Murray, OK $501,837 $43,416 11.6
2035 Juneau, WI $449,246 $38,878 11.6
2036 Taylor, GA $269,690 $23,347 11.6
2037 Alcona, MI $298,153 $25,820 11.5
2038 Merrick, NE $512,422 $44,375 11.5
2039 Wells, ND $605,806 $52,470 11.5
2040 Prentiss, MS $307,779 $26,661 11.5
2041 Ellis, TX $675,295 $58,497 11.5
2042 Umatilla, OR $418,889 $36,297 11.5
2043 Vernon, MO $342,541 $29,694 11.5
2044 Polk, OR $515,788 $44,726 11.5
2045 Brazoria, TX $778,609 $67,523 11.5
2046 Fall River, SD $490,365 $42,527 11.5
2047 Emmet, IA $484,845 $42,056 11.5
2048 Canyon, ID $477,750 $41,445 11.5
2049 Adams, WI $419,158 $36,368 11.5
2050 Washington, KY $414,512 $35,971 11.5
2051 Newport News City, VA $470,350 $40,821 11.5
2052 Jefferson, OK $363,309 $31,533 11.5
2053 Rankin, MS $558,534 $48,481 11.5
2054 Laurens, SC $315,822 $27,417 11.5
2055 Kenosha, WI $602,572 $52,334 11.5
2056 Sherman, OR $428,444 $37,211 11.5
2057 Kemper, MS $273,723 $23,775 11.5
2058 Decatur, TN $307,894 $26,759 11.5
2059 Goshen, WY $467,640 $40,646 11.5
2060 Rutherford, TN $611,939 $53,194 11.5
2061 Yellow Medicine, MN $485,525 $42,206 11.5
2062 Washington, LA $314,577 $27,346 11.5
2063 Williamsburg, SC $260,671 $22,667 11.5
2064 Concordia, LA $338,723 $29,490 11.5
2065 White, TN $352,100 $30,661 11.5
2066 Lake of The Woods, MN $463,985 $40,420 11.5
2067 Montgomery, KS $422,724 $36,828 11.5
2068 Iosco, MI $309,585 $26,973 11.5
2069 Lincoln, KY $300,200 $26,160 11.5
2070 Grady, OK $621,145 $54,129 11.5
2071 Roberts, SD $507,351 $44,217 11.5
2072 Lincoln, WI $469,884 $40,958 11.5
2073 Androscoggin, ME $410,613 $35,793 11.5
2074 Grainger, TN $344,910 $30,068 11.5
2075 Hart, KY $288,627 $25,173 11.5
2076 Toole, MT $428,193 $37,361 11.5
2077 Ripley, MO $255,316 $22,280 11.5
2078 Hancock, WV $413,748 $36,113 11.5
2079 Walthall, MS $300,922 $26,267 11.5
2080 Daniels, MT $454,941 $39,722 11.5
2081 Carroll, VA $314,727 $27,489 11.4
2082 Blount, AL $396,441 $34,630 11.4
2083 Chippewa, MI $349,314 $30,516 11.4
2084 Hardin, KY $464,496 $40,625 11.4
2085 Caldwell, LA $402,958 $35,246 11.4
2086 Traverse, MN $485,459 $42,476 11.4
2087 Finney, KS $600,042 $52,505 11.4
2088 Montgomery County, AR $246,015 $21,529 11.4
2089 Crawford, WI $421,609 $36,895 11.4
2090 Chippewa, MN $503,354 $44,051 11.4
2091 Fillmore, MN $465,333 $40,737 11.4
2092 Mineral, WV $394,816 $34,591 11.4
2093 Wilson, TN $720,014 $63,085 11.4
2094 Ionia, MI $434,386 $38,060 11.4
2095 Ottawa, OH $542,574 $47,543 11.4
2096 Fayette, IL $392,423 $34,399 11.4
2097 Kenai Peninsula, AK $763,543 $66,931 11.4
2098 Genesee, NY $395,712 $34,692 11.4
2099 Somerset, PA $417,559 $36,609 11.4
2100 Washington, OK $650,257 $57,011 11.4
2101 Wabasha, MN $531,201 $46,586 11.4
2102 Bienville, LA $340,919 $29,905 11.4
2103 Bremer, IA $676,572 $59,360 11.4
2104 Pike, PA $562,668 $49,366 11.4
2105 Caribou, ID $495,933 $43,516 11.4
2106 Gallatin, IL $348,076 $30,543 11.4
2107 Fairbanks North Star, AK $756,876 $66,418 11.4
2108 Garvin, OK $493,087 $43,274 11.4
2109 Boone, NE $620,885 $54,495 11.4
2110 St Martin, LA $489,087 $42,937 11.4
2111 Smyth, VA $318,445 $27,965 11.4
2112 Anderson, KS $461,354 $40,518 11.4
2113 Muscatine, IA $611,786 $53,751 11.4
2114 Dewitt, IL $457,804 $40,226 11.4
2115 Staunton City, VA $432,649 $38,036 11.4
2116 Johnson, AR $315,667 $27,755 11.4
2117 Lafayette, WI $482,933 $42,473 11.4
2118 Pendleton, WV $329,768 $29,011 11.4
2119 Crowley, CO $276,548 $24,331 11.4
2120 Wetzel, WV $413,723 $36,409 11.4
2121 Gaines, TX $561,800 $49,445 11.4
2122 Hutchinson, TX $523,507 $46,127 11.3
2123 Rush, IN $433,178 $38,175 11.3
2124 Franklin, KY $466,609 $41,121 11.3
2125 Pittsylvania, VA $369,021 $32,522 11.3
2126 Gove, KS $500,500 $44,111 11.3
2127 Curry, NM $381,410 $33,618 11.3
2128 Beaver, OK $608,632 $53,656 11.3
2129 Yadkin, NC $369,535 $32,585 11.3
2130 Suffolk City, VA $653,055 $57,590 11.3
2131 Yancey, NC $310,167 $27,356 11.3
2132 Montgomery, IN $471,335 $41,587 11.3
2133 Columbia, PA $435,997 $38,492 11.3
2134 Turner, SD $553,832 $48,898 11.3
2135 Shiawassee, MI $408,910 $36,106 11.3
2136 Chilton, AL $371,791 $32,850 11.3
2137 Cherokee, IA $506,967 $44,795 11.3
2138 Wadena, MN $376,784 $33,300 11.3
2139 Brown, IN $521,801 $46,122 11.3
2140 Defiance, OH $478,093 $42,270 11.3
2141 Jerome, ID $452,067 $40,004 11.3
2142 Henderson, TN $363,730 $32,202 11.3
2143 Navajo, AZ $330,557 $29,271 11.3
2144 Morrison, MN $436,609 $38,667 11.3
2145 Rains, TX $387,140 $34,292 11.3
2146 Searcy, AR $243,347 $21,567 11.3
2147 Mcdonald, MO $327,886 $29,070 11.3
2148 Hardin, TX $574,198 $50,910 11.3
2149 Hancock, IA $536,695 $47,593 11.3
2150 Jackson, IN $515,046 $45,695 11.3
2151 Fremont, ID $421,903 $37,441 11.3
2152 Rice, KS $487,877 $43,298 11.3
2153 Webster, GA $239,404 $21,252 11.3
2154 Montgomery, IL $427,723 $37,971 11.3
2155 Hodgeman, KS $479,333 $42,554 11.3
2156 Gibson, TN $374,829 $33,283 11.3
2157 Deer Lodge, MT $385,230 $34,219 11.3
2158 Prince of Wales-Hyder Census Area, AK $427,603 $37,984 11.3
2159 Beauregard, LA $485,832 $43,159 11.3
2160 Anderson, TN $466,183 $41,420 11.3
2161 Bertie, NC $305,539 $27,147 11.3
2162 Cherokee, SC $315,760 $28,058 11.3
2163 Bronx, NY $323,101 $28,714 11.3
2164 Van Wert, OH $452,677 $40,263 11.2
2165 Clay, GA $232,993 $20,749 11.2
2166 Roosevelt, NM $315,447 $28,093 11.2
2167 Marion, IA $610,112 $54,345 11.2
2168 Madison, OH $557,541 $49,665 11.2
2169 Breckinridge, KY $363,722 $32,411 11.2
2170 Ottawa, OK $390,949 $34,842 11.2
2171 Webster, MS $313,453 $27,939 11.2
2172 Caldwell, TX $483,818 $43,135 11.2
2173 Gosper, NE $676,333 $60,315 11.2
2174 Moniteau, MO $426,328 $38,029 11.2
2175 Clinton, NY $384,387 $34,298 11.2
2176 Kodiak Island, AK $754,850 $67,407 11.2
2177 Treutlen, GA $249,491 $22,288 11.2
2178 Macon, AL $256,058 $22,875 11.2
2179 Jones, IA $528,873 $47,251 11.2
2180 Ballard, KY $396,611 $35,447 11.2
2181 Lincoln, MN $414,893 $37,091 11.2
2182 Meriwether, GA $319,686 $28,592 11.2
2183 Lyon, IA $618,616 $55,334 11.2
2184 Gem, ID $430,592 $38,527 11.2
2185 Chase, KS $452,708 $40,515 11.2
2186 Harnett, NC $421,303 $37,714 11.2
2187 Scott, VA $287,860 $25,773 11.2
2188 Le Flore, OK $381,440 $34,154 11.2
2189 Emmons, ND $489,736 $43,852 11.2
2190 Boone, KY $678,374 $60,749 11.2
2191 Caswell, NC $341,810 $30,612 11.2
2192 Franklin, LA $354,803 $31,789 11.2
2193 Benton, MN $484,902 $43,452 11.2
2194 Grant, MN $486,817 $43,628 11.2
2195 Zapata, TX $308,705 $27,673 11.2
2196 Emporia City, VA $278,924 $25,014 11.2
2197 Gage, NE $512,732 $45,992 11.1
2198 Cook, MN $425,340 $38,161 11.1
2199 Muhlenberg, KY $368,722 $33,085 11.1
2200 Carbon, UT $377,226 $33,857 11.1
2201 Jefferson, MS $316,571 $28,429 11.1
2202 Orange, VT $490,629 $44,068 11.1
2203 Phillips, KS $455,436 $40,946 11.1
2204 Christian, IL $400,874 $36,043 11.1
2205 Richmond, NC $276,388 $24,855 11.1
2206 Powhatan, VA $811,641 $72,990 11.1
2207 Wallowa, OR $370,577 $33,331 11.1
2208 Grundy, IA $621,993 $55,954 11.1
2209 Madison, LA $269,809 $24,305 11.1
2210 Daviess, MO $381,091 $34,333 11.1
2211 Osceola, MI $333,707 $30,064 11.1
2212 Quay, NM $273,386 $24,637 11.1
2213 Eureka, NV $403,328 $36,350 11.1
2214 Somerset, MD $308,499 $27,805 11.1
2215 Fisher, TX $360,846 $32,523 11.1
2216 Jackson, GA $506,054 $45,623 11.1
2217 Adair, OK $323,077 $29,128 11.1
2218 Izard, AR $263,374 $23,746 11.1
2219 Fannin, TX $413,716 $37,316 11.1
2220 Lynn, TX $418,908 $37,802 11.1
2221 Nez Perce, ID $481,917 $43,489 11.1
2222 Otero, NM $338,304 $30,537 11.1
2223 Cherokee, NC $312,425 $28,210 11.1
2224 Mitchell, NC $295,308 $26,677 11.1
2225 Posey, IN $588,236 $53,181 11.1
2226 Labette, KS $410,166 $37,094 11.1
2227 Ramsey, ND $599,028 $54,175 11.1
2228 Schoolcraft, MI $348,292 $31,499 11.1
2229 Logan, OH $453,932 $41,067 11.1
2230 Logan, AR $311,538 $28,189 11.1
2231 Lauderdale, TN $291,023 $26,342 11.0
2232 Pender, NC $466,558 $42,248 11.0
2233 Avoyelles, LA $363,130 $32,910 11.0
2234 Lafayette, FL $256,028 $23,225 11.0
2235 Boise, ID $466,426 $42,332 11.0
2236 Livingston, IL $458,357 $41,604 11.0
2237 Russell, VA $307,778 $27,955 11.0
2238 Morrow, OH $453,206 $41,171 11.0
2239 Douglas, GA $453,450 $41,201 11.0
2240 St Charles, LA $674,391 $61,287 11.0
2241 Upshur, WV $378,495 $34,398 11.0
2242 Snyder, PA $446,500 $40,586 11.0
2243 Douglas, WI $448,164 $40,743 11.0
2244 Ketchikan Gateway, AK $693,912 $63,095 11.0
2245 Cass, TX $370,398 $33,707 11.0
2246 Vernon, WI $427,278 $38,892 11.0
2247 Franklin, TN $422,373 $38,447 11.0
2248 Putnam, IL $492,327 $44,826 11.0
2249 Marlboro, SC $232,769 $21,203 11.0
2250 Lawrence, OH $378,474 $34,480 11.0
2251 Lagrange, IN $557,969 $50,841 11.0
2252 Maury, TN $501,397 $45,697 11.0
2253 Johnson, GA $233,227 $21,259 11.0
2254 Shenandoah, VA $472,647 $43,104 11.0
2255 Roane, TN $430,182 $39,233 11.0
2256 Henry, GA $523,592 $47,753 11.0
2257 Lamar, GA $330,874 $30,178 11.0
2258 Scotland, MO $346,597 $31,617 11.0
2259 Hancock, IL $390,877 $35,666 11.0
2260 Washington, IL $496,864 $45,345 11.0
2261 Lonoke, AR $483,864 $44,169 11.0
2262 Newton, MS $352,378 $32,193 10.9
2263 Webster, WV $225,062 $20,564 10.9
2264 Fairfield, OH $580,858 $53,080 10.9
2265 Breathitt, KY $226,374 $20,687 10.9
2266 Talladega, AL $332,397 $30,380 10.9
2267 Covington, MS $336,093 $30,733 10.9
2268 Wolfe, KY $201,202 $18,401 10.9
2269 Ashley, AR $347,296 $31,776 10.9
2270 Stafford, KS $451,516 $41,320 10.9
2271 Meigs, TN $383,742 $35,120 10.9
2272 Hickman, TN $342,333 $31,332 10.9
2273 Henry, IN $417,916 $38,272 10.9
2274 Lunenburg, VA $333,113 $30,508 10.9
2275 Day, SD $446,500 $40,907 10.9
2276 Clarion, PA $373,945 $34,268 10.9
2277 Fulton, OH $510,493 $46,804 10.9
2278 Ford, IL $425,359 $39,003 10.9
2279 Winnebago, IA $498,409 $45,723 10.9
2280 Howard, IA $498,796 $45,774 10.9
2281 Dickson, TN $464,288 $42,630 10.9
2282 Latimer, OK $402,930 $36,999 10.9
2283 Shawano, WI $426,760 $39,191 10.9
2284 Stephens, TX $348,674 $32,046 10.9
2285 Uinta, WY $656,329 $60,323 10.9
2286 Warren, IN $481,675 $44,276 10.9
2287 Windham, CT $510,916 $46,973 10.9
2288 Pinal, AZ $369,463 $33,982 10.9
2289 Wapello, IA $429,145 $39,473 10.9
2290 Choctaw, OK $335,993 $30,914 10.9
2291 Jennings, IN $390,429 $35,926 10.9
2292 Macon, MO $351,696 $32,366 10.9
2293 Marshall, IL $451,532 $41,591 10.9
2294 Parke, IN $399,237 $36,777 10.9
2295 Guadalupe, TX $639,441 $58,943 10.8
2296 Crawford, IA $529,982 $48,880 10.8
2297 Elbert, CO $891,282 $82,228 10.8
2298 Assumption, LA $476,032 $43,929 10.8
2299 Coshocton, OH $366,674 $33,843 10.8
2300 Unicoi, TN $334,386 $30,866 10.8
2301 Baker, OR $302,569 $27,939 10.8
2302 Pottawattamie, IA $534,374 $49,375 10.8
2303 Montgomery, TN $443,987 $41,034 10.8
2304 Cochise, AZ $348,889 $32,249 10.8
2305 Tioga, NY $389,796 $36,076 10.8
2306 Bates, MO $358,031 $33,139 10.8
2307 Schuyler, NY $348,410 $32,261 10.8
2308 Collingsworth, TX $377,131 $34,950 10.8
2309 Monroe, MI $502,631 $46,596 10.8
2310 Elk, KS $333,288 $30,907 10.8
2311 Jefferson, OH $375,522 $34,825 10.8
2312 Allen, KY $303,071 $28,129 10.8
2313 Simpson, MS $329,093 $30,554 10.8
2314 Mclean, KY $365,682 $33,953 10.8
2315 Wythe, VA $356,251 $33,100 10.8
2316 Monroe, PA $533,221 $49,566 10.8
2317 McLeod, MN $498,499 $46,339 10.8
2318 Elko, NV $557,290 $51,808 10.8
2319 Fayette, AL $278,103 $25,857 10.8
2320 Iron, MO $267,049 $24,844 10.7
2321 Nuckolls, NE $396,766 $36,922 10.7
2322 Willacy, TX $325,181 $30,265 10.7
2323 Lincoln, AR $329,556 $30,695 10.7
2324 Orange, VA $575,287 $53,598 10.7
2325 Union, IA $421,960 $39,317 10.7
2326 Schleicher, TX $427,546 $39,839 10.7
2327 Richland, IL $373,728 $34,828 10.7
2328 Logan, OK $673,594 $62,779 10.7
2329 Lawrence, TN $332,497 $31,015 10.7
2330 Waseca, MN $471,681 $44,003 10.7
2331 St Charles, MO $734,317 $68,511 10.7
2332 Andrew, MO $516,092 $48,154 10.7
2333 Warren, IL $396,084 $36,972 10.7
2334 Edwards, KS $503,124 $46,976 10.7
2335 Bedford, PA $383,324 $35,793 10.7
2336 Pottawatomie, OK $470,949 $43,998 10.7
2337 Grant, AR $430,404 $40,216 10.7
2338 Cochran, TX $357,184 $33,392 10.7
2339 Pierce, ND $486,506 $45,488 10.7
2340 Huntingdon, PA $377,047 $35,256 10.7
2341 Fayette, IN $336,496 $31,472 10.7
2342 Scott, MS $336,412 $31,466 10.7
2343 Torrance, NM $278,223 $26,024 10.7
2344 Atchison, KS $469,875 $43,961 10.7
2345 Mason, WA $425,784 $39,846 10.7
2346 Deuel, NE $462,874 $43,323 10.7
2347 Frederick, VA $647,520 $60,617 10.7
2348 Mitchell, TX $393,394 $36,840 10.7
2349 Greene, AL $241,270 $22,599 10.7
2350 Howard, IN $438,328 $41,073 10.7
2351 Huntington, IN $437,730 $41,020 10.7
2352 Waynesboro City, VA $404,655 $37,950 10.7
2353 Monroe, AR $254,404 $23,863 10.7
2354 Thomas, KS $547,857 $51,425 10.7
2355 Todd, MN $355,600 $33,410 10.6
2356 Simpson, KY $384,984 $36,202 10.6
2357 Washington, NC $272,310 $25,611 10.6
2358 Hoonah-Angoon Census Area, AK $398,996 $37,553 10.6
2359 Nevada, AR $291,580 $27,448 10.6
2360 Apache, AZ $319,373 $30,075 10.6
2361 Texas, MO $281,488 $26,515 10.6
2362 Boone, WV $282,345 $26,610 10.6
2363 Gloucester, NJ $631,580 $59,527 10.6
2364 Wayne, NE $507,817 $47,864 10.6
2365 Wayne, GA $322,833 $30,430 10.6
2366 Polk, MN $459,241 $43,294 10.6
2367 Quitman, GA $183,434 $17,298 10.6
2368 Washington, IA $533,841 $50,350 10.6
2369 Washington, NY $350,350 $33,058 10.6
2370 Pondera, MT $388,499 $36,658 10.6
2371 Giles, TN $378,810 $35,747 10.6
2372 Chambers, AL $274,855 $25,953 10.6
2373 Robertson, TX $422,895 $39,956 10.6
2374 Ross, OH $396,998 $37,547 10.6
2375 Person, NC $368,863 $34,892 10.6
2376 Rhea, TN $361,127 $34,193 10.6
2377 Cumberland, VA $330,243 $31,269 10.6
2378 Conejos, CO $294,163 $27,854 10.6
2379 Montmorency, MI $275,610 $26,121 10.6
2380 Caldwell, KY $331,345 $31,424 10.5
2381 Clay, MN $508,540 $48,242 10.5
2382 Adams, ID $372,741 $35,396 10.5
2383 Lyon, KS $427,645 $40,628 10.5
2384 Ascension, LA $689,149 $65,491 10.5
2385 Magoffin, KY $219,469 $20,859 10.5
2386 Mcclain, OK $694,669 $66,050 10.5
2387 Liberty, FL $267,497 $25,445 10.5
2388 McCurtain, OK $335,979 $31,969 10.5
2389 Pershing, NV $312,708 $29,762 10.5
2390 Yoakum, TX $595,181 $56,648 10.5
2391 Itawamba, MS $325,530 $30,987 10.5
2392 Blackford, IN $341,911 $32,558 10.5
2393 Shelby, IN $468,963 $44,678 10.5
2394 Tishomingo, MS $293,027 $27,920 10.5
2395 Benton, IN $413,899 $39,458 10.5
2396 Paulding, OH $396,300 $37,783 10.5
2397 Jim Hogg, TX $353,736 $33,736 10.5
2398 Pierce, NE $569,828 $54,375 10.5
2399 Ford, KS $524,547 $50,056 10.5
2400 Rockdale, GA $419,989 $40,089 10.5
2401 Franklin, MS $313,857 $29,959 10.5
2402 Harrison, IA $511,433 $48,834 10.5
2403 Moffat, CO $484,970 $46,317 10.5
2404 Cheatham, TN $518,563 $49,534 10.5
2405 Norman, MN $419,102 $40,066 10.5
2406 St James, LA $525,975 $50,312 10.5
2407 Jefferson, MT $565,223 $54,078 10.5
2408 Dickenson, VA $237,038 $22,684 10.4
2409 Ashland, WI $354,979 $33,995 10.4
2410 Franklin, PA $491,195 $47,046 10.4
2411 Gloucester, VA $545,557 $52,287 10.4
2412 Sandusky, OH $435,614 $41,755 10.4
2413 Wayne, WV $294,467 $28,227 10.4
2414 Lewis, MO $350,732 $33,626 10.4
2415 Botetourt, VA $584,203 $56,027 10.4
2416 Allen, LA $383,886 $36,823 10.4
2417 Calhoun, TX $458,537 $43,993 10.4
2418 Benton, TN $296,349 $28,437 10.4
2419 Jasper, IA $514,629 $49,387 10.4
2420 Franklin, VT $510,741 $49,030 10.4
2421 Okmulgee, OK $387,153 $37,171 10.4
2422 Newton, GA $395,410 $37,972 10.4
2423 Greene, NC $283,681 $27,244 10.4
2424 Juniata, PA $397,781 $38,210 10.4
2425 Mille Lacs, MN $413,394 $39,719 10.4
2426 Benton, MS $270,284 $25,976 10.4
2427 Cocke, TN $260,660 $25,062 10.4
2428 Noble, OK $486,560 $46,785 10.4
2429 Ogle, IL $462,895 $44,514 10.4
2430 Van Buren, AR $298,431 $28,708 10.4
2431 Buckingham, VA $345,511 $33,262 10.4
2432 Matagorda, TX $485,322 $46,726 10.4
2433 Nome, AK $502,918 $48,445 10.4
2434 Johnston, NC $489,719 $47,176 10.4
2435 Price, WI $356,605 $34,359 10.4
2436 Adams, OH $302,378 $29,157 10.4
2437 Luna, NM $261,232 $25,206 10.4
2438 Sac, IA $474,018 $45,762 10.4
2439 Mason, WV $302,184 $29,178 10.4
2440 St Bernard, LA $360,416 $34,812 10.4
2441 Bullock, AL $242,480 $23,421 10.4
2442 McKinley, NM $394,741 $38,163 10.3
2443 Fairfax City, VA $966,229 $93,438 10.3
2444 Marion, OH $365,761 $35,374 10.3
2445 Green, KY $257,751 $24,930 10.3
2446 Anson, NC $257,201 $24,883 10.3
2447 Lincoln, TN $380,711 $36,847 10.3
2448 Howard, MO $380,048 $36,791 10.3
2449 Massac, IL $325,837 $31,551 10.3
2450 Grant, WI $418,333 $40,507 10.3
2451 Oxford, ME $362,112 $35,076 10.3
2452 Perry, AR $349,801 $33,884 10.3
2453 Smith, TN $369,963 $35,847 10.3
2454 Park, CO $450,462 $43,654 10.3
2455 Sherburne, MN $661,346 $64,128 10.3
2456 Boone, IA $552,122 $53,594 10.3
2457 Lamoure, ND $562,839 $54,637 10.3
2458 Powell, MT $366,162 $35,547 10.3
2459 Luce, MI $301,478 $29,292 10.3
2460 Hancock, TN $201,259 $19,556 10.3
2461 Beaver, PA $454,054 $44,121 10.3
2462 Graham, AZ $331,910 $32,257 10.3
2463 Logan, ND $436,842 $42,483 10.3
2464 Atchison, MO $379,140 $36,884 10.3
2465 Donley, TX $327,957 $31,915 10.3
2466 Jackson, SD $315,968 $30,753 10.3
2467 Loudoun, VA $1,284,920 $125,091 10.3
2468 Meade, SD $533,229 $51,916 10.3
2469 Currituck, NC $500,006 $48,701 10.3
2470 Hancock, IN $623,244 $60,721 10.3
2471 Sherman, KS $369,447 $35,995 10.3
2472 Rosebud, MT $474,975 $46,281 10.3
2473 Lucas, IA $398,500 $38,846 10.3
2474 Wheeler, GA $218,399 $21,290 10.3
2475 Williamson, TX $769,587 $75,032 10.3
2476 Carlton, MN $462,480 $45,103 10.3
2477 Kent, DE $437,703 $42,702 10.3
2478 Carter, KY $290,552 $28,348 10.2
2479 Harlan, NE $403,219 $39,343 10.2
2480 Marshall, IA $497,579 $48,597 10.2
2481 Steele, MN $505,572 $49,414 10.2
2482 Richland, ND $612,682 $59,909 10.2
2483 George, MS $422,674 $41,339 10.2
2484 Washington, AL $376,105 $36,805 10.2
2485 Poweshiek, IA $498,290 $48,773 10.2
2486 Sevier, AR $291,444 $28,530 10.2
2487 Mifflin, PA $342,801 $33,569 10.2
2488 Bland, VA $337,959 $33,114 10.2
2489 Franklin, IL $303,933 $29,783 10.2
2490 Haskell, KS $573,349 $56,203 10.2
2491 Baker, FL $346,553 $33,979 10.2
2492 Kimball, NE $416,736 $40,864 10.2
2493 Lincoln, OK $417,444 $40,935 10.2
2494 Armstrong, PA $377,817 $37,098 10.2
2495 Hardeman, TX $293,640 $28,838 10.2
2496 Augusta, VA $473,342 $46,514 10.2
2497 Warren, NJ $565,605 $55,590 10.2
2498 Shelby, MO $339,578 $33,386 10.2
2499 Jackson, KY $201,206 $19,783 10.2
2500 Perquimans, NC $354,414 $34,854 10.2
2501 Seward, NE $615,618 $60,549 10.2
2502 Macon, TN $293,244 $28,845 10.2
2503 Cass, NE $673,404 $66,248 10.2
2504 Wayne, NY $374,800 $36,880 10.2
2505 Platte, WY $517,804 $50,957 10.2
2506 Newton, AR $224,938 $22,155 10.2
2507 Poquoson City, VA $739,089 $72,818 10.1
2508 Benton, IA $573,957 $56,555 10.1
2509 Granville, NC $429,345 $42,326 10.1
2510 Garden, NE $367,747 $36,278 10.1
2511 Kewaunee, WI $488,507 $48,217 10.1
2512 Lawrence, IL $385,707 $38,080 10.1
2513 Franklin City, VA $350,536 $34,630 10.1
2514 Wakulla, FL $343,815 $33,973 10.1
2515 Bastrop, TX $505,486 $49,958 10.1
2516 Schuyler, MO $254,067 $25,124 10.1
2517 Keith, NE $401,312 $39,690 10.1
2518 Greene, IA $441,857 $43,703 10.1
2519 Callaway, MO $408,561 $40,441 10.1
2520 Isanti, MN $513,644 $50,881 10.1
2521 Barbour, WV $304,936 $30,268 10.1
2522 Charlton, GA $261,566 $25,970 10.1
2523 Bleckley, GA $348,323 $34,586 10.1
2524 Johnson, MO $384,358 $38,169 10.1
2525 Hanson, SD $931,097 $92,472 10.1
2526 Wyoming, NY $342,700 $34,055 10.1
2527 Hill, MT $426,669 $42,400 10.1
2528 Taliaferro, GA $192,958 $19,183 10.1
2529 Southampton, VA $401,773 $39,955 10.1
2530 Seneca, OH $387,563 $38,662 10.0
2531 Murray, MN $424,846 $42,422 10.0
2532 Page, VA $353,936 $35,358 10.0
2533 Crittenden, KY $292,493 $29,222 10.0
2534 Fulton, IL $336,483 $33,639 10.0
2535 Otero, CO $288,984 $28,899 10.0
2536 Maries, MO $296,492 $29,657 10.0
2537 Carroll, IN $443,125 $44,364 10.0
2538 Pocahontas, WV $269,278 $26,960 10.0
2539 Houston, GA $437,365 $43,792 10.0
2540 Clay, KS $460,636 $46,138 10.0
2541 Ashtabula, OH $344,033 $34,464 10.0
2542 Lincoln, CO $402,267 $40,301 10.0
2543 Hampshire, WV $279,098 $27,967 10.0
2544 Mills, IA $624,567 $62,603 10.0
2545 Wyoming, WV $226,237 $22,687 10.0
2546 Page, IA $401,608 $40,276 10.0
2547 Franklin, NC $367,005 $36,825 10.0
2548 Cowley, KS $434,661 $43,646 10.0
2549 Val Verde, TX $422,754 $42,473 10.0
2550 Calhoun, IL $361,515 $36,323 10.0
2551 Greensville, VA $288,900 $29,032 10.0
2552 Boundary, ID $383,796 $38,575 9.9
2553 McMinn, TN $348,858 $35,070 9.9
2554 Sandoval, NM $497,651 $50,039 9.9
2555 Owen, IN $341,428 $34,332 9.9
2556 Cass, IA $419,061 $42,142 9.9
2557 Tuscola, MI $333,296 $33,523 9.9
2558 Sweetwater, WY $671,027 $67,566 9.9
2559 Catahoula, LA $313,361 $31,558 9.9
2560 Dillingham, AK $557,820 $56,190 9.9
2561 Watonwan, MN $405,257 $40,823 9.9
2562 Atkinson, GA $230,630 $23,233 9.9
2563 Oconto, WI $448,055 $45,160 9.9
2564 Pickaway, OH $466,243 $47,019 9.9
2565 Pulaski, VA $330,399 $33,324 9.9
2566 Marshall, OK $374,684 $37,792 9.9
2567 Carroll, MO $367,414 $37,071 9.9
2568 Decatur, KS $322,928 $32,584 9.9
2569 Orange, TX $458,782 $46,309 9.9
2570 Forest, PA $319,044 $32,216 9.9
2571 Allamakee, IA $406,509 $41,058 9.9
2572 Jefferson Davis, LA $404,887 $40,910 9.9
2573 Pontotoc, MS $347,870 $35,149 9.9
2574 Robertson, TN $474,413 $47,938 9.9
2575 Logan, KS $482,935 $48,816 9.9
2576 Perry, OH $343,050 $34,699 9.9
2577 Lewis, NY $306,123 $30,967 9.9
2578 Clinton, IA $448,466 $45,369 9.9
2579 Brown, IL $351,287 $35,587 9.9
2580 Gibson, IN $443,985 $44,981 9.9
2581 Holmes, MS $226,752 $22,980 9.9
2582 Okfuskee, OK $334,531 $33,939 9.9
2583 Kaufman, TX $579,336 $58,792 9.9
2584 Washington, IN $348,296 $35,359 9.9
2585 Columbia, OR $442,232 $44,923 9.8
2586 Coke, TX $293,801 $29,866 9.8
2587 Wagoner, OK $564,525 $57,391 9.8
2588 Fremont, IA $456,341 $46,395 9.8
2589 Polk, NE $532,108 $54,103 9.8
2590 Hughes, OK $352,959 $35,890 9.8
2591 Yuba, CA $301,541 $30,669 9.8
2592 Gilliam, OR $326,501 $33,217 9.8
2593 Chattooga, GA $243,913 $24,844 9.8
2594 Monroe, WV $258,352 $26,317 9.8
2595 Jackson, OH $309,309 $31,516 9.8
2596 Adams, CO $548,430 $55,944 9.8
2597 Valley, NE $387,525 $39,548 9.8
2598 Woodson, KS $311,645 $31,809 9.8
2599 Clinton, PA $362,821 $37,049 9.8
2600 Evangeline, LA $352,332 $35,983 9.8
2601 Mitchell, IA $475,544 $48,567 9.8
2602 Caroline, MD $397,822 $40,653 9.8
2603 Jewell, KS $355,259 $36,319 9.8
2604 Cavalier, ND $611,027 $62,469 9.8
2605 Ziebach, SD $169,806 $17,367 9.8
2606 Churchill, NV $338,437 $34,630 9.8
2607 Cherokee, OK $390,490 $39,958 9.8
2608 Marshall, MS $289,838 $29,673 9.8
2609 Clark, IN $457,710 $46,900 9.8
2610 Teller, CO $514,066 $52,739 9.7
2611 Gentry, MO $294,934 $30,266 9.7
2612 Bourbon, KS $348,253 $35,739 9.7
2613 San Augustine, TX $320,904 $32,951 9.7
2614 Lane, KS $415,346 $42,661 9.7
2615 Dewey, SD $471,412 $48,438 9.7
2616 Jefferson, WI $490,938 $50,446 9.7
2617 Louisa, VA $490,510 $50,421 9.7
2618 Cheyenne, KS $357,753 $36,784 9.7
2619 Jasper, IL $389,357 $40,053 9.7
2620 Clay, IN $368,963 $37,995 9.7
2621 Solano, CA $525,617 $54,149 9.7
2622 De Soto, MS $468,538 $48,278 9.7
2623 Hendricks, IN $639,629 $65,991 9.7
2624 Forest, WI $378,719 $39,073 9.7
2625 Copiah, MS $310,517 $32,043 9.7
2626 Grant, WV $346,711 $35,795 9.7
2627 Preston, WV $348,384 $35,974 9.7
2628 Lake, MN $361,537 $37,349 9.7
2629 Valencia, NM $319,413 $33,014 9.7
2630 Morgan, MO $279,509 $28,902 9.7
2631 Major, OK $521,615 $53,947 9.7
2632 Haskell, OK $300,658 $31,125 9.7
2633 Harvey, KS $482,019 $49,950 9.7
2634 St John The Baptist, LA $433,159 $44,887 9.6
2635 Frederick, MD $669,385 $69,378 9.6
2636 Hutchinson, SD $469,418 $48,655 9.6
2637 Adams, WA $412,097 $42,733 9.6
2638 Knox, NE $384,002 $39,830 9.6
2639 Warren, IA $635,736 $65,968 9.6
2640 Bryan, GA $571,468 $59,310 9.6
2641 Jersey, IL $382,389 $39,691 9.6
2642 Grant, KY $386,754 $40,195 9.6
2643 Lawrence, AL $292,093 $30,386 9.6
2644 Colfax, NE $512,923 $53,381 9.6
2645 Hettinger, ND $579,578 $60,323 9.6
2646 Tama, IA $468,385 $48,754 9.6
2647 Wrangell City and Borough, AK $372,505 $38,793 9.6
2648 Screven, GA $262,629 $27,357 9.6
2649 West Baton Rouge, LA $521,663 $54,342 9.6
2650 St Helena, LA $358,465 $37,353 9.6
2651 Giles, VA $329,335 $34,340 9.6
2652 Doniphan, KS $407,333 $42,477 9.6
2653 Rock, MN $403,657 $42,124 9.6
2654 Marion, WV $375,155 $39,170 9.6
2655 Martin, NC $280,837 $29,327 9.6
2656 West Carroll, LA $323,434 $33,776 9.6
2657 North Slope, AK $765,364 $79,959 9.6
2658 Lamar, AL $239,014 $24,971 9.6
2659 Lincoln, NV $267,357 $27,946 9.6
2660 Cannon, TN $336,659 $35,212 9.6
2661 Lyon, NV $333,850 $34,922 9.6
2662 Jones, GA $367,776 $38,475 9.6
2663 Dewey, OK $539,697 $56,471 9.6
2664 Monroe, MO $319,200 $33,443 9.5
2665 Estill, KY $237,054 $24,841 9.5
2666 Haywood, TN $292,667 $30,680 9.5
2667 Henry, KY $362,243 $37,977 9.5
2668 Onslow, NC $356,935 $37,438 9.5
2669 White Pine, NV $393,417 $41,270 9.5
2670 Livingston, KY $315,560 $33,125 9.5
2671 Culpeper, VA $557,899 $58,625 9.5
2672 Harford, MD $625,655 $65,746 9.5
2673 Calhoun, AR $284,018 $29,867 9.5
2674 Chariton, MO $357,608 $37,614 9.5
2675 Terry, TX $334,207 $35,182 9.5
2676 Rockcastle, KY $230,074 $24,229 9.5
2677 Wright, IA $415,435 $43,760 9.5
2678 Rio Arriba, NM $318,215 $33,521 9.5
2679 Scott, IL $358,900 $37,821 9.5
2680 Wilson, TX $563,045 $59,370 9.5
2681 Harrison, KY $334,257 $35,262 9.5
2682 Little River, AR $287,555 $30,348 9.5
2683 Glacier, MT $297,618 $31,484 9.5
2684 Dorchester, SC $431,479 $45,657 9.5
2685 San Juan, UT $313,260 $33,159 9.4
2686 Jackson, TN $241,008 $25,525 9.4
2687 Lawrence, MS $312,206 $33,081 9.4
2688 Union, SC $212,199 $22,489 9.4
2689 Beaver, UT $346,588 $36,738 9.4
2690 Graham, KS $372,555 $39,505 9.4
2691 Hot Spring, AR $299,831 $31,817 9.4
2692 Caroline, VA $447,563 $47,512 9.4
2693 Eddy, ND $437,500 $46,464 9.4
2694 Dawson, NE $454,094 $48,250 9.4
2695 Perry, IN $368,255 $39,142 9.4
2696 Tipton, TN $407,644 $43,331 9.4
2697 Highland, OH $303,117 $32,232 9.4
2698 Hardy, WV $321,997 $34,243 9.4
2699 Twiggs, GA $273,812 $29,125 9.4
2700 Starke, IN $340,467 $36,216 9.4
2701 Cooper, MO $355,424 $37,821 9.4
2702 Pike, OH $298,341 $31,761 9.4
2703 Clearwater, ID $301,588 $32,112 9.4
2704 Hitchcock, NE $336,177 $35,823 9.4
2705 Phillips, MT $321,133 $34,286 9.4
2706 Salem, NJ $439,112 $46,883 9.4
2707 Warren, GA $230,831 $24,647 9.4
2708 Newton, TX $319,889 $34,164 9.4
2709 Barber, KS $447,708 $47,823 9.4
2710 Isle of Wight, VA $575,041 $61,449 9.4
2711 Nemaha, NE $449,776 $48,114 9.3
2712 Hardeman, TN $281,622 $30,130 9.3
2713 Perry, MO $372,632 $39,877 9.3
2714 Lawrence, IN $344,791 $36,928 9.3
2715 Webster, NE $357,395 $38,283 9.3
2716 Pawnee, OK $381,769 $40,949 9.3
2717 Todd, SD $240,070 $25,753 9.3
2718 Amelia, VA $433,272 $46,502 9.3
2719 Nowata, OK $379,948 $40,782 9.3
2720 Morrow, OR $372,009 $39,948 9.3
2721 Saline, AR $463,608 $49,800 9.3
2722 Broadwater, MT $358,199 $38,488 9.3
2723 Alexander, IL $211,755 $22,754 9.3
2724 Robertson, KY $232,230 $24,956 9.3
2725 Pendleton, KY $352,270 $37,864 9.3
2726 Decatur, IN $401,705 $43,192 9.3
2727 Iowa, IA $491,340 $52,854 9.3
2728 Cloud, KS $341,680 $36,765 9.3
2729 Scott, KY $489,553 $52,692 9.3
2730 Walsh, ND $484,161 $52,121 9.3
2731 Frontier, NE $389,123 $41,900 9.3
2732 Millard, UT $371,121 $39,962 9.3
2733 Jackson, LA $342,710 $36,903 9.3
2734 Polk, GA $273,907 $29,499 9.3
2735 Carroll, TN $285,995 $30,802 9.3
2736 Chesapeake City, VA $564,895 $60,842 9.3
2737 Trempealeau, WI $431,445 $46,499 9.3
2738 Pine, MN $327,591 $35,308 9.3
2739 Greer, OK $281,329 $30,326 9.3
2740 Cibola, NM $256,882 $27,712 9.3
2741 Taylor, WV $337,951 $36,474 9.3
2742 Dawson, MT $415,646 $44,879 9.3
2743 Washington, MO $235,074 $25,384 9.3
2744 McNairy, TN $277,717 $30,020 9.3
2745 Kingman, KS $445,464 $48,185 9.2
2746 East Feliciana, LA $388,622 $42,049 9.2
2747 Davis, IA $389,551 $42,162 9.2
2748 Seward, KS $453,262 $49,066 9.2
2749 Spencer, IN $416,482 $45,101 9.2
2750 Pope, IL $271,553 $29,431 9.2
2751 Leslie, KY $207,089 $22,450 9.2
2752 Switzerland, IN $281,677 $30,561 9.2
2753 Crawford, GA $272,336 $29,578 9.2
2754 Menominee, WI $336,945 $36,614 9.2
2755 Webster, KY $329,603 $35,834 9.2
2756 Oswego, NY $315,860 $34,344 9.2
2757 Morgan, IN $464,872 $50,592 9.2
2758 Warren, VA $487,512 $53,059 9.2
2759 Alleghany, VA $326,780 $35,579 9.2
2760 Kiowa, OK $283,816 $30,934 9.2
2761 Rusk, WI $293,730 $32,055 9.2
2762 Scott, AR $226,206 $24,692 9.2
2763 Alger, MI $317,834 $34,710 9.2
2764 Adams, IA $357,851 $39,101 9.2
2765 Lafayette, MO $354,426 $38,728 9.2
2766 Larue, KY $315,880 $34,552 9.1
2767 La Salle, LA $359,273 $39,304 9.1
2768 Orleans, NY $283,402 $31,028 9.1
2769 Perry, IL $305,700 $33,502 9.1
2770 Appomattox, VA $355,046 $38,921 9.1
2771 Paulding, GA $429,584 $47,216 9.1
2772 Lewis, ID $315,862 $34,733 9.1
2773 Dickinson, KS $401,751 $44,271 9.1
2774 Moore, TX $419,641 $46,254 9.1
2775 Dodge, MN $493,512 $54,408 9.1
2776 Marion, KS $391,408 $43,186 9.1
2777 Carroll, MD $647,571 $71,569 9.0
2778 Clay, IL $295,177 $32,625 9.0
2779 Canadian, OK $686,709 $75,914 9.0
2780 Lake, CO $327,983 $36,281 9.0
2781 Taylor, IA $322,778 $35,731 9.0
2782 Hardin, OH $327,545 $36,269 9.0
2783 Edmonson, KY $255,256 $28,273 9.0
2784 Greene, IL $274,606 $30,467 9.0
2785 Champaign, OH $374,800 $41,593 9.0
2786 Harrison, IN $408,748 $45,369 9.0
2787 Cecil, MD $464,736 $51,594 9.0
2788 McPherson, SD $370,450 $41,135 9.0
2789 Meade, KY $365,887 $40,642 9.0
2790 Essex, VT $255,585 $28,393 9.0
2791 Brunswick, VA $282,075 $31,355 9.0
2792 Buffalo, WI $355,898 $39,562 9.0
2793 York, VA $639,563 $71,140 9.0
2794 Norton City, VA $252,204 $28,095 9.0
2795 Maverick, TX $349,678 $38,976 9.0
2796 Crawford, OH $300,771 $33,547 9.0
2797 Clay, WV $219,016 $24,440 9.0
2798 Dale, AL $290,288 $32,415 9.0
2799 Polk, TN $280,172 $31,286 9.0
2800 Dawes, NE $331,169 $37,008 8.9
2801 Portsmouth City, VA $333,770 $37,339 8.9
2802 Fluvanna, VA $469,795 $52,578 8.9
2803 Big Horn, MT $332,843 $37,261 8.9
2804 Calhoun, IA $401,337 $44,954 8.9
2805 Menard, IL $432,485 $48,448 8.9
2806 Matanuska Susitna, AK $668,718 $74,918 8.9
2807 Cameron, PA $288,320 $32,324 8.9
2808 Fleming, KY $265,517 $29,800 8.9
2809 Wayne, IA $307,465 $34,509 8.9
2810 Clinton, IN $385,993 $43,332 8.9
2811 Nottoway, VA $291,394 $32,771 8.9
2812 Kinney, TX $364,267 $40,987 8.9
2813 Ontonagon, MI $215,089 $24,214 8.9
2814 Ness, KS $388,774 $43,790 8.9
2815 Mineral, NV $213,438 $24,067 8.9
2816 Sarpy, NE $671,616 $75,740 8.9
2817 Montgomery, IA $357,248 $40,341 8.9
2818 Perry, MS $270,809 $30,608 8.8
2819 Shelby, IL $325,952 $36,851 8.8
2820 Corson, SD $287,719 $32,542 8.8
2821 Houston, TN $281,541 $31,846 8.8
2822 Lincoln, ID $347,308 $39,331 8.8
2823 Lincoln, WV $236,944 $26,840 8.8
2824 Boyd, NE $298,378 $33,823 8.8
2825 Benewah, ID $303,655 $34,430 8.8
2826 Furnas, NE $324,225 $36,786 8.8
2827 Clayton, GA $265,656 $30,156 8.8
2828 Appanoose, IA $289,450 $32,899 8.8
2829 Logan, IL $354,062 $40,247 8.8
2830 Greene, MS $304,872 $34,702 8.8
2831 Blaine, MT $289,761 $32,983 8.8
2832 Washington, ID $297,581 $33,893 8.8
2833 Meigs, OH $260,961 $29,727 8.8
2834 Butler, KY $245,411 $27,973 8.8
2835 Autauga, AL $383,767 $43,767 8.8
2836 Osage, MO $353,114 $40,272 8.8
2837 Putnam, IN $387,559 $44,204 8.8
2838 Lassen, CA $288,943 $32,970 8.8
2839 Rooks, KS $356,923 $40,796 8.7
2840 Nicholas, KY $241,034 $27,578 8.7
2841 Ste Genevieve, MO $367,652 $42,079 8.7
2842 Love, OK $443,194 $50,802 8.7
2843 Bennett, SD $289,173 $33,178 8.7
2844 Campbell, VA $337,729 $38,749 8.7
2845 Van Buren, TN $268,042 $30,800 8.7
2846 Elliott, KY $177,146 $20,405 8.7
2847 Swain, NC $347,003 $39,985 8.7
2848 Lincoln, MO $429,697 $49,534 8.7
2849 Scott, IN $309,620 $35,696 8.7
2850 Mercer, KY $309,865 $35,739 8.7
2851 Morgan, WV $277,066 $31,967 8.7
2852 Chattahoochee, GA $220,319 $25,428 8.7
2853 Franklin, KS $410,517 $47,423 8.7
2854 Humboldt, NV $403,927 $46,672 8.7
2855 Elmore, ID $322,438 $37,263 8.7
2856 Traill, ND $530,374 $61,322 8.6
2857 Garfield, WA $273,168 $31,600 8.6
2858 Warren, MO $415,496 $48,082 8.6
2859 Yalobusha, MS $231,758 $26,830 8.6
2860 Kiowa, KS $358,700 $41,536 8.6
2861 Choctaw, MS $233,124 $26,995 8.6
2862 Bledsoe, TN $245,363 $28,482 8.6
2863 Fountain, IN $313,338 $36,373 8.6
2864 Clark, MO $268,700 $31,192 8.6
2865 Delta, TX $282,685 $32,961 8.6
2866 Clarke, IA $358,856 $41,895 8.6
2867 Metcalfe, KY $202,323 $23,632 8.6
2868 Texas, OK $469,741 $54,895 8.6
2869 Henry, IA $388,291 $45,386 8.6
2870 Vermillion, IN $306,805 $35,863 8.6
2871 Rolette, ND $353,746 $41,404 8.5
2872 Roosevelt, MT $382,900 $44,827 8.5
2873 Perry, AL $200,270 $23,462 8.5
2874 Cumberland, IL $312,214 $36,605 8.5
2875 Hidalgo, NM $216,837 $25,473 8.5
2876 Cass, IL $312,435 $36,735 8.5
2877 Dakota, NE $414,358 $48,736 8.5
2878 Jackson, OK $355,959 $41,875 8.5
2879 Jefferson, MO $419,895 $49,406 8.5
2880 Fulton, PA $326,591 $38,434 8.5
2881 Butte, ID $302,236 $35,568 8.5
2882 Sheridan, NE $332,051 $39,082 8.5
2883 Vinton, OH $253,653 $29,858 8.5
2884 Delaware, IA $420,594 $49,570 8.5
2885 Vernon, LA $339,796 $40,086 8.5
2886 Livingston, LA $423,219 $49,968 8.5
2887 Sargent, ND $480,848 $56,790 8.5
2888 Box Elder, UT $386,581 $45,688 8.5
2889 Socorro, NM $290,854 $34,380 8.5
2890 Pulaski, IL $233,208 $27,571 8.5
2891 Juneau, AK $656,469 $77,617 8.5
2892 Bear Lake, ID $318,293 $37,634 8.5
2893 Tucker, WV $264,193 $31,248 8.5
2894 Liberty, MT $267,636 $31,669 8.5
2895 Jefferson, WV $476,925 $56,457 8.4
2896 Glascock, GA $227,839 $26,982 8.4
2897 Smith, KS $324,351 $38,456 8.4
2898 Bon Homme, SD $382,420 $45,448 8.4
2899 Powell, KY $224,645 $26,713 8.4
2900 Carroll, KY $313,510 $37,284 8.4
2901 Sumner, KS $399,100 $47,492 8.4
2902 Dickey, ND $460,054 $54,775 8.4
2903 Wilcox, GA $201,877 $24,051 8.4
2904 Gates, NC $283,625 $33,801 8.4
2905 Anderson, KY $368,771 $43,994 8.4
2906 Greene, VA $432,885 $51,663 8.4
2907 Garfield, UT $292,974 $35,030 8.4
2908 Washita, OK $348,321 $41,696 8.4
2909 Wirt, WV $222,076 $26,590 8.4
2910 Ottawa, KS $371,963 $44,540 8.4
2911 Lewis, KY $199,413 $23,887 8.3
2912 Caddo, OK $334,485 $40,092 8.3
2913 Ray, MO $373,358 $44,774 8.3
2914 Hempstead, AR $250,532 $30,057 8.3
2915 Union, IN $292,170 $35,074 8.3
2916 Chester, TN $274,618 $33,023 8.3
2917 Hamilton, KS $321,667 $38,870 8.3
2918 Liberty, GA $245,057 $29,631 8.3
2919 Baraga, MI $267,443 $32,340 8.3
2920 Towner, ND $387,238 $46,853 8.3
2921 Custer, NE $369,137 $44,664 8.3
2922 Linn, KS $314,789 $38,108 8.3
2923 Trousdale, TN $321,328 $38,975 8.2
2924 Brooks, TX $279,607 $33,920 8.2
2925 Dinwiddie, VA $385,865 $46,832 8.2
2926 Bollinger, MO $224,989 $27,331 8.2
2927 Worth, MO $240,559 $29,227 8.2
2928 Hudspeth, TX $406,776 $49,509 8.2
2929 Perry, PA $364,473 $44,367 8.2
2930 Bath, KY $235,417 $28,751 8.2
2931 Hampton City, VA $337,006 $41,207 8.2
2932 Spotsylvania, VA $565,030 $69,111 8.2
2933 Faulk, SD $409,425 $50,131 8.2
2934 Sherman, NE $298,210 $36,644 8.1
2935 Mclean, ND $491,048 $60,390 8.1
2936 Owsley, KY $127,922 $15,772 8.1
2937 Craig, VA $272,623 $33,626 8.1
2938 Florence, WI $319,090 $39,371 8.1
2939 Brown, OH $296,422 $36,579 8.1
2940 King William, VA $444,349 $54,888 8.1
2941 Burt, NE $381,921 $47,182 8.1
2942 Adair, IA $335,297 $41,569 8.1
2943 Effingham, GA $397,240 $49,253 8.1
2944 Owen, KY $258,961 $32,152 8.1
2945 Edwards, IL $270,685 $33,637 8.0
2946 Bullitt, KY $389,390 $48,405 8.0
2947 Calvert, MD $618,229 $77,020 8.0
2948 Greene, IN $297,761 $37,212 8.0
2949 Grant, KS $429,615 $53,694 8.0
2950 Petersburg City, VA $240,193 $30,042 8.0
2951 Johnston, OK $291,512 $36,482 8.0
2952 Saline, NE $417,490 $52,322 8.0
2953 Jackson, KS $371,688 $46,599 8.0
2954 Tillman, OK $248,315 $31,135 8.0
2955 Dekalb, MO $290,064 $36,373 8.0
2956 Martin, IN $303,219 $38,061 8.0
2957 Grant, LA $320,661 $40,293 8.0
2958 Brantley, GA $198,225 $24,929 8.0
2959 Rio Blanco, CO $387,586 $48,825 7.9
2960 Cedar, IA $429,380 $54,185 7.9
2961 Miami, IN $294,011 $37,124 7.9
2962 Nance, NE $312,210 $39,445 7.9
2963 Camden, NC $376,324 $47,561 7.9
2964 Pocahontas, IA $349,250 $44,184 7.9
2965 Coffey, KS $422,849 $53,673 7.9
2966 Preble, OH $313,048 $39,811 7.9
2967 Rush, KS $293,383 $37,315 7.9
2968 Cleveland, AR $263,944 $33,614 7.9
2969 Morris, KS $338,023 $43,073 7.8
2970 Montgomery, MO $256,307 $32,670 7.8
2971 Coryell, TX $296,458 $37,826 7.8
2972 Morgan, OH $222,878 $28,453 7.8
2973 Berkeley, WV $354,849 $45,565 7.8
2974 Box Butte, NE $387,086 $49,910 7.8
2975 Kendall, IL $533,975 $69,347 7.7
2976 Howard, NE $370,138 $48,147 7.7
2977 Amherst, VA $291,414 $37,951 7.7
2978 Chambers, TX $608,305 $79,371 7.7
2979 Morgan, TN $234,369 $30,610 7.7
2980 Perkins, NE $383,322 $50,141 7.6
2981 Butler, IA $360,837 $47,215 7.6
2982 Hancock, KY $314,014 $41,092 7.6
2983 Griggs, ND $405,676 $53,151 7.6
2984 Ohio, IN $314,018 $41,324 7.6
2985 Tooele, UT $381,553 $50,383 7.6
2986 Stewart, TN $264,366 $34,924 7.6
2987 Johnson, IL $279,021 $36,881 7.6
2988 Cotton, OK $278,512 $36,842 7.6
2989 Louisa, IA $356,203 $47,136 7.6
2990 Keokuk, IA $304,927 $40,360 7.6
2991 Sussex, VA $315,439 $41,783 7.5
2992 Jefferson, KS $386,576 $51,520 7.5
2993 Osceola, IA $345,816 $46,203 7.5
2994 Covington City, VA $242,236 $32,415 7.5
2995 Steele, ND $381,774 $51,503 7.4
2996 Emery, UT $267,422 $36,089 7.4
2997 Butler, NE $348,530 $47,129 7.4
2998 Worth, IA $340,701 $46,127 7.4
2999 Carson, TX $363,377 $49,241 7.4
3000 Moore, TN $319,888 $43,508 7.4
3001 Aleutians West, AK $665,895 $90,787 7.3
3002 Camden, GA $278,439 $38,030 7.3
3003 Renville, ND $476,457 $65,317 7.3
3004 Trimble, KY $249,247 $34,197 7.3
3005 St Marys, MD $493,009 $67,692 7.3
3006 King and Queen, VA $272,072 $37,463 7.3
3007 Oneida, ID $269,947 $37,316 7.2
3008 Adams, ND $365,088 $50,544 7.2
3009 Prince William, VA $619,989 $86,044 7.2
3010 Bethel, AK $322,837 $44,818 7.2
3011 Menifee, KY $166,331 $23,099 7.2
3012 Hoke, NC $243,295 $33,905 7.2
3013 Ransom, ND $403,694 $56,358 7.2
3014 Pike, IN $291,874 $40,811 7.2
3015 Long, GA $196,417 $27,518 7.1
3016 Greeley, NE $280,879 $39,362 7.1
3017 Spencer, KY $389,657 $54,627 7.1
3018 Trego, KS $320,906 $44,999 7.1
3019 Crane, TX $396,323 $55,597 7.1
3020 Buena Vista City, VA $190,692 $26,814 7.1
3021 Crawford, IN $230,121 $32,600 7.1
3022 Oliver, ND $466,804 $66,404 7.0
3023 Los Alamos, NM $578,133 $82,406 7.0
3024 Greenlee, AZ $294,849 $42,108 7.0
3025 Morton, KS $345,603 $49,386 7.0
3026 Hamilton, NY $405,824 $58,021 7.0
3027 Mercer, ND $514,361 $73,567 7.0
3028 Hopewell City, VA $230,171 $33,011 7.0
3029 Manassas City, VA $489,289 $70,369 7.0
3030 Sullivan, MO $206,462 $29,759 6.9
3031 Leavenworth, KS $433,677 $62,759 6.9
3032 Petersburg Census Area, AK $435,844 $63,303 6.9
3033 Dixon, NE $331,643 $48,403 6.9
3034 Lincoln, KS $250,954 $36,701 6.8
3035 Prince George, VA $397,263 $58,237 6.8
3036 Surry, VA $297,159 $43,779 6.8
3037 Red Lake, MN $271,880 $40,067 6.8
3038 Starr, TX $232,921 $34,431 6.8
3039 Wabaunsee, KS $348,389 $51,966 6.7
3040 Harper, OK $322,645 $49,285 6.5
3041 Northwest Arctic, AK $347,718 $53,303 6.5
3042 Charles, MD $460,171 $70,658 6.5
3043 Wyandotte, KS $258,906 $39,770 6.5
3044 Yukon Koyukuk, AK $257,824 $39,777 6.5
3045 Prince Georges, MD $386,435 $59,818 6.5
3046 Sioux, ND $208,696 $32,511 6.4
3047 Culberson, TX $234,086 $36,716 6.4
3048 Osage, KS $281,343 $44,553 6.3
3049 Pulaski, MO $237,485 $38,486 6.2
3050 Southeast Fairbanks, AK $425,226 $69,401 6.1
3051 Gallatin, KY $212,894 $34,783 6.1
3052 Oglala Lakota, SD $203,645 $33,540 6.1
3053 Colonial Heights City, VA $271,066 $44,713 6.1
3054 Stafford, VA $508,887 $84,698 6.0
3055 Burke, ND $441,908 $78,557 5.6
3056 Manassas Park City, VA $362,129 $64,402 5.6
3057 Kusilvak Census Area, AK $183,884 $32,823 5.6
3058 Johnson, NE $234,896 $42,059 5.6
3059 King George, VA $402,710 $72,837 5.5
3060 Geary, KS $257,831 $47,429 5.4
3061 Valdez Cordova, AK $438,728 $82,065 5.3

Source: Authors’ analysis of county-level tax data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016

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Appendix Table B3

Income threshold of top 1% for all U.S. metropolitan areas, 2015

Rank (by top 1% income threshold) Metropolitan area Income threshold of top 1%
1 Jackson, WY-ID $1,702,255
2 Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT $1,447,109
3 Summit Park, UT $1,373,354
4 San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA $1,149,224
5 Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, FL $1,138,585
6 San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA $943,782
7 Key West, FL $937,101
8 Hailey, ID $837,668
9 Midland, TX $836,855
10 Edwards, CO $817,125
11 Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH $782,205
12 Boulder, CO $778,444
13 Steamboat Springs, CO $763,584
14 Glenwood Springs, CO $753,438
15 New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA $744,426
16 Trenton, NJ $708,736
17 Breckenridge, CO $705,417
18 Williston, ND $703,693
19 Sebastian-Vero Beach, FL $699,331
20 Napa, CA $673,132
21 Vineyard Haven, MA $669,310
22 Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA $664,710
23 Easton, MD $642,717
24 Charlottesville, VA $642,660
25 Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV $640,807
26 Austin-Round Rock, TX $631,933
27 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX $629,816
28 Gardnerville Ranchos, NV $626,486
29 Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL $596,476
30 Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA $591,500
31 Santa Maria-Santa Barbara, CA $589,715
32 Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA $587,105
33 Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI $586,182
34 Fredericksburg, TX $574,589
35 Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI $569,464
36 Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO $567,862
37 Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX $566,304
38 Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA $555,128
39 Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, AR-MO $554,634
40 North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FL $554,395
41 Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD $554,069
42 Heber, UT $550,812
43 Casper, WY $539,496
44 Bozeman, MT $537,618
45 Cape Coral-Fort Myers, FL $537,369
46 Ann Arbor, MI $536,609
47 San Diego-Carlsbad, CA $525,582
48 Sioux Falls, SD $522,215
49 Dickinson, ND $518,522
50 Hilton Head Island-Bluffton-Beaufort, SC $516,663
51 Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC $512,391
52 Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Franklin, TN $512,342
53 Raleigh, NC $504,404
54 Reno, NV $502,958
55 Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA $501,391
56 Fort Collins, CO $495,765
57 Anchorage, AK $495,028
58 Hartford-West Hartford-East Hartford, CT $492,920
59 Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA $490,517
60 Torrington, CT $489,153
61 Santa Rosa, CA $487,233
62 Midland, MI $483,806
63 Durham-Chapel Hill, NC $481,921
64 Santa Fe, NM $480,041
65 Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, MD $479,854
66 Madison, WI $477,996
67 Port St. Lucie, FL $476,699
68 Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis, WI $474,456
69 Des Moines-West Des Moines, IA $474,263
70 Durango, CO $473,783
71 St. Louis, MO-IL $472,979
72 Sheridan, WY $469,757
73 Spirit Lake, IA $469,618
74 Bend-Redmond, OR $468,020
75 Bismarck, ND $467,611
76 Barnstable Town, MA $466,395
77 New Haven-Milford, CT $463,530
78 Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN $461,991
79 Kansas City, MO-KS $460,800
80 Charleston-North Charleston, SC $454,908
81 Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin, FL $454,320
82 Richmond, VA $453,100
83 Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE-IA $452,928
84 Aberdeen, SD $451,946
85 Laconia, NH $451,659
86 Salinas, CA $449,997
87 Manchester-Nashua, NH $449,072
88 Fargo, ND-MN $448,869
89 Burlington-South Burlington, VT $445,056
90 Oxford, MS $443,630
91 Oklahoma City, OK $442,042
92 Provo-Orem, UT $440,747
93 Salt Lake City, UT $439,883
94 Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY $435,808
95 Claremont-Lebanon, NH-VT $435,498
96 Iowa City, IA $434,371
97 Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, IN $431,199
98 Birmingham-Hoover, AL $430,295
99 Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, MI $428,191
100 Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ $428,153
101 Gillette, WY $427,711
102 Grand Rapids-Wyoming, MI $427,287
103 Idaho Falls, ID $426,529
104 Jacksonville, FL $425,999
105 Tulsa, OK $424,854
106 Columbus, OH $424,552
107 Pittsburgh, PA $423,277
108 Brenham, TX $421,520
109 Georgetown, SC $418,134
110 San Antonio-New Braunfels, TX $416,614
111 Portland-South Portland, ME $416,094
112 Worcester, MA-CT $414,526
113 Traverse City, MI $414,268
114 Harrisburg-Carlisle, PA $413,617
115 Missoula, MT $413,433
116 Rochester, MN $412,605
117 Cleveland-Elyria, OH $412,544
118 Pinehurst-Southern Pines, NC $411,739
119 Warsaw, IN $411,632
120 Concord, NH $411,240
121 Columbia, MO $410,871
122 Green Bay, WI $410,059
123 Memphis, TN-MS-AR $409,169
124 Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, NV $409,069
125 Hood River, OR $408,685
126 Billings, MT $408,179
127 New Orleans-Metairie, LA $407,777
128 Morgantown, WV $407,379
129 Wilmington, NC $407,281
130 Kerrville, TX $405,776
131 San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles-Arroyo Grande, CA $405,520
132 Tyler, TX $405,264
133 Pierre, SD $404,807
134 Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL $404,575
135 Dubuque, IA $403,499
136 Bremerton-Silverdale, WA $402,858
137 Kapaa, HI $402,523
138 Appleton, WI $402,120
139 Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL $400,901
140 Norwich-New London, CT $399,480
141 Whitewater-Elkhorn, WI $399,435
142 Boise City, ID $399,272
143 Louisville/Jefferson County, KY-IN $399,139
144 Jasper, IN $398,533
145 Los Alamos, NM $398,050
146 The Villages, FL $397,748
147 Kalispell, MT $396,329
148 Keene, NH $395,790
149 Spearfish, SD $394,858
150 Lexington-Fayette, KY $393,863
151 Bellingham, WA $392,977
152 Columbus, IN $392,388
153 Carlsbad-Artesia, NM $392,081
154 Kalamazoo-Portage, MI $390,932
155 Victoria, TX $390,693
156 Truckee-Grass Valley, CA $390,673
157 Sacramento–Roseville–Arden-Arcade, CA $389,828
158 Lawrence, KS $387,820
159 Peoria, IL $387,683
160 Minot, ND $386,262
161 Daphne-Fairhope-Foley, AL $386,045
162 Wichita, KS $384,707
163 Providence-Warwick, RI-MA $384,502
164 Bennington, VT $384,447
165 Rapid City, SD $384,179
166 Corvallis, OR $384,171
167 Gainesville, GA $384,134
168 Andrews, TX $382,994
169 Hudson, NY $382,384
170 Athens-Clarke County, GA $382,225
171 Urban Honolulu, HI $382,026
172 Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway, AR $380,235
173 Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ $380,001
174 Lancaster, PA $379,782
175 Greeley, CO $379,213
176 Wenatchee, WA $378,870
177 Wausau, WI $377,997
178 Huntsville, AL $377,715
179 Cedar Rapids, IA $377,605
180 Akron, OH $377,184
181 Big Spring, TX $376,684
182 Sioux City, IA-NE-SD $376,281
183 Savannah, GA $376,211
184 Lincoln, NE $375,793
185 Juneau, AK $375,023
186 Kearney, NE $374,562
187 Knoxville, TN $373,751
188 Kill Devil Hills, NC $372,199
189 Bloomington, IL $372,146
190 College Station-Bryan, TX $371,522
191 Effingham, IL $369,859
192 Enid, OK $368,825
193 Alexandria, MN $368,346
194 Findlay, OH $368,086
195 Barre, VT $367,992
196 Yankton, SD $367,149
197 La Crosse-Onalaska, WI-MN $366,848
198 Amarillo, TX $365,029
199 Oshkosh-Neenah, WI $365,015
200 Oak Harbor, WA $363,774
201 Ocean City, NJ $363,734
202 Baton Rouge, LA $363,666
203 Faribault-Northfield, MN $363,607
204 Fairbanks, AK $363,426
205 Chattanooga, TN-GA $363,064
206 Ketchikan, AK $362,542
207 Watertown, SD $361,255
208 Elk City, OK $361,093
209 Greensboro-High Point, NC $360,663
210 Bartlesville, OK $359,800
211 Lafayette, LA $359,556
212 State College, PA $359,058
213 Brookings, SD $358,646
214 Gainesville, TX $358,361
215 Jackson, MS $357,868
216 Colorado Springs, CO $357,847
217 Ithaca, NY $356,793
218 Mitchell, SD $356,313
219 Coeur d’Alene, ID $355,992
220 Mount Vernon-Anacortes, WA $355,978
221 Hastings, NE $355,839
222 South Bend-Mishawaka, IN-MI $354,510
223 Lubbock, TX $354,364
224 Evansville, IN-KY $354,328
225 Lewisburg, PA $353,574
226 Elkhart-Goshen, IN $353,396
227 Grand Forks, ND-MN $352,800
228 Rock Springs, WY $352,333
229 Winston-Salem, NC $352,083
230 Hattiesburg, MS $351,822
231 Springfield, IL $351,579
232 Champaign-Urbana, IL $351,578
233 San Angelo, TX $351,290
234 Pittsfield, MA $351,245
235 Eau Claire, WI $350,830
236 Reading, PA $350,829
237 Gainesville, FL $350,319
238 Ames, IA $350,307
239 Red Wing, MN $349,925
240 St. Cloud, MN $349,875
241 Fort Wayne, IN $349,575
242 Mankato-North Mankato, MN $348,803
243 Cheyenne, WY $347,877
244 Woodward, OK $347,163
245 Syracuse, NY $346,849
246 Celina, OH $346,698
247 Greenville-Anderson-Mauldin, SC $346,555
248 Rochester, NY $346,521
249 Hobbs, NM $346,505
250 Willmar, MN $345,707
251 Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC $344,482
252 Niles-Benton Harbor, MI $344,464
253 Houma-Thibodaux, LA $343,791
254 Winchester, VA-WV $343,561
255 Kennewick-Richland, WA $343,203
256 Racine, WI $343,040
257 Ogden-Clearfield, UT $341,058
258 Paducah, KY-IL $340,684
259 Mason City, IA $340,439
260 St. George, UT $340,256
261 Eugene, OR $339,833
262 Columbus, NE $339,461
263 Brunswick, GA $339,420
264 Lake Charles, LA $339,360
265 El Dorado, AR $339,047
266 Jamestown, ND $339,017
267 North Platte, NE $338,169
268 Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, FL $337,486
269 Salisbury, MD-DE $337,307
270 Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, IA-IL $336,381
271 Thomasville, GA $335,950
272 Corpus Christi, TX $335,635
273 Kahului-Wailuku-Lahaina, HI $335,314
274 Odessa, TX $335,191
275 Flagstaff, AZ $334,015
276 Ruston, LA $333,681
277 Holland, MI $333,104
278 Spokane-Spokane Valley, WA $333,025
279 Asheville, NC $332,901
280 Columbia, SC $332,892
281 Grand Island, NE $332,687
282 Marshall, MN $331,964
283 Medford, OR $331,299
284 Springfield, MA $329,967
285 Ardmore, OK $329,828
286 York-Hanover, PA $329,823
287 Shreveport-Bossier City, LA $329,630
288 Spencer, IA $328,640
289 Bloomington, IN $328,460
290 Morehead City, NC $327,854
291 Logan, UT-ID $327,449
292 California-Lexington Park, MD $327,316
293 Roanoke, VA $327,193
294 Lansing-East Lansing, MI $326,745
295 Wheeling, WV-OH $326,141
296 Longview, TX $325,265
297 Panama City, FL $325,171
298 Norfolk, NE $324,446
299 Manhattan, KS $324,245
300 Lafayette-West Lafayette, IN $323,720
301 Sandpoint, ID $323,645
302 Snyder, TX $323,642
303 Wahpeton, ND-MN $323,467
304 Vermillion, SD $322,902
305 Springfield, MO $322,864
306 Sheboygan, WI $321,881
307 Riverton, WY $321,546
308 Winona, MN $321,254
309 Stevens Point, WI $320,561
310 Waterloo-Cedar Falls, IA $320,043
311 Vallejo-Fairfield, CA $320,015
312 Cape Girardeau, MO-IL $319,732
313 Fresno, CA $319,695
314 Tucson, AZ $319,661
315 Walla Walla, WA $319,307
316 Tallahassee, FL $318,143
317 Fergus Falls, MN $318,094
318 Evanston, WY $317,731
319 Gettysburg, PA $317,367
320 McPherson, KS $317,358
321 Grand Junction, CO $316,997
322 Austin, MN $316,838
323 Dayton, OH $316,371
324 Hays, KS $315,685
325 Toledo, OH $315,490
326 Salina, KS $315,426
327 Olympia-Tumwater, WA $314,742
328 Helena, MT $314,388
329 Sterling, CO $314,020
330 Kingston, NY $313,526
331 Monroe, LA $313,478
332 Duncan, OK $313,468
333 Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX $313,064
334 Stillwater, OK $312,793
335 Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent, FL $311,735
336 Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, FL $311,636
337 Auburn-Opelika, AL $311,588
338 Laramie, WY $311,546
339 Boone, NC $310,966
340 Greenville, NC $310,156
341 Charleston, WV $309,778
342 Stockton-Lodi, CA $309,730
343 El Campo, TX $309,232
344 Tuscaloosa, AL $308,987
345 Fond du Lac, WI $308,686
346 Punta Gorda, FL $308,608
347 Canton-Massillon, OH $308,591
348 Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls, NY $308,573
349 Clarksburg, WV $308,433
350 Uvalde, TX $308,359
351 Waco, TX $308,117
352 Macon, GA $307,762
353 Albuquerque, NM $307,253
354 Jackson, TN $306,651
355 Columbus, GA-AL $306,386
356 Elko, NV $306,326
357 Sherman-Denison, TX $305,868
358 Weatherford, OK $305,749
359 Huron, SD $305,397
360 Quincy, IL-MO $304,009
361 Atlantic City-Hammonton, NJ $303,817
362 Storm Lake, IA $303,567
363 Jonesboro, AR $302,033
364 Seneca, SC $301,622
365 Ponca City, OK $300,628
366 Montgomery, AL $300,564
367 Ellensburg, WA $300,556
368 Wichita Falls, TX $300,385
369 Kingsville, TX $300,140
370 Alexandria, LA $300,050
371 Lamesa, TX $299,930
372 Fairfield, IA $299,568
373 Vernal, UT $299,059
374 Modesto, CA $298,769
375 Garden City, KS $298,281
376 Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach, SC-NC $298,139
377 Carson City, NV $298,076
378 Hot Springs, AR $297,414
379 Abilene, TX $297,320
380 Marshall, TX $297,067
381 Muscatine, IA $296,518
382 Rome, GA $296,515
383 Decatur, IL $295,975
384 Pecos, TX $294,907
385 New Ulm, MN $294,180
386 Yakima, WA $294,147
387 Bloomsburg-Berwick, PA $293,579
388 Prescott, AZ $293,348
389 Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA $292,761
390 Brevard, NC $292,695
391 Erie, PA $292,585
392 Janesville-Beloit, WI $292,305
393 Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC $292,145
394 Mobile, AL $292,029
395 Bowling Green, KY $291,992
396 Brainerd, MN $291,790
397 Dothan, AL $291,099
398 Angola, IN $290,416
399 Meridian, MS $290,372
400 Rockford, IL $289,943
401 Wisconsin Rapids-Marshfield, WI $289,356
402 Stephenville, TX $289,163
403 Butte-Silver Bow, MT $288,959
404 Great Falls, MT $288,813
405 Lebanon, PA $288,716
406 Wooster, OH $288,108
407 East Stroudsburg, PA $287,913
408 Salem, OR $287,559
409 Sandusky, OH $287,404
410 Bakersfield, CA $287,260
411 Harrisonburg, VA $287,253
412 Duluth, MN-WI $287,009
413 Boone, IA $286,014
414 Baraboo, WI $285,807
415 Owatonna, MN $285,427
416 Hilo, HI $285,082
417 Bay City, TX $284,311
418 Port Clinton, OH $284,087
419 Tifton, GA $283,908
420 Topeka, KS $283,743
421 Nogales, AZ $283,581
422 Farmington, NM $283,253
423 Fremont, NE $283,154
424 Levelland, TX $282,355
425 Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton, PA $282,243
426 Greenfield Town, MA $282,132
427 Alice, TX $282,097
428 Spartanburg, SC $282,046
429 Corsicana, TX $281,472
430 Tupelo, MS $279,635
431 Ada, OK $279,122
432 Twin Falls, ID $278,847
433 Worthington, MN $278,708
434 Moses Lake, WA $278,683
435 Parkersburg-Vienna, WV $278,339
436 Lima, OH $278,258
437 Fort Dodge, IA $278,252
438 Borger, TX $278,040
439 Owensboro, KY $277,853
440 Albert Lea, MN $276,539
441 Monroe, MI $276,260
442 Johnson City, TN $276,157
443 Albany, GA $276,018
444 Great Bend, KS $275,804
445 Manitowoc, WI $275,596
446 Altoona, PA $275,523
447 Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton, NC $275,508
448 Chico, CA $275,146
449 Dixon, IL $274,995
450 Rutland, VT $274,855
451 Burlington, IA-IL $274,567
452 Hutchinson, KS $274,280
453 Watertown-Fort Atkinson, WI $273,374
454 Moscow, ID $273,363
455 Pampa, TX $272,557
456 Cookeville, TN $272,439
457 Lufkin, TX $271,993
458 Burley, ID $271,949
459 Joplin, MO $271,888
460 Jefferson City, MO $270,393
461 Scottsbluff, NE $270,294
462 El Paso, TX $270,011
463 Blackfoot, ID $269,915
464 Starkville, MS $269,885
465 Nacogdoches, TX $269,688
466 Opelousas, LA $268,796
467 Mineral Wells, TX $268,757
468 Texarkana, TX-AR $268,729
469 Florence, SC $268,698
470 Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford, VA $268,542
471 Wapakoneta, OH $268,496
472 Elmira, NY $268,337
473 Marietta, OH $268,296
474 Bangor, ME $268,224
475 Glens Falls, NY $268,127
476 Jefferson, GA $267,168
477 Plymouth, IN $267,098
478 Port Angeles, WA $267,019
479 Ukiah, CA $266,822
480 Huntington-Ashland, WV-KY-OH $266,750
481 LaGrange, GA $266,437
482 Sonora, CA $266,333
483 Sayre, PA $266,116
484 Morgan City, LA $265,988
485 New Bern, NC $265,588
486 Rolla, MO $265,495
487 Corning, NY $265,357
488 Madera, CA $265,187
489 Bardstown, KY $264,880
490 Athens, TX $264,274
491 Burlington, NC $263,985
492 Ottawa-Peru, IL $263,955
493 Sidney, OH $263,815
494 Astoria, OR $263,658
495 Maysville, KY $263,625
496 Valdosta, GA $263,335
497 Russellville, AR $263,115
498 Pontiac, IL $262,909
499 Seymour, IN $262,840
500 Pullman, WA $262,374
501 Rochelle, IL $262,288
502 Paris, TX $262,224
503 Magnolia, AR $261,998
504 Brookhaven, MS $261,914
505 Laredo, TX $261,911
506 Bemidji, MN $261,462
507 Kankakee, IL $261,366
508 Gulfport-Biloxi-Pascagoula, MS $261,022
509 Decatur, IN $260,820
510 Florence-Muscle Shoals, AL $260,211
511 Marshalltown, IA $260,167
512 Redding, CA $260,089
513 Hutchinson, MN $260,034
514 Washington, IN $259,913
515 Lakeland-Winter Haven, FL $259,822
516 Taos, NM $259,723
517 Dodge City, KS $259,599
518 Mount Pleasant, TX $259,586
519 Sikeston, MO $259,573
520 Dalton, GA $259,285
521 Saginaw, MI $258,631
522 New Philadelphia-Dover, OH $258,508
523 Lewiston, ID-WA $258,394
524 Natchitoches, LA $258,197
525 Marquette, MI $258,118
526 Chambersburg-Waynesboro, PA $257,936
527 Auburn, IN $257,822
528 Fort Smith, AR-OK $257,730
529 Sanford, NC $257,112
530 Iron Mountain, MI-WI $257,015
531 Lexington, NE $256,994
532 Fort Morgan, CO $256,883
533 Pittsburg, KS $256,835
534 Carbondale-Marion, IL $256,751
535 Mount Vernon, OH $256,385
536 Longview, WA $256,237
537 Michigan City-La Porte, IN $256,190
538 Beeville, TX $255,263
539 Enterprise, AL $255,228
540 St. Joseph, MO-KS $254,891
541 Hagerstown-Martinsburg, MD-WV $254,407
542 Roswell, NM $254,336
543 Columbus, MS $254,263
544 Killeen-Temple, TX $254,221
545 Natchez, MS-LA $254,151
546 Montrose, CO $254,061
547 Kingsport-Bristol-Bristol, TN-VA $254,016
548 Mountain Home, AR $253,906
549 Newport, OR $253,787
550 Cleveland, TN $253,758
551 Albertville, AL $253,273
552 Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, OH-PA $253,159
553 Binghamton, NY $253,078
554 Winnemucca, NV $252,709
555 Beatrice, NE $252,577
556 Athens, OH $252,276
557 Cleveland, MS $252,171
558 Newton, IA $251,873
559 Jackson, MI $251,870
560 Lawton, OK $251,831
561 Jacksonville, IL $251,728
562 Visalia-Porterville, CA $251,693
563 Madisonville, KY $251,559
564 Port Lavaca, TX $251,540
565 Ocala, FL $251,451
566 Wabash, IN $251,389
567 Vincennes, IN $251,373
568 Sweetwater, TX $251,316
569 Oskaloosa, IA $251,309
570 Menomonie, WI $251,146
571 Pocatello, ID $251,133
572 Flint, MI $250,825
573 Augusta-Waterville, ME $250,421
574 The Dalles, OR $249,895
575 Mount Pleasant, MI $249,882
576 Battle Creek, MI $249,773
577 Williamsport, PA $248,469
578 Cornelia, GA $248,324
579 Oneonta, NY $248,102
580 Staunton-Waynesboro, VA $247,282
581 Grants Pass, OR $247,014
582 Murray, KY $246,833
583 Atchison, KS $246,763
584 Laurel, MS $246,376
585 Madison, IN $246,216
586 Wilson, NC $245,770
587 Muncie, IN $245,736
588 Sevierville, TN $245,724
589 Homosassa Springs, FL $245,678
590 Cullman, AL $245,602
591 Sulphur Springs, TX $245,448
592 Brookings, OR $245,017
593 Sterling, IL $244,912
594 Richmond-Berea, KY $244,571
595 Branson, MO $244,455
596 Huntsville, TX $244,446
597 Beaver Dam, WI $244,190
598 Charleston-Mattoon, IL $243,974
599 Hannibal, MO $243,792
600 Searcy, AR $243,732
601 Yuba City, CA $243,671
602 Eureka-Arcata-Fortuna, CA $243,593
603 Paris, TN $243,591
604 Freeport, IL $243,584
605 Poplar Bluff, MO $243,237
606 Hereford, TX $243,075
607 Rexburg, ID $243,065
608 Frankfort, KY $243,034
609 Washington, NC $242,736
610 Greenwood, MS $242,513
611 Bay City, MI $242,472
612 Othello, WA $242,454
613 Richmond, IN $242,035
614 Oxford, NC $241,710
615 Indiana, PA $240,789
616 DeRidder, LA $240,475
617 Guymon, OK $240,357
618 Brownwood, TX $240,137
619 Decatur, AL $240,110
620 Palestine, TX $240,083
621 Moberly, MO $239,802
622 La Grande, OR $239,731
623 Dumas, TX $239,533
624 Liberal, KS $239,507
625 Jacksonville, TX $239,443
626 Shawnee, OK $239,025
627 Galesburg, IL $238,737
628 Hanford-Corcoran, CA $238,542
629 Terre Haute, IN $238,440
630 Dover, DE $238,214
631 Prineville, OR $238,087
632 Cullowhee, NC $237,435
633 Grenada, MS $237,408
634 Las Cruces, NM $236,922
635 Taylorville, IL $236,846
636 Houghton, MI $236,726
637 Shelton, WA $236,600
638 Hammond, LA $236,473
639 Ludington, MI $236,356
640 New Castle, PA $236,323
641 Muskegon, MI $236,292
642 Wilmington, OH $236,173
643 Batesville, AR $236,090
644 Lincoln, IL $235,966
645 Pueblo, CO $235,752
646 Somerset, KY $235,736
647 Tullahoma-Manchester, TN $235,689
648 Kirksville, MO $235,672
649 Durant, OK $235,671
650 Statesboro, GA $235,656
651 Warner Robins, GA $235,240
652 Clinton, IA $235,035
653 Craig, CO $234,901
654 Greenwood, SC $234,781
655 Adrian, MI $234,549
656 Coos Bay, OR $234,270
657 Dyersburg, TN $233,867
658 West Plains, MO $233,381
659 McComb, MS $233,341
660 Clewiston, FL $233,203
661 Danville, KY $232,976
662 Shelbyville, TN $232,964
663 Cambridge, MD $232,705
664 Ottumwa, IA $232,378
665 Douglas, GA $231,802
666 Utica-Rome, NY $231,429
667 Greensburg, IN $231,097
668 Vidalia, GA $230,631
669 McAlester, OK $230,293
670 Vicksburg, MS $230,103
671 Rocky Mount, NC $230,016
672 Ontario, OR-ID $229,775
673 Merced, CA $229,756
674 Platteville, WI $229,497
675 Calhoun, GA $229,364
676 Maryville, MO $229,266
677 Greenville, MS $229,225
678 Corinth, MS $229,183
679 Zanesville, OH $228,995
680 Dublin, GA $228,795
681 Ottawa, KS $228,775
682 Cedar City, UT $228,626
683 Mount Airy, NC $228,516
684 Defiance, OH $228,514
685 Mansfield, OH $228,491
686 Macomb, IL $228,246
687 Selinsgrove, PA $228,182
688 Shawano, WI $228,080
689 Arkansas City-Winfield, KS $228,000
690 Crawfordsville, IN $226,907
691 Mount Vernon, IL $226,900
692 Big Rapids, MI $226,809
693 Meadville, PA $226,759
694 Warren, PA $226,606
695 El Centro, CA $226,211
696 Johnstown, PA $226,159
697 Sturgis, MI $226,131
698 Bradford, PA $226,030
699 Roseburg, OR $225,919
700 Auburn, NY $225,550
701 Kokomo, IN $225,469
702 Cambridge, OH $225,466
703 Morristown, TN $225,369
704 Tahlequah, OK $225,368
705 Glasgow, KY $225,224
706 Harrison, AR $225,185
707 Elizabethtown-Fort Knox, KY $225,081
708 Crossville, TN $224,922
709 Merrill, WI $224,809
710 Albemarle, NC $224,739
711 Bainbridge, GA $224,362
712 Gadsden, AL $223,864
713 Red Bluff, CA $223,740
714 McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX $223,466
715 Cañon City, CO $223,428
716 Marshall, MO $223,421
717 Cortland, NY $223,233
718 Paragould, AR $223,168
719 Alpena, MI $222,808
720 Fairmont, WV $222,446
721 Huntington, IN $222,164
722 Emporia, KS $221,918
723 Hermiston-Pendleton, OR $221,699
724 Bellefontaine, OH $221,561
725 Centralia, WA $221,277
726 Muskogee, OK $221,241
727 Fort Madison-Keokuk, IA-IL-MO $221,234
728 Elizabeth City, NC $221,055
729 Albany, OR $220,622
730 Coldwater, MI $220,553
731 Milledgeville, GA $220,343
732 North Wilkesboro, NC $220,174
733 Van Wert, OH $219,953
734 Owosso, MI $219,912
735 Shelby, NC $219,559
736 Brownsville-Harlingen, TX $219,030
737 Parsons, KS $218,803
738 Alma, MI $218,787
739 Vineland-Bridgeton, NJ $218,680
740 Somerset, PA $218,522
741 Greenville, OH $218,392
742 Escanaba, MI $218,266
743 Frankfort, IN $217,957
744 Klamath Falls, OR $217,877
745 Indianola, MS $217,782
746 Lewiston-Auburn, ME $217,738
747 Clarksville, TN-KY $217,698
748 Beckley, WV $217,634
749 Vernon, TX $217,311
750 Toccoa, GA $217,229
751 Moultrie, GA $217,057
752 Newberry, SC $216,949
753 Clarksdale, MS $216,625
754 Fayetteville, NC $216,398
755 Norwalk, OH $216,113
756 Plainview, TX $215,997
757 DuBois, PA $215,817
758 Hillsdale, MI $215,667
759 Plattsburgh, NY $215,412
760 Troy, AL $215,347
761 Fallon, NV $215,064
762 Goldsboro, NC $214,819
763 Dayton, TN $214,366
764 Americus, GA $213,940
765 Picayune, MS $213,932
766 Mexico, MO $213,819
767 Ashland, OH $213,607
768 Logansport, IN $213,322
769 Altus, OK $213,050
770 Bluefield, WV-VA $212,697
771 Warrensburg, MO $212,229
772 Waycross, GA $211,943
773 Washington Court House, OH $211,742
774 New Castle, IN $211,583
775 Centralia, IL $211,437
776 Scottsboro, AL $211,322
777 Cadillac, MI $211,152
778 Coffeyville, KS $210,821
779 Berlin, NH-VT $210,714
780 Lake City, FL $210,293
781 Aberdeen, WA $210,107
782 Sebring, FL $209,927
783 Sedalia, MO $209,905
784 Springfield, OH $209,667
785 Mayfield, KY $209,589
786 Okeechobee, FL $209,477
787 Chillicothe, OH $209,354
788 Del Rio, TX $209,178
789 Union City, TN-KY $208,578
790 Kendallville, IN $208,490
791 Urbana, OH $208,354
792 Lebanon, MO $208,086
793 Silver City, NM $207,761
794 Pottsville, PA $207,387
795 Lock Haven, PA $206,993
796 Mount Sterling, KY $206,637
797 Pine Bluff, AR $206,541
798 Arkadelphia, AR $205,667
799 Sumter, SC $205,512
800 Marinette, WI-MI $205,411
801 Payson, AZ $205,384
802 Pahrump, NV $205,213
803 Weirton-Steubenville, WV-OH $205,189
804 Sierra Vista-Douglas, AZ $205,032
805 Cordele, GA $204,107
806 Clearlake, CA $203,866
807 Lake Havasu City-Kingman, AZ $203,818
808 Athens, TN $203,668
809 Watertown-Fort Drum, NY $203,655
810 Fremont, OH $203,129
811 Salem, OH $202,964
812 Safford, AZ $202,877
813 Seneca Falls, NY $202,803
814 Camden, AR $202,508
815 Anniston-Oxford-Jacksonville, AL $202,382
816 Marion, OH $202,193
817 London, KY $202,050
818 Clovis, NM $201,959
819 Bedford, IN $200,963
820 Greeneville, TN $200,901
821 Olean, NY $200,777
822 Farmington, MO $200,766
823 St. Marys, GA $200,660
824 Campbellsville, KY $200,515
825 Batavia, NY $199,852
826 Ionia, MI $199,556
827 Danville, IL $199,141
828 Kinston, NC $198,941
829 Fort Polk South, LA $198,892
830 Price, UT $198,770
831 Oil City, PA $198,739
832 Yuma, AZ $198,332
833 Martin, TN $197,999
834 Point Pleasant, WV-OH $197,953
835 Cumberland, MD-WV $197,889
836 Dunn, NC $197,884
837 Huntingdon, PA $197,518
838 Wauchula, FL $197,453
839 Portsmouth, OH $197,176
840 Talladega-Sylacauga, AL $196,698
841 Gallup, NM $196,653
842 Thomaston, GA $196,412
843 Tiffin, OH $195,336
844 Sault Ste. Marie, MI $194,948
845 Canton, IL $194,811
846 Forest City, NC $193,843
847 Ogdensburg-Massena, NY $193,755
848 Martinsville, VA $193,528
849 Miami, OK $193,056
850 Jamestown-Dunkirk-Fredonia, NY $193,016
851 Lewisburg, TN $192,505
852 Elkins, WV $190,537
853 Sunbury, PA $190,455
854 Marion, IN $190,217
855 McMinnville, TN $190,038
856 Orangeburg, SC $189,787
857 Susanville, CA $188,842
858 Fernley, NV $188,760
859 Bastrop, LA $188,138
860 Crescent City, CA $188,134
861 Blytheville, AR $187,229
862 Danville, VA $187,155
863 Helena-West Helena, AR $186,776
864 Lewistown, PA $186,607
865 Kennett, MO $186,176
866 Ozark, AL $185,617
867 Jacksonville, NC $185,391
868 Laurinburg, NC $185,329
869 Jesup, GA $185,189
870 Jackson, OH $184,857
871 Show Low, AZ $184,715
872 Lawrenceburg, TN $184,626
873 Coshocton, OH $184,477
874 Amsterdam, NY $183,707
875 Gloversville, NY $182,618
876 Portales, NM $182,167
877 Arcadia, FL $181,601
878 Mountain Home, ID $181,440
879 Zapata, TX $180,506
880 Big Stone Gap, VA $178,612
881 Alamogordo, NM $178,452
882 Ashtabula, OH $177,809
883 Peru, IN $177,781
884 Logan, WV $176,221
885 Fitzgerald, GA $176,170
886 Selma, AL $175,427
887 Fort Leonard Wood, MO $174,769
888 Malone, NY $174,341
889 Henderson, NC $173,425
890 Forrest City, AR $173,097
891 Connersville, IN $170,528
892 Malvern, AR $170,412
893 Junction City, KS $170,398
894 Marion, NC $170,090
895 Bogalusa, LA $167,269
896 Roanoke Rapids, NC $166,534
897 Grants, NM $166,012
898 Cedartown, GA $165,905
899 Hinesville, GA $163,986
900 Bucyrus, OH $163,644
901 Rockingham, NC $163,557
902 Las Vegas, NM $162,200
903 Palatka, FL $160,009
904 Eagle Pass, TX $159,616
905 Gaffney, SC $158,180
906 Española, NM $158,013
907 Lumberton, NC $155,588
908 North Vernon, IN $151,786
909 Valley, AL $151,019
910 Summerville, GA $145,063
911 Deming, NM $143,184
912 Middlesborough, KY $141,691
913 Newport, TN $139,389
914 Raymondville, TX $134,636
915 Bennettsville, SC $124,346
916 Rio Grande City, TX $121,339

Source: Authors’ analysis of county-level tax data from the Internal Revenue Service SOI Tax Stats (various years) and Piketty and Saez 2016. Core Based Statistical Areas defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division; Office of Management and Budget, February 2013 delineations.

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Appendix Table B4

Income threshold of top 1% for all U.S. counties, 2015

Rank (by top 1% income threshold) County Income threshold of top 1%
1 Teton, WY $2,246,372
2 New York, NY $1,551,899
3 Fairfield, CT $1,447,109
4 Summit, UT $1,373,354
5 Pitkin, CO $1,366,427
6 San Mateo, CA $1,364,146
7 Marin, CA $1,347,176
8 Westchester, NY $1,322,742
9 McKenzie, ND $1,210,044
10 Goochland, VA $1,185,096
11 Santa Clara, CA $1,167,061
12 Collier, FL $1,138,585
13 San Francisco, CA $1,115,765
14 Union, SD $1,073,875
15 Norfolk, MA $1,013,379
16 Somerset, NJ $1,004,251
17 Morris, NJ $1,002,229
18 Lake, IL $994,221
19 Williamson, TN $990,913
20 Nassau, NY $969,435
21 Blaine, ID $958,873
22 Kendall, TX $952,246
23 Monroe, FL $937,101
24 San Miguel, CO $923,765
25 Falls Church City, VA $903,659
26 Middlesex, MA $885,473
27 Bergen, NJ $884,041
28 Ozaukee, WI $882,662
29 Montgomery, PA $879,563
30 Karnes, TX $872,066
31 Fairfax, VA $870,982
32 Chester, PA $868,782
33 Fulton, GA $854,131
34 Hunterdon, NJ $852,336
35 Albemarle, VA $851,083
36 Boone, IN $846,188
37 Nantucket, MA $842,830
38 Midland, TX $842,825
39 King, WA $839,315
40 Montgomery, MD $825,276
41 Douglas, CO $824,027
42 Eagle, CO $817,125
43 Martin, FL $799,549
44 Palm Beach, FL $795,821
45 Lincoln, SD $789,953
46 Hamilton, IN $786,916
47 Oconee, GA $780,261
48 Boulder, CO $778,444
49 Monmouth, NJ $764,519
50 Routt, CO $763,584
51 Johnson, KS $762,421
52 Contra Costa, CA $762,201
53 Bristol, RI $756,846
54 Arlington, VA $751,848
55 St Johns, FL $750,723
56 DuPage, IL $749,588
57 Essex, NJ $746,181
58 Carver, MN $746,100
59 Travis, TX $743,625
60 Benton, AR $742,000
61 Montgomery, TX $741,950
62 Dallas, IA $739,104
63 Delaware, OH $734,790
64 Mountrail, ND $734,381
65 Dunn, ND $724,650
66 Oldham, KY $711,740
67 Hennepin, MN $710,031
68 Loudoun, VA $709,009
69 Mercer, NJ $708,736
70 Summit, CO $705,417
71 Williams, ND $703,693
72 Fort Bend, TX $700,494
73 Geauga, OH $699,542
74 Indian River, FL $699,331
75 St Louis, MO $691,829
76 Walton, FL $691,534
77 De Witt, TX $690,728
78 Orange, NC $688,055
79 Orange, CA $684,305
80 Alexandria City, VA $682,156
81 Union, NJ $680,837
82 Suffolk, MA $678,752
83 Fauquier, VA $677,321
84 Napa, CA $673,132
85 Collin, TX $672,736
86 Dukes, MA $669,310
87 Charlottesville City, VA $667,725
88 Howard, MD $664,154
89 Bucks, PA $661,051
90 Waukesha, WI $658,725
91 Oakland, MI $656,336
92 Suffolk, NY $651,299
93 Rockland, NY $649,293
94 District of Columbia, DC $649,025
95 Mecklenburg, NC $648,328
96 Delaware, PA $643,467
97 Talbot, MD $642,717
98 Martin, TX $635,860
99 San Juan, WA $633,056
100 Greene, GA $631,233
101 Douglas, NV $626,486
102 Union, NC $623,369
103 Washington, MN $622,624
104 Harris, TX $621,915
105 Madison, MS $620,798
106 Forsyth, GA $617,638
107 Saratoga, NY $613,370
108 Essex, MA $611,139
109 Plymouth, MA $611,100
110 Denver, CO $608,477
111 Stanley, SD $608,142
112 Sarasota, FL $605,611
113 Alameda, CA $604,131
114 Hemphill, TX $595,602
115 Rockwall, TX $595,143
116 Scott, MN $594,239
117 Divide, ND $591,855
118 Fayette, GA $590,900
119 Santa Barbara, CA $589,715
120 Santa Cruz, CA $587,105
121 Leelanau, MI $584,924
122 Dallas, TX $584,795
123 Arapahoe, CO $583,532
124 Rockingham, NH $579,107
125 Charleston, SC $577,667
126 Gillespie, TX $574,589
127 Morgan, UT $574,015
128 Cook, IL $569,489
129 Alfalfa, OK $566,540
130 James City, VA $564,139
131 Clackamas, OR $560,408
132 Los Angeles, CA $555,817
133 Ventura, CA $555,128
134 New Kent, VA $553,882
135 Grafton, NH $553,752
136 Fairfax City, VA $552,919
137 La Salle, TX $552,320
138 Denton, TX $551,923
139 Beaufort, SC $551,553
140 Sublette, WY $551,012
141 Wasatch, UT $550,812
142 Wake, NC $550,671
143 Comal, TX $549,080
144 Putnam, NY $545,135
145 Austin, TX $544,606
146 Broomfield, CO $543,709
147 Chatham, NC $541,962
148 Warren, OH $540,938
149 Natrona, WY $539,496
150 Gallatin, MT $537,618
151 Lee, FL $537,369
152 Washtenaw, MI $536,609
153 Placer, CA $536,415
154 Newport, RI $534,120
155 Miami-Dade, FL $534,058
156 Cobb, GA $533,287
157 Richland, MT $533,251
158 Davidson, TN $530,988
159 Anchorage, AK $529,189
160 Parker, TX $526,504
161 San Diego, CA $525,582
162 Hamilton, OH $525,501
163 Warrick, IN $522,682
164 Middlesex, CT $522,552
165 El Dorado, CA $521,533
166 Douglas, NE $519,609
167 Carroll, NH $519,193
168 Stark, ND $518,522
169 Iredell, NC $516,994
170 Anne Arundel, MD $516,374
171 Platte, MO $514,370
172 Washington, OR $508,333
173 Dane, WI $507,268
174 Jefferson, CO $506,513
175 Woods, OK $505,931
176 Washoe, NV $505,488
177 Burleigh, ND $505,267
178 Shelby, AL $505,162
179 Cass, ND $501,690
180 Ouray, CO $499,128
181 Garfield, CO $499,017
182 Oklahoma, OK $498,421
183 Elbert, CO $498,103
184 Cumberland, PA $497,931
185 Baltimore, MD $497,759
186 Broward, FL $495,972
187 Larimer, CO $495,765
188 Hartford, CT $495,610
189 Chittenden, VT $494,072
190 Lexington City, VA $493,999
191 Nassau, FL $492,846
192 Cumberland, ME $492,536
193 Tarrant, TX $491,271
194 Kane, IL $490,678
195 Dakota, MN $489,709
196 Litchfield, CT $489,153
197 Kenton, KY $488,554
198 Sonoma, CA $487,233
199 Clarke, VA $486,329
200 Manatee, FL $484,690
201 Tulsa, OK $484,637
202 Allegheny, PA $483,955
203 Henrico, VA $483,900
204 Midland, MI $483,806
205 Richmond City, VA $482,098
206 St Tammany, LA $480,162
207 Santa Fe, NM $480,041
208 Galveston, TX $479,321
209 Emmet, MI $477,532
210 Queen Annes, MD $477,313
211 Washington, RI $476,457
212 Williamsburg City, VA $476,340
213 Multnomah, OR $474,830
214 Burlington, NJ $474,141
215 La Plata, CO $473,783
216 Jefferson, AL $473,022
217 Rappahannock, VA $472,241
218 St Croix, WI $470,712
219 Hartley, TX $470,631
220 Ada, ID $469,927
221 Sheridan, WY $469,757
222 Dickinson, IA $469,618
223 Clark, WA $468,698
224 Deschutes, OR $468,020
225 Blanco, TX $467,823
226 Middlesex, NJ $467,662
227 McHenry, IL $466,486
228 Barnstable, MA $466,395
229 Monongalia, WV $466,159
230 Washington, PA $464,911
231 Dubois, IN $464,835
232 Grand, CO $464,370
233 New Haven, CT $463,530
234 Burnet, TX $463,255
235 Olmsted, MN $463,190
236 Pulaski, AR $463,111
237 Hudson, NJ $463,104
238 Clear Creek, CO $462,750
239 Ramsey, MN $461,039
240 Jessamine, KY $460,578
241 Hanover, VA $459,910
242 Kingfisher, OK $459,526
243 Hays, TX $459,466
244 Sioux, IA $456,935
245 Live Oak, TX $456,585
246 Kent, MI $456,019
247 Johnson, IA $455,878
248 Potter, SD $455,597
249 Knox, TN $455,446
250 Minnehaha, SD $452,521
251 Livingston, MI $452,417
252 Belknap, NH $451,659
253 Shelby, TN $450,654
254 Brown, SD $450,631
255 Gonzales, TX $450,418
256 Salt Lake, UT $450,039
257 Monterey, CA $449,997
258 Lamoille, VT $449,608
259 Hillsborough, NH $449,072
260 De Kalb, GA $448,313
261 New Castle, DE $446,853
262 Converse, WY $446,464
263 Orange, FL $446,464
264 Edmunds, SD $445,962
265 Polk, IA $445,925
266 Brown, WI $445,818
267 Winchester City, VA $445,678
268 Maricopa, AZ $445,265
269 Floyd, IN $445,067
270 Plaquemines, LA $444,852
271 Bowman, ND $444,678
272 Utah, UT $444,319
273 Albany, NY $443,981
274 Lafayette, MS $443,630
275 Seminole, FL $443,076
276 Butler, PA $442,932
277 Sussex, NJ $442,805
278 Pinellas, FL $442,409
279 Fayette, TN $442,235
280 Powhatan, VA $440,614
281 Orleans, LA $440,443
282 Will, IL $440,200
283 Lafayette, LA $439,602
284 Hanson, SD $438,366
285 Montour, PA $438,073
286 Hillsborough, FL $437,855
287 Hamilton, TN $437,404
288 New Hanover, NC $436,651
289 Roger Mills, OK $435,383
290 Tolland, CT $434,194
291 Park, WY $434,059
292 Worcester, MD $433,337
293 Waller, TX $433,173
294 Ottawa, MI $433,155
295 Colusa, CA $432,384
296 Grand Traverse, MI $432,040
297 Worcester, MA $431,927
298 Virginia Beach City, VA $430,667
299 Peoria, IL $430,622
300 Dutchess, NY $430,099
301 Edwards, TX $429,831
302 Campbell, WY $427,711
303 Chelan, WA $427,543
304 Lamar, MS $427,287
305 Kalamazoo, MI $426,852
306 Concho, TX $426,603
307 Charlevoix, MI $426,498
308 Jefferson, WA $425,672
309 Forsyth, NC $425,647
310 Williamson, TX $425,114
311 Kent, MD $424,347
312 Washington, WI $423,589
313 Ochiltree, TX $423,547
314 Guilford, NC $423,108
315 Union, OH $422,107
316 Valley, ID $422,089
317 Chesterfield, VA $422,033
318 Washington, TX $421,520
319 Poquoson City, VA $420,013
320 Cuyahoga, OH $419,891
321 Fayette, KY $419,791
322 Upton, TX $419,784
323 Cherokee, GA $419,162
324 Georgetown, SC $418,134
325 Reagan, TX $416,919
326 Fredericksburg City, VA $416,798
327 Woodford, IL $415,955
328 Orange, NY $415,510
329 East Baton Rouge, LA $415,299
330 Brazoria, TX $415,159
331 Jefferson, KY $414,960
332 Washington, NE $414,425
333 Medina, OH $414,407
334 Greenville, SC $413,935
335 Franklin, OH $413,741
336 Pennington, SD $413,694
337 Monroe, IL $413,623
338 Missoula, MT $413,433
339 McCracken, KY $412,348
340 Scott, IA $412,181
341 Moore, NC $411,739
342 Kosciusko, IN $411,632
343 Merrimack, NH $411,240
344 Outagamie, WI $411,212
345 Boone, MO $410,871
346 Yolo, CA $410,808
347 Foster, ND $409,697
348 Kent, RI $409,451
349 Clark, NV $409,069
350 Hood River, OR $408,685
351 Lake, SD $408,474
352 Yellowstone, MT $408,070
353 Hamilton, NE $406,240
354 Kerr, TX $405,776
355 Ontario, NY $405,557
356 San Luis Obispo, CA $405,520
357 Smith, TX $405,264
358 Hamlin, SD $404,604
359 Shackelford, TX $404,519
360 Hood, TX $403,849
361 Lehigh, PA $403,626
362 Dubuque, IA $403,499
363 Lancaster, VA $403,314
364 Bonneville, ID $403,162
365 Kitsap, WA $402,858
366 Ohio, WV $402,626
367 Kauai, HI $402,523
368 Kenai Peninsula, AK $402,251
369 Chatham, GA $402,218
370 Llano, TX $401,531
371 Bexar, TX $401,531
372 Sedgwick, KS $401,223
373 Grand Isle, VT $400,301
374 Columbia, GA $400,163
375 Nemaha, KS $400,063
376 Prince William, VA $399,700
377 New London, CT $399,480
378 Walworth, WI $399,435
379 Ward, ND $399,387
380 St Charles, MO $399,136
381 Morgan, GA $398,258
382 Los Alamos, NM $398,050
383 Sumter, FL $397,748
384 Eau Claire, WI $397,694
385 Linn, IA $397,689
386 Chase, NE $397,627
387 Sumner, TN $397,518
388 Flathead, MT $396,329
389 Frederick, MD $396,290
390 Shelby, KY $396,111
391 Davis, UT $395,807
392 Cheshire, NH $395,790
393 Kings, NY $395,677
394 Snohomish, WA $395,431
395 Lawrence, SD $394,858
396 Fayette, TX $394,247
397 Victoria, TX $393,860
398 Gunnison, CO $393,514
399 Madison, AL $393,086
400 Whatcom, WA $392,977
401 Washington, AR $392,939
402 Lipscomb, TX $392,391
403 Bartholomew, IN $392,388
404 Eddy, NM $392,081
405 Northampton, PA $392,059
406 Carroll, MD $391,399
407 Lavaca, TX $391,208
408 North Slope, AK $391,184
409 Nevada, CA $390,673
410 Bottineau, ND $390,122
411 Grand Forks, ND $389,803
412 Crook, WY $389,787
413 Camden, NJ $389,420
414 San Benito, CA $388,853
415 Durham, NC $388,728
416 Wright, MN $388,704
417 Aransas, TX $388,480
418 Brazos, TX $388,086
419 Calvert, MD $388,058
420 Porter, IN $388,011
421 Sitka, AK $387,983
422 Douglas, KS $387,820
423 Buncombe, NC $387,798
424 Dallam, TX $387,569
425 Fallon, MT $387,524
426 Loudon, TN $387,159
427 West Feliciana, LA $387,077
428 Armstrong, TX $386,899
429 Hansford, TX $386,816
430 Summit, OH $386,470
431 Richmond, NY $386,108
432 Passaic, NJ $386,056
433 Baldwin, AL $386,045
434 York, VA $385,709
435 Onondaga, NY $385,653
436 Rogers, OK $384,861
437 Bennington, VT $384,447
438 Benton, OR $384,171
439 Hall, GA $384,134
440 Dare, NC $383,346
441 Johnson, WY $383,328
442 Madison, MT $383,161
443 Andrews, TX $382,994
444 Mclean, IL $382,616
445 Columbia, NY $382,384
446 Honolulu, HI $382,026
447 Gregg, TX $381,390
448 Butler, KS $381,338
449 Harris, GA $381,168
450 Golden Valley, ND $381,142
451 Monroe, GA $380,862
452 Anoka, MN $380,749
453 Chambers, TX $380,502
454 Campbell, KY $380,464
455 Gwinnett, GA $379,944
456 La Crosse, WI $379,789
457 Lancaster, PA $379,782
458 Weld, CO $379,213
459 Windsor, VT $379,165
460 Lincoln, WY $379,157
461 Grant, OK $378,769
462 Glynn, GA $378,578
463 Stevens, MN $378,474
464 Hand, SD $378,432
465 Roanoke, VA $378,027
466 Marathon, WI $377,997
467 Lancaster, NE $377,962
468 Colorado, TX $377,958
469 Hampshire, MA $377,620
470 Boone, KY $377,252
471 Johnson, IN $377,208
472 Cameron, LA $377,164
473 Skamania, WA $376,998
474 Aleutians West, AK $376,925
475 Stearns, MN $376,907
476 Phelps, NE $376,167
477 Oneida, WI $375,756
478 Buffalo, NE $375,691
479 Franklin, FL $375,285
480 McCook, SD $375,093
481 Juneau, AK $375,023
482 Flagler, FL $374,625
483 Monroe, NY $373,910
484 Roseau, MN $373,836
485 Klickitat, WA $373,057
486 Door, WI $372,846
487 Cabarrus, NC $372,579
488 Gray, KS $372,398
489 Stanton, KS $372,317
490 Dawson, GA $371,374
491 Randall, TX $371,196
492 Refugio, TX $371,183
493 Okaloosa, FL $370,859
494 Pembina, ND $370,652
495 Wilson, TN $370,305
496 Spink, SD $369,937
497 Jefferson, LA $369,925
498 Effingham, IL $369,859
499 Caddo, LA $369,676
500 Woodford, KY $369,657
501 Matanuska Susitna, AK $369,115
502 Garfield, OK $368,825
503 Plymouth, IA $368,444
504 Douglas, MN $368,346
505 Harford, MD $368,109
506 Hancock, OH $368,086
507 Washington, VT $367,992
508 Ida, IA $367,662
509 Cuming, NE $367,274
510 Yankton, SD $367,149
511 Dauphin, PA $366,712
512 Marshall, SD $366,633
513 Cleveland, OK $366,364
514 Richland, SC $366,306
515 Kearney, NE $365,407
516 Winnebago, WI $365,015
517 Ascension, LA $364,736
518 York, SC $364,689
519 Greene, OH $364,620
520 Archer, TX $364,538
521 Pickens, GA $364,538
522 Davie, NC $364,356
523 Gloucester, NJ $364,000
524 Cavalier, ND $363,918
525 Sullivan, NH $363,847
526 Island, WA $363,774
527 Cape May, NJ $363,734
528 Carroll, IA $363,724
529 Rice, MN $363,607
530 Fairbanks North Star, AK $363,426
531 Boone, IL $363,180
532 Allen, IN $363,065
533 Ketchikan Gateway, AK $362,542
534 Morton, ND $362,523
535 Sarpy, NE $362,518
536 Clermont, OH $362,372
537 Archuleta, CO $362,310
538 Calumet, WI $362,128
539 Codington, SD $361,255
540 Logan, OK $361,109
541 Beckham, OK $361,093
542 Nicollet, MN $360,970
543 Cerro Gordo, IA $360,483
544 Clinton, MI $360,467
545 Kodiak Island, AK $360,389
546 Cheyenne, NE $360,057
547 Saunders, NE $359,893
548 Washington, OK $359,800
549 Champaign, IL $359,741
550 El Paso, CO $359,670
551 Lubbock, TX $359,322
552 Centre, PA $359,058
553 Mcclain, OK $358,911
554 Yuma, CO $358,722
555 Brookings, SD $358,646
556 Walworth, SD $358,586
557 Young, TX $358,458
558 Cooke, TX $358,361
559 Alachua, FL $358,202
560 Lincoln, NC $357,605
561 Benton, WA $357,162
562 Clark, SD $357,022
563 St Joseph, IN $356,808
564 Tompkins, NY $356,793
565 Canadian, OK $356,721
566 Kossuth, IA $356,676
567 Miami, KS $356,515
568 Duval, FL $356,465
569 Pierce, WA $356,341
570 Grundy, IL $355,995
571 Kootenai, ID $355,992
572 Skagit, WA $355,978
573 Adams, NE $355,839
574 Sangamon, IL $355,821
575 Teton, MT $355,120
576 Stafford, VA $355,001
577 Catawba, NC $354,899
578 Gosper, NE $354,550
579 Sutton, TX $354,147
580 Hendricks, IN $353,897
581 Putnam, GA $353,847
582 Goliad, TX $353,824
583 Madison, IA $353,791
584 York, NE $353,712
585 Cape Girardeau, MO $353,668
586 Union, PA $353,574
587 Elkhart, IN $353,396
588 Sussex, DE $353,248
589 Sweetwater, WY $352,333
590 Clay, MO $352,197
591 St Charles, LA $351,700
592 Berkshire, MA $351,245
593 Hughes, SD $351,125
594 Berks, PA $350,829
595 Strafford, NH $350,549
596 Story, IA $350,307
597 Greene, MO $350,126
598 Goodhue, MN $349,925
599 Leon, FL $348,913
600 Bristol, MA $348,580
601 Mason, TX $348,464
602 Putnam, WV $348,393
603 Middlesex, VA $348,372
604 Ocean, NJ $348,371
605 Monroe, IN $348,178
606 Terrebonne, LA $348,036
607 Warren, IA $347,896
608 Laramie, WY $347,877
609 Bedford, VA $347,672
610 Frederick, VA $347,639
611 Woodward, OK $347,163
612 Custer, SD $346,933
613 Mercer, OH $346,698
614 Lea, NM $346,505
615 Tom Green, TX $346,309
616 Coweta, GA $346,287
617 Sherburne, MN $346,207
618 Pierce, WI $346,159
619 Ingham, MI $346,143
620 Spotsylvania, VA $346,049
621 Butler, OH $345,957
622 Kandiyohi, MN $345,707
623 Knox, ME $344,522
624 Berrien, MI $344,464
625 Davison, SD $344,159
626 Blaine, OK $343,837
627 Spokane, WA $343,715
628 Audubon, IA $343,383
629 Suffolk City, VA $343,053
630 Racine, WI $343,040
631 Yamhill, OR $342,769
632 Mills, IA $342,730
633 Blue Earth, MN $342,564
634 Addison, VT $342,512
635 Cass, NE $342,229
636 Nelson, VA $342,025
637 Cass, MI $341,396
638 Scott, KS $341,173
639 Madison, TN $341,151
640 Ellis, TX $340,856
641 Northumberland, VA $340,660
642 Warren, NJ $340,488
643 Washington, UT $340,256
644 Noble, OH $340,084
645 Lane, OR $339,833
646 Wood, OH $339,757
647 Weston, WY $339,644
648 Platte, NE $339,461
649 Kendall, IL $339,333
650 Union, AR $339,047
651 Stutsman, ND $339,017
652 Nueces, TX $339,011
653 Hall, NE $338,629
654 Antrim, MI $338,554
655 Green, WI $338,494
656 Hettinger, ND $338,193
657 Lafourche, LA $338,050
658 Tippecanoe, IN $337,865
659 Brevard, FL $337,486
660 Portage, OH $337,404
661 Calcasieu, LA $337,252
662 Chisago, MN $337,176
663 Pottawatomie, KS $337,084
664 Lee, MS $336,885
665 Bremer, IA $336,804
666 Chaffee, CO $336,711
667 Wise, TX $336,683
668 Grand, UT $336,403
669 Hancock, IN $336,125
670 Thomas, GA $335,950
671 Piatt, IL $335,824
672 Cache, UT $335,791
673 Ward, TX $335,682
674 Fillmore, NE $335,460
675 Maui, HI $335,314
676 Ector, TX $335,191
677 Somervell, TX $335,114
678 Lancaster, SC $334,932
679 Westmoreland, PA $334,212
680 Jefferson, TX $334,198
681 Coconino, AZ $334,015
682 Lincoln, LA $333,681
683 Allegan, MI $333,104
684 Washakie, WY $333,058
685 Pope, MN $332,951
686 Tuscaloosa, AL $332,401
687 Wells, ND $332,348
688 Lyon, MN $331,964
689 Isle of Wight, VA $331,826
690 Niobrara, WY $331,778
691 Columbia, WI $331,671
692 Holmes, OH $331,460
693 Warren, NY $331,333
694 Jackson, OR $331,299
695 Custer, CO $331,175
696 Jefferson, MT $331,035
697 Sheridan, MT $331,016
698 Bryan, GA $330,873
699 Santa Rosa, FL $330,695
700 Tazewell, IL $330,337
701 Lyon, IA $330,306
702 Madison, NE $330,214
703 Lake, OH $330,131
704 Carter, OK $329,828
705 York, PA $329,823
706 Phillips, CO $329,740
707 Lynchburg City, VA $329,714
708 Montgomery, AL $329,675
709 Wheeler, TX $329,620
710 Milwaukee, WI $329,609
711 Houston, AL $329,583
712 Obrien, IA $329,142
713 Richland, ND $328,773
714 Stevens, KS $328,708
715 Clay, IA $328,640
716 Clay, NE $328,609
717 Miner, SD $328,591
718 Bay, FL $328,547
719 Craighead, AR $328,453
720 Washington, TN $328,378
721 Greene, PA $328,332
722 Seward, NE $328,273
723 Lee, TX $328,215
724 Ellis, OK $328,207
725 Marion, IN $327,881
726 Carteret, NC $327,854
727 Cole, MO $327,482
728 Kingsbury, SD $327,369
729 Erie, NY $327,322
730 St Marys, MD $327,316
731 Kidder, ND $327,133
732 Jackson, MO $326,778
733 Lexington, SC $326,658
734 Monroe, OH $326,395
735 Botetourt, VA $326,343
736 Hamilton, IA $326,323
737 Walla Walla, WA $326,297
738 Meade, KS $326,054
739 Warren, KY $325,874
740 Mono, CA $325,688
741 Ouachita, LA $325,531
742 Custer, MT $324,995
743 Sebastian, AR $324,844
744 Chesapeake City, VA $324,731
745 Brule, SD $324,718
746 Vanderburgh, IN $324,529
747 Brunswick, NC $324,473
748 Madison, TX $324,411
749 Boone, NE $324,267
750 Salem City, VA $324,118
751 Providence, RI $324,043
752 Harper, KS $323,976
753 Christian, MO $323,942
754 Saline, KS $323,897
755 Bonner, ID $323,645
756 Scurry, TX $323,642
757 Cass, MO $323,426
758 Haakon, SD $323,417
759 Wilson, TX $323,324
760 Clay, SD $322,902
761 Humboldt, IA $322,864
762 Haines, AK $322,815
763 Hamilton, TX $322,763
764 Gilpin, CO $322,742
765 Grundy, IA $322,577
766 Sacramento, CA $322,522
767 Bandera, TX $322,246
768 Lorain, OH $322,056
769 Kenosha, WI $321,928
770 Madison, NY $321,881
771 Sheboygan, WI $321,881
772 Kanawha, WV $321,724
773 Montgomery, VA $321,674
774 Carbon, WY $321,650
775 Culpeper, VA $321,611
776 Fremont, WY $321,546
777 Winona, MN $321,254
778 Bernalillo, NM $321,090
779 Pratt, KS $320,652
780 Portage, WI $320,561
781 Tripp, SD $320,465
782 Riley, KS $320,173
783 Solano, CA $320,015
784 Madison, VA $319,895
785 Grimes, TX $319,759
786 Fresno, CA $319,695
787 Pima, AZ $319,661
788 Stillwater, MT $319,457
789 Shelby, IA $319,113
790 Lamoure, ND $319,073
791 Martin, MN $318,735
792 Adams, IL $318,658
793 Camden, MO $318,285
794 Harrison, WV $318,242
795 Otter Tail, MN $318,094
796 Guthrie, IA $317,937
797 Kearny, KS $317,830
798 Uinta, WY $317,731
799 Adams, PA $317,367
800 McPherson, KS $317,358
801 Le Sueur, MN $317,311
802 Mesa, CO $316,997
803 Lee, GA $316,940
804 Mower, MN $316,838
805 Franklin, MO $316,543
806 Haskell, KS $316,439
807 York, ME $315,886
808 Ramsey, ND $315,807
809 Ellis, KS $315,685
810 Franklin, IA $315,619
811 Renville, MN $315,593
812 Winneshiek, IA $315,501
813 Black Hawk, IA $315,412
814 Howard, TX $315,191
815 Manassas City, VA $315,077
816 Traill, ND $314,944
817 Douglas, SD $314,876
818 Thurston, WA $314,742
819 Lincoln, ME $314,503
820 Holt, NE $314,497
821 Jefferson, NE $314,482
822 Hardin, TX $314,060
823 Logan, CO $314,020
824 Taylor, TX $313,976
825 McLennan, TX $313,888
826 Barry, MI $313,712
827 Rapides, LA $313,599
828 Ulster, NY $313,526
829 Stephens, OK $313,468
830 Marion, IA $313,377
831 Charles, MD $313,261
832 Forrest, MS $313,255
833 Burke, ND $312,841
834 Payne, OK $312,793
835 Lucas, OH $312,574
836 Licking, OH $312,468
837 Stark, OH $312,402
838 Yoakum, TX $312,290
839 Grant, SD $312,260
840 Potter, PA $312,002
841 Medina, TX $311,919
842 Fairfield, OH $311,892
843 Rockingham, VA $311,750
844 Lee, AL $311,588
845 Albany, WY $311,546
846 Bibb, GA $311,432
847 Schenectady, NY $311,203
848 Valdez Cordova, AK $311,146
849 Miami, OH $311,038
850 Watauga, NC $310,966
851 Traverse, MN $310,935
852 Jo Daviess, IL $310,477
853 Teton, ID $310,444
854 Lewis and Clark, MT $310,317
855 Windham, VT $310,307
856 Pitt, NC $310,156
857 Polk, NC $310,091
858 Real, TX $309,992
859 Dewey, OK $309,881
860 Clark, KS $309,746
861 San Joaquin, CA $309,730
862 Grady, OK $309,612
863 Pierce, NE $309,580
864 Wilkin, MN $309,566
865 Hancock, ME $309,547
866 Wharton, TX $309,232
867 Guadalupe, TX $309,211
868 Fond Du Lac, WI $308,686
869 Teller, CO $308,678
870 Antelope, NE $308,609
871 Charlotte, FL $308,608
872 Uvalde, TX $308,359
873 Thomas, KS $308,341
874 Lyman, SD $308,318
875 Mathews, VA $308,299
876 Hampden, MA $308,285
877 Newton, MO $308,048
878 Madison, IL $307,887
879 Edwards, KS $307,757
880 St Clair, IL $307,749
881 Dillingham, AK $307,697
882 Nelson, ND $307,667
883 Clay, FL $307,384
884 Berkeley, SC $307,134
885 Park, MT $306,739
886 St Louis, MN $306,412
887 Posey, IN $305,885
888 Grayson, TX $305,868
889 Northampton, VA $305,809
890 Limestone, AL $305,778
891 Custer, OK $305,749
892 Atascosa, TX $305,699
893 Becker, MN $305,637
894 Elko, NV $305,570
895 Wayne, MI $305,491
896 Amador, CA $305,475
897 Beadle, SD $305,397
898 Blount, TN $305,262
899 Potter, TX $305,191
900 Whitfield, GA $304,937
901 Clarke, GA $304,935
902 Chickasaw, IA $304,898
903 Shawnee, KS $304,466
904 Logan, KS $304,180
905 Ravalli, MT $304,149
906 Sargent, ND $303,842
907 Atlantic, NJ $303,817
908 Jefferson, WV $303,593
909 Buena Vista, IA $303,567
910 Sherman, TX $303,529
911 Pepin, WI $303,457
912 Riverside, CA $303,391
913 Muscogee, GA $303,236
914 Lac Qui Parle, MN $303,128
915 Cabell, WV $303,014
916 Mercer, ND $302,617
917 Cherry, NE $302,412
918 Sabine, TX $302,396
919 Winkler, TX $302,351
920 Doddridge, WV $301,947
921 Oconee, SC $301,622
922 Rankin, MS $301,404
923 Kaufman, TX $301,029
924 Kay, OK $300,628
925 Renville, ND $300,616
926 Kittitas, WA $300,556
927 Bowie, TX $300,428
928 Pawnee, NE $300,270
929 Lackawanna, PA $300,207
930 Polk, TX $300,016
931 Dawson, TX $299,930
932 Otoe, NE $299,871
933 Leon, TX $299,813
934 Volusia, FL $299,733
935 Sagadahoc, ME $299,684
936 Jefferson, IA $299,568
937 Beaver, OK $299,414
938 Baltimore City, MD $299,400
939 Uintah, UT $299,059
940 Stanislaus, CA $298,769
941 Madison, OH $298,767
942 Dearborn, IN $298,716
943 Sweet Grass, MT $298,619
944 Sheridan, KS $298,417
945 Carson City, NV $298,076
946 Escambia, FL $298,025
947 Adams, CO $297,963
948 Vilas, WI $297,909
949 Franklin, IN $297,811
950 Spartanburg, SC $297,560
951 Cedar, NE $297,464
952 Cassia, ID $297,435
953 Garland, AR $297,414
954 Polk, NE $297,397
955 Harrison, TX $297,067
956 Montgomery, OH $297,029
957 Sandoval, NM $296,720
958 Castro, TX $296,686
959 Oliver, ND $296,658
960 Gregory, SD $296,572
961 Muscatine, IA $296,518
962 Floyd, GA $296,515
963 Garza, TX $296,306
964 Finney, KS $296,026
965 Macon, IL $295,975
966 Gove, KS $295,923
967 Johnson, TX $295,784
968 Charles Mix, SD $295,685
969 Rutherford, TN $295,468
970 Hardin, IA $295,394
971 Barnes, ND $295,342
972 Thayer, NE $295,311
973 De Kalb, IL $295,063
974 Reeves, TX $294,907
975 Carbon, MT $294,883
976 Mitchell, KS $294,755
977 Henry, IL $294,614
978 King George, VA $294,499
979 Wichita, TX $294,482
980 Grant, MN $294,431
981 Macomb, MI $294,353
982 Brown, MN $294,180
983 Yakima, WA $294,147
984 Hinds, MS $294,029
985 Jackson, MN $293,789
986 Crow Wing, MN $293,696
987 Putnam, TN $293,651
988 Gaines, TX $293,640
989 Dickey, ND $293,550
990 Wagoner, OK $293,353
991 Yavapai, AZ $293,348
992 Moody, SD $293,322
993 Harrison, OH $293,228
994 Jack, TX $292,781
995 Transylvania, NC $292,695
996 Erie, PA $292,585
997 Calaveras, CA $292,481
998 Mclean, ND $292,376
999 Orange, VA $292,337
1000 Boyle, KY $292,324
1001 Rock, WI $292,305
1002 Granite, MT $292,225
1003 Queens, NY $292,211
1004 Lander, NV $292,165
1005 Sanborn, SD $292,161
1006 Duchesne, UT $292,128
1007 Mobile, AL $292,029
1008 Pike, PA $292,011
1009 San Patricio, TX $291,969
1010 Benson, ND $291,477
1011 Lauderdale, MS $291,209
1012 Daviess, KY $291,060
1013 Putnam, OH $290,784
1014 Rawlins, KS $290,427
1015 Steuben, IN $290,416
1016 Bossier, LA $290,393
1017 Houston, MN $290,370
1018 Iowa, WI $290,197
1019 Norfolk City, VA $290,059
1020 Meeker, MN $290,008
1021 Twin Falls, ID $289,916
1022 Des Moines, IA $289,738
1023 Thurston, NE $289,530
1024 Wood, WI $289,356
1025 Lake, FL $289,256
1026 Belmont, OH $289,200
1027 Erath, TX $289,163
1028 Scott, KY $289,000
1029 Silver Bow, MT $288,959
1030 Florence, SC $288,943
1031 Philadelphia, PA $288,895
1032 Cascade, MT $288,813
1033 Lebanon, PA $288,716
1034 Creek, OK $288,545
1035 Marshall, WV $288,503
1036 Susquehanna, PA $288,492
1037 Hall, TX $288,465
1038 Roanoke City, VA $288,394
1039 Faulkner, AR $288,222
1040 Perkins, SD $288,185
1041 Cherokee, IA $288,153
1042 Mahoning, OH $288,153
1043 Wayne, OH $288,108
1044 Chowan, NC $288,012
1045 Monroe, PA $287,913
1046 Wayne, MS $287,872
1047 Marion, OR $287,866
1048 Sutter, CA $287,670
1049 Cass, MN $287,652
1050 Erie, OH $287,404
1051 Jackson, TX $287,386
1052 Kern, CA $287,260
1053 Platte, WY $286,695
1054 Iberia, LA $286,480
1055 Monona, IA $286,460
1056 Arkansas, AR $286,043
1057 Boone, IA $286,014
1058 Glenn, CA $285,938
1059 Sauk, WI $285,807
1060 Douglas, IL $285,737
1061 McIntosh, ND $285,684
1062 Horry, SC $285,640
1063 Jerauld, SD $285,437
1064 Steele, MN $285,427
1065 Major, OK $285,303
1066 Faulk, SD $285,158
1067 Pike, GA $285,085
1068 Hawaii, HI $285,082
1069 Sullivan, TN $284,839
1070 Louisa, VA $284,788
1071 Kimble, TX $284,660
1072 Woodbury, IA $284,654
1073 Charles City, VA $284,515
1074 Pleasants, WV $284,371
1075 Matagorda, TX $284,311
1076 Lincoln, NE $284,149
1077 Franklin, WA $284,147
1078 Ottawa, OH $284,087
1079 Chippewa, MN $284,065
1080 Tift, GA $283,908
1081 Petersburg Census Area, AK $283,813
1082 Benton, IA $283,780
1083 Santa Cruz, AZ $283,581
1084 Dundy, NE $283,359
1085 Wyoming, PA $283,358
1086 San Juan, NM $283,25