SA1-3 Per capita personal income
(dollars)

FIPS

Area name

2001

00

United States

30,413

01

Alabama

24,477

02

Alaska

31,027

04

Arizona

25,878

05

Arkansas

22,750

06

California

32,655

08

Colorado

33,455

09

Connecticut

42,377

10

Delaware

32,166

11

District of Columbia

40,539

12

Florida

29,048

13

Georgia

28,523

15

Hawaii

29,034

16

Idaho

24,506

17

Illinois

32,990

18

Indiana

27,522

19

Iowa

27,225

20

Kansas

28,432

21

Kentucky

24,878

22

Louisiana

24,454

23

Maine

26,853

24

Maryland

35,279

25

Massachusetts

38,864

26

Michigan

29,629

27

Minnesota

33,059

28

Mississippi

21,653

29

Missouri

28,221

30

Montana

24,044

31

Nebraska

28,861

32

Nevada

30,128

33

New Hampshire

33,969

34

New Jersey

38,625

35

New Mexico

23,081

36

New York

35,878

37

North Carolina

27,308

38

North Dakota

25,798

39

Ohio

28,699

40

Oklahoma

24,945

41

Oregon

28,222

42

Pennsylvania

30,752

44

Rhode Island

30,256

45

South Carolina

24,840

46

South Dakota

26,566

47

Tennessee

26,808

48

Texas

28,472

49

Utah

24,033

50

Vermont

28,756

51

Virginia

32,338

53

Washington

31,976

54

West Virginia

22,862

55

Wisconsin

29,196

56

Wyoming

29,587

 

BEA Regions

 

91

New England

37,096

92

Mideast

34,952

93

Great Lakes

29,986

94

Plains

29,257

95

Southeast

27,169

96

Southwest

27,350

97

Rocky Mountain

28,819

98

Far West

32,025

 

Footnotes for Table SA1-3

1.      Midyear population estimates of the Bureau of the Census.

2.      Per capita personal income is total personal income divided by total midyear population.

         All state and local area dollar estimates are in current dollars (not adjusted for inflation).

         (N) Data not available for this year.

Regional Economic Information System
Bureau of Economic Analysis
April 2003