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Table 7: Median Family Income among Households with Children by Race/Ethnicity, 2017

Total White Hispanic Black Asian/Pacific Islander Two or More Races American Indian
Alabama 58,200 74,800 32,300 30,600 95,500 46,100 S
Alaska 79,400 93,200 70,300 S 68,000 72,000 41,600
Arizona 62,300 85,600 42,900 45,700 98,800 56,400 33,300
Arkansas 53,600 64,300 36,700 31,700 57,100 52,100 S
California 76,900 114,500 50,900 48,500 116,900 81,000 48,900
Colorado 82,900 100,900 50,800 55,200 100,200 65,300 45,400
Connecticut 91,100 120,600 42,900 49,900 95,400 73,800 S
Delaware 71,000 88,400 41,300 41,800 122,700 S S
District of Columbia 95,200 215,600 74,600 30,600 S S S
Florida 59,300 78,300 46,100 40,500 88,000 58,700 63,500
Georgia 64,700 85,800 41,400 44,500 90,000 59,800 53,700
Hawaii 87,100 90,700 77,800 S 95,500 81,000 S
Idaho 63,200 66,400 43,200 S 92,600 66,500 38,600
Illinois 75,700 95,400 50,800 34,500 109,100 62,100 S
Indiana 66,100 74,900 44,300 31,500 91,200 51,400 S
Iowa 74,900 80,500 45,300 26,300 67,800 32,700 S
Kansas 68,900 80,000 41,500 37,400 81,100 55,900 27,500
Kentucky 61,400 67,300 38,700 32,400 55,600 57,200 S
Louisiana 57,200 81,700 36,300 26,800 74,000 41,600 22,300
Maine 73,500 75,500 S S S 45,400 58,300
Maryland 97,700 122,100 63,300 68,500 121,300 88,500 S
Massachusetts 101,200 123,300 38,700 50,100 119,100 55,700 S
Michigan 67,000 76,900 41,700 32,700 100,400 50,500 56,800
Minnesota 89,700 101,600 43,400 40,300 81,400 53,200 38,100
Mississippi 51,700 71,400 41,600 30,900 S S S
Missouri 66,000 74,200 48,800 31,500 84,500 60,900 63,700
Montana 70,300 73,100 47,400 S S 42,800 33,400
Nebraska 72,800 82,900 43,600 35,600 65,300 47,000 35,100
Nevada 63,000 84,600 50,200 36,700 80,000 69,700 51,900
New Hampshire 94,100 98,100 48,200 S 90,900 S S
New Jersey 100,000 129,500 49,900 51,900 143,000 81,400 S
New Mexico 52,100 74,900 44,000 50,200 100,900 66,600 31,500
New York 74,200 100,900 43,900 44,100 74,100 54,100 45,800
North Carolina 63,800 81,500 35,600 39,400 97,000 46,200 40,600
North Dakota 83,400 91,700 61,800 S S S 26,100
Ohio 67,400 77,500 34,500 30,400 101,400 39,800 S
Oklahoma 56,900 66,200 41,300 30,300 54,100 48,800 44,500
Oregon 70,400 77,300 44,500 37,500 89,900 51,600 41,200
Pennsylvania 76,500 87,600 36,300 38,000 91,500 41,000 S
Rhode Island 80,000 100,600 36,700 39,400 74,700 S S
South Carolina 58,000 77,900 37,600 31,000 70,800 42,200 S
South Dakota 73,000 81,700 49,700 S S S 19,600
Tennessee 59,600 68,500 35,300 35,200 86,000 57,500 S
Texas 65,500 97,300 45,800 47,900 101,900 72,200 58,300
Utah 78,600 85,700 46,300 59,900 71,000 69,900 50,000
Vermont 68,900 69,700 S S S S S
Virginia 86,700 101,300 56,700 49,600 130,200 71,900 67,600
Washington 82,200 93,400 46,600 44,300 105,200 72,500 41,500
West Virginia 53,600 56,200 S 22,400 S S S
Wisconsin 75,300 84,700 40,700 30,900 81,400 46,900 43,600
Wyoming 73,000 77,000 55,200 S S S 41,800
United States 71,400 88,200 46,400 40,100 101,600 62,100 42,400

Notes: “S” means estimates were suppressed when confidence interval around the percent was greater than or equal to 10 percentage points. Racial/ethnic categories are presented in the order of their share in the child population. The racial category, “White,” excludes children of Hispanic ethnicity while the racial categories, “Black,” “Asian/Pacific Islander,” “Two or More Races” and “American Indian” include children of Hispanic ethnicity.

Source: The Annie E. Casey Foundation, KIDS COUNT Data Center. 2019. “Median Family Income among Households with Children by Race and Ethnicity, 2017.” https://datacenter.kidscount.org/data/tables/8782-median-family-income-among-households-with-children-by-race-and-ethnicity#detailed/2/2-53/false/871/4038,4040,4039,2638,2597,4758,1353/17618.