Appendix 4

Table 1

Per Capita Income
1975, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995

State

1995 Population

1995 Per Capita Income

1995 Ranking

1990 Per Capita Income

1990 Ranking

1985 Per Capita Income

1985 Ranking

1980 Per Capita Income

1980 Ranking

1975 Per Capita Income

1975 Ranking













Alabama

4,252,982

$19,181

38

$15,225

42

$11,134

46

$7,720

47

$4,694

47

Alaska

603,617

$24,002

12

$21,047

9

$18,879

1

$13,863

1

$10,096

1

Arizona

4,217,940

$20,489

35

$16,542

35

$13,255

28

$9,328

30

$5,426

36

Arkansas

2,483,769

$18,101

48

$14,032

49

$10,911

48

$7,457

49

$4,592

49

California

31,589,153

$24,073

11

$21,287

8

$16,507

6

$11,792

3

$6,976

5

Colorado

3,746,585

$23,961

15

$19,224

18

$15,206

11

$10,710

13

$6,262

14

Connecticut

3,274,662

$31,776

1

$26,375

1

$18,512

2

$12,246

2

$7,149

2

Delaware

717,197

$26,273

6

$21,696

6

$15,447

9

$10,614

14

$6,618

10

Florida

14,165,570

$23,061

20

$19,106

19

$14,356

19

$9,894

21

$5,840

25

Georgia

7,200,882

$21,741

25

$17,378

28

$12,923

31

$8,395

37

$5,130

38

Hawaii

1,186,815

$24,590

9

$21,333

7

$14,461

16

$10,860

10

$7,034

3

Idaho

1,163,261

$18,906

41

$15,317

41

$11,333

43

$8,569

36

$5,478

34

Illinois

11,829,940

$25,225

8

$20,494

11

$15,320

10

$10,986

8

$6,953

6

Indiana

5,803,471

$21,433

28

$17,174

30

$12,848

33

$9,307

31

$5,779

28

Iowa

2,841,764

$20,921

33

$16,959

33

$13,072

29

$9,505

27

$6,129

20

Kansas

2,565,328

$21,841

23

$17,988

22

$14,146

20

$9,877

22

$6,148

17

Kentucky

3,860,219

$18,849

42

$15,088

43

$11,275

44

$8,079

41

$4,868

46

Louisiana

4,342,334

$18,981

40

$14,761

45

$11,875

38

$8,761

34

$4,925

45

Maine

1,241,382

$20,105

36

$17,167

31

$12,294

36

$8,259

38

$4,978

40

Maryland

5,042,438

$26,333

5

$22,483

5

$16,454

7

$10,889

9

$6,691

9

Massachusetts

6,073,550

$28,021

3

$23,203

3

$16,827

4

$10,745

12

$6,477

12

Michigan

9,549,353

$23,915

16

$18,710

20

$14,537

15

$10,273

15

$6,198

16

Minnesota

4,609,548

$23,971

14

$19,374

16

$14,767

14

$10,149

16

$6,130

19

Mississippi

2,697,243

$16,683

50

$12,710

50

$9,541

50

$6,915

50

$4,139

50

Missouri

5,323,523

$21,819

24

$17,656

25

$13,736

24

$9,341

29

$5,691

30

Montana

870,281

$18,445

45

$15,042

44

$11,366

42

$8,825

33

$5,652

31

Nebraska

1,637,112

$21,477

27

$17,624

26

$13,433

27

$9,096

32

$6,135

18

Nevada

1,530,108

$24,390

10

$20,124

12

$14,903

12

$11,577

5

$6,831

8

New Hampshire

1,148,253

$25,587

7

$20,671

10

$15,818

8

$9,854

25

$5,629

32

New Jersey

7,945,298

$29,848

2

$24,925

2

$17,795

3

$11,703

4

$7,008

4

New Mexico

1,685,401

$18,206

47

$14,441

46

$11,581

40

$8,222

39

$4,956

42

New York

18,136,081

$27,678

4

$23,132

4

$16,601

5

$11,003

7

$6,895

7

North Carolina

7,195,138

$21,103

31

$16,664

34

$12,129

37

$8,067

42

$4,956

41

North Dakota

641,367

$18,625

43

$15,324

40

$12,363

35

$7,825

46

$6,199

15

Ohio

11,150,506

$22,514

21

$18,125

21

$13,843

23

$9,872

24

$5,987

23

Oklahoma

3,277,687

$18,580

44

$15,584

37

$12,900

32

$9,444

28

$5,439

35

Oregon

3,140,585

$21,611

26

$17,437

27

$13,056

30

$9,938

18

$6,093

22

Pennsylvania

12,071,842

$23,558

19

$19,365

17

$14,095

21

$9,989

17

$6,098

21

Rhode Island

989,794

$23,844

17

$19,691

14

$14,396

18

$9,646

26

$5,816

27

South Carolina

3,673,287

$18,998

39

$15,421

39

$11,200

45

$7,624

48

$4,641

48

South Dakota

729,034

$19,576

37

$15,538

38

$11,482

41

$7,866

45

$5,527

33

Tennessee

5,256,051

$20,038

32

$16,295

36

$11,864

39

$8,123

40

$4,937

43

Texas

18,723,991

$21,206

30

$17,219

29

$13,960

22

$9,922

19

$5,717

29

Utah

1,951,408

$18,232

46

$14,204

47

$11,016

47

$8,003

44

$5,007

39

Vermont

584,771

$21,231

29

$17,691

24

$12,797

34

$8,583

35

$5,148

37

Virginia

6,618,358

$23,974

13

$19,996

13

$14,899

13

$9,918

20

$5,838

26

Washington

5,430,940

$23,774

18

$19,583

15

$14,432

17

$10,755

11

$6,466

13

West Virginia

1,828,140

$17,687

49

$14,177

48

$10,640

49

$8,041

43

$4,928

44

Wisconsin

5,122,871

$22,261

22

$17,720

23

$13,590

26

$9,874

23

$5,897

24

Wyoming

480,184

$20,684

34

$17,061

32

$13,642

25

$11,414

6

$6,506

11

Source: U.S. Dept. of Commerce. Bureau of Economic Analysis. Survey of Current Business, October 1996.