Graph depicting Income in Red and Blue States
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Sources: Census

Last updated: April 14, 2015


Median Income Compared to Support for Obama

Description: This graph compares the per-person median income of states with the percentage of the voters who voted for President Obama in 2012.

Related blog post: How Blue States Are Outperforming Red States and Which Party Is Better for the Economy?

Discussion: Note that these figures are the per-person median income. That figure is the median household income divided by the average household size.

For a table showing the median household income, see here.

For a version of this graph that is adjusted for cost of living, see here.

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