Map: Personal Income Per Capita for U.S. Counties
View new and historical data on personal income per capita for each U.S. county.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis released new personal income estimates today, showing wide variations in growth throughout the country.
The county-level estimates measure personal income, which includes wages, employee health insurance, earned interest and other sources.
Of all localities, the following recorded the highest per capita totals for 2010:
|New York, NY||$111,386||$104,384||$83,947||$52,740|
|Alexandria (City), VA||$76,362||$74,608||$48,781||$31,168|
Governing compiled data for all counties into the map below, with personal income increasing greater in dark-colored counties. View a larger, interactive map with data for each county
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