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US states with the most high and low earners: Full 50-state list

If you didn't see your state in the top 10 states for high and low earners, you can find how it ranked in this study in the tables below.

Here are the states as ranked by their percentage of taxpayers who earn $1 million or more annually. The figure beside each state represents the percentage of taxpayers who fall into this category.

1.Connecticut0.63%
2.District of Columbia0.55%
3.New York0.47%
4.Massachusetts0.42%
5.New Jersey0.40%
6.North Dakota0.35%
7.California0.35%
8.Texas0.32%
9.Florida0.31%
10.Illinois0.31%
11.Wyoming0.30%
12.Colorado0.27%
13.Maryland0.26%
14.Nevada0.26%
15.South Dakota0.26%
16.Minnesota0.25%
17.Washington0.25%
18.Virginia0.24%
19.Oklahoma0.24%
20.Louisiana0.23%
21.Pennsylvania0.22%
22.Kansas0.21%
23.Nebraska0.21%
24.Utah0.21%
25.New Hampshire0.21%
26.Georgia0.20%
27.Arkansas0.19%
28.Wisconsin0.19%
29.Delaware0.19%
30.Tennessee0.18%
31.Rhode Island0.18%
32.Missouri0.18%
33.Arizona0.18%
34.Michigan0.17%
35.Ohio0.17%
36.Iowa0.17%
37.Montana0.16%
38.North Carolina0.16%
39.Oregon0.16%
40.Idaho0.15%
41.Vermont0.15%
42.Indiana0.15%
43.Alaska0.14%
44.South Carolina0.14%
45.Arkansas0.14%
46.Hawaii0.13%
47.Maine0.13%
48.New Mexico0.13%
49.Kentucky0.13%
50.Mississippi0.12%
51.West Virginia0.10%

And here are the states as ranked by their percentage of taxpayers who earn $25,000 or less annually. Again, the figure beside each state represents the percentage of taxpayers who fall into this category.

1.Mississippi48.57%
2.Florida46.52%
3.New Mexico45.07%
4.Arkansas44.96%
5.Georgia44.72%
6.Alaska44.67%
7.South Carolina44.60%
8.Tennessee44.38%
9.Louisiana44.35%
10.Michigan43.92%
11.West Virginia43.43%
12.Kentucky43.38%
13.Montana43.31%
14.North Carolina42.45%
15.Indiana42.26%
16.Missouri42.14%
17.Idaho42.09%
18.Texas41.82%
19.Arizona41.15%
20.Oklahoma40.94%
21.Maine40.75%
22.New York40.71%
23.Ohio40.59%
24.Nevada40.21%
25.Vermont40.14%
26.South Dakota40.09%
27.California39.88%
28.Oregon39.87%
29.Rhode Island39.84%
30.Pennsylvania39.58%
31.Kansas39.45%
32.Illinois39.33%
33.Wyoming39.19%
34.Wisconsin38.93%
35.Utah38.37%
36.Nebraska38.33%
37.Hawaii37.65%
38.Delaware37.39%
39.Iowa36.81%
40.Alaska36.53%
41.Colorado36.45%
42.New Hampshire36.05%
43.New Jersey35.98%
44.Minnesota35.86%
45.Virginia35.46%
46.North Dakota35.03%
47.Massachusetts34.99%
48.Washington34.89%
49.Connecticut34.80%
50.Maryland33.79%
51.District of Columbia32.11%

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