Median Income of Households by Selected Characteristics
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The U.S. Census Bureau, as part of their Current Population Survey, regularly tracks household income data. The following table shows the median income for households in the United States for 2018, the most recent year on record. Data is broken down by race, age, ethnicity, and the composition of the households.
|Type of household|
|Female householder, no|
|Male householder, no|
|Race and Hispanic origin of householder|
|Native American or Alaska Native||795,000||$39,719|
|Hispanic (any race)||17,758,000||$51,450|
|Age of householder|
|65 and over||31,799,000||$39,823|
The following data, gathered after the last census in 2010, breaks down household income by region and by native-born status of U.S. residents.
|Nativity of the householder|
|Not a citizen||8,246,000||$37,894|
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2011.
|Per Capita Personal Income by State||Poverty and Income|
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