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Mid-Large MSAs Percent Mid-Income and High-Income in 2010

MSA Name MSA Abbreviation Percent Mid-Income 2010 Percent High-Income 2010
AKRON, OH AK 51.37% 18.59%
BRIDGEPORT-STAMFORD-NORWALK BR 26.18% 42.21%
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO CO 46.88% 23.95%
DES MOINES, IA DE 52.62% 24.30%
HARRISBURG-CARLISLE, PA HA 49.40% 21.87%
KNOXVILLE, TN KN 50.55% 16.99%
MADISON, WI MA 47.62% 24.85%
OGDEN-CLEARFIELD, UT OG 52.94% 23.46%
OMAHA, NE‑IA OM 52.50% 22.27%
PROVO‑OREM, UT PR 51.65% 21.95%
Minimum (of all Mid-Large MSAs) 25.30% 10.87%
Low Normal = average minus standard deviation of all Mid-Large MSAs 41.25% 14.59%
Median (of all Mid-Large MSAs) 49.85% 18.82%
High Normal = average plus standard deviation of all Mid-Large MSAs 53.89% 26.80%
Maximum (of all Mid-Large MSAs) 54.38% 42.21%
Mid-Income = local equivalent of $30K to $100K      
High-Income = local equivalent of > $100K      

 

 

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