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theWatusi
May 4, 2007, 8:51 PM
http://www.bea.gov/regional/reis/drill.cfm

Top 100 Counties by Per Capita Income and Percentage of Natl Average. 2006

1*New York, New York 93,377 270.9
2 Teton, Wyoming 89,028 258.3
3 Pitkin, Colorado 77,970 226.2
4 Loving, Texas 77,787 225.7
5*Marin, California 75,884 220.1
6*Fairfield, Connecticut 67,269 195.1
7*San Francisco, California 62,614 181.6
8*Morris, New Jersey 62,583 181.6
9*Westchester, New York 62,045 180.0
10*Alexandria City, Virginia 61,147 177.4
11*Somerset, New Jersey 61,039 177.1
12*Hunterdon, New Jersey 60,357 175.1
13*Fairfax, F'fx City + Falls Ch, Virginia 60,289 174.9
14*Montgomery, Maryland 59,953 173.9
15*Arlington, Virginia 59,389 172.3
16*San Mateo, California 59,213 171.8
17*Bergen, New Jersey 56,725 164.6
18 Nantucket, Massachusetts 56,092 162.7
19*Nassau, New York 54,941 159.4
20*Montgomery, Pennsylvania 54,293 157.5:banana:
21 Los Alamos, New Mexico 54,134 157.0
22*Norfolk, Massachusetts 53,278 154.6
23*District of Columbia 52,811 153.2
24*Howard, Maryland 52,580 152.5
25*Ozaukee, Wisconsin 52,490 152.3
26*Oakland, Michigan 52,274 151.6
27 Blaine, Idaho 52,245 151.6
28*Goochland, Virginia 52,212 151.5
29*Middlesex, Massachusetts 51,869 150.5
30*Santa Clara, California 51,112 148.3
31 Talbot, Maryland 50,872 147.6
32*Chester, Pennsylvania 50,787 147.3
33*Summit, Utah 50,542 146.6
34*Palm Beach, Florida 50,371 146.1
35*Martin, Florida 49,992 145.0
36*Hennepin, Minnesota 49,566 143.8
37*Collier, Florida 49,492 143.6
38*Fulton, Georgia 49,291 143.0
39 Sully, South Dakota 49,119 142.5
40*Lake, Illinois 48,906 141.9
41*Contra Costa, California 48,618 141.0
42*Monmouth, New Jersey 48,506 140.7
43*DuPage, Illinois 48,472 140.6
44*King, Washington 48,216 139.9
45*Clear Creek, Colorado 48,150 139.7
46*Johnson, Kansas 48,123 139.6
47*Williamson, Tennessee 47,712 138.4
48*Denver, Colorado 47,652 138.2
49 Denali Borough, Alaska 47,551 137.9
50 Douglas, Nevada 47,303 137.2
51 Sherman, Texas 47,084 136.6
52*Arapahoe, Colorado 47,039 136.5
53*Sarasota, Florida 46,965 136.2
54 Dukes, Massachusetts 46,879 136.0
55*Rockland, New York 46,505 134.9
56*Indian River, Florida 46,219 134.1
57*St. Louis, Missouri 46,207 134.0
58 Monroe, Florida 45,946 133.3
59*Mercer, New Jersey 45,923 133.2
60*Boulder, Colorado 45,849 133.0
61*Suffolk, Massachusetts 45,845 133.0
62*Collin, Texas 45,720 132.6
63*Anne Arundel, Maryland 45,648 132.4
64*Waukesha, Wisconsin 45,454 131.9
65*Fauquier, Virginia 45,171 131.0
66*Bucks, Pennsylvania 44,945 130.4
67*Orange, California 44,453 129.0
68*Baltimore, Maryland 44,375 128.7
69*Hamilton, Indiana 44,354 128.7
70 Eagle, Colorado 44,200 128.2
71*Carver, Minnesota 44,137 128.0
72 San Juan, Washington 44,053 127.8
73*Union, New Jersey 44,047 127.8
74*Barnstable, Massachusetts 43,992 127.6
74*Putnam, New York 43,992 127.6
76 Bristol Bay Borough, Alaska 43,966 127.5
77*Essex, New Jersey 43,951 127.5
78*Douglas, Colorado 43,919 127.4
79 Hickman, Kentucky 43,723 126.8
80*Napa, California 43,669 126.7
81*Hartford, Connecticut 43,266 125.5
82*Newport, Rhode Island 43,168 125.2
83*St. Johns, Florida 43,086 125.0
84*Bristol, Rhode Island 43,068 124.9
85*Union, South Dakota 43,056 124.9
86*Washington, Minnesota 43,030 124.8
87*Mecklenburg, North Carolina 42,984 124.7
88*Alameda, California 42,956 124.6
89*Boone, Indiana 42,946 124.6
90*Jefferson, Colorado 42,709 123.9
91*Middlesex, Connecticut 42,705 123.9
92*Santa Cruz, California 42,643 123.7
93*Essex, Massachusetts 42,563 123.5
94*Rockingham, New Hampshire 42,519 123.3
95*Suffolk, New York 42,373 122.9
96 North Slope Borough, Alaska 42,209 122.4
97*Davidson, Tennessee 42,192 122.4
98 Sublette, Wyoming 42,181 122.4
99*Delaware, Pennsylvania 42,008 121.9
100*New Castle, Delaware 41,937 121.7



There must be a disproportionate number of wealthy people in Teton, Wy :shrug:

Chicago103
May 4, 2007, 9:12 PM
40*Lake, Illinois 48,906 141.9
43*DuPage, Illinois 48,472 140.6

Cook County is nowhere to be found on the list, for that matter neither is Los Angeles County.

Jersey Mentality
May 4, 2007, 9:23 PM
8*Morris, New Jersey 62,583 181.6
11*Somerset, New Jersey 61,039 177.1
12*Hunterdon, New Jersey 60,357 175.1
17*Bergen, New Jersey 56,725 164.6
42*Monmouth, New Jersey 48,506 140.7
59*Mercer, New Jersey 45,923 133.2
73*Union, New Jersey 44,047 127.8
77*Essex, New Jersey 43,951 127.5


I actually expected to see more counties on this list from Jersey, especially Passaic and Middlesex, but we have more counties in the top 20 then any other state, even New York and California

Jersey Mentality
May 4, 2007, 9:24 PM
Teton Wyoming is always on this list. Thats because of Jackson Hole which is a mecca for Hollywood stars.