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Based on the data from 2000 / 2016 when the population of Washington, District of Columbia was 572,059 / 681,170

Income statistics for All residents

Median household income in 2016 ($)

Change in household income between 2000 and 2016 (%)

Median non-family household income in 2016 ($)

Change in non-family household income between 2000 and 2016 (%)

Median per capita income in 2016 ($)

Change in per capita income between 2000 and 2016 (%)

Distribution of median household income in 2016 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income by age in 2016 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$75,506
State:

$75,506
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+88.2%
State:

+88.2%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

10.7% (30,145)
State:

10.7% (30,145)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

8.6% (24,321)
State:

8.6% (24,321)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

6.6% (18,517)
State:

6.6% (18,517)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

5.7% (16,120)
State:

5.7% (16,120)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

5.2% (14,589)
District of Columbia:

5.2% (14,589)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

5.3% (14,804)
District of Columbia:

5.3% (14,804)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

7.6% (21,465)
State:

7.6% (21,465)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

10.0% (28,086)
State:

10.0% (28,086)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

9.2% (25,982)
State:

9.2% (25,982)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

6.4% (18,094)
State:

6.4% (18,094)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

9.4% (26,539)
State:

9.4% (26,539)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

15.1% (42,579)
District of Columbia:

15.1% (42,579)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2016: $32,182,965,500

Distribution of median family income in 2016 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington by age in 2016:
Washington:

$98,498
State:

$98,498
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

6.9% (8,487)
State:

6.9% (8,487)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

6.4% (7,839)
State:

6.4% (7,839)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

5.9% (7,251)
State:

5.9% (7,251)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

6.0% (7,374)
District of Columbia:

6.0% (7,374)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

5.5% (6,798)
District of Columbia:

5.5% (6,798)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

4.6% (5,605)
District of Columbia:

4.6% (5,605)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

6.5% (7,941)
District of Columbia:

6.5% (7,941)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

8.5% (10,467)
State:

8.5% (10,467)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

8.7% (10,629)
District of Columbia:

8.7% (10,629)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

6.9% (8,523)
State:

6.9% (8,523)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

10.7% (13,143)
State:

10.7% (13,143)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

23.4% (28,675)
District of Columbia:

23.4% (28,675)

Median family income by family size

Median income for 2 person families:
Washington:

$107,097
State:

$107,097
Median income for 3 person families:
Washington:

$85,000
State:

$85,000
Median income for 4 person families:
Washington:

$98,864
State:

$98,864
Median income for 5 person families:
Washington:

$82,955
State:

$82,955
Median income for 6 person families:
Washington:

$71,493
District of Columbia:

$71,493
Median income for 7+ person families:
Washington:

$46,469
State:

$46,469

Median family income by earners

Median income for families with 0 earners:
Washington:

$15,314
District of Columbia:

$15,314
Median income for families with 1 earner:
Washington:

$55,330
District of Columbia:

$55,330
Median income for families with 2 earners:
Washington:

$155,207
State:

$155,207
Median income for families with 3+ earners:
Washington:

$123,792
State:

$123,792

Distribution of median family (with children under 18) income by family type (%)

Distribution of median family (without children < 18) income by family type (%)

Median non-family income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$61,948
State:

$61,948
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+81.5%
State:

+81.5%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$50,567
District of Columbia:

$50,567
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+76.4%
State:

+76.4%

Income statistics for White residents

Distribution of median household income in 2016 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income by age in 2016 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$125,747
District of Columbia:

$125,747
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+92.2%
State:

+92.2%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

4.0% (5,028)
District of Columbia:

4.0% (5,028)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

3.4% (4,327)
District of Columbia:

3.4% (4,327)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

3.1% (3,843)
State:

3.1% (3,843)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

2.7% (3,335)
District of Columbia:

2.7% (3,335)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

2.9% (3,621)
State:

2.9% (3,621)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

3.6% (4,533)
State:

3.6% (4,533)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

6.5% (8,189)
State:

6.5% (8,189)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

11.9% (14,924)
State:

11.9% (14,924)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

11.5% (14,473)
State:

11.5% (14,473)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

9.4% (11,818)
State:

9.4% (11,818)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

14.7% (18,417)
District of Columbia:

14.7% (18,417)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

26.4% (33,176)
District of Columbia:

26.4% (33,176)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2016: $20,899,077,600

Distribution of median family income in 2016 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington by age in 2016:
Washington:

$187,512
State:

$187,512
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

1.0% (492)
State:

1.0% (492)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

0.5% (259)
District of Columbia:

0.5% (259)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

1.2% (584)
State:

1.2% (584)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

0.9% (436)
State:

0.9% (436)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

1.9% (932)
State:

1.9% (932)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

1.4% (669)
State:

1.4% (669)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

2.9% (1,383)
State:

2.9% (1,383)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

7.1% (3,457)
District of Columbia:

7.1% (3,457)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

9.3% (4,516)
District of Columbia:

9.3% (4,516)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

10.3% (4,995)
State:

10.3% (4,995)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

17.1% (8,297)
State:

17.1% (8,297)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

46.3% (22,394)
State:

46.3% (22,394)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$96,100
State:

$96,100
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+86.6%
State:

+86.6%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$78,171
State:

$78,171
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+48.7%
District of Columbia:

+48.7%

Income statistics for Black Or African American residents

Distribution of median household income in 2016 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income by age in 2016 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$37,891
State:

$37,891
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+24.3%
District of Columbia:

+24.3%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

17.7% (22,122)
State:

17.7% (22,122)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

13.6% (16,952)
State:

13.6% (16,952)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

10.9% (13,613)
District of Columbia:

10.9% (13,613)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

9.1% (11,328)
District of Columbia:

9.1% (11,328)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

6.9% (8,623)
District of Columbia:

6.9% (8,623)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

6.8% (8,504)
State:

6.8% (8,504)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

7.4% (9,290)
District of Columbia:

7.4% (9,290)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

8.5% (10,608)
State:

8.5% (10,608)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

6.3% (7,909)
District of Columbia:

6.3% (7,909)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

4.1% (5,089)
State:

4.1% (5,089)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

3.8% (4,751)
District of Columbia:

3.8% (4,751)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

5.0% (6,245)
State:

5.0% (6,245)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2016: $8,326,378,900

Distribution of median family income in 2016 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington by age in 2016:
Washington:

$50,956
State:

$50,956
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

12.2% (7,410)
State:

12.2% (7,410)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

9.4% (5,721)
State:

9.4% (5,721)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

9.8% (5,919)
State:

9.8% (5,919)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

9.9% (6,024)
District of Columbia:

9.9% (6,024)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

7.4% (4,454)
District of Columbia:

7.4% (4,454)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

7.3% (4,406)
State:

7.3% (4,406)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

7.6% (4,618)
State:

7.6% (4,618)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

10.3% (6,221)
State:

10.3% (6,221)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

7.9% (4,801)
State:

7.9% (4,801)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

5.4% (3,256)
State:

5.4% (3,256)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

5.5% (3,342)
District of Columbia:

5.5% (3,342)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

7.3% (4,400)
District of Columbia:

7.3% (4,400)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$26,213
State:

$26,213
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+10.5%
District of Columbia:

+10.5%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$29,445
State:

$29,445
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+66.0%
State:

+66.0%

Income statistics for Asian residents

Distribution of median household income in 2016 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income by age in 2016 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$99,385
District of Columbia:

$99,385
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

9.9% (1,160)
District of Columbia:

9.9% (1,160)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

3.0% (355)
District of Columbia:

3.0% (355)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

1.6% (185)
District of Columbia:

1.6% (185)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

1.3% (151)
State:

1.3% (151)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

6.7% (787)
State:

6.7% (787)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

5.2% (613)
District of Columbia:

5.2% (613)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

14.3% (1,680)
State:

14.3% (1,680)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

8.4% (987)
State:

8.4% (987)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

13.2% (1,553)
State:

13.2% (1,553)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

5.5% (649)
State:

5.5% (649)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

13.8% (1,630)
District of Columbia:

13.8% (1,630)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

17.2% (2,025)
District of Columbia:

17.2% (2,025)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2016: $1,428,709,300

Distribution of median family income in 2016 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington by age in 2016:
Washington:

$151,927
State:

$151,927
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

4.0% (161)
District of Columbia:

4.4% (161)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

4.0% (160)
District of Columbia:

4.5% (167)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

2.7% (108)
District of Columbia:

3.0% (109)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

3.9% (153)
State:

4.1% (151)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

5.6% (222)
District of Columbia:

6.1% (225)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

3.4% (134)
State:

3.6% (134)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

6.8% (272)
District of Columbia:

7.4% (272)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

8.8% (350)
State:

9.0% (330)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

7.8% (310)
State:

8.0% (295)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

7.0% (280)
District of Columbia:

7.4% (272)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

15.8% (630)
State:

15.3% (563)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

30.2% (1,200)
State:

27.1% (996)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$91,501
State:

$91,501
Median per capita income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$61,870
State:

$61,870
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+127.8%
State:

+127.8%

Income statistics for Hispanic Or Latino residents

Distribution of median household income in 2016 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income by age in 2016 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$64,930
District of Columbia:

$64,930
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+79.6%
State:

+79.6%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

7.4% (1,989)
State:

7.4% (1,989)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

14.2% (3,827)
State:

14.2% (3,827)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

4.7% (1,263)
District of Columbia:

4.7% (1,263)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

7.5% (2,027)
State:

7.5% (2,027)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

6.8% (1,842)
State:

6.8% (1,842)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

5.5% (1,483)
District of Columbia:

5.5% (1,483)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

11.5% (3,096)
State:

11.5% (3,096)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

10.1% (2,728)
State:

10.1% (2,728)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

7.0% (1,887)
District of Columbia:

7.0% (1,887)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

5.8% (1,555)
District of Columbia:

5.8% (1,555)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

8.8% (2,366)
State:

8.8% (2,366)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

10.6% (2,846)
State:

10.6% (2,846)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2016: $2,486,682,400

Distribution of median family income in 2016 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington by age in 2016:
Washington:

$57,529
State:

$57,529
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

5.8% (827)
State:

5.8% (827)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

13.0% (1,851)
State:

13.0% (1,851)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

8.3% (1,181)
District of Columbia:

8.3% (1,181)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

9.3% (1,334)
State:

9.3% (1,334)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

10.9% (1,559)
State:

10.9% (1,559)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

4.2% (605)
State:

4.2% (605)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

10.3% (1,478)
State:

10.3% (1,478)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

6.8% (975)
District of Columbia:

6.8% (975)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

6.5% (929)
State:

6.5% (929)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

5.8% (829)
District of Columbia:

5.8% (829)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

5.9% (844)
State:

5.9% (844)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

13.1% (1,877)
District of Columbia:

13.1% (1,877)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$65,884
State:

$65,884
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+122.0%
State:

+122.0%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$35,165
State:

$35,165
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+102.4%
District of Columbia:

+102.4%

Income statistics for American Indian And Alaska Native residents

Distribution of median household income in 2016 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Median household income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$52,928
State:

$51,306
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+45.6%
State:

+41.1%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

14.7% (134)
District of Columbia:

15.4% (137)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

5.1% (47)
State:

5.5% (49)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

7.4% (68)
District of Columbia:

7.6% (68)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

10.3% (94)
State:

10.7% (95)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

7.8% (71)
State:

8.1% (72)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

5.1% (47)
State:

5.4% (48)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

9.5% (87)
State:

9.6% (85)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

28.3% (259)
State:

26.9% (239)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

5.0% (46)
State:

4.7% (42)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

2.0% (18)
District of Columbia:

2.0% (18)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

1.3% (12)
District of Columbia:

1.2% (11)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

3.4% (31)
District of Columbia:

2.8% (25)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2016: $38,620,100

Distribution of median family income in 2016 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington by age in 2016:
Washington:

$72,950
District of Columbia:

$69,432
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

4.5% (15)
District of Columbia:

4.9% (16)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

6.7% (22)
State:

7.0% (23)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

11.4% (38)
State:

12.2% (40)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

13.6% (45)
District of Columbia:

14.7% (48)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

7.5% (25)
State:

7.6% (25)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

0.9% (3)
State:

0.9% (3)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

3.4% (11)
District of Columbia:

3.4% (11)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

38.1% (126)
State:

36.1% (118)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

4.3% (14)
District of Columbia:

4.0% (13)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

4.6% (15)
State:

4.9% (16)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

1.6% (5)
State:

1.5% (5)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

3.5% (11)
State:

2.8% (9)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$51,086
State:

$49,531
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+60.7%
State:

+55.8%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$17,894
District of Columbia:

$17,894
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2016:: -26.2%
Washington, District of Columbia -26.2%
State -26.2%

Income statistics for Multirace residents

Distribution of median household income in 2016 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income by age in 2016 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$81,848
State:

$81,848
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+144.5%
District of Columbia:

+144.5%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

8.2% (537)
District of Columbia:

8.2% (537)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

10.1% (662)
State:

10.1% (662)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

3.7% (241)
State:

3.7% (241)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

1.8% (118)
State:

1.8% (118)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

6.1% (403)
State:

6.1% (403)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

1.9% (123)
State:

1.9% (123)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

13.2% (868)
State:

13.2% (868)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

11.7% (771)
District of Columbia:

11.7% (771)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

13.8% (908)
State:

13.8% (908)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

3.8% (248)
State:

3.8% (248)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

15.6% (1,024)
State:

15.6% (1,024)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

10.3% (675)
State:

10.3% (675)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2016: $729,115,300

Distribution of median family income in 2016 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington by age in 2016:
Washington:

$112,413
State:

$112,413
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

1.7% (44)
District of Columbia:

2.1% (48)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

3.6% (95)
State:

4.2% (97)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

6.1% (158)
State:

6.9% (158)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

4.3% (111)
District of Columbia:

4.8% (109)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

5.5% (144)
State:

6.2% (142)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

6.4% (166)
State:

6.9% (158)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

4.6% (120)
State:

5.1% (117)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

12.7% (332)
District of Columbia:

13.3% (304)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

8.7% (226)
State:

9.0% (206)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

4.8% (127)
District of Columbia:

5.1% (117)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

13.9% (363)
District of Columbia:

12.7% (290)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

27.8% (726)
State:

23.8% (546)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$71,712
District of Columbia:

$71,712
Median per capita income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$39,893
State:

$39,893
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+74.1%
State:

+74.1%

Income statistics for Other residents

Distribution of median household income in 2016 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income by age in 2016 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$49,897
State:

$49,897
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

7.2% (806)
District of Columbia:

7.2% (806)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

17.5% (1,963)
District of Columbia:

17.5% (1,963)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

5.0% (565)
District of Columbia:

5.0% (565)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

10.6% (1,188)
District of Columbia:

10.6% (1,188)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

9.8% (1,095)
State:

9.8% (1,095)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

8.0% (894)
State:

8.0% (894)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

12.9% (1,438)
State:

12.9% (1,438)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

6.9% (767)
State:

6.9% (767)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

9.3% (1,046)
State:

9.3% (1,046)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

2.6% (290)
State:

2.6% (290)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

6.4% (717)
State:

6.4% (717)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

3.8% (421)
District of Columbia:

3.8% (421)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2016: $761,064,200

Distribution of median family income in 2016 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington by age in 2016:
Washington:

$46,526
District of Columbia:

$46,526
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

4.0% (273)
State:

4.0% (273)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

20.9% (1,443)
State:

20.9% (1,443)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

7.1% (491)
State:

7.1% (491)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

12.4% (852)
State:

12.4% (852)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

12.7% (875)
State:

12.7% (875)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

7.7% (530)
State:

7.7% (530)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

16.6% (1,145)
State:

16.6% (1,145)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

5.9% (404)
State:

5.9% (404)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

7.9% (545)
District of Columbia:

7.9% (545)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

1.7% (118)
State:

1.7% (118)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

2.1% (148)
State:

2.1% (148)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

1.0% (67)
District of Columbia:

1.0% (67)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$50,950
State:

$50,950
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+90.3%
District of Columbia:

+90.3%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2016:
Washington:

$25,664
State:

$25,664
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2016:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+82.8%
District of Columbia:

+82.8%
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