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Based on the data from 2000 / 2009 when the population of Washington, District of Columbia was 572,059 / 599,657

Income statistics for All residents

Median household income in 2009 ($)

Change in household income between 2000 and 2009 (%)

Median non-family household income in 2009 ($)

Change in non-family household income between 2000 and 2009 (%)

Median per capita income in 2009 ($)

Change in per capita income between 2000 and 2009 (%)

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$59,290
State:

$59,290
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2009:: -76.1%
Washington, District of Columbia -76.1%
State -76.1%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

11.6% (28,804)
State:

11.6% (28,804)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

8.8% (21,911)
State:

8.8% (21,911)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

7.5% (18,686)
State:

7.5% (18,686)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

8.5% (21,085)
State:

8.5% (21,085)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

7.1% (17,792)
District of Columbia:

7.1% (17,792)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

7.1% (17,590)
District of Columbia:

7.1% (17,590)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

8.3% (20,622)
State:

8.3% (20,622)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

10.9% (27,231)
State:

10.9% (27,231)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

7.5% (18,769)
State:

7.5% (18,769)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

5.4% (13,547)
State:

5.4% (13,547)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

7.3% (18,108)
State:

7.3% (18,108)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

10.1% (25,135)
District of Columbia:

10.1% (25,135)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2009: $2,170,216,009

Distribution of median family income in 2009 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$71,208
State:

$71,208
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

8.5% (9,307)
State:

8.5% (9,307)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

8.2% (8,938)
State:

8.2% (8,938)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

7.3% (7,948)
State:

7.3% (7,948)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

8.2% (8,994)
District of Columbia:

8.2% (8,994)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

6.1% (6,663)
District of Columbia:

6.1% (6,663)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

7.2% (7,898)
District of Columbia:

7.2% (7,898)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

6.1% (6,662)
District of Columbia:

6.1% (6,662)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

10.1% (10,965)
State:

10.1% (10,965)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

7.5% (8,223)
District of Columbia:

7.5% (8,223)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

6.5% (7,127)
State:

6.5% (7,127)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

9.5% (10,318)
State:

9.5% (10,318)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

14.7% (15,987)
District of Columbia:

14.7% (15,987)

Median family income by family size

Median income for 2 person families:
Washington:

$78,878
State:

$78,878
Median income for 3 person families:
Washington:

$56,599
State:

$56,599
Median income for 4 person families:
Washington:

$70,862
State:

$70,862
Median income for 5 person families:
Washington:

$51,400
State:

$51,400
Median income for 6 person families:
Washington:

$74,088
District of Columbia:

$74,088
Median income for 7+ person families:
Washington:

$53,733
State:

$53,733

Median family income by earners

Median income for families with 0 earners:
Washington:

$14,161
District of Columbia:

$14,161
Median income for families with 1 earner:
Washington:

$48,034
District of Columbia:

$48,034
Median income for families with 2 earners:
Washington:

$116,274
State:

$116,274
Median income for families with 3+ earners:
Washington:

$126,012
State:

$126,012

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 2009:
Washington:

$51,734
State:

$51,734
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2009:: -61.0%
Washington, District of Columbia -61.0%
State -61.0%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$40,797
District of Columbia:

$40,797
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+42.4%
State:

+42.4%

Income statistics for White residents

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$99,401
District of Columbia:

$99,401
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+10.7%
State:

+10.7%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

4.1% (4,495)
District of Columbia:

4.1% (4,495)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

3.5% (3,839)
District of Columbia:

3.5% (3,839)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

4.4% (4,768)
State:

4.4% (4,768)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

4.9% (5,345)
District of Columbia:

4.9% (5,345)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

6.1% (6,634)
State:

6.1% (6,634)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

5.9% (6,412)
State:

5.9% (6,412)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

8.6% (9,352)
State:

8.6% (9,352)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

12.6% (13,691)
State:

12.6% (13,691)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

11.1% (11,981)
State:

11.1% (11,981)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

7.3% (7,896)
State:

7.3% (7,896)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

12.1% (13,095)
District of Columbia:

12.1% (13,095)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

19.3% (20,906)
District of Columbia:

19.3% (20,906)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2009: $2,245,538,129

Distribution of median family income in 2009 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$152,169
State:

$152,169
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

0.9% (356)
State:

0.9% (356)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

1.7% (683)
District of Columbia:

1.7% (683)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

3.8% (1,511)
State:

3.8% (1,511)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

1.9% (739)
State:

1.9% (739)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

2.6% (1,006)
State:

2.6% (1,006)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

3.8% (1,505)
State:

3.8% (1,505)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

3.8% (1,505)
State:

3.8% (1,505)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

8.9% (3,499)
District of Columbia:

8.9% (3,499)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

11.5% (4,523)
District of Columbia:

11.5% (4,523)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

9.4% (3,703)
State:

9.4% (3,703)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

16.9% (6,649)
State:

16.9% (6,649)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

34.6% (13,568)
State:

34.6% (13,568)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$78,202
State:

$78,202
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+51.9%
State:

+51.9%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$65,865
State:

$65,865
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+25.3%
District of Columbia:

+25.3%

Income statistics for Black Or African American residents

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$36,948
State:

$36,948
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2009:: -73.4%
Washington, District of Columbia -73.4%
District of Columbia -73.4%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

18.8% (23,225)
State:

18.8% (23,225)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

13.7% (16,914)
State:

13.7% (16,914)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

9.7% (11,985)
District of Columbia:

9.7% (11,985)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

11.5% (14,239)
District of Columbia:

11.5% (14,239)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

7.9% (9,693)
District of Columbia:

7.9% (9,693)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

7.9% (9,784)
State:

7.9% (9,784)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

7.6% (9,374)
District of Columbia:

7.6% (9,374)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

8.6% (10,650)
State:

8.6% (10,650)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

4.4% (5,458)
District of Columbia:

4.4% (5,458)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

3.9% (4,835)
State:

3.9% (4,835)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

3.3% (4,017)
District of Columbia:

3.3% (4,017)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

2.6% (3,152)
State:

2.6% (3,152)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2009: $2,054,092,235

Distribution of median family income in 2009 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$43,856
State:

$43,856
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

14.1% (8,879)
State:

14.1% (8,879)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

12.6% (7,894)
State:

12.6% (7,894)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

8.2% (5,137)
State:

8.2% (5,137)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

12.1% (7,589)
District of Columbia:

12.1% (7,589)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

7.8% (4,929)
District of Columbia:

7.8% (4,929)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

9.6% (6,031)
State:

9.6% (6,031)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

7.0% (4,428)
State:

7.0% (4,428)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

10.3% (6,508)
State:

10.3% (6,508)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

5.6% (3,532)
State:

5.6% (3,532)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

4.9% (3,100)
State:

4.9% (3,100)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

4.8% (3,009)
District of Columbia:

4.8% (3,009)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

2.9% (1,849)
District of Columbia:

2.9% (1,849)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$28,593
State:

$28,593
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+20.5%
District of Columbia:

+20.5%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$23,447
State:

$23,447
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+32.2%
State:

+32.2%

Income statistics for Asian residents

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$78,564
District of Columbia:

$78,564
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

9.0% (661)
District of Columbia:

9.0% (661)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

1.6% (119)
District of Columbia:

1.6% (119)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

3.2% (237)
District of Columbia:

3.2% (237)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

4.9% (364)
State:

4.9% (364)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

7.8% (572)
State:

7.8% (572)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

5.7% (417)
District of Columbia:

5.7% (417)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

14.8% (1,095)
State:

14.8% (1,095)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

24.9% (1,837)
State:

24.9% (1,837)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

6.0% (445)
State:

6.0% (445)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

5.1% (379)
State:

5.1% (379)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

8.8% (649)
District of Columbia:

8.8% (649)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

8.1% (599)
District of Columbia:

8.1% (599)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2009: $712,914,500

Distribution of median family income in 2009 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$91,911
State:

$91,911
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

3.6% (98)
District of Columbia:

3.6% (98)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

6.6% (179)
District of Columbia:

6.6% (179)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

6.4% (174)
District of Columbia:

6.4% (174)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

6.1% (166)
State:

6.1% (166)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

6.1% (165)
District of Columbia:

6.1% (165)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

3.2% (86)
State:

3.2% (86)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

9.2% (250)
District of Columbia:

9.2% (250)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

12.3% (335)
State:

12.3% (335)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

8.4% (230)
State:

8.4% (230)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

14.3% (390)
District of Columbia:

14.3% (390)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

9.1% (248)
State:

9.1% (248)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

14.9% (405)
State:

14.9% (405)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$72,080
State:

$72,080
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+126.3%
State:

+126.3%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$51,255
State:

$51,255
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+88.7%
District of Columbia:

+88.7%

Income statistics for Hispanic Or Latino residents

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$46,821
State:

$46,821
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

5.9% (1,014)
State:

5.9% (1,014)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

6.2% (1,069)
State:

6.2% (1,069)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

16.9% (2,894)
District of Columbia:

16.9% (2,894)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

14.1% (2,411)
State:

14.1% (2,411)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

9.4% (1,604)
State:

9.4% (1,604)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

7.3% (1,258)
District of Columbia:

7.3% (1,258)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

9.7% (1,662)
State:

9.7% (1,662)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

9.5% (1,624)
State:

9.5% (1,624)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

6.1% (1,048)
District of Columbia:

6.1% (1,048)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

4.2% (714)
District of Columbia:

4.2% (714)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

5.3% (904)
State:

5.3% (904)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

5.4% (921)
State:

5.4% (921)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2009: $1,206,814,300

Distribution of median family income in 2009 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$45,830
State:

$45,830
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

3.2% (267)
State:

3.2% (267)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

3.6% (306)
State:

3.6% (306)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

25.7% (2,168)
District of Columbia:

25.7% (2,168)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

13.2% (1,111)
State:

13.2% (1,111)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

9.4% (796)
State:

9.4% (796)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

8.4% (710)
State:

8.4% (710)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

8.6% (724)
State:

8.6% (724)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

5.4% (454)
District of Columbia:

5.4% (454)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

5.2% (437)
State:

5.2% (437)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

5.6% (475)
District of Columbia:

5.6% (475)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

3.9% (332)
State:

3.9% (332)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

7.7% (649)
District of Columbia:

7.7% (649)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$46,801
State:

$46,801
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+57.7%
State:

+57.7%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$26,026
State:

$26,026
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+49.8%
District of Columbia:

+49.8%

Income statistics for American Indian And Alaska Native residents

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Median household income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$137,713
State:

$137,713
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

14.0% (98)
State:

14.0% (98)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

4.1% (29)
District of Columbia:

4.1% (29)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

1.3% (9)
State:

1.3% (9)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

3.8% (27)
District of Columbia:

3.8% (27)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

6.7% (47)
State:

6.7% (47)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

8.7% (61)
State:

8.7% (61)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

14.7% (103)
State:

14.7% (103)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

19.1% (134)
State:

19.1% (134)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

9.3% (65)
State:

9.3% (65)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

5.8% (41)
State:

5.8% (41)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

5.1% (36)
District of Columbia:

5.1% (36)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

7.4% (52)
District of Columbia:

7.4% (52)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2009: $67,405,800

Distribution of median family income in 2009 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$138,402
District of Columbia:

$138,402
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

5.8% (9)
District of Columbia:

5.8% (9)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

5.8% (9)
District of Columbia:

5.8% (9)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

6.4% (10)
State:

6.4% (10)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

10.3% (16)
State:

10.3% (16)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

10.9% (17)
District of Columbia:

10.9% (17)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

2.6% (4)
State:

2.6% (4)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

10.3% (16)
State:

10.3% (16)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

0.6% (1)
District of Columbia:

0.6% (1)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

26.3% (41)
State:

26.3% (41)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

10.3% (16)
District of Columbia:

10.3% (16)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

10.9% (17)
State:

10.9% (17)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$70,781
State:

$70,781
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+122.6%
State:

+122.6%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$55,840
State:

$55,840
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+130.3%
State:

+130.3%

Income statistics for Multirace residents

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$51,197
District of Columbia:

$51,197
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

2.9% (104)
State:

2.9% (104)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

17.8% (635)
State:

17.8% (635)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

4.9% (174)
District of Columbia:

4.9% (174)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

14.4% (514)
District of Columbia:

14.4% (514)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

5.3% (191)
State:

5.3% (191)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

16.4% (586)
State:

16.4% (586)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

5.2% (186)
State:

5.2% (186)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

14.1% (503)
State:

14.1% (503)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

11.4% (409)
State:

11.4% (409)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

1.0% (34)
State:

1.0% (34)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

3.6% (128)
District of Columbia:

3.6% (128)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

3.1% (109)
State:

3.1% (109)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2009: $236,553,700

Distribution of median family income in 2009 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$81,742
State:

$81,742
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

9.2% (104)
State:

9.2% (104)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

5.9% (66)
State:

5.9% (66)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

4.3% (48)
State:

4.3% (48)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

8.2% (92)
District of Columbia:

8.2% (92)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

5.6% (63)
State:

5.6% (63)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

8.4% (95)
State:

8.4% (95)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

6.8% (77)
District of Columbia:

6.8% (77)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

17.5% (197)
State:

17.5% (197)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

8.9% (100)
State:

8.9% (100)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

7.7% (87)
State:

7.7% (87)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

8.7% (98)
District of Columbia:

8.7% (98)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

8.7% (98)
State:

8.7% (98)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$50,533
District of Columbia:

$50,533
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+91.5%
District of Columbia:

+91.5%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$24,456
State:

$24,456
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+6.7%
District of Columbia:

+6.7%

Income statistics for Other residents

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)

Distribution of median household income in 2009 (number of people)

Median household income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$40,962
State:

$40,962
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

5.3% (319)
State:

5.3% (319)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Washington:

11.2% (677)
State:

11.2% (677)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Washington:

25.2% (1,522)
District of Columbia:

25.2% (1,522)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Washington:

10.3% (623)
District of Columbia:

10.3% (623)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Washington:

11.6% (702)
District of Columbia:

11.6% (702)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Washington:

5.5% (334)
District of Columbia:

5.5% (334)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Washington:

9.0% (542)
State:

9.0% (542)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Washington:

9.1% (550)
State:

9.1% (550)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Washington:

2.8% (169)
State:

2.8% (169)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Washington:

3.3% (198)
State:

3.3% (198)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Washington:

3.6% (219)
State:

3.6% (219)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

3.2% (193)
State:

3.2% (193)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2009: $336,453,200

Distribution of median family income in 2009 (number of people)

Median family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$39,603
State:

$39,603
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

2.7% (116)
District of Columbia:

2.7% (116)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Washington:

9.2% (396)
District of Columbia:

9.2% (396)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Washington:

19.5% (840)
State:

19.5% (840)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Washington:

16.4% (707)
State:

16.4% (707)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Washington:

13.9% (598)
State:

13.9% (598)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Washington:

8.3% (356)
State:

8.3% (356)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Washington:

7.4% (318)
State:

7.4% (318)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Washington:

6.5% (282)
State:

6.5% (282)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Washington:

3.3% (141)
State:

3.3% (141)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Washington:

4.9% (212)
State:

4.9% (212)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Washington:

5.8% (250)
District of Columbia:

5.8% (250)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

2.3% (99)
State:

2.3% (99)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$46,095
State:

$46,095
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+72.1%
District of Columbia:

+72.1%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$22,071
State:

$22,071
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2009:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+57.2%
District of Columbia:

+57.2%
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