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

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)

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

Median household income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$59,290
State:

$59,290
    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)
    State:

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

    7.1% (17,590)
    State:

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

    8.3% (20,622)
    District of Columbia:

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

    10.9% (27,231)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

    10.1% (25,135)

Change in median household income between 2000 and 2009:: -76.1%
Washington, District of Columbia -76.1%
District of Columbia -76.1%


Aggregate household income in Washington in 2009: $2,170,216,009

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

Median family income by family size

Median family income by earners

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

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

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)
    State:

    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)
    District of Columbia:

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

    7.5% (8,223)
    State:

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

    6.5% (7,127)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

    14.7% (15,987)


    Median income for 2 person families:
    Washington:

    $78,878
    District of Columbia:

    $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
    State:

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

    $53,733
    District of Columbia:

    $53,733


    Median income for families with 0 earners:
    Washington:

    $14,161
    State:

    $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
    District of Columbia:

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

    $126,012
    State:

    $126,012



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%




White householder:

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)

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
    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)
    State:

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

    4.4% (4,768)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

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

    19.3% (20,906)
    State:

    19.3% (20,906)

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

+10.7%
District of Columbia:

+10.7%


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)
    State:

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

    3.8% (1,511)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

    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)
    District of Columbia:

    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%




Black Or African American householder:

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)

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

Median household income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$36,948
District of Columbia:

$36,948
    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)
    District of Columbia:

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

    9.7% (11,985)
    State:

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

    11.5% (14,239)
    State:

    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)
    District of Columbia:

    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)

Change in median household income between 2000 and 2009:: -73.4%
Washington, District of Columbia -73.4%
State -73.4%


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
District of Columbia:

$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)
    State:

    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)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

    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%




Asian householder:

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)

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)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

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

    14.8% (1,095)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

    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)
    State:

    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)
    District of Columbia:

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

    6.1% (165)
    State:

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

    3.2% (86)
    District of Columbia:

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

    9.2% (250)
    State:

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

    12.3% (335)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

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

    9.1% (248)
    District of Columbia:

    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%




Hispanic Or Latino householder:

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)

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)
    State:

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

    14.1% (2,411)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

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

    9.7% (1,662)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

    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)
    District of Columbia:

    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
District of Columbia:

$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)
    State:

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

    13.2% (1,111)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

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

    5.2% (437)
    District of Columbia:

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

    5.6% (475)
    State:

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

    3.9% (332)
    District of Columbia:

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

    7.7% (649)
    State:

    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%




American Indian And Alaska Native householder:

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
District of Columbia:

$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)
    State:

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

    1.3% (9)
    District of Columbia:

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

    3.8% (27)
    State:

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

    6.7% (47)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

    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
State:

$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)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

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

    2.6% (4)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

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

    26.3% (41)
    District of Columbia:

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

    10.3% (16)
    State:

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

    10.9% (17)
    District of Columbia:

    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%




Multirace householder:

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)

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

Median household income in Washington in 2009:
Washington:

$51,197
State:

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

    2.9% (104)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

    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)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

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

    3.1% (109)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

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

    5.6% (63)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

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

    17.5% (197)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

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

    8.7% (98)
    District of Columbia:

    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%




Other householder:

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)

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:

    5.6% (319)
    State:

    5.6% (319)
    Number of households with income $10-20k:
    Washington:

    6.0% (343)
    State:

    6.0% (343)
    Number of households with income $20-30k:
    Washington:

    26.6% (1,522)
    State:

    26.6% (1,522)
    Number of households with income $30-40k:
    Washington:

    10.9% (623)
    District of Columbia:

    10.9% (623)
    Number of households with income $40-50k:
    Washington:

    12.3% (702)
    District of Columbia:

    12.3% (702)
    Number of households with income $50-60k:
    Washington:

    5.8% (334)
    District of Columbia:

    5.8% (334)
    Number of households with income $60-75k:
    Washington:

    9.5% (542)
    District of Columbia:

    9.5% (542)
    Number of households with income $75-100k:
    Washington:

    9.6% (550)
    State:

    9.6% (550)
    Number of households with income $100-125k:
    Washington:

    3.0% (169)
    State:

    3.0% (169)
    Number of households with income $125-150k:
    Washington:

    3.5% (198)
    State:

    3.5% (198)
    Number of households with income $150-200k:
    Washington:

    3.8% (219)
    State:

    3.8% (219)
    Number of households with income > $200k:
    Washington:

    3.4% (193)
    State:

    3.4% (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)
    State:

    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)
    District of Columbia:

    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)
    State:

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

    2.3% (99)
    District of Columbia:

    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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