Retail

The Ten States Where Walmart Is Everywhere

The Five States Where Walmart Can’t Break Through

5. Vermont
> Stores Per 1 Million People: 6.39
> Total No. of Stores: 4
> Median Income: $51,618 (20th Highest)
> Pct. Living Below The Poverty Line: 11.4% (12th Lowest)

4. New Jersey
> Stores Per 1 Million People: 6.26
> Total No. of Stores: 55
> Median Income: $64,918 (3rd Highest)
> Pct. Living Below The Poverty Line: 9.4% (4th Lowest)

3. Hawaii
> Stores Per 1 Million People: 5.88
> Total No. of Stores: 8
> Median Income: $64,098 (5th Highest)
> Pct. Living Below The Poverty Line: 10.4% (8th Lowest)

2. New York
> Stores Per 1 Million People: 4.9
> Total No. of Stores: 95
> Median Income: $54,659 (15th Highest)
> Pct. Living Below The Poverty Line: 14.2% (Tied for 25th Highest)

1. California
> Stores Per 1 Million People: 4.8
> Total No. of Stores: 179
> Median Income: $58,931 (9th Highest)
> Pct. Living Below The Poverty Line: 14.2% (Tied for 25th Highest)

Douglas A. McIntyre, Charles B. Stockdale

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