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How Much You Have to Make to Be in the Top 1% in Your State

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35. Michigan
> Top 1% earn at least: $328,649
> Avg. income of top 1%: $917,701
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $42,825
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 28.3%

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34. Arizona
> Top 1% earn at least: $331,074
> Avg. income of top 1%: $882,657
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $42,000
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 28.9%

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33. Iowa
> Top 1% earn at least: $331,572
> Avg. income of top 1%: $788,419
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $53,753
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 28.4%

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32. Tennessee
> Top 1% earn at least: $332,913
> Avg. income of top 1%: $947,021
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $44,219
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 26.1%

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31. Oklahoma
> Top 1% earn at least: $333,139
> Avg. income of top 1%: $932,520
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $52,533
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 25.2%

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