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

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30. Ohio
> Top 1% earn at least: $334,979
> Avg. income of top 1%: $858,965
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $46,157
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 27.5%

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29. Delaware
> Top 1% earn at least: $340,770
> Avg. income of top 1%: $869,461
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $51,049
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 31.0%

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28. Nevada
> Top 1% earn at least: $341,335
> Avg. income of top 1%: $1,354,780
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $41,470
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 23.5%

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27. North Carolina
> Top 1% earn at least: $343,066
> Avg. income of top 1%: $902,972
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $43,850
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 30.4%

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26. Rhode Island
> Top 1% earn at least: $346,657
> Avg. income of top 1%: $928,204
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $50,963
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 34.1%