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

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25. Wisconsin
> Top 1% earn at least: $349,905
> Avg. income of top 1%: $964,358
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $50,953
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 29.5%

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24. Oregon
> Top 1% earn at least: $358,937
> Avg. income of top 1%: $908,898
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $46,090
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 32.7%

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23. Nebraska
> Top 1% earn at least: $363,310
> Avg. income of top 1%: $945,869
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $58,013
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 31.4%

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22. Georgia
> Top 1% earn at least: $371,811
> Avg. income of top 1%: $995,576
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $44,147
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 30.5%

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21. Utah
> Top 1% earn at least: $374,467
> Avg. income of top 1%: $1,057,066
> Avg. income of bottom 99%: $53,614
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 32.6%