The Value of a Dollar in Every State

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41. South Dakota
> Value of a dollar: $1.13 (6th highest)
> Personal income per capita: $50,141 (24th highest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $52,855 (5th highest)
> Median home value: $167,600 (17th lowest)

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42. Tennessee
> Value of a dollar: $1.11 (10th highest – tied)
> Personal income per capita: $47,179 (18th lowest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $46,885 (25th lowest)
> Median home value: $167,500 (16th lowest)

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43. Texas
> Value of a dollar: $1.03 (24th lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $49,161 (24th lowest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $45,823 (21st lowest)
> Median home value: $172,200 (20th lowest)

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44. Utah
> Value of a dollar: $1.03 (23rd lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $45,340 (10th lowest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $41,706 (6th lowest)
> Median home value: $275,100 (10th highest)

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45. Vermont
> Value of a dollar: $0.98 (13th lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $53,598 (19th highest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $47,971 (24th highest)
> Median home value: $226,300 (19th highest)