The Value of a Dollar in Every State

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1. Alabama
> Value of a dollar: $1.15 (2nd highest)
> Personal income per capita: $42,334 (5th lowest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $43,684 (10th lowest)
> Median home value: $141,300 (7th lowest)

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2. Alaska
> Value of a dollar: $0.95 (10th lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $59,687 (10th highest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $51,079 (11th highest)
> Median home value: $273,100 (12th highest – tied)

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3. Arizona
> Value of a dollar: $1.04 (25th highest)
> Personal income per capita: $43,650 (9th lowest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $40,814 (4th lowest)
> Median home value: $223,400 (21st highest)

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4. Arkansas
> Value of a dollar: $1.15 (3rd highest)
> Personal income per capita: $42,566 (6th lowest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $44,018 (13th lowest)
> Median home value: $128,500 (3rd lowest)

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5. California
> Value of a dollar: $0.87 (3rd lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $62,586 (6th highest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $48,384 (23rd highest)
> Median home value: $509,400 (2nd highest)