The Value of a Dollar in Every State

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26. Montana
> Value of a dollar: $1.06 (24th highest)
> Personal income per capita: $47,120 (17th lowest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $45,041 (17th lowest)
> Median home value: $231,300 (18th highest)

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27. Nebraska
> Value of a dollar: $1.10 (15th highest – tied)
> Personal income per capita: $52,110 (20th highest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $52,833 (6th highest)
> Median home value: $155,800 (12th lowest)

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28. Nevada
> Value of a dollar: $1.03 (22nd lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $48,225 (20th lowest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $43,972 (12th lowest)
> Median home value: $258,200 (15th highest)

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29. New Hampshire
> Value of a dollar: $0.94 (8th lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $61,405 (7th highest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $51,929 (9th highest)
> Median home value: $263,600 (14th highest)

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30. New Jersey
> Value of a dollar: $0.88 (4th lowest)
> Personal income per capita: $67,609 (4th highest)
> Income adjusted by cost of living: $52,651 (7th highest)
> Median home value: $334,900 (6th highest)