How Much You Need to Make to Be in the 1% in Every State

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Montana
> Top 1% earn at least: $319,468 (12th lowest)
> Avg. income of top 1%: $802,220 (10th lowest)
> Median income: $26,328
> Adult bachelor’s degree attainment: 20.6%

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Nebraska
> Top 1% earn at least: $341,353 (20th lowest)
> Avg. income of top 1%: $894,390 (18th lowest)
> Median income: $27,782
> Adult bachelor’s degree attainment: 20.4%

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Nevada
> Top 1% earn at least: $350,199 (22nd lowest)
> Avg. income of top 1%: $1,567,761 (5th highest)
> Median income: $27,162
> Adult bachelor’s degree attainment: 15.6%

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New Hampshire
> Top 1% earn at least: $389,178 (14th highest)
> Avg. income of top 1%: $1,138,971 (13th highest)
> Median income: $43,522
> Adult bachelor’s degree attainment: 22.3%

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New Jersey
> Top 1% earn at least: $570,745 (3rd highest)
> Avg. income of top 1%: $1,509,794 (7th highest)
> Median income: $28,522
> Adult bachelor’s degree attainment: 23.4%