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This Is How Much the Average Person Spends on the Holidays in Every State

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Hawaii
> Est. holiday spending in 2019 per person: $1,176 (9th most)
> Real personal income per capita: $42,507 (5th least)
> Value of a dollar: $1.19 (the highest)

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Idaho
> Est. holiday spending in 2019 per person: $1,041 (25th least)
> Real personal income per capita: $42,895 (6th least)
> Value of a dollar: $0.93 (22nd lowest)

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Illinois
> Est. holiday spending in 2019 per person: $1,026 (18th least)
> Real personal income per capita: $51,892 (13th most)
> Value of a dollar: $0.99 (18th highest)

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Indiana
> Est. holiday spending in 2019 per person: $968 (7th least)
> Real personal income per capita: $47,704 (25th least)
> Value of a dollar: $0.90 (12th lowest)

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Iowa
> Est. holiday spending in 2019 per person: $1,074 (16th most)
> Real personal income per capita: $50,093 (21st most)
> Value of a dollar: $0.90 (12th lowest)

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