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States With the Most Credit Card Debt

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40. New Mexico
> Avg. credit card debt: $5,972
> Median household income: $51,945 (6th lowest)

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39. Idaho
> Avg. credit card debt: $5,978
> Median household income: $60,999 (20th lowest)

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38. Oregon
> Avg. credit card debt: $5,994
> Median household income: $67,058 (18th highest)

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37. Alabama
> Avg. credit card debt: $6,005
> Median household income: $51,734 (5th lowest)

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35. Wisconsin
> Avg. credit card debt: $6,008
> Median household income: $64,168 (21st highest)

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