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States With the Most Credit Card Debt

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30. Arizona
> Avg. credit card debt: $6,195
> Median household income: $62,055 (23rd lowest)

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29. Wyoming
> Avg. credit card debt: $6,204
> Median household income: $65,003 (19th highest)

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28. Oklahoma
> Avg. credit card debt: $6,207
> Median household income: $54,449 (8th lowest)

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27. North Carolina
> Avg. credit card debt: $6,209
> Median household income: $57,341 (12th lowest)

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26. Minnesota
> Avg. credit card debt: $6,223
> Median household income: $74,593 (13th highest)

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