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The Most Expensive City To Live in Every State

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Virginia: Charlottesville:
>Cost of living in Charlottesville: 3.4% less expensive than U.S. avg.
>Cost of living in Virginia: 1% more expensive than U.S. avg.
>Poverty rate: 11.1% (state:10.0%)
>Median household income: $75,176 (state: $76,398)

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Washington: Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue:
>Cost of living in Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue: 12% more expensive than U.S. avg.
>Cost of living in Washington: 7.4% more expensive than U.S. avg.
>Poverty rate: 8.4% (state:10.2%)
>Median household income: $90,790 (state: $77,006)

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West Virginia: Morgantown:
>Cost of living in Morgantown: 7.8% less expensive than U.S. avg.
>Cost of living in West Virginia: 12% less expensive than U.S. avg.
>Poverty rate: 19.1% (state:17.1%)
>Median household income: $53,681 (state: $48,037)

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Wisconsin: Madison:
>Cost of living in Madison: 3% less expensive than U.S. avg.
>Cost of living in Wisconsin: 6.8% less expensive than U.S. avg.
>Poverty rate: 10.4% (state:11.0%)
>Median household income: $73,807 (state: $63,293)

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Wyoming: Cheyenne:
>Cost of living in Cheyenne: 6.8% less expensive than U.S. avg.
>Cost of living in Wyoming: 7.7% less expensive than U.S. avg.
>Poverty rate: 8.9% (state:10.8%)
>Median household income: $69,369 (state: $65,304)

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