Special Report

The Most Expensive City To Live in Every State

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Colorado: Denver-Aurora-Lakewood:
>Cost of living in Denver-Aurora-Lakewood: 7.3% more expensive than U.S. avg.
>Cost of living in Colorado: 2.9% more expensive than U.S. avg.
>Poverty rate: 8.3% (state:9.8%)
>Median household income: $83,289 (state: $75,231)

Connecticut: Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk:
>Cost of living in Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk: 5.6% more expensive than U.S. avg.
>Cost of living in Connecticut: 3.4% more expensive than U.S. avg.
>Poverty rate: 8.9% (state:9.8%)
>Median household income: $97,539 (state: $79,855)

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Delaware: Dover
>Cost of living in Dover 5.1% less expensive than U.S. avg.
>Cost of living in Delaware: 2.1% less expensive than U.S. avg.
>Poverty rate: 13.2% (state:11.4%)
>Median household income: $60,117 (state: $69,110)

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Florida: Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach
>Cost of living in Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach: 10% more expensive than U.S. avg.
>Cost of living in Florida: 0.7% more expensive than U.S. avg.
>Poverty rate: 13.9% (state:13.3%)
>Median household income: $59,030 (state: $57,703)

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Georgia: Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta:
>Cost of living in Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta: 1.8% less expensive than U.S. avg.
>Cost of living in Georgia: 5.5% less expensive than U.S. avg.
>Poverty rate: 11.4% (state:14.3%)
>Median household income: $71,193 (state: $61,224)

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