Median household income in Michigan
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Median household income
Definitions: The median represents the midpoint of all household income amounts.
U. S. Census Bureau and Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates (SAIPE) web site.
Detroit, Flint, and Grand Rapids use the American Community Survey, 1-Yr Estimate, Table B19013
For 2005, SAIPE switched from the Community Population Survey to the American Community Survey. Results are not comparable with prior years. For 2020 city-level data, the U.S. Census Bureau did not release its standard 1-year estimates from the 2020 American Community Survey (ACS) because of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on data collection. Therefore, these data are unable to be updated, and 2019 city data are reported again this year.
For 2020 city-level data, the U.S. Census Bureau did not release its standard 1-year estimates from the 2020 American Community Survey (ACS) because of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on data collection. Therefore, these data are unable to be updated, and 2019 city data are reported again this year.
Michigan League for Public Policy
The Michigan League for Public Policy is a nonprofit policy institute focused on opportunity for all. Its mission is to advance economic security, racial equity, health and well-being for all people in Michigan through policy change. It is the only state-level organization that addresses poverty in a comprehensive way.Learn More
- Michigan League for Public Policy
- 1223 Turner Street., Suite G-1
- Lansing, MI 48906-4369