Median family income in the Virgin Islands

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Note: Non-consecutive years appear adjacent in the trend line
because one or more years have been deselected.

Definitions: Median income is the dollar amount which divides the income distribution in U.S.V.I. households into two equal groups -- half of households have income below the median, and half have income above. Data for the U.S. Virgin Islands is estimated for all families rather than for families with children.

Data Source:

2010 data are from U.S. Census.
Virgin Islands Community Survey, conducted by the Eastern Caribbean Center, University of the Virgin Islands. Table 1-15

Footnotes: Income and poverty data are based on the preceding year, therefore 2007 poverty levels are based on income earned in 2006.