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Per Capita and Median Household Income

Per Capita and Median Household Income

U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey (ACS)

2006-2010 5-Year Estimates, Population 25 or Older

  Per Capita Income Median Household Income
TENNESSEE $23,722 $43,314
Anderson County $24,242 $44,650
Blount County $24,071 $47,322
Campbell County $16,426 $30,686
Cumberland County $20,544 $36,813
Fentress County $17,291 $29,642
Knox County $27,349 $46,759
Loudon County $27,046 $49,343
Morgan County $17,883 $36,772
Roane County $23,196 $42,698
Scott County $15,087 $28,728

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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