Thursday, March 7, 2019

The USA is now living the life of countries like


Make America Poorer Still

The USA is now living the life of countries like

North Korea,  Russia, China, Cuba, Brazil Syria, Iran,

and so on.


And

Quickly sinking into a real 3rd world category like.


If you, like me, wish to check on why,
 please read up on your state and country government?

How long has your state been under the control of one political party 
and
 how does your state fear compared to others?

America’s Richest & Poorest States
September 21, 2015 ( census).
AMERICA’S RICHEST AND POOREST STATES

50. Mississippi – Median household income: $39,680  Poverty rate: 21.5%

49. West Virginia – Median household income: $41,059  Poverty rate: 18.3%

48. Arkansas – Median household income: $41,262  Poverty rate: 18.9%

47. Alabama – Median household income: $42,830  Poverty rate: 19.3%

46. Kentucky – Median household income: $42,958  Poverty rate: 19.1%

45. Tennessee – Median household income: $44,361  Poverty rate: 18.3%

44. Louisiana – Median household income: $44,555  Poverty rate: 19.8%

43. New Mexico – Median household income: $44,803  Poverty rate: 21.3%

42. South Carolina – Median household income: $45,238  Poverty rate: 18.0%

41. Montana – Median household income: $46,328  Poverty rate: 15.4%

40. North Carolina – Median household income: $46,556  Poverty rate: 17.2%

39. Florida – Median household income: $47,463  Poverty rate: 16.5%

38. Oklahoma – Median household income: $47,529  Poverty rate: 16.6%

37. Idaho – Median household income: $47,861 Poverty rate: 14.8%

36. Missouri – Median household income: $48,363  Poverty rate: 15.5%

35. Ohio – Median household income: $49,308  Poverty rate: 15.8%

34. Georgia – Median household income: $49,321  Poverty rate: 18.3%

33. Indiana – Median household income: $49,446  Poverty rate: 15.2%

32. Maine – Median household income: $49,462  Poverty rate: 14.1%

31. Michigan – Median household income: $49,847  Poverty rate: 16.2%

30. Arizona – Median household income: $50,068  Poverty rate: 18.2%

29. South Dakota – Median household income: $50,979  Poverty rate: 14.2%

28. Oregon – Median household income: $51,075  Poverty rate: 16.6%

27. Nevada – Median household income: $51,450  Poverty rate: 15.2%

26. Kansas – Median household income: $52,504  Poverty rate: 13.6%

25. Wisconsin – Median household income: $52,622 Poverty rate: 13.2%

24. Nebraska – Median household income: $52,686  Poverty rate: 12.4%

23. Texas – Median household income: $53,035  Poverty rate: 17.2%

22. Pennsylvania – Median household income: $53,234  Poverty rate: 13.6%

21. Iowa – Median household income: $53,712  Poverty rate: 12.2%

20. Vermont – Median household income: $54,166  Poverty rate: 12.2%

19. Rhode Island – Median household income: $54,891  Poverty rate: 14.3%

18. Wyoming – Median household income: $57,055  Poverty rate: 11.2%

17. Illinois – Median household income: $57,444  Poverty rate: 14.4%

16. New York – Median household income: $58,878  Poverty rate: 15.9%

15. North Dakota – Median household income: $59,029  Poverty rate: 11.5%

14. Delaware – Median household income: $59,716  Poverty rate: 12.5%

13. Utah – Median household income: $60,922  Poverty rate: 11.7%

12. Colorado – Median household income: $61,303 Poverty rate: 12.0%

11. Washington – Median household income: $61,366  Poverty rate: 13.2%

10. Minnesota – Median household income: $61,481  Poverty rate: 11.5%

9. California – Median household income: $61,933  Poverty rate: 16.4%

8. Virginia – Median household income: $64,902  Poverty rate: 11.8%

7. New Hampshire – Median household income: $66,532  Poverty rate: 9.2%

6. Massachusetts – Median household income: $69,160  Poverty rate: 11.6%

5. Hawaii – Median household income: $69,592  Poverty rate: 11.4%

4. Connecticut – Median household income: $70,048  Poverty rate: 10.8%

3. Alaska – Median household income: $71,583  Poverty rate: 11.2%

2. New Jersey – Median household income: $71,919  Poverty rate: 11.1%

1. Maryland- Median household income: $73,971  Poverty rate: 10.1%


How long has your country 
been under the control of 
a one political party?

Twenty years sound about right to you?
2016 Election


Connecticut is home to 17 billionaires, according to


Released Tuesday.

The ranking includes 2,153 people
who have a combined wealth of $8.7 trillion.
How many 
(Billionaires) 
live in your state?


The official poverty rate is 12.3 percent,
based on the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 estimates.
That year, an estimated 39.7 million Americans
lived in poverty according to the official measure. 
According to supplemental poverty measure,
the poverty rate was 13.9 percent.  






June 23, 2018




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