According to the American Community Survey 2005-2009 five-year data, the median family income in Wisconsin ($64,609) was higher than the U.S. median family income ($62,363). However, per capita income in Wisconsin ($26,447) was lower than the U.S. ($27,041).
How can that be?
I’m guessing you picked D. Wisconsin families have more people per family employed than the national average.
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