The Fifty Rural Counties With The Lowest Personal Income In 2006

The fifty rural counties that have the lowest personal income in 2006.

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These are the fifty rural counties that were found to have the lowest personal incomes in 2006:

RankCountyStateIncome 2005Income 2006$ Change% Change
1LoupNE$10,172$9,140-$1,032-10.1%
2ZiebachSD$16,314$11,381-$4,933-30.2%
3BuffaloSD$15,073$12,471-$2,602-17.3%
4StarrTX$12,364$12,971$6074.9%
5SlopeND$24,640$13,885-$10,755-43.6%
6GrantNE$14,461$14,158-$303-2.1%
7ZavalaTX$14,799$14,607-$192-1.3%
8ToddSD$15,715$15,066-$649-4.1%
9MadisonID$14,638$15,166$5283.6%
10MaverickTX$14,999$15,667$6684.5%
11ShannonSD$16,176$15,759-$417-2.6%
12LafayetteFL$15,887$15,791-$96-0.6%
13HancockTN$15,376$15,795$4192.7%
14JacksonSD$19,509$15,846-$3,663-18.8%
15JacksonKY$15,696$16,034$3382.2%
16ElliottKY$16,062$16,439$3772.3%
17JeffersonMS$15,838$16,518$6804.3%
18PresidioTX$15,585$16,534$9496.1%
19San JuanUT$16,062$16,569$5073.2%
20ZapataTX$15,222$16,598$1,3769.0%
21HamiltonFL$15,927$16,614$6874.3%
22Wade Hampton Census AreaAK$16,303$16,677$3742.3%
23CrowleyCO$15,905$16,859$9546.0%
24UnionFL$15,830$16,950$1,1207.1%
25HudspethTX$15,168$17,007$1,83912.1%
26LewisKY$16,286$17,015$7294.5%
27GuadalupeNM$16,004$17,047$1,0436.5%
28LakeTN$16,558$17,085$5273.2%
29McCrearyKY$16,667$17,239$5723.4%
30MenifeeKY$16,654$17,262$6083.7%
31SiouxNE$18,491$17,387-$1,104-6.0%
32ClayKY$16,643$17,413$7704.6%
33MorganKY$16,725$17,467$7424.4%
34WheelerGA$17,469$17,483$140.1%
35BentCO$17,609$17,590-$19-0.1%
36MitchellTX$17,133$17,640$5073.0%
37SiouxND$18,525$17,642-$883-4.8%
38ConchoTX$18,251$17,770-$481-2.6%
39HardingNM$19,571$17,849-$1,722-8.8%
40ChildressTX$18,278$17,885-$393-2.2%
41MoraNM$17,291$18,037$7464.3%
42WilkinsonMS$17,545$18,212$6673.8%
43IssaquenaMS$19,669$18,266-$1,403-7.1%
44NobleOH$17,973$18,366$3932.2%
45PecosTX$17,780$18,462$6823.8%
46BentonMS$18,103$18,478$3752.1%
47TelfairGA$17,934$18,523$5893.3%
48WayneTN$17,989$18,575$5863.3%
49HancockGA$17,621$18,585$9645.5%
50CalhounGA$18,602$18,606$40.0%
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