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List of ethnic groups in the United States by household income

By ancestryEdit

  1. Indian American (2016) : $110,026 [1]
  2. South African American (2016) : $100,059 [2]
  3. Australian American (2016) : $91,452 [2]
  4. Taiwanese American (2016) : $90,221 [2]
  5. Filipino American (2016) : $88,745 [1]
  6. British American (2016) : $79,872[2]
  7. Austrian American (2016) : $78,127[2]
  8. Russian American (2016): $77,841[2]
  9. Japanese American (2016): $77,504[2]
  10. Bulgarian American (2016): $76,862[2]
  11. Lithuanian American (2016) : $76,694[2]
  12. Israeli American (2016) : $76,584 [2]
  13. Slovene American (2016) : $75,940[2]
  14. Basque American (2016) : $75,864[2]
  15. Lebanese American (2016): $75,337[2]
  16. Croatian American (2016): $73,991[2]
  17. Sri Lankan American: $73,856[2]
  18. Scandinavian American (2016): $73,797[2]
  19. Chinese American (2016): $73,788[1]
  20. Belgian American (2016) : $73,443[2]
  21. Malaysian American (2016): $72,827[1]
    (excluding Taiwanese American)
  22. Swiss American (2016) : $72,823[2]
  23. Iranian American (2016) : $72,733[2]
  24. Italian American (2016) : $72,586[2]
  25. Ukrainian American (2016): $72,449 [2]
  26. Romanian American (2016): $72,381[2]
  27. Greek American (2016): $72,291[2]
  28. Scottish American (2016): $71,925[2]
  29. Danish American (2016) : $71,550[2]
  30. Swedish American (2016): $71,217 [2]
  31. Polish American (2016): $71,172[2]
  32. Slavic American (2016) : $71,163[2]
  33. Norwegian American (2016): $71,142[2]
  34. Canadian American (2016) : $70,809[2]
  35. Welsh American (2016): $70,351[2]
  36. Czech American (2016) : $70,454[2]
  37. Czechslovakian American (2016) : $70,084[2]
  38. Finnish American (2016) : $70,045[2]
  39. Serbian American (2016) : $70,028[2]
  40. Hungarian American (2016): $69,515[2]
  41. French Canadian American (2016) : $68,075[2]
  42. Portuguese American (2016): $67,807[2]
  43. English American (2016) : $67,663[2]
  44. Slovak American (2016) : $67,471[2]
  45. Armenian American (2016): $67,450[2]
  46. German American (2016): $67,306[2]
  47. Irish American (2016) : $66,688[2]
  48. Ghanaian American (2016): $66,571[2]
  49. Turkish American (2016) : $66,566[2]
  50. Palestinian American (2016): $65,170[2]
  51. Egyptian American (2016) : $64,728[2]
  52. Vietnamese American : $64,191[3]
  53. Scotch-Irish American (2016) : $64,187[2]
  54. Yugoslavian American (2016) : $63,765[2]
  55. Dutch American (2016) : $63,597[2]
  56. French American (2016) : $63,471[2]
  57. Syrian American (2016): $63,096[2]
  58. Nepali American : $62,848[4][5]
  59. Albanian American (2016) : $62,624[2]
  60. Indonesian American : $61,943[4]
  61. Guyanese American (2016) : $60,968[2]
  62. Nigerian American (2016): $60,732[2]
  63. British West Indian American (2016): $60,407[2]
  64. Vietnamese American : $58,700[6]
    (Foreign Born)
  65. Cuban American : $57,000[7]
  66. West Indian American : $56,998[2]
  67. Brazilian American (2016): $56,151[2]
  68. Barbadian American : $56,078[2]
  69. Argentine American: $55,000[8]
  70. Laotian American : $53,655[4]
  71. Thai American : $53,468[4]
  72. Cambodian American : $53,359[4]
  73. Cajun American : $52,886[2]
  74. Jamaican American (2016): $52,669[2]
  75. Trinidadian and Tobagonian American : $55,303[2]
  76. Moroccan American (2016) : $52,436[2]
  77. Peruvian Americans : $52,000[2]
  78. American (2016): $51,601[2]
  79. Jordanian American (2016): $51,552[2]
  80. Pennsylvania German American (2016): $48,955[2]
  81. Ecuadorian American : $49,000[2]
  82. Colombian American : $48,000[8]
  83. Haitian American (2016): $47,990[2]
  84. Cape Verdean American (2016) : $47,281[2]
  85. Assyrian/Chaldean/Syriac American (2016): $44,733[2]
  86. Pakistani American : $44,677[4]
  87. Bangladeshi American : $44,512[4]
  88. Afghan American : $43,838[2]
  89. Arab American (2016): $42,204[2]
  90. Bahamian American : $42,000[2]
  91. Ethiopian American (2016) : $41,357[2]
  92. Puerto Rican American : $40,000[8]
  93. Mexican American : $38,000[8]
  94. Burmese American : $35,016[4]
  95. Iraqi American (2016) : $32,818[2]
  96. Dominican American : $32,300[8]
  97. Somali American (2016): $24,185[2]

By Native American tribe groupingEdit

  1. Chickasaw : $49,963[9]
  2. Choctaw : $47,783[9]
  3. Alaska Natives : $47,401[9]
  4. Creek : $41,897[9]
  5. Iroquois : $40,471[9]
  6. Cherokee : $37,730[9]
  7. Blackfeet : $37,033[9]
  8. Chippewa : $34,463[9]
  9. Lumbee : $33,863[9]
  10. Navajo : $31,057[9]
  11. Sioux : $29,079[9]
  12. Apache : $28,745[9]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  5. ^ Kugelman, Michael (24 May 2012). "How affluent are the Pakistani-Americans?". Dawn. Retrieved 14 August 2016. According to a 2011 report by the Asian American Center for Advancing Justice (AACAJ), which draws on data from the 2010 US Census and other US government sources, the median household income of Pakistani-American families is nearly $63,000. This is considerably higher than the figure for families in America on the whole ($51,369).
  6. ^ "Vietnamese in the U.S. Fact Sheet". 8 September 2017.
  7. ^ LÓPEZ, Gustavo (2015-09-15). "Hispanics of Cuban Origin in the United States, 2013". pewhispanic.org. Retrieved 2018-11-03.
  8. ^ a b c d e Ferdman, Roberto A. (2014-07-01). "The great American Hispanic wealth gap". Washington Post. ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved 2018-01-13.
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Median household income in 2014 (dollars) [1]". American Community Survey. United States Census Bureau. 2014. Retrieved 28 December 2015.