Per capita income is the "mean" or average income received by individuals, that is, total income divided by total number of people. Here, we provide information for real per capita income, which means the data have been adjusted for inflation.
Inflation-adjusted per capita income in New Hampshire in 2014...
Was $52,773, compared to $46,049 in the United States.
Ranked 9th - from highest to lowest - in the United States in 2014.
Was $52,773. This compares to $39,627 in 1989, and $44,356 in 1999.
Note: The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a measure of inflation. Here we adjusted dollar values by the CPI-U, which is the most commonly used CPI. Using the CPI to put dollar values in a??reala?? terms makes it easier to see a??inflation-freea?? change over time. Our base year is 2014, which means all dollar values are in terms of 2014 dollars. For more information, see http://www.bls.gov/cpi/home.htm.
Source: 1969-2014: Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economic Data, Local Area Personal Income, Table CA1-3, http://www.bea.gov/regional/reis/