Study finds middle class income range in each state

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EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) – GOBankingRates released a new study that shows the lowest money you have to earn to be considered middle class in each US state.

Kentucky had the fourth lowest income level, according to the study:
• 2-person family middle-class income range: $34,839.33 to $103,998
• 3-person family middle-class income range: $41,035.49 to $122,494
• 4-person family middle-class income range: $50,071.78 to $149,468
Indiana had the 16th lowest:
• 2-person family middle-class income range: $39,184.95 to $116,970
• 3-person family middle-class income range: $45,338.23 to $135,338
• 4-person family middle-class income range: $53,330.66 to $159,196
Illinois had the 16th highest:
• 2-person family middle-class income range: $45,137.90 to $134,740
• 3-person family middle-class income range: $52,454.97 to $156,582
• 4-person family middle-class income range: $62,440.65 to $186,390

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This story was originally published on July 3, 2019.

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