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Table 3: Lower Living Standard Income Level (for a family of four persons) 23 MSAs1
Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) 2004 Adjusted LLSIL 70 percent LLSIL
Anchorage, AK $39,920 $27,940
Atlanta, GA $28,230 $19,760
Boston--Brockton--Nashua, MA/NH/ME/CT $36,330 $25,430
Chicago--Gary--Kenosha, IL/IN/WI $31,320 $21,920
Cincinnati--Hamilton, OH/KY/IN $29,880 $20,920
Cleveland--Akron, OH $30,630 $21,450
Dallas--Ft. Worth, TX $27,340 $19,140
Denver--Boulder--Greeley, CO $31,760 $22,230
Detroit--Ann Arbor--Flint, MI $29,410 $20,590
Honolulu, HI $40,550 $28,380
Houston--Galveston--Brazoria, TX $26,100 $18,270
Kansas City, MO/KS $28,950 $20,270
Los Angeles--Riverside--Orange County, CA $32,920 $23,050
Milwaukee--Racine, WI $29,660 $20,760
Minneapolis--St. Paul, MN/WI $30,110 $21,080
New York--Northern NJ--Long Island, NY/NJ/CT/PA $34,240 $23,970
Philadelphia--Wilmington--Atlantic City, PA/NJ/DE/MD $31,370 $21,960
Pittsburgh, PA $29,880 $20,920
St. Louis, MO/IL $28,370 $19,860
San Diego, CA $35,970 $25,180
San Francisco--Oakland--San Jose, CA $34,860 $24,400
Seattle--Tacoma--Bremerton, WA $35,450 $24,820
Washington--Baltimore, DC/MD/VA/WV2 $34,490 $24,140
1Rounded to next highest ten dollars.
2Baltimore and Washington are now calculated as a single metropolitan statistical area.


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