America's 10 Wealthiest States
According to Statista, Maryland has the second-highest millionaire density in 2020. The mid-Atlantic state ranks 18th with slightly over 6 million people.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Massachusetts has the most bachelor's degree holders per capita at over 7 million.
Merck and Johnson & Johnson are among the biotech leaders in the 11th most populous state, with 9 million people.
Hawaii is famed for its beaches and surfer lifestyle, but living there is expensive. Zillow reports Hawaii's median house value at $828,002.
California has the largest U.S. GDP at $3 trillion. It's the most populated state with 40 million people.
One of the top 25 richest cities in America, Darien, is in the Constitution State. Statista also ranks Connecticut third in per-capita wealthy households.
Amazon's presence in the Evergreen State has raised earnings and living costs. The typical home value in Washington is $582,732, up 36% from 2018.
1.4 million Granite Staters don't pay income or capital gains taxes. Zillow estimates the median home value as $405,600.
Colorado's magnificent outdoors draw many people, yet Centennial State homeowners pay a lot for their homes. Zillow's median house value is $545,794.
Virginia has some of the richest counties in the country, including Loudoun County, Fairfax County, and Arlington County.