Hundred Dollars

This Is How Far One Hundred Dollars Will Go In Each State

 

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Hundred Dollars

 

Hundred Dollars

Regional Price Parities by State, 2015
State Relative Value of $100Rank
Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
Notes: D.C.’s rank does not affect states’ ranks, but the figure in parentheses indicates where it would rank if included. The U.S. all items RPP is the average price level across all states and D.C.
Mississippi$116.011
Alabama$115.212
Arkansas$114.423
South Dakota$113.384
Kentucky$112.875
West Virginia$112.496
Ohio$112.117
Missouri$111.988
Tennessee$111.239
Oklahoma$111.239
South Carolina$110.7411
Iowa$110.7411
Kansas$110.6213
Nebraska$110.3814
Louisiana$110.3814
Indiana$110.2516
North Carolina$109.6517
North Dakota$108.3418
Georgia$107.9919
Wisconsin$107.4120
Idaho$107.0721
Michigan$106.9522
New Mexico$105.9323
Montana$105.4924
Wyoming$103.9525
Arizona$103.9525
Texas$103.3127
Utah$103.0928
Minnesota$102.6729
Pennsylvania$102.1530
Nevada$102.0431
Maine$102.0431
Rhode Island$101.3233
Oregon$100.8134
Florida$100.5035
Illinois$100.3036
Delaware$99.6037
Vermont$98.4338
Virginia$97.5639
Colorado$96.9040
Washington$95.4241
New Hampshire$95.2442
Alaska$94.7043
Massachusetts$93.5544
Connecticut$92.0045
Maryland$91.2446
New Jersey$88.1847
California$88.1847
New York$86.7349
Hawaii$84.1850
District of Columbia$85.47(50)

Source: Tax Foundation; Via Daily Infographic

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