America’s 25 richest counties
D.C. area now boasts nearly half of wealthiest regions in U.S.

The Washington, D.C., area now boasts nearly half the wealthiest counties in the U.S. – including the Top 3.

Median household income, 2006 inflation-adjusted dollars

1. $100,318 Fairfax County, Va.

2. $99,371 Loudoun County, Va.

3. $94,260 Howard County, Md.

4. $93,297 Hunterdon County, N.J.

5. $92,125 Douglas County, Colo.

6. $91,688 Somerset County, N.J.

7. $89,587 Morris County, N.J.

8. $87,624 Montgomery County, Md.

9. $87,350 Arlington County, Va.

10. $85,994 Nassau County, N.Y.

11. $85,014 Stafford County, Va.

12. $84,891 Calvert County, Md.

13. $83,682 Forsyth County, Ga.

14. $81,907 Putnam County, N.Y.

15. $81,761 Marin County, Calif.

16. $81,449 Williamson County, Tenn.

17. $80, 838 Santa Clara County, Calif.

18. $80,783 Prince William County, Va.

19. $80,449 Alexandria city, Va.

20. $80,179 Charles County, Md.

21. $79,969 Fayette County, Ga.

22. $79,262 Scott County, Minn.

23. $79,173 Delaware County, Ohio

24. $79,160 Anne Arundel County, Md.

25. $78,488 Sussex County, N.J.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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