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    The source for the data is noted under the graph title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by labrea View Post
    The source for the data is noted under the graph title.
    Where is the link? Those numbers don't match census data.

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    Maybe because the census data isn't in constant dollars.

    https://www.dollartimes.com/inflatio...nt=1&year=1967

    US Median Family Income, 1967-2014
    [Source: US Bureau of Census, Current Population Reports]
    https://www.census.gov/content/dam/C...mo/p60-252.pdf
    Year
    Number of Households (thousands)
    Median Family Income
    1967 60,813 $7,143
    1968 62,214 $7,743
    1969 63,401 $8,389
    1970 64,778 $8,734
    1971 66,676 $9,028
    1972 68,251 $9,697
    1973 69,859 $10,512
    1974 71,163 $11,197
    1975 72,867 $11,800
    1976 74,142 $12,686
    1977 76,030 $13,572
    1978 77,330 $15,064
    1979 80,776 $16,461
    1980 82,368 $17,710
    1981 83,527 $19,074
    1982 83,918 $20,171
    1983 85,407 $20,885
    1984 86,789 $22,415
    1985 88,458 $23,618
    1986 89,479 $24,897
    1987 91,124 $26,061
    1988 92,830 $27,225
    1989 93,347 $28,906
    1990 94,312 $29,943
    1991 95,669 $30,126
    1992 96,426 $30,636
    1993 97,107 $31,241
    1994 98,990 $32,264
    1995 99,627 $34,076
    1996 101,018 $35,492
    1997 102,528 $37,005
    1998 103,874 $38,885
    1999 104,705 $40,816
    2000 108,209 $41,990
    2001 109,297 $42,228
    2002 111,278 $42,409
    2003 112,000 $43,318
    2004 113,343 $45,817
    2005 114,384 $46,326
    2006 116,011 $49,568
    2007 116,783 $50,233
    2008 117,181 $52,029
    2009 117,538 $50,221
    2010 119,927 $51,144
    2011 121,084 $51,324
    2012 122,459 $51,915
    2013 123,931 $52,250
    2014 124,587 $53,657

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