Mississippi has been named the poorest state in the union according to 24/7 Wall Street

Chicot Memorial

Median household income in the Magnolia state is $39,680, below the national average of $53,657. Some of the factors considered were the poverty rate and unemployment. As some reports suggest, the state may be the poorest but we have the lowest gas prices in the country; the state’s average is $1.93 and you can buy a gallon of regular gas for $1.59 in Meridian.


RECOMMENDED FOR YOU

Be the first to comment on "Mississippi has been named the poorest state in the union according to 24/7 Wall Street"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*