The Census Bureau may have given some good newsabout the economy recently, when it reported a 5.2 percent gain inmiddle-class median incomes — up to $56,500 in 2015 from $53,700 in2014 — but that doesn't mean blessings fall equally on allAmericans.

In fact, when 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the numbers to see whichstates were richest and which poorest, it found that 11 states werepretty much left out of income growth.

Cities saw the most income growth, while rural areas lagged. Andsouthern states didn't gain near as much as western ones.

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