The Census Bureau released the results of its annual American Community Survey, which collects information on multiple facets such as which states had the fastest growing incomes. Fortune staffer Chris Matthews notes that every state in Union saw the median income increase with Montana, Tennessee, and Oregon leading the way.
States with the highest income increases were spread all over the country from New England to the Pacific Northwest. It's also interesting to note that the results of this survey confute narratives of the 2016 presidential election:
We have been told that rust-belt states are struggling economically, and that’s why they represent an opportunity for Donald Trump—the outsider who will shake up Washington—to remake the electoral map. But rust-belt Wisconsin ranked as one of the states where income grew the fastest, while Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and Michigan were all in the middle of the pack.