States most and least likely to live paycheck to paycheck

A GOBankingRates study identifies states where you're most and least likely to live paycheck to paycheck.

Methodology: Based on each state's median household income, states were ranked according to the percentage of the median paycheck that was left over after subtracting the following: (1) average housing cost per paycheck, (2) total amount spent on food per paycheck, (3) total amount spent on utilities per paycheck, (4) total amount spent on transportation per paycheck and (5) total amount spent on health per paycheck. The states' median household income figures were sourced from the U.S. Census Bureau's 2014 and 2015 American Community Surveys.

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