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Axciom and American Demographics put together an index of Millionaire Households across the country here are some of their findings

Married with Money-and Children
Metropolitan Areas ranked by millionaire households with preschool-aged children or younger
1 Nashua, NH........................3.06%
2 Lowell, MA.........................2.66%
3 Provo-Orem, UT..................2.52%
4 Salt Lake City-Ogden, UT.....2.48%
5 Danbury, CT.......................2.37%
6 Anchorage, AK....................2.29%
7 Lawrence, MA.....................2.27%
8 Denver, CO........................2.16%
9 Boise, ID............................2.16%
10 Raleigh-Durham, NC............2.15%

Up and Coming
Millionaire Households under age 45
1 Stamford-Norwalk, CT...............3.20%..........4,457 households
2 San Jose, CA...........................2.56%.........14,954 households
3 State College, PA.....................2.49%..........1,106 households
4 Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon, NJ.....2.37%....10,754 households
5 Nassau-Suffolk, NY....................2.35%..........26,802 households
6 Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA..........2.32%.........2,114 households
7 Danbury, CT............................2.32%...........1,963 households
8 San Francisco, CA...................2.22%...........15,111 households
9 Iowa City, IA..........................2.17%...........1,013 households
10 Ann Arbor, MI........................2.05%...........4,925 households

Old Money
Millionaire Households not by income, but by lifetime accumulation
1 Honolulu, HI........................4.39%..............7,351 households
2 San Francisco, CA...............3.86%..............26,259 households
3 Santa Barbara, CA...............3.72%...............5,138 households
4 Stamford-Norwalk, CT..........3.60%...............5,038 households
5 Barnstable-Yarmouth, MA.....3.40%................3,040 households
6 San Jose, CA......................3.25%..............18,976 households
7 Naples, FL..........................3.20%...............3,963 households
8 San Luis Obispo, CA.............2.89%...............3,210 households
9 Salinas, CA........................2.69%................3,210 households
10 Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA..2.67%...............2,430 households

The Upper Crust
Households with a Net Worth of $2 Million or more
1 Stamford-Norwalk, CT...............25.30%...............35,267 households
2 San Jose, CA...........................12.87%...............75,177 households
3 San Francisco, CA.....................9.87%................66,579 households
4 Danbury, CT.............................8.57%.................7,261 households
5 Nassau-Suffolk, NY....................8.49%................96,857 households
6 Newark, NJ..............................6.94%.................59,090 households
7 Orange County, CA...................6.79%.................65,445 households
8 Bergen-Passaic, NJ....................6.72%.................34,675 households
9 Oakland, CA.............................6.69%.................59,090 households
10 Honolulu, HI............................6.59%................11,035 households
 

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^^^^ Nie stats but what year were they published? The Metro Areas used are the pre-2003 designations.

Nashua is now part of Manchester-Nashua MSA

Stamford-Norwalk i and Danbury are now part of Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk MSA

Lowell is now part of Boston-Cambridge-Quincy MSA

Raleigh-Durham are now separate MSAs

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Yeah,
San Francisco and Oakland are married again too-after a 20 year separation(LOL)

its weird how they used the old metro standards....now that you mention it, Ive seen lots of stats of current data that still uses the old boundaries. :)
 
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