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Cost of Living
Lincoln’s cost of living and per capita income are lower than the U.S. average
Regional price parities (RPPs) are price indexes that measure price level differences of goods and services (cost of living) for the average consumer between geographic regions. On average, the cost of living and per capita income in Lincoln is less than the U.S. average.
- In 2020, Lincoln’s RPP was 94% of the U.S. average. In other words, goods and services costed 6% less than they did on average in the United States.
- In 2020, Lincoln’s per capita income was 89% of the U.S. average. In other words, the per capita income in Lincoln was 11% lower than the average per capita income in the United States.