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Credit Card Statistics

In this post, we're going to talk about the credit card statistics across the US. Credit card debt is still climbing in the country, and is becoming more and more difficult for consumers to keep up with the payments that they have.


How much credit card debt do Americans have?

After the second quarter of 2023, according to the latest consumer debt data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, there was a total of $1.031 trillion of credit card debt across America. This is the first time credit card debt has topped $1 trillion in the US. In the first quarter of 2023, the debt level did not change much. However, in the second quarter of 2023, Americans increased the credit card debt level by $45 billion, which caused the total debt level to top the $1 trillion dollar mark.


Since the fourth quarter of 2021, credit card debt has increased by over $175 billion, which is a staggering figure.




Average credit card debt per cardholders in the US by state

Connecticut

$9,408

New York

$9,165

New Jersey

$9,044

Rhode Island

$8,728

Texas

$8,701

Florida

$8,573

Hawaii

$8,556

Maryland

$8,463

Massachusetts

$8,405

Alaska

$8,185

Colorado

$8,011

Delaware

$7,993

Nevada

$7,905

Georgia

$7,790

California

$7,758

Illinois

$7,756

North Dakota

$7,714

Virginia

$7,663

Maine

$7,518

Utah

$7,489

New Hampshire

$7,415

Vermont

$7,368

Washington

$7,365

Minnesota

$7,217

Arizona

$7,213

Wyoming

$7,098

South Carolina

$7,063

North Carolina

$6,955

Nebraska

$6,900

Kansas

$6,762

Michigan

$6,744

Oregon

$6,682

Pennsylvania

$6,620

Missouri

$6,599

Louisiana

$6,475

Alabama

$6,453

Oklahoma

$6,401

Ohio

$6,394

South Dakota

$6,367

New Mexico

$6,355

Iowa

$6,315

Tennessee

$6,240

Montana

$6,160

Arkansas

$6,117

Wisconsin

$6,090

Idaho

$6,073

Mississippi

$6,035

West Virginia

$6,008

Indiana

$5,642

Kentucky

$5,408





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