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Is the average real income per person (i.e., their purchasing power) higher in states with private-sector right-to-work laws or in states without such laws?

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In 2012, the average nominal income in private-sector non-right-to-work states was 9.6% higher than in right-to-work states, but because the average prices of goods and services were higher in non-right-to-work states, the average real income was 1% higher in right-to work states.

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