Five of the nation’s Top Ten wealthiest counties–when measured by median household income in 2014–are suburbs of Washington, D.C.; and the three wealthiest are all in suburban Virginia, according to data released today by the Census Bureau.

Falls Church, Va.–an independent city which the Census counts as a county–led the nation with a median household income of $125,635 in 2014.

Loudon County, Va., was second with a median household income of $122,641.

Fairfax County, Va., was third with a median household income of $110,507.

The two other Washington, D.C., suburbs that made it into the Top Ten were Arlington County, Va., which finished sixth with a median household income of $107,143; and Howard County, Md., which finished seventh with a median household income of $106,871.

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