According a report in "Newsweek" magazine the two richest counties in the country are both in Virginia.
The survey was based on 2009 data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Topping the list was Virginia's Loudoun County with its median household income exceeding $114,000 per year. Seventeen percent of Loudoun households make more than $200,000 while only 16 percent earn less than the national average income of $50,000.
Second on the list was Fairfax County, Va. with a median household income of $102,499. In Fairfax, 51.2 percent of the households make more than six figures a year.
Following those two on the list were Howard County, Md; Morris County, N.J.; Arlington County, Va.; Montgomery County, Md.; Nassau County, N.Y.; Somerset, N.J.; and Calvert County, Md.
Muscogee County with a median household of $40,276 wasn't close to making the list.