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The northwestern corner of the town of Princeton is the neighborhood with the highest median income in the town, according to data collected in the 2010 U.S. Census.

An interactive map published by the U.S. Census website and available for viewing on indicates median household income by color code in neighborhoods throughout the United States. The map shows the region west of Van Horne Road and north of Mountain Avenue to havethe highest median income, at $151,276 per household in 2010.

The Census defines household income as theincome of the householder and all other individuals in the household 15 and over.

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