"Of the 10 richest House districts, only two have Republican congressmen. Democrats claim the top six, sprinkled along the East and West coasts. … The richest: New York’s 12th Congressional District, which includes Manhattan’s Upper East Side … Democrat Carolyn Maloney is in her 11th term representing the district. … Democratic House districts have an average per-capita income of $27,893. That’s about $1,000 higher than the average income in Republican districts. The difference is relatively small because Democrats also represent a lot of poor districts, putting the average in the middle."

–The 10- richest House districts (based on per-capita income, according to the Census Bureau): 1) New York 12th, Rep. Carolyn Maloney, Democrat, $75,479 … 2) California 33rd, Rep. Henry Waxman, Democrat, $61,273 … 3) New York 10th, Rep. Jerry Nadler, Democrat, $56,138 … 4) California 18th, Rep. Anna Eshoo, Democrat, $54,182 … 5) Connecticut 4th, Rep. Jim Himes, Democrat, $50,732 … 6) Virginia 8th, Rep. Jim Moran, Democrat, $50,210 … 7) New Jersey 7th, Rep. Leonard Lance, Republican, $48,556 … 8) California 12th, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Democrat, $48,523 … 9) New York 3rd, Rep. Steve Israel, Democrat, $47,991 … 10) Virginia 10th, Rep. Frank Wolf, Republican, $47,281. goo.gl/QQlz3f