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Intergovernment State Expenditures Per Capita in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodePer Capita Expenditures
1Wyoming560005,326
2New York360003,167
3Vermont500002,884
4California060002,741
5North Dakota380002,621
6Connecticut090002,572
7Alaska020002,473
8Minnesota270002,434
9New Mexico350002,332
10Michigan260002,134
11Maine230001,820
12Arkansas050001,790
13Iowa190001,753
14Pennsylvania420001,740
15Washington530001,710
16Kansas200001,671
17Delaware100001,655
18Ohio390001,612
19Nevada320001,607
20Maryland240001,599
21Wisconsin550001,524
22Mississippi280001,515
23Illinois170001,502
24Indiana180001,500
25Alabama010001,422
26Virginia510001,409
27Idaho160001,402
28Oregon410001,383
29Louisiana220001,374
30Colorado080001,355
31West Virginia540001,352
32South Carolina450001,341
33Massachusetts250001,331
34New Jersey340001,313
35North Carolina370001,309
36Kentucky210001,287
37Nebraska310001,282
38Utah490001,215
39Rhode Island440001,210
40Georgia130001,184
41Tennessee470001,175
42Arizona040001,149
43Oklahoma400001,131
44Texas480001,082
45Montana300001,072
46Missouri290001,031
47Florida120001,025
48South Dakota46000989
49New Hampshire33000617
50Hawaii15000230

Data Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

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