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Direct State Expenditures Per Capita in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodePer Capita Expenditures
1Alaska0200010,747
2Delaware100007,918
3Hawaii150007,627
4Vermont500007,608
5Wyoming560007,136
6Massachusetts250006,789
7New Mexico350006,454
8North Dakota380006,375
9Oregon410006,091
10Kentucky210005,838
11West Virginia540005,818
12Rhode Island440005,723
13New York360005,280
14Arkansas050005,233
15Pennsylvania420005,209
16Montana300005,181
17Maine230004,996
18Maryland240004,990
19Minnesota270004,987
20New Jersey340004,960
21Louisiana220004,866
22California060004,800
23Connecticut090004,765
24Iowa190004,744
25Utah490004,734
26Washington530004,719
27Mississippi280004,708
28Alabama010004,462
29Kansas200004,409
30Wisconsin550004,405
31Ohio390004,400
32South Dakota460004,388
33South Carolina450004,350
34Oklahoma400004,298
35New Hampshire330004,225
36Virginia510004,221
37Michigan260004,202
38Indiana180004,194
39Illinois170003,993
40Colorado080003,872
41Nebraska310003,858
42Arizona040003,804
43Missouri290003,712
44Texas480003,501
45North Carolina370003,488
46Idaho160003,429
47Tennessee470003,381
48Nevada320002,963
49Georgia130002,939
50Florida120002,936

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

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