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Health and Hospitals Local Expenditures Percent of Total in 2017

RankStateFIPS Code% of Total Expenditure
1North Carolina3700025.1 %
2South Carolina4500023.9 %
3Wyoming5600023.2 %
4Alabama0100022.8 %
5Mississippi2800020.9 %
6Indiana1800018.1 %
7Tennessee4700016.1 %
8Iowa1900014.3 %
9California0600014.1 %
10Idaho1600012.8 %
11Louisiana2200012.2 %
12Washington5300012.1 %
13Texas4800011.5 %
14Georgia1300011.4 %
15Florida1200010.9 %
16Alaska0200010.5 %
17Oklahoma400009.8 %
18Missouri290009.7 %
19Nebraska310008.8 %
20Kansas200008.6 %
20Kentucky210008.6 %
22Michigan260008.3 %
23New York360008.1 %
24Minnesota270008.0 %
25Colorado080007.8 %
26Ohio390007.4 %
27Nevada320007.1 %
28West Virginia540006.9 %
29Montana300006.2 %
30Oregon410006.0 %
31Utah490005.5 %
32District of Columbia110005.0 %
32Pennsylvania420005.0 %
34Illinois170004.9 %
34Wisconsin550004.9 %
36Arizona040004.6 %
37South Dakota460004.5 %
38Virginia510004.4 %
39New Mexico350003.8 %
40Massachusetts250003.2 %
41Maine230003.1 %
42Arkansas050002.9 %
43Maryland240001.9 %
44North Dakota380001.6 %
45Hawaii150001.4 %
45New Jersey340001.4 %
47Delaware100001.2 %
48Connecticut090000.9 %
49Rhode Island440000.5 %
50Vermont500000.4 %
51New Hampshire330000.3 %

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

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