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Direct State & Local Expenditures Per Capita in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodePer Capita Expenditures
1District of Columbia1100019,075
2Alaska0200017,202
3Wyoming5600015,339
4New York3600014,435
5North Dakota3800012,790
6Vermont5000011,774
7California0600011,574
8Massachusetts2500011,368
9Delaware1000011,282
10Oregon4100010,830
11Minnesota2700010,659
12New Jersey3400010,348
13New Mexico3500010,282
14Pennsylvania4200010,102
15Washington5300010,041
16Maryland2400010,036
17Iowa190009,971
18Rhode Island440009,939
19Hawaii150009,831
20Connecticut090009,491
21Wisconsin550009,271
22Ohio390009,254
23Kansas200009,251
24Nebraska310009,184
25Illinois170009,169
26Louisiana220009,121
27Montana300009,007
28Colorado080008,913
29West Virginia540008,866
30Kentucky210008,850
31Mississippi280008,766
32Virginia510008,712
33Maine230008,697
34South Carolina450008,635
35Alabama010008,517
36Michigan260008,482
37Utah490008,390
38Arkansas050008,361
39South Dakota460008,242
40New Hampshire330008,210
41Texas480008,037
42Indiana180007,997
43Missouri290007,662
44North Carolina370007,651
45Oklahoma400007,446
46Nevada320007,396
47Florida120007,324
48Arizona040007,075
49Tennessee470006,955
50Georgia130006,867
51Idaho160006,771

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

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