STATS Indiana

Indiana's Public Data Utility

LogoGet even more workforce data at Hoosiers by the Numbers

Select a State

Total Charges State & Local Revenues Percent of Total in 2017

RankStateFIPS Code% of Total Revenues
1South Carolina4500028.8 %
2Utah4900027.3 %
3Alabama0100026.0 %
4Kansas2000024.5 %
5Iowa1900023.6 %
6Mississippi2800022.5 %
6North Carolina3700022.5 %
8Oregon4100021.7 %
9Virginia5100021.4 %
9Washington5300021.4 %
11Florida1200020.6 %
12Colorado0800019.8 %
12Michigan2600019.8 %
14Wyoming5600019.7 %
15Indiana1800019.6 %
16California0600018.8 %
17Idaho1600018.6 %
18Oklahoma4000018.3 %
19Tennessee4700018.0 %
20Georgia1300017.8 %
21Nebraska3100017.7 %
22Missouri2900017.5 %
23Kentucky2100017.4 %
24Texas4800017.3 %
25West Virginia5400017.2 %
26Ohio3900016.9 %
27Wisconsin5500016.6 %
28Hawaii1500015.7 %
28Pennsylvania4200015.7 %
30Arkansas0500014.7 %
30Delaware1000014.7 %
32Louisiana2200014.4 %
33Nevada3200014.2 %
34Minnesota2700014.1 %
35Alaska0200014.0 %
36North Dakota3800013.7 %
37Arizona0400013.6 %
38South Dakota4600013.4 %
39New Hampshire3300013.0 %
40Vermont5000012.9 %
41Montana3000012.8 %
41New Mexico3500012.8 %
43Maine2300012.3 %
44Rhode Island4400012.0 %
45Illinois1700011.9 %
45Maryland2400011.9 %
47New Jersey3400011.5 %
48Massachusetts2500011.3 %
49New York3600010.9 %
50Connecticut090008.6 %
51District of Columbia110006.1 %

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

This page was generated on 4/2/2020 9:13:41 AM