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State Spending – Debt – GDP – Population

Compare state and local spending for the 50 states against state growth and population.

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Total Spending
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Comparison of State and Local Government Spending
in the United States
-5yr -1yr   Fiscal Year 2000  +1yr +5yr
Amounts in $ per capita

Total Spending

StateState
Spending
Local
Spending
State and
Local
Spending
Gross
State
Product
Real
State
Growth
Popu-
lation
(million)
 District of Columbia$0.0$11,409.9$11,409.9$105,687.30.6%0.6 more
 Nevada$1,880.8$3,678.9$5,559.7$37,536.84.4%2.0 more
 Florida$1,940.1$3,313.1$5,253.2$30,567.94.0%16.0 more
 Arizona$2,010.5$3,278.3$5,288.8$32,187.85.2%5.2 more
 Texas$2,110.1$3,124.5$5,234.5$35,904.73.6%20.9 more
 Georgia$2,143.3$3,146.0$5,289.3$37,064.73.5%8.2 more
 Oklahoma$2,182.8$2,426.0$4,608.8$26,657.03.3%3.5 more
 Tennessee$2,189.6$3,422.5$5,612.1$32,057.01.0%5.7 more
 Indiana$2,224.9$2,904.2$5,129.1$33,783.93.1%6.1 more
 Missouri$2,276.4$2,708.4$4,984.8$33,475.62.8%5.6 more
 Kansas$2,327.9$3,025.0$5,352.9$32,463.42.7%2.7 more
 Illinois$2,343.0$3,666.6$6,009.6$39,642.43.4%12.4 more
 Colorado$2,363.6$3,684.5$6,048.1$41,214.37.4%4.3 more
 Virginia$2,418.0$2,942.7$5,360.7$37,883.64.1%7.1 more
 Nebraska$2,442.8$3,870.6$6,313.4$33,580.53.9%1.7 more
 Idaho$2,474.1$2,454.3$4,928.4$29,563.711.5%1.3 more
 California$2,482.7$4,405.4$6,888.2$40,514.67.6%34.0 more
 North Carolina$2,513.6$3,195.0$5,708.6$34,270.83.2%8.1 more
 Arkansas$2,562.5$2,008.3$4,570.8$25,801.30.7%2.7 more
 Michigan$2,567.0$3,606.7$6,173.7$35,367.81.4%10.0 more
 South Dakota$2,586.5$2,388.4$4,974.8$30,782.87.2%0.8 more
 New Hampshire$2,671.9$2,346.7$5,018.6$35,596.25.8%1.2 more
 All states combined$2,683.0$3,494.0$6,177.0$36,450.04.1%282.2 more
 Alabama$2,687.3$2,999.6$5,686.9$27,049.31.6%4.5 more
 Mississippi$2,711.8$2,687.3$5,399.1$23,231.30.5%2.8 more
 Wisconsin$2,728.5$3,683.4$6,411.9$33,843.32.5%5.4 more
 Ohio$2,789.5$3,231.3$6,020.8$34,452.72.1%11.4 more
 Iowa$2,813.6$3,071.8$5,885.4$32,440.75.0%2.9 more
 Maryland$2,827.0$2,934.2$5,761.2$36,327.03.3%5.3 more
 Louisiana$2,869.5$2,725.1$5,594.6$30,021.2-3.2%4.5 more
 Utah$2,946.8$2,864.7$5,811.5$31,432.44.6%2.2 more
 Pennsylvania$2,956.0$3,187.4$6,143.4$33,333.32.7%12.3 more
 Kentucky$3,063.0$2,240.3$5,303.3$28,433.1-2.9%4.0 more
 South Carolina$3,088.9$2,734.8$5,823.8$29,027.22.3%4.0 more
 New Jersey$3,101.0$3,364.9$6,465.9$42,784.94.5%8.4 more
 Minnesota$3,185.4$3,994.5$7,180.0$39,108.36.7%4.9 more
 Montana$3,272.6$2,241.2$5,513.7$24,214.02.2%0.9 more
 Washington$3,304.5$3,765.3$7,069.8$40,595.81.2%5.9 more
 West Virginia$3,426.7$2,102.0$5,528.7$23,517.7-0.6%1.8 more
 New Mexico$3,433.6$2,713.4$6,147.0$30,527.72.1%1.8 more
 New York$3,455.0$5,556.3$9,011.4$43,384.63.0%19.0 more
 Oregon$3,456.9$3,565.9$7,022.8$34,430.38.8%3.4 more
 Wyoming$3,468.1$4,101.7$7,569.9$35,047.53.6%0.5 more
 North Dakota$3,529.2$2,764.9$6,294.2$28,022.43.2%0.6 more
 Maine$3,551.6$2,433.4$5,985.0$28,725.13.9%1.3 more
 Massachusetts$3,653.1$3,292.4$6,945.5$45,519.58.0%6.4 more
 Vermont$3,752.8$2,408.5$6,161.3$29,961.45.0%0.6 more
 Rhode Island$3,780.4$2,319.3$6,099.8$32,758.24.4%1.1 more
 Connecticut$3,916.0$3,121.7$7,037.7$48,946.66.4%3.4 more
 Delaware$4,266.0$2,285.7$6,551.7$52,999.03.6%0.8 more
 Hawaii$5,312.4$1,476.9$6,789.3$33,989.61.8%1.2 more
 Alaska$8,892.5$4,667.7$13,560.3$42,887.9-1.7%0.6 more
Notes: actual

Data Sources:
State GDP Information
Federal: Fed. Budget: Hist. Tables 3.2, 5.1, 7.1
State and Local: State and Local Gov. Finances

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CBO Long-term Outlook 2015

On June16, 2015, the Congressional Budget Office released its annual Long Term Budget Outlook for 2015, which projects federal spending and revenue out into the 2080s.  As before, the CBO study shows that federal health-care programs will eat the budget, with federal spending exceeding 35 percent GDP by the end of the century while federal revenue stays below 25 percent GDP.

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