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

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Spending as percent of GSP
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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$11,415.9$11,415.9$107,222.80.6%0.6 more
 Nevada$1,881.3$3,679.9$5,561.2$37,453.04.0%2.0 more
 Florida$1,940.2$3,313.1$5,253.3$30,625.54.1%16.0 more
 Arizona$2,008.1$3,274.4$5,282.5$32,090.75.0%5.2 more
 Texas$2,109.9$3,124.2$5,234.1$35,636.13.2%20.9 more
 Georgia$2,142.5$3,144.9$5,287.4$37,146.43.7%8.2 more
 Oklahoma$2,183.1$2,426.3$4,609.4$26,628.43.4%3.5 more
 Tennessee$2,189.8$3,422.8$5,612.6$32,090.21.2%5.7 more
 Indiana$2,225.0$2,904.3$5,129.3$33,879.33.2%6.1 more
 Missouri$2,276.9$2,709.0$4,985.8$33,554.82.6%5.6 more
 Kansas$2,328.6$3,026.0$5,354.6$32,264.42.6%2.7 more
 Illinois$2,342.3$3,665.6$6,007.9$39,757.33.5%12.4 more
 Colorado$2,362.9$3,683.5$6,046.5$41,153.27.3%4.3 more
 Virginia$2,418.4$2,943.3$5,361.7$37,325.83.1%7.1 more
 Nebraska$2,443.5$3,871.7$6,315.2$33,515.24.1%1.7 more
 Idaho$2,473.8$2,454.1$4,927.9$29,514.811.6%1.3 more
 California$2,482.3$4,404.6$6,886.8$40,662.37.7%34.0 more
 North Carolina$2,514.3$3,195.9$5,710.2$34,605.13.3%8.1 more
 Arkansas$2,562.8$2,008.5$4,571.3$26,136.11.1%2.7 more
 Michigan$2,566.3$3,605.7$6,171.9$35,535.41.1%10.0 more
 South Dakota$2,587.0$2,388.8$4,975.8$31,062.86.9%0.8 more
 New Hampshire$2,670.6$2,345.6$5,016.3$35,794.36.1%1.2 more
 Alabama$2,687.5$2,999.9$5,687.3$26,882.51.4%4.5 more
 All states combined$2,690.0$3,503.2$6,193.2$36,563.24.1%281.4 more
 Mississippi$2,711.8$2,687.3$5,399.2$23,257.30.5%2.8 more
 Wisconsin$2,728.4$3,683.2$6,411.6$33,977.42.6%5.4 more
 Ohio$2,789.4$3,231.2$6,020.6$34,499.22.1%11.4 more
 Iowa$2,814.5$3,072.8$5,887.2$32,472.45.2%2.9 more
 Maryland$2,827.2$2,934.5$5,761.7$36,442.33.3%5.3 more
 Louisiana$2,871.4$2,726.8$5,598.2$30,113.1-3.3%4.5 more
 Utah$2,947.0$2,864.9$5,812.0$31,256.84.2%2.2 more
 Pennsylvania$2,955.7$3,187.1$6,142.7$33,419.62.6%12.3 more
 Kentucky$3,063.1$2,240.3$5,303.4$28,499.8-2.7%4.0 more
 South Carolina$3,089.4$2,735.2$5,824.7$29,014.32.4%4.0 more
 New Jersey$3,100.9$3,364.8$6,465.7$42,780.04.7%8.4 more
 Minnesota$3,185.3$3,994.3$7,179.6$39,206.46.6%4.9 more
 Montana$3,274.3$2,242.3$5,516.7$24,369.72.3%0.9 more
 Washington$3,304.1$3,764.9$7,069.0$40,467.11.3%5.9 more
 West Virginia$3,426.8$2,102.0$5,528.9$23,568.9-0.8%1.8 more
 New Mexico$3,434.3$2,714.0$6,148.3$30,608.92.1%1.8 more
 New York$3,455.7$5,557.4$9,013.2$43,003.43.9%19.0 more
 Oregon$3,455.7$3,564.7$7,020.4$34,502.78.8%3.4 more
 Wyoming$3,470.5$4,104.6$7,575.1$35,094.13.5%0.5 more
 North Dakota$3,533.8$2,768.5$6,302.2$28,482.53.4%0.6 more
 Maine$3,551.2$2,433.1$5,984.4$28,554.44.7%1.3 more
 Massachusetts$3,652.0$3,291.4$6,943.4$45,820.28.0%6.4 more
 Vermont$3,751.1$2,407.3$6,158.4$30,135.95.1%0.6 more
 Rhode Island$3,778.7$2,318.3$6,097.0$32,747.44.4%1.1 more
 Connecticut$3,916.1$3,121.8$7,037.9$49,206.16.2%3.4 more
 Delaware$4,265.8$2,285.6$6,551.4$54,008.73.8%0.8 more
 Hawaii$5,321.0$1,479.3$6,800.3$34,127.62.0%1.2 more
 Alaska$8,899.1$4,671.2$13,570.3$42,978.6-2.0%0.6 more
Notes: actual

Data Sources:
See 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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Federal: Fed. Budget: Hist. Tables 3.2, 5.1, 7.1
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