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Federal Spending by State

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Comparison of Federal Spending by State
in the United States
-5yr -1yr   Fiscal Year 2009  +1yr
Amounts in $ billion


Federal Non-Defense Spending
by State in $ billion


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StateTotal
Spending
Defense
Spending
Non-Defense
Spending
Direct
Payments
ProcurementGrantsSalaries
and
Wages
 
 All states combined$3,238.4$534.9$2,703.5$762.9$550.8$744.1$299.4
 California$346.0$59.3$286.6$80.8$69.0$90.9$23.5
 New York$195.0$13.6$181.3$54.0$14.5$62.4$12.4
 Texas$227.1$46.7$180.4$49.5$39.3$55.7$24.4
 Florida$175.7$23.2$152.5$50.7$18.5$32.0$12.2
 Pennsylvania$135.7$13.9$121.7$40.0$18.1$27.4$8.3
 Illinois$116.1$9.1$107.0$33.0$11.5$31.5$7.5
 Ohio$108.0$10.2$97.8$33.1$9.1$25.4$6.6
 Virginia$155.6$67.1$88.5$15.5$81.8$12.7$18.3
 Michigan$92.0$7.4$84.6$26.2$9.3$21.1$4.5
 North Carolina$84.8$12.5$72.3$18.5$5.2$20.9$11.6
 New Jersey$80.6$10.9$69.8$22.7$12.1$16.8$5.2
 Maryland$92.2$23.2$69.0$14.3$34.3$11.8$13.2
 Georgia$83.9$16.4$67.5$18.2$7.7$19.2$13.6
 Massachusetts$83.9$16.6$67.2$20.6$18.9$22.4$4.3
 Tennessee$68.5$4.2$64.3$17.1$10.4$17.1$3.6
 Washington$66.6$11.8$54.8$13.1$9.2$15.3$9.2
 Missouri$67.9$15.4$52.6$16.2$13.5$13.6$6.2
 Indiana$61.1$8.9$52.2$17.4$7.9$13.3$3.7
 Wisconsin$61.3$9.2$52.1$13.8$9.5$19.2$2.7
 Arizona$63.0$15.1$47.9$12.1$13.9$14.5$4.6
 District of Columbia$49.9$4.9$45.0$5.0$7.8$12.0$22.3
 Louisiana$48.4$5.6$42.8$12.6$4.0$15.2$3.8
 Alabama$54.7$12.3$42.4$12.1$10.4$10.0$4.7
 Minnesota$45.7$4.2$41.5$12.4$4.8$11.7$3.1
 South Carolina$46.9$6.7$40.2$10.2$8.2$9.2$3.9
 Kentucky$50.0$10.3$39.7$10.7$7.0$11.4$6.7
 Colorado$47.8$11.3$36.5$8.6$11.1$8.9$6.8
 Oklahoma$37.5$6.1$31.4$8.9$3.1$8.6$4.7
 Oregon$33.6$2.6$31.0$8.4$2.5$8.7$2.4
 Connecticut$42.6$12.9$29.7$9.2$13.0$8.8$1.8
 Kansas$34.7$5.9$28.8$13.8$3.0$5.4$4.3
 Iowa$29.4$2.3$27.0$8.9$2.3$7.6$1.7
 Mississippi$32.8$6.1$26.8$7.5$5.0$8.3$2.6
 Arkansas$27.3$2.1$25.2$7.1$1.0$6.9$2.2
 New Mexico$27.5$2.8$24.7$3.8$7.7$7.0$2.5
 West Virginia$19.8$0.9$18.9$4.7$0.8$4.9$1.9
 Hawaii$24.6$7.5$17.1$9.2$1.8$3.3$6.2
 Utah$20.7$3.9$16.8$3.5$3.6$4.9$2.8
 Nevada$18.9$2.7$16.2$4.3$2.1$3.8$1.8
 Nebraska$16.5$1.9$14.7$4.9$1.2$3.7$1.6
 Idaho$14.9$1.2$13.7$2.8$3.4$3.1$1.2
 Maine$14.2$2.0$12.2$2.9$1.4$4.1$1.1
 Rhode Island$11.5$1.1$10.4$3.1$0.7$3.6$0.9
 Montana$10.9$0.7$10.2$3.1$0.5$2.9$1.1
 New Hampshire$11.8$2.1$9.8$2.3$1.9$2.6$0.8
 South Dakota$9.5$0.9$8.6$3.1$0.6$2.5$1.0
 Alaska$14.2$6.0$8.2$0.9$5.0$3.7$3.1
 North Dakota$8.6$0.8$7.8$3.1$0.5$2.3$1.0
 Delaware$8.1$0.9$7.2$1.8$0.6$2.1$0.7
 Vermont$7.1$1.1$6.0$1.3$1.1$2.2$0.6
 Wyoming$6.3$0.4$5.9$1.2$0.3$2.6$0.7
Notes: guesstimated1 estimated actual

Data Source: US Census Bureau Statistical Abstract

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Federal Deficit and Outlay Actuals for FY16

On October 14, 2016, the US Treasury reported in its Monthly Treasury Statement (and xls) for September that the federal deficit for FY 2016 ending September 30 was $587 billion. Here are the numbers, including total receipts, total outlays, and deficit compared with the numbers projected in the FY 2017 federal budget published in February 2016:

Federal Finances
FY 2016 Outcomes
Budget
billions
Outcome
billions
Receipts $3,336$3,267
Outlays$3,951$3,854
Deficit$616$587

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