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Compare States Growth And Debt

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

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GSP Growth

Revenue as percent of GSP
 Total Revenue
 Income Taxes
 Social Insurance Taxes
 Ad-valorem Taxes
 Fees and Charges
 Business and Other
 GSP Growth

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Comparison of State and Local Government Revenue and Debt
in the United States
-5yr -1yr   Fiscal Year 2009  +1yr +5yr
Amounts in $ per capita
StateState &
State &
 Idaho$4,383.8$3,789.7$34,974.1-4.0%1.5 more
 Wyoming$9,582.8$4,146.9$69,616.2-0.8%0.5 more
 Arkansas$4,092.3$4,491.8$36,630.2-2.7%2.9 more
 Mississippi$4,445.7$4,553.1$31,220.2-3.4%3.0 more
 Oklahoma$5,240.0$4,963.5$39,865.7-2.2%3.7 more
 Iowa$5,605.0$5,141.6$45,384.8-1.2%3.0 more
 West Virginia$5,646.2$5,426.3$34,483.3-0.8%1.8 more
 Georgia$5,053.2$5,449.9$41,106.6-3.2%9.8 more
 North Carolina$4,399.3$5,515.6$43,647.6-1.6%9.4 more
 Alabama$5,353.8$5,858.6$35,902.0-3.4%4.7 more
 Tennessee$5,253.4$5,897.5$39,303.6-3.5%6.3 more
 Maine$4,676.9$6,012.6$38,168.9-2.2%1.3 more
 North Dakota$7,021.5$6,294.0$49,682.81.8%0.6 more
 Utah$4,319.5$6,488.4$41,095.4-1.6%2.8 more
 Montana$4,855.8$6,503.9$36,622.0-2.2%1.0 more
 Ohio$3,344.4$6,547.0$41,253.3-4.9%11.5 more
 South Dakota$3,658.7$6,851.1$45,519.21.4%0.8 more
 Missouri$3,852.9$7,114.3$41,876.4-1.8%6.0 more
 Maryland$5,343.2$7,169.1$53,410.8-0.3%5.7 more
 Wisconsin$2,388.4$7,289.7$43,485.1-2.6%5.7 more
 Vermont$6,212.1$7,295.7$40,610.5-2.5%0.6 more
 Arizona$4,757.0$7,372.9$36,891.9-8.1%6.6 more
 Virginia$4,883.3$7,430.8$51,514.3-0.1%7.9 more
 Nebraska$7,161.9$7,548.2$48,351.30.6%1.8 more
 Louisiana$5,379.2$7,682.6$46,717.82.6%4.5 more
 Indiana$5,681.0$7,976.5$40,856.8-6.5%6.4 more
 Florida$5,108.3$7,990.7$38,930.0-6.2%18.5 more
 Michigan$5,471.2$8,031.4$36,741.4-8.3%10.0 more
 New Mexico$4,330.3$8,064.0$40,482.3-0.0%2.0 more
 Minnesota$5,721.5$8,278.0$49,259.7-3.8%5.3 more
 New Hampshire$5,446.8$8,323.6$45,585.8-1.4%1.3 more
 South Carolina$5,367.6$8,637.4$35,088.3-3.9%4.6 more
 Oregon$3,203.4$8,697.1$47,091.2-0.6%3.8 more
 Hawaii$5,741.1$8,875.2$50,250.9-3.5%1.3 more
 All states combined$5,084.9$8,893.2$47,086.2-2.8%306.2 more
 Texas$5,364.1$9,273.4$47,099.3-0.5%24.8 more
 Delaware$6,607.7$9,300.4$63,369.83.8%0.9 more
 Pennsylvania$4,223.1$9,331.3$45,340.1-2.1%12.6 more
 Kansas$6,008.4$9,482.0$42,844.9-3.8%2.8 more
 Nevada$5,355.2$9,798.5$45,439.4-9.3%2.6 more
 Illinois$4,203.8$9,938.2$49,338.1-2.7%12.9 more
 Washington$5,938.1$10,010.7$52,538.2-2.2%6.7 more
 California$4,539.8$10,141.3$51,577.2-4.1%37.0 more
 Colorado$4,716.0$10,141.5$49,390.9-1.8%5.0 more
 New Jersey$7,197.3$10,639.0$56,155.4-4.2%8.7 more
 Connecticut$6,485.9$10,825.7$65,374.1-4.8%3.5 more
 Rhode Island$4,884.7$11,145.5$45,187.6-0.6%1.1 more
 Kentucky$4,649.7$12,026.8$36,195.0-4.0%4.3 more
 Alaska$14,365.2$14,679.4$71,518.98.0%0.7 more
 Massachusetts$5,895.7$14,802.6$58,109.5-2.4%6.6 more
 New York$6,518.0$15,215.5$58,934.11.2%19.5 more
 District of Columbia$10,297.6$16,320.2$169,975.5-1.3%0.6 more
Notes: actual guesstimated1

1. "Guesstimated" by projecting the latest change in reported number forward to future years. GSP deviation from national GDP growth cut by 40% per year.

Data Sources:
See State GDP Information
Federal: Fed. Budget: Hist. Tables 2.1, 2.4, 2.5, 7.1
State and Local: State and Local Gov. Finances

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Data Sources for 2009:

GDP, GO: See GDP, GO Sources
Federal: Fed. Budget: Hist. Tables 2.1, 2.4, 2.5, 7.1
State and Local: State and Local Gov. Finances

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