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Revenue as percent of GSP
 Total Revenue
 Income Taxes
 Social Insurance Taxes
 Ad-valorem Taxes
 Fees and Charges
 Business and Other
 Debt
 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 &
Local
Revenue
State &
Local
Debt
Gross
State
Product
Real
State
Growth
Popu-
lation
(million)
 Idaho$4,359.4$3,768.7$34,922.5-2.8%1.6 more
 Wyoming$9,316.1$4,031.5$61,502.13.4%0.6 more
 Arkansas$4,081.9$4,480.4$34,358.1-2.0%2.9 more
 Mississippi$4,435.5$4,542.7$31,301.5-3.9%3.0 more
 Oklahoma$5,197.0$4,922.7$38,218.0-1.7%3.7 more
 Iowa$5,558.8$5,099.2$44,399.9-1.6%3.0 more
 West Virginia$5,560.6$5,344.0$32,241.40.6%1.8 more
 North Carolina$4,367.3$5,475.5$43,696.4-1.5%9.4 more
 Georgia$5,162.6$5,568.0$40,949.0-5.4%9.6 more
 Alabama$5,298.4$5,798.0$34,955.3-3.9%4.8 more
 Tennessee$5,245.2$5,888.4$39,108.2-3.9%6.3 more
 Maine$4,637.2$5,961.5$37,641.7-1.8%1.3 more
 North Dakota$6,830.1$6,122.4$48,429.43.0%0.7 more
 Montana$4,811.5$6,444.5$35,597.2-2.1%1.0 more
 Ohio$3,348.4$6,554.8$39,168.9-5.7%11.5 more
 Utah$4,416.5$6,634.1$41,490.1-1.0%2.7 more
 South Dakota$3,682.8$6,896.2$45,894.60.2%0.8 more
 Maryland$5,314.4$7,130.4$49,686.7-1.1%5.7 more
 Missouri$3,870.0$7,145.9$39,887.7-4.3%6.0 more
 Vermont$6,181.7$7,260.1$39,041.8-2.9%0.6 more
 Wisconsin$2,382.3$7,271.1$41,846.2-2.8%5.7 more
 Virginia$4,856.6$7,390.1$50,972.5-0.7%7.9 more
 Nebraska$7,098.4$7,481.3$47,621.8-0.1%1.8 more
 Arizona$4,946.5$7,666.6$38,658.4-8.2%6.3 more
 Louisiana$5,379.8$7,683.3$45,500.03.2%4.5 more
 Indiana$5,649.1$7,931.8$39,088.9-6.0%6.5 more
 Florida$5,077.0$7,941.6$38,663.5-5.9%18.7 more
 New Mexico$4,272.6$7,956.5$36,973.71.7%2.0 more
 Michigan$5,508.9$8,086.7$35,266.6-9.1%9.9 more
 Minnesota$5,705.3$8,254.5$48,776.0-3.5%5.3 more
 New Hampshire$5,481.9$8,377.2$44,792.2-1.8%1.3 more
 Hawaii$5,521.4$8,535.5$48,107.3-3.7%1.3 more
 South Carolina$5,334.1$8,583.6$34,385.5-4.3%4.6 more
 Oregon$3,217.8$8,736.1$45,038.9-3.2%3.8 more
 All states combined$5,075.5$8,876.6$46,998.7-2.8%306.8 more
 Delaware$6,558.8$9,231.5$67,510.33.1%0.9 more
 Texas$5,359.9$9,266.1$45,973.3-0.5%24.8 more
 Pennsylvania$4,202.4$9,285.5$42,649.0-3.1%12.7 more
 Kansas$5,978.9$9,435.3$43,056.8-3.2%2.8 more
 Nevada$5,272.2$9,646.7$45,858.7-8.2%2.7 more
 Washington$5,935.3$10,005.9$49,884.3-2.4%6.7 more
 Illinois$4,241.1$10,026.4$48,873.4-3.4%12.8 more
 California$4,539.9$10,141.4$49,203.8-5.1%37.0 more
 Colorado$4,765.8$10,248.7$49,346.8-2.2%5.0 more
 New Jersey$7,158.0$10,580.8$53,903.4-4.3%8.8 more
 Connecticut$6,406.7$10,693.4$60,953.0-3.6%3.6 more
 Rhode Island$4,882.6$11,140.8$45,027.3-1.6%1.1 more
 Kentucky$4,646.5$12,018.5$35,218.3-3.9%4.3 more
 Alaska$14,356.5$14,670.5$64,600.57.7%0.7 more
 Massachusetts$5,964.4$14,975.2$55,338.5-2.4%6.5 more
 New York$6,597.1$15,400.2$55,960.8-1.4%19.3 more
 District of Columbia$10,426.8$16,525.0$166,076.2-0.7%0.6 more
Notes: actual estimated

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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On April 6, 2014, we updated usgovernmentspending.com with the numbers from "SOI Tax Stats - Gross Collections, by Type of Tax and State, Fiscal Year - IRS Data Book Table 5" of the IRS Data Book for 2013.  The data can be viewed on the Federal Revenue by State page here.

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