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Download Multiyear Revenue Data Series

Click here to construct a custom data series for download.

Years: US data from 1900 to 2022. Individual states from 1957.
Units: trillions, billions, percent GDP, etc.
You can download up to 5 data series at once.

Or download an example file:

 of federal revenue for 2000-2022.

 of federal deficits for 2000-2022.

 of federal debt for 2000-2022.

 of total revenue for 2000-2022.

 of total debt for 2000-2022.

 of state and local revenue for 2000-2022.

 of state and local debt for 2000-2022.
 

Click bolded link or click here to customize your data download.

Don’t forget that you can change the year range, download data as percent of GDP, download several data items at once, download individual states, and more.

Download Revenue Data for a Single Year

Click here to select a year to download federal, state and local revenue data.


 of federal, state, local, and total revenue data for 2017.
 

Or click here to customize your own data download for a single year of data.

Don’t forget that you can change the year, download data as percent of GDP, drill down to expose more detailed data, download individual states, and more.


Download Federal Budget Revenue Data


 of projected federal budget data for FY18.
 

Or click here to customize your own federal budget data download.


 of estimated vs. actual federal budget data for 2016.
 

Or click here to customize your own download of federal budget estimates vs. actual outcome.

Don’t forget that you can change the fiscal year, download data as percent of GDP, drill down to expose more detailed data, and more.

How to Download Your Data

This Download Central page lets you download headline government revenue data. If you can’t find the data you want you can go to the page to download details of a single year here.

Or you can download a single data item over several years here.

In fact you can download multi-year data series from the main chart page here.

You can also download data for any specific year from the revenue detail page here.

You can download budget data for any specific federal budget from the budget detail page here.

And many pages that feature charts of revenue allow you to click over to the chart customization page where you can customize the data and then download it.

Bottom line is that most pages allow you to download data. Just look for a button with “Download CSV File” or a link with “download file”.

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Data Sources for 2017:

GDP, GO: GDP, GO Sources
Federal: Fed. Budget: Hist. Tables 2.1, 2.4, 2.5, 7.1
State and Local: State and Local Gov. Finances
'Guesstimated' by projecting the latest change in reported revenue forward to future years

> data sources for other years
> data update schedule.

US, State Population Update for 2016

On December 19, 2016 the US Census Bureau released its US national and state population estimates for July 1, 2016.  On December 26, 2016 usgovernmentspending.com updated its US and state population data as follows:
  • We updated 2010-2016 population data for US and states using data from US Census Bureau Population Estimates: vintage 2016 in file nst-est2016-01.xlsx.
  • We projected 2017 thru 2021 for US and the states assuming population rate change for 2015-16.
  • We updated 2017 thru 2021 for US only using data from US Census Bureau 2014 National Population Projections in file NP2014-T1.xls.
usgovernmentspending.com uses population data in computing per capita spending and revenue data. You can see per capita spending data in a chart here, and in a table of spending here.

You can check the data update schedule here.

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