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Download Data for Year 2015:

Would you like to download government revenue data from usgovernmentrevenue.com, revenue data that covers all levels of government, United States federal, state, and local government revenue? No problem. We have five ways you can download revenue data. And more to come.

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Click to download your government revenue data for Fiscal Year 2015

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Here is how to get your government revenue data. You can use controls on the table below to change the data, including:

  • The fiscal year
  • The view
  • The level of revenue detail
  • The units, including billions, millions, percent of GDP, percent of revenue
  • An individual state

To get what you want, just follow the easy steps outlined below.

Step 1: Select the data set you want

In the table below, click the controls to get the data you want.

  1. Click the “-1yr” and “+1yr” text-links or the “FY 2015” drop-down to change the year from 2015 to the year you want.
  2. Click the “Change View” controls to change the data labels to the view you want.
  3. Click the expander [+] controls to add more detail.
  4. Click the “$ billion” drop-down to change the units.
  5. Click the “United States” drop-down to change to an individual state.

Go ahead and use the controls on the table below to get the particular revenue information you want to download.

Units: By default, values are displayed in billions of dollars. By using a dropdown control in the table heading you can select millions of dollars, percent of GDP, percent of federal total, percent of overall total, dollars per capita of population, and thousand dollars per capita of population.
Fiscal Year: The default year displayed is the current US government fiscal year. But you can select any year you want using the dropdown control in the table heading. At the top and bottom of the dropdown only years ending in “0” are shown. Select a year to get close, then select the year you want. You can increase or decrease the year using the “yr” text links in the table heading.
US Budget Year: By default, the table displays budgeted and estimated numbers in the current US Budget submitted to the Congress by the president. But you can look at previous budgeted numbers using the dropdown control at the bottom of the table.
GDP: $18,219.4 bln
GO:
$32,178.5 bln
State and Local Revenue: By default, state and local revenue are displayed separately. But you can select state'n local and display state and local revenue combined.
US or State: By default, the table shows values for governments in the United States overall. But you can select individual states by selecting the state dropdown control in the table heading or the text link right above it.
Pie Chart: Click on a pie icon to display a pie chart. You can create a pie chart for federal, state and local, and overall revenue.

United States Federal
State and Local Government Revenue
US CA >
Pop: 322.4 million
-5yr -1yr   Fiscal Year 2015 in $ billion   +1yr +4yr
View: default census Fed
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State
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[+]  Income Taxes 1,983.0 0.0 351.8 37.0 2,371.7
[+]  Social Insurance Taxes 1,055.7 0.0 352.8 42.0 1,450.5
[+]  Ad valorem Taxes 208.4 0.0 533.7 572.3 1,314.4
[+] 
Charts: Click on a to display a bar of data in a row or column of this table.
Click on to display a time-series chart of data in a row.
[+] Drill-down: Click on the [+] to drill down to more detailed numbers.
Fees and Charges 0.0 0.0 173.3 273.6 446.8
[+]  Business and Other Revenue 88.3 0.0 155.3 228.5 472.0
[+]  Balance 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.0
[+]  Total Direct Revenue:  Start chart 3,337.4 0.0 1,566.8 1,153.2 6,057.5
[+]  Federal Deficit 563.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 563.6
[+]  Gross Public Debt 18,713.5 0.0 1,216.7 1,914.5 21,844.6
expand / collapse      Click for Bar Chart -> 
Revenue:
Pie Chart: Click on a pie icon to display a pie chart. You can create a pie chart for federal, state and local, and overall revenue.
budgeted guesstimated4 estimated
Data Sources:
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
Guesstimated” by projecting the latest change in reported revenue forward to future years
Switch to spending

OK. Now you are ready to download your data.

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Step 2: Download Your Data

Download Data as CSV File

 Click button to download CSV file of data in table

Copy/Paste Data

You can copy data and then paste it into a document on your computer:

  • A simple text table with the top-line numbers for total revenue across all governments.
  • A tab-delimited table that you can cut and paste into your spreadsheet program.
  • A simple table using html <table> tags without styling.
  • A fully styled html <table> with all the styles included.

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Top-line numbers

If you want just the top-line total numbers for overall government revenue, federal, state, and local, then here they are:

Use your cursor to copy and paste the following lines into your own content:

United States Federal
State and Local Government Revenue
Fiscal Year 2015

Income Taxes: $2,371.7 billion
Social Insurance Taxes: $1,450.5 billion
Ad valorem Taxes: $1,314.4 billion
Fees and Charges: $446.8 billion
Business and Other Revenue: $472.0 billion
Balance: $2.0 billion
Total Direct Revenue: $6,057.5 billion
Federal Deficit: $563.6 billion
Gross Public Debt: $21,844.6 billion

source: usgovernmentrevenue.com

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Here is a bar chart of the top-line numbers. Right click the cursor to copy or save the image:

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Tab-delimited Table

Here is the revenue table with columns tab-delimited. You can cut and paste directly into a spreadsheet:

You can copy all the text in the textbox by clicking your cursor in the box. Then press Ctrl-A and Ctrl-C and paste the text into your spreadsheet.

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Simple html <table>

Maybe you want to get the data formatted in html for insertion into your content as a table. Here is the data in html with a simple table setup. There are no fancy tags or styles. Just a straight table with <table>, <tr>, and <td> tags.

You can copy all the text in the textbox by clicking your cursor in the box. Then press Ctrl-A and Ctrl-C and paste the html into your content.

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Fully styled table

Here in the textbox is the full table with styles but without controls. The styles are built around an id called “usgs342”. It shouldn’t interfere with your styles.

You can copy all the text in the textbox by clicking your cursor in the box. Then press Ctrl-A and Ctrl-C and paste into your content.

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State and Local Finances Update for FY 2012

On December 11, 2014 usgovernmentspending.com updated the state and local spending and revenue for FY 2012 using the newly released Census Bureau State and Local Government Finances for FY 2012.  This includes state and local spending for the United States as a whole and individual states and the District of Columbia.

State and local spending and revenue for FY2012 are now actual historical spending as reported by the Census Bureau.  Previously state spending and revenue for FY2012 was actual and local spending and revenue was estimated.  The following table shows the difference between estimated and actual spending and revenue for FY2012:

FY 2012Estimated
$ billion
Actual
$ billion
Spending$1,657$1,647
Revenue$1,038$1,075

We have updated the "guesstimated" state and local finances for FY2013-19.

Also updated were state and local finances for 2009, 2010, and 2011 using newly released Census Bureau revised data.

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