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Intergovernment State Expenditures Percent of Total in 2015

RankStateFIPS Code% of Total Expenditure
1New York3600038.4 %
2Wyoming5600037.8 %
3California0600036.3 %
4Nevada3200035.2 %
5Michigan2600034.7 %
6Minnesota2700034.0 %
7North Dakota3800033.9 %
8Kansas2000030.2 %
9Wisconsin5500030.1 %
10Ohio3900029.0 %
11Idaho1600028.0 %
11Mississippi2800028.0 %
13North Carolina3700027.8 %
14Georgia1300027.6 %
14Indiana1800027.6 %
16Virginia5100027.5 %
17New Mexico3500027.3 %
18Illinois1700027.0 %
19Arkansas0500026.8 %
20Vermont5000026.7 %
21Alabama0100026.0 %
22Iowa1900025.9 %
23Pennsylvania4200025.8 %
24Colorado0800025.6 %
25Arizona0400025.1 %
25Tennessee4700025.1 %
25Washington5300025.1 %
28Texas4800024.8 %
29Florida1200024.7 %
30Maryland2400024.2 %
31Nebraska3100023.7 %
32South Carolina4500023.4 %
33Oregon4100023.3 %
34New Jersey3400022.3 %
35Missouri2900021.9 %
36Montana3000021.8 %
37Louisiana2200021.6 %
38Oklahoma4000021.2 %
39Utah4900020.9 %
40Connecticut0900020.7 %
41West Virginia5400019.5 %
42South Dakota4600018.5 %
43Massachusetts2500018.3 %
44Delaware1000017.7 %
45Alaska0200017.6 %
46Rhode Island4400017.1 %
47Kentucky2100016.2 %
48Maine2300016.1 %
49New Hampshire330009.8 %
50Hawaii150002.4 %

Data Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

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