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General State Expenditures Per Capita in 2014

RankStateFIPS CodePer Capita Expenditures
1Alaska0200015,676
2Vermont500009,387
3North Dakota380009,284
4Wyoming560008,715
5Delaware100008,591
6Hawaii150007,918
7New Mexico350007,479
8New York360007,362
9Massachusetts250007,188
10Connecticut090006,785
11Minnesota270006,738
12Rhode Island440006,518
13West Virginia540006,356
14Arkansas050006,277
15Maine230006,230
16Oregon410006,135
17Montana300006,128
18California060006,095
19Maryland240006,060
20Iowa190006,039
21New Jersey340006,029
22Louisiana220005,973
23Kentucky210005,867
24Wisconsin550005,814
25Mississippi280005,806
26Washington530005,786
27Pennsylvania420005,735
28Michigan260005,611
29Ohio390005,348
30Oklahoma400005,256
31Virginia510005,255
32Kansas200005,237
33Utah490005,221
34Alabama010005,118
35Indiana180005,029
36Nebraska310005,012
37Illinois170004,946
38South Carolina450004,920
39South Dakota460004,791
40Colorado080004,745
41New Hampshire330004,652
42North Carolina370004,575
43Idaho160004,532
44Arizona040004,360
45Missouri290004,347
46Tennessee470004,315
47Texas480004,283
48Georgia130003,893
49Nevada320003,836
50Florida120003,760

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

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