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General State Expenditures in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California06000372,024,133
2New York36000180,848,002
3Texas48000165,933,335
4Pennsylvania42000103,525,198
5Florida12000101,478,813
6Illinois1700091,859,590
7Ohio3900081,531,549
8New Jersey3400074,419,200
9Michigan2600074,235,592
10North Carolina3700065,451,285
11Massachusetts2500065,050,414
12Washington5300063,220,118
13Virginia5100061,563,197
14Georgia1300056,443,220
15Minnesota2700049,842,556
16Maryland2400048,993,598
17Indiana1800046,793,311
18Arizona0400046,263,283
19Wisconsin5500042,811,892
20Oregon4100040,424,622
21Tennessee4700038,053,607
22Louisiana2200036,684,247
23Colorado0800036,505,227
24Kentucky2100035,992,131
25Alabama0100034,321,639
26Missouri2900034,151,372
27South Carolina4500033,040,994
28Connecticut0900026,078,822
29Utah4900025,017,509
30Oklahoma4000024,862,189
31Iowa1900024,225,690
32Arkansas0500024,174,572
33New Mexico3500023,635,911
34Kansas2000021,506,299
35Mississippi2800021,024,436
36West Virginia5400015,887,896
37Nevada3200015,769,472
38Hawaii1500013,877,863
39Nebraska3100012,825,274
40Idaho1600011,547,321
41Delaware1000011,470,394
42Alaska0200011,038,557
43Maine2300010,117,825
44Rhode Island440009,928,747
45New Hampshire330009,128,335
46North Dakota380008,211,292
47Vermont500007,880,602
48Montana300007,703,957
49Wyoming560006,310,680
50South Dakota460006,171,721

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

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