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Direct State Expenditures in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California06000248,221,269
2Texas48000128,729,473
3New York36000118,892,529
4Florida1200080,092,747
5Pennsylvania4200077,894,405
6Illinois1700064,298,222
7Ohio3900059,111,359
8New Jersey3400056,881,290
9Massachusetts2500053,509,660
10Michigan2600047,899,644
11Virginia5100047,110,968
12North Carolina3700046,422,031
13Washington5300042,440,850
14Georgia1300037,883,304
15Maryland2400037,781,706
16Indiana1800035,597,186
17Arizona0400035,554,307
18Minnesota2700032,553,211
19Oregon4100032,389,914
20Kentucky2100030,331,332
21Wisconsin5500030,276,885
22Louisiana2200028,524,344
23Tennessee4700027,884,758
24Colorado0800027,437,683
25Missouri2900027,211,361
26South Carolina4500025,771,352
27Alabama0100024,140,049
28Utah4900019,872,367
29Oklahoma4000019,186,667
30Connecticut0900018,689,180
31Iowa1900017,837,433
32New Mexico3500017,402,469
33Arkansas0500017,031,381
34Kansas2000015,401,341
35Mississippi2800014,719,212
36Hawaii1500013,670,796
37West Virginia5400012,403,439
38Nevada3200010,290,757
39Nebraska310009,608,237
40Delaware100009,196,323
41Alaska020008,480,732
42Rhode Island440008,315,183
43Maine230008,169,922
44Idaho160008,169,854
45New Hampshire330007,023,717
46Montana300006,442,056
47North Dakota380005,829,634
48Vermont500005,778,927
49South Dakota460004,834,757
50Wyoming560004,805,854

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

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