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Health and Hospitals State Expenditures Percent of Total in 2021

RankStateFIPS Code% of Total Expenditure
1Kansas2000017.8%
2Missouri2900015.1%
3South Carolina4500013.6%
4Utah4900012.8%
5Washington5300012.6%
6Iowa1900011.5%
6Texas4800011.5%
8Connecticut0900010.9%
9Alabama0100010.4%
10Michigan2600010.1%
10Oregon4100010.1%
10Virginia5100010.1%
13Mississippi280009.7%
14Hawaii150009.0%
14Wyoming560009.0%
16New Mexico350008.9%
17Kentucky210008.8%
18Rhode Island440008.7%
19Pennsylvania420008.3%
20Ohio390008.2%
21Florida120008.1%
21Wisconsin550008.1%
23Arkansas050007.1%
24Colorado080006.7%
25New Jersey340006.3%
26North Carolina370006.1%
27California060005.9%
27New York360005.9%
27Vermont500005.9%
30Tennessee470005.8%
31Oklahoma400005.7%
32Delaware100005.4%
33Georgia130005.2%
33Maryland240005.2%
35Massachusetts250004.5%
36North Dakota380004.4%
37Montana300004.2%
37Nevada320004.2%
39Nebraska310004.1%
40Maine230003.7%
41Louisiana220003.3%
42Illinois170003.2%
42South Dakota460003.2%
42West Virginia540003.2%
45Alaska020003.0%
45New Hampshire330003.0%
47Minnesota270002.7%
48Indiana180002.6%
49Idaho160002.4%
50Arizona040002.0%

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

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