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Direct State Expenditures Per Capita in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodePer Capita Expenditures
1Alaska0200011,540
2Hawaii150009,449
3Delaware100009,152
4Vermont500008,931
5Wyoming560008,292
6New Mexico350008,221
7Massachusetts250007,653
8Oregon410007,610
9Rhode Island440007,579
10North Dakota380007,493
11West Virginia540006,948
12Kentucky210006,729
13California060006,341
14Louisiana220006,165
15New Jersey340006,137
16Maryland240006,118
17New York360005,988
18Pennsylvania420005,986
19Utah490005,951
20Maine230005,925
21Montana300005,823
22Minnesota270005,693
23Arkansas050005,624
24Iowa190005,578
25Washington530005,482
26Virginia510005,442
27South Dakota460005,394
28Kansas200005,242
29Indiana180005,224
30Connecticut090005,186
31Wisconsin550005,149
32Illinois170005,067
33New Hampshire330005,062
34Ohio390005,024
35Mississippi280004,990
36South Carolina450004,962
37Nebraska310004,892
38Arizona040004,889
39Oklahoma400004,807
40Alabama010004,780
41Michigan260004,772
42Colorado080004,721
43Missouri290004,410
44North Carolina370004,393
45Texas480004,355
46Idaho160004,290
47Tennessee470004,004
48Florida120003,669
49Georgia130003,511
50Nevada320003,270

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

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