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Interest Local Expenditures in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California0600012,273,804
2New York3600010,526,272
3Texas480008,625,246
4Illinois170003,751,435
5Florida120002,969,975
6Pennsylvania420002,622,756
7Ohio390002,300,853
8Colorado080001,768,380
9Washington530001,659,270
10Michigan260001,508,581
11Tennessee470001,360,838
12North Carolina370001,336,362
13Virginia510001,212,333
14Minnesota270001,207,359
15Maryland240001,129,344
16Oregon410001,045,666
17New Jersey34000989,555
18Georgia13000971,047
19Arizona04000946,142
20Indiana18000921,071
21Missouri29000906,037
22Wisconsin55000886,189
23Kentucky21000813,247
24Nevada32000811,970
25Alabama01000803,198
26South Carolina45000687,221
27District of Columbia11000663,008
28Massachusetts25000626,414
29Kansas20000480,450
30Iowa19000447,555
31Connecticut09000409,196
32Arkansas05000368,480
33Louisiana22000337,461
34Utah49000335,780
35Nebraska31000324,321
36Oklahoma40000298,020
37Hawaii15000267,992
38Mississippi28000240,999
39North Dakota38000199,786
40New Mexico35000191,175
41Maine23000116,136
42Idaho16000114,704
43New Hampshire33000104,800
44Montana30000100,592
45Rhode Island4400095,453
46Alaska0200091,278
47West Virginia5400076,170
48South Dakota4600073,987
49Delaware1000069,247
50Vermont5000039,272
51Wyoming5600026,191

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

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