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Health and Hospitals State & Local Expenditures Percent of Total in 2021

RankStateFIPS Code% of Total Expenditures
1South Carolina4500020.0%
2Wyoming5600019.8%
3Alabama0100019.4%
4North Carolina3700018.8%
5Mississippi2800017.1%
6Kansas2000016.5%
7Missouri2900015.0%
8Iowa1900014.7%
9Washington5300014.2%
10Texas4800013.3%
11Utah4900012.7%
12Tennessee4700011.9%
13California0600011.8%
14Indiana1800011.3%
15Michigan2600011.2%
16Florida1200010.7%
17Georgia1300010.2%
18District of Columbia110009.8%
19Oregon410009.6%
20New Mexico350009.4%
21Kentucky210009.3%
21Oklahoma400009.3%
23New York360009.1%
23Ohio390009.1%
23Virginia510009.1%
26Idaho160008.5%
27Louisiana220008.4%
28Pennsylvania420008.3%
29Alaska020008.0%
30Colorado080007.9%
31Connecticut090007.8%
31Nevada320007.8%
31Wisconsin550007.8%
34Arkansas050007.3%
35Hawaii150007.2%
36Rhode Island440006.7%
37Minnesota270006.0%
38Illinois170005.7%
39Nebraska310005.6%
40Montana300005.5%
41Vermont500005.4%
42Delaware100005.2%
42West Virginia540005.2%
44New Jersey340005.1%
45Maryland240004.9%
46Massachusetts250004.5%
47North Dakota380004.3%
48Arizona040003.9%
49South Dakota460003.8%
50Maine230003.5%
51New Hampshire330002.2%

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

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