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Direct State & Local Expenditures Per Capita in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodePer Capita Expenditures
1District of Columbia1100025,052
2Alaska0200018,701
3Wyoming5600017,173
4New York3600015,901
5California0600014,684
6North Dakota3800013,688
7Vermont5000013,676
8Oregon4100013,497
9Massachusetts2500013,056
10Delaware1000012,636
11New Mexico3500012,504
12Hawaii1500012,310
13Minnesota2700011,996
14Washington5300011,963
15Rhode Island4400011,946
16Maryland2400011,713
17Iowa1900011,476
18Pennsylvania4200011,336
19New Jersey3400011,264
20Colorado0800011,095
21Illinois1700010,986
22Nebraska3100010,780
23Kansas2000010,693
24Louisiana2200010,540
25Utah4900010,539
26Connecticut0900010,513
27Virginia5100010,501
28Wisconsin5500010,341
29West Virginia5400010,315
30Ohio3900010,273
31Kentucky2100010,201
32Maine2300010,179
33Montana300009,979
34Indiana180009,809
35Michigan260009,749
36South Dakota460009,655
37South Carolina450009,586
38Texas480009,579
39Mississippi280009,571
40New Hampshire330009,477
41Alabama010009,365
42North Carolina370009,293
43Arkansas050009,048
44Missouri290008,966
45Florida120008,815
46Arizona040008,707
47Oklahoma400008,558
48Nevada320008,278
49Tennessee470008,067
50Idaho160008,066
51Georgia130007,969

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

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