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Own-Source General State Revenues in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1Texas4800021,013,984
2California0600014,655,272
3Florida1200012,042,741
4New York3600011,571,457
5Pennsylvania420008,514,477
6New Jersey340006,800,011
7Ohio390006,536,914
8Illinois170005,665,106
9Virginia510005,631,521
10Massachusetts250005,240,027
11Michigan260004,724,531
12North Carolina370004,200,947
13Wisconsin550003,814,893
14Missouri290003,680,762
15New Mexico350003,615,611
16Oregon410003,463,102
17Washington530003,302,871
18Indiana180002,967,727
19Oklahoma400002,934,060
20Minnesota270002,831,555
21Georgia130002,819,971
22Maryland240002,742,738
23South Carolina450002,574,767
24Louisiana220002,440,029
25Colorado080002,355,868
26Arizona040002,344,113
27Tennessee470002,319,676
28Alaska020002,281,133
29Hawaii150001,972,091
30Alabama010001,942,081
31Connecticut090001,691,972
32West Virginia540001,640,734
33Iowa190001,589,444
34Utah490001,588,147
35Kentucky210001,508,699
36Kansas200001,326,759
37Delaware100001,320,119
38Arkansas050001,177,834
39Wyoming560001,148,493
40Nebraska310001,033,885
41New Hampshire33000930,625
42Mississippi28000919,169
43North Dakota38000845,220
44Rhode Island44000843,021
45Nevada32000800,550
46South Dakota46000682,543
47Idaho16000608,953
48Maine23000530,332
49Vermont50000442,862
50Montana30000423,582

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

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