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Other Taxes Local Revenues Per Capita in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California0600016,043,183
2Florida120006,794,511
3New York360005,473,553
4Illinois170004,297,394
5Texas480003,582,891
6Washington530003,224,022
7Virginia510003,097,022
8Pennsylvania420002,492,075
9Maryland240002,143,739
10Georgia130002,073,848
11Oregon410001,972,760
12South Carolina450001,281,346
13Nevada320001,278,209
14Missouri290001,186,863
15Alabama010001,182,645
16Tennessee470001,174,778
17North Carolina370001,149,322
18District of Columbia110001,146,995
19Colorado080001,008,444
20Ohio39000961,626
21Arizona04000900,995
22Kentucky21000891,788
23Massachusetts25000768,939
24Nebraska31000757,329
25Utah49000678,282
26Michigan26000626,615
27Minnesota27000546,809
28Hawaii15000523,325
29Louisiana22000515,156
30New Jersey34000501,065
31Indiana18000449,426
32Iowa19000374,366
33Wisconsin55000373,972
34Kansas20000362,480
35West Virginia54000353,788
36Oklahoma40000298,514
37Arkansas05000283,154
38Delaware10000235,606
39Mississippi28000218,955
40Connecticut09000209,124
41Alaska02000170,598
42New Mexico35000153,878
43South Dakota46000135,376
44Idaho16000131,112
45New Hampshire33000103,881
46Wyoming5600092,401
47Rhode Island4400075,534
48Montana3000063,475
49North Dakota3800061,819
50Maine2300040,885
51Vermont5000019,837

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

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