States Ranked by Revenue and Expenditure Total Amount and Per Capita Total Amount:  2003
(Amounts are in thousands.  Per capita amounts are in dollars)
  Revenue   Expenditure
Rank Amount Per capita Rank Amount Per capita Rank
                   
  United States…..    1,296,701,281 United States…..        4,467.82   United States…..    1,358,964,865 United States…..        4,682.36
                   
1 California…..       195,545,076 Alaska…..       10,685.53 1 California…..       204,438,461 Alaska…..       12,533.24 1
2 New York…..       118,274,576 North Dakota…..        6,953.38 2 New York…..       127,475,233 North Dakota…..        6,742.56 2
3 Texas…..        82,621,328 Wyoming…..        6,779.19 3 Texas…..        76,386,043 New York…..        6,635.19 3
4 Florida…..        55,212,605 Delaware…..        6,162.23 4 Pennsylvania…..        57,428,466 Wyoming…..        6,502.87 4
5 Michigan…..        50,076,603 New York…..        6,156.29 5 Ohio…..        56,392,224 Vermont…..        6,234.18 5
           
6 Ohio…..        49,904,580 Vermont…..        5,879.38 6 Florida…..        56,317,331 Hawaii…..        6,093.90 6
7 Pennsylvania…..        49,459,403 California…..        5,514.06 7 Illinois…..        51,291,090 Connecticut…..        5,942.41 7
8 New Jersey…..        46,077,610 Hawaii…..        5,450.89 8 Michigan…..        51,016,280 Delaware…..        5,938.75 8
9 Illinois…..        44,422,907 Rhode Island…..        5,442.37 9 New Jersey…..        44,947,598 California…..        5,764.84 9
10 Massachusetts…..        30,371,289 Oregon…..        5,401.82 10 North Carolina…..        34,360,977 Minnesota…..        5,706.66 10
           
11 North Carolina…..        30,042,985 West Virginia…..        5,392.70 11 Massachusetts…..        32,710,435 New Mexico…..        5,679.94 11
12 Georgia…..        29,874,373 New Jersey…..        5,331.82 12 Washington…..        32,600,336 Rhode Island…..        5,554.38 12
13 Washington…..        29,661,378 New Mexico…..        5,240.90 13 Georgia…..        32,526,824 West Virginia…..        5,523.87 13
14 Virginia…..        28,185,448 Connecticut…..        5,231.01 14 Virginia…..        29,129,136 Washington…..        5,317.30 14
15 Minnesota…..        25,596,307 Maine…..        5,195.72 15 Minnesota…..        28,898,514 New Jersey…..        5,201.06 15
           
16 Wisconsin…..        25,165,038 Minnesota…..        5,054.56 16 Wisconsin…..        27,658,175 Maine…..        5,123.08 16
17 Indiana…..        24,553,393 Montana…..        5,019.74 17 Maryland…..        24,592,128 Massachusetts…..        5,095.08 17
18 Missouri…..        22,023,719 Michigan…..        4,966.93 18 Indiana…..        23,089,940 South Carolina…..        5,071.04 18
19 Maryland…..        21,801,442 Utah…..        4,903.98 19 Missouri…..        21,566,197 Michigan…..        5,060.13 19
20 Tennessee…..        20,564,361 Washington…..        4,837.93 20 South Carolina…..        21,039,752 Wisconsin…..        5,052.64 20
           
21 South Carolina…..        19,669,246 South Carolina…..        4,740.72 21 Tennessee…..        21,021,917 Oregon…..        5,052.12 21
22 Louisiana…..        19,437,629 Massachusetts…..        4,730.73 22 Connecticut…..        20,721,194 Ohio…..        4,930.25 22
23 Oregon…..        19,252,091 Mississippi…..        4,645.52 23 Arizona…..        19,606,017 Montana…..        4,833.21 23
24 Alabama…..        19,098,788 Wisconsin…..        4,597.19 24 Kentucky…..        19,116,816 Mississippi…..        4,683.62 24
25 Kentucky…..        18,377,403 Kentucky…..        4,462.70 25 Louisiana…..        18,681,314 Kentucky…..        4,642.26 25
           
26 Connecticut…..        18,240,537 Iowa…..        4,409.48 26 Alabama…..        18,471,110 Pennsylvania…..        4,642.18 26
27 Arizona…..        17,927,436 Ohio…..        4,363.05 27 Oregon…..        18,005,773 Maryland…..        4,461.56 27
28 Oklahoma…..        14,918,730 Arkansas…..        4,327.35 28 Colorado…..        17,690,925 Iowa…..        4,448.67 28
29 Colorado…..        13,805,946 Louisiana…..        4,325.24 29 Oklahoma…..        15,125,090 Arkansas…..        4,429.92 29
30 Mississippi…..        13,393,021 Oklahoma…..        4,255.20 30 Mississippi…..        13,502,885 Oklahoma…..        4,314.06 30
           
31 Iowa…..        12,972,701 Alabama…..        4,240.41 31 Iowa…..        13,088,000 Louisiana…..        4,156.95 31
32 Arkansas…..        11,805,012 Nebraska…..        4,194.13 32 Arkansas…..        12,084,818 Alabama…..        4,101.05 32
33 Utah…..        11,534,161 New Hampshire…..        4,039.44 33 Kansas…..        10,954,011 New Hampshire…..        4,093.46 33
34 Kansas…..        10,401,734 Idaho…..        4,018.28 34 New Mexico…..        10,672,603 North Carolina…..        4,080.39 34
35 New Mexico…..          9,847,659 Pennsylvania…..        3,998.01 35 West Virginia…..        10,003,729 Illinois…..        4,054.95 35
           
36 West Virginia…..          9,766,188 Indiana…..        3,960.22 36 Utah…..          9,021,867 Kansas…..        4,019.82 36
37 Nevada…..          8,351,343 Maryland…..        3,955.27 37 Alaska…..          8,121,540 Idaho…..        3,961.33 37
38 Nebraska…..          7,285,210 South Dakota…..        3,921.36 38 Nevada…..          7,816,481 Virginia…..        3,955.08 38
39 Alaska…..          6,924,221 Missouri…..        3,850.97 39 Hawaii…..          7,611,286 Nebraska…..        3,928.53 39
40 Hawaii…..          6,808,157 Virginia…..        3,826.94 40 Nebraska…..          6,823,849 Colorado…..        3,889.83 40
           
41 Maine…..          6,801,191 Kansas…..        3,817.15 41 Maine…..          6,706,116 Utah…..        3,835.83 41
42 Rhode Island…..          5,855,988 Texas…..        3,738.01 42 Rhode Island…..          5,976,510 South Dakota…..        3,788.29 42
43 Idaho…..          5,492,993 Nevada…..        3,724.95 43 Idaho…..          5,415,138 Missouri…..        3,770.97 43
44 New Hampshire…..          5,206,836 North Carolina…..        3,567.63 44 New Hampshire…..          5,276,466 Georgia…..        3,749.06 44
45 Delaware…..          5,040,703 Tennessee…..        3,518.28 45 Delaware…..          4,857,901 Indiana…..        3,724.18 45
           
46 Montana…..          4,608,118 Illinois…..        3,511.97 46 Montana…..          4,436,890 Tennessee…..        3,596.56 46
47 North Dakota…..          4,401,489 Georgia…..        3,443.33 47 North Dakota…..          4,268,039 Arizona…..        3,514.25 47
48 Vermont…..          3,639,339 Florida…..        3,247.99 48 Vermont…..          3,858,957 Nevada…..        3,486.39 48
49 Wyoming…..          3,403,152 Arizona…..        3,213.38 49 Wyoming…..          3,264,439 Texas…..        3,455.91 49
50 South Dakota…..          2,999,838 Colorado…..        3,035.61 50 South Dakota…..          2,898,044 Florida…..        3,312.98 50
                     
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Governments Division, 2003 Annual Survey of Government Finances, February 2005