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Staff Papers Series
Staff Paper P88-12
May 1988
PER CAPITA STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE:
How the States Compare
Arley D. Waldo
University of Minnesota
Lui
Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics
University of Minnesota
Institute of Agriculture, Forestry and Home Economics
St. Paul, Minnesota 55108
Staff Paper P88-12
May 1988
PER CAPITA STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE:
How the States Compare
Arley D. Waldo
University of Minnesota
The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all
persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and
employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national
origin, handicap, age, veteran status, or sexual orientation.
Staff papers are published by the Department of Agricultural and
Applied Economics without formal review.
ii
CONTENTS
Page
Introduction ............................................................ iv
Table
PER CAPITA REVENUE
1.
All State and Local General Revenue, FY 1986 ....................
2.
All State and Local General Revenue from Federal Government,
FY 1986
1
....... ... . ...............................................
2
3.
All State and Local General Revenue from Own Sources, FY 1986 .....
3
4.
All State and Local Tax Revenue, FY 1986 ........................
4
5.
All State and Local Property Tax Revenue, FY 1986
5
6.
All State and Local Sales and Gross Receipts Tax Revenue, FY 1986.
7.
All State and Local General Sales and Gross Receipts Tax Revenue,
...
.............
FY 1986 ..........................................................
8.
7
All State and Local Selective Sales and Gross Receipts Tax
8
Revenue, FY 1986 ...............................................
9.
6
All State and Local License Tax Revenue, FY 1986 ................
.
9
10
10.
All State and Local Individual Income Tax Revenue, FY 1986 .......
11.
All State and Local Corporate Income Tax Revenue, FY 1986 ........ 11
12.
All State and Local User Charges and Miscellaneous General
Revenue, FY 1986 .................................................
12
13.
All State and Local User Charges, FY 1986 .......................
13
14.
All State and Local Miscellaneous General Revenue, FY 1986 ......
14
PER CAPITA EXPENDITURE
................. 15
15.
All State and Local General Expenditure, FY 1986
16.
All State and Local Expenditure for Education, FY 1986 ........... 16
17.
All State and Local Expenditure for Elementary and Secondary
Education, FY 1896 ............................................... 17
iii
18.
All State and Local Expenditure for Higher Education, FY 1986 .... 18
19.
All State and Local Expenditure for Public Welfare, FY 1986 ..... 19
20.
All State and Local Expenditure for Health, FY 1986 ............. 20
21.
All State and Local Expenditure for Hospitals, FY 1986
22.
All State and Local Expenditure for Highways, FY 1986 ....
23.
All State and Local Expenditure for Police Protection, FY 1986 ... 23
24.
All State and Local Expenditure for Fire Protection, FY 1986
25.
All State and Local Expenditure for Corrections, FY 1986 ......... 25
26.
All State and Local Expenditure for Natural Resources, FY 1986 ... 26
27.
All State and Local Expenditure for Parks and Recreation, FY 1986.
28.
All State and Local Expenditure for Sewerage, FY 1986
29.
All State and Local Expenditure for Housing and Community
Development, FY 1986 ........................................
.......
. 21
.... 22
.....
24
27
...........28
....
29
30.
All State and Local Expenditure for Financial Administration,
FY 1986 ....................................................... 30
31.
All State and Local Expenditure for Judicial Administration,
FY 1986 ..............................................
.......
31
All State and Local Expenditure for Legislative Administration,
FY 1986
.....................................................
32
All State and Local Expenditure for Interest on General Debt,
FY 1986 ........................................
33
32.
33.
PERSONAL INCOME AND POPULATION
34.
Personal Income Per Capita, Calendar Year 1985 ..................
34
35.
Population and Personal Income by States ....
35
..................
Appendix A. Definitions of Selected Terms ............................
36
iv
PER CAPITA STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE:
How the States Compare
by Arley D. Waldo
University of Minnesota
Introduction
This report contains state-by-state comparisons of per
capita state and local government revenue and expenditure for FY
1986.
Fourteen categories of revenue and 19 categories of
expenditure are included.
For each category, states are ranked
by per capita revenue or expenditure.
Per capita amounts were
calculated using population estimates for July 1, 1986.
The data shown in the tables that follow are derived from
the annual survey of government finances conducted by the
Governments Division of the U.S. Bureau of the Census.'
The
tables were prepared using state-local finance diskettes produced
by the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.2
These diskettes, prepared in spreadsheet form, make it possible
for the user to calculate and display financial data in a variety
of ways without resorting to the large data tape available from
the Census Bureau or relying on printed data.
In addition, the
diskettes include certain data that do not appear in Census
Bureau publications.
A glossary of selected terms is included for those who are
not familiar with definitions used by the Census Bureau.
'The published data from this survey can be found in U.S.
Bureau of the Census, Government Finances in 1985-86, GF-86,
No. 5, November 1987, and other reports in this series.
2
For information about ACIR microcomputer diskettes on
government finances, write or call ACIR Publications, 1111-20th
St., Washington, D.C. 20575.
Phone (202) 653-5640.
Table 1.
All State and Local General Revenue, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Dist. of Col.
Wyoming
New York
Minnesota
Delaware
Massachusetts
New Mexico
California
New Jersey
Connecticut
Hawaii
Michigan
Wisconsin
Maryland
Montana
Rhode Island
North Dakota
Oregon
Nevada
Washington
Colorado
Vermont
Utah
Nebraska
Arizona
Iowa
Illinois
Kansas
Louisiana
Pennsylvania
Maine
Ohio
Georgia
South Dakota
Oklahoma
Texas
Virginia
West Virginia
Florida
Indiana
Kentucky
New Hampshire
Alabama
South Carolina
North Carolina
Mississippi
Missouri
Tennessee
Idaho
Arkansas
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$2,660.59
100.0
$12,466.11
$5,510.86
$5,395.90
$3,942.24
$3,145.12
$3,082.41
$3,010.76
$2,999.00
$2,974.16
$2,954.58
$2,940.50
$2,881.28
$2,879.82
$2,805.59
$2,798.12
$2,789.45
$2,782.74
$2,765.41
$2,738.69
$2,726.84
$2,685.76
$2,682.80
$2,658.29
$2,577.99
$2,501.10
$2,496.09
$2,479.91
$2,476.08
$2,466.67
$2,460.66
$2,449.05
$2,439.89
$2,403.61
$2,370.61
$2,329.82
$2,315.03
$2,289.69
$2,287.04
$2,249.44
$2,203.81
$2,167.08
$2,113.60
$2,113.44
$2,111.78
$2,076.38
$2,060.37
$2,028.45
$2,020.29
$2,016.32
$1,983.30
$1,891.25
468.5
207.1
202.8
148.2
118.2
115.9
113.2
112.7
111.8
111.0
110.5
108.3
108.2
105.5
105.2
104.8
104.6
103.9
102.9
102.5
100.9
100.8
99.9
96.9
94.0
93.8
93.2
93.1
92.7
92.5
92.0
91.7
90.3
89.1
87.6
87.0
86.1
86.0
84.5
82.8
81.5
79.4
79.4
79.4
78.0
77.4
76.2
75.9
75.8
74.5
71.1
Table 2.
All State and Local General Revenue from Federal
Government, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Dist. of Col.
Wyoming
Alaska
New York
Montana
Vermont
Rhode Island
North Dakota
Maine
South Dakota
Utah
Massachusetts
Oregon
Delaware
New Mexico
California
Minnesota
Michigan
West Virginia
Hawaii
Mississippi
Wisconsin
Pennsylvania
Maryland
Kentucky
Washington
Louisiana
Tennessee
New Jersey
Idaho
Arkansas
Illinois
Nevada
Alabama
Georgia
Ohio
Colorado
Connecticut
Nebraska
Iowa
South Carolina
Virginia
Indiana
North Carolina
New Hampshire
Oklahoma
Kansas
Missouri
Texas
Arizona
Florida
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$469.14
100.0
$2,149.81
$967.92
$898.64
$690.65
$668.54
$610.89
$602.05
$601.91
$589.84
$579.44
$556.46
$548.88
$528.41
$526.85
$521.76
$520.39
$519.04
$517.93
$511.45
$501.11
$500.45
$494.44
$475.71
$466.78
$466.72
$459.33
$451.81
$451.41
$450.07
$446.71
$442.78
$442.61
$441.00
$440.39
$438.91
$437.69
$430.07
$427.84
$426.99
$412.61
$401.63
$393.18
$389.84
$386.74
$386.18
$381.90
$374.49
$374.21
$329.81
$311.15
$298.48
458.2
206.3
191.6
147.2
142.5
130.2
128.3
128.3
125.7
123.5
118.6
117.0
112.6
112.3
111.2
110.9
110.6
110.4
109.0
106.8
106.7
105.4
101.4
99.5
99.5
97.9
96.3
96.2
95.9
95.2
94.4
94.3
94.0
93.9
93.6
93.3
91.7
91.2
91.0
88.0
85.6
83.8
83.1
82.4
82.3
81.4
79.8
79.8
70.3
66.3
63.6
2
Table 3.
All State and Local General Revenue from Own Sources,
FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Wyoming
Dist. of Col.
New York
Minnesota
Delaware
Connecticut
New Jersey
New Mexico
Massachusetts
California
Hawaii
Michigan
Maryland
Wisconsin
Nevada
Colorado
Washington
Oregon
Arizona
Rhode Island
North Dakota
Montana
Kansas
Nebraska
Iowa
Vermont
Illinois
Utah
Louisiana
Pennsylvania
Ohio
Texas
Oklahoma
Georgia
Florida
Virginia
Maine
Indiana
South Dakota
West Virginia
New Hampshire
South Carolina
North Carolina
Alabama
Kentucky
Missouri
Tennessee
Idaho
Mississippi
Arkansas
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$2,191.45
100.0
$11,567.46
$4,427.98
$3,361.05
$3,251.59
$2,626.08
$2,555.56
$2,512.65
$2,504.51
$2,477.23
$2,461.88
$2,453.77
$2,380.17
$2,361.89
$2,331.34
$2,311.15
$2,285.84
$2,252.73
$2,226.43
$2,210.28
$2,184.94
$2,180.69
$2,163.50
$2,120.91
$2,092.19
$2,074.11
$2,067.30
$2,047.40
$2,033.46
$2,021.53
$2,008.85
$1,973.34
$1,965.92
$1,959.88
$1,933.14
$1,931.70
$1,905.32
$1,893.86
$1,850.05
$1,777.24
$1,750.38
$1,737.99
$1,727.25
$1,674.75
$1,673.63
$1,671.39
$1,646.88
$1,646.09
$1,564.91
$1,536.59
$1,528.00
$1,448.48
527.8
202.1
153.4
148.4
119.8
116.6
114.7
114.3
113.0
112.3
112.0
108.6
107.8
106.4
105.5
104.3
102.8
101.6
100.9
99.7
99.5
98.7
96.8
95.5
94.6
94.3
93.4
92.8
92.2
91.7
90.0
89.7
89.4
88.2
88.1
86.9
86.4
84.4
81.1
79.9
79.3
78.8
76.4
76.4
76.3
75.2
75.1
71.4
70.1
69.7
66.1
3
Table 4.
All State and Local Tax Revenue, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Dist. of Col.
Wyoming
New York
Connecticut
Massachusetts
New Jersey
Hawaii
Maryland
Wisconsin
California
Minnesota
Michigan
Delaware
Washington
Nevada
Illinois
Rhode Island
Colorado
Vermont
Arizona
Pennsylvania
Oregon
Iowa
Maine
Ohio
Virginia
Kansas
Montana
Nebraska
Texas
Utah
North Dakota
Oklahoma
Georgia
Florida
Louisiana
New Mexico
Indiana
North Carolina
New Hampshire
West Virginia
Missouri
South Dakota
South Carolina
Kentucky
Tennessee
Idaho
Alabama
Arkansas
Mississippi
4
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$1,547.44
100.0
$4,488.53
$2,743.13
$2,627.99
$2,539.33
$1,947.40
$1,933.31
$1,867.61
$1,785.40
$1,742.34
$1,730.12
$1,726.57
$1,715.19
$1,703.39
$1,661.25
$1,589.09
$1,558.80
$1,546.46
$1,532.08
$1,485.27
$1,483.83
$1,476.16
$1,458.69
$1,435.85
$1,417.43
$1,413.78
$1,412.09
$1,403.96
$1,393.88
$1,375.78
$1,338.16
$1,291.60
$1,291.57
$1,284.45
$1,283.71
$1,280.34
$1,273.45
$1,253.13
$1,241.37
$1,227.04
$1,222.25
$1,215.78
$1,214.09
$1,151.86
$1,141.51
$1,137.87
$1,103.44
$1,076.75
$1,053.65
$1,021.58
$1,011.03
$965.07
290.1
177.3
169.8
164.1
125.8
124.9
120.7
115.4
112.6
111.8
111.6
110.8
110.1
107.4
102.7
100.7
99.9
99.0
96.0
95.9
95.4
94.3
92.8
91.6
91.4
91.3
90.7
90.1
88.9
86.5
83.5
83.5
83.0
83.0
82.7
82.3
81.0
80.2
79.3
79.0
78.6
78.5
74.4
73.8
73.5
71.3
69.6
68.1
66.0
65.3
62.4
Table 5.
All State and Local Property Tax Revenue, FY 1986
5
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Wyoming
Alaska
Dist. of Col.
New Jersey
New York
New Hampshire
Connecticut
Oregon
Montana
Michigan
Rhode Island
Massachusetts
Wisconsin
Nebraska
Vermont
Iowa
Illinois
Kansas
Minnesota
Colorado
Texas
Maine
South Dakota
California
Washington
Maryland
Arizona
Florida
Virginia
Ohio
Indiana
Pennsylvania
Utah
North Dakota
Nevada
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
North Carolina
South Carolina
Missouri
Tennessee
Oklahoma
Delaware
Mississippi
West Virginia
Kentucky
Louisiana
Arkansas
New Mexico
Alabama
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$463.38
100.0
$1,172.83
$1,083.53
$773.29
$756.69
$747.96
$737.98
$730.98
$650.56
$650.47
$650.04
$624.12
$601.12
$599.85
$579.21
$556.05
$544.12
$538.86
$532.64
$528.93
$520.97
$516.66
$477.83
$477.34
$450.89
$441.56
$438.13
$421.68
$410.65
$395.53
$394.43
$393.46
$388.38
$366.45
$364.45
$339.90
$329.18
$314.19
$299.32
$264.57
$260.07
$243.48
$235.39
$233.84
$222.64
$221.06
$203.20
$194.72
$189.38
$181.51
$142.64
$118.19
253.1
233.8
166.9
163.3
161.4
159.3
157.7
140.4
140.4
140.3
134.7
129.7
129.5
125.0
120.0
117.4
116.3
114.9
114.1
112.4
111.5
103.1
103.0
97.3
95.3
94.6
91.0
88.6
85.4
85.1
84.9
83.8
79.1
78.6
73.4
71.0
67.8
64.6
57.1
56.1
52.5
50.8
50.5
48.0
47.7
43.9
42.0
40.9
39.2
30.8
25.5
Table 6.
All State and Local Sales and Gross Receipts Tax Revenue,
FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Nevada
Washington
Hawaii
Dist. of Col.
Connecticut
New York
Arizona
Florida
New Mexico
Tennessee
Louisiana
California
Illinois
West Virginia
New Jersey
Wyoming
Texas
Colorado
Alabama
Missouri
Utah
Minnesota
South Dakota
Oklahoma
Georgia
Maine
Mississippi
Indiana
Arkansas
Maryland
Ohio
Wisconsin
South Carolina
Rhode Island
Vermont
Virginia
Pennsylvania
Kansas
North Carolina
Massachusetts
Nebraska
North Dakota
Michigan
Kentucky
Iowa
Idaho
Alaska
New Hampshire
Montana
Delaware
Oregon
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$559.86
100.0
$1,015.74
$1,014.29
$929.15
$841.48
$781.21
$701.12
$700.71
$684.06
$666.06
$665.52
$662.77
$622.88
$611.38
$605.87
$600.02
$557.11
$554.06
$552.31
$541.15
$540.00
$538.95
$536.21
$521.50
$516.22
$512.33
$511.47
$509.13
$498.47
$495.02
$494.43
$492.73
$489.57
$488.56
$481.56
$467.53
$452.45
$450.45
$443.43
$442.48
$438.51
$423.59
$417.95
$417.92
$413.06
$410.28
$378.27
$240.22
$213.72
$171.81
$148.31
$130.00
181.4
181.2
166.0
150.3
139.5
125.2
125.2
122.2
119.0
118.9
118.4
111.3
109.2
108.2
107.2
99.5
99.0
98.7
96.7
96.5
96.3
95.8
93.1
92.2
91.5
91.4
90.9
89.0
88.4
88.3
88.0
87.4
87.3
86.0
83.5
80.8
80.5
79.2
79.0
78.3
75.7
74.7
74.6
73.8
73.3
67.6
42.9
38.2
30.7
26.5
23.2
6
Table 7.
All State and Local General Sales and Gross Receipts
Tax Revenue, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Washington
Hawaii
Dist. of Col.
Nevada
Arizona
Connecticut
Tennessee
New Mexico
New York
California
Louisiana
Wyoming
Florida
Colorado
West Virginia
Utah
Missouri
Mississippi
Indiana
Illinois
Georgia
South Dakota
New Jersey
Oklahoma
South Carolina
Arkansas
Maine
Ohio
Minnesota
Texas
Wisconsin
Alabama
Rhode Island
Massachusetts
North Carolina
Michigan
Kansas
Pennsylvania
Iowa
Maryland
North Dakota
Nebraska
Idaho
Virginia
Kentucky
Vermont
Alaska
Montana
New Hampshire
Delaware
Oregon
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$376.27
100.0
$783.47
$703.10
$576.73
$544.96
$527.48
$509.54
$506.15
$502.15
$495.07
$482.57
$473.20
$443.78
$434.83
$427.53
$422.69
$407.88
$399.08
$392.78
$392.68
$389.19
$355.86
$351.15
$343.09
$330.42
$329.31
$327.70
$326.51
$325.35
$325.08
$323.32
$322.54
$312.56
$298.85
$295.16
$294.04
$293.82
$288.60
$272.64
$269.58
$266.55
$263.55
$254.96
$249.73
$236.77
$236.39
$182.21
$102.66
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
208.2
186.9
153.3
144.8
140.2
135.4
134.5
133.5
131.6
128.3
125.8
117.9
115.6
113.6
112.3
108.4
106.1
104.4
104.4
103.4
94.6
93.3
91.2
87.8
87.5
87.1
86.8
86.5
86.4
85.9
85.7
83.1
79.4
78.4
78.1
78.1
76.7
72.5
71.6
70.8
70.0
67.8
66.4
62.9
62.8
48.4
27.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
7
Table 8.
All State and Local Selective Sales and Gross Receipts
Tax Revenue, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Nevada
Vermont
Connecticut
Dist. of Col.
New Jersey
Florida
Washington
Texas
Alabama
Maryland
Hawaii
Illinois
Virginia
New Hampshire
Minnesota
New York
Louisiana
Oklahoma
Maine
West Virginia
Rhode Island
Pennsylvania
Kentucky
Arizona
Montana
South Dakota
Nebraska
Ohio
Arkansas
Wisconsin
New Mexico
Tennessee
South Carolina
Georgia
Kansas
North Dakota
North Carolina
Delaware
Massachusetts
Missouri
Iowa
California
Alaska
Utah
Oregon
Idaho
Colorado
Michigan
Mississippi
Wyoming
Indiana
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$183.59
100.0
$470.78
$285.32
$271.66
$264.76
$256.92
$249.23
$230.83
$230.74
$228.59
$227.88
$226.05
$222.19
$215.68
$213.72
$211.14
$206.05
$189.58
$185.80
$184.96
$183.18
$182.71
$177.81
$176.66
$173.23
$171.81
$170.34
$168.63
$167.38
$167.32
$167.03
$163.90
$159.37
$159.25
$156.47
$154.83
$154.39
$148.44
$148.31
$143.35
$140.92
$140.71
$140.30
$137.56
$131.07
$130.00
$128.54
$124.78
$124.09
$116.36
$113.33
$105.79
256.4
155.4
148.0
144.2
139.9
135.7
125.7
125.7
124.5
124.1
123.1
121.0
117.5
116.4
115.0
112.2
103.3
101.2
100.7
99.8
99.5
96.9
96.2
94.4
93.6
92.8
91.8
91.2
91.1
91.0
89.3
86.8
86.7
85.2
84.3
84.1
80.8
80.8
78.1
76.8
76.6
76.4
74.9
71.4
70.8
70.0
68.0
67.6
63.4
61.7
57.6
8
Table 9.
All State and Local License Tax Revenue, FY 1986
-9
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Delaware
Alaska
Nevada
Wyoming
Texas
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Oregon
Montana
Iowa
Minnesota
North Dakota
New Hampshire
Vermont
Louisiana
Ohio
Tennessee
South Dakota
Illinois
Maine
Arizona
Idaho
New Jersey
Alabama
Connecticut
Virginia
Nebraska
North Carolina
Missouri
Washington
Wisconsin
Dist. of Col.
Mississippi
Michigan
West Virginia
Florida
Kentucky
Kansas
Arkansas
Colorado
New York
South Carolina
New Mexico
Hawaii
California
Maryland
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Utah
Indiana
Georgia
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$64.26
100.0
$419.35
$127.42
$122.14
$119.73
$114.24
$98.70
$95.64
$91.02
$90.94
$85.11
$82.63
$81.84
$79.94
$79.32
$78.51
$77.38
$75.94
$75.05
$70.78
$70.18
$68.96
$68.76
$68.19
$67.73
$64.46
$64.25
$62.89
$62.44
$61.19
$61.19
$59.93
$59.80
$58.53
$58.45
$57.46
$54.95
$53.80
$51.42
$50.94
$47.89
$46.93
$46.89
$43.81
$43.30
$38.59
$35.40
$35.29
$35.17
$34.53
$26.28
$25.23
652.6
198.3
190.1
186.3
177.8
153.6
148.8
141.7
141.5
132.4
128.6
127.4
124.4
123.4
122.2
120.4
118.2
116.8
110.2
109.2
107.3
107.0
106.1
105.4
100.3
100.0
97.9
97.2
95.2
95.2
93.3
93.1
91.1
91.0
89.4
85.5
83.7
80.0
79.3
74.5
73.0
73.0
68.2
67.4
60.1
55.1
54.9
54.7
53.7
40.9
39.3
Table 10.
All State and Local Individual Income Tax Revenue,
FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
New York
Dist. of Col.
Delaware
Maryland
Massachusetts
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Oregon
Hawaii
California
Michigan
Ohio
Virginia
Pennsylvania
North Carolina
Georgia
Iowa
Vermont
Rhode Island
Colorado
Maine
Kentucky
Utah
New Jersey
South Carolina
Indiana
Idaho
Missouri
West Virginia
Kansas
Illinois
Nebraska
Arkansas
Arizona
Montana
Oklahoma
Alabama
North Dakota
Mississippi
Louisiana
Connecticut
New Mexico
New Hampshire
Tennessee
Alaska
South Dakota
Texas
Wyoming
Florida
Nevada
Washington
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$308.69
100.0
$755.23
$710.58
$650.89
$632.94
$620.25
$467.93
$462.41
$442.46
$440.48
$421.34
$393.51
$385.57
$375.72
$348.99
$348.56
$318.67
$303.23
$296.69
$294.00
$292.60
$287.16
$277.67
$271.20
$269.37
$268.59
$261.82
$255.21
$252.77
$249.40
$236.55
$228.98
$220.17
$214.95
$211.64
$210.28
$208.06
$197.67
$108.06
$103.85
$101.68
$94.29
$69.39
$24.20
$14.04
$1.04
$0.02
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
244.7
230.2
210.9
205.0
200.9
151.6
149.8
143.3
142.7
136.5
127.5
124.9
121.7
113.1
112.9
103.2
98.2
96.1
95.2
94.8
93.0
90.0
87.9
87.3
87.0
84.8
82.7
81.9
80.8
76.6
74.2
71.3
69.6
68.6
68.1
67.4
64.0
35.0
33.6
32.9
30.5
22.5
7.8
4.5
0.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
10
Table 11.
All State and Local Corporate Income Tax Revenue,
FY 198611
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Dist. of Col.
Connecticut
New York
Massachusetts
Michigan
California
Delaware
New Jersey
New Hampshire
Minnesota
Wisconsin
North Dakota
Pennsylvania
North Carolina
Illinois
Montana
Rhode Island
Georgia
Kansas
Kentucky
Oregon
Louisiana
Vermont
Maryland
Tennessee
Arizona
New Mexico
Iowa
Virginia
Arkansas
West Virginia
Ohio
South Carolina
Maine
Idaho
Florida
Hawaii
Utah
Alabama
Mississippi
Colorado
Missouri
Nebraska
South Dakota
Indiana
Oklahoma
Wyoming
Nevada
Texas
Washington
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$82.76
100.0
$332.87
$241.44
$193.42
$187.87
$183.13
$158.51
$142.07
$140.48
$125.31
$96.46
$87.16
$85.18
$82.93
$81.02
$80.89
$74.41
$71.53
$69.39
$68.50
$63.53
$62.64
$59.94
$58.61
$56.43
$56.09
$55.93
$51.50
$48.77
$48.61
$48.52
$47.73
$46.33
$44.44
$44.25
$44.18
$42.52
$41.71
$41.11
$39.91
$38.67
$37.07
$35.79
$34.39
$34.14
$33.36
$33.35
$32.40
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
402.2
291.7
233.7
227.0
221.3
191.5
171.7
169.7
151.4
116.6
105.3
102.9
100.2
97.9
97.7
89.9
86.4
83.8
82.8
76.8
75.7
72.4
70.8
68.2
67.8
67.6
62.2
58.9
58.7
58.6
57.7
56.0
53.7
53.5
53.4
51.4
50.4
49.7
48.2
46.7
44.8
43.3
41.5
41.3
40.3
40.3
39.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Table 12.
All State and Local User Charges and Miscellaneous
General Revenue, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Wyoming
New Mexico
Minnesota
Delaware
North Dakota
Oregon
Colorado
Louisiana
Montana
Nebraska
Utah
California
Nevada
New York
Arizona
Kansas
Texas
Michigan
Georgia
Iowa
Alabama
Oklahoma
Rhode Island
Washington
New Jersey
Florida
Dist. of Col.
South Dakota
Hawaii
Maryland
Wisconsin
Connecticut
Vermont
Mississippi
Ohio
Indiana
Kentucky
South Carolina
Massachusetts
West Virginia
Pennsylvania
New Hampshire
Missouri
Virginia
Tennessee
Illinois
Idaho
North Carolina
Arkansas
Maine
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$644.01
100.0
$7,078.93
$1,799.99
$1,235.86
$910.89
$894.31
$879.05
$774.43
$767.46
$755.72
$745.13
$735.95
$729.96
$727.20
$727.04
$712.26
$708.78
$698.31
$668.28
$658.51
$651.36
$649.87
$649.82
$649.42
$648.60
$637.33
$636.91
$631.87
$617.92
$608.87
$594.77
$589.00
$581.03
$565.26
$563.56
$562.93
$553.83
$550.20
$543.44
$536.89
$528.57
$523.90
$514.65
$511.47
$494.23
$489.90
$488.16
$487.01
$482.94
$451.38
$437.45
$436.26
1099.2
279.5
191.9
141.4
138.9
136.5
120.3
119.2
117.3
115.7
114.3
113.3
112.9
112.9
110.6
110.1
108.4
103.8
102.3
101.1
100.9
100.9
100.8
100.7
99.0
98.9
98.1
95.9
94.5
92.4
91.5
90.2
87.8
87.5
87.4
86.0
85.4
84.4
83.4
82.1
81.3
79.9
79.4
76.7
76.1
75.8
75.6
75.0
70.1
67.9
67.7
12
Table 13.
All State and Local User Charges, FY 1986
13
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Wyoming
Delaware
North Dakota
Minnesota
Nebraska
Georgia
Nevada
Iowa
Alabama
Colorado
California
Michigan
Wisconsin
Indiana
Mississippi
Washington
Louisiana
Oregon
Oklahoma
New York
Florida
Hawaii
South Carolina
Kansas
Tennessee
Utah
Ohio
New Mexico
Texas
Virginia
Idaho
Vermont
New Jersey
Massachusetts
Dist. of Col.
Arizona
Maryland
South Dakota
Missouri
Montana
Rhode Island
North Carolina
West Virginia
Arkansas
Kentucky
Illinois
New Hampshire
Pennsylvania
Maine
Connecticut
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$333.50
100.0
$765.75
$531.77
$502.61
$494.82
$457.65
$454.97
$450.02
$423.61
$419.84
$419.75
$392.97
$392.46
$385.66
$380.48
$375.63
$375.31
$374.67
$366.00
$361.45
$360.02
$355.28
$353.89
$347.38
$345.37
$335.77
$332.11
$323.88
$316.92
$308.49
$307.23
$305.47
$300.58
$297.82
$292.44
$282.89
$280.86
$279.31
$272.95
$269.20
$268.70
$263.18
$257.89
$254.28
$249.34
$248.12
$245.92
$238.41
$232.03
$227.67
$223.98
$209.00
229.6
159.4
150.7
148.4
137.2
136.4
134.9
127.0
125.9
125.9
117.8
117.7
115.6
114.1
112.6
112.5
112.3
109.7
108.4
108.0
106.5
106.1
104.2
103.6
100.7
99.6
97.1
95.0
92.5
92.1
91.6
90.1
89.3
87.7
84.8
84.2
83.8
81.8
80.7
80.6
78.9
77.3
76.2
74.8
74.4
73.7
71.5
69.6
68.3
67.2
62.7
Table 14.
All State and Local Miscellaneous General Revenue,
FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Wyoming
New Mexico
Montana
Minnesota
Arizona
Oregon
Utah
Delaware
Rhode Island
Louisiana
North Dakota
Colorado
Kansas
Texas
New York
Connecticut
New Jersey
South Dakota
Dist. of Col.
California
Maryland
Nevada
Kentucky
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Nebraska
New Hampshire
Florida
West Virginia
Michigan
Vermont
Washington
Illinois
Hawaii
Massachusetts
Ohio
Alabama
Iowa
Missouri
Maine
Georgia
Wisconsin
North Carolina
South Carolina
Arkansas
Mississippi
Virginia
Idaho
Indiana
Tennessee
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$310.51
100.0
$6,313.18
$1,268.22
$927.37
$481.95
$453.24
$429.47
$412.98
$406.08
$391.70
$390.71
$389.72
$384.23
$374.49
$362.54
$361.06
$356.98
$356.25
$344.47
$339.66
$337.06
$334.74
$316.05
$303.43
$297.52
$289.40
$286.98
$280.98
$279.44
$277.98
$274.56
$272.85
$265.74
$262.66
$248.60
$247.39
$245.69
$236.92
$230.07
$230.03
$225.53
$212.28
$201.34
$200.55
$197.09
$191.52
$189.33
$187.62
$184.43
$182.36
$174.57
$156.05
2033.2
408.4
298.7
155.2
146.0
138.3
133.0
130.8
126.1
125.8
125.5
123.7
120.6
116.8
116.3
115.0
114.7
110.9
109.4
108.6
107.8
101.8
97.7
95.8
93.2
92.4
90.5
90.0
89.5
88.4
87.9
85.6
84.6
80.1
79.7
79.1
76.3
74.1
74.1
72.6
68.4
64.8
64.6
63.5
61.7
61.0
60.4
59.4
58.7
56.2
50.3
14
Table 15.
All State and Local General Expenditure, FY 1986
15
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Dist. of Col.
Wyoming
New York
Minnesota
California
Delaware
New Jersey
Montana
Michigan
Wisconsin
Massachusetts
North Dakota
Hawaii
New Mexico
Rhode Island
Oregon
Nevada
Connecticut
Maryland
Vermont
Washington
Colorado
Arizona
Utah
Iowa
Louisiana
Nebraska
Kansas
Illinois
Maine
Ohio
South Dakota
Oklahoma
Virginia
Texas
Georgia
Pennsylvania
West Virginia
Alabama
Florida
New Hampshire
Indiana
Idaho
South Carolina
Mississippi
Kentucky
Tennessee
Missouri
North Carolina
Arkansas
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$2,516.05
100.0
$9,451.96
$4,693.58
$4,472.62
$3,628.52
$3,048.55
$2,872.45
$2,818.39
$2,800.76
$2,784.95
$2,780.24
$2,735.59
$2,731.11
$2,706.94
$2,702.09
$2,696.19
$2,680.73
$2,672.51
$2,665.56
$2,582.47
$2,579.98
$2,576.88
$2,569.34
$2,567.67
$2,541.53
$2,482.50
$2,443.40
$2,423.42
$2,395.08
$2,382.16
$2,350.53
$2,309.30
$2,289.45
$2,253.60
$2,228.27
$2,212.40
$2,203.59
$2,199.37
$2,188.91
$2,157.80
$2,125.49
$2,123.35
$2,024.27
$1,997.98
$1,978.52
$1,972.05
$1,956.57
$1,921.15
$1,918.31
$1,915.82
$1,911.11
$1,843.05
375.7
186.5
177.8
144.2
121.2
114.2
112.0
111.3
110.7
110.5
108.7
108.5
107.6
107.4
107.2
106.5
106.2
105.9
102.6
102.5
102.4
102.1
102.1
101.0
98.7
97.1
96.3
95.2
94.7
93.4
91.8
91.0
89.6
88.6
87.9
87.6
87.4
87.0
85.8
84.5
84.4
80.5
79.4
78.6
78.4
77.8
76.4
76.2
76.1
76.0
73.3
Table 16.
All State and Local Expenditure for Education, FY 1986
16
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Wyoming
Delaware
New Mexico
Utah
North Dakota
New York
Michigan
Montana
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Vermont
Arizona
Oregon
Colorado
Iowa
Washington
Kansas
Texas
Nebraska
New Jersey
California
Virginia
Oklahoma
Maryland
Ohio
North Carolina
Rhode Island
West Virginia
Indiana
Maine
South Carolina
Dist. of Col.
Illinois
Alabama
South Dakota
Massachusetts
Arkansas
Louisiana
Nevada
Pennsylvania
Idaho
Georgia
Hawaii
Connecticut
Mississippi
New Hampshire
Missouri
Florida
Kentucky
Tennessee
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$874.49
100.0
$2,272.75
$1,666.83
$1,108.09
$1,068.08
$1,050.39
$1,040.22
$1,037.96
$1,032.82
$1,026.30
$1,024.17
$1,005.00
$987.91
$987.15
$982.84
$949.28
$937.29
$936.35
$935.09
$926.30
$922.91
$916.63
$906.69
$881.59
$874.22
$871.63
$855.85
$840.64
$840.32
$832.13
$817.67
$813.36
$803.22
$801.78
$796.15
$792.76
$791.62
$791.59
$791.31
$784.48
$773.29
$771.33
$762.64
$761.68
$758.74
$745.46
$707.40
$705.83
$704.57
$703.51
$689.29
$651.90
259.9
190.6
126.7
122.1
120.1
119.0
118.7
118.1
117.4
117.1
114.9
113.0
112.9
112.4
108.6
107.2
107.1
106.9
105.9
105.5
104.8
103.7
100.8
100.0
99.7
97.9
96.1
96.1
95.2
93.5
93.0
91.9
91.7
91.0
90.7
90.5
90.5
90.5
89.7
88.4
88.2
87.2
87.1
86.8
85.2
80.9
80.7
80.6
80.4
78.8
74.5
Table 17.
All State and Local Expenditure for Elementary and
Secondary Education, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Wyoming
New York
Montana
New Jersey
Michigan
Minnesota
New Mexico
Dist. of Col.
Oregon
Colorado
Utah
Texas
Wisconsin
Delaware
Arizona
Kansas
North Dakota
Nebraska
Ohio
Washington
Virginia
West Virginia
Massachusetts
Vermont
California
Oklahoma
Maryland
Pennsylvania
Iowa
South Dakota
Maine
Connecticut
Nevada
Rhode Island
Illinois
Arkansas
North Carolina
Indiana
Georgia
Florida
Louisiana
New Hampshire
South Carolina
Missouri
Idaho
Mississippi
Hawaii
Alabama
Kentucky
Tennessee
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$601.93
100.0
$1,660.36
$1,206.73
$787.08
$763.53
$710.01
$707.09
$703.29
$672.92
$671.15
$668.51
$666.66
$658.98
$650.23
$648.19
$642.31
$634.02
$620.40
$619.93
$615.70
$612.86
$612.49
$601.50
$595.95
$593.95
$590.30
$586.62
$585.86
$584.78
$584.24
$569.69
$568.81
$556.52
$553.52
$549.73
$549.55
$545.59
$536.07
$530.13
$529.11
$526.46
$523.95
$521.30
$517.90
$510.62
$505.77
$482.40
$448.70
$441.02
$433.43
$429.72
$392.52
275.8
200.5
130.8
126.8
118.0
117.5
116.8
111.8
111.5
111.1
110.8
109.5
108.0
107.7
106.7
105.3
103.1
103.0
102.3
101.8
101.8
99.9
99.0
98.7
98.1
97.5
97.3
97.2
97.1
94.6
94.5
92.5
92.0
91.3
91.3
90.6
89.1
88.1
87.9
87.5
87.0
86.6
86.0
84.8
84.0
80.1
74.5
73.3
72.0
71.4
65.2
17
Table 18.
All State and Local Expenditure for Higher Education,
FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Wyoming
Delaware
North Dakota
New Mexico
Utah
Wisconsin
Vermont
Iowa
Arizona
Hawaii
Kansas
Michigan
Washington
Oregon
California
North Carolina
Nebraska
Colorado
Minnesota
Texas
Alabama
Oklahoma
Maryland
Virginia
Idaho
Indiana
South Carolina
Ohio
Mississippi
Montana
Louisiana
Rhode Island
Georgia
Kentucky
Illinois
Tennessee
Maine
Arkansas
Nevada
New York
South Dakota
West Virginia
New Jersey
Missouri
New Hampshire
Massachusetts
Connecticut
Florida
Dist. of Col.
Pennsylvania
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$234.51
100.0
$523.22
$429.80
$382.04
$380.07
$365.68
$352.76
$337.98
$335.19
$331.59
$323.45
$303.80
$296.92
$295.69
$290.61
$290.29
$288.23
$279.67
$279.65
$263.92
$259.95
$259.82
$257.00
$253.74
$249.28
$248.14
$245.72
$245.25
$244.46
$226.64
$221.53
$213.65
$212.55
$210.76
$210.40
$209.68
$206.59
$205.06
$202.26
$200.87
$197.89
$195.38
$193.26
$192.74
$178.23
$176.52
$167.25
$157.16
$149.56
$132.90
$130.63
$125.38
223.1
183.3
162.9
162.1
155.9
150.4
144.1
142.9
141.4
137.9
129.5
126.6
126.1
123.9
123.8
122.9
119.3
119.2
112.5
110.8
110.8
109.6
108.2
106.3
105.8
104.8
104.6
104.2
96.6
94.5
91.1
90.6
89.9
89.7
89.4
88.1
87.4
86.2
85.7
84.4
83.3
82.4
82.2
76.0
75.3
71.3
67.0
63.8
56.7
55.7
53.5
18
Table 19.
All State and Local Expenditure for Public Welfare,
FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Dist. of Col.
New York
Alaska
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Minnesota
Michigan
Wisconsin
Maine
California
Ohio
Connecticut
Pennsylvania
Illinois
Vermont
New Jersey
Iowa
Maryland
Washington
North Dakota
Hawaii
Montana
Kentucky
Colorado
Oklahoma
Nebraska
West Virginia
New Hampshire
Indiana
Tennessee
Louisiana
Arkansas
Oregon
Utah
South Dakota
Wyoming
Kansas
Missouri
Mississippi
New Mexico
Delaware
Georgia
Alabama
Arizona
North Carolina
South Carolina
Virginia
Florida
Idaho
Nevada
Texas
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$309.64
100.0
$841.27
$624.99
$514.79
$477.43
$470.07
$459.19
$447.51
$438.35
$403.79
$387.48
$367.83
$345.35
$342.64
$329.83
$324.56
$323.72
$293.83
$291.25
$278.43
$266.55
$266.19
$254.05
$253.39
$249.71
$237.89
$234.79
$233.46
$232.78
$231.74
$218.62
$218.53
$213.87
$213.86
$213.73
$209.66
$203.60
$201.25
$200.03
$197.80
$197.19
$193.10
$191.30
$184.87
$182.36
$180.14
$179.17
$174.45
$156.78
$155.24
$152.12
$140.55
271.7
201.8
166.3
154.2
151.8
148.3
144.5
141.6
130.4
125.1
118.8
111.5
110.7
106.5
104.8
104.5
94.9
94.1
89.9
86.1
86.0
82.0
81.8
80.6
76.8
75.8
75.4
75.2
74.8
70.6
70.6
69.1
69.1
69.0
67.7
65.8
65.0
64.6
63.9
63.7
62.4
61.8
59.7
58.9
58.2
57.9
56.3
50.6
50.1
49.1
45.4
19
Table 20.
All State and Local Expenditure for Health, FY 1986
20
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Dist. of Col.
Wyoming
Wisconsin
Michigan
Massachusetts
Utah
New York
Hawaii
Rhode Island
Montana
California
Washington
South Carolina
Delaware
New Mexico
New Hampshire
Virginia
Ohio
Vermont
Florida
Colorado
New Jersey
Tennessee
South Dakota
North Carolina
Alabama
West Virginia
Missouri
North Dakota
Illinois
Georgia
Minnesota
Arizona
Connecticut
Kentucky
Idaho
Pennsylvania
Oregon
Louisiana
Maryland
Nevada
Iowa
Mississippi
Maine
Indiana
Oklahoma
Arkansas
Texas
Kansas
Nebraska
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$64.50
100.0
$184.66
$169.76
$118.54
$111.09
$105.41
$90.51
$84.61
$84.07
$83.11
$80.69
$78.64
$78.42
$77.91
$77.63
$76.21
$75.00
$73.14
$73.00
$69.94
$69.28
$66.77
$61.02
$60.66
$60.15
$60.10
$59.69
$59.04
$58.82
$55.76
$54.56
$53.94
$51.44
$51.30
$50.92
$50.87
$50.30
$49.84
$47.91
$47.71
$47.65
$47.27
$46.15
$44.66
$44.28
$43.50
$42.81
$40.70
$38.45
$37.38
$36.92
$25.15
286.3
263.2
183.8
172.2
163.4
140.3
131.2
130.3
128.9
125.1
121.9
121.6
120.8
120.4
118.2
116.3
113.4
113.2
108.4
107.4
103.5
94.6
94.0
93.3
93.2
92.5
91.5
91.2
86.4
84.6
83.6
79.7
79.5
78.9
78.9
78.0
77.3
74.3
74.0
73.9
73.3
71.6
69.2
68.7
67.4
66.4
63.1
59.6
57.9
57.2
39.0
Table 21.
All State and Local Expenditure for Hospitals, FY 1986
21
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Georgia
Wyoming
Dist. of Col.
New York
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Nebraska
Iowa
Minnesota
South Carolina
Tennessee
Oklahoma
California
Michigan
Massachusetts
Florida
Indiana
Missouri
Kansas
Texas
Colorado
Nevada
Idaho
Connecticut
New Mexico
Virginia
North Carolina
Arkansas
Ohio
Washington
Rhode Island
Oregon
New Jersey
Hawaii
Illinois
Wisconsin
West Virginia
North Dakota
Utah
Alaska
Kentucky
Pennsylvania
Arizona
Delaware
Maine
Montana
South Dakota
Maryland
New Hampshire
Vermont
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$157.89
100.0
$360.57
$344.99
$280.69
$278.21
$276.64
$254.39
$239.94
$226.78
$194.17
$193.31
$190.27
$180.48
$178.11
$172.88
$172.50
$163.44
$162.25
$156,76
$154.40
$154.31
$153.09
$141.36
$137.68
$133.84
$131.57
$129.54
$124.88
$123.78
$120.80
$116.49
$115.02
$110.53
$106.90
$106.35
$101.60
$97.66
$95.98
$92.67
$90.46
$89.89
$82.35
$76.30
$75.80
$72.78
$69.94
$67.43
$66.04
$61.20
$58.34
$39.09
$36.47
228.4
218.5
177.8
176.2
175.2
161.1
152.0
143.6
123.0
122.4
120.5
114.3
112.8
109.5
109.3
103.5
102.8
99.3
97.8
97.7
97.0
89.5
87.2
84.8
83.3
82.0
79.1
78.4
76.5
73.8
72.9
70.0
67.7
67.4
64.3
61.9
60.8
58.7
57.3
56.9
52.2
48.3
48.0
46.1
44.3
42.7
41.8
38.8
37.0
24.8
23.1
Table 22.
All State and Local Expenditure for Highways, FY 1986
22
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Wyoming
Montana
South Dakota
North Dakota
Iowa
Kansas
Minnesota
Nebraska
Vermont
New Mexico
Nevada
Arizona
West Virginia
Delaware
Idaho
Utah
Colorado
Maine
Louisiana
Maryland
Wisconsin
Virginia
New Jersey
New Hampshire
Texas
Mississippi
Kentucky
Connecticut
Washington
Arkansas
Oklahoma
Illinois
Oregon
Alabama
New York
Missouri
Pennsylvania
Georgia
Tennessee
Ohio
Rhode Island
Michigan
Florida
Indiana
North Carolina
Dist. of Col.
Massachusetts
Hawaii
South Carolina
California
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$204.78
100.0
$905.73
$701.67
$415.74
$372.22
$354.32
$315.54
$314.72
$311.37
$304.01
$297.80
$289.73
$289.30
$275.07
$263.55
$257.99
$254.60
$248.66
$246.06
$241.39
$241.04
$240.17
$237.61
$233.96
$233.66
$233.18
$229.60
$226.15
$220.19
$218.24
$217.26
$216.88
$212.46
$208.01
$204.43
$203.68
$201.95
$201.84
$198.03
$192.98
$192.89
$177.20
$176.37
$172.92
$162.63
$162.05
$155.00
$146.26
$142.07
$138.82
$130.02
$126.89
442.3
342.6
203.0
181.8
173.0
154.1
153.7
152.1
148.5
145.4
141.5
141.3
134.3
128.7
126.0
124.3
121.4
120.2
117.9
117.7
117.3
116.0
114.2
114.1
113.9
112.1
110.4
107.5
106.6
106.1
105.9
103.8
101.6
99.8
99.5
98.6
98.6
96.7
94.2
94.2
86.5
86.1
84.4
79.4
79.1
75.7
71.4
69.4
67.8
63.5
62.0
Table 23.
All State and Local Expenditure for Police
Protection, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Dist. of Col.
Alaska
New York
Nevada
California
Wyoming
New Jersey
Arizona
Florida
Colorado
Maryland
Illinois
Michigan
Delaware
Wisconsin
Connecticut
Massachusetts
Hawaii
Louisiana
New Mexico
Rhode Island
Oregon
Washington
Minnesota
Ohio
Utah
Missouri
Virginia
Texas
Kansas
Pennsylvania
Montana
Georgia
Idaho
New Hampshire
Iowa
Oklahoma
North Carolina
Nebraska
Tennessee
Vermont
Alabama
South Carolina
South Dakota
Maine
Kentucky
Indiana
North Dakota
Mississippi
Arkansas
West Virginia
23
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$94.10
100.0
$338.73
$198.73
$145.37
$133.72
$130.30
$128.89
$116.23
$114.82
$110.77
$107.89
$103.98
$103.56
$102.31
$98.36
$97.86
$97.57
$95.34
$94.88
$94.30
$91.51
$91.16
$88.48
$85.92
$80.67
$79.92
$79.61
$79.09
$78.33
$76.13
$72.62
$71.35
$70.74
$69.33
$67.82
$67.61
$66.84
$66.59
$66.09
$65.24
$61.26
$60.99
$60.75
$59.96
$58.70
$57.10
$55.29
$54.10
$52.98
$52.44
$49.86
$42.34
360.0
211.2
154.5
142.1
138.5
137.0
123.5
122.0
117.7
114.7
110.5
110.1
108.7
104.5
104.0
103.7
101.3
100.8
100.2
97.3
96.9
94.0
91.3
85.7
84.9
84.6
84.0
83.2
80.9
77.2
75.8
75.2
73.7
72.1
71.9
71.0
70.8
70.2
69.3
65.1
64.8
64.6
63.7
62.4
60.7
58.8
57.5
56.3
55.7
53.0
45.0
Table 24.
All State and Local Expenditure for Fire
Protection, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Dist. of Col.
Alaska
Nevada
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Oregon
California
Connecticut
New York
Illinois
Washington
Maryland
Ohio
Florida
Hawaii
Arizona
Virginia
New Jersey
New Hampshire
Wisconsin
Colorado
Michigan
Maine
Texas
Wyoming
Oklahoma
Georgia
Utah
Kansas
Missouri
Minnesota
New Mexico
Louisiana
Tennessee
Nebraska
Idaho
Alabama
Iowa
Indiana
North Carolina
Kentucky
Vermont
Pennsylvania
Montana
South Dakota
South Carolina
Mississippi
North Dakota
Arkansas
West Virginia
Delaware
24
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$39.77
100.0
$115.03
$104.48
$77.03
$71.41
$69.55
$61.61
$56.54
$55.81
$55.79
$46.80
$45.85
$45.00
$42.93
$42.68
$42.14
$41.54
$40.66
$39.60
$39.35
$38.79
$36.83
$35.46
$34.34
$33.58
$32.63
$32.07
$31.01
$30.22
$29.90
$29.85
$29.70
$29.69
$29.09
$28.99
$26.64
$26.47
$26.11
$26.04
$24.32
$22.81
$22.49
$21.90
$21.06
$20.72
$19.16
$19.10
$18.95
$18.90
$17.83
$16.78
$16.03
289.3
262.7
193.7
179.6
174.9
154.9
142.2
140.3
140.3
117.7
115.3
113.2
108.0
107.3
106.0
104.5
102.3
99.6
99.0
97.6
92.6
89.2
86.3
84.4
82.1
80.7
78.0
76.0
75.2
75.1
74.7
74.7
73.2
72.9
67.0
66.6
65.7
65.5
61.2
57.4
56.5
55.1
53.0
52.1
48.2
48.0
47.7
47.5
44.8
42.2
40.3
Table 25.
All State and Local Expenditure for Corrections,
FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Dist. of Col.
Alaska
Nevada
New York
California
Arizona
Maryland
Delaware
Washington
Michigan
New Jersey
New Mexico
Hawaii
Virginia
Florida
Colorado
Wyoming
Georgia
South Carolina
Massachusetts
Texas
Oregon
Louisiana
North Carolina
Utah
Ohio
Connecticut
Illinois
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Tennessee
Minnesota
Alabama
Rhode Island
Montana
Nebraska
Indiana
Wisconsin
Kansas
Kentucky
Vermont
Missouri
Iowa
Maine
South Dakota
New Hampshire
Mississippi
Arkansas
Idaho
North Dakota
West Virginia
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$62.04
100.0
$332.56
$203.27
$108.88
$101.69
$100.04
$95.27
$92.98
$72.24
$71.58
$68.29
$67.20
$67.16
$65.79
$62.97
$61.96
$60.59
$58.19
$56.23
$55.68
$52.74
$50.56
$50.07
$49.87
$49.82
$49.45
$49.40
$48.43
$47.01
$46.94
$46.75
$45.09
$43.82
$41.60
$41.02
$40.54
$38.75
$37.69
$36.72
$36.69
$36.30
$35.32
$34.96
$34.70
$34.30
$32.17
$31.75
$30.50
$29.54
$28.61
$21.17
$18.39
536.0
327.6
175.5
163.9
161.2
153.6
149.9
116.4
115.4
110.1
108.3
108.3
106.0
101.5
99.9
97.7
93.8
90.6
89.7
85.0
81.5
80.7
80.4
80.3
79.7
79.6
78.1
75.8
75.7
75.4
72.7
70.6
67.0
66.1
65.3
62.5
60.8
59.2
59.1
58.5
56.9
56.3
55.9
55.3
51.9
51.2
49.2
47.6
46.1
34.1
29.6
Table 26.
All State and Local Expenditure for Natural
Resources, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Wyoming
Montana
North Dakota
South Dakota
Idaho
Louisiana
California
Utah
Nebraska
Washington
Arizona
Vermont
Oregon
New Mexico
Hawaii
Florida
Minnesota
Maine
Kansas
Delaware
Mississippi
West Virginia
Kentucky
Colorado
Nevada
Iowa
Arkansas
Wisconsin
Maryland
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Alabama
Texas
Indiana
Michigan
Oklahoma
Missouri
New Hampshire
Virginia
Pennsylvania
Tennessee
Illinois
Connecticut
Ohio
Massachusetts
New Jersey
Rhode Island
New York
Dist. of Col.
26
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$37.64
100.0
$302.25
$148.34
$116.32
$89.80
$86.55
$84.14
$70.09
$68.57
$64.04
$61.02
$60.13
$59.91
$58.12
$57.27
$55.88
$55.35
$55.26
$53.90
$48.41
$48.39
$48.28
$46.09
$45.05
$44.38
$42.70
$41.10
$39.82
$39.44
$38.64
$37.99
$34.01
$33.45
$31.91
$31.90
$31.83
$31.23
$28.73
$28.37
$28.08
$23.92
$23.87
$20.37
$19.78
$18.26
$17.47
$14.82
$14.12
$13.92
$13.51
$11.11
$0.00
803.0
394.1
309.0
238.6
230.0
223.6
186.2
182.2
170.2
162.1
159.8
159.2
154.4
152.2
148.5
147.1
146.8
143.2
128.6
128.6
128.3
122.5
119.7
117.9
113.4
109.2
105.8
104.8
102.7
100.9
90.3
88.9
84.8
84.7
84.6
83.0
76.3
75.4
74.6
63.6
63.4
54.1
52.6
48.5
46.4
39.4
37.5
37.0
35.9
29.5
0.0
Table 27.
All State and Local Expenditure for Parks and
Recreation, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Wyoming
Dist. of Col.
Nevada
Hawaii
Colorado
Florida
Illinois
Minnesota
California
Maryland
New York
Arizona
Washington
New Mexico
New Jersey
Oregon
Wisconsin
Utah
Massachusetts
Louisiana
Oklahoma
Delaware
South Dakota
Michigan
Texas
Virginia
Nebraska
Missouri
Iowa
Kansas
North Dakota
Tennessee
Georgia
Connecticut
Rhode Island
Alabama
North Carolina
Ohio
West Virginia
Montana
Indiana
Kentucky
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Vermont
Maine
Idaho
New Hampshire
Arkansas
Mississippi
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$42.16
100.0
$83.94
$79.89
$76.03
$73.42
$69.19
$69.16
$62.29
$61.63
$61.06
$57.36
$55.31
$54.51
$52.70
$52.19
$51.73
$51.21
$45.56
$42.88
$41.46
$40.21
$39.83
$37.57
$36.41
$35.31
$35.16
$34.98
$34.82
$33.92
$33.75
$33.69
$31.02
$30.92
$30.59
$30.25
$29.83
$29.40
$29.04
$26.60
$26.30
$24.96
$24.89
$24.23
$24.03
$23.15
$22.49
$21.16
$20.34
$20.33
$17.97
$16.14
$15.11
199.1
189.5
180.3
174.1
164.1
164.0
147.7
146.2
144.8
136.0
131.2
129.3
125.0
123.8
122.7
121.5
108.1
101.7
98.3
95.4
94.5
89.1
86.3
83.7
83.4
83.0
82.6
80.4
80.0
79.9
73.6
73.3
72.5
71.8
70.8
69.7
68.9
63.1
62.4
59.2
59.0
57.5
57.0
54.9
53.3
50.2
48.2
48.2
42.6
38.3
35.8
27
Table 28.
All State and Local Expenditure for Sewerage, FY 1986
28
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Dist. of Col.
Wisconsin
Delaware
Maryland
New Jersey
Colorado
Nevada
New York
Arizona
Iowa
New Mexico
Ohio
Washington
Michigan
Texas
Louisiana
Indiana
Connecticut
California
Minnesota
Illinois
Vermont
Rhode Island
Oregon
Virginia
Hawaii
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Missouri
Oklahoma
Maine
Wyoming
Utah
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
South Dakota
Montana
Idaho
Florida
Tennessee
Nebraska
Kansas
West Virginia
Kentucky
Georgia
Mississippi
Alabama
Arkansas
North Dakota
North Carolina
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$55.20
100.0
$183.35
$130.09
$94.48
$81.89
$77.58
$73.56
$72.84
$71.85
$70.67
$69.68
$69.07
$68.47
$67.62
$64.22
$63.40
$62.82
$62.29
$60.34
$57.40
$57.29
$56.95
$56.92
$56.46
$55.62
$55.62
$55.09
$54.18
$53.15
$50.29
$48.52
$47.16
$46.74
$45.12
$44.37
$42.75
$42.71
$42.19
$40.17
$39.37
$38.43
$38.19
$36.86
$36.64
$35.63
$35.54
$30.71
$28.89
$27.60
$21.70
$17.34
$6.87
332.2
235.7
171.2
148.4
140.6
133.3
132.0
130.2
128.0
126.2
125.1
124.0
122.5
116.3
114.9
113.8
112.8
109.3
104.0
103.8
103.2
103.1
102.3
100.8
100.8
99.8
98.2
96.3
91.1
87.9
85.4
84.7
81.7
80.4
77.4
77.4
76.4
72.8
71.3
69.6
69.2
66.8
66.4
64.5
64.4
55.6
52.3
50.0
39.3
31.4
12.4
Table 29.
All State and Local Expenditure for Housing and
Community Development, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Dist. of Col.
Alaska
Massachusetts
New York
Delaware
Hawaii
Connecticut
California
Rhode Island
Maryland
Minnesota
Maine
New Hampshire
Illinois
New Jersey
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Virginia
Georgia
Oregon
Oklahoma
Montana
Vermont
Washington
Tennessee
North Dakota
Indiana
North Carolina
Kentucky
Iowa
Colorado
Alabama
Arizona
Missouri
Nevada
Florida
Wyoming
Idaho
Utah
Mississippi
South Carolina
South Dakota
Arkansas
Wisconsin
Louisiana
Texas
Michigan
Nebraska
New Mexico
West Virginia
Kansas
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$46.81
100.0
$272.59
$160.18
$106.03
$100.18
$86.39
$81.49
$67.35
$67.13
$63.79
$62.72
$61.24
$59.10
$58.55
$49.28
$47.76
$46.33
$45.18
$44.28
$42.94
$42.02
$41.13
$40.75
$40.42
$40.25
$39.38
$37.88
$36.77
$36.37
$33.79
$31.48
$29.86
$29.52
$29.02
$27.39
$26.23
$25.92
$25.74
$25.62
$25.14
$25.10
$22.99
$22.46
$22.11
$21.90
$20.16
$19.68
$19.30
$19.23
$17.35
$16.72
$15.13
582.3
342.2
226.5
214.0
184.6
174.1
143.9
143.4
136.3
134.0
130.8
126.3
125.1
105.3
102.0
99.0
96.5
94.6
91.7
89.8
87.9
87.0
86.3
86.0
84.1
80.9
78.6
77.7
72.2
67.3
63.8
63.1
62.0
58.5
56.0
55.4
55.0
54.7
53.7
53.6
49.1
48.0
47.2
46.8
43.1
42.1
41.2
41.1
37.1
35.7
32.3
29
Table 30.
All State and Local Expenditure for Financial
Administration, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$49.35
100.0
Alaska
Wyoming
Nevada
Montana
Oregon
Delaware
Dist. of Col.
California
South Dakota
New Mexico
Vermont
Washington
Colorado
Arizona
Rhode Island
Illinois
Kansas
New York
Minnesota
Connecticut
Hawaii
Maine
Florida
Utah
Massachusetts
Virginia
Oklahoma
New Jersey
Idaho
North Dakota
Maryland
Michigan
Alabama
Nebraska
Texas
West Virginia
Iowa
Arkansas
Ohio
New Hampshire
Wisconsin
Kentucky
Louisiana
$265.24
$89.16
$83.76
$76.38
$74.43
$73.38
$73.21
$68.71
$67.18
$66.52
$64.03
$58.21
$57.91
$57.79
$56.42
$55.29
$53.77
$53.66
$53.10
$52.84
$52.75
$52.74
$52.21
$51.38
$51.01
$49.56
$48.08
$47.83
$47.40
$47.31
$47.28
$47.27
$46.98
$43.56
$43.44
$43.42
$41.92
$41.10
$41.10
$39.71
$39.45
$37.25
$37.17
537.5
180.7
169.7
154.8
150.8
148.7
148.4
139.2
136.1
134.8
129.7
118.0
117.4
117.1
114.3
112.0
108.9
108.7
107.6
107.1
106.9
106.9
105.8
104.1
103.4
100.4
97.4
96.9
96.1
95.9
95.8
95.8
95.2
88.3
88.0
88.0
84.9
83.3
83.3
80.5
79.9
75.5
75.3
44
Georgia
$37.14
75.3
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Missouri
South Carolina
Pennsylvania
Mississippi
Tennessee
North Carolina
Indiana
$35.60
$34.06
$33.82
$33.39
$30.77
$30.56
$30.38
72.1
69.0
68.5
67.7
62.4
61.9
61.6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
30
Table 31.
All State and Local Expenditure for Judicial
Administration, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Dist. of Col.
Hawaii
Nevada
California
New York
Delaware
Wyoming
Michigan
Arizona
New Jersey
Florida
Massachusetts
Colorado
Maryland
Oregon
Connecticut
Minnesota
Rhode Island
New Mexico
New Hampshire
Pennsylvania
Montana
Ohio
Wisconsin
Washington
Louisiana
Kansas
Illinois
North Dakota
Vermont
Utah
Virginia
Alabama
Iowa
Texas
Kentucky
Nebraska
South Dakota
Missouri
Georgia
Idaho
Maine
West Virginia
Oklahoma
Tennessee
Indiana
North Carolina
South Carolina
Arkansas
Mississippi
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$38.59
100.0
$154.23
$131.51
$66.35
$58.19
$57.41
$57.08
$53.95
$49.57
$49.52
$49.34
$48.17
$43.08
$42.83
$42.41
$41.26
$40.19
$39.51
$38.24
$38.21
$37.78
$37.05
$36.48
$34.91
$34.70
$34.49
$34.13
$33.47
$32.10
$31.77
$31.75
$30.89
$30.01
$28.38
$28.21
$27.93
$27.33
$27.12
$26.78
$26.30
$26.30
$25.94
$25.83
$23.95
$23.37
$22.82
$22.50
$22.45
$22.22
$20.92
$16.37
$16.07
399.6
340.8
171.9
150.8
148.8
147.9
139.8
128.4
128.3
127.8
124.8
111.6
111.0
109.9
106.9
104.1
102.4
99.1
99.0
97.9
96.0
94.5
90.5
89.9
89.4
88.4
86.7
83.2
82.3
82.3
80.1
77.8
73.5
73.1
72.4
70.8
70.3
69.4
68.1
68.1
67.2
66.9
62.0
60.5
59.1
58.3
58.2
57.6
54.2
42.4
41.6
31
Table 32.
All State and Local Expenditure for Legislative
Administration, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Hawaii
Rhode Island
Massachusetts
Montana
Pennsylvania
New York
Delaware
Michigan
Minnesota
Maine
Vermont
New Jersey
Washington
South Carolina
California
New Hampshire
West Virginia
Connecticut
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Kentucky
Nebraska
Louisiana
Kansas
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Oregon
Maryland
North Dakota
South Dakota
Utah
Iowa
Missouri
Florida
Mississippi
Illinois
Nevada
Arizona
Idaho
Virginia
Colorado
Alabama
Georgia
Arkansas
Texas
Indiana
Tennessee
Ohio
North Carolina
Dist. of Col.
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$4.53
100.0
$55.84
$11.21
$8.69
$7.27
$7.24
$7.07
$7.03
$7.00
$6.76
$6.63
$6.60
$6.51
$5.99
$5.94
$5.78
$5.33
$5.29
$5.24
$4.98
$4.82
$4.72
$4.46
$4.40
$4.35
$4.15
$4.11
$3.94
$3.88
$3.83
$3.73
$3.62
$3.55
$3.53
$3.48
$3.47
$3.46
$3.43
$3.23
$3.07
$2.94
$2.74
$2.73
$2.68
$2.34
$2.16
$2.15
$2.07
$2.02
$1.85
$1.65
$0.00
1233.0
247.5
191.9
160.5
159.8
156.2
155.2
154.5
149.4
146.5
145.6
143.7
132.2
131.1
127.6
117.6
116.8
115.7
110.0
106.4
104.2
98.5
97.1
96.0
91.6
90.8
87.1
85.7
84.6
82.4
80.0
78.3
78.0
76.8
76.5
76.5
75.7
71.3
67.7
64.9
60.5
60.2
59.1
51.7
47.7
47.5
45.8
44.6
40.8
36.4
0.0
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Table 33.
All State and Local Expenditure for Interest on
General Debt, FY 1986
Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Alaska
Wyoming
Dist. of Col.
Delaware
Rhode Island
Oregon
New York
Louisiana
Hawaii
New Jersey
Minnesota
Nevada
Connecticut
Montana
New Mexico
New Hampshire
Arizona
Maryland
Massachusetts
Vermont
Kansas
South Dakota
Colorado
Pennsylvania
West Virginia
Kentucky
Texas
Wisconsin
Utah
Maine
North Dakota
Illinois
Alabama
Washington
Oklahoma
Florida
California
Nebraska
Ohio
Michigan
Virginia
Tennessee
South Carolina
Missouri
Iowa
Arkansas
Mississippi
Indiana
Idaho
Georgia
North Carolina
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$153.74
100.0
$1,788.60
$358.07
$323.78
$293.17
$272.11
$261.57
$241.16
$231.86
$228.61
$226.67
$222.11
$218.47
$214.36
$204.37
$202.73
$181.64
$181.14
$180.52
$177.00
$176.10
$171.43
$165.84
$161.40
$157.89
$152.46
$146.42
$145.87
$145.46
$145.36
$144.32
$141.45
$141.44
$135.68
$134.21
$133.79
$133.23
$127.04
$123.21
$111.05
$110.53
$110.48
$102.82
$100.00
$98.76
$96.99
$96.23
$90.57
$89.19
$81.64
$76.86
$73.57
1163.4
232.9
210.6
190.7
177.0
170.1
156.9
150.8
148.7
147.4
144.5
142.1
139.4
132.9
131.9
118.1
117.8
117.4
115.1
114.5
111.5
107.9
105.0
102.7
99.2
95.2
94.9
94.6
94.6
93.9
92.0
92.0
88.2
87.3
87.0
86.7
82.6
80.1
72.2
71.9
71.9
66.9
65.0
64.2
63.1
62.6
58.9
58.0
53.1
50.0
47.9
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Table 34.
Personal Income Per Capita, Calendar Year 1985
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Amount
Per Capita
Rank
United States
Percent of
U.S. Avg.
$13,732.31
100.0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Dist. of Col.
Connecticut
Alaska
New Jersey
Massachusetts
New York
California
Maryland
Illinois
Colorado
New Hampshire
Virginia
$18,158.15
$18,001.88
$17,745.32
$17,080.58
$16,351.34
$16,060.04
$15,698.68
$15,612.82
$14,714.71
$14,649.22
$14,538.46
$14,339.04
132.2
131.1
129.2
124.4
119.1
117.0
114.3
113.7
107.2
106.7
105.9
104.4
13
Nevada
$14,081.00
102.5
Delaware
Minnesota
Rhode Island
Kansas
Washington
Hawaii
Michigan
Pennsylvania
Florida
Nebraska
Wyoming
Texas
Ohio
Missouri
Wisconsin
Iowa
Oregon
Indiana
Arizona
Georgia
Oklahoma
North Dakota
Vermont
Maine
North Carolina
Louisiana
South Dakota
Tennessee
Idaho
Montana
Kentucky
New Mexico
Alabama
South Carolina
Arkansas
Utah
West Virginia
Mississippi
$14,022.12
$14,017.09
$13,810.26
$13,715.97
$13,709.39
$13,708.10
$13,523.56
$13,396.92
$13,377.64
$13,343.55
$13,282.05
$13,230.73
$13,217.08
$13,147.45
$13,127.48
$12,737.64
$12,572.65
$12,434.96
$12,292.73
$12,280.47
$12,218.15
$12,157.58
$11,981.52
$11,784.50
$11,478.44
$11,222.62
$11,162.43
$11,147.20
$11,139.58
$11,070.82
$10,817.60
$10,701.83
$10,587.96
$10,489.64
$10,416.10
$10,365.77
$10,284.52
$9,144.38
102.1
102.1
100.6
99.9
99.8
99.8
98.5
97.6
97.4
97.2
96.7
96.3
96.2
95.7
95.6
92.8
91.6
90.6
89.5
89.4
89.0
88.5
87.3
85.8
83.6
81.7
81.3
81.2
81.1
80.6
78.8
77.9
77.1
76.4
75.9
75.5
74.9
66.6
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Table 35.
Population and Personal Income by States
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July 1, 1986
Population
(in Thousands)
United States
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Col.
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Personal Income
Calendar Year 1985
(Mil. Dol.)
241,077
3,310,545
4,053
534
3,317
2,372
26,981
3,267
3,189
633
626
11,675
6,104
1,062
1,003
11,553
5,504
2,851
2,461
3,728
4,501
1,174
4,463
5,832
9,145
4,214
2,625
5,066
819
1,598
963
1,027
7,620
1,479
17,772
6,331
679
10,752
3,305
2,698
11,889
975
3,378
708
4,803
16,682
1,665
541
5,787
4,463
1,919
4,785
507
42,913
9,476
40,775
24,707
423,566
47,859
57,408
8,876
11,367
156,184
74,960
14,558
11,173
169,999
68,442
36,315
33,755
40,328
50,513
13,835
69,680
95,361
123,673
59,068
24,004
66,605
9,067
21,323
13,560
14,931
130,154
15,828
285,419
72,670
8,255
142,110
40,381
33,921
159,276
13,465
35,434
7,903
53,540
220,715
17,259
6,482
82,980
61,185
19,736
62,815
6,734
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APPENDIX A.
DEFINITIONS OF SELECTED TERMS
The following definitions are taken directly from U.S. Bureau
of the Census,
Governmental Finances in 1985-86, GF-86, No. 5 (November 1987),
Appendix
A, pp.
113-119. For information concerning definitions or data, write
or call Vance
Kane, Governments Division, U.S. Bureau of the Census, Washington,
D.C. 20233.
Phone (301) 763-7664.
Capital Outlay. Direct expenditure for contract or force
account construction
of buildings, roads, and other improvements, and for purchases
of equipment,
land, and existing structures. Includes amounts for additions,
replacements,
and major alterations to fixed works and structures. However,
expenditure for
repairs to such works and structures is classified as current
operation
expenditure. See Construction and Equipment.
Cash Assistance.
See Public Welfare.
Corporate Net Income Taxes.
Taxes on net income of corporations and
unincorporated businesses (when taxed separately from individual
income).
Includes distinctively imposed net income taxes on special kinds
of corporations
(e.g., financial institutions).
Correction. Confinement and correction of adults and minors
convicted of
offenses against the law, and pardon, probation, and parole
activities.
Current Charges. Amounts received from the public for performance
of specific
services benefiting the person charged, and from sales of commodities
and
services except by government utilities and liquor stores.
Includes fees,
assessments, and other reimbursements for current services, rents
and sales
derived from comnodities or services furnished incident to the
performance of
particular functions, gross income of commercial activities, and
the like.
Excludes amounts received from other governments (see Intergovernmental
Revenue)
and interdepartmental charges and transfers. Current charges
are distinguished
from license taxes, which relate to privileges granted by the
government or
regulatory measures for the protection of the public.
Current Expenditure. All expenditures with the exception of
capital outlay.
Includes--current operations, assistance and subsidies, interest
on debt, and
insurance benefits and repayments.
Current Operation. Direct expenditure for compensation of own
officers and
employees and for supplies, materials, and contractual services
except amounts
for capital outlay.
Death and Gift Taxes. Taxes imposed on the transfer of property
at death, in
contemplation of death, or as a gift.
Direct Expenditure. Payments to employees, suppliers, contractors,
beneficiaries, and other final recipients of government payments--i.e.,
all
expenditure other than Intergovernmental Expenditure.
Education. Provision or support of schools and facilities for elementary
and
secondary, higher, and other education. Elementary and Secondary
Education
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includes the provision of public kindergarten through high school education
by
State and local governments. It encompasses instructional, support, and
auxiliary services (school lunch, student activities, and community services)
offered by public school systems. Revenues and expenditures for enterprise
activities are included on a gross basis. Higher Education consists
of all
State and local institutions of higher education. Excluded are agricultural
experiment stations and agricultural extension services (included under
Natural
Resources), university-operated hospitals(included under Hospitals),
and
scholarship and fellowship payments (included under Other Education).
Other
Education includes all Federal Government educational activities with
the
exception of service academies (which are classified as part of National
Defense
and International Relations), State Government administrative supervision
of
elementary and secondary and higher education, scholarship and fellowship
payments, aid to private schools, and support of special schools for deaf,
blind, and other handicapped persons.
Elementary and Secondary Education.
See under Education.
Expenditure.
All amounts of money paid out by a government--net of
and other correcting transactions--other than for retirement of debt,recoveries
investment
in securities, extension of credit, or as agency transactions. Note
that
expenditure includes only external transactions of a government and excludes
noncash transactions such as the provision of perquisites or other payments
in
kind.
Financial Administration. Officials and agencies concerned with tax assessment
and collection, accounting, auditing, budgeting, purchasing, custody of
funds,
and other central finance activities.
Fire Protection. Fire fighting organization and auxiliary services; fire
inspection and investigation; support of volunteer fire forces; and other
fire
prevention activities. Includes cost of fire fighting facilities, such
as fire
hydrants and water, furnished by other agencies of the government.
Fiscal Year. The 12-month period at the end of which the government or
any
governmental agency determines its financial condition and the results of
its
operations and closes its books.
General Expenditure. All government expenditure other than the specifically
enumerated kinds of expenditure classified as utility expenditure, liquor
stores
expenditure, and employee-retirement or other insurance trust expenditure.
General Revenue. All government revenue except utility revenue, liquor store
revenue, and employee-retirement and other insurance trust revenue. The
basis
for distinction is not the fund or administrative unit receiving particular
amounts, but rather the nature of the revenue sources concerned. Includes
all
tax collections and intergovernmental revenue, even if designated for employeeretirement or local utility purposes.
General Sales or Gross Receipts Taxes.
Taxes.
See under Sales and Gross Receipts
Government Administration. Comprises the functions of Financial Administration,
Judicial and Legal, and General Public Buildings; and activities of the
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governing body, office of the chief executive, and central staff services and
agencies concerned with personnel administration, recording, planning, zoning,
and the like.
Health. Out-patient health services, other than hospital care, including:
public health administration; research and education; categorical health
programs; treatment and immunization clinics; nursing; environmental health
activities such as air and water pollution control; ambulance service if
provided separately from fire protection services; and other general public
health activities such as mosquito abatement. Also includes financing,
construction, and operation of nursing homes. School health services provided
by health agencies (rather than school agencies) are included here. Sewage
treatment operations are classified under Sewerage.
Highways. Construction, maintenance, and operation of highways, streets, and
related structures, including toll highways, bridges, tunnels, ferries, street
lighting, and snow and ice removal.
However, highway policing and traffic
control are classed under Police Protection.
Hospitals. Financing, construction, acquisition, maintenance or operation of
hospital facilities, provision of hospital care, and support of public or
private hospitals. However, see Public Welfare concerning vendor payments under
welfare programs.
Housing and Comaunity Development. Construction and operation of housing and
redevelopment projects, and other activities to promote or aid housing and
community development.
Individual Income Taxes. Taxes on individuals measured by net income and taxes
distinctively imposed on special types of income (e.g., interest, dividends,
income from intangibles, etc.).
Interest Earnings. Interest earned on deposits and securities, including
amounts for accrued interest on investment securities sold. However, receipts
for accrued interest on bonds issued are classified as offsets to interest
expenditure. Note that interest earnings shown under general revenue do not
include earnings on assets of employee-retirement systems.
Intergovernmental Expenditure. Amounts paid to other governments as fiscal aid
in the form of shared revenues and grants-in-aid, as reimbursements for
performance of general government activities and for specific services for the
paying government, or in lieu of taxes. Excludes amounts paid to other
governments for purchase of commodities, property, or utility services, any tax
imposed and paid as such, and employer contributions for social insurance--e.g.,
contributions to the Federal Government for Old Age, Survivors', Disability, and
Health Insurance for government employees.
Intergovernmental Revenue. Amounts received from other governments as fiscal
aid in the form of shared revenues and grants-in-aid, as reimbursements for
performance of general government functions and specific services for the paying
government (e.g., care of prisoners or contractual research), or in lieu of
taxes. Excludes amounts received from other governments for sale of property,
commodities, and utility services. All intergovernmental revenue is classified
as general revenue.
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Intergovernmental Revenue for General Local Government Support. Fiscal aid
revenue that allows the receiving government unrestricted use as to function or
purpose.
Intergovernmental Revenue from Federal Government. Intergovernmental revenue
received by a local government directly from the Federal Government. Excludes
Federal aid channeled through State governments.
Judicial and Legal. Courts and activities associated with courts including law
libraries, prosecutorial and defendant programs, probate functions, and juries.
Libraries. Establishment and operation of public libraries and support of
privately operated libraries (excludes those operated as part of a school
system, primarily for the benefit of students and teachers, and law libraries).
License Taxes. Taxes enacted (either for revenue raising or for regulation) as
a condition to the exercise of a business or nonbusiness privilege, at a flat
rate or measured by such bases as capital stock, capital surplus, number of
business units, or capacity. Excludes taxes measured directly by transactions,
gross or net income, or value of property except those to which only nominal
rates apply. "Licenses" based on these latter measures, other than those at
nominal rates, are classified according to the measure concerned. Includes
"fees" related to licensing activities--automobile inspection, professional
examination, and licenses, etc.--as well as license taxes producing substantial
revenues.
Natural Resources. Conservation, promotion, and development of natural
resources, such as soil, water, forests, minerals, and wildlife. Includes
irrigation, drainage, flood control, forestry and forest fire protection, soil
reclamation, soil and water conservation, fish and game programs, and
agricultural fairs. For the Federal Government, includes agricultural
experiment stations and extension services, farm price stabilization programs,
farm insurance and credit activities, and multipurpose power and reclamation
projects.
Parks and Recreation. Provision and support of recreational and culturalscientific, scientific facilities and activities including golf courses,
playfields, playgrounds, public beaches, swimming pools, tennis courts, parks,
auditoriums, stadiums, auto camps, recreation piers, marinas, botanical gardens,
galleries, museums and zoos. Also includes building and operation of convention
centers and exhibition halls.
Police Protection. Preservation of law and order and traffic safety. Includes
police patrols and communications, crime prevention activities, detention and
custody of persons awaiting trail, traffic safety, and vehicular inspection.
Property Taxes. Taxes conditioned on ownership of property and measured by its
value.
Includes general property taxes related to property as a whole, real and
personal, tangible or intangible, whether taxed at a single rate or at
classified rates, and taxes on selected types of property, such as motor
vehicles or certain or all intangibles.
Property Tax Relief. Amounts received distinctly as reimbursement for Statemandated tax relief programs, which have resulted in foregone tax revenue.
40
Includes payments under property tax relief, renters relief, and similar
programs.
Public Welfare. Support of and assistance to needy persons contingent upon
their need. Excludes pensions to former employees and other benefits not
contingent on needs. Expenditures under this heading include: Cash Assistance
paid directly to needy persons under the categorical programs (Old Age
ASsistance, Aid to Families With Dependent Children, Aid to the Blind, and Aid
to the Disabled) and under any other welfare programs; Vendor Payments made
directly to private purveyors for medical care, burials, and other commodities
and services provided under welfare programs; and provision and operation by the
government of Welfare Institutions. Other Public Welfare includes payments to
other governments for welfare purposes, amounts for administration, support of
private welfare agencies, and other public welfare services. Health and
Hospital services provided directly by the government through its own hospitals
and health agencies, and any payments to other governments for such purposes are
classes under those functional headings rather than here.
Revenue. All amounts of money received by a government from external sources-net of refunds and other correcting transactions--other than from issuance of
debt, liquidation of investments, and as agency and private trust transactions.
Note that revenue excludes noncash transactions such as receipt of services,
commodities, or other "receipts in kind".
Sales and Gross Receipts Taxes. Taxes, including: "licenses" at more than
nominal rates, based on volume or value of transfers of goods or services; upon
gross receipts, or upon gross income; and related taxes based upon use, storage,
production (other than severance of natural resources), importation, or
consumption of goods. Dealer discounts of "commissions" allowed to merchants
for collection of taxes from consumers are excluded. Comprises:
General Sales or Gross Receipts Taxes. Sales or gross receipts taxes which are
applicable with only specified exceptions to all types of goods and services, or
all gross income, whether at a single rate or at classified rates. Taxes
imposed distinctively upon sales or gross receipts from selected commodities,
services, or businesses are reported separately under category listed below.
Selective Sales and Gross Receipts Taxes. Sales and gross receipts taxes
imposed on sales of particular commodities or services or gross receipts of
particular businesses, separately and apart from the application of general
sales and gross receipts taxes. Specific taxes on items such as alcoholic
beverages or tobacco products are examples.
Sanitation. Comprises Sewerage and Sanitation Other Than Sewerage (see below).
Sanitary engineering, smoke regulation, and other health activities are
classified under Health.
Sanitation Other Than Sewerage. Street cleaning, solid waste collection and
disposal, and provision of sanitary landfills.
Selective Sales and Gross Receipts Taxes.
Taxes.
See under Sales and Gross Receipts
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Severance Taxes. Taxes imposed distinctively on removal of natural products
(e.g., oil, gas, other minerals, timber, fish, etc.) from land or water and
measured by value or quantity of products removed or sold.
Sewerage. Provision of sanitary and storm sewers and sewage disposal facilities
and services, and payments to other governments for such purposes.
Special Assessments. Compulsory contributions collected from owners of property
benefited by special public improvements (street paving, sidewalks, sewer lines,
etc.) to defray the cost of such improvements (either directly or through
payment of debt service on indebtedness incurred to finance the improvements)
and apportioned according to the assumed benefits to the property affected by
the improvements.
Taxes. Compulsory contributions exacted by a government for public purposes,
except employee and employer assessments for retirement and social insurance
purposes, which are classified as insurance trust revenue. All tax revenue is
classified as general revenue and comprises amounts received (including interest
and penalties but excluding protested amounts and refunds) from all taxes
imposed by a government. Note that local government tax revenue excludes any
amounts from shares of State-imposed and collected taxes, which are classified
as intergovernmental revenue.
Vendor Payments.
See under Public Welfare.
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