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Federal Spending by Population

Federal spending by state (total) divided by Population: Census 2008

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RankRegionFederal spending by state (total)÷Population: Census 2008Result
1District of Columbia11,945,674.00÷591,833.0020.18
2Wyoming2,334,042.00÷532,668.004.38
3Alaska2,604,108.00÷686,293.003.79
4Louisiana12,457,325.00÷4,410,796.002.82
5New Mexico5,381,416.00÷1,984,356.002.71
6Mississippi7,483,659.00÷2,938,618.002.55
7Vermont1,440,726.00÷621,270.002.32
8New York44,453,782.00÷19,490,297.002.28
9North Dakota1,402,244.00÷641,481.002.19
10Montana2,108,866.00÷967,440.002.18
11Maine2,695,204.00÷1,316,456.002.05
12West Virginia3,557,356.00÷1,814,468.001.96
13Rhode Island2,037,330.00÷1,050,788.001.94
14South Dakota1,473,420.00÷804,194.001.83
15Idaho2,688,014.00÷1,523,816.001.76
16Massachusetts11,402,443.00÷6,497,967.001.75
17Arkansas4,733,136.00÷2,855,390.001.66
18Hawaii2,119,718.00÷1,288,198.001.65
19Oklahoma5,922,100.00÷3,642,361.001.63
20Kentucky6,866,588.00÷4,269,245.001.61
21Delaware1,363,248.00÷873,092.001.56
22Arizona9,939,803.00÷6,500,180.001.53
23Pennsylvania18,831,865.00÷12,448,279.001.51
24Connecticut5,278,569.00÷3,501,252.001.51
25Alabama6,994,478.00÷4,661,900.001.50
26Tennessee9,200,978.00÷6,214,888.001.48
27California53,818,106.00÷36,756,666.001.46
28Oregon5,498,456.00÷3,790,060.001.45
29Minnesota7,532,966.00÷5,220,393.001.44
30Missouri8,272,929.00÷5,911,605.001.40
31North Carolina12,905,638.00÷9,222,414.001.40
32Nebraska2,439,146.00÷1,783,432.001.37
33Michigan13,587,329.00÷10,003,422.001.36
34South Carolina6,034,593.00÷4,479,800.001.35
35Iowa4,014,269.00÷3,002,555.001.34
36New Jersey11,579,543.00÷8,682,661.001.33
37Maryland7,472,883.00÷5,633,597.001.33
38Ohio15,229,949.00÷11,485,910.001.33
39Washington8,668,016.00÷6,549,224.001.32
40Indiana8,272,302.00÷6,376,792.001.30
41New Hampshire1,691,952.00÷1,315,809.001.29
42Illinois16,266,650.00÷12,901,563.001.26
43Texas30,579,994.00÷24,326,974.001.26
44Kansas3,514,429.00÷2,802,134.001.25
45Wisconsin6,999,599.00÷5,627,967.001.24
46Utah3,159,668.00÷2,736,424.001.15
47Florida20,658,623.00÷18,328,340.001.13
48Georgia10,674,545.00÷9,685,744.001.10
49Colorado5,320,782.00÷4,939,456.001.08
50Virginia7,723,690.00÷7,769,089.000.99
51Nevada2,449,622.00÷2,600,167.000.94
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Comments

Wow ... DC received almost 5 times as much per capita as the next highest, Wyoming. I guess our representatives want to live in comfort.

Well of course they do, ALL of DC's money comes from the federal govt. since they are the federal district.

Too bad DC'ers don't actually have any representation in the government.

They do. They have 3 representatives in the electing of the president.

dc recieves that much because congress is in charge of the dc budget not because our congress people are greedy

DC = $20/capita? Chicken feed. The US Navy spends $5,555/capita in Kitsap County Washington. Of course it helps to have a Trident sub base and nuclear capable ship yard.

No wonder our country is almost bankrupt!

Norm! That's $20,000/capita....

I think that the feds should give more rebates to working americans. For example if you are working on your home, or doing improvements they would give you a tax break. The taxes are becoming unbearable in this country and I think it is because of the massive spending habits of the US government. Furnace Filters

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Taxes in the U.S. are among the lowest in the industrialized world. Apparently Americans are just more selfish and greedy than other folks...

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$20,000/capita.... wow how can D.C. get away with spending that much? It's pretty ridiculous. What are they stockpiling gold or something?

I'm a DC resident. I don't see any more federal dollars working for me than when I was a Pennsylvania, Louisiana or Delaware resident. We operate off of the CITY budget. All of those federal dollars are going to the federal government, which is based in DC.

You know where we employ tens of thousands of people. Where the Fed is the largest land owner. Where we maintain national monuments and memorials... It's not going to the PEOPLE of DC it's going to running the GOVERNMENT.

How is this very easy to understand, obvious fact, so hard for you to distill?

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