Table 2.3

State Intergovernmental Expenditures by Type of Receiving Government and Function, By State: 2020 (in thousands of dollars)


  To local governments by function
FIPS State Total To federal
government
General local
government support
Education Public welfare Highways Health Miscellaneous and
combined
United States$606,996,147$3,144,052$34,508,276$72,135,484$60,909,318$26,004,445$25,032,450$385,262,122
01Alabama$8,340,911$0$356,566$277,849$188,595$84,744$191,967$7,241,190
02Alaska$2,261,190$0$62,811$1,187,041$181,679$1,415$135,445$692,799
04Arizona$9,908,651$0$2,281,899$0$325,960$898,228$94,916$6,307,648
05Arkansas$5,864,447$173$304,202$0$0$363,763$754$5,195,555
06California$116,458,649$2,763,214$345,009$3,552,861$29,282,281$7,464,104$6,934,143$66,117,037
08Colorado$8,411,215$32,394$22,115$573,715$1,041,795$589,337$121,085$6,030,774
09Connecticut$6,304,877$0$521,919$3,391,038$1,092,544$185,449$144,156$969,771
10Delaware$2,015,484$973$0$59$8,021$8,209$14,540$1,983,682
12Florida$19,365,020$0$1,068,811$305,103$0$582,015$17,166$17,391,925
13Georgia$14,859,079$0$0$40$493,262$277,126$529,875$13,558,776
15Hawaii$323,474$402$236,343$117$1,360$4,674$22,742$57,836
16Idaho$2,840,768$0$327,644$4,796$4,018$200,980$6,525$2,296,805
17Illinois$23,265,509$15,362$6,075,515$755$2,934,979$822,265$199,301$13,217,332
18Indiana$10,723$853$596,609$0$38,218$1,165,807$24,936$8,873,600
19Iowa$5,632,619$0$169,471$2,069$128,416$654,460$139,969$4,538,234
20Kansas$5,992,889$174$86,407$0$7,270$233,823$57,002$5,608,213
21Kentucky$4,910,271$0$0$112,016$147,863$152,470$131,370$4,366,552
22Louisiana$6,836,549$0$106,116$10,527$0$83,542$0$6,636,364
23Maine$1,522,381$0$87,690$571,758$7,429$124,078$0$731,426
24Maryland$10,468,957$0$147,306$7,691,073$1,373$244,709$1,510,342$874,154
25Massachusetts$10,419,877$12,242$1,786,110$5,930,550$268,361$368,197$127,854$1,926,563
26Michigan$24,755,359$3,195$1,259,008$12,375$3,463,945$1,974,616$684,071$17,358,149
27Minnesota$15,514,183$273$1,847,084$3,105$732,054$1,308,782$261,058$11,361,827
28Mississippi$5,515,459$0$1,091,536$0$451,678$161,312$160,567$3,650,366
29Missouri$6,829,296$14,023$208,888$0$3,222$92,132$1,480$6,509,551
30Montana$1,170,127$0$207,386$0$0$32,928$3,902$925,911
31Nebraska$2,881,587$54,212$794,098$0$3,720$25,701$49,078$1,954,778
32Nevada$5,028,198$3,324$1,521,869$0$112,927$91,936$26,064$3,272,078
33New Hampshire$1,864,712$0$88,805$344,256$451,252$49,749$124$930,526
34New Jersey$16,100,829$15,600$1,434,995$3,104,758$1,714,081$316,129$36,446$9,478,820
35New Mexico$5,923,813$0$1,943,074$0$108$68,064$33,364$3,879,203
36New York$64,784,080$0$1,176,348$17,552,466$9,479,478$1,130,954$6,926,195$28,518,639
37North Carolina$16,321,124$0$678,506$11,775,048$1,493,160$263,269$935,116$1,176,025
38North Dakota$2,105,424$0$522,259$350$75,264$102,368$12,109$1,393,074
39Ohio$19,306,173$21,232$1,463,724$0$1,602,971$1,155,435$1,013,232$14,049,579
40Oklahoma$4,908,378$47,401$149,334$13,915$573$375,037$148,912$4,173,206
41Oregon$7,125,885$0$114,102$11,118$284,514$14,910$211,283$6,489,958
42Pennsylvania$24,373,098$116,907$93,078$529,926$2,056,512$1,109,625$1,234,486$19,232,564
44Rhode Island$1,430,784$18,829$149,336$1,124,475$67,490$0$0$70,654
45South Carolina$6,554,951$0$655,702$2,613$1,957$10,683$23,183$5,860,813
46South Dakota$922,752$0$35,497$0$2,492$58,252$17,632$808,879
47Tennessee$7,773,839$0$333,805$5,711,134$708,596$172,923$82,190$765,191
48Texas$35,311,864$0$314,679$4,315$863,364$51,124$345,949$33,732,433
49Utah$4,624,121$127$22,898$0$23,035$60,804$62,367$4,454,890
50Vermont$1,969,208$0$28,579$0$0$70,680$0$1,869,949
51Virginia$13,198,424$131$720,695$8,296,657$748,304$1,239,243$777,513$1,415,881
53Washington$18,305,590$0$159,276$32,991$38,577$707,754$1,196,535$16,170,457
54West Virginia$2,614,152$0$92,108$4,615$35,312$7,542$75,596$2,398,979
55Wisconsin$11,845,935$0$2,778,642$0$341,303$843,098$305,865$7,577,027
56Wyoming$1,233,962$23,011$40,422$0$5$0$4,045$1,166,479

Source:

U.S. Census Bureau, 2020 Annual Survey of State Government Finances.

Notes:

1. Data users who create their own estimates using these data should cite only the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data. Data in this table are based on information from public records and contain no confidential data. Although the data in this table come from a census of governmental units and are not subject to sampling error, the census results may contain nonsampling error. Additional information on nonsampling error, response rates, and definitions may be found within the survey methodology (https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/state/technical-documentation/methodology.html).
2. Detail may not add to total due to rounding.
3. Data revised by Census Bureau on September 20, 2022.