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2011 State Tax Revenue

Note, this data includes state taxes only. Excluding local taxes can bias comparisons for some states. Users should look at Summary of Tax Burden Measurement Methods article for a better understand of how to compare state tax burdens.

 

Total Taxes
($ million)

Per Capita

Rank

% of
Pers. Income

Rank

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alabama 8,636 1,798 41 5.4 38
Alaska 5,538 7,662 1 17.5 1
Arizona 10,848 1,673 48 4.9 42
Arkansas 7,738 2,634 17 8.1 9
California 123,110 3,266 11 7.8 10
Colorado 9,468 1,850 40 4.4 48
Connecticut 13,432 3,751 5 6.9 17
Delaware 3,018 3,327 10 8.4 7
Florida 32,558 1,708 43 4.5 47
Georgia 16,003 1,630 50 4.7 44
Hawaii 4,858 3,533 7 8.6 6
Idaho 3,262 2,058 36 6.5 23
Illinois 29,433 2,287 30 5.5 37
Indiana 14,909 2,288 29 6.8 19
Iowa 7,236 2,363 24 6.2 26
Kansas 6,828 2,378 23 6.1 28
Kentucky 10,203 2,335 25 7.3 13
Louisiana 8,865 1,938 39 5.3 39
Maine 3,676 2,768 14 7.5 11
Maryland 16,003 2,746 15 5.6 36
Massachusetts 22,090 3,353 9 6.6 22
Michigan 23,540 2,384 22 6.9 18
Minnesota 18,953 3,546 6 8.3 8
Mississippi 6,714 2,254 31 7.3 12
Missouri 10,110 1,682 46 4.6 45
Montana 2,304 2,308 28 6.6 21
Nebraska 4,153 2,254 32 5.7 35
Nevada 6,332 2,325 26 6.3 24
New Hampshire 2,320 1,760 42 4.0 50
New Jersey 27,183 3,082 12 6.0 31
New Mexico 4,980 2,392 21 7.2 14
New York 67,945 3,491 8 7.2 15
North Carolina 22,406 2,320 27 6.7 20
North Dakota 3,822 5,589 2 13.2 2
Ohio 25,177 2,181 33 6.0 32
Oklahoma 7,766 2,048 37 5.8 33
Oregon 8,112 2,095 35 5.8 34
Pennsylvania 32,352 2,539 20 6.3 25
Rhode Island 2,738 2,604 18 6.2 27
South Carolina 7,687 1,643 49 5.1 40
South Dakota 1,380 1,674 47 4.3 49
Tennessee 10,859 1,696 44 4.9 43
Texas 43,188 1,682 45 4.5 46
Utah 5,476 1,944 38 6.1 29
Vermont 2,688 4,291 4 10.7 3
Virginia 17,409 2,150 34 4.9 41
Washington 17,411 2,549 19 6.1 30
West Virginia 5,143 2,772 13 8.7 5
Wisconsin 15,347 2,687 16 7.1 16
Wyoming 2,462 4,333 3 9.7 4
          
U.S. Total 763,669 2,456   6.2  
Median  2,330   6.3  

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census and Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Note: The Per Capita measure uses 2011 population estimated from the Census. The Percent of Personal Income measure uses 2010 state personal income from BEA.