Selected State Rankings


1995 Personal Income per Capita

RankStateIncome
1 Connecticut $31,776
2 New Jersey 29,848
3 Massachusetts 28,021
4 New York 27,678
5 Maryland 26,333
6 Delaware 26,273
7 New Hampshire 25,587
8 Illinois 25,225
9 Hawaii 24,590
10 Nevada 24,390
11 California 24,073
12 Alaska 24,002
13 Virginia 23,974
14 Minnesota 23,971
15 Colorado 23,961
16 Michigan 23,915
17 Rhode Island 23,844
18 Washington 23,774
19 Pennsylvania 23,558
20 Florida 23,061
21 Ohio 22,514
22 Wisconsin 22,261
23 Kansas 21,841
24 Missouri 21,819
25 Georgia 21,741
26 Oregon $21,611
27 Nebraska 21,477
28 Indiana 21,433
29 Vermont 21,231
30 Texas 21,206
31 North Carolina 21,103
32 Tennessee 20,038
33 Iowa 20,921
34 Wyoming 20,684
35 Arizona 20,489
36 Maine 20,105
37 South Dakota 19,576
38 Alabama 19,181
39 South Carolina 18,998
40 Louisiana 18,981
41 Idaho 18,906
42 Kentucky 18,849
43 North Dakota 18,625
44 Oklahoma 18,580
45 Montana 18,445
46 Utah 18,232
47 New Mexico 18,206
48 Arkansas 18,101
49 West Virginia 17,687
50 Mississippi 16,683

U.S. Average=$23,208 Per Capita

Source: U.S. Dept. of Commerce. Bureau of Economic Analysis. Survey of Current Business, October 1996.

 

1995 State Tax Revenues per Capita

RankStateRevenue
1 Alaska $3,185
2 Hawaii 2,422
3 Connecticut 2,282
4 Delaware 2,215
5 Minnesota 2,024
6 Massachusetts 1,910
7 New York 1,891
8 Washington 1,877
9 Michigan 1,856
10 Nevada 1,763
11 Wisconsin 1,763
12 New Jersey 1,713
13 New Mexico 1,688
14 California 1,686
15 Kentucky 1,628
16 Maryland 1,599
17 North Carolina 1,588
18 Iowa 1,550
19 Pennsylvania 1,513
20 Rhode Island 1,506
21 North Dakota 1,495
22 West Virginia 1,495
23 Idaho 1,490
24 Arizona 1,475
25 Kansas 1,468
26 Maine $1,460
27 Illinois 1,402
28 Montana 1,395
29 Wyoming 1,388
30 Indiana 1,386
31 Utah 1,371
32 Vermont 1,370
33 Arkansas 1,366
34 Oregon 1,365
35 Ohio 1,362
36 Nebraska 1,356
37 Oklahoma 1,347
38 Mississippi 1,334
39 Virginia 1,327
40 Georgia 1,317
41 Florida 1,312
42 South Carolina 1,297
43 Missouri 1,268
44 Colorado 1,209
45 Alabama 1,194
46 Tennessee 1,124
47 Texas 1,084
48 Louisiana 1,077
49 South Dakota 952
50 New Hampshire 798

U.S. Average=$1,522 Per Capita

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

 

1995 State Tax Revenues per $1,000 of Personal Income

RankStateRevenue
1 Alaska $136.05
2 Hawaii 101.56
3 New Mexico 100.38
4 Kentucky 91.59
5 Delaware 90.38
6 Minnesota 89.02
7 West Virginia 88.68
8 Mississippi 84.77
9 Idaho 84.30
10 Wisconsin 84.02
11 Washington 83.84
12 Michigan 82.64
13 North Dakota 82.51
14 Utah 81.22
15 North Carolina 81.02
16 Arkansas 80.48
17 Montana 80.10
18 Nevada 79.10
19 Arizona 78.77
20 Iowa 77.15
21 Maine 76.47
22 Connecticut 75.93
23 Oklahoma 75.81
24 California 74.41
25 Massachusetts 72.90
26 South Carolina $72.46
27 New York 71.95
28 Kansas 70.71
29 Wyoming 70.12
30 Vermont 68.30
31 Indiana 68.29
32 Oregon 68.10
33 Pennsylvania 67.73
34 Rhode Island 67.30
35 Nebraska 66.53
36 Alabama 65.93
37 Georgia 65.24
38 Ohio 64.13
39 Maryland 63.65
40 Missouri 61.97
41 Florida 61.11
42 New Jersey 60.62
43 Louisiana 59.92
44 Illinois 58.89
45 Virginia 58.44
46 Tennessee 57.14
47 Texas 54.75
48 Colorado 54.57
49 South Dakota 50.65
50 New Hampshire 33.46

U.S. Average=$69.76 Per Capita

Source: U.S. Census Bureau and Bureau of Economic Analysis. Survey of Current Business, October 1996.

 

1995 State Corporate Income Tax Revenues per Capita

RankStateRevenue
1 Alaska $875
2 Delaware 270
3 Michigan 223
4 Connecticut 213
5 Massachusetts 199
6 California 182
7 New York 155
8 Indiana 151
9 Pennsylvania 148
10 New Hampshire 145
11 Minnesota 144
12 Wisconsin 131
13 New Jersey 130
14 North Carolina 126
15 Illinois 125
16 West Virginia 120
17 Idaho 111
18 North Dakota 109
19 Kansas 102
20 Oregon 99
21 Arizona 99
22 Tennessee 94
23 Georgia 91
24 New Mexico 89
25 Kentucky 88
26 Montana $87
27 Rhode Island 83
28 Vermont 83
29 Iowa 78
30 Arkansas 77
31 Nebraska 76
32 Utah 76
33 Mississippi 75
34 Maryland 73
35 Missouri 69
36 South Carolina 68
37 Florida 67
38 Louisiana 65
39 Ohio 64
40 Virginia 56
41 Alabama 56
42 South Dakota 55
43 Maine 51
44 Oklahoma 51
45 Colorado 51
46 Hawaii 40
47 Nevada 0
48 Washington 0
49 Wyoming 0
50 Texas 0

U.S. Average=$112 Per Capita

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

 

1995 State Personal Income Tax Revenues per Capita

RankStateRevenue
1 Massachusetts $984
2 New York 970
3 Oregon 891
4 Minnesota 795
5 Delaware 784
6 Hawaii 780
7 Wisconsin 768
8 Connecticut 756
9 Maryland 674
10 North Carolina 653
11 Virginia 652
12 California 581
13 Michigan 573
14 New Jersey 571
15 Iowa 569
16 Indiana 561
17 Colorado 561
18 Rhode Island 536
19 Georgia 533
20 Utah 525
21 Maine 516
22 Idaho 516
23 Kentucky 509
24 Ohio 498
25 Kansas 481
26 Missouri $476
27 Nebraska 453
28 South Carolina 451
29 Illinois 449
30 Oklahoma 432
31 Vermont 428
32 Montana 428
33 Arkansas 422
34 Pennsylvania 408
35 West Virginia 388
36 Arizona 352
37 New Mexico 351
38 Alabama 349
39 Mississippi 253
40 Louisiana 244
41 North Dakota 223
42 New Hampshire 33
43 Tennessee 19
44 Florida 0
45 Nevada 0
46 Wyoming 0
47 South Dakota 0
48 Washington 0
49 Alaska 0
50 Texas 0

U.S. Average=$448 Per Capita

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

 

1995 State Sales Tax Revenues per Capita

RankStateRevenue
1 Hawaii $1,247
2 Washington 1,142
3 Nevada 966
4 Connecticut 811
5 New Mexico 778
6 Florida 777
7 Minnesota 699
8 Tennessee 662
9 Arizona 657
10 Texas 654
11 Mississippi 627
12 Michigan 616
13 North Dakota 579
14 California 562
15 Kentucky 560
16 New Jersey 548
17 Utah 547
18 Arkansas 546
19 Kansas 542
20 South Dakota 536
21 Maine 524
22 Pennsylvania 518
23 Iowa 515
24 South Carolina 510
25 West Virginia 505
26 Wisconsin $502
27 Idaho 500
28 Nebraska 496
29 Georgia 491
30 Maryland 482
31 Rhode Island 482
32 Vermont 480
33 Illinois 473
34 Indiana 467
35 North Carolina 450
36 New York 443
37 Missouri 441
38 Wyoming 433
39 Ohio 429
40 Massachusetts 420
41 Oklahoma 352
42 Virginia 352
43 Louisiana 350
44 Alabama 348
45 Colorado 340
46 New Hampshire 248
47 Delaware 64
48 Montana 12
49 Alaska 0
50 Oregon 0

U.S. Average=$514 Per Capita

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Data includes selective sales taxes if applicable; Vermont includes Rooms & Meals and Purchase & Use Taxes.