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StateTotal State Debt (in thousands) (1)Population (in thousands) (2)State Debt Per CapitaPrivate Sector Workers (in thousands) (3)State Debt Per Private Sector WorkerGross State Product, private industry (in thousands) (4)Total State Debt as a Percentage of Private Industry GSP
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Alabama$60,573,9494,802.7$12,6121,510.0$40,115$142,814,00042.41%
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Alaska$22,506,229722.7$31,141273.8$82,200$41,435,00054.32%
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Arizona$56,034,3266,482.5$8,6442,033.5$27,556$225,826,00024.81%
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Arkansas$24,950,9612,938.0$8,493950.8$26,242$90,846,00027.47%
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California$617,620,70937,691.9$16,38611,984.3$51,536$1,734,184,00035.61%
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Colorado$78,514,7215,116.8$15,3451,928.7$40,709$230,356,00034.08%
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Connecticut$98,611,6503,580.7$27,5401,408.5$70,012$209,081,00047.16%
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Delaware$14,524,921907.1$16,012363.0$40,014$59,756,00024.31%
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Florida$134,900,80219,057.5$7,0796,214.1$21,709$656,948,00020.53%
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Georgia$94,041,1529,815.2$9,5813,273.6$28,727$360,021,00026.12%
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Hawaii$39,954,4121,374.8$29,062476.7$83,815$50,443,00079.21%
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Idaho$11,579,5041,585.0$7,306511.0$22,660$50,015,00023.15%
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Illinois$271,111,14812,869.3$21,0674,921.8$55,084$604,548,00044.85%
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Indiana$37,127,7006,516.9$5,6972,480.6$14,967$250,049,00014.85%
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Iowa$25,248,9153,062.3$8,2451,255.7$20,107$132,211,00019.1%
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Kansas$28,444,5492,871.2$9,9071,105.0$25,742$110,922,00025.64%
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Kentucky$63,743,6494,369.4$14,5891,506.5$42,312$136,780,00046.6%
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Louisiana$67,658,9664,574.8$14,7891,585.2$42,682$221,832,00030.5%
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Maine$17,238,5131,328.2$12,979516.4$33,382$44,326,00038.89%
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Maryland$81,728,7795,828.3$14,0232,093.6$39,037$245,383,00033.31%
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Massachusetts$102,258,0506,587.5$15,5232,877.7$35,535$354,689,00028.83%
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Michigan$124,496,6779,876.2$12,6063,407.4$36,537$339,541,00036.67%
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Minnesota$69,199,8715,344.9$12,9472,343.4$29,530$254,276,00027.21%
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Mississippi$37,822,0522,978.5$12,698839.2$45,069$79,850,00047.37%
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Missouri$65,791,9976,010.7$10,9462,239.6$29,377$217,491,00030.25%
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Montana$9,530,232998.2$9,547355.8$26,785$31,850,00029.92%
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Nebraska$7,829,1171,842.6$4,249796.5$9,829$81,804,0009.57%
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Nevada$40,711,8182,723.3$14,949987.0$41,248$116,773,00034.86%
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New Hampshire$15,142,3361,318.2$11,487549.5$27,557$57,091,00026.52%
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New Jersey$258,034,9228,821.2$29,2523,334.8$77,376$432,279,00059.69%
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New Mexico$35,178,8382,082.2$16,895613.6$57,332$63,952,00055.01%
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New York$300,066,11419,465.2$15,4167,386.5$40,624$1,032,635,00029.06%
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North Carolina$94,982,1559,656.4$9,8363,296.0$28,817$376,063,00025.26%
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North Dakota$6,116,162683.9$8,943347.5$17,600$35,297,00017.33%
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Ohio$239,540,63511,545.0$20,7494,476.3$53,513$428,262,00055.93%
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Oklahoma$36,256,8963,791.5$9,5631,253.3$28,929$128,576,00028.2%
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Oregon$56,030,5473,871.9$14,4711,357.5$41,275$172,377,00032.5%
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Pennsylvania$142,513,67212,742.9$11,1845,022.2$28,377$519,654,00027.42%
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Rhode Island$18,915,7541,051.3$17,993401.9$47,066$43,236,00043.75%
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South Carolina$54,149,7054,679.2$11,5721,526.9$35,464$136,604,00039.64%
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South Dakota$6,536,680824.1$7,932343.0$19,057$35,022,00018.66%
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Tennessee$34,243,4216,403.4$5,3482,264.5$15,122$233,377,00014.67%
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Texas$286,999,19625,674.7$11,1789,060.3$31,677$1,161,971,00024.7%
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Utah$24,582,1292,817.2$8,7261,018.4$24,138$108,192,00022.72%
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Vermont$5,846,189626.4$9,333256.1$22,828$22,194,00026.34%
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Virginia$64,314,4018,096.6$7,9433,048.8$21,095$348,889,00018.43%
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Washington$81,330,6516,830.0$11,9082,370.9$34,304$302,326,00026.9%
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West Virginia$23,738,1381,855.4$12,794608.6$39,005$55,020,00043.14%
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Wisconsin$79,600,6435,711.8$13,9362,365.8$33,646$227,832,00034.94%
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Wyoming$6,927,767568.2$12,193226.4$30,600$32,441,00021.35%
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Total$4,174,802,320310,973.9$13,425111,368.2$37,486$13,027,340,00032.05%
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1. “State Budget Solutions’ third annual State Debt Report shows total state debt over $4 trillion,” see “Total State Debt.” State Budget Solutions, published August 28, 2012, available at: http://www.statebudgetsolutions.org/publications/detail/state-budget-solutions-third-annual-state-debt-report-shows-total-state-debt-over-4-trillion.
2. “Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011.” United States Census Bureau, available at: http://www.census.gov/popest/data/state/totals/2011/index.html.
3. “State and Metro Area Employment, Hours, & Earnings,” see “Total Private Employees, July 2012.” Bureau of Labor Statistics, accessed September 25, 2012, available at: http://www.bls.gov/sae/#data
4. “GDP & Personal Income, Regional Data,” see “Gross Domestic Product By State, Private Industries, 2011.” Bureau of Economic Analysis, accessed September 25, 2012, available at: http://www.bea.gov/iTable/iTable.cfm?ReqID=70&step=1&isuri=1&acrdn=1
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