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Military Statistics > Cost of the Military (per capita) (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Cost of the Military. This data set indicates how much money leaves the state in terms of residents' individual income taxes to pay for military spending. In this case, the 'military' is simply defined as the function area (050) 'National Defense' in the federal budget. As such, it does not include other military-related items like financing weapons sales. Per capita figures expressed per 1 population.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     District of Columbia: $3,900.83 per capita 
# 2     Delaware: $3,243.79 per capita 
# 3     Connecticut: $3,237.66 per capita 
# 4     New Jersey: $2,400.77 per capita 
# 5     Minnesota: $2,022.95 per capita 
# 6     Massachusetts: $2,002.49 per capita 
# 7     Illinois: $1,997.66 per capita 
# 8     New York: $1,988.82 per capita 
# 9     Nebraska: $1,920.13 per capita 
# 10     Rhode Island: $1,759.08 per capita 
# 11     Washington: $1,695.47 per capita 
# 12     Wyoming: $1,655.90 per capita 
# 13     California: $1,623.54 per capita 
# 14     Oklahoma: $1,621.54 per capita 
# 15     Texas: $1,616.58 per capita 
# 16     Maryland: $1,608.03 per capita 
# 17     Nevada: $1,587.51 per capita 
# 18     Virginia: $1,579.98 per capita 
# 19     Arkansas: $1,552.51 per capita 
# 20     Colorado: $1,540.83 per capita 
# 21     Georgia: $1,504.27 per capita 
# 22     Pennsylvania: $1,469.15 per capita 
# 23     New Hampshire: $1,468.72 per capita 
# 24     Ohio: $1,448.52 per capita 
# 25     North Carolina: $1,418.82 per capita 
# 26     Kansas: $1,355.68 per capita 
# 27     Wisconsin: $1,331.49 per capita 
# 28     Missouri: $1,300.45 per capita 
# 29     Alaska: $1,283.37 per capita 
# 30     Florida: $1,254.96 per capita 
# 31     Michigan: $1,231.53 per capita 
# 32     Tennessee: $1,174.97 per capita 
# 33     Hawaii: $1,144.66 per capita 
# 34     Vermont: $1,130.90 per capita 
# 35     Indiana: $1,099.68 per capita 
# 36     Iowa: $1,059.36 per capita 
# 37     Oregon: $1,041.25 per capita 
# 38     Arizona: $1,021.36 per capita 
# 39     Maine: $994.08 per capita 
# 40     Alabama: $958.38 per capita 
# 41     South Dakota: $936.27 per capita 
# 42     North Dakota: $918.10 per capita 
# 43     Kentucky: $889.39 per capita 
# 44     Utah: $847.87 per capita 
# 45     South Carolina: $829.04 per capita 
# 46     Louisiana: $826.36 per capita 
# 47     Montana: $764.91 per capita 
# 48     Idaho: $750.90 per capita 
# 49     New Mexico: $743.53 per capita 
# 50     West Virginia: $709.91 per capita 
# 51     Mississippi: $700.99 per capita 
= 52     Puerto Rico: $0.00 per capita 
= 52     Guam: $0.00 per capita 
= 52     American Samoa: $0.00 per capita 
= 52     US Virgin Islands: $0.00 per capita 
Weighted average: $1,348.45 per capita  
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"Cost of the Military (per capita) by state", National Priorities Project Database, 2004 . Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/mil_cos_of_the_mil_percap-military-cost-per-capita

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