Comparisons of State Appropriations

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Comparisons of State Appropriations for Public Four-Year Institutions
1995-96

 

Appropriations per Capita

Appropriations per $1,000 Income

Personal Income per Capita

 

State

Amount

 

State

Amount

 

State

Amount

1

Alaska

218.19

1

North Dakota

10.86

1

Connecticut

31,411

2

North Dakota

211.37

2

New Mexico

10.63

2

New Jersey

29,667

3

Nebraska

211.12

3

Mississippi

9.35

3

Massachusetts

28,126

4

New Mexico

198.01

4

Nebraska

9.34

4

New York

27,628

5

Hawaii

184.21

5

West Virginia

9.01

5

Maryland

26,523

6

Kansas

181.07

6

Alaska

8.96

6

Nevada

26,386

7

Iowa

180.27

7

Arkansas

8.68

7

New Hampshire

26,292

8

Wyoming

175.44

8

Alabama

8.60

8

Illinois

25,643

9

North Carolina

172.58

9

Utah

8.34

9

Delaware

24,902

10

Idaho

169.46

10

Idaho

8.23

10

Hawaii

24,842

11

Alabama

166.79

11

Iowa

8.22

11

Washington

24,801

12

West Virginia

165.67

12

North Carolina

8.03

12

Colorado

24,486

13

Utah

162.50

13

Kansas

7.99

13

Minnesota

24,378

14

Mississippi

160.85

14

Wyoming

7.98

14

California

24,363

15

South Dakota

160.34

15

South Dakota

7.97

15

Alaska

24,353

16

Arkansas

157.82

16

Kentucky

7.79

16

Virginia

24,247

17

Kentucky

149.57

17

Hawaii

7.42

17

Rhode Island

24,015

18

Georgia

145.56

18

South Carolina

7.26

18

Pennsylvania

23,880

19

Arizona

144.46

19

Arizona

6.72

19

Florida

23,868

20

Delaware

144.06

20

Oklahoma

6.54

20

Michigan

23,740

21

South Carolina

141.50

21

Louisiana

6.53

 

U.S. Average

23,563

22

Indiana

137.12

22

Georgia

6.49

21

Oregon

23,035

23

Michigan

136.83

23

Indiana

6.31

22

Kansas

22,671

24

Wisconsin

135.06

24

Montana

6.00

23

Ohio

22,606

25

Louisiana

126.49

25

Wisconsin

5.98

24

Nebraska

22,596

26

Tennessee

126.16

26

Tennessee

5.89

25

Wisconsin

22,576

27

Oklahoma

122.48

27

Delaware

5.79

26

Georgia

22,444

28

Maryland

121.77

28

Michigan

5.76

27

Missouri

22,349

29

Minnesota

121.56

29

Texas

5.48

28

Wyoming

21,979

30

Texas

118.40

30

Maine

5.06

29

Iowa

21,932

31

Montana

115.70

31

Missouri

5.06

30

Indiana

21,725

32

Missouri

113.17

32

Minnesota

4.99

31

Vermont

21,641

33

Ohio

112.64

33

Ohio

4.98

32

Texas

21,598

34

California

112.25

34

California

4.61

33

North Carolina

21,503

35

Maine

106.88

35

Maryland

4.59

34

Arizona

21,502

36

Colorado

104.24

 

U.S. Average

4.41

35

Tennessee

21,419

 

U.S. Average

103.80

36

Colorado

4.26

36

Maine

21,131

37

Nevada

103.30

37

Virginia

4.14

37

Idaho

20,587

38

Illinois

102.86

38

Washington

4.12

38

South Dakota

20,114

39

Washington

102.22

39

Rhode Island

4.03

39

South Carolina

19,501

40

Virginia

100.45

40

Illinois

4.01

40

Utah

19,494

41

Rhode Island

96.79

41

Oregon

4.01

41

North Dakota

19,454

42

New Jersey

95.64

42

Nevada

3.91

42

Alabama

19,400

43

Oregon

92.46

43

Pennsylvania

3.87

43

Louisiana

19,373

44

Pennsylvania

92.34

44

Florida

3.38

44

Montana

19,272

45

New York

88.77

45

New Jersey

3.22

45

Kentucky

19,195

46

Connecticut

86.71

46

New York

3.21

46

Oklahoma

18,734

47

Massachusetts

81.51

47

Massachusetts

2.90

47

New Mexico

18,632

48

Florida

80.68

48

Vermont

2.79

48

West Virginia

18,386

49

Vermont

60.47

49

Connecticut

2.76

49

Arkansas

18,184

50

New Hampshire

55.75

50

New Hampshire

2.12

50

Mississippi

17,201

 

Source: Institutional Research Services.

Revised: October 1996

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