States Getting the Most and Least From Uncle Sam

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46. North Dakota
> Net federal funding: -$720 per resident
> Total revenue from fed. gov.: $7.9 billion (2nd least)
> SNAP benefit recipiency: 6.3% (tied – the lowest)
> Median household income: $61,843 (18th highest)

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47. New York
> Net federal funding: -$1,792 per resident
> Total revenue from fed. gov.: $220.6 billion (4th most)
> SNAP benefit recipiency: 14.8% (7th highest)
> Median household income: $64,894 (14th highest)

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48. Massachusetts
> Net federal funding: -$2,343 per resident
> Total revenue from fed. gov.: $78.7 billion (16th most)
> SNAP benefit recipiency: 11.7% (25th lowest)
> Median household income: $77,385 (4th highest)

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49. New Jersey
> Net federal funding: -$2,368 per resident
> Total revenue from fed. gov.: $97.7 billion (13th most)
> SNAP benefit recipiency: 8.9% (tied – 12th lowest)
> Median household income: $80,088 (2nd highest)

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50. Connecticut
> Net federal funding: -$4,000 per resident
> Total revenue from fed. gov.: $41.1 billion (22nd least)
> SNAP benefit recipiency: 12.0% (tied – 23rd highest)
> Median household income: $74,168 (5th highest)