States Getting the Most and Least From Uncle Sam

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26. Indiana
> Net federal funding: $2,359 per resident
> Total revenue from fed. gov.: $67.8 billion (20th most)
> SNAP benefit recipiency: 9.3% (13th lowest)
> Median household income: $54,181 (17th lowest)

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27. Pennsylvania
> Net federal funding: $2,299 per resident
> Total revenue from fed. gov.: $155.8 billion (6th most)
> SNAP benefit recipiency: 12.9% (tied – 15th highest)
> Median household income: $59,195 (24th highest)

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28. Georgia
> Net federal funding: $2,253 per resident
> Total revenue from fed. gov.: $104.5 billion (12th most)
> SNAP benefit recipiency: 12.6% (18th highest)
> Median household income: $56,183 (19th lowest)

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29. Rhode Island
> Net federal funding: $2,228 per resident
> Total revenue from fed. gov.: $12.6 billion (7th least)
> SNAP benefit recipiency: 15.4% (tied – 4th highest)
> Median household income: $63,870 (15th highest)

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30. Florida
> Net federal funding: $2,187 per resident
> Total revenue from fed. gov.: $237.7 billion (3rd most)
> SNAP benefit recipiency: 13.6% (10th highest)
> Median household income: $52,594 (12th lowest)