A breakdown of federal spending differences by state
Which states have more elderly? Where do the elderly move on retirement?
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A quick walk-through of simple analyses using American Community Survey data.
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This analysis examines the distribution of total federal spending by state. Distribution of Federal Spending We begin with a look at the distribution of total expenditures by state. The distribution of expenditures is far more equal than that of federal revenues. Particularly states with particularly high expenditures enjoy roughly double the Five states receive particularly high […]
Which states benefit from federal government redistribution?
What are Combined Statistical Areas? A Combined Statistical Area (CSA) is a large geographic region comprised of localities (townships, towns, cities) that are substantially sustained by, and dependent on, a common urban center. The concept of Combined Statistical Areas denotes our sense of major cities’ “greater metropolitan areas”. For example, New York’s CSA stretches out […]
State differences in federal tax payments seem driven by rich people, profitable businesses, and higher-income middle-class earners.
A comparison of federal tax revenues drawn from each state.