State Tax Revenues: Charts and Data

Tax revenues increased in all but five states in fiscal year 2012, with some recording noticeable gains. In all, states collected $794.6 billion, a record-high that represents a 13 percent increase from 2010 totals, not adjusting for inflation.

Illinois reported the highest year-over-year increase, up $5.8 billion, resulting in large part from a personal income tax rate hike. Behind Illinois, the states with the highest tax revenue gains were Texas ($5.5 billion), New York ($3.6 billion) and Connecticut ($2 billion).

Governing compiled current and historical revenue data reported to the Census Bureau into the chart below.

Data includes the following categories of taxes: general sales/gross receipts, selective sales taxes, property taxes, licenses, individual income, corporation net income, death and gifts, stock transfer, severance and other tax figures.

Select your state and tax type below to display tax revenue data:

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

FY 2012 State Revenue Totals

Alabama Tax Revenue: $9,052,880,000
Alaska Tax Revenue: $7,049,398,000
Arizona Tax Revenue: $12,973,265,000
Arkansas Tax Revenue: $8,287,744,000
California Tax Revenue: $112,372,263,000
Colorado Tax Revenue: $10,250,628,000
Connecticut Tax Revenue: $15,419,556,000
Delaware Tax Revenue: $3,360,235,000
Florida Tax Revenue: $32,997,012,000
Georgia Tax Revenue: $16,576,903,000
Hawaii Tax Revenue: $5,516,146,000
Idaho Tax Revenue: $3,374,304,000
Illinois Tax Revenue: $36,437,803,000
Indiana Tax Revenue: $15,704,680,000
Iowa Tax Revenue: $7,832,388,000
Kansas Tax Revenue: $7,418,341,000
Kentucky Tax Revenue: $10,472,861,000
Louisiana Tax Revenue: $8,994,053,000
Maine Tax Revenue: $3,777,130,000
Maryland Tax Revenue: $17,064,468,000
Massachusetts Tax Revenue: $22,805,644,000
Michigan Tax Revenue: $23,968,760,000
Minnesota Tax Revenue: $20,560,540,000
Mississippi Tax Revenue: $6,953,362,000
Missouri Tax Revenue: $10,800,741,000
Montana Tax Revenue: $2,459,324,000
Nebraska Tax Revenue: $4,358,328,000
Nevada Tax Revenue: $6,775,112,000
New Hampshire Tax Revenue: $2,206,329,000
New Jersey Tax Revenue: $27,456,175,000
New Mexico Tax Revenue: $5,088,335,000
New York Tax Revenue: $71,545,745,000
North Carolina Tax Revenue: $22,713,357,000
North Dakota Tax Revenue: $5,620,036,000
Ohio Tax Revenue: $25,924,024,000
Oklahoma Tax Revenue: $8,826,132,000
Oregon Tax Revenue: $8,699,626,000
Pennsylvania Tax Revenue: $32,949,917,000
Rhode Island Tax Revenue: $2,805,287,000
South Carolina Tax Revenue: $8,036,482,000
South Dakota Tax Revenue: $1,521,477,000
Tennessee Tax Revenue: $11,982,345,000
Texas Tax Revenue: $48,596,548,000
Utah Tax Revenue: $5,809,953,000
Vermont Tax Revenue: $2,757,370,000
Virginia Tax Revenue: $18,137,586,000
Washington Tax Revenue: $17,624,715,000
West Virginia Tax Revenue: $5,355,809,000
Wisconsin Tax Revenue: $14,747,971,000
Wyoming Tax Revenue: $2,550,991,000
Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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