State and Local Government Pension Funding Status, 2002 - 2016 1

The funding status is the pension plan's assets less liabilities (measured in dollars).

Date: Region Pension Assets2
(US$ Billions)
Pension Liabilities3
(US$ Billions)
Funding Status4
(US$ Billions)
Funding Status as % of State GDP5 (%) Funding Status as % of State Revenue (%)
2016: United States 3819.3 8035.9 -4216.6 -22.8 -124.0
2016: Alabama 36.6 78.6 -42.0 -20.6 -91.4
2016: Alaska 14.0 35.6 -21.7 -42.9 -186.3
2016: Arizona 46.8 106.6 -59.8 -19.6 -101.3
2016: Arkansas 26.4 53.0 -26.5 -21.9 -99.2
2016: California 785.2 1535.6 -750.4 -28.6 -145.5
2016: Colorado 50.8 125.1 -74.2 -22.9 -134.4
2016: Connecticut 40.5 120.6 -80.2 -31.2 -191.1
2016: Delaware 9.8 15.9 -6.0 -8.5 -59.3
2016: District of Columbia 9.4 13.0 -3.6 -2.8 -24.5
2016: Florida 178.1 307.4 -129.2 -13.9 -79.4
2016: Georgia 95.3 233.7 -138.4 -26.0 -176.4
2016: Hawaii 14.8 37.3 -22.5 -26.5 -129.7
2016: Idaho 14.8 23.6 -8.9 -12.9 -67.6
2016: Illinois 158.5 632.4 -473.9 -59.5 -366.3
2016: Indiana 31.9 58.7 -26.8 -7.8 -45.5
2016: Iowa 32.3 56.9 -24.6 -13.2 -69.5
2016: Kansas 19.3 42.3 -23.0 -14.9 -83.0
2016: Kentucky 29.3 92.4 -63.1 -32.3 -156.5
2016: Louisiana 45.7 100.7 -55.0 -23.1 -127.5
2016: Maine 12.8 22.9 -10.1 -16.9 -79.0
2016: Maryland 68.6 141.0 -72.3 -19.0 -112.8
2016: Massachusetts 75.6 228.5 -152.9 -30.2 -178.1
2016: Michigan 84.8 172.4 -87.6 -18.0 -88.6
2016: Minnesota 61.5 135.2 -73.7 -21.7 -115.6
2016: Mississippi 25.6 66.1 -40.5 -37.2 -138.2
2016: Missouri 71.9 147.0 -75.1 -25.3 -143.0
2016: Montana 10.3 21.9 -11.5 -24.8 -122.3
2016: Nebraska 16.4 30.5 -14.0 -11.8 -61.5
2016: Nevada 36.1 79.4 -43.3 -29.2 -164.9
2016: New Hampshire 8.0 19.2 -11.3 -14.5 -89.0
2016: New Jersey 73.2 243.6 -170.3 -29.6 -164.2
2016: New Mexico 26.3 59.8 -33.5 -35.9 -143.2
2016: New York 465.7 776.4 -310.6 -20.7 -94.6
2016: North Carolina 89.4 155.9 -66.5 -12.8 -73.6
2016: North Dakota 5.3 11.9 -6.7 -12.5 -67.0
2016: Ohio 174.7 351.5 -176.9 -28.3 -150.5
2016: Oklahoma 30.6 56.9 -26.3 -14.5 -80.1
2016: Oregon 72.5 120.1 -47.6 -21.0 -101.0
2016: Pennsylvania 100.5 269.4 -168.9 -23.3 -125.2
2016: Rhode Island 9.1 21.6 -12.4 -21.6 -105.4
2016: South Carolina 29.5 81.7 -52.2 -24.8 -114.2
2016: South Dakota 11.4 17.3 -6.0 -12.3 -80.7
2016: Tennessee 54.1 104.1 -49.9 -15.0 -87.6
2016: Texas 245.1 479.3 -234.2 -14.6 -95.2
2016: Utah 27.7 49.2 -21.5 -13.7 -78.6
2016: Vermont 4.2 9.6 -5.4 -17.4 -70.4
2016: Virginia 85.0 163.2 -78.2 -15.9 -99.4
2016: Washington 83.4 173.6 -90.2 -18.9 -106.0
2016: West Virginia 14.2 26.3 -12.1 -16.7 -69.8
2016: Wisconsin 98.7 116.1 -17.4 -5.6 -32.0
2016: Wyoming 7.4 15.0 -7.6 -20.0 -83.4
2015: United States 3679.0 7750.7 -4071.7 -22.6 -119.1
2015: Alabama 34.6 76.4 -41.8 -20.9 -99.4
2015: Alaska 13.7 35.1 -21.4 -40.9 -186.9
2015: Arizona 44.6 105.1 -60.5 -20.6 -107.9
2015: Arkansas 25.3 51.0 -25.6 -21.5 -95.5
2015: California 746.3 1455.0 -708.6 -28.2 -138.7
2015: Colorado 51.3 118.8 -67.5 -21.4 -114.8
2015: Connecticut 37.4 115.6 -78.2 -30.8 -181.5
2015: Delaware 9.6 15.3 -5.6 -8.1 -54.7
2015: District of Columbia 9.1 12.3 -3.2 -2.6 -21.0
2015: Florida 177.7 297.0 -119.2 -13.4 -71.6
2015: Georgia 91.7 224.9 -133.2 -26.3 -168.9
2015: Hawaii 14.0 34.7 -20.7 -25.3 -123.2
2015: Idaho 14.1 22.5 -8.5 -12.9 -65.6
2015: Illinois 153.3 608.8 -455.5 -58.5 -333.0
2015: Indiana 30.4 57.0 -26.6 -8.0 -46.1
2015: Iowa 30.7 55.1 -24.4 -13.5 -70.0
2015: Kansas 18.2 40.9 -22.8 -15.0 -82.2
2015: Kentucky 28.9 90.4 -61.5 -32.2 -153.0
2015: Louisiana 44.3 98.8 -54.5 -22.5 -125.8
2015: Maine 12.3 22.2 -9.9 -17.2 -79.2
2015: Maryland 65.8 137.7 -71.9 -19.7 -110.8
2015: Massachusetts 72.8 218.4 -145.6 -29.7 -173.0
2015: Michigan 80.9 170.5 -89.6 -19.1 -93.8
2015: Minnesota 59.2 126.2 -67.0 -20.5 -101.2
2015: Mississippi 25.1 64.2 -39.1 -36.8 -133.4
2015: Missouri 70.2 141.9 -71.7 -24.6 -134.6
2015: Montana 9.8 20.8 -11.0 -23.9 -109.8
2015: Nebraska 15.6 28.9 -13.3 -11.5 -57.6
2015: Nevada 33.9 77.1 -43.2 -30.4 -169.9
2015: New Hampshire 7.6 18.1 -10.5 -14.0 -85.8
2015: New Jersey 74.3 238.2 -163.9 -29.1 -155.0
2015: New Mexico 25.2 57.9 -32.8 -35.3 -135.6
2015: New York 446.3 748.5 -302.2 -20.7 -89.3
2015: North Carolina 86.3 147.8 -61.5 -12.2 -69.3
2015: North Dakota 4.9 11.1 -6.3 -11.1 -50.6
2015: Ohio 173.4 349.5 -176.1 -28.8 -142.3
2015: Oklahoma 29.9 56.3 -26.4 -13.9 -75.8
2015: Oregon 70.2 113.6 -43.4 -20.1 -89.0
2015: Pennsylvania 99.6 260.6 -160.9 -22.7 -121.8
2015: Rhode Island 8.7 21.3 -12.6 -22.4 -107.1
2015: South Carolina 29.2 77.1 -47.9 -23.6 -104.8
2015: South Dakota 10.9 17.6 -6.7 -14.1 -87.3
2015: Tennessee 52.2 101.8 -49.7 -15.6 -87.8
2015: Texas 231.8 473.2 -241.4 -15.0 -101.2
2015: Utah 26.5 47.9 -21.4 -14.3 -78.0
2015: Vermont 4.0 9.2 -5.3 -17.4 -69.9
2015: Virginia 80.3 158.9 -78.5 -16.4 -100.4
2015: Washington 77.8 166.1 -88.4 -19.5 -107.3
2015: West Virginia 13.4 25.6 -12.1 -16.7 -67.6
2015: Wisconsin 98.2 113.3 -15.1 -5.0 -25.6
2015: Wyoming 7.4 14.5 -7.1 -18.0 -67.8
2014: United States 3729.5 7450.2 -3720.6 -21.5 -102.1
2014: Alabama 35.1 74.2 -39.1 -20.2 -89.8
2014: Alaska 13.1 33.5 -20.5 -35.1 -124.2
2014: Arizona 46.0 101.5 -55.5 -19.7 -92.4
2014: Arkansas 26.5 49.0 -22.5 -19.1 -78.6
2014: California 753.1 1388.5 -635.4 -26.9 -114.3
2014: Colorado 52.1 115.4 -63.3 -20.7 -109.4
2014: Connecticut 36.7 109.3 -72.6 -29.7 -159.7
2014: Delaware 9.9 14.6 -4.8 -7.2 -42.0
2014: District of Columbia 9.1 11.4 -2.3 -2.0 -15.7
2014: Florida 182.8 288.5 -105.7 -12.7 -58.5
2014: Georgia 92.3 217.5 -125.2 -26.1 -142.7
2014: Hawaii 14.2 32.3 -18.2 -23.6 -97.5
2014: Idaho 14.1 21.6 -7.5 -11.9 -53.9
2014: Illinois 155.9 583.4 -427.5 -56.9 -282.2
2014: Indiana 30.8 53.4 -22.6 -6.9 -38.7
2014: Iowa 30.9 53.0 -22.1 -12.9 -61.1
2014: Kansas 18.0 39.8 -21.9 -14.7 -73.9
2014: Kentucky 30.2 87.1 -56.9 -30.6 -136.6
2014: Louisiana 45.5 96.5 -50.9 -20.9 -104.2
2014: Maine 12.7 21.8 -9.1 -16.3 -64.3
2014: Maryland 63.6 131.5 -67.9 -19.3 -100.0
2014: Massachusetts 73.3 206.4 -133.0 -28.9 -150.0
2014: Michigan 81.8 167.9 -86.1 -19.3 -87.3
2014: Minnesota 60.8 120.0 -59.2 -18.6 -87.2
2014: Mississippi 25.8 60.9 -35.1 -33.6 -112.4
2014: Missouri 72.7 137.4 -64.7 -22.9 -110.9
2014: Montana 9.9 20.2 -10.3 -22.9 -90.5
2014: Nebraska 15.6 27.9 -12.3 -11.0 -51.7
2014: Nevada 34.1 73.8 -39.7 -29.8 -143.0
2014: New Hampshire 7.6 17.1 -9.5 -13.3 -75.8
2014: New Jersey 79.7 231.7 -152.0 -28.0 -149.9
2014: New Mexico 26.0 55.1 -29.1 -30.8 -116.3
2014: New York 454.9 720.9 -266.0 -19.1 -72.8
2014: North Carolina 86.4 141.1 -54.7 -11.5 -57.7
2014: North Dakota 4.7 10.4 -5.7 -9.5 -45.8
2014: Ohio 179.2 340.5 -161.3 -27.1 -120.1
2014: Oklahoma 30.4 54.3 -23.9 -12.0 -62.5
2014: Oregon 69.1 103.1 -34.0 -16.8 -66.8
2014: Pennsylvania 103.2 252.6 -149.4 -21.8 -110.4
2014: Rhode Island 9.0 20.5 -11.5 -21.4 -92.1
2014: South Carolina 29.8 75.4 -45.6 -23.9 -96.9
2014: South Dakota 11.1 16.8 -5.7 -12.5 -64.3
2014: Tennessee 49.7 99.1 -49.5 -16.6 -85.9
2014: Texas 233.3 456.4 -223.1 -13.8 -86.0
2014: Utah 26.3 46.5 -20.2 -14.3 -71.6
2014: Vermont 4.0 8.8 -4.8 -16.3 -61.6
2014: Virginia 78.8 154.1 -75.3 -16.4 -92.3
2014: Washington 77.8 158.0 -80.2 -18.8 -92.9
2014: West Virginia 13.9 24.8 -10.9 -14.7 -57.2
2014: Wisconsin 100.5 110.6 -10.1 -3.5 -15.4
2014: Wyoming 7.5 13.9 -6.4 -15.4 -60.6
2013: United States 3553.8 7087.2 -3533.4 -21.3 -103.7
2013: Alabama 35.0 71.8 -36.7 -19.3 -83.5
2013: Alaska 11.4 31.1 -19.7 -33.0 -113.3
2013: Arizona 44.6 98.0 -53.3 -19.7 -92.7
2013: Arkansas 24.9 46.8 -21.9 -19.1 -82.0
2013: California 713.9 1308.3 -594.4 -26.7 -118.9
2013: Colorado 49.8 111.7 -61.9 -21.6 -114.7
2013: Connecticut 35.2 105.6 -70.3 -29.2 -156.0
2013: Delaware 9.4 14.2 -4.8 -7.8 -44.1
2013: District of Columbia 8.7 10.3 -1.6 -1.4 -11.0
2013: Florida 175.4 275.9 -100.6 -12.7 -59.5
2013: Georgia 88.3 207.0 -118.7 -26.1 -138.1
2013: Hawaii 13.2 31.4 -18.2 -24.3 -111.0
2013: Idaho 13.3 20.4 -7.1 -11.7 -55.9
2013: Illinois 147.4 548.0 -400.6 -55.5 -282.8
2013: Indiana 30.2 50.4 -20.3 -6.5 -36.2
2013: Iowa 29.6 50.4 -20.8 -12.8 -61.6
2013: Kansas 17.2 38.7 -21.5 -15.0 -76.0
2013: Kentucky 29.5 82.6 -53.1 -29.3 -139.0
2013: Louisiana 43.4 93.7 -50.3 -21.4 -105.4
2013: Maine 12.3 21.0 -8.7 -16.3 -67.1
2013: Maryland 59.0 124.4 -65.5 -19.3 -102.9
2013: Massachusetts 69.9 194.2 -124.3 -28.1 -154.9
2013: Michigan 80.7 165.8 -85.1 -19.8 -89.6
2013: Minnesota 57.6 113.1 -55.5 -18.3 -85.1
2013: Mississippi 24.8 57.4 -32.6 -31.5 -109.5
2013: Missouri 67.0 130.8 -63.7 -23.1 -112.0
2013: Montana 9.6 19.0 -9.4 -21.8 -90.3
2013: Nebraska 14.3 26.6 -12.3 -11.6 -54.9
2013: Nevada 32.0 69.4 -37.4 -29.2 -146.2
2013: New Hampshire 7.1 16.6 -9.4 -13.8 -78.8
2013: New Jersey 79.2 220.2 -141.0 -26.6 -136.8
2013: New Mexico 25.2 52.2 -27.0 -29.7 -121.1
2013: New York 424.9 694.1 -269.1 -20.2 -81.5
2013: North Carolina 83.9 137.0 -53.1 -11.7 -58.2
2013: North Dakota 4.4 9.7 -5.3 -9.7 -47.7
2013: Ohio 172.6 330.9 -158.3 -28.0 -124.9
2013: Oklahoma 28.8 52.6 -23.8 -12.8 -66.7
2013: Oregon 63.7 95.4 -31.6 -16.1 -69.6
2013: Pennsylvania 101.7 248.3 -146.6 -22.2 -111.9
2013: Rhode Island 9.0 20.3 -11.3 -21.6 -93.8
2013: South Carolina 29.1 72.7 -43.6 -24.0 -99.3
2013: South Dakota 10.5 15.1 -4.6 -10.4 -55.2
2013: Tennessee 46.6 94.7 -48.0 -16.7 -83.8
2013: Texas 226.2 426.4 -200.2 -13.0 -85.5
2013: Utah 24.8 44.5 -19.7 -14.8 -73.0
2013: Vermont 3.9 8.3 -4.4 -15.3 -60.1
2013: Virginia 75.2 146.0 -70.9 -15.8 -92.1
2013: Washington 72.6 139.7 -67.1 -16.5 -87.2
2013: West Virginia 13.4 24.2 -10.8 -15.0 -60.0
2013: Wisconsin 96.1 107.5 -11.3 -4.0 -17.9
2013: Wyoming 7.2 13.1 -5.8 -14.2 -56.1
2012: United States 3168.1 6169.1 -3001.0 -18.7 -99.1
2012: Alabama 31.8 64.0 -32.1 -17.3 -74.5
2012: Alaska 10.0 26.7 -16.7 -27.3 -91.4
2012: Arizona 39.5 84.9 -45.4 -17.2 -87.8
2012: Arkansas 21.6 41.0 -19.4 -17.7 -82.3
2012: California 625.9 1119.0 -493.0 -23.1 -119.5
2012: Colorado 45.0 98.8 -53.8 -19.7 -113.6
2012: Connecticut 33.5 91.4 -57.9 -24.2 -145.1
2012: Delaware 8.3 12.4 -4.0 -6.6 -41.3
2012: District of Columbia 8.2 9.0 -0.8 -0.7 -6.2
2012: Florida 157.1 241.6 -84.5 -11.1 -54.2
2012: Georgia 78.7 179.3 -100.6 -22.9 -138.8
2012: Hawaii 12.0 27.3 -15.3 -21.1 -110.6
2012: Idaho 11.9 17.5 -5.6 -9.6 -48.0
2012: Illinois 131.0 474.7 -343.7 -48.3 -284.3
2012: Indiana 27.1 44.3 -17.2 -5.7 -32.0
2012: Iowa 26.6 43.6 -17.0 -10.7 -53.2
2012: Kansas 15.3 33.7 -18.4 -13.1 -70.3
2012: Kentucky 27.5 71.6 -44.1 -24.9 -123.3
2012: Louisiana 38.1 82.4 -44.3 -18.4 -105.8
2012: Maine 10.9 18.5 -7.5 -14.3 -64.0
2012: Maryland 52.2 108.7 -56.5 -17.0 -99.9
2012: Massachusetts 63.0 168.1 -105.1 -24.2 -143.7
2012: Michigan 74.4 148.7 -74.3 -17.8 -82.2
2012: Minnesota 51.1 96.7 -45.6 -15.6 -82.2
2012: Mississippi 21.5 50.1 -28.6 -28.2 -106.7
2012: Missouri 56.5 113.5 -57.0 -21.4 -115.4
2012: Montana 9.1 16.5 -7.4 -17.5 -82.9
2012: Nebraska 12.1 23.1 -11.0 -10.8 -54.1
2012: Nevada 27.5 58.8 -31.3 -25.0 -139.3
2012: New Hampshire 6.2 14.4 -8.2 -12.3 -75.6
2012: New Jersey 73.2 192.5 -119.3 -23.2 -129.8
2012: New Mexico 22.1 46.5 -24.4 -27.0 -123.3
2012: New York 369.3 603.2 -233.9 -18.0 -79.3
2012: North Carolina 78.5 119.9 -41.4 -9.4 -47.4
2012: North Dakota 4.0 8.2 -4.3 -8.1 -43.3
2012: Ohio 153.3 305.2 -151.9 -27.6 -139.9
2012: Oklahoma 25.0 46.2 -21.2 -12.1 -65.3
2012: Oregon 57.0 83.6 -26.5 -13.5 -70.8
2012: Pennsylvania 94.4 218.8 -124.4 -19.5 -103.7
2012: Rhode Island 8.3 18.3 -10.0 -19.7 -89.1
2012: South Carolina 26.6 63.1 -36.5 -20.9 -90.4
2012: South Dakota 8.9 12.6 -3.7 -8.5 -53.6
2012: Tennessee 44.1 83.1 -38.9 -14.0 -71.3
2012: Texas 207.1 369.0 -161.9 -11.3 -74.5
2012: Utah 22.0 38.5 -16.6 -13.0 -68.8
2012: Vermont 3.5 7.0 -3.5 -12.5 -47.2
2012: Virginia 67.6 128.3 -60.7 -13.8 -89.9
2012: Washington 63.3 116.5 -53.2 -13.7 -76.8
2012: West Virginia 11.4 21.3 -9.9 -13.9 -57.8
2012: Wisconsin 88.2 95.9 -7.6 -2.8 -14.7
2012: Wyoming 6.5 11.2 -4.7 -11.7 -49.5
2011: United States 2850.6 5982.5 -3131.9 -20.3 -91.0
2011: Alabama 26.4 64.7 -38.3 -21.2 -92.4
2011: Alaska 9.1 25.6 -16.6 -28.2 -90.2
2011: Arizona 35.1 82.2 -47.2 -18.6 -80.5
2011: Arkansas 19.4 39.7 -20.3 -18.9 -73.1
2011: California 560.2 1065.0 -504.8 -24.8 -96.9
2011: Colorado 41.1 97.0 -55.8 -21.3 -107.7
2011: Connecticut 30.6 88.2 -57.6 -24.6 -135.4
2011: Delaware 7.6 11.8 -4.2 -7.1 -38.3
2011: District of Columbia 7.1 8.9 -1.8 -1.7 -13.7
2011: Florida 144.0 235.4 -91.3 -12.3 -50.7
2011: Georgia 70.1 173.0 -102.9 -24.3 -121.6
2011: Hawaii 11.2 26.6 -15.5 -22.1 -97.1
2011: Idaho 10.8 16.8 -6.0 -10.6 -42.6
2011: Illinois 119.1 456.7 -337.6 -49.7 -248.3
2011: Indiana 24.8 43.5 -18.7 -6.4 -32.7
2011: Iowa 24.1 42.1 -17.9 -12.0 -51.8
2011: Kansas 13.6 32.6 -18.9 -13.8 -66.3
2011: Kentucky 25.4 69.1 -43.8 -25.5 -106.8
2011: Louisiana 34.1 80.8 -46.7 -19.8 -94.8
2011: Maine 9.9 18.0 -8.1 -15.7 -57.9
2011: Maryland 46.6 105.8 -59.1 -18.2 -94.2
2011: Massachusetts 56.6 162.4 -105.8 -25.3 -127.7
2011: Michigan 66.7 146.9 -80.1 -20.1 -85.7
2011: Minnesota 45.9 94.2 -48.2 -17.1 -75.8
2011: Mississippi 19.1 48.2 -29.2 -30.1 -92.6
2011: Missouri 50.8 110.5 -59.6 -23.2 -104.3
2011: Montana 7.9 16.2 -8.3 -20.1 -80.6
2011: Nebraska 10.6 22.1 -11.5 -11.5 -52.8
2011: Nevada 24.0 55.3 -31.3 -25.2 -120.6
2011: New Hampshire 5.6 14.0 -8.4 -12.8 -68.9
2011: New Jersey 68.1 188.6 -120.5 -24.4 -114.5
2011: New Mexico 20.3 45.8 -25.5 -28.6 -105.2
2011: New York 326.5 585.5 -259.0 -21.1 -79.8
2011: North Carolina 71.2 116.2 -45.0 -10.5 -47.9
2011: North Dakota 3.5 7.8 -4.3 -10.1 -44.1
2011: Ohio 140.2 309.0 -168.8 -31.9 -127.7
2011: Oklahoma 22.2 44.7 -22.5 -13.7 -63.4
2011: Oregon 52.1 81.2 -29.1 -14.6 -61.9
2011: Pennsylvania 87.1 215.0 -127.9 -20.8 -95.7
2011: Rhode Island 7.7 18.2 -10.5 -21.1 -82.6
2011: South Carolina 24.6 60.7 -36.2 -21.3 -79.1
2011: South Dakota 7.8 12.0 -4.2 -9.9 -49.5
2011: Tennessee 39.5 81.7 -42.2 -16.0 -70.0
2011: Texas 184.9 357.2 -172.2 -12.8 -76.6
2011: Utah 19.6 37.1 -17.4 -14.0 -68.6
2011: Vermont 3.2 6.7 -3.5 -12.5 -45.7
2011: Virginia 60.8 125.5 -64.7 -15.1 -84.6
2011: Washington 56.7 109.6 -52.9 -14.3 -67.5
2011: West Virginia 9.8 20.8 -11.0 -15.5 -58.6
2011: Wisconsin 81.4 95.3 -13.9 -5.3 -22.1
2011: Wyoming 5.8 10.9 -5.1 -12.4 -50.1
2010: United States 2946.4 5801.2 -2854.8 -19.2 -89.8
2010: Alabama 27.5 63.6 -36.1 -20.6 -85.5
2010: Alaska 9.4 24.5 -15.1 -27.9 -96.4
2010: Arizona 35.3 80.5 -45.2 -18.4 -83.5
2010: Arkansas 19.4 37.8 -18.5 -18.0 -75.3
2010: California 575.7 1028.3 -452.5 -23.0 -99.8
2010: Colorado 43.9 94.7 -50.9 -20.1 -103.2
2010: Connecticut 30.3 86.2 -55.9 -23.8 -141.7
2010: Delaware 7.7 11.5 -3.8 -6.6 -38.4
2010: District of Columbia 6.9 8.4 -1.5 -1.5 -13.2
2010: Florida 150.8 230.1 -79.3 -10.8 -47.6
2010: Georgia 72.8 168.1 -95.3 -23.1 -124.7
2010: Hawaii 11.6 25.6 -14.1 -20.6 -95.8
2010: Idaho 11.0 16.3 -5.3 -9.7 -42.8
2010: Illinois 124.0 437.7 -313.7 -48.0 -248.2
2010: Indiana 25.5 42.3 -16.7 -5.9 -30.6
2010: Iowa 24.5 39.9 -15.4 -10.9 -49.7
2010: Kansas 13.7 31.6 -17.9 -13.9 -67.9
2010: Kentucky 26.3 66.6 -40.2 -24.2 -107.1
2010: Louisiana 34.8 78.5 -43.7 -18.8 -92.9
2010: Maine 10.1 18.6 -8.4 -16.4 -67.0
2010: Maryland 47.5 102.8 -55.3 -17.6 -96.2
2010: Massachusetts 58.1 156.2 -98.1 -24.4 -128.9
2010: Michigan 73.7 140.4 -66.7 -17.3 -71.1
2010: Minnesota 47.1 91.7 -44.6 -16.5 -77.6
2010: Mississippi 21.7 46.2 -24.5 -25.6 -85.4
2010: Missouri 52.0 111.8 -59.7 -23.3 -115.8
2010: Montana 7.6 15.7 -8.1 -21.1 -82.7
2010: Nebraska 10.7 21.0 -10.3 -11.1 -51.1
2010: Nevada 23.8 52.9 -29.1 -23.9 -127.3
2010: New Hampshire 5.7 13.6 -7.9 -12.4 -68.5
2010: New Jersey 72.4 188.3 -115.9 -23.7 -116.2
2010: New Mexico 21.8 44.0 -22.2 -25.8 -101.0
2010: New York 332.6 565.3 -232.7 -19.3 -74.2
2010: North Carolina 73.7 112.6 -38.9 -9.3 -44.8
2010: North Dakota 3.5 7.5 -3.9 -10.9 -49.9
2010: Ohio 147.7 296.4 -148.8 -29.8 -120.7
2010: Oklahoma 22.1 44.4 -22.3 -14.9 -67.6
2010: Oregon 54.0 78.7 -24.7 -12.9 -60.1
2010: Pennsylvania 94.2 211.8 -117.6 -19.7 -94.5
2010: Rhode Island 8.1 17.9 -9.8 -19.9 -83.9
2010: South Carolina 25.6 62.2 -36.6 -22.3 -86.0
2010: South Dakota 7.9 11.4 -3.5 -9.2 -50.4
2010: Tennessee 39.6 78.7 -39.2 -15.5 -72.1
2010: Texas 189.9 342.8 -152.9 -12.3 -72.8
2010: Utah 20.8 36.0 -15.3 -13.0 -63.2
2010: Vermont 3.3 6.3 -3.1 -11.6 -43.9
2010: Virginia 62.8 121.6 -58.9 -14.0 -82.8
2010: Washington 58.0 107.0 -49.0 -13.6 -68.4
2010: West Virginia 9.8 20.0 -10.2 -15.2 -60.0
2010: Wisconsin 83.4 94.7 -11.3 -4.5 -17.0
2010: Wyoming 6.1 10.6 -4.5 -11.4 -44.0
2009: United States 2745.0 5362.2 -2617.2 -18.3 -124.7
2009: Alabama 28.4 58.7 -30.3 -18.0 -89.4
2009: Alaska 9.0 22.2 -13.2 -26.2 -105.0
2009: Arizona 31.8 74.8 -43.0 -17.7 -101.0
2009: Arkansas 17.5 34.2 -16.7 -17.1 -98.6
2009: California 525.5 942.4 -416.9 -21.8 -177.4
2009: Colorado 41.9 92.2 -50.3 -20.3 -172.0
2009: Connecticut 28.0 80.1 -52.1 -22.3 -180.3
2009: Delaware 7.0 10.7 -3.7 -6.4 -49.4
2009: District of Columbia 6.7 7.8 -1.1 -1.1 -11.4
2009: Florida 139.8 213.7 -73.9 -10.2 -62.4
2009: Georgia 68.0 153.3 -85.3 -21.1 -135.0
2009: Hawaii 10.4 23.2 -12.8 -19.6 -129.2
2009: Idaho 10.0 15.0 -4.9 -9.2 -54.4
2009: Illinois 115.9 395.0 -279.0 -43.7 -374.6
2009: Indiana 23.3 39.4 -16.1 -6.2 -34.6
2009: Iowa 22.1 36.6 -14.5 -10.6 -63.5
2009: Kansas 12.8 28.9 -16.1 -13.0 -76.6
2009: Kentucky 24.8 60.6 -35.7 -22.9 -127.2
2009: Louisiana 32.1 72.3 -40.1 -19.0 -105.5
2009: Maine 9.4 18.8 -9.4 -18.6 -99.0
2009: Maryland 44.0 95.3 -51.3 -17.0 -128.2
2009: Massachusetts 53.8 143.5 -89.8 -23.3 -170.9
2009: Michigan 76.8 128.1 -51.3 -14.1 -71.1
2009: Minnesota 44.0 88.8 -44.8 -17.4 -114.9
2009: Mississippi 21.3 42.7 -21.4 -22.9 -98.5
2009: Missouri 48.1 107.2 -59.1 -23.6 -176.3
2009: Montana 6.9 14.3 -7.4 -20.6 -103.8
2009: Nebraska 9.7 18.9 -9.2 -10.6 -57.9
2009: Nevada 21.5 47.7 -26.2 -21.8 -154.7
2009: New Hampshire 5.1 12.5 -7.4 -11.9 -81.4
2009: New Jersey 69.8 188.8 -119.0 -24.7 -158.1
2009: New Mexico 19.4 40.4 -21.0 -25.4 -148.4
2009: New York 305.2 523.1 -217.9 -19.0 -123.7
2009: North Carolina 69.3 102.7 -33.4 -8.2 -57.5
2009: North Dakota 3.2 6.6 -3.4 -10.4 -56.2
2009: Ohio 139.5 271.4 -131.8 -27.5 -219.9
2009: Oklahoma 19.7 42.0 -22.3 -15.6 -84.7
2009: Oregon 49.7 72.6 -22.9 -12.7 -118.3
2009: Pennsylvania 93.6 196.4 -102.8 -17.9 -138.1
2009: Rhode Island 7.6 18.3 -10.7 -22.5 -140.0
2009: South Carolina 23.6 60.2 -36.6 -22.8 -113.3
2009: South Dakota 6.9 10.6 -3.6 -9.9 -80.6
2009: Tennessee 37.1 70.3 -33.3 -13.5 -79.2
2009: Texas 180.9 310.1 -129.2 -11.1 -75.2
2009: Utah 19.9 33.0 -13.1 -11.6 -79.3
2009: Vermont 2.9 5.9 -3.0 -11.6 -53.6
2009: Virginia 57.7 112.3 -54.7 -13.4 -116.7
2009: Washington 53.2 100.3 -47.1 -13.5 -92.3
2009: West Virginia 8.9 18.2 -9.3 -14.5 -65.0
2009: Wisconsin 75.8 90.5 -14.7 -6.0 -63.4
2009: Wyoming 5.6 9.5 -3.9 -10.6 -52.6
2008: United States 2468.4 5163.8 -2695.3 -18.4 -102.8
2008: Alabama 24.4 56.8 -32.3 -18.7 -104.4
2008: Alaska 8.4 21.0 -12.7 -22.8 -66.3
2008: Arizona 27.6 71.4 -43.9 -17.1 -93.1
2008: Arkansas 15.5 32.6 -17.2 -17.2 -87.5
2008: California 476.3 894.8 -418.5 -21.1 -118.9
2008: Colorado 39.4 92.9 -53.5 -21.0 -113.5
2008: Connecticut 25.4 77.6 -52.2 -21.9 -159.9
2008: Delaware 6.2 10.3 -4.1 -7.4 -48.9
2008: District of Columbia 6.1 7.7 -1.5 -1.6 -13.1
2008: Florida 121.9 202.7 -80.8 -10.8 -54.4
2008: Georgia 58.9 148.6 -89.7 -21.8 -122.8
2008: Hawaii 9.0 22.0 -13.0 -19.5 -108.4
2008: Idaho 8.6 14.4 -5.8 -10.5 -55.5
2008: Illinois 104.0 373.9 -269.9 -42.0 -262.9
2008: Indiana 19.9 38.6 -18.6 -6.8 -39.7
2008: Iowa 19.9 35.4 -15.5 -11.2 -61.9
2008: Kansas 11.7 27.5 -15.8 -12.3 -69.8
2008: Kentucky 23.6 58.0 -34.3 -21.6 -116.3
2008: Louisiana 29.4 69.5 -40.1 -18.3 -89.0
2008: Maine 8.5 18.6 -10.1 -20.3 -95.6
2008: Maryland 39.9 92.4 -52.4 -17.8 -116.7
2008: Massachusetts 49.3 138.7 -89.4 -23.2 -136.0
2008: Michigan 70.1 122.9 -52.8 -13.7 -76.5
2008: Minnesota 40.3 89.4 -49.2 -18.6 -107.7
2008: Mississippi 19.3 40.9 -21.6 -22.3 -91.9
2008: Missouri 42.8 103.7 -60.9 -24.4 -145.1
2008: Montana 6.0 13.6 -7.5 -20.4 -88.5
2008: Nebraska 8.4 17.9 -9.5 -11.2 -55.4
2008: Nevada 18.5 44.7 -26.2 -20.4 -131.1
2008: New Hampshire 4.5 11.8 -7.3 -11.9 -75.4
2008: New Jersey 62.1 191.9 -129.8 -26.4 -151.1
2008: New Mexico 17.0 38.3 -21.4 -24.8 -129.8
2008: New York 275.2 510.7 -235.5 -21.2 -97.3
2008: North Carolina 61.7 97.5 -35.8 -8.6 -46.5
2008: North Dakota 2.9 6.0 -3.1 -9.6 -47.5
2008: Ohio 128.0 261.0 -132.9 -27.0 -131.7
2008: Oklahoma 17.9 40.5 -22.6 -14.4 -84.1
2008: Oregon 45.4 70.4 -25.0 -13.8 -85.7
2008: Pennsylvania 89.5 190.3 -100.8 -17.4 -91.9
2008: Rhode Island 6.9 19.4 -12.5 -26.5 -132.7
2008: South Carolina 22.6 57.7 -35.1 -21.6 -99.2
2008: South Dakota 6.1 10.3 -4.2 -11.2 -80.3
2008: Tennessee 32.7 67.1 -34.4 -13.8 -71.4
2008: Texas 151.9 295.1 -143.2 -11.5 -83.5
2008: Utah 18.1 30.9 -12.9 -11.1 -55.9
2008: Vermont 2.6 5.7 -3.2 -12.5 -52.3
2008: Virginia 54.4 107.8 -53.4 -13.4 -91.8
2008: Washington 49.9 97.3 -47.4 -13.4 -75.3
2008: West Virginia 7.3 17.4 -10.2 -16.2 -74.4
2008: Wisconsin 67.5 88.9 -21.4 -8.8 -51.6
2008: Wyoming 5.1 9.1 -4.1 -9.4 -43.2
2007: United States 3263.9 4893.7 -1629.8 -11.3 -53.1
2007: Alabama 32.1 53.6 -21.4 -12.6 -52.7
2007: Alaska 12.4 19.9 -7.6 -15.4 -48.6
2007: Arizona 35.8 67.6 -31.8 -12.1 -62.0
2007: Arkansas 19.5 30.8 -11.4 -11.7 -50.5
2007: California 638.2 837.9 -199.7 -10.2 -42.3
2007: Colorado 50.9 87.9 -37.0 -15.1 -79.9
2007: Connecticut 33.4 73.7 -40.3 -17.0 -107.9
2007: Delaware 7.9 9.8 -1.9 -3.3 -20.4
2007: District of Columbia 7.3 7.3 -0.0 -0.0 -0.4
2007: Florida 154.5 189.7 -35.2 -4.6 -20.4
2007: Georgia 74.6 143.3 -68.7 -16.4 -90.4
2007: Hawaii 12.6 20.7 -8.2 -12.6 -60.5
2007: Idaho 11.0 13.7 -2.7 -4.9 -21.8
2007: Illinois 137.1 354.6 -217.5 -33.6 -179.9
2007: Indiana 27.8 37.2 -9.3 -3.5 -18.8
2007: Iowa 27.2 33.4 -6.2 -4.5 -22.4
2007: Kansas 16.6 25.7 -9.1 -7.5 -37.7
2007: Kentucky 32.6 54.8 -22.2 -14.3 -65.8
2007: Louisiana 39.1 65.8 -26.7 -12.8 -56.5
2007: Maine 12.4 17.8 -5.4 -10.9 -43.8
2007: Maryland 53.1 87.6 -34.5 -12.0 -64.8
2007: Massachusetts 66.9 133.2 -66.3 -17.5 -93.7
2007: Michigan 91.1 117.4 -26.3 -6.6 -28.8
2007: Minnesota 53.5 86.4 -33.0 -12.7 -60.6
2007: Mississippi 27.0 38.4 -11.4 -12.5 -38.6
2007: Missouri 57.6 98.8 -41.2 -17.1 -83.1
2007: Montana 8.2 12.8 -4.6 -12.7 -49.9
2007: Nebraska 10.9 16.7 -5.8 -7.1 -32.1
2007: Nevada 23.1 41.1 -18.0 -13.6 -77.6
2007: New Hampshire 5.9 10.9 -5.1 -8.3 -48.9
2007: New Jersey 77.8 180.9 -103.1 -21.4 -108.3
2007: New Mexico 23.2 35.9 -12.7 -15.7 -60.3
2007: New York 380.3 489.9 -109.6 -9.8 -37.7
2007: North Carolina 76.8 91.7 -14.8 -3.7 -19.6
2007: North Dakota 4.0 5.7 -1.7 -5.7 -26.1
2007: Ohio 167.6 247.8 -80.2 -16.3 -65.9
2007: Oklahoma 24.5 38.9 -14.4 -9.9 -47.7
2007: Oregon 63.0 68.4 -5.4 -3.2 -13.0
2007: Pennsylvania 118.1 185.3 -67.2 -12.0 -55.4
2007: Rhode Island 9.3 19.2 -10.0 -20.7 -88.3
2007: South Carolina 32.3 52.7 -20.4 -12.7 -52.3
2007: South Dakota 8.3 9.9 -1.5 -4.4 -21.9
2007: Tennessee 40.8 65.1 -24.2 -10.0 -46.1
2007: Texas 187.5 277.9 -90.4 -7.7 -46.4
2007: Utah 24.0 28.5 -4.6 -3.9 -19.5
2007: Vermont 3.5 5.3 -1.8 -7.4 -29.0
2007: Virginia 72.7 101.3 -28.5 -7.3 -40.5
2007: Washington 66.0 91.5 -25.5 -7.4 -35.4
2007: West Virginia 8.1 16.1 -8.0 -13.6 -52.4
2007: Wisconsin 88.9 84.4 4.5 1.9 8.1
2007: Wyoming 7.0 8.6 -1.6 -4.3 -18.4
2006: United States 3075.5 4618.6 -1543.0 -11.2 -56.3
2006: Alabama 32.1 50.4 -18.2 -11.1 -51.0
2006: Alaska 14.2 18.9 -4.8 -10.6 -35.9
2006: Arizona 34.2 63.3 -29.1 -11.7 -62.1
2006: Arkansas 18.1 29.1 -11.0 -11.6 -52.9
2006: California 597.2 779.1 -181.8 -9.7 -44.3
2006: Colorado 45.4 83.7 -38.3 -16.5 -92.9
2006: Connecticut 30.7 68.1 -37.5 -16.9 -111.3
2006: Delaware 7.0 9.3 -2.4 -4.2 -28.0
2006: District of Columbia 6.5 6.6 -0.1 -0.1 -0.6
2006: Florida 144.2 180.1 -35.9 -4.8 -23.4
2006: Georgia 70.2 134.8 -64.6 -16.0 -97.8
2006: Hawaii 12.9 19.6 -6.7 -10.7 -55.4
2006: Idaho 10.3 12.8 -2.4 -4.7 -22.4
2006: Illinois 131.6 334.0 -202.4 -32.6 -187.8
2006: Indiana 29.0 35.0 -6.1 -2.4 -12.0
2006: Iowa 25.3 31.5 -6.1 -4.8 -24.6
2006: Kansas 15.6 24.0 -8.4 -7.4 -39.0
2006: Kentucky 31.2 51.8 -20.6 -13.5 -66.6
2006: Louisiana 36.0 61.7 -25.8 -12.4 -64.7
2006: Maine 11.5 17.0 -5.5 -11.3 -47.6
2006: Maryland 50.0 81.8 -31.8 -11.4 -65.8
2006: Massachusetts 62.2 127.4 -65.2 -18.1 -97.8
2006: Michigan 90.3 114.1 -23.8 -6.0 -28.3
2006: Minnesota 52.7 83.8 -31.1 -12.4 -63.8
2006: Mississippi 25.8 36.1 -10.3 -11.9 -42.9
2006: Missouri 58.4 92.8 -34.4 -14.8 -77.8
2006: Montana 7.7 12.1 -4.4 -13.2 -54.2
2006: Nebraska 10.2 15.4 -5.2 -6.7 -30.8
2006: Nevada 22.2 37.9 -15.7 -12.2 -76.9
2006: New Hampshire 5.6 10.3 -4.7 -7.8 -50.0
2006: New Jersey 66.2 171.4 -105.1 -22.6 -123.0
2006: New Mexico 21.5 33.6 -12.1 -15.5 -65.3
2006: New York 364.8 465.4 -100.5 -9.3 -37.8
2006: North Carolina 70.0 86.4 -16.4 -4.2 -24.0
2006: North Dakota 3.9 5.3 -1.5 -5.5 -25.3
2006: Ohio 156.6 234.7 -78.1 -16.3 -72.1
2006: Oklahoma 22.5 37.1 -14.6 -10.6 -54.5
2006: Oregon 60.4 66.5 -6.1 -3.7 -16.9
2006: Pennsylvania 108.3 180.6 -72.3 -13.7 -66.3
2006: Rhode Island 9.5 18.9 -9.4 -19.6 -92.6
2006: South Carolina 31.6 47.8 -16.2 -10.7 -46.7
2006: South Dakota 7.9 9.1 -1.2 -3.7 -19.8
2006: Tennessee 37.9 62.3 -24.4 -10.2 -51.6
2006: Texas 180.6 261.1 -80.5 -7.4 -45.4
2006: Utah 21.2 26.7 -5.6 -5.2 -26.8
2006: Vermont 3.3 4.8 -1.6 -6.4 -27.2
2006: Virginia 63.9 93.5 -29.7 -7.8 -48.0
2006: Washington 61.2 89.0 -27.8 -8.8 -44.1
2006: West Virginia 5.7 15.0 -9.3 -16.3 -66.1
2006: Wisconsin 83.9 79.6 4.3 1.8 9.0
2006: Wyoming 6.6 7.8 -1.3 -3.9 -15.7
2005: United States 2761.3 4357.8 -1596.4 -12.3 -63.1
2005: Alabama 28.2 47.0 -18.8 -12.0 -56.3
2005: Alaska 12.9 18.2 -5.3 -13.3 -46.6
2005: Arizona 32.0 58.6 -26.6 -11.7 -64.9
2005: Arkansas 16.6 27.7 -11.1 -12.3 -58.8
2005: California 532.0 723.2 -191.2 -10.8 -50.2
2005: Colorado 41.8 79.4 -37.6 -17.0 -96.6
2005: Connecticut 26.8 63.5 -36.6 -17.4 -120.1
2005: Delaware 6.2 8.9 -2.7 -5.0 -34.7
2005: District of Columbia 6.5 6.0 0.5 0.6 4.7
2005: Florida 132.2 168.8 -36.6 -5.2 -27.0
2005: Georgia 65.3 127.1 -61.8 -15.9 -102.5
2005: Hawaii 10.8 17.8 -7.0 -12.0 -63.6
2005: Idaho 9.0 11.8 -2.8 -5.9 -27.9
2005: Illinois 122.4 314.5 -192.1 -32.8 -192.7
2005: Indiana 25.3 32.6 -7.3 -3.0 -16.4
2005: Iowa 22.2 29.6 -7.4 -6.0 -31.7
2005: Kansas 12.8 22.8 -10.0 -9.5 -49.9
2005: Kentucky 28.8 48.6 -19.8 -13.7 -70.5
2005: Louisiana 32.4 58.7 -26.4 -13.2 -73.5
2005: Maine 9.1 16.4 -7.3 -15.8 -64.2
2005: Maryland 44.9 75.0 -30.2 -11.4 -66.9
2005: Massachusetts 54.9 121.9 -67.0 -19.4 -108.0
2005: Michigan 80.5 110.9 -30.4 -7.7 -37.4
2005: Minnesota 49.1 78.9 -29.8 -12.2 -65.6
2005: Mississippi 21.9 34.1 -12.2 -14.9 -57.8
2005: Missouri 52.9 87.0 -34.1 -15.2 -82.4
2005: Montana 6.7 11.4 -4.7 -15.4 -63.3
2005: Nebraska 8.8 14.4 -5.6 -7.6 -34.9
2005: Nevada 20.5 35.1 -14.6 -12.3 -76.9
2005: New Hampshire 5.0 9.6 -4.6 -8.0 -51.6
2005: New Jersey 57.7 161.6 -103.9 -23.4 -131.2
2005: New Mexico 19.4 31.1 -11.8 -15.8 -70.6
2005: New York 323.8 443.4 -119.6 -11.7 -51.0
2005: North Carolina 65.6 81.8 -16.2 -4.5 -25.0
2005: North Dakota 3.4 5.0 -1.6 -6.6 -31.0
2005: Ohio 141.7 222.9 -81.3 -17.4 -79.3
2005: Oklahoma 20.0 34.8 -14.8 -11.8 -60.2
2005: Oregon 52.9 64.7 -11.8 -8.0 -36.5
2005: Pennsylvania 98.1 174.8 -76.7 -15.1 -74.0
2005: Rhode Island 9.0 17.8 -8.8 -19.3 -90.5
2005: South Carolina 29.6 45.3 -15.6 -10.9 -47.0
2005: South Dakota 7.0 8.2 -1.2 -3.8 -20.4
2005: Tennessee 34.7 59.0 -24.3 -10.7 -54.0
2005: Texas 161.2 246.5 -85.4 -8.6 -52.4
2005: Utah 17.6 25.4 -7.8 -8.3 -40.8
2005: Vermont 2.9 4.5 -1.6 -6.8 -29.6
2005: Virginia 55.2 86.7 -31.6 -8.8 -55.7
2005: Washington 55.2 86.7 -31.5 -10.6 -54.7
2005: West Virginia 4.8 14.4 -9.6 -18.0 -66.1
2005: Wisconsin 76.9 75.6 1.3 0.6 2.6
2005: Wyoming 6.0 7.8 -1.8 -6.7 -25.4
2004: United States 2701.1 4118.1 -1416.9 -11.6 -58.2
2004: Alabama 27.0 43.9 -16.8 -11.4 -52.7
2004: Alaska 12.5 17.6 -5.0 -14.3 -45.7
2004: Arizona 32.8 54.1 -21.3 -10.4 -55.5
2004: Arkansas 16.1 25.8 -9.6 -11.3 -53.5
2004: California 517.9 678.3 -160.4 -9.8 -44.8
2004: Colorado 40.7 74.5 -33.9 -16.6 -87.5
2004: Connecticut 26.3 60.0 -33.7 -16.8 -117.2
2004: Delaware 6.5 8.4 -1.9 -3.6 -26.7
2004: District of Columbia 4.8 5.4 -0.6 -0.8 -7.0
2004: Florida 135.9 156.8 -20.8 -3.3 -16.1
2004: Georgia 66.1 120.0 -53.9 -14.8 -94.6
2004: Hawaii 9.3 16.3 -7.0 -12.9 -68.4
2004: Idaho 8.4 10.8 -2.4 -5.5 -24.8
2004: Illinois 121.6 297.4 -175.8 -31.5 -174.8
2004: Indiana 22.8 30.3 -7.5 -3.1 -18.2
2004: Iowa 21.6 27.9 -6.2 -5.3 -27.7
2004: Kansas 12.5 21.4 -8.9 -9.0 -47.9
2004: Kentucky 28.2 45.1 -16.9 -12.4 -62.9
2004: Louisiana 32.9 56.6 -23.7 -13.8 -69.4
2004: Maine 9.0 15.8 -6.9 -15.3 -60.9
2004: Maryland 44.1 69.0 -25.0 -10.1 -56.2
2004: Massachusetts 52.2 116.8 -64.7 -19.6 -106.1
2004: Michigan 73.9 107.5 -33.6 -8.8 -42.2
2004: Minnesota 48.1 74.4 -26.3 -11.4 -61.3
2004: Mississippi 20.2 32.8 -12.6 -16.2 -60.8
2004: Missouri 50.7 82.1 -31.3 -14.5 -78.5
2004: Montana 6.6 10.8 -4.2 -15.1 -60.6
2004: Nebraska 8.7 13.4 -4.7 -6.7 -30.3
2004: Nevada 19.8 32.1 -12.3 -11.7 -73.0
2004: New Hampshire 4.9 9.0 -4.2 -7.6 -50.2
2004: New Jersey 58.8 150.9 -92.1 -21.7 -122.0
2004: New Mexico 19.1 28.9 -9.8 -13.9 -65.5
2004: New York 317.7 425.5 -107.8 -11.2 -47.6
2004: North Carolina 65.4 78.0 -12.6 -3.8 -19.8
2004: North Dakota 3.2 4.7 -1.5 -6.5 -23.1
2004: Ohio 142.1 211.4 -69.3 -15.4 -65.8
2004: Oklahoma 20.5 33.2 -12.7 -11.2 -52.8
2004: Oregon 50.9 62.9 -12.0 -8.4 -35.6
2004: Pennsylvania 95.8 166.3 -70.5 -14.6 -69.0
2004: Rhode Island 8.6 16.7 -8.2 -18.7 -84.2
2004: South Carolina 28.1 40.9 -12.8 -9.4 -41.3
2004: South Dakota 6.7 7.8 -1.1 -3.6 -19.7
2004: Tennessee 35.1 55.8 -20.6 -9.5 -49.1
2004: Texas 152.8 236.0 -83.2 -9.1 -54.2
2004: Utah 16.4 24.1 -7.7 -9.0 -40.7
2004: Vermont 2.8 4.2 -1.4 -6.0 -26.0
2004: Virginia 52.8 82.0 -29.2 -8.8 -53.9
2004: Washington 51.9 81.1 -29.1 -10.8 -53.4
2004: West Virginia 5.6 13.9 -8.4 -16.9 -61.7
2004: Wisconsin 79.2 71.8 7.4 3.4 15.1
2004: Wyoming 5.7 7.8 -2.1 -9.0 -33.3
2003: United States 2363.7 3708.3 -1344.5 -11.8 -65.7
2003: Alabama 25.1 39.8 -14.7 -10.9 0.0
2003: Alaska 12.1 16.1 -4.0 -12.3 0.0
2003: Arizona 29.3 47.9 -18.7 -9.7 0.0
2003: Arkansas 14.2 22.6 -8.4 -10.7 0.0
2003: California 450.1 606.6 -156.6 -10.3 0.0
2003: Colorado 34.2 64.7 -30.5 -15.3 0.0
2003: Connecticut 24.0 54.2 -30.2 -16.4 0.0
2003: Delaware 5.8 7.7 -1.9 -3.9 0.0
2003: District of Columbia 3.4 4.6 -1.2 -1.6 0.0
2003: Florida 117.8 141.0 -23.1 -3.9 0.0
2003: Georgia 60.7 107.8 -47.1 -13.8 0.0
2003: Hawaii 8.4 14.9 -6.5 -13.2 0.0
2003: Idaho 7.1 9.7 -2.7 -6.6 0.0
2003: Illinois 103.7 265.1 -161.4 -30.4 0.0
2003: Indiana 18.6 27.1 -8.5 -3.8 0.0
2003: Iowa 19.8 25.0 -5.2 -4.9 0.0
2003: Kansas 10.9 19.8 -8.9 -9.2 0.0
2003: Kentucky 25.0 39.9 -14.9 -11.7 0.0
2003: Louisiana 28.0 51.7 -23.7 -15.2 0.0
2003: Maine 8.0 14.3 -6.3 -14.9 0.0
2003: Maryland 38.8 62.2 -23.4 -10.3 0.0
2003: Massachusetts 44.1 105.6 -61.5 -19.5 0.0
2003: Michigan 64.6 97.8 -33.2 -8.8 0.0
2003: Minnesota 44.0 67.8 -23.9 -11.0 0.0
2003: Mississippi 17.8 29.7 -11.9 -16.1 0.0
2003: Missouri 43.8 73.9 -30.0 -14.6 0.0
2003: Montana 5.4 9.8 -4.4 -16.9 0.0
2003: Nebraska 7.7 11.8 -4.2 -6.2 0.0
2003: Nevada 16.5 27.9 -11.4 -12.4 0.0
2003: New Hampshire 4.1 8.0 -3.9 -7.6 0.0
2003: New Jersey 54.2 138.2 -84.0 -20.5 0.0
2003: New Mexico 16.2 25.5 -9.3 -14.5 0.0
2003: New York 278.2 388.9 -110.7 -12.2 0.0
2003: North Carolina 57.0 71.0 -14.0 -4.5 0.0
2003: North Dakota 2.7 4.1 -1.4 -6.4 0.0
2003: Ohio 125.7 190.2 -64.5 -15.0 0.0
2003: Oklahoma 17.8 30.3 -12.5 -11.8 0.0
2003: Oregon 43.1 55.7 -12.6 -9.9 0.0
2003: Pennsylvania 84.3 150.9 -66.6 -14.6 0.0
2003: Rhode Island 6.9 15.2 -8.3 -20.4 0.0
2003: South Carolina 23.8 35.0 -11.2 -8.5 0.0
2003: South Dakota 5.8 7.0 -1.2 -4.2 0.0
2003: Tennessee 31.7 50.2 -18.5 -9.0 0.0
2003: Texas 138.4 215.3 -77.0 -9.2 0.0
2003: Utah 13.3 21.8 -8.5 -10.7 0.0
2003: Vermont 2.5 3.7 -1.3 -5.9 0.0
2003: Virginia 45.9 73.1 -27.2 -8.8 0.0
2003: Washington 44.7 72.3 -27.7 -10.7 0.0
2003: West Virginia 4.6 12.8 -8.2 -17.5 0.0
2003: Wisconsin 69.3 65.3 4.0 2.0 0.0
2003: Wyoming 4.6 6.8 -2.2 -10.2 0.0
2002: United States 2066.8 3511.7 -1444.9 -13.2 -80.0
2002: Alabama 22.2 37.8 -15.6 -12.2 -64.5
2002: Alaska 9.7 15.5 -5.8 -19.6 -83.6
2002: Arizona 25.2 44.7 -19.5 -10.8 -64.7
2002: Arkansas 12.5 21.4 -8.9 -12.0 -65.6
2002: California 381.3 573.6 -192.3 -13.4 -76.7
2002: Colorado 31.2 57.9 -26.6 -13.8 -101.2
2002: Connecticut 21.7 51.4 -29.7 -16.7 -119.5
2002: Delaware 5.1 7.5 -2.3 -4.9 -39.9
2002: District of Columbia 2.8 4.0 -1.2 -1.7 -16.3
2002: Florida 99.0 136.9 -38.0 -6.8 -40.7
2002: Georgia 54.0 100.9 -46.9 -14.4 -101.6
2002: Hawaii 7.7 14.3 -6.6 -14.4 -88.1
2002: Idaho 6.1 9.4 -3.3 -8.4 -47.8
2002: Illinois 89.8 246.9 -157.1 -30.6 -213.2
2002: Indiana 16.4 26.8 -10.4 -4.9 -30.4
2002: Iowa 17.2 23.5 -6.3 -6.3 -35.8
2002: Kansas 9.6 19.4 -9.8 -10.7 -61.4
2002: Kentucky 22.3 37.3 -15.0 -12.2 -66.6
2002: Louisiana 23.7 49.3 -25.7 -18.3 -93.7
2002: Maine 6.8 13.6 -6.8 -16.8 -84.9
2002: Maryland 34.7 61.3 -26.6 -12.3 -79.6
2002: Massachusetts 38.5 98.0 -59.5 -19.6 -142.0
2002: Michigan 60.1 92.1 -32.0 -8.8 -50.4
2002: Minnesota 40.9 65.0 -24.1 -11.9 -68.7
2002: Mississippi 15.8 28.0 -12.2 -17.6 -76.8
2002: Missouri 37.2 69.9 -32.7 -16.6 -106.9
2002: Montana 4.7 9.3 -4.6 -19.2 -83.5
2002: Nebraska 6.6 10.1 -3.5 -5.6 -28.8
2002: Nevada 13.5 25.8 -12.3 -14.3 -95.7
2002: New Hampshire 3.6 7.5 -3.8 -7.8 -57.1
2002: New Jersey 51.9 134.1 -82.2 -21.0 -149.9
2002: New Mexico 14.4 23.8 -9.4 -16.0 -81.3
2002: New York 248.3 372.0 -123.7 -13.9 -72.4
2002: North Carolina 51.9 67.9 -16.0 -5.3 -32.9
2002: North Dakota 2.3 3.9 -1.5 -7.6 -36.2
2002: Ohio 109.3 178.5 -69.2 -16.7 -97.5
2002: Oklahoma 14.8 28.6 -13.8 -13.9 -72.1
2002: Oregon 35.8 51.4 -15.6 -12.8 -67.1
2002: Pennsylvania 77.1 144.9 -67.9 -15.5 -92.1
2002: Rhode Island 5.9 14.2 -8.3 -21.8 -121.6
2002: South Carolina 20.7 32.6 -11.9 -9.5 -47.6
2002: South Dakota 5.0 6.7 -1.7 -6.3 -42.7
2002: Tennessee 27.9 47.6 -19.7 -10.1 -58.8
2002: Texas 120.8 203.1 -82.2 -10.4 -72.2
2002: Utah 11.8 20.7 -8.9 -11.7 -64.5
2002: Vermont 2.1 3.5 -1.3 -6.6 -32.8
2002: Virginia 40.4 68.4 -28.0 -9.6 -72.2
2002: Washington 40.2 69.0 -28.8 -11.6 -68.4
2002: West Virginia 4.1 12.1 -8.0 -17.6 -70.2
2002: Wisconsin 57.5 63.5 -6.1 -3.1 -19.3
2002: Wyoming 4.4 6.3 -1.9 -9.6 -42.8
Source:
  1. Includes defined-benefit pension plans sponsored by state and local governments for their employees. Return to text
  2. End of year pension assets estimated from Census Annual Survey of Pensions data. Return to table
  3. Pension liabilities are from BEA and referred to as pension entitlements in the Z.1 Financial Accounts of the United States. Return to table
  4. Assets less liabilities. Negative values indicate underfunding of pension plans. Return to table
  5. State level GDP comes from BEA’s All Industry Total Annual GDP by State series. Return to table
Last Update: October 04, 2018
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