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Just the Facts - Key Economic and Social Indicators for New York State

PROPERTY TAXES AND SALES TAXES PER CAPITA, 2002

Rank, property taxes per capita State Property taxes per capita Rank, sales and gross receipts taxes per capita Sales and gross receipts taxes per capita
1
New Jersey $1,872 30 $1,027
2
Connecticut 1,733 8 1,306
3
New Hampshire 1,703 47 475
4
Maine 1,477 35 959
5
NEW YORK $1,402 17 $1,175
6
Wyoming 1,387 5 1,386
7
Rhode Island 1,369 24 1,090
8
Massachusetts 1,358 44 835
9
Vermont 1,337 38 930
10
Alaska 1,295 46 485
11
Illinois 1,261 21 1,102
12
Wisconsin 1,189 29 1,047
13
Texas 1,128 7 1,318
14
Minnesota 1,038 16 1,178
15
Nebraska 1,012 28 1,053
16
Maryland 993 40 912
17
Iowa 980 33 983
18
Michigan 975 31 1,019
19
Indiana 971 42 897
20
Washington 954 1 1,974
21
Florida 944 6 1,374
22
Montana 937 48 411
23
Ohio 933 37 944
24
Kansas 931 19 1,131
25
Colorado 925 15 1,178
26
Virginia 921 41 898
27
Oregon 892 50 253
28
Pennsylvania 885 39 916
29
South Dakota 879 13 1,224
30
California 864 14 1,187
31
North Dakota 840 25 1,086
32
Nevada 786 3 1,772
33
Arizona 782 9 1,301
34
Georgia 777 22 1,100
35
South Carolina 754 45 834
36
Idaho 714 43 845
37
Missouri 684 27 1,066
38
North Carolina 653 36 945
39
Utah 612 20 1,129
40
Tennessee 596 10 1,289
41
Mississippi 574 18 1,135
42
West Virginia 499 23 1,097
43
Delaware 496 49 405
44
Hawaii 496 2 1,808
45
Kentucky 483 34 964
46
Louisiana 434 4 1,552
47
Oklahoma 425 32 987
48
New Mexico 408 11 1,252
49
Arkansas 371 12 1,234
50
Alabama 329 26 1,072
United States $971   $1,127
N.Y.S. above avg. 44%   4%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau; calculations by The Public Policy Institute