State tax revenues in Michigan amount to $28.7 billion, the ninth highest tally among the 50 states, according to newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

The Census Bureau reported that property tax revenues in the state totaled $2.1 billion; sales and gross receipts taxes, $13.7 billion; license fees, $1.8 billion; and income taxes, $10.7 billion.

The numbers do not include taxes levied by local governments, which in some cases determine property tax levels, according to the study.

Under the Census Bureau’s definitions, the phrase “state government” means the executive, legislative and judicial branches, as well as agencies, panels and public bodies that are somewhat autonomous from the state.

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2018 State Government Tax Collections

RankStateProperty Taxes (in Thousands of $)Sales and Gross Receipts Taxes (in Thousands of $)License Taxes (in Thousands of $)Income Taxes (in Thousands of $)Other Taxes (in Thousands of $)Total Taxes (in Thousands of $)
1California$2,681,872$51,530,249$6,995,919$94,309,271$174,611$155,691,922
2New YorkN/A$25,362,583$1,814,065$48,658,122$3,843,267$79,678,037
3TexasN/A$46,897,352$3,432,901N/A$3,282,673$53,612,926
4FloridaN/A$34,089,929$2,027,150$2,383,783$2,833,116$41,333,978
5Pennsylvania$43,360$20,173,496$2,240,809$14,408,126$1,531,359$38,397,150
6Illinois$63,283$18,629,894$2,793,983$16,134,268$357,495$37,978,923
7New Jersey$4,761$14,163,269$1,550,059$16,068,049$1,314,367$33,100,505
8OhioN/A$18,743,014$2,300,778$8,386,283$45,999$29,476,074
9Michigan$2,124,075$13,703,621$1,787,867$10,680,724$355,290$28,651,577
10Massachusetts$6,598$8,809,249$1,112,162$16,920,751$660,502$27,509,262
11North CarolinaN/A$11,698,702$2,244,880$12,843,373$77,327$26,864,282
12Minnesota$854,945$10,607,635$1,477,319$12,183,233$471,390$25,594,522
13Washington$2,097,507$19,170,781$1,453,628$0$1,275,676$23,997,592
14Georgia$989,218$8,809,190$672,897$11,949,591$171,865$22,592,761
15Virginia$31,232$6,916,097$856,649$13,879,848$518,500$22,202,326
16Maryland$777,064$9,242,760$866,391$10,068,643$644,937$21,599,795
17Indiana$12,251$11,013,349$681,542$6,460,790$2,582$18,170,514
18Wisconsin$132,022$7,972,959$1,179,054$8,752,242$97,219$18,133,496
19ConnecticutN/A$6,991,470$441,552$8,856,739$396,788$16,686,549
20Arizona$993,615$9,214,293$506,034$4,499,757$85,311$15,299,010
21TennesseeN/A$10,010,965$1,635,495$1,976,200$271,068$13,893,728
22ColoradoN/A$5,277,083$748,284$7,320,470$0$13,345,837
23Missouri$31,643$5,403,936$591,109$6,456,911$12,268$12,495,867
24Kentucky$709,772$5,649,708$500,447$4,852,835$194,997$11,907,759
25Oregon$20,065$1,523,790$1,067,836$9,012,271$215,718$11,839,680
26Louisiana$70,366$6,770,967$368,318$3,241,260$410,279$10,861,190
27Alabama$395,930$5,247,294$528,539$4,144,656$100,665$10,417,084
28South Carolina$37,518$4,637,349$518,886$4,517,931$117,141$9,828,825
29Iowa$1,840$4,613,085$947,549$4,087,482$105,474$9,755,430
30Arkansas$1,137,886$4,701,868$384,559$3,164,756$127,212$9,516,281
31Nevada$300,490$6,923,284$666,527$0$73,317$8,624,618
32OklahomaN/A$3,764,895$1,015,962$3,280,496$461,653$8,523,006
33Kansas$683,827$4,301,759$421,080$2,714,618$52,731$8,174,015
34UtahN/A$3,530,809$321,715$3,950,776$29,589$7,832,889
35Mississippi$27,099$4,950,204$494,921$2,206,769$45,636$7,724,629
36Washington, D.C.$2,536,634$1,860,804$185,529$2,512,522$557,564$7,653,053
37HawaiiN/A$4,365,856$269,224$2,280,441$113,505$7,029,026
38New Mexico$81,694$3,069,641$307,671$1,430,644$749,783$5,639,433
39Nebraska$123$2,407,514$182,791$2,492,926$19,751$5,103,105
40West Virginia$7,248$2,672,887$149,555$1,930,171$333,018$5,092,879
41IdahoN/A$2,231,756$383,702$1,876,889$8,411$4,500,758
42Maine$38,643$2,165,142$274,760$1,710,105$43,906$4,232,556
43DelawareN/A$556,490$1,503,208$1,427,150$102,182$3,589,030
44North Dakota$4,401$1,349,428$213,985$380,378$1,517,134$3,465,326
45Rhode Island$2,633$1,691,782$110,461$1,368,660$93,127$3,266,663
46Vermont$1,056,635$1,058,569$127,049$854,816$60,245$3,157,314
47Montana$274,431$576,214$329,874$1,302,961$170,964$2,654,444
48New Hampshire$405,186$959,384$425,039$639,120$163,310$2,592,039
49South DakotaN/A$1,517,856$269,481$30,728$10,361$1,828,426
50Wyoming$274,005$762,588$161,973N/A$450,984$1,649,550
51Alaska$120,805$263,120$134,246$87,775$583,158$1,189,104

Source: U.S. Census Bureau