Most indebted states in the United States 2021

The United States of America may be the wealthiest country on the planet, it is also among the most indebted country on the planet. You can view the live U.S. National debt counter anytime.

In the table below, you will find the states with the most debts and how much this debt rounds up to per capita.

The table is sorted by states with most debt not states with most debt per capita. For example, while California has the most debt, its population of 39,613,493 means that debt per capita is $3,856.57. Massachusetts has the most debt per capita, with a population of 6,912,239, which translates to $11,145.91 debt per capita.

StateState Debt Per Capita DebtPopulation 2021
California$152,772,292,000$3,856.5739,613,493
New York$139,234,923,000$7,214.2519,299,981
Massachusetts$77,043,165,000$11,145.916,912,239
New Jersey$65,874,095,000$7,422.838,874,520
Illinois$61,821,319,000$4,918.4312,569,321
Texas$50,963,262,000$1,714.1929,730,311
Pennsylvania$47,519,575,000$3,711.2712,804,123
Connecticut$38,756,156,000$10,908.563,552,821
Ohio$33,493,235,000$2,859.1011,714,618
Michigan$33,463,604,000$3,348.909,992,427
Washington$33,427,752,000$4,287.297,796,941
Florida$28,823,847,000$1,313.4821,944,577
Maryland$28,027,363,000$4,620.836,065,436
Virginia$27,825,929,000$3,234.078,603,985
Wisconsin$23,252,381,000$3,973.075,852,490
Indiana$21,842,716,000$3,209.496,805,663
Missouri$18,419,751,000$2,985.846,169,038
Louisiana$18,092,508,000$3,910.204,627,002
Colorado$16,980,689,000$2,881.195,893,634
Minnesota$16,363,418,000$2,867.565,706,398
North Carolina$16,310,177,000$1,524.1710,701,022
South Carolina$15,744,638,000$2,983.175,277,830
Kentucky$14,403,514,000$3,214.564,480,713
Arizona$14,291,349,000$1,900.427,520,103
Georgia$13,050,862,000$1,205.0610,830,007
Oregon$12,656,643,000$2,950.654,289,439
Hawaii$9,656,278,000$6,865.811,406,430
Rhode Island$8,932,377,000$8,414.791,061,509
Alabama$8,772,871,000$1,777.974,934,193
Oklahoma$8,457,322,000$2,119.393,990,443
New Hampshire$7,739,447,000$5,640.161,372,203
West Virginia$7,547,010,000$4,269.011,767,859
Kansas$7,538,475,000$2,584.132,917,224
Mississippi$7,470,178,000$2,518.262,966,407
Utah$7,453,346,000$2,251.243,310,774
New Mexico$7,057,656,000$3,352.802,105,005
Iowa$6,149,694,000$1,941.213,167,974
Tennessee$6,127,422,000$882.376,944,260
Alaska$5,921,713,000$8,175.13724,357
Arkansas$4,801,939,000$1,582.743,033,946
Maine$4,750,384,000$3,507.061,354,522
Delaware$4,561,576,000$4,606.10990,334
South Dakota$3,527,703,000$3,934.62896,581
Vermont$3,502,960,000$5,620.46623,251
Idaho$3,369,178,000$1,811.271,860,123
Nevada$3,248,814,000$1,019.783,185,786
North Dakota$2,885,664,000$3,747.49770,026
Montana$2,795,614,000$2,576.591,085,004
Nebraska$2,014,523,000$1,032.031,951,996
Wyoming$769,721,000$1,324.65581,075

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