Posted by: Government & Heritage Library | December 18, 2009

State Doc Pick of the Week: How North Carolina Compares

This week for the State Doc Pick of the Week, we are examining how the State of North Carolina compares to other States.

This study was created by the Program Evaluation Division of the North Carolina General Assembly to determine if the services offered by the State of North Carolina are competitive as compared to other States.

This study focused on the following topics:

  • Population
  • Percent Change in Population
  • Median Household Income
  • Unemployment Rate
  • Percentage Employed in Computer or Math Occupations
  • Percentage of Population Living in Poverty
  • Percentage of Population Under Age 65 Without Health Insurance
  • Percentage of Adults Overweight or Obese
  • Infant Mortality Rate
  • Per Capita State and Local Taxes
  • State and Local Taxes as a Percentage of Personal Income
  • Per Capita State Taxes
  • Per Capita Federal Grants
  • Per Capita State Expenditures
  • Per Capita State General Fund Expenditures
  • State General Fund Expenditures as a Percentage of Personal Income
  • Per Capita Federal Expenditures
  • Bond Ratings
  • Per Capita State and Local Debt
  • Per Capita Medicaid Expenditures
  • State Funding Per Pupil, K-12
  • Percentage of Adults with a High School Education or Less
  • Average Annual In-State Tuition at Public Four-Year Colleges and Universities
  • State Government FTE Employment per 100 Persons
  • Percentage of Roads Maintained by the State

Link to State Doc Pic of the Week in the Digital Repository: http://digitalstatelibnc.cdmhost.com/u?/p249901coll22,22949

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