State revenues dipped 5 percent on average from April through September 2020 compared to the same period in 2019. Alaska's revenues fell 33 percent — the largest decline among the states. Meanwhile, a few states, including New Mexico and Idaho, saw significant increases in year-over-year revenues.

Source: Lucy Dadayan, “Congress Needs to Understand State Tax Revenue Declines When Drafting COVID-19 Legislation,” Tax Policy Center, Dec. 10, 2020, https://tinyurl.com/toaxl2k4

Data for the graphic are as follows:

State Percentage Change in Revenue
New Mexico 12%
Idaho 10%
Utah 7%
South Dakota 5%
Vermont 4%
Delaware 3%
Alabama 2%
Colorado 1%
Rhode Island 0%
Nebraska 0%
United States -5%
New Jersey -10%
Texas -11%
North Dakota -11%
Louisiana -12%
Oregon -14%
Nevada -15%
Florida -18%
Wyoming -19%
Hawaii -20%
Alaska -33%

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