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Pew Pension Data - States

Pew Pension Data - States

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How much of each state's unfunded pension liability would be solved by the Powerball jackpot? Not much.
How much of each state's unfunded pension liability would be solved by the Powerball jackpot? Not much.

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StateLiability% FundedFunded totalUnfunded totalPowerball% UL Covered
California516,306,424$ 78%402,719,011$ 113,587,413$ 400,000$ 0.35% Illinois138,794,302$ 45%62,457,436$ 76,336,866$ 400,000$ 0.52% Ohio175,368,439$ 67%117,496,854$ 57,871,585$ 400,000$ 0.69% New Jersey123,234,638$ 71%87,496,593$ 35,738,045$ 400,000$ 1.12% Pennsylvania118,165,428$ 75%88,624,071$ 29,541,357$ 400,000$ 1.35% Texas163,417,834$ 83%135,636,802$ 27,781,032$ 400,000$ 1.44% Florida148,116,907$ 82%121,455,864$ 26,661,043$ 400,000$ 1.50% Michigan77,848,000$ 72%56,050,560$ 21,797,440$ 400,000$ 1.84% Virginia75,889,000$ 72%54,640,080$ 21,248,920$ 400,000$ 1.88% Connecticut44,826,900$ 53%23,758,257$ 21,068,643$ 400,000$ 1.90% Colorado59,338,149$ 66%39,163,178$ 20,174,971$ 400,000$ 1.98% Maryland54,498,265$ 64%34,878,890$ 19,619,375$ 400,000$ 2.04% Massachusetts63,937,435$ 71%45,395,579$ 18,541,856$ 400,000$ 2.16% Louisiana41,356,966$ 56%23,159,901$ 18,197,065$ 400,000$ 2.20% Kentucky37,006,999$ 54%19,983,779$ 17,023,220$ 400,000$ 2.35% Oklahoma36,368,239$ 56%20,366,214$ 16,002,025$ 400,000$ 2.50% South Carolina43,963,133$ 66%29,015,668$ 14,947,465$ 400,000$ 2.68% Indiana39,005,478$ 65%25,353,561$ 13,651,917$ 400,000$ 2.93% Missouri57,205,874$ 77%44,048,523$ 13,157,351$ 400,000$ 3.04% Alabama42,942,101$ 70%30,059,471$ 12,882,630$ 400,000$ 3.10% Georgia81,093,057$ 85%68,929,098$ 12,163,959$ 400,000$ 3.29% Arizona46,500,674$ 75%34,875,506$ 11,625,169$ 400,000$ 3.44% Mississippi32,201,243$ 64%20,608,796$ 11,592,447$ 400,000$ 3.45% Minnesota57,604,243$ 80%46,083,394$ 11,520,849$ 400,000$ 3.47% Nevada35,163,755$ 70%24,614,629$ 10,549,127$ 400,000$ 3.79% New York156,572,000$ 94%147,177,680$ 9,394,320$ 400,000$ 4.26% New Mexico30,184,912$ 72%21,733,137$ 8,451,775$ 400,000$ 4.73% Kansas21,853,783$ 62%13,549,345$ 8,304,438$ 400,000$ 4.82% Oregon59,329,500$ 87%51,616,665$ 7,712,835$ 400,000$ 5.19% Hawaii18,483,700$ 61%11,275,057$ 7,208,643$ 400,000$ 5.55% Rhode Island13,382,099$ 49%6,557,229$ 6,824,870$ 400,000$ 5.86% Alaska16,592,762$ 60%9,955,657$ 6,637,105$ 400,000$ 6.03% West Virginia14,986,050$ 58%8,691,909$ 6,294,141$ 400,000$ 6.36%

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