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Table: Potential Impact of Selected Trump Budget Proposals in 2018, by State

March 16, 2017
State Vouchers Cut Public Housing Funding Cut CDBG Funding Cut HOME Funding Cut
Alabama  -2,783 -$57,522,695 -$40,510,462 -$12,805,018
Alaska  -454 -$3,651,155 -$4,199,056 -$3,568,935
Arizona  -1,955 -$9,151,525 -$49,576,409 -$15,798,965
Arkansas  -1,869 -$16,372,095 -$23,494,915 -$7,957,142
California  -27,252 -$62,674,450 -$356,855,242 -$129,452,836
Colorado  -2,672 -$12,348,535 -$33,799,265 -$13,199,809
Connecticut  -3,282 -$27,108,400 -$35,627,649 -$10,906,329
Deleware  -413 -$4,546,025 -$6,417,563 -$4,140,401
District of Columbia  -1,029 -$19,430,635 -$13,778,139 -$3,906,911
Florida  -9,025 -$53,776,685 -$132,075,735 -$45,345,600
Georgia  -4,949 -$56,206,315 -$77,013,447 -$25,542,237
Hawaii  -882 -$10,603,325 -$12,205,032 -$5,325,779
Idaho  -599 -$850,340 -$11,599,185 -$4,112,118
Illinois  -8,298 -$112,662,730 -$149,547,787 -$41,124,946
Indiana  -3,191 -$21,235,015 -$60,833,178 -$18,963,083
Iowa  -1,846 -$3,491,945 -$33,225,933 -$8,076,368
Kansas  -1,034 -$9,522,405 -$23,909,769 -$7,678,549
Kentucky  -2,797 -$27,802,275 -$39,217,682 -$13,192,329
Louisiana  -4,252 -$31,242,370 -$43,971,970 -$13,031,724
Maine  -1,071 -$6,290,625 -$16,494,704 -$4,303,357
Maryland  -4,269 -$41,795,675 -$45,051,559 -$12,596,910
Massachusetts  -7,563 -$66,482,375 -$91,588,301 -$24,496,334
Michigan  -4,945 -$32,135,105 -$111,447,354 -$29,024,174
Minnesota  -2,821 -$24,233,165 -$47,941,187 -$13,532,759
Mississippi  -2,289 -$13,099,750 -$26,789,607 -$8,151,443
Missouri  -3,627 -$21,669,945 -$57,263,371 -$17,387,170
Montana  -514 -$2,428,715 -$7,609,786 -$3,824,936
Nebraska  -1,023 -$6,966,810 -$16,524,837 -$5,453,697
Nevada  -1,337 -$6,468,135 -$19,987,856 -$8,931,309
New Hampshire  -872 -$5,048,970 -$11,392,754 -$3,789,439
New Jersey  -6,148 -$69,552,200 -$81,306,178 -$24,516,493
New Mexico  -1,102 -$5,201,165 -$16,494,345 -$5,364,136
New York  -20,293 -$429,984,120 -$288,016,281 -$92,909,944
North Carolina  -5,187 -$53,301,495 -$71,615,290 -$25,974,357
North Dakota  -576 -$1,789,740 -$4,967,535 -$3,379,722
Ohio  -8,213 -$79,316,165 -$137,466,074 -$38,905,750
Oklahoma  -2,116 -$15,826,755 -$24,611,920 -$10,114,390
Oregon  -3,024 -$9,124,685 -$31,670,366 -$13,037,794
Pennsylvania  -7,015 -$125,475,170 -$169,582,362 -$40,648,993
Rhode Island  -846 -$14,790,975 -$15,183,311 -$5,014,769
South Carolina  -2,265 -$21,849,285 -$34,666,265 -$12,117,028
South Dakota  -485 -$1,473,150 -$6,445,895 -$3,380,713
Tennessee  -3,217 -$50,713,875 -$45,556,459 -$17,420,167
Texas  -13,280 -$75,057,450 -$216,584,233 -$64,472,644
Utah  -987 -$1,909,605 -$19,496,384 -$6,521,923
Vermont  -571 -$1,845,250 -$7,143,768 -$3,407,339
Virginia  -4,153 -$31,960,645 -$50,846,097 -$18,353,604
Washington  -4,660 -$22,275,370 -$51,455,458 -$19,052,429
West Virginia  -1,224 -$7,739,375 -$18,687,152 -$5,406,396
Wisconsin  -2,432 -$11,426,825 -$56,738,253 -$18,120,865
Wyoming  -235 -$832,650 -$3,482,431 -$3,527,300
Total -199,970 -$1,923,831,420 -$3,014,354,774 -$964,813,378

Source: CBPP analysis of HUD and Office of Management and Budget data.

Note: CDBG = Community Development Block Grant. Funding cuts are relative to 2016 funding levels; housing voucher cuts are relative to the number of households that would be assisted under the fiscal year 2017 funding bills approved last summer by the House and Senate appropriations committees, but not yet enacted into law. The estimates for vouchers and public housing are based in part on preliminary budget documents, as the documents released on March 16 contained few program-level details. National figures include data from U.S. territories.

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