["Americans in some cities, counties and congressional districts bear a much heavier burden to finance federal spending than in others.
America’s highest-federal-tax major city area is Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut, which pays $82,745 per household. San Francisco pays the second highest taxes at $36,409, and San Jose is third at $34,577. America’s lowest-tax city area surrounds Mission, Texas, and pays $7,238 per household.
Forty percent of federal taxes are paid by counties that make up only one percent of the nation’s land area. California alone pays roughly 14 percent of federal taxes."]
Full Report. 12 p.
Data - City. Various pagings.
Data - County. Various pagings.
Data - Congressional District. Various pagings.