Cali and Colorado have higher population offsets...Nevada has lots of tourism dollars. Not saying it is the only consideration, but my point is there are a lot of dynamics involved in the figures besides just those 3 measures. Wyoming, for example, gets significant income from energy extraction taxes that offsets our very low population. Florida and Arizona are probably higher up the list than they would be if they were less popular with retirees. Their research and is sound...just an incomplete picture to think that there aren't more dynamics involved in level of fed dollars going to different states.