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In the U.S., does government at all levels (federal, state, and local) spend more money on education or prisons?

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In 2012, government spent about 10 times more on education than prisons. The exact figures are $811.6 billion for education and $83.8 billion for prisons.

DocumentationGovernment Spending (Table 3.16)

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