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On average, how much per U.S. household do all levels of government spend on social programs (like healthcare, income security, and education)?

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During 2015, all levels of government in the U.S. spent $3.6 trillion on social programs, or an average of $29,203 per household. In addition, the private sector spends 11% of the U.S. gross domestic product on private social spending, or an average of $15,925 per household.

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