This is from the Economist. Now, lemme see... so the top states sending money out of their states to pay for stuff in other states are Minnesota, New York, Illinois, California, Washington, Colorado, New Jersey, and Connecticut, and Delaware. These are all known as liberal states, which all likely have generous social safety nets (by US standards). All I'm saying is the talk of producers versus takers is disingenuous at best and shouldn't exist in polite society.
Postscript (01/21): Another way to think about this is that many states with generous social safety nets are not only supporting their own citizens, but also those who reside in stingier (or more conservative) states.