I found a better website. Your site was too user-hostile, and it didn't provide the info in a convenient manner. Please look at: http://www.taxfoundation.org/publications/show/268.html .
Here are comments and questions that I have: 1. Massachusetts - surprisingly, is the most indebted state in the USA. 2. In general, many blue states have very high debts/GDP, and many red states have very low debts/GDP levels. 3. However, some of the information here implies that the red-states, such as Mississippi, do not tax their citizens fairly (that is, fairly relative to New Englanders). You see, for every $1.00 that a Mississippian pays in taxes, they consume $2.02 in tax dollars. This can be found on Wiki. This implies to me that Mississippi should increase their tax rates, and Massachusetts should lower its tax rates, since Massachusett's tax dollars are subsidizing poorer states like Mississippi.
An idea to have more fairly reflected state debts is this: States that pay a net outflow of tax (i.e. NOT tax consumers like Mississippi), should have extra money flow back into their treasury to pay off their debts. Alternatively, their state debts should be paid off first before they subsidize the lives of Mississippians.
4. California's debt is not that terribly bad. It's actually *LESS THAN THE NATIONAL AVERAGE*! (6.45% is less than 6.98%!).
5. The term "Taxachusetts" is *NOT* accurate to describe Massachusetts, which actually pays slightly *LESS* Than the national average!