Here are a couple of maps, though I have forgotten where I saw them referenced:
Some profess to see in this a split of makers vs takers, but we must be careful, since those terms could be taken as a value judgment rather than a cheap rhyme. Someone on social security is a taker, since they will not have paid in enough to cover what they will take out. That doesn't make them bad people: they did pay in, the most of them, often for many years. A better term might be dependents vs. independents. However noble or worthy one may be, one is either dependent on a government payment or not. Example: General Motors, plaintiff bar lawyers, school teachers, firefighters, etc. Not all of them are parasites. Not even most of them. It is not the parasitical or unworthy nature of dependence on government that puts us at hazard; it is the very dependency itself.
Get off my lawn, and don't touch my social security.