The Financial State of the Cities report is a comprehensive analysis of the fiscal health of the nation's most populous cities based on fiscal year 2016 comprehensive annual financial reports. This is the second year the report, released on January 24, was produced by Truth in Accounting.
The organization states that they found that 64 cities (out of 75 studied) do not have enough money to pay all of their bills, and in total, the cities have racked up $335.4 billion in unfunded municipal debt. The study ranks the cities according to their Taxpayer Burden or Surplus™, which is each taxpayer's share of city bills after available assets have been tapped. Check out the data for your city at the State Data Lab.
You can access a PDF of the report HERE. Stockton's summary is on page 30.