By comparison, the USA is at -7.7% of GDP which would put it as one of the dark red states along with the UK and Spain. Japan is at -9.1% of GDP.
A few interesting things to note:
-The PIIGS have managed to reduce their deficits quite succesfully, we now have a lower deficit level than the UK, USA and Japan
-Ireland's deficit has also shrank considerably, yet our GDP has been growing for two years straight
-Astronomically high deficit in the UK, which is usually considered relatively OK economy wise
-Italy, one of the PIIGS, has a very sustainable deficit level
-Greece's deficit is quite sane (without interest, they actually have a surplus)
And a list for the whole world (2012):