Far too many variables to say. Your marital status, filing status, number of dependents and their ages and relationship to you, deductions, other income, etc. all come in to play.
For example, using the 2011 tax tables, if you were single, had no dependents, claimed the standard deduction, and had no other income, the total federal income tax would be $67,562 or 25.98% of the total. If you were married, your spouse didn't work, you had 3 children all under age 17, took the standard deduction, and had no other income, the federal income tax would be $56,154 or 21.59% of the total.
State income taxes are all over the radar screen and could vary from 0% to as much as 8% or so on top of the federal income taxes.