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Percent Change in Total Patents 2010 to 2015

RankStateFIPS CodePatents
1District of Columbia1100092.0 %
2South Carolina4500062.5 %
3South Dakota4600056.1 %
4California0600045.0 %
5Michigan2600044.6 %
6Colorado0800042.6 %
7Montana3000042.4 %
8Arkansas0500042.1 %
9Alaska0200039.4 %
10Utah4900039.3 %
11Kansas2000037.5 %
11Massachusetts2500037.5 %
13Indiana1800034.2 %
14Illinois1700034.0 %
15Iowa1900033.3 %
16Nebraska3100033.2 %
17Florida1200032.0 %
18Texas4800031.6 %
19Georgia1300031.0 %
20Virginia5100028.9 %
21Wyoming5600028.1 %
22Arizona0400026.4 %
23Louisiana2200025.6 %
24North Carolina3700024.9 %
25Nevada3200023.5 %
26Washington5300021.2 %
27Minnesota2700021.1 %
28Oregon4100019.5 %
29Kentucky2100019.1 %
30New York3600016.0 %
31New Jersey3400015.7 %
32Hawaii1500015.3 %
33New Hampshire3300015.2 %
33Wisconsin5500015.2 %
35Maryland2400013.5 %
36North Dakota3800013.4 %
37Connecticut0900012.1 %
38Rhode Island4400011.0 %
39Missouri290009.7 %
40Pennsylvania420008.7 %
40Tennessee470008.7 %
42Ohio390007.9 %
43Maine230002.7 %
44Oklahoma400002.6 %
45West Virginia540001.5 %
46Mississippi280001.2 %
47New Mexico350000.0 %
48Alabama01000-3.5 %
49Delaware10000-3.8 %
50Idaho16000-21.8 %
51Vermont50000-29.6 %

Data Source: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

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