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R&D Expenditures Over Time (2014 Adj. Dollars) in 2004

RankStateFIPS CodeValue
1California06000$74,701,550
2Michigan26000$20,956,588
3Massachusetts25000$20,035,460
4Maryland24000$17,972,636
5Texas48000$17,878,644
6New York36000$16,433,664
7New Jersey34000$15,615,302
8Illinois17000$14,161,550
9Washington53000$13,705,373
10Pennsylvania42000$13,551,225
11Connecticut09000$9,876,741
12Ohio39000$9,795,281
13Virginia51000$9,205,008
14North Carolina37000$8,134,745
15Minnesota27000$7,509,381
16Colorado08000$6,889,030
17Florida12000$6,778,745
18Indiana18000$6,429,093
19New Mexico35000$6,409,041
20Wisconsin55000$4,605,637
21Oregon41000$4,591,851
22Georgia13000$4,580,572
23Arizona04000$4,441,463
24Tennessee47000$3,985,286
25Missouri29000$3,807,326
26Alabama01000$3,458,927
27District of Columbia11000$2,986,458
28Kansas20000$2,718,266
29Rhode Island44000$2,305,952
30New Hampshire33000$2,086,635
31Iowa19000$2,036,506
32Utah49000$2,007,682
33South Carolina45000$2,003,922
34Delaware10000$1,481,323
35Idaho16000$1,260,754
35Kentucky21000$1,260,754
37Louisiana22000$1,218,144
38Oklahoma40000$1,020,133
39Nebraska31000$927,394
40Mississippi28000$815,856
41Nevada32000$780,765
42North Dakota38000$699,305
43Vermont50000$684,266
44West Virginia54000$655,442
45Arkansas05000$644,163
46Hawaii15000$614,085
47Maine23000$481,242
48Montana30000$369,704
49Alaska02000$339,627
50South Dakota46000$186,732
51Wyoming56000$122,817

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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