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R&D Expenditures Over Time (2014 Adj. Dollars) in 2005

RankStateFIPS CodeValue
1California06000$77,425,885
2Michigan26000$22,269,912
3Massachusetts25000$21,524,430
4Texas48000$19,233,436
5New Jersey34000$18,061,272
6Maryland24000$17,135,177
7New York36000$17,095,176
8Illinois17000$15,175,105
9Pennsylvania42000$14,444,169
10Washington53000$14,381,136
11Connecticut09000$10,893,735
12Virginia51000$10,385,837
13Ohio39000$10,020,975
14North Carolina37000$8,883,964
15Minnesota27000$8,651,228
16Florida12000$7,544,521
17Colorado08000$7,039,047
18Indiana18000$6,612,365
19New Mexico35000$6,382,053
20Arizona04000$5,017,155
21Oregon41000$4,751,690
22Georgia13000$4,687,446
23Wisconsin55000$4,608,655
24Missouri29000$4,396,526
25District of Columbia11000$4,051,058
26Tennessee47000$3,647,407
27Alabama01000$3,398,913
28Kansas20000$2,867,985
29South Carolina45000$2,555,246
30Rhode Island44000$2,412,210
31Utah49000$2,286,145
32New Hampshire33000$2,152,807
33Iowa19000$2,023,105
34Delaware10000$1,981,891
35Kentucky21000$1,377,020
36Idaho16000$1,248,531
37Louisiana22000$1,170,952
38Oklahoma40000$986,703
39Nebraska31000$969,733
40Mississippi28000$941,853
41Nevada32000$744,270
42West Virginia54000$687,298
43Arkansas05000$640,024
44Maine23000$635,175
45Hawaii15000$621,841
46Vermont50000$597,598
47Montana30000$385,469
48North Dakota38000$345,467
49Alaska02000$322,436
50South Dakota46000$190,310
51Wyoming56000$147,884

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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