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R&D Expenditures Over Time (2015 Adj. Dollars) in 2009

RankStateFIPS CodeValue
1California06000$88,019,229
2Massachusetts25000$22,376,291
3New Jersey34000$22,340,938
4Texas48000$22,125,505
5Washington53000$21,336,689
6Maryland24000$20,314,764
7New York36000$18,218,989
8Michigan26000$15,374,171
9Pennsylvania42000$14,891,381
10Illinois17000$13,799,854
11Virginia51000$12,648,670
12Connecticut09000$12,646,460
13Ohio39000$11,150,583
14North Carolina37000$8,960,901
15Minnesota27000$8,758,726
16Florida12000$7,841,755
17Arizona04000$7,193,247
18Indiana18000$7,133,589
19Colorado08000$6,724,819
20Georgia13000$6,538,110
21New Mexico35000$6,426,527
22Wisconsin55000$5,446,584
23Oregon41000$5,373,668
24District of Columbia11000$4,640,092
25Alabama01000$4,348,429
26Tennessee47000$4,336,276
27Utah49000$3,019,374
28Iowa19000$2,881,276
29South Carolina45000$2,514,488
30Delaware10000$2,479,135
31Kansas20000$2,328,884
32Idaho16000$1,726,777
33Kentucky21000$1,714,624
34Louisiana22000$1,298,121
35Rhode Island44000$1,272,711
36Nebraska31000$1,142,346
37Oklahoma40000$1,108,098
38Arkansas05000$1,089,317
39Nevada32000$930,228
40Mississippi28000$929,123
41Maine23000$836,321
42Hawaii15000$741,310
43West Virginia54000$726,948
44Vermont50000$608,736
45North Dakota38000$491,629
46Montana30000$401,037
47Alaska02000$331,435
48South Dakota46000$290,558
49Wyoming56000$155,775

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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