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R&D Expenditures Over Time (2014 Adj. Dollars) in 2010

RankStateFIPS CodeValue
1California06000$87,976,950
2Massachusetts25000$22,427,690
3Texas48000$21,177,002
4Maryland24000$20,009,911
5New Jersey34000$19,411,709
6New York36000$18,720,140
7Washington53000$18,125,195
8Illinois17000$17,177,409
9Michigan26000$15,963,634
10Pennsylvania42000$14,199,426
11Virginia51000$11,774,049
12Ohio39000$10,910,944
13Missouri29000$10,054,353
14North Carolina37000$9,515,863
15Florida12000$8,687,500
16Connecticut09000$8,096,898
17Minnesota27000$8,027,415
18Indiana18000$6,883,123
19New Mexico35000$6,758,271
20Colorado08000$6,699,645
21Arizona04000$5,950,536
22Georgia13000$5,921,223
23Wisconsin55000$5,809,399
24Oregon41000$5,714,946
25Tennessee47000$4,293,809
26Alabama01000$4,069,076
27Utah49000$3,481,731
28Iowa19000$3,002,952
29South Carolina45000$2,624,055
30Delaware10000$2,528,516
31New Hampshire33000$2,343,953
32Kansas20000$2,175,675
33Idaho16000$1,935,743
34Kentucky21000$1,627,413
35Rhode Island44000$1,562,273
36Louisiana22000$1,309,313
37Oklahoma40000$1,117,150
38Nevada32000$1,020,526
39Nebraska31000$1,016,183
40Mississippi28000$929,330
41Hawaii15000$750,195
42Arkansas05000$647,057
43West Virginia54000$641,629
44Maine23000$530,891
45North Dakota38000$509,177
46Vermont50000$491,807
47Montana30000$425,581
48Alaska02000$385,411
49South Dakota46000$294,216
50Wyoming56000$117,252

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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