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R&D Expenditures Over Time (2015 Adj. Dollars) in 2011

RankStateFIPS CodeValue
1California06000$96,328,756
2Massachusetts25000$23,204,462
3Texas48000$21,730,343
4Maryland24000$20,250,956
5New York36000$19,562,893
6Washington53000$18,944,374
7Michigan26000$17,251,087
8Illinois17000$16,831,717
9New Jersey34000$16,548,273
10Pennsylvania42000$14,383,984
11Virginia51000$11,765,553
12Ohio39000$10,915,222
13North Carolina37000$9,858,366
14Florida12000$9,560,171
15Connecticut09000$9,205,076
16Indiana18000$7,985,951
17Minnesota27000$7,791,018
18Colorado08000$7,230,452
19Arizona04000$6,799,491
20New Mexico35000$6,395,926
21Georgia13000$6,089,301
22Wisconsin55000$5,905,958
23Oregon41000$5,811,125
24Alabama01000$5,211,573
25Tennessee47000$4,444,484
26Utah49000$3,451,903
27Iowa19000$3,312,816
28New Hampshire33000$2,603,679
29South Carolina45000$2,517,276
30Delaware10000$2,419,283
31Kansas20000$2,192,738
32Kentucky21000$1,996,751
33Idaho16000$1,891,382
34Louisiana22000$1,604,777
35Rhode Island44000$1,470,958
36Oklahoma40000$1,271,809
37Nebraska31000$1,174,869
38Mississippi28000$991,527
39Nevada32000$936,734
40Hawaii15000$786,056
41Arkansas05000$714,405
42West Virginia54000$629,056
43Maine23000$563,727
44Vermont50000$546,867
45North Dakota38000$531,062
46Montana30000$429,907
47Alaska02000$401,458
48South Dakota46000$308,733
49Wyoming56000$121,175

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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