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R&D Expenditures Over Time (2017 Adj. Dollars) in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeValue
1California06000$138,007,727
2Massachusetts25000$29,557,546
3Texas48000$23,930,163
4New York36000$23,706,498
5Washington53000$23,389,894
6Michigan26000$22,267,481
7Maryland24000$22,192,926
8New Jersey34000$17,938,175
9Illinois17000$17,867,706
10Pennsylvania42000$17,791,108
11North Carolina37000$13,700,787
12Ohio39000$12,246,451
13Florida12000$9,989,370
14Virginia51000$9,531,826
15Connecticut09000$9,493,016
16Minnesota27000$8,548,311
17Arizona04000$8,211,281
18Georgia13000$7,822,164
19Indiana18000$7,600,541
20Oregon41000$7,539,263
21Missouri29000$7,357,471
22Colorado08000$7,020,441
23Wisconsin55000$6,655,835
24New Mexico35000$6,440,340
25Alabama01000$5,159,626
26Tennessee47000$4,641,825
27Utah49000$4,245,559
28Iowa19000$3,867,677
29District of Columbia11000$3,590,903
30Kansas20000$2,849,437
31New Hampshire33000$2,393,936
32Idaho16000$2,353,083
33Delaware10000$2,333,679
34South Carolina45000$2,324,487
35Kentucky21000$1,685,151
36Rhode Island44000$1,675,959
37Oklahoma40000$1,400,207
38Nebraska31000$1,153,052
39Louisiana22000$1,046,836
40Mississippi28000$939,599
41Nevada32000$805,808
42Arkansas05000$715,934
43Hawaii15000$564,781
44North Dakota38000$525,971
45Maine23000$493,290
46West Virginia54000$459,587
47Montana30000$402,394
48Vermont50000$384,010
49Alaska02000$309,455
50Wyoming56000$298,221
51South Dakota46000$295,157

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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