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Industry R&D Expenditures in 2015

RankStateFIPS CodeValue ($000)
1California06000$107,982,000
2Massachusetts25000$21,484,000
3Texas48000$17,350,000
4Michigan26000$17,136,000
5Washington53000$16,940,000
6New York36000$15,329,000
7New Jersey34000$14,113,000
8Illinois17000$12,710,000
9Pennsylvania42000$10,354,000
10Ohio39000$9,044,000
11North Carolina37000$8,572,000
12Connecticut09000$8,533,000
13Minnesota27000$6,820,000
14Oregon41000$6,357,000
15Indiana18000$6,252,000
16Missouri29000$6,078,000
17Florida12000$5,816,000
18Arizona04000$5,515,000
19Maryland24000$5,136,000
20Wisconsin55000$4,676,000
21Georgia13000$4,614,000
22Virginia51000$4,486,000
23Colorado08000$4,362,000
24Utah49000$3,274,000
25Delaware10000$2,681,000
26Iowa19000$2,539,000
27Kansas20000$2,126,000
28New Hampshire33000$1,932,000
29Tennessee47000$1,570,000
30Alabama01000$1,561,000
31Idaho16000$1,554,000
32Kentucky21000$1,292,000
33South Carolina45000$1,289,000
34Rhode Island44000$751,000
35Oklahoma40000$661,000
36Nebraska31000$578,000
37New Mexico35000$502,000
38Louisiana22000$400,000
39Nevada32000$381,000
40Arkansas05000$302,000
41District of Columbia11000$299,000
42Maine23000$298,000
43Vermont50000$247,000
44Montana30000$225,000
45Mississippi28000$216,000
46North Dakota38000$211,000
47West Virginia54000$201,000
48Hawaii15000$186,000
49Wyoming56000$177,000
50South Dakota46000$139,000
51Alaska02000$66,000

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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