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Federal Government Share of R&D Expenditures in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodePct. of Total
1District of Columbia1100071.8%
2Alabama0100049.8%
3Maryland2400048.1%
4Mississippi2800024.6%
5Rhode Island4400019.3%
6Virginia5100018.1%
7Hawaii1500014.2%
8West Virginia5400011.0%
9Montana3000010.6%
10Oklahoma400009.9%
11Florida120008.4%
12New Mexico350007.9%
13Ohio390005.9%
14Louisiana220005.2%
15Utah490005.1%
16Colorado080005.0%
17North Dakota380004.9%
18South Dakota460004.1%
19New Jersey340004.0%
20Alaska020003.9%
21South Carolina450003.6%
22Tennessee470003.4%
23Arkansas050003.0%
23Nebraska310003.0%
25Arizona040002.6%
25Georgia130002.6%
27North Carolina370002.3%
28Pennsylvania420002.1%
29Nevada320001.8%
29Wyoming560001.8%
31Idaho160001.7%
32Iowa190001.6%
32Kentucky210001.6%
32Texas480001.6%
35California060001.3%
36Massachusetts250001.1%
36New York360001.1%
38Maine230001.0%
38Vermont500001.0%
38Washington530001.0%
41Indiana180000.9%
42Kansas200000.8%
42New Hampshire330000.8%
42Oregon410000.8%
45Wisconsin550000.7%
46Illinois170000.6%
47Missouri290000.5%
48Michigan260000.4%
48Minnesota270000.4%
50Connecticut090000.2%
50Delaware100000.2%

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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