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Percent of Workers who are Members of Unions in 2005

RankStateFIPS CodePercent (%)
1New York3600026.1 %
2Hawaii1500025.8 %
3Alaska0200022.8 %
4Michigan2600020.5 %
4New Jersey3400020.5 %
6Washington5300019.1 %
7Illinois1700016.9 %
8California0600016.5 %
9Wisconsin5500016.1 %
10Ohio3900016.0 %
11Connecticut0900015.9 %
11Rhode Island4400015.9 %
13Minnesota2700015.7 %
14Oregon4100014.5 %
15West Virginia5400014.4 %
16Massachusetts2500013.9 %
17Nevada3200013.8 %
17Pennsylvania4200013.8 %
19Maryland2400013.3 %
20Indiana1800012.4 %
21Maine2300011.9 %
22Delaware1000011.8 %
23Iowa1900011.5 %
23Missouri2900011.5 %
25District of Columbia1100011.3 %
26Vermont5000010.8 %
27Montana3000010.7 %
28New Hampshire3300010.4 %
29Alabama0100010.2 %
30Kentucky210009.7 %
31Colorado080008.3 %
31Nebraska310008.3 %
33New Mexico350008.1 %
34Wyoming560007.9 %
35North Dakota380007.3 %
36Mississippi280007.1 %
37Kansas200007.0 %
38Louisiana220006.4 %
39Arizona040006.1 %
40South Dakota460005.9 %
41Florida120005.4 %
41Oklahoma400005.4 %
41Tennessee470005.4 %
44Texas480005.3 %
45Idaho160005.2 %
46Georgia130005.0 %
47Utah490004.9 %
48Arkansas050004.8 %
48Virginia510004.8 %
50North Carolina370002.9 %
51South Carolina450002.3 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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