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Percent of Workers who are Members of Unions in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodePercent (%)
1New York3600023.6%
2Hawaii1500019.9%
3Alaska0200018.5%
4Connecticut0900017.5%
5Washington5300017.4%
6New Jersey3400016.1%
7California0600015.9%
8Rhode Island4400015.5%
9Illinois1700014.5%
10Michigan2600014.4%
11Minnesota2700014.2%
12Oregon4100013.5%
13Ohio3900012.4%
14Massachusetts2500012.1%
14Nevada3200012.1%
14Pennsylvania4200012.1%
17Montana3000011.9%
18West Virginia5400011.8%
19Vermont5000011.5%
20Delaware1000011.4%
20Maine2300011.4%
22Kentucky2100011.1%
23Maryland2400011.0%
24Indiana1800010.4%
25Colorado080009.8%
26Missouri290009.7%
27District of Columbia110009.5%
28New Hampshire330009.4%
29Iowa190008.9%
30Kansas200008.6%
31Alabama010008.1%
31Wisconsin550008.1%
33Nebraska310007.4%
34Mississippi280006.6%
35New Mexico350006.3%
35Wyoming560006.3%
37Idaho160006.1%
38Tennessee470005.7%
39Florida120005.6%
40North Dakota380005.5%
41Oklahoma400005.4%
42South Dakota460005.2%
43Utah490004.7%
44Arizona040004.5%
45Virginia510004.3%
46Louisiana220004.2%
47Texas480004.0%
48Arkansas050003.9%
48Georgia130003.9%
50North Carolina370003.0%
51South Carolina450001.6%

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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