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Workers Represented by Unions in 2005

RankStateFIPS CodeNumber
1California060002,610,000
2New York360002,201,000
3Illinois17000965,000
4Michigan26000916,000
5Ohio39000866,000
6New Jersey34000838,000
7Pennsylvania42000818,000
8Texas48000590,000
9Washington53000559,000
10Florida12000532,000
11Wisconsin55000438,000
12Massachusetts25000431,000
13Minnesota27000410,000
14Maryland24000379,000
15Indiana18000368,000
16Missouri29000319,000
17Connecticut09000263,000
18Oregon41000231,000
19Georgia13000226,000
20Alabama01000223,000
21Virginia51000211,000
22Colorado08000193,000
23Iowa19000185,000
24Kentucky21000184,000
25Arizona04000181,000
26Nevada32000158,000
27Tennessee47000156,000
28Hawaii15000145,000
29North Carolina37000143,000
30Louisiana22000132,000
31Kansas20000115,000
32West Virginia54000107,000
33Mississippi28000105,000
34Oklahoma4000091,000
35New Mexico3500083,000
35Rhode Island4400083,000
37Maine2300079,000
37Nebraska3100079,000
39New Hampshire3300072,000
40Arkansas0500068,000
41Alaska0200066,000
42Utah4900063,000
43South Carolina4500058,000
44Delaware1000050,000
45Montana3000048,000
46Idaho1600038,000
47Vermont5000037,000
48District of Columbia1100033,000
49South Dakota4600029,000
50North Dakota3800026,000
51Wyoming5600022,000

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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