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Table 10 Domestic and foreign shipping by state of destination (measured in millions of tons)

From: Jones Act: protectionist policy in the twenty-first century

StateDomestic tonsProportion domesticTotal tons
Texas1125.96M0.3003757.99M
Louisiana2205.21M0.6483401.41M
California363.87M0.1911905.4M
New Jersey288.04M0.2461168.99M
Florida538.16M0.564953.87M
Ohio766.68M0.909843.08M
Pennsylvania455.59M0.580785.35M
Washington356.2M0.562633.28M
Indiana566.92M0.967586.11M
Alabama363.88M0.621585.8M
Kentucky558.41M1.000558.41M
New York272.21M0.571476.79M
Michigan361.92M0.863419.52M
Tennessee373.64M1.000373.64M
Illinois321.23M0.931345.13M
Mississippi116.13M0.358324.62M
West Virginia322.87M1.000322.87M
Maryland102.94M0.363283.28M
Hawaii167.37M0.624268.05M
Georgia17.3M0.070246.3M
Puerto Rico81.08M0.338239.7M
Massachusetts87.64M0.369237.28M
Virginia84.96M0.377225.48M
Maine17.82M0.090199.06M
South Carolina27.35M0.160170.7M
Connecticut118.23M0.728162.42M
Oregon112.91M0.708159.5M
Delaware45.6M0.296153.91M
Missouri134.69M1.000134.69M
Wisconsin87.39M0.793110.23M
Alaska89.99M0.821109.62M
Arkansas104.16M1.000104.16M
Minnesota97.64M0.960101.72M
North Carolina42.58M0.422100.86M
Rhode Island38.81M0.40595.77M
Iowa46.41M1.00046.41M
New Hampshire6.31M0.17436.21M
Oklahoma30.31M1.00030.31M
Guam4.64M1.0004.64M
Kansas3.32M1.0003.32M
District of Columbia2.08M1.0002.08M
Nebraska0.46M1.000.46M
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