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Table 8 Average annual and cumulative deficit (2006–2017)

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

RankStateAverage annual deficitCumulative deficit
1Texas$163.61M$1.96B
2Louisiana$148.08M$1.78B
3California$82.95M$1.B
4New Jersey$50.89M$.61B
5Florida$41.53M$.5B
6Ohio$36.7M$.44B
7Pennsylvania$34.19M$.41B
8Washington$27.57M$.33B
9Indiana$25.52M$.31B
10Alabama$25.5M$.31B
11Kentucky$24.31M$.29B
12New York$20.76M$.25B
13Michigan$18.26M$.22B
14Tennessee$16.27M$.2B
15Illinois$15.03M$.18B
16Mississippi$14.13M$.17B
17West Virginia$14.06M$.17B
18Maryland$12.33M$.15B
19Hawaii$11.67M$.14B
20Puerto Rico$10.72M$.13B
21Georgia$10.44M$.13B
22Massachusetts$10.33M$.12B
23Virginia$9.82M$.12B
24Maine$8.67M$.1B
25South Carolina$7.43M$.09B
26Connecticut$7.07M$.08B
27Oregon$6.94M$.08B
28Delaware$6.7M$.08B
29Missouri$5.86M$.07B
30Wisconsin$4.8M$.06B
31Alaska$4.77M$.06B
32Arkansas$4.53M$.05B
33North Carolina$4.43M$.05B
34Minnesota$4.39M$.05B
35Rhode Island$4.17M$.05B
36Iowa$2.02M$.02B
37New Hampshire$1.58M$.02B
38Oklahoma$1.32M$.02B
39Guam$.2M$.B
40Kansas$.14M$.B
41District of Columbia$.09M$.B
42Nebraska$.02M$.B
43Idaho$.02M$.B
44Arizona$0$0
45Colorado$0$0
46Montana$0$0
47Nevada$0$0
48New Mexico$0$0
49North Dakota$0$0
50South Dakota$0$0
51Utah$0$0
52Vermont$0$0
53Wyoming$0$0