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Table 9 Deficit per person (2006–2017)

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

RankStateDeficit per person
1Louisiana$384.18
2Hawaii$99.74
3West Virginia$90.97
4Delaware$86.86
5Maine$78.29
6Alaska$77.91
7Texas$74.23
8New Jersey$68.62
9Kentucky$66.37
10Alabama$63.31
11Mississippi$56.70
12Rhode Island$47.58
13Washington$47.46
14Indiana$46.60
15Ohio$38.07
16Puerto Rico$33.61
17Pennsylvania$32.12
18Tennessee$30.05
19California$25.97
20Florida$25.49
21Maryland$24.96
22Connecticut$23.60
23Michigan$22.15
24Oregon$21.20
25South Carolina$18.68
26Massachusetts$18.52
27Arkansas$18.39
28Guam$14.69
29New Hampshire$14.29
30Virginia$14.26
31Illinois$14.00
32Georgia$12.88
33New York$12.68
34Missouri$11.64
35Wisconsin$10.03
36Minnesota$9.80
37Iowa$7.85
38North Carolina$5.35
39Oklahoma$4.11
40District of Columbia$1.68
41Kansas$0.60
42Nebraska$0.13
43Idaho$0.12
44South Dakota$0.00
45Arizona$0.00
46Montana$0.00
47Vermont$0.00
48New Mexico$0.00
49Utah$0.00
50Nevada$0.00
51North Dakota$0.00
52Colorado$0.00
53Wyoming$0.00