The top export of each U.S. state.

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The U.S. Census Bureau publishes data on international trade for each of the 50 states, including lists of the top-25 exported goods from each state by dollar value. Here’s the largest export from each state in 2019:

  • Alabama—Passenger motor vehicles with spark-ignition
  • Alaska—Zinc ores and concentrates
  • Arizona—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • Arkansas—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • California—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • Colorado—Meat of bovine animals, boneless, fresh or chilled
  • Connecticut—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • Delaware—Medicaments, in measured doses, etc.
  • Florida—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • Georgia—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • Hawaii—Light Oils and Preparations: Motor sprit
  • Idaho—Photosensitive semi-conductor devices, including photovoltaic cells; Light emitting diodes
  • Illinois—Light Oils and Preparations: Motor sprit
  • Indiana—Medicaments, in measured doses, etc.
  • Iowa—Tractors of an engine power exceeding 130kW
  • Kansas—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • Kentucky—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • Louisiana—Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, other than crude
  • Maine—Lobsters, live, fresh, or chilled
  • Maryland—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • Massachusetts—Gold, non-monetary, unwrought (but not powder)
  • Michigan—Motor Vehicles For Goods Transport Others, With Spark-ignition Internal Combustion Piston Engine, Gvw Not Over 5 Metric Tons
  • Minnesota—Medical, surgical instruments and appliances; catheters, cannulae and the like
  • Mississippi—Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, other than crude
  • Missouri—Motor Vehicles For Goods Transport Others, With Spark-ignition Internal Combustion Piston Engine, Gvw Not Over 5 Metric Tons
  • Montana—Cigarettes containing tobacco
  • Nebraska—Soybeans, other than seed
  • Nevada—Gold, non-monetary, unwrought (but not powder)
  • New Hampshire—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • New Jersey—Palladium, unwrought or in powder form
  • New Mexico—Parts and accessories for automatic data processing machines
  • New York—Diamonds whether or not worked, but not mounted or set
  • North Carolina—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • North Dakota—Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, other than crude
  • Ohio—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • Oklahoma—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • Oregon—Electronic integrated circuits as processors and controllers
  • Pennsylvania—Bituminous coal, not agglomerated
  • Rhode Island—Waste and scrap of precious metal
  • South Carolina—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • South Dakota—Brewing or distilling dregs and waste; whether or not in the form of pellets
  • Tennessee—Instruments and appliances used in medical, surgical or veterinary sciences
  • Texas—Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, crude
  • Utah—Gold, non-monetary, unwrought (but not powder)
  • Vermont—Electronic integrated circuits as processors and controllers
  • Virginia—Bituminous coal, not agglomerated
  • Washington—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • West Virginia—Bituminous coal, not agglomerated
  • Wisconsin—Civilian aircraft, engines and parts
  • Wyoming—Disodium carbonate

Source: United States Census Bureau