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Workers Represented by Unions in 2008

RankStateFIPS CodeNumber
1California060002,909,000
2New York360002,170,000
3Illinois17000993,000
4Pennsylvania42000899,000
5Michigan26000801,000
6Ohio39000783,000
7New Jersey34000731,000
8Washington53000626,000
9Florida12000601,000
10Texas48000559,000
11Massachusetts25000491,000
12Wisconsin55000422,000
13Minnesota27000412,000
14Indiana18000386,000
15Maryland24000380,000
16Missouri29000327,000
17Connecticut09000291,000
18Oregon41000272,000
19Arizona04000254,000
20Nevada32000217,000
21Colorado08000208,000
22Alabama01000199,000
23Georgia13000189,000
23North Carolina37000189,000
25Iowa19000187,000
26Virginia51000178,000
27Tennessee47000166,000
28Kentucky21000163,000
29Hawaii15000143,000
30Oklahoma40000127,000
31West Virginia54000112,000
32Kansas20000111,000
33South Carolina45000105,000
34Louisiana2200097,000
35New Mexico3500094,000
36Nebraska3100090,000
37Arkansas0500085,000
38Maine2300084,000
38Utah4900084,000
40Rhode Island4400082,000
41Mississippi2800079,000
41New Hampshire3300079,000
43Alaska0200071,000
44Montana3000061,000
45Delaware1000057,000
46Idaho1600048,000
47District of Columbia1100041,000
48Vermont5000036,000
49North Dakota3800025,000
50South Dakota4600024,000
51Wyoming5600021,000

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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