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Percent Chg. of Workers Represented by Unions 2007 to 2017

RankStateFIPS CodePercent
1Colorado0800035.1 %
2Virginia5100032.9 %
3Kentucky2100020.8 %
4Kansas2000019.1 %
5New Hampshire3300018.6 %
6Texas4800018.2 %
7North Carolina3700016.3 %
8Oregon4100014.0 %
9Connecticut090009.7 %
10Rhode Island440007.7 %
11Massachusetts250007.2 %
12Tennessee470006.0 %
13District of Columbia110005.3 %
14North Dakota380004.3 %
15Hawaii150003.0 %
16Maine230002.5 %
17Idaho160002.4 %
18Washington530002.3 %
19California060002.2 %
20Minnesota270002.1 %
21Florida120001.4 %
22New York360000.1 %
23Vermont500000.0 %
24Arkansas05000-1.3 %
25Illinois17000-1.4 %
26Nebraska31000-3.7 %
27Delaware10000-4.0 %
27Georgia13000-4.0 %
29Utah49000-5.1 %
30South Dakota46000-7.4 %
31Montana30000-8.1 %
32Nevada32000-9.1 %
33Louisiana22000-11.1 %
34Oklahoma40000-12.9 %
35Maryland24000-13.3 %
36Ohio39000-13.7 %
37Missouri29000-14.0 %
38Alaska02000-15.7 %
39New Jersey34000-17.1 %
40Michigan26000-17.8 %
41Mississippi28000-18.9 %
42Indiana18000-19.5 %
43Pennsylvania42000-20.5 %
44West Virginia54000-23.4 %
45Alabama01000-24.4 %
46Wyoming56000-27.3 %
47South Carolina45000-29.7 %
48New Mexico35000-30.8 %
49Iowa19000-31.4 %
50Wisconsin55000-38.3 %
51Arizona04000-43.1 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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