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List of U.S. states by the number of billionaires

This is a list of U.S. states by the number of billionaires in 2014. The list of billionaires is compiled annually by the Forbes Magazine.

Map of each state's billionaires as of 2014

Table

Rank State
Number of billionaires Billionaires per million population
1  California 111 2.26
2  New York 88 3.46
3  Texas 51 1.75
4  Florida 37 1.44
5  Illinois 19 1.56
6  Connecticut 15 3.07
7  Wisconsin 9 1.76
8  Michigan 11 1.01
9  Nevada 8 2.96
10  North Carolina 7 0.56
11  Oklahoma 5 1.87
12  Washington 12 1.04
13  Pennsylvania 10 0.55
14  Colorado 8 1.19
15  Minnesota 5 1.13
16  Maryland 9 1.04
17  Massachusetts 8 0.92
18  Virginia 5 0.75
19  Arizona 9 0.78
20  New Jersey 6 0.57
21 Georgia 8 0.52
22  Ohio 4 0.43
23  Montana 4 4.00
24  Kansas 4 1.40
25  Arkansas 4 1.37
26  Missouri 6 0.67
27  Tennessee 6 0.63
28  Indiana 4 0.62
29  Washington, D.C. 3 4.99
30  South Carolina 1 0.65
31  Rhode Island 1 1.90
32  Nebraska 3 1.10
33  New Hampshire 1 0.76
34  Maine 0 0.75
35  Hawaii 1 0.74
36  Idaho 0 0.64
37  Oregon 2 0.26
38  Kentucky 1 0.23
39  Louisiana 1 0.22
40  Alabama 0 0.21
41  Wyoming 6 10.30
42  Vermont 0 0.00
43  North Dakota 0 0.00
44  Alaska 0 0.00
45  South Dakota 0 0.00
46  Delaware 0 0.00
47  West Virginia 1 0.00
48  New Mexico 0 0.00
49  Utah 1 0.00
50  Mississippi 0 0.00
51  Iowa 1 0.00
Total United States 492 1.29

See also

References

  • "California Leads All States (And All But 2 Countries) With 111 Billionaires". Forbes. Retrieved 2014-07-08. 

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