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Performance and Accountability Report Fiscal Year 2007
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TABLE 8: PATENTS ISSUED TO RESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATESRead Footnote 11
(FY 2007)Read Note 22
State/Territory 2007
Total 94,618
 
Alabama    386
Alaska     27
Arizona  1,814
Arkansas    151
California 22,888
Colorado  2,071
Connecticut  1,632
Delaware    353
District of Columbia     67
Florida  3,049
Georgia  1,614
Hawaii     83
Idaho  1,478
Illinois  3,795
Indiana  1,350
Iowa       665
Kansas       544
State/Territory 2007
Kentucky    500
Louisiana    293
Maine    133
Maryland  1,435
Massachusetts  3,876
Michigan  3,797
Minnesota  2,992
Mississippi    169
Missouri    858
Montana    123
Nebraska    245
Nevada    451
New Hampshire    609
New Jersey  3,185
New Mexico    313
New York  6,007
North Carolina  1,935
North Dakota        92
Ohio     3,058
State/Territory 2007
Oklahoma    578
Oregon  2,398
Pennsylvania  2,980
Rhode Island    381
South Carolina    588
South Dakota     72
Tennessee    807
Texas  6,316
Utah    790
Vermont    512
Virginia  1,192
Washington  3,822
West Virginia    118
Wisconsin  1,973
Wyoming     57
Puerto Rico     33
Virgin Islands      2
U.S. Pacific IslandsRead Footnote 33      1
United StatesRead Footnote 44      2

Notes:

1: Data include utility , plant, design, and reissue patents. (back to text)

2: FY 2007 data is preliminary. (back to text) 

3: Represents residents of American Samoa, Guam, and miscellaneous U.S. Pacific Islands. (back to text)

4: No State indicated in database. (back to text)

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