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TABLE 20: TRADEMARKS REGISTERED TO RESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES

TABLE 20: TRADEMARKS REGISTERED TO RESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATESRead Footnote 11
(FY 2009)
State/Territory 2009
Total 145,872
 
Alabama     564
Alaska     134
Arizona   2,023
Arkansas     274
California  16,326
Colorado   2,269
Connecticut   1,145
Delaware  28,292
District of Columbia     960
Florida   6,782
Georgia   2,703
Hawaii     329
Idaho     315
Illinois   4,406
Indiana   1,553
Iowa     774
Kansas       664
State/Territory 2009
Kentucky    566
Louisiana    522
Maine    334
Maryland  1,782
Massachusetts  2,364
Michigan  2,447
Minnesota  2,543
Mississippi    210
Missouri  1,667
Montana    267
Nebraska    559
Nevada  3,370
New Hampshire    367
New Jersey  3,246
New Mexico    308
New York  8,303
North Carolina  1,848
North Dakota    128
Ohio    3,219
State/Territory 2009
Oklahoma    662
Oregon  1,488
Pennsylvania  3,026
Rhode Island    368
South Carolina    663
South Dakota    230
Tennessee  1,309
Texas  5,459
Utah  1,263
Vermont    216
Virginia  2,193
Washington  2,620
West Virginia    112
Wisconsin  1,862
Wyoming    246
Puerto Rico     96
Virgin Islands     13
U.S. Pacific IslandsRead Footnote 22      8
United StatesRead Footnote 33 20,475

Notes:

1: When a trademark is registered, the trademark database is corrected to indicate the home state of the entity registering the trademark. (back to text)

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

3: No state indicated in database, includes APO filings. (back to text)

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