Table 4. Weight of Inbound Commodity Flows by State of Destination: 2007

Table 4. Weight of Inbound Commodity Flows by State of Destination: 2007

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State of Destination Weight of shipments 90 percent confidence intervals
Of tonnage (in thuosand) Of Percent Share
Tons
(Thousand)
Percent share of U.S. total 90 percent (lower bound) 90 percent (upper bound) 90 percent (lower bound) 90 percent (upper bound)
United States 12,543,425 100.0 12,208,515 12,878,335 na na
Alabama 290,505 2.3 255,514 325,496 2.0 2.6
Alaska 28,152 0.2 20,906 35,398 0.2 0.2
Arizona 208,242 1.7 182,816 233,668 1.5 1.8
Arkansas 148,880 1.2 124,806 172,954 1.0 1.4
California 948,097 7.6 838,592 1,057,602 6.7 8.4
Colorado 149,325 1.2 123,947 174,703 1.0 1.4
Connecticut 81,337 0.6 71,272 91,402 0.6 0.6
Delaware 49,786 0.4 34,260 65,312 0.2 0.6
District of Columbia 10,117 0.1 5,960 14,274 0.1 0.1
Florida 612,664 4.9 544,934 680,394 4.4 5.4
Georgia 438,260 3.5 378,963 497,557 3.0 4.0
Hawaii 37,601 0.3 25,193 50,009 0.1 0.5
Idaho 54,582 0.4 46,747 62,417 0.4 0.4
Illinois 602,160 4.8 543,540 660,780 4.5 5.1
Indiana 386,891 3.1 337,098 436,684 2.8 3.4
Iowa 225,931 1.8 199,090 252,772 1.6 2.0
Kansas 188,068 1.5 163,864 212,272 1.3 1.7
Kentucky 299,035 2.4 257,095 340,975 2.1 2.7
Louisiana 508,908 4.1 445,091 572,725 3.6 4.6
Maine 38,933 0.3 28,462 49,404 0.1 0.5
Maryland 143,546 1.1 122,229 164,863 1.0 1.3
Massachusetts 137,134 1.1 109,303 164,965 0.9 1.3
Michigan 314,613 2.5 280,352 348,874 2.2 2.8
Minnesota 246,404 2.0 221,197 271,611 1.8 2.1
Mississippi 145,240 1.2 124,151 166,329 1.0 1.3
Missouri 330,784 2.6 293,124 368,444 2.3 3.0
Montana 48,108 0.4 28,819 67,397 0.2 0.5
Nebraska 152,229 1.2 76,122 228,336 0.7 1.7
Nevada 80,997 0.6 62,955 99,039 0.5 0.8
New Hampshire 39,640 0.3 32,969 46,311 0.3 0.3
New Jersey 246,017 2.0 213,137 278,897 1.8 2.1
New Mexico 52,718 0.4 30,624 74,812 0.3 0.6
New York 365,002 2.9 332,480 397,524 2.7 3.1
North Carolina 312,827 2.5 284,438 341,216 2.2 2.8
North Dakota 82,605 0.7 47,849 117,361 0.3 1.0
Ohio 538,925 4.3 487,350 590,500 4.0 4.6
Oklahoma 189,351 1.5 164,044 214,658 1.3 1.7
Oregon 190,707 1.5 152,947 228,467 1.2 1.9
Pennsylvania 466,714 3.7 416,659 516,769 3.4 4.1
Rhode Island 16,965 0.1 13,130 20,800 0.1 0.1
South Carolina 181,223 1.4 162,684 199,762 1.3 1.6
South Dakota 48,181 0.4 39,436 56,926 0.4 0.4
Tennessee 309,899 2.5 265,924 353,874 2.1 2.8
Texas 1,482,571 11.8 1,367,598 1,597,544 11.0 12.6
Utah 104,616 0.8 88,045 121,187 0.7 1.0
Vermont 24,253 0.2 19,331 29,175 0.2 0.2
Virginia 289,631 2.3 245,665 333,597 2.0 2.6
Washington 264,855 2.1 229,894 299,816 1.8 2.4
West Virginia 99,360 0.8 80,179 118,541 0.6 1.0
Wisconsin 241,157 1.9 211,314 271,000 1.8 2.1
Wyoming 89,678 0.7 54,313 125,043 0.4 1.0

KEY: na = Not applicable.

NOTES: The appendices provide information on confidentially protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, sample design, and definitions. Links to this information on the Internet may be found at http://www.rita.dot.gov/bts/sites/rita.dot.gov.bts/files/publications/commodity_flow_survey/index.html.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics and U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 Commodity Flow Survey, individual state data, July 2010.