9B: Federal Funds for College- and University-Based Research per State Resident (Source: The Chronicle for Higher Education, Almanac Issue 2006-2007). District of Columbia, $313.05 million. Maryland, $231.17 million. Massachusetts, $190.77 million. Vermont, $135.66 million. Connecticut, $125.34 million. Hawaii, $115.04 million. Pennsylvania, $114.03 million. Colorado, $112.14 million. Alaska, $111.88 million. North Carolina, $108.12 million. New Hampshire, $106.86 million. Rhode Island, $105.95 million. Utah, $105.55 million. Washington, $99.93 million. New York, $96.48 million. Missouri, $94.91 million. North Dakota, $91.71 million. California, $88.38 million. Iowa, $86.21 million. Wisconsin, $85.23 million. Montana, $80.21 million. Delaware, $79.45 million. Oregon, $79.25 million. Alabama, $75.42 million. Michigan, $70.58 million. Illinois, $68.82 million. New Mexico, $64.86 million. Tennessee, $62.52 million. Minnesota, $61.74 million. Texas, $60.60 million. Nebraska, $60.00 million. Georgia, $53.31 million. Virginia, $52.75 million. Ohio, $52.65 million. Mississippi, $50.62 million. Indiana, $49.01 million. Kansas, $47.96 million. Wyoming, $46.02 million. Louisiana, $44.84 million. Kentucky, $44.65 million. Arizona, $43.81 million. New Jersey, $41.55 million. South Carolina, $39.32 million. South Dakota, $36.15 million. Oklahoma, $32.38 million. Nevada, $30.53 million. Florida, $30.42 million. Idaho, $29.72 million. Arkansas, $27.33 million. West Virginia, $23.41 million. Maine, $22.95 million.