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Date 2021-09-10 18:00

This is the percentage of population (per capita) of ham radio licenses per each US state and territory.

  1. Utah, 0.5703%
  2. Idaho, 0.5636%
  3. Oregon, 0.4953%
  4. Alaska, 0.4635%
  5. Washington, 0.4527%
  6. New Hampshire, 0.4162%
  7. Montana, 0.3971%
  8. Wyoming, 0.3786%
  9. West Virginia, 0.3508%
  10. Colorado, 0.3423%
  11. Maine, 0.3416%
  12. Vermont, 0.3347%
  13. New Mexico, 0.3176%
  14. Arizona, 0.3098%
  15. Tennessee, 0.2845%
  16. Arkansas, 0.2774%
  17. Nevada, 0.2742%
  18. Hawaii, 0.2662%
  19. California, 0.2657%
  20. US Virgin Islands, 0.2557%
  21. Oklahoma, 0.2543%
  22. Missouri, 0.2530%
  23. Kansas, 0.2529%
  24. Alabama, 0.2464%
  25. Virginia, 0.2451%
  26. Ohio, 0.2400%
  27. Indiana, 0.2343%
  28. South Dakota, 0.2283%
  29. Kentucky, 0.2176%
  30. North Carolina, 0.2170%
  31. Michigan, 0.2139%
  32. Connecticut, 0.2106%
  33. Iowa, 0.2094%
  34. Minnesota, 0.2068%
  35. North Dakota, 0.2060%
  36. Florida, 0.2035%
  37. South Carolina, 0.1997%
  38. Massachusetts, 0.1958%
  39. Wisconsin, 0.1956%
  40. Nebraska, 0.1952%
  41. Pennsylvania, 0.1898%
  42. Texas, 0.1870%
  43. Maryland, 0.1860%
  44. Delaware, 0.1829%
  45. Rhode Island, 0.1805%
  46. Mississippi, 0.1799%
  47. Georgia, 0.1794%
  48. Puerto Rico, 0.1717%
  49. Guam, 0.1647%
  50. Illinois, 0.1579%
  51. New Jersey, 0.1477%
  52. New York, 0.1368%
  53. Louisiana, 0.1351%
  54. District of Columbia, 0.0723%


License numbers from: http://arrl.org/fcc-license-counts

State populations are year 2020 based on data from WolframAlpha.

Last updated: 2021-09-10


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