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Transportation Statistics > Border Crossing > Incoming Persons (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Number of Incoming Persons Entering The U.S. As Pedestrians, Passengers In Buses, Trains, And Personal Vehicles Data for 2004
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Texas: 120,122,963  
# 2     California: 85,908,563  
# 3     Arizona: 34,510,828  
# 4     New York: 25,101,638  
# 5     Michigan: 17,411,214  
# 6     Washington: 10,730,651  
# 7     Maine: 6,885,424  
# 8     Minnesota: 2,989,211  
# 9     Vermont: 2,791,350  
# 10     New Mexico: 1,879,669  
# 11     North Dakota: 1,655,062  
# 12     Montana: 1,399,094  
# 13     Alaska: 455,988  
# 14     Idaho: 368,708  
Total: 312,210,363   
Weighted average: 22,300,740.2  

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"Border Crossing > Incoming Persons by state", Bureau of Transportation Statistics, The Intermodal Transportation Database . Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/trn_bor_cro_inc_per-transportation-border-crossing-incoming-persons

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