United States

The top trading partner for every US state in one map

Mexico is the United States top trading partner. Image: Unsplash/Aaron Burden

Avery Koop

Author, Visual Capitalist


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The US imports much more goods from China, than it exports. Image: Visual Capitalist
Each state's biggest partner. Image: Visual Capitalist
China shows up much less on this map. Image: Visual Capitalist

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Where states are sending their exports. Image: Visual Capitalist

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