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Here’s How Much Tariffs Could Cost Every State

Karen Doyle

President Donald Trump’s administration imposed tariffs on many imports into the U.S., and the nations impacted by those tariffs have retaliated with tariffs of their own, driving up costs on both sides of the table. The U.S. imposed tariffs on approximately $250 billion in goods imported from China, and the administration recently announced a new tariff on $300 billion in goods from China.

In retaliation, China imposed tariffs on $110 billion of American-made products. The U.S. also imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, and Europe retaliated with tariffs on $3.4 billion of American-made products.

According to the Tax Foundation, the tariffs that have been planned and imposed so far by the Trump administration would reduce long-run gross domestic product (GDP) by $50.31 billion or 0.20%. The tariffs would eliminate 155,878 full-time equivalent jobs and reduce wages by 0.13%.

The impact of tariffs that have been announced by other countries would, if imposed, reduce U.S. GDP another 0.09% or $21.53 billion, and cost an additional 66,725 full-time equivalent jobs.

See the impact the trade war will have on exports in your state.

Alabama: $3.4B of Exports Threatened

  • $3.2 billion of exports to China
  • $183 million of exports to Europe

The top exports in Alabama are passenger vehicles to China, representing $2 billion of total exports, and $56 million worth of stainless steel that’s exported to Europe. There are 567,500 jobs in Alabama that are supported by global trade, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Alaska: $1.3B of Exports Threatened

  • $1.3 billion of exports to China
  • $373,000 of exports to Europe

Alaska exports lead ore worth $224 million to China, as well as $221 million worth of Pacific salmon. The state also sends $337,000 worth of footwear to Europe. The number of jobs in Alaska that are supported by global trade is 90,900.

Arizona: $600M of Exports Threatened

  • $593 million of exports to China
  • $6.5 million of exports to Europe

In Arizona, the hardest-hit exports include $33 million of transistors that are exported to China, as well as $3.7 million of iron and steel products that are exported to Europe. Global trade supports 772,800 jobs in Arizona.

Arkansas: $266M of Exports Threatened

  • $260 million of exports to China
  • $5.5 million of exports to Europe

Exports that are most impacted by tariffs in Arkansas include $46 million of chemical wood pulp that is exported to China and $1.5 million of vegetables that are exported to Europe. In Arkansas, 348,400 jobs are supported by global trade.

California: $13B of Exports Threatened

  • $13 billion of exports to China
  • $383 million of exports to Europe

California has the largest dollar amount of exports that are hard hit by tariffs, as well as the highest number of jobs that are supported by global trade. Major exports include $1.4 billion worth of electric motor vehicles that are exported to China and $77 million worth of eye makeup that is exported to Europe. The number of jobs supported by global trade in California is 4,869,200.

Colorado: $562M of Exports Threatened

  • $554 million of exports to China
  • $8.2 million of exports to Europe

Colorado’s exports that would see the biggest impact from tariffs include cow and horse hides, which are exported to China to the tune of $100 million, and iron and steel products, of which $4.8 million worth are exported to Europe. In Colorado, 733,900 jobs are supported by global trade.

Connecticut: $620M of Exports Threatened

  • $596 million of exports to China
  • $24 million of exports to Europe

In Connecticut, $69 million worth of copper cathodes are exported to China, and articles of iron or steel valued at $5.5 million are exported to Europe. There are 518,300 jobs in Connecticut that global trade supports.

Delaware: $298M of Exports Threatened

  • $295 million of exports to China
  • $3.2 million of exports to Europe

Delaware exports $96 million worth of chemical instruments to China, as well as $2.3 million worth of iron and steel tubes and pipes to Europe. There are 127,000 jobs in Delaware that are supported by global trade.

Florida: $1.9B of Exports Threatened

  • $1.6 billion of exports to China
  • $263 million of exports to Europe

The largest export to China from Florida is gold, valued at $533 million. The Sunshine State also sends $73 million worth of motorboats and $63 million worth of yachts to Europe. There are 2,502,500 jobs in Florida that depend on global trade, the fourth-highest number of any state.

Georgia: $2.4B of Exports Threatened

  • $2.2 billion of exports to China
  • $186 million of exports to Europe

In Georgia, wood pulp is the product most affected by tariffs on exports to China, at a value of $334 million. Yachts are exported — at $40 million — to Europe from Georgia as well. There are 1,283,800 jobs in Georgia that global trade supports.

Hawaii: $96M of Exports Threatened

  • $96 million of exports to China
  • $62,000 of exports to Europe

The impact of trade tariffs even reaches Hawaii. The Aloha State exports $29 million of petrol oil to China, and $22,000 in footwear to Europe, among other products. All told, global trade supports 205,800 jobs in Hawaii.

Idaho: $150M of Exports Threatened

  • $141 million of exports to China
  • $8.7 million of exports to Europe

The main products in Idaho that will be hard hit by trade tariffs are food products. This includes $36 million worth of whey that’s exported to China and $8.2 million worth of beans that are exported to Europe. There are 202,200 jobs in Idaho that are supported by global trade.

Illinois: $5B of Exports Threatened

  • $4.8 billion of exports to China
  • $144 million of exports to Europe

The product from Illinois that will be most affected by trade tariffs is soybeans, of which $1.3 billion worth are exported to China. The state also exports $57 million worth of cooking appliances to Europe. There are 1,711,100 jobs in Illinois involved in global trade, the fifth most of any state.

Indiana: $1.1B of Exports Threatened

  • $1 billion of exports to China
  • $75 million of exports to Europe

Top exports from Indiana include $94 million worth of gearboxes for motor vehicles to China and $15 million worth of corn to Europe. The number of jobs in Indiana that are supported by global trade is 812,600.

Iowa: $586M of Exports Threatened

  • $499 million of exports to China
  • $87 million of exports to Europe

The product in Iowa that is most impacted by trade tariffs is the $41 million of aluminum alloy that is exported to Europe. The state also exports $33 million worth of pig organ meats to China. There are 456,300 jobs in Iowa that are supported by global trade.

Kansas: $560M of Exports Threatened

  • $524 million of exports to China
  • $36 million of exports to Europe

The largest export affected by tariffs in Kansas is the $118 million worth of cow and horse hides that are exported to China. The state also exports iron or steel products worth $12 million to Europe. There are 400,900 jobs in Kansas that are supported by global trade.

Kentucky: $1.8B of Exports Threatened

  • $1.6 billion of exports to China
  • $193 million of exports to Europe

Kentucky’s major exports that will be impacted by tariffs include $856 million worth of passenger vehicles that are exported to China and $180 million worth of whiskies that are exported to Europe. Global trade supports 539,300 jobs in Kentucky.

Louisiana: $7.1B of Exports Threatened

  • $7 billion of exports to China
  • $87 million of exports to Europe

Louisiana exports $5.6 billion worth of soybeans to China, all of which will be impacted by tariffs. The state also exports $52 million worth of corn to Europe. In all, 553,200 jobs in Louisiana are supported by global trade.

Maine: $223M of Exports Threatened

  • $220 million of exports to China
  • $2.3 million of exports to Europe

Major products from Maine that will be impacted by trade tariffs include the $105 million worth of chemical wood products and the $56 million worth of lobsters that are exported to China. The state also exports $1.7 million worth of boats to Europe. Global trade supports 180,500 jobs in Maine.

Maryland: $553M of Exports Threatened

  • $525 million of exports to China
  • $29 million of exports to Europe

In Maryland, the largest export to China is aluminum, valued at $40 million. The state also exports $5.3 million worth of iron and steel products to Europe. Global trade supports 812,700 jobs in Maryland.

Massachusetts: $2B of Exports Threatened

  • $1.9 billion of exports to China
  • $40 million of exports to Europe

There are 990,700 jobs in Massachusetts supported by global trade. The largest export to China is lasers, valued at $166 million. The state also exports $21 million worth of cranberry juice to Europe.

Michigan: $2.7B of Exports Threatened

  • $2.6 billion of exports to China
  • $88 million of exports to Europe

The largest export from Michigan to China is passenger vehicles, at $482 million. As far as exports to Europe go, the state sends $19 million worth of beans. Global trade supports 1,187,900 jobs in Michigan.

Minnesota: $1.9B of Exports Threatened

  • $1.8 billion of exports to China
  • $106 million of exports to Europe

The top exports from Minnesota to China are filtering and purifying machines, worth $112 million. It also exports $40 million worth of motorcycles to Europe. The number of jobs supported by global trade in Minnesota is 788,600.

Mississippi: $747M of Exports Threatened

  • $737 million of exports to China
  • $10 million of exports to Europe

Soybeans are Mississippi’s top export to China, valued at $110 million. The top export to Europe is iron and steel products, worth $4.6 million. Global trade supports 339,500 jobs in Mississippi.

Missouri: $1B of Exports Threatened

  • $797 million of exports to China
  • $239 million of exports to Europe

Missouri exports $222 million worth of motorcycles to Europe, and $87 million worth of lead ore to China. There are 826,700 jobs in Missouri that are supported by global trade.

Montana: $117M of Exports Threatened

  • $116 million of exports to China
  • $366,000 of exports to Europe

In Montana, the highest-volume export to China is silicon, valued at $26 million. The state exports $125,000 worth of containers for compressed or liquified gas of iron or steel to Europe. There are 140,200 jobs in Montana that are supported by global trade.

Nebraska: $462M of Exports Threatened

  • $447 million of exports to China
  • $15 million of exports to Europe

The No. 1 export to China from Nebraska is cow and horse hides, valued at $164 million. Exports to Europe are topped by $11 million worth of boats. In Nebraska, global trade supports 290,800 jobs.

Nevada: $527M of Exports Threatened

  • $510 million of exports to China
  • $17 million of exports to Europe

The top export from Nevada to China is copper ore valued at $246 million. The state exports $1.9 million worth of eye makeup to Europe as well. Global trade supports 367,800 jobs in Nevada.

New Hampshire: $415M of Exports Threatened

  • $412 million of exports to China
  • $3 million of exports to Europe

In New Hampshire, the largest export to China is printer, copier and fax parts, valued at $75 million. The largest export to Europe is $1.9 million worth of T-shirts. All told, there are 183,900 jobs in the Granite State that are supported by global trade.

New Jersey: $1.5B of Exports Threatened

  • $1.4 billion of exports to China
  • $133 million of exports to Europe

The largest export from New Jersey to China that is threatened by tariffs is $98 million worth of data processing machine parts. As far as European exports go, the largest is $54 million worth of eye makeup. Global trade supports 1,185,700 jobs in New Jersey.

New Mexico: $297M of Exports Threatened

  • $293 million of exports to China
  • $3.9 million of exports to Europe

Medical instruments are the largest New Mexico export to China that is threatened by trade tariffs, valued at $143 million. Iron and steel products worth $2.2 million are the state’s largest European export to be threatened. Global trade supports 218,100 jobs in New Mexico.

New York: $3.1B of Exports Threatened

  • $3 billion of exports to China
  • $145 million of exports to Europe

There are 2,709,200 jobs in New York that are supported by global trade, the third-highest number of any state. The largest export to China that is threatened by tariffs is glassware manufacturing machine parts, valued at $168 million. Eye makeup, valued at $29 million, is the largest export to Europe that will be affected by tariffs.

North Carolina: $2.2B of Exports Threatened

  • $2.1 billion of exports to China
  • $146 million of exports to Europe

North Carolina exports $262 million of wood pulp to China, which is the largest export threatened by tariffs. The state also exports $97 million worth of playing cards to Europe. There are 1,232,100 jobs in North Carolina supported by global trade.

North Dakota: $53M of Exports Threatened

  • $50 million of exports to China
  • $2.4 million of exports to Europe

Soybeans worth $28 million are the largest affected export from North Dakota to China. The state also exports $1.7 million of iron and steel products to Europe, which will also be impacted. Global trade supports 111,100 jobs in North Dakota.

Ohio: $3.2B of Exports Threatened

  • $3.1 billion of exports to China
  • $111 million of exports to Europe

In Ohio, the largest export to China that will be impacted by tariffs is soybeans, worth $615 million. The largest export to Europe is manicure and pedicure preparations, valued at $33 million. The number of jobs in Ohio that are supported by global trade is 1,502,600.

Oklahoma: $200M of Exports Threatened

  • $194 million of exports to China
  • $6 million of exports to Europe

Oklahoma exports $29 million worth of pork products to China, making it the largest item to be impacted by tariffs. Iron and steel products worth $2 million are exported to Europe and will also be affected. In all, there are 401,000 jobs in Oklahoma that depend on global trade.

Oregon: $1.8B of Exports Threatened

  • $1.7 billion of exports to China
  • $15 million of exports to Europe

The largest export to China from Oregon that will be threatened by tariffs is photo film, worth $232 million. As far as European exports go, $6.1 million of iron and steel will be affected as well. There are 498,400 jobs in Oregon that are supported by global trade.

Pennsylvania: $2.7B of Exports Threatened

  • $2.4 billion of exports to China
  • $368 million of exports to Europe

Pennsylvania exports $288 million worth of coal to China, which will be impacted by the tariffs. The largest export from the state to Europe that will be affected is $204 million worth of motorcycles. Pennsylvania has 1,658,100 jobs that are supported by global trade.

Rhode Island: $185M of Exports Threatened

  • $158 million of exports to China
  • $27 million of exports to Europe

Rhode Island exports $20 million worth of sailboats to Europe, making that the most-affected product from this state. Machine parts are the top export to China, at $14 million, that will also be affected by tariffs. Global trade supports 136,500 jobs in Rhode Island.

South Carolina: $3.9B of Exports Threatened

  • $3.9 billion of exports to China
  • $37 million of exports to Europe

The most impacted category of exports from South Carolina to China is passenger vehicles, representing $2.4 billion. The state also exports $15 million worth of iron and steel products to Europe. There are 579,300 jobs in South Carolina that are supported by global trade.

South Dakota: $63M of Exports Threatened

  • $63 million of exports to China
  • $904,000 of exports to Europe

South Dakota exports $19 million worth of lifting and loading machines to China, making this the most affected category of products. The state also exports $756,000 worth of playing cards to Europe. In South Dakota, global trade supports 130,000 jobs.

Tennessee: $2.5B of Exports Threatened

  • $2 billion of exports to China
  • $508 million of exports to Europe

Tennessee exports $466 million worth of whiskies to Europe, all of which will be impacted by tariffs. The most-impacted category of exports from Tennessee to China is passenger vehicles with spark ignition and electric motors, valued at $202 million. There are 857,200 jobs in Tennessee that are supported by global trade.

Texas: $11B of Exports Threatened

  • $10 billion of exports to China
  • $183 million of exports to Europe

Texas has the second-highest number of jobs supported by global trade of any state, at 3,150,600. The No. 1 export to China that is affected by tariffs is propane, valued at $1.7 billion. The largest affected export to Europe is $45 million worth of iron and steel products.

Utah: $565M of Exports Threatened

  • $555 million of exports to China
  • $10 million of exports to Europe

Utah exports hay and clover to China, to the tune of $50 million. The state also exports $3.2 million worth of eye makeup to Europe. There are 387,200 jobs in Utah that are supported by global trade.

Vermont: $112M of Exports Threatened

  • $112 million of exports to China
  • $959,000 of exports to Europe

The largest tariff-affected export to China from Vermont is whey, valued at $11 million. The state also exports $584,000 worth of powder makeup to Europe, which is also subject to tariffs. There are 95,300 jobs in Vermont that are supported by global trade.

Virginia: $1.6B of Exports Threatened

  • $1.5 billion of exports to China
  • $24 million of exports to Europe

Soybeans are the largest export to China from Virginia that is impacted by tariffs, valued at $361 million. As far as European tariffs go, the single largest category to be affected from Virginia is cast iron products at $8.3 million. There are 1,135,500 jobs in Virginia that are supported by global trade.

 

Washington: $7.5B of Exports Threatened

  • $7.4 billion of exports to China
  • $122 million of exports to Europe

Washington exports $3.7 billion worth of soybeans to China that are subject to tariffs. The state also exports $79 million worth of aluminum alloy to Europe. There are 945,700 jobs in Washington that are supported by global trade.

West Virginia: $517M of Exports Threatened

  • $478 million of exports to China
  • $39 million of exports to Europe

The largest export from West Virginia to China that is affected by tariffs is oak, valued at $68 million. The $39 million worth of aluminum that is exported to Europe is the No. 1 affected export there. Global trade supports 187,000 jobs in West Virginia.

Wisconsin: $1.5B of Exports Threatened

  • $1.4 billion of exports to China
  • $98 million of exports to Europe

Medical scanning equipment worth $98 million is the top affected export from Wisconsin to China. The largest European export subject to tariffs is beans, valued at $22 million. There are 800,800 jobs in Wisconsin that are supported by global trade.

Wyoming: $37M of Exports Threatened

  • $37 million of exports to China
  • $19,000 of exports to Europe

In Wyoming, $19 million worth of rare gases are exported to China, making it the top affected export. The state exports $19,000 worth of iron and steel items to Europe as well. There are 70,700 jobs in Wyoming that are supported by global trade.

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