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Arkansas business rankings: tourism.

TABULAR DATA OMITTED
Visitors To Arkansas From Out Of State Ranked By Number Of
Vehicles In 1990
State of 1989 1990
Origin Vehicles Vehicles
Texas 87,167 87,668
Arkansas 54,710 57,120
Missouri 31,130 32,201
Oklahoma 23,988 23,806
Louisiana 23,078 22,455
Illinois 22,785 21,662
Tennessee 18,971 19,242
Mississippi 13,455 13,921
Michigan 10,372 10,313
California 10,302 9,936
Florida 9,682 9,594
Ohio 8,547 8,500
Indiana 8,708 8,332
Kansas 8,573 8,065
Alabama 6,662 7,009
Wisconsin 6,964 6,482
Iowa 6,357 6,096
Minnesota 5,630 5,196
North Carolina 5,211 5,052
Georgia 4,587 4,845
Kentucky 4,791 4,705
Virginia 4,406 4,559
Pennsylvania 4,331 4,319
New York 3,663 3,706
Arizona 3,538 3,478
Colorado 2,569 2,530
Nebraska 2,380 2,301
New Mexico 2,128 2,155
Maryland 2,084 2,032
South Carolina 1,955 1,949
New Jersey 1,925 1,893
Washington 1,448 1,543
West Virginia 1,291 1,188
Oregon 1,126 1,180
Massachusetts 1,186 1,163
Connecticut 847 895
South Dakota 628 647
Nevada 562 630
Utah 430 488
New Hampshire 510 478
Maine 457 452
Washington, D.C. 410 439
North Dakota 449 414
Idaho 419 395
Delaware 322 350
Wyoming 320 349
Vermont 307 299
Alaska 275 276
Montana 262 272
Rhode Island 199 238
Hawaii 154 144
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Title Annotation:Tabular data only
Author:Gibson, Carolyn
Publication:Arkansas Business
Article Type:Directory
Date:Nov 4, 1991
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