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STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS
RANK BY SALES(a) FISCAL YEAR 2013(b)
(in Millions)
  U.S. Lottery Population Ticket Sales Prizes Prizes as % of Total Sales Bonuses/
Commissions
Operating Expenses Per Capita Sales
1. New York 19.7 7,108.9 4,220.0 425.7% 284.4 59.4 $362
2. Florida 19.6 5,013.0 3,162.9 278.5% 147.9 63.1 256
3. Massachusetts 6.7 4,839.3 3,523.9 276.5% 94.3 72.8 723
4. California 38.3 4,445.9 2,652.1 303.0% 230.0 59.7 116
5. Texas 26.5 4,376.3 2,767.4 236.8% 182.0 63.2% 165
6. Pennsylvania 12.8 3,699.7 2,299.0 196.1% 138.9 62.1% 290
7. Georgia 10.0 3,635.9 2,332.5 233.2% 147.3 64.2% 364
8. Illinois 12.9 &2,841.3 n/a &160.6% n/a n/a n/a
9. New Jersey 8.9 2,821.4 1,670.4 157.9% 71.0 59.2% 317
10. OHIO 11.6 2,697.9 1,668.0 166.9% 121.5 61.8% 233
11. Michigan 9.9 2,476.4 1,461.5 178.5% 108.0 59.0% 250
12. Maryland 5.9 2,316.8 1,038.5 119.8% 366.4 44.8% 391
13. North Carolina 9.9 1,689.8 1,024.4 118.2% 73.3 60.6% 172
14. Virginia 8.3 1,689.2 1,025.2 95.0% 84.2 60.7% 205
15. Tennessee 6.5 1,275.3 794.4 89.3% 57.1 62.3% 196
 
(a) Sales excludes video lottery, (b) Latest information available, (c ) Unaudited
The fiscal year ends June 30, 2013 for all US states except New York (March 31), Texas (August 31), and Michigan (September 30).
The population figures used for the U.S. states were publised by the Bureau of the Census on July 1, 2013.
Source: “La Fleur’s 2014 World Lottery Almanac”
Lottery Industry Statement of Operations. Rank By Sales (a). Fiscal Year 2009 (b)
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