Edmunds, with some assistance from automotive data provider Polk, has compiled a list of the Top 10 and Bottom 10 US states (plus the District of Columbia) for EV market share from January 2013 through the end of November 2013.

Top 10:

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  1. Washington 1.6%
  2. Hawaii 1.6%
  3. California 1.4%
  4. Georgia 1.1%
  5. Oregon 1.1%
  6. District of Columbia 0.6%
  7. Utah 0.4%
  8. Colorado 0.4%
  9. Tennessee 0.3%
  10. Illinois 0.3%
As the rankings show, both Washington and Hawaii share the lead at 1.6%.  California is solidly in 2nd with 1.4%.  The only unexpecteds in the Top 10 are perhaps Utah and Illinois, as well as New York not making the Top 10 ranking.

In the Bottom 10, the list looks as expected.

  • Oklahoma 0.1%
  • Alabama 0.1%
  • Louisiana < 0.1%
  • Wyoming < 0.1%
  • Kentucky < 0.1%
  • West Virginia < 0.1%
  • Arkansas < 0.1%
  • North Dakota < 0.1%
  • South Dakota < 0.1%
  • Mississippi < 0.1%
Do any of the states listed above seem out of place to you?