This U.S. map shows how much of each state is federal-owned land.
State-owned land is dominant in the Western states, as well as in Alaska.
Nevada has the most federally-owned property at 85 percent. Conversely, Rhode Island and Connecticut have the fewest, at just 0.4 percent each.
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