I was pleasantly surprised to see my favored state of New Hampshire ranked 9th in the annual rankings of millionaire households per capita. The biggest mover was North Dakota jumping 14 places to 29th. Good luck picking them out of a crowd. “The only way you know a Bakken millionaire is he’ll be driving a new truck and might have taken his wife on vacation,” according to Kelvin Hullet, president of the chamber of commerce in Bismarck. Check out where your state ranks below:

State
Households
Millionaires
2013 Ratio
Ratio change from 2012
Alabama
1,905,886
80,138
4.20%
0.14 pct. pts
Alaska
269,890
18,209
6.75%
0.28 pct. pts
Arizona
2,453,991
108,682
4.43%
-0.58 pct. pts
Arkansas
1,167,428
43,588
3.73%
0.25 pct. pts
California
12,883,977
777,624
6.04%
-0.05 pct. pts
Colorado
2,057,819
113,914
5.54%
0.02 pct. pts
Connecticut
1,376,955
100,754
7.32%
0.11 pct. pts
Delaware
349,794
21,679
6.20%
0.33 pct. pts
District of Columbia
284,867
17,378
6.10%
0.08 pct. pts
Florida
7,631,375
348,623
4.57%
-0.46 pct. pts
Georgia
3,694,439
163,144
4.42%
-0.20 pct. pts
Hawaii
466,705
33,520
7.18%
-0.11 pct. pts
Idaho
595,106
22,379
3.76%
-0.44 pct. pts
Illinois
4,884,048
270,414
5.54%
0.04 pct. pts
Indiana
2,532,022
101,789
4.02%
-0.24 pct. pts
Iowa
1,239,152
58,095
4.69%
0.28 pct. pts
Kansas
1,128,776
54,266
4.81%
0.17 pct. pts
Kentucky
1,748,832
67,068
3.84%
0.05 pct. pts
Louisiana
1,774,060
79,681
4.49%
0.35 pct. pts
Maine
560,006
26,276
4.69%
0.41 pct. pts
Maryland
2,199,912
169,287
7.70%
0.39 pct. pts
Massachusetts
2,587,868
174,225
6.73%
0.22 pct. pts
Michigan
3,883,070
169,991
4.38%
-0.27 pct. pts
Minnesota
2,131,481
118,410
5.56%
0.11 pct. pts
Mississippi
1,128,842
40,955
3.63%
0.14 pct. pts
Missouri
2,399,696
106,390
4.43%
0.07 pct. pts
Montana
420,800
18,106
4.30%
0.24 pct. pts
Nebraska
736,877
34,916
4.74%
0.32 pct. pts
Nevada
1,022,478
44,437
4.35%
-0.78 pct. pts
New Hampshire
522,867
33,867
6.48%
0.39 pct. pts
New Jersey
3,238,448
242,647
7.49%
0.22 pct. pts
New Mexico
815,453
37,957
4.65%
0.28 pct. pts
New York
7,408,730
429,153
5.79%
0.11 pct. pts
North Carolina
3,853,043
158,447
4.11%
-0.05 pct. pts
North Dakota
293,994
13,494
4.59%
0.53 pct. pts
Ohio
4,625,934
204,121
4.41%
-0.01 pct. pts
Oklahoma
1,496,646
62,233
4.16%
0.17 pct. pts
Oregon
1,559,406
70,731
4.54%
-0.22 pct. pts
Pennsylvania
5,060,354
265,350
5.24%
0.27 pct. pts
Rhode Island
413,196
22,845
5.53%
0.08 pct. pts
South Carolina
1,852,786
76,831
4.15%
-0.06 pct. pts
South Dakota
333,001
14,553
4.37%
0.35 pct. pts
Tennessee
2,542,865
101,465
3.99%
-0.04 pct. pts
Texas
9,336,438
456,949
4.89%
0.16 pct. pts
Utah
917,043
45,393
4.95%
-0.23 pct. pts
Vermont
259,015
13,630
5.26%
0.25 pct. pts
Virginia
3,137,169
208,187
6.64%
0.28 pct. pts
Washington
2,711,326
155,668
5.74%
0.21 pct. pts
West Virginia
767,945
29,367
3.82%
0.22 pct. pts
Wisconsin
2,312,821
106,647
4.61%
-0.02 pct. pts
Wyoming
231,877
12,058
5.20%
0.22 pct. pts
Source: Phoenix Marketing International

E.J. Smith works with new investors that have $2 million or more to invest. He can be reached at: ejsmith@youngresearch.com