Some of the takeaways highlighted by HowMuch.net include the way industries are grouped around the country, particularly with regard to natural resources. Petroleum oil dominates along the western portion of the Gulf coast, while coal remains an important export through Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Virginia.
Additionally, the supply chain on airplanes is vast and can be seen in the number of states with airplane-related exports. It's one industry that, while it is predominant in the southeast, stretches across the country, popping up in 17 states, including Kansas, California, Hawaii, and Wisconsin. The site also notes that Washington is the state most dependent on its exports, largely due to the footprint of Boeing.
Despite Idaho's reputation for being potato-rich -- there is even a Potato Museum in the state -- "chips" refers to computer chips and not potato chips.