Most businesses are small businesses—and in every state, at least 90% of all businesses are small, according to the Small Business Administration. These companies aren’t large employers, so in most states, the percentage of the workforce they support is between 40% and 50%. Montana has the highest rate at about 67%, and Wyoming is second at 64%. Overall, small businesses support 44% of the U.S. economic activity, according to the SBA. This chart shows the number of small, independently owned companies in each state, and the share of the state’s jobs they support.