In case you ever wondered where all the rich people lived, for hunting purposes, here is a handy little list released by our friends at the Internal Revenue Service.

The list factors in the number of individuals with a minimum net worth of $2 million and also the percentage of millionaires in proportion to each state’s total adult population. The list shouldn’t really surprise anyone except for one state.

1. California – 329,000 (or 1.2% of total adult population)

2. New York – 160,000 (or 1.1% of the adult population)

3. Florida – 155,000 (or 1.2% of total adult population)

4. Texas – 100,000 (or 0.6% of total adult population)

5. Illinois – 83,000 (or 0.6% total adult population)

6. New Jersey – 71,000 (or 1.1% of total adult population)

7. Pennsylvania – 57,000 (or 0.6% of total adult population)

8. Massachusetts  – 51,000 (or 1% of total adult population)

9. Ohio – 50,000 (or 0.6% of total adult population)

10. Virginia – 49,000 (or 0.8% of total adult population)

Ohio? What the heck is going on in Ohio? There are more millionaires than Browns fans in the entire state.

[Via Haute Living]