canada goose Half the US presidents were born in 4 states. These are the 21 states that have produced the most presidents. Pat Ralph Sep. 1, 2018, 2:04 PM Then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves to the crowd gathered in front of Trump Tower in New York on Sept. 24, 2015.AP Photo/Kevin Hagen When President Donald Trump was took office, he became the fifth US president to hail from New York. The Empire State now has the third-most presidents to call its own. It’s one of four states that have produced half of the 44 US presidents, along with Virginia, Ohio, and Massachusetts. Many presidents, including Barack Obama and George W. Bush, later moved to and identified with other states. For example, former President Barack Obama was born in Hawaii , but he later moved to and was a senator from Illinois. Bush is primarily affiliated with Texas despite being born in Connecticut. Here are the 21 states that produced all the US presidents. 1/ Twenty-nine states haven’t produced any presidents yet. Most of them are in the west, and didn’t exist when the country was founded. Here’s the breakdown: Twenty-one states have produced all 44 US presidents. Samantha Lee/Business Insider 2/ Virginia had eight presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor, and Woodrow Wilson. Thomas Jefferson. Wikipedia 3/ Ohio had seven presidents: Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James A. Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, William Howard Taft, and Warren G. Harding. Ulysses S. Grant. Google Commons 4/ New York had five presidents: Martin Van Buren, Millard Fillmore, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Donald Trump. President Donald Trump and Maj. Gen. Walter Piatt view air assault exercises outside Hangar 2060 at Fort Drum, New York on Aug. 13, 2018. AP Photo / Carolyn Kaster 5/ Massachusetts had four presidents: John Adams Canada Goose outlet , John Quincy Adams, John F. Kennedy, and George H.W. Bush. President John F. Kennedy, sailing off the coast of Maine in 1962. Robert Knudsen/The White House/Reuters 6/ North Carolina had two presidents: James J. Polk and Andrew Johnson. James K. Polk. National Archives / Handout / Getty Images 7/ Texas had two presidents: Dwight D. Eisenhower and Lyndon B. Johnson. Lyndon B. Johnson. Wikimedia Commons 8/ Vermont had two presidents: Chester A. Arthur and Calvin Coolidge Calvin Coolidge. General Photographic Agency / Stringer / Getty Images 9/ South Carolina had one president: Andrew Jackson. Andrew Jackson. AP Images 10/ New Hampshire had one president: Franklin Pierce. Franklin Pierce. Hulton Archive / Stringer / Getty Images 11/ Pennsylvania had one president: James Buchanan. James Buchanan. National Archives / Handout / Getty Images 12/ Kentucky had one president: Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln. Getty Images / Staff 13/ New Jersey had one president: Grover Cleveland. Grover Cleveland. National Archives / Handout / Getty Images 14/ Iowa had one president: Herbert Hoover. Herbert Hoover. Wikimedia Commons 15/ Missouri had one president: Harry S. Truman. Harry Truman. Getty Images 16/ California had one president: Richard Nixon. Richard Nixon. Getty Images 17/ Nebraska had one president: Gerald Ford. President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford on the closing night of the Republican National Convention, in Kansas City, Missouri on August 19, 1976. Karl Schumache/Reuters 18/ Georgia had one president: Jimmy Carter. Jimmy Carter. AP Photo/John Bazemore 19/ Illinois had one president: Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan. AP Photo/Doug Mills 20/ Arkansas had one president: Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton. Win McNamee / Getty Images 21/ Connecticut had one president: George W. Bush. George W. Bush. Getty Images / Handout 22/ Hawaii had one president: Barack Obama. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama wave goodbye before boarding Air Force One at Joint Base Hickam in Honolulu, Hawaii on January 3, 2015. Gary Cameron/Reuters Previous 1/ Next SEE ALSO: The height differences between all the US presidents and first ladies DON'T MISS: Historic photos show every time American presidents met British Kings and Queens canada goose parka