5 states border the pacific
Because the states are next to the Pacific Ocean. - F.H
California borders Arizona to the West on the Pacific side
Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska, and Hawaii.
AnswerFive US States touch the Pacific Ocean: 1. California2. Oregon3. Washington4. Hawaii5. Alaska5 states border the pacific ocean: Washington, Oregon, Cali, Alaska and Hawaii
The 5 US states are Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, and Hawaii.
Alaska, California, Hawaii,Oregon, Washington as they all have coastlines on the Pacific Ocean (and are the only American states that border that ocean)
Five US States touch the Pacific Ocean: 1. California 2. Oregon 3. Washington 4. Hawaii 5. Alaska
5 The States Are Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska, and Hawaii
there are 5
The US States that border the Pacific Ocean are:1. California 2. Oregon 3. Washington 4. Alaska 5. Hawaii
Alaska is the largest and Hawaii is the smallest.
None, Hawaii is a group of islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
California is the biggest state in the Pacific states group. California is the biggest U.S. state based on population. Based on total area, California is the 3rd largest U.S. state behind #1 Alaska and #2 Texas.
That state is California, but the question err's when it cites only four states with borders.
The Hawaiian Islands are about halfway between the United States on the eastern rim of the Pacific Ocean and the Japanese archipelago on the western rim of the Pacific.
The three Pacific States of the United States are California, Washington, and Oregon They are called that because they are on the coast of the Pacific Ocean.
The state of Hawaii is a group of 8 islands out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Therefore there are no other states boarding Hawaii.
Alaska, however California leads in population.
Alaska and Hawaii. Alaska borders Canada. Hawaii is a group of islands located in the Pacific.
In alphabetical order, the waters of the Pacific touch the shores of 5 US states # Alaska # California # Hawaii # Oregon # Washington
Washington, Oregon, Alaska, California, and Washington