Well, I think we should consider some realistic figure like most cirrus per based aircraft or number of pilots. Kentucky cannot hope to keep up with Wings Aloft, Airshares or big fields in wealthy states such as Florida and California. Therefore, I propose looking at it from a “Cirrus per pilot” perspective.
My airfiield (Bowman/LOU - Louisville, KY) has 3 Cirruses - 2 SR22’s and 1 SR20. On a per capita basis, I bet we win!
Of course if we look at it from a “”# of Cirrus operations" perspective, sort of using the FAA’s traffic count philosophy, I bet Mike Radomsky’s field wins and it only has his one Cirrus!