List of U.S. states and territories by GDP

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Map of U.S. states by GDP in million U.S. dollars.

This is a list of U.S. states and territories sorted by their gross domestic product (GDP). The United States Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) defines GDP by state as "the sum of value added from all industries in the state."[1] Data for the territories is from Worldbank.org.[2][3][4][5][6]

List[edit]

State GDPs
GDP per capita 2015
List of U.S. states and territories by GDP (millions of current dollars)[7]
Rank Rank
(50
states)
State or territory 2016 % of Nation
 United States 18,511,499[B] 100.00[B]
1 1  California 2,622,731 14.17
2 2  Texas 1,399,283 8.64
3 3  New York 1,170,055 8.10
4 4  Florida 926,049 5.00
5 5  Illinois 796,012 4.30
6 6  Pennsylvania 719,834 3.89
7 7  Ohio 626,622 3.39
8 8  New Jersey 575,331 3.11
9 9  Georgia 531,302 2.87
10 10  North Carolina 521,621 2.82
11 11  Massachusetts 505,776 2.73
12 12  Virginia 492,932 2.66
13 13  Michigan 490,238 2.65
14 14  Washington 476,770 2.58
15 15  Maryland 382,437 2.07
16 16  Indiana 347,249 1.88
17 17  Minnesota 339,096 1.83
18 18  Tennessee 331,868 1.79
19 19  Colorado 322,644 1.74
20 20  Wisconsin 313,088 1.69
21 21  Arizona 305,849 1.65
22 22  Missouri 299,113 1.62
23 23  Connecticut 259,918 1.40
24 24  Louisiana 236,999 1.28
25 25  Oregon 228,886 1.24
26 26  South Carolina 209,859 1.13
27 27  Alabama 205,625 1.11
28 28  Kentucky 196,681 1.06
29 29  Iowa 185,183 1.00
30 30  Oklahoma 181,278 0.98
31 31  Utah 157,671 0.85
32 32  Kansas 150,576 0.81
33 33  Nevada 146,278 0.79
34  District of Columbia 126,478 0.68
35 34  Arkansas 121,383 0.66
36 35  Nebraska 117,446 0.63
37 36  Mississippi 108,495 0.59
38  Puerto Rico 103,135 0.55[A]
39 37  New Mexico 93,594 0.51
40 38  Hawaii 84,671 0.46
41 39  New Hampshire 77,208 0.42
42 40  West Virginia 72,861 0.39
43 41  Delaware 71,453 0.39
44 42  Idaho 68,377 0.37
45 43  Maine 59,295 0.32
46 44  Rhode Island 57,529 0.31
47 45   North Dakota 53,453 0.29
48 46  Alaska 50,404 0.27
49 47  South Dakota 48,354 0.26
50 48  Montana 46,227 0.25
51 49  Wyoming 38,328 0.21
52 50  Vermont 31,091 0.17
53  Guam 5,793 0.03[A]
54  US Virgin Islands 3,765 0.02[A]
55  Northern Mariana Islands 1,242 0.006[A]
56  American Samoa 658 0.003[A]

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A. ^ Percentage is out of a separate United States GDP total which includes the territories and the District of Columbia (18,626,092 million).
B. ^ Excludes the U.S. territories.[8] If the territories are included, total is 18,626,092 million. Percentages for states are based on 18,511,499 number.


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References[edit]

  1. ^ "BEA Glossary". Bureau of Economic Analysis. U.S. Department of Commerce. Retrieved 8 June 2017. 
  2. ^ https://data.worldbank.org/country/American-Samoa Worldbank.org. American Samoa. Retrieved 3 January 2018.
  3. ^ https://data.worldbank.org/country/Virgin-Islands-US Worldbank.org. Virgin Islands (U.S.). Retrieved 3 January 2018.
  4. ^ https://data.worldbank.org/country/Northern-Mariana-Islands Worldbank.org. Northern Mariana Islands. Retrieved 3 January 2018.
  5. ^ https://data.worldbank.org/country/Guam Worldbank.org. Guam. Retrieved 3 January 2018.
  6. ^ https://data.worldbank.org/country/Puerto-Rico Worldbank.org. Puerto Rico. Retrieved 3 January 2018.
  7. ^ "Gross domestic product (GDP) by state (millions of current dollars)". Bureau of Economic Analysis. Retrieved 8 December 2017. 
  8. ^ https://www.bea.gov/faq/index.cfm?faq_id=1188&searchQuery= BEA.gov. Frequently Asked Questions: Are Puerto Rico and the U.S. Territories included in the estimates of U.S. GDP? Retrieved 3 January 2018.