Comparison between U.S. states and countries by GDP (nominal) per capita

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Per capita GDP by state
Map of countries by 2007 GDP (nominal) per capita (IMF, April 2008).

This is a comparison between US states and countries' per capita nominal Gross Domestic Product. These figures are based on the International Monetary Fund list on List of countries by GDP (nominal) per capita for world GDP, and the List of U.S. states by GDP per capita (nominal) figures.

The US is not counted as a whole in the overall rank because this would be double counting since the states of the US are being compared to other countries. These figures are calculated using exchange rate conversions, and exchange rates fluctuate from year to year.

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IMF list
Overall Rank Rank by country/Rank by US State Country/US State GDP per capita (USD)
- World 8,241
- European Union 33,889
- - United States of America 45,725
01 01 District of Columbia 124,363
02 01 Luxembourg 103,125
03 02 Norway 83,485
04 03 Qatar 78,754
05 02 Delaware 69,288
06 04 Iceland 64,548
07 05 Ireland 60,209
07 06 Switzerland 58,513
08 07 Denmark 57,137
09 03 Connecticut 50,332
10 08 Sweden 49,603
11 09 Finland 46,856
12 10 Netherlands 46,774
13 04 Massachusetts 46,721
13 05 New York 46,617
14 11 United Kingdom 46,099
15 12 United States 45,725
16 06 New Jersey 44,885
17 13 Austria 44,852
18 07 Alaska 43,748
19 14 Canada 43,674
20 15 Australia 43,163
21 16 Belgium 42,618
22 17 United Arab Emirates 42,501
23 18 France 42,034
24 08 Colorado 41,798
25 09 Virginia 41,702
26 10 California 41,663
27 11 Minnesota 41,295
28 19 Germany 40,400
29 12 Nevada 39,813
30 13 Washington 39,616
31 14 Illinois 39,514
32 15 Maryland 39,161
33 16 Wyoming 39,130
34 17 Hawaii 38,083
35 18 New Hampshire 37,666
36 19 Oregon 37,633
37 20 Texas 36,920
38 21 North Carolina 36,489
39 22 Nebraska 36,441
40 23 Rhode Island 36,292
41 24 South Dakota 35,842
42 25 Iowa 35,662
43 20 Italy 35,745
44 26 Wisconsin 35,390
45 27 Georgia 35,362
46 21 Singapore 35,163
47 28 Pennsylvania 34,828
48 29 Ohio 34,609
49 30 Vermont 34,472
50 31 North Dakota 34,446
51 32 Tennessee 34,321
52 20 Japan 34,296
53 33 Kansas 34,242
54 34 Indiana 34,058
55 35 Florida 33,718
56 23 Kuwait 33,687
57 36 Michigan 33,468
58 37 Arizona 33,441
59 38 Missouri 33,297
60 39 Louisiana 32,923
61 40 Utah 32,357
62 20 Spain 32,090
63 41 New Mexico 31,986
64 25 Brunei 31,879
65 42 Idaho 30,896
66 26 New Zealand 30,390
67 43 Maine 30,305
68 44 Kentucky 29,842
69 45 Alabama 29,697
70 46 South Carolina 29,642
71 47 Oklahoma 29,545
72 27 Greece 28,152
73 48 Montana 27,942
74 49 Arkansas 27,875
75 50 West Virginia 24,748
76 51 Mississippi 24,062

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