List of states and territories of the United States by GDP

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This is a list of U.S. states and territories by Gross Domestic Product (GDP). This article presents the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia and their nominal GDP at current prices.

The data source for the list is the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) in 2020. The BEA defined GDP by state as "the sum of value added from all industries in the state."[1]

Nominal GDP does not take into account differences in the cost of living in different countries, and the results can vary greatly from one year to another based on fluctuations in the exchange rates of the country's currency. Such fluctuations may change a country's ranking from one year to the next, even though they often make little or no difference in the standard of living of its population.[2]

Overall, in the calendar year 2020, the United States' Nominal GDP at Current Prices totalled at $20.94 Trillion, as compared to $21.43 Trillion in 2019.

The three U.S. states with the highest GDPs were California ($3.09 Trillion), Texas ($1.76 Trillion), and New York ($1.70 Trillion). The three U.S. states with the lowest GDPs were Vermont ($32.8 Billion), Wyoming ($36.2 Billion), and Alaska ($50.2 Billion).

GDP per capita also varied widely throughout the United States in 2020, with New York ($87,866), Massachusetts ($84,722), and Washington state ($80,418) recorded the three highest GDP per capita figures in the U.S, while Mississippi ($38,493), West Virginia ($41,299), and Arkansas ($42,591) recorded the three lowest GDP per capita figures in the U.S. The District of Columbia, though, recorded a GDP per capita figure far higher than any U.S. state in 2020 at $201,360.

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In the list below, you can find the annual Nominal GDP of each state and territory of the U.S. in both 2019 and in 2020, as well as the GDP change between those two years, and also the GDP per capita in each U.S. state and territory in 2020. The list is initially sorted by Nominal GDP in 2020, but you can click the table headers to sort by any column.[1][3]

The raw GDP data below is measured in Millions of U.S. Dollars

The GDP data below does not reflect the fourth-quarter 2020 GDP totals, but rather the annual totals.









State or Territory
Nominal GDP
at Current Prices
(US $ Million)[1]
Annual GDP Change
at Current Prices
(2019 - 2020)[1]
Real GDP
Growth Rate

(2019 - 2020)


GDP per capita[1][3]


% of National[1]
2020 2019 Absolute
Change
(US $ Million)
Percentage
Change
2020 2019 2020 2019

 California 3,091,871.5 3,132,800.6 Decrease 40,929.1 Decrease 1.31% Decrease 2.77% $78,538 $79,437 14.77% 14.62%
 Texas 1,759,734.4 1,843,802.7 Decrease 84,068.3 Decrease 4.56% Decrease 3.47% $59,935 $63,608 8.41% 8.60%
 New York 1,699,044.7 1,772,260.7 Decrease 73,216.0 Decrease 4.13% Decrease 5.92% $87,866 $91,057 8.12% 8.27%
 Florida 1,095,888.2 1,106,500.1 Decrease 10,611.9 Decrease 0.96% Decrease 2.86% $50,424 $51,484 5.23% 5.16%
 Illinois 863,516.7 885,583.0 Decrease 22,066.3 Decrease 2.49% Decrease 3.99% $68,601 $69,913 4.12% 4.13%
 Pennsylvania 780,176.1 808,737.5 Decrease 28,561.4 Decrease 3.53% Decrease 4.40% $61,031 $63,188 3.73% 3.77%
 Ohio 675,037.3 695,361.6 Decrease 20,324.3 Decrease 2.92% Decrease 3.96% $57,729 $59,450 3.22% 3.24%
 Georgia 619,240.0 625,713.6 Decrease 6,473.6 Decrease 1.03% Decrease 2.53% $57,819 $58,874 2.96% 2.92%
 New Jersey 619,061.1 634,783.6 Decrease 15,722.5 Decrease 2.48% Decrease 4.06% $69,695 $71,394 2.96% 2.96%
 Washington 618,704.9 612,996.5 Increase 5,708.4 Increase 0.93% Decrease 0.74% $80,418 $80,509 2.96% 2.86%
 North Carolina 586,136.2 591,600.9 Decrease 5,464.7 Decrease 0.92% Decrease 2.50% $55,292 $56,336 2.80% 2.76%
 Massachusetts 584,039.0 596,593.1 Decrease 12,554.1 Decrease 2.10% Decrease 3.79% $84,722 $86,527 2.79% 2.78%
 Virginia 551,760.3 556,905.2 Decrease 5,144.9 Decrease 0.92% Decrease 2.50% $64,229 $65,085 2.64% 2.60%
 Michigan 515,928.3 536,888.3 Decrease 20,960.0 Decrease 3.90% Decrease 5.39% $51,766 $53,771 2.46% 2.50%
 Maryland 422,726.4 426,747.4 Decrease 4,021.0 Decrease 0.94% Decrease 2.64% $69,805 $70,479 2.02% 1.99%
 Colorado 390,098.7 392,986.0 Decrease 2,887.3 Decrease 0.73% Decrease 1.46% $67,169 $68,245 1.86% 1.83%
 Minnesota 374,351.8 383,777.0 Decrease 9,425.2 Decrease 2.46% Decrease 3.69% $66,171 $68,045 1.79% 1.79%
 Indiana 372,636.7 379,684.1 Decrease 7,047.4 Decrease 1.86% Decrease 3.05% $55,165 $56,408 1.78% 1.77%
 Arizona 372,461.0 370,119.1 Increase 2,341.9 Increase 0.63% Decrease 0.91% $50,187 $50,758 1.78% 1.73%
 Tennessee 364,485.9 376,582.4 Decrease 12,096.5 Decrease 3.21% Decrease 4.86% $52,925 $55,134 1.74% 1.76%
 Wisconsin 338,678.4 349,416.5 Decrease 10,738.1 Decrease 3.07% Decrease 4.50% $58,066 $59,990 1.62% 1.63%
 Missouri 321,708.8 328,400.6 Decrease 6,691.8 Decrease 2.04% Decrease 3.58% $52,297 $53,481 1.54% 1.53%
 Connecticut 280,900.3 287,822.2 Decrease 6,921.9 Decrease 2.40% Decrease 4.09% $78,971 $80,712 1.34% 1.34%
 Oregon 250,458.5 253,623.2 Decrease 3,164.7 Decrease 1.25% Decrease 2.83% $59,049 $60,156 1.20% 1.18%
 Louisiana 241,990.8 256,918.5 Decrease 14,927.7 Decrease 5.81% Decrease 5.48% $52,093 $55,153 1.16% 1.20%
 South Carolina 241,688.7 247,543.8 Decrease 5,855.1 Decrease 2.37% Decrease 4.06% $46,318 $47,995 1.15% 1.15%
 Alabama 224,870.6 228,142.6 Decrease 3,272.0 Decrease 1.43% Decrease 2.67% $45,691 $46,484 1.07% 1.06%
 Kentucky 210,024.2 215,398.9 Decrease 5,374.7 Decrease 2.50% Decrease 3.67% $46,909 $48,162 1.00% 1.00%
 Utah 194,985.8 192,519.2 Increase 2,466.6 Increase 1.28% Decrease 0.10% $59,998 $60,099 0.93% 0.90%
 Iowa 192,710.2 194,658.1 Decrease 1,947.9 Decrease 1.00% Decrease 2.30% $60,916 $61,609 0.92% 0.91%
 Oklahoma 186,581.4 202,036.1 Decrease 15,454.7 Decrease 7.65% Decrease 6.07% $46,871 $51,011 0.89% 0.94%
 Kansas 173,298.3 176,493.1 Decrease 3,194.8 Decrease 1.81% Decrease 2.97% $59,475 $60,596 0.83% 0.82%
 Nevada 172,597.6 178,199.4 Decrease 5,601.8 Decrease 3.14% Decrease 4.59% $54,998 $57,655 0.82% 0.83%
 District of Columbia 143,532.7 143,389.3 Increase 143.4 Increase 0.10% Decrease 1.47% $201,360 $202,455 0.69% 0.67%
 Arkansas 129,073.9 130,954.1 Decrease 1,880.2 Decrease 1.44% Decrease 2.62% $42,591 $43,348 0.62% 0.61%
 Nebraska 128,808.7 130,011.8 Decrease 1,203.1 Decrease 0.93% Decrease 2.08% $66,480 $67,274 0.62% 0.61%
 Mississippi 114,200.6 115,971.3 Decrease 1,770.7 Decrease 1.53% Decrease 2.82% $38,493 $38,940 0.55% 0.54%
 New Mexico 100,310.1 105,143.4 Decrease 4,833.3 Decrease 4.60% Decrease 3.07% $47,623 $50,077 0.48% 0.49%
 Hawaii 89,856.2 95,744.3 Decrease 5,888.1 Decrease 6.15% Decrease 8.01% $63,863 $67,634 0.43% 0.45%
 New Hampshire 85,109.3 87,634.1 Decrease 2,524.8 Decrease 2.88% Decrease 4.71% $62,293 $64,400 0.41% 0.41%
 Idaho 84,032.2 83,665.5 Increase 366.7 Increase 0.44% Decrease 1.14% $45,997 $46,765 0.40% 0.39%
 Delaware 75,512.5 77,082.4 Decrease 1,569.9 Decrease 2.04% Decrease 3.86% $76,522 $78,924 0.36% 0.36%
 West Virginia 73,709.2 78,863.9 Decrease 5,154.7 Decrease 6.54% Decrease 5.51% $41,299 $43,929 0.35% 0.37%
 Maine 66,196.0 67,717.1 Decrease 1,521.1 Decrease 2.25% Decrease 4.13% $49,029 $50,318 0.32% 0.32%
 Rhode Island 60,224.7 61,883.8 Decrease 1,659.1 Decrease 2.68% Decrease 4.53% $56,970 $58,483 0.29% 0.29%
 South Dakota 54,852.1 54,940.9 Decrease 88.8 Decrease 0.16% Decrease 1.68% $61,444 $61,931 0.26% 0.26%
 North Dakota 54,032.9 57,180.9 Decrease 3,148.0 Decrease 5.51% Decrease 3.54% $70,603 $74,871 0.26% 0.27%
 Montana 51,488.7 52,934.6 Decrease 1,445.9 Decrease 2.73% Decrease 2.98% $47,649 $49,466 0.25% 0.25%
 Alaska 50,246.7 54,385.6 Decrease 4,138.9 Decrease 7.61% Decrease 4.90% $68,722 $74,135 0.24% 0.25%
 Wyoming 36,241.5 40,420.1 Decrease 4,178.6 Decrease 10.34% Decrease 6.99% $62,236 $69,676 0.17% 0.19%
 Vermont 32,796.7 34,013.4 Decrease 1,216.7 Decrease 3.58% Decrease 5.40% $52,614 $54,505 0.16% 0.16%
 United States 20,936,558.0 21,433,226.0 Decrease 496,668.0 Decrease 2.32% Decrease 3.49% $63,543 $65,280 100% 100%

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The GDP of each U.S. state and the District of Columbia in 2020 according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
Real GDP Growth Rate by U.S. state according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis in 2020
The GDP per capita of each U.S. state and the District of Columbia in 2020 according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis and the U.S. Census Bureau

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "GDP by State". GDP by State | U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). Bureau of Economic Analysis. Retrieved 26 March 2021.
  2. ^ Moffatt, Mike. "A Beginner's Guide to Purchasing Power Parity Theory". About.com. IAC/InterActiveCorp. Retrieved 26 March 2021.
  3. ^ a b "Population, Population Change, and Estimated Components of Population Change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2020 (NST-EST2020-alldata)". Census.gov. United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on December 22, 2020. Retrieved 22 December 2020.