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]

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Map of U.S.states by Nominal GDP in billions USD

     >$1 trillion      $100 bil. - $1 tril.      <$100 billion
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 2017 % of Nation Region
 United States 19,263,350[B] 100.00[B]
1 1  California 2,746,873 14.17 West
2 2  Texas 1,696,206 8.64 South
3 3  New York 1,547,116 8.10 Northeast
4 4  Florida 967,337 5.00 South
5 5  Illinois 820,362 4.30 Midwest
6 6  Pennsylvania 752,071 3.89 Northeast
7 7  Ohio 649,127 3.39 Midwest
8 8  New Jersey 591,743 3.11 Northeast
9 9  Georgia 554,269 2.87 South
10 10  North Carolina 538,291 2.82 South
11 11  Massachusetts 527,455 2.73 Northeast
12 12  Virginia 508,662 2.66 South
13 13  Washington 506,353 2.58 West
14 14  Michigan 504,967 2.65 Midwest
15 15  Maryland 393,632 2.07 South
16 16  Indiana 359,122 1.88 Midwest
17 17  Minnesota 351,113 1.83 Midwest
18 18  Tennessee 345,218 1.79 South
19 19  Colorado 342,748 1.74 West
20 20  Wisconsin 324,061 1.69 Midwest
21 21  Arizona 319,850 1.65 West
22 22  Missouri 304,898 1.62 Midwest
23 23  Connecticut 260,827 1.40 Northeast
24 24  Louisiana 246,264 1.28 South
25 25  Oregon 236,219 1.24 West
26 26  South Carolina 219,093 1.13 South
27 27  Alabama 210,954 1.11 South
28 28  Kentucky 202,507 1.06 South
29 29  Iowa 190,191 1.00 Midwest
30 30  Oklahoma 189,160 0.98 South
31 31  Utah 165,526 0.85 West
32 32  Kansas 157,797 0.81 Midwest
33 33  Nevada 156,313 0.79 West
34  District of Columbia 131,010 0.68 South
35 34  Arkansas 124,918 0.66 South
36 35  Nebraska 121,774 0.63 Midwest
37 36  Mississippi 111,707 0.59 South
38  Puerto Rico 103,135 0.55[A]
39 37  New Mexico 97,090 0.51 West
40 38  Hawaii 88,136 0.46 West
41 39  New Hampshire 80,516 0.42 Northeast
42 40  West Virginia 76,794 0.39 South
43 41  Delaware 73,541 0.39 South
44 42  Idaho 71,886 0.37 West
45 43  Maine 61,404 0.32 Northeast
46 44  Rhode Island 59,458 0.31 Northeast
47 45   North Dakota 55,493 0.29 Midwest
48 46  Alaska 52,789 0.27 West
49 47  South Dakota 49,928 0.26 Midwest
50 48  Montana 48,098 0.25 West
51 49  Wyoming 40,286 0.21 West
52 50  Vermont 32,197 0.17 Northeast
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.