List of U.S. states and territories by GDP

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Map of the U.S. states and the District of Columbia by GDP in million U.S. dollars.

This is a list of U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. 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]

Map of U.S.states and federal district by Nominal GDP in billions USD (2018)[7]

     >$1 trillion      $100 bil. - $1 tril.      <$100 billion



State GDPs
GDP per capita 2015
List of U.S. states, federal district, and territories by GDP (millions of current dollars)[8]
Rank State
federal district
or territory
2019 Q3
[note 1]
% of Nation GDP per capita Region
 United States
[note 2]
21,542,540[B] 100.00[B] 66,255
1  California 3,155,224 14.6 79,764 West
2  Texas 1,896,063 8.8 66,061 South
3  New York 1,740,745 8.1 89,076 Northeast
4  Florida 1,100,721 5.1 51,679 South
5  Illinois 901,572 4.2 70,761 Midwest
6  Pennsylvania 817,216 3.8 63,810 Northeast
7  Ohio 701,438 3.3 60,006 Midwest
8  New Jersey 648,984 3.0 72,850 Northeast
9  Georgia 619,818 2.9 58,921 South
10  Washington 603,772 2.8 80,123 West
11  Massachusetts 599,092 2.8 86,798 Northeast
12  North Carolina 590,711 2.7 56,889 South
13  Virginia 557,144 2.6 65,410 South
14  Michigan 543,977 2.5 54,420 Midwest
15  Maryland 430,388 2.0 71,224 South
16  Colorado 392,348 1.8 68,887 West
17  Minnesota 383,094 1.8 68,273 Midwest
18  Tennessee 382,275 1.8 56,466 South
19  Indiana 379,133 1.8 56,656 Midwest
20  Arizona 368,556 1.7 51,391 West
21  Wisconsin 348,822 1.6 60,001 Midwest
22  Missouri 334,286 1.6 54,564 Midwest
23  Connecticut 287,560 1.3 80,489 Northeast
24  Louisiana 264,853 1.2 56,836 South
25  Oregon 253,036 1.2 60,380 West
26  South Carolina 247,711 1.1 48,722 South
27  Alabama 232,145 1.1 47,494 South
28  Kentucky 215,586 1.0 48,247 South
29  Oklahoma 206,254 1.0 52,308 South
30  Iowa 195,858 0.9 62,056 Midwest
31  Utah 189,809 0.9 60,045 West
32  Nevada 178,622 0.8 58,866 West
33  Kansas 174,183 0.8 59,826 Midwest
34  District of Columbia 146,996 0.7 209,260 South
35  Arkansas 134,022 0.6 44,469 South
36  Nebraska 127,941 0.6 66,316 Midwest
37  Mississippi 119,497 0.6 40,012 South
38  New Mexico 104,349 0.5 49,798 West
39  Puerto Rico 101,131 0.48[A] 31,651 South[D]
40  Hawaii 97,664 0.5 68,754 West
41  New Hampshire 89,152 0.4 65,724 Northeast
42  Idaho 81,493 0.4 46,456 West
43  West Virginia 78,270 0.4 43,343 South
44  Delaware 75,765 0.4 78,337 South
45  Maine 67,905 0.3 50,736 Northeast
46  Rhode Island 63,903 0.3 60,439 Northeast
47  North Dakota 57,106 0.3 75,132 Midwest
48  Alaska 55,430 0.3 75,166 West
49  South Dakota 53,692 0.3 60,859 Midwest
50  Montana 52,470 0.2 49,393 West
51  Wyoming 39,610 0.2 68,561 West
52  Vermont 34,973 0.2 55,841 Northeast
53  Guam 5,859 0.03[A] 35,665 West[C]
54  U.S. Virgin Islands 3,855 0.02[A] 36,802 South[D]
55  Northern Mariana Islands 1,593 0.007[A] 28,164 West[C]
56  American Samoa 634 0.003[A] 11,399 West[C]

Notes[edit]

A. ^ Percentage is out of a separate United States GDP total which includes the U.S. territories (20,978,212 million).
B. ^ This excludes the U.S. territories. If the territories are included, the total is 20,978,212 million.[9] Percentages for states are determined from the version of the count that excludes territories (20,865,140 million).
C. ^ Outlying area of the Western United States
D. ^ Outlying area of the Southern United States
  1. ^ 2018 for the 50 states, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico; 2017 for American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands
  2. ^ "United States" in this case means the 50 states and District of Columbia (excluding the U.S. territories)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BEA Glossary". Bureau of Economic Analysis. U.S. Department of Commerce. Archived from the original on 28 September 2017. 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. ^ https://www.bea.gov/system/files/2019-04/qgdpstate0519_4.pdf
  8. ^ "Gross domestic product (GDP) by state (millions of current dollars)" (PDF). Bureau of Economic Analysis. Archived (PDF) from the original on 16 February 2020. Retrieved 17 February 2020.
  9. ^ 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.