List of U.S. states by GDP per capita

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U.S. states by GDP per capita in 2012

This is a list of U.S. states sorted by their gross domestic product (GDP) per capita. 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]

Lists[edit]

Real[edit]

GDP per capita 2015
U.S. states by GDP per capita (chained 2009 dollars)[2]
Rank State 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009
 District of Columbia 160,472 159,227 159,395 159,497 163,274 166,870 168,030 166,178
1  Massachusetts 65,545 64,507 62,510 61,882 62,456 61,769 60,808 59,178
2  New York 64,579 64,092 63,420 62,444 62,841 61,185 61,267 59,481
3  Connecticut 64,511 63,747 62,236 62,550 63,502 63,638 64,906 65,574
4  Alaska 63,971 67,705 67,411 69,700 73,478 70,573 69,564 72,204
5  Delaware 63,664 64,040 63,271 60,719 62,174 63,793 62,837 64,313
6   North Dakota 62,837 67,305 71,056 67,651 68,105 57,066 52,185 48,858
7  Wyoming 58,821 60,908 61,417 60,770 60,777 63,985 64,603 66,320
8  California 58,619 57,328 55,374 53,855 52,974 52,099 51,871 51,733
9  New Jersey 57,084 56,472 55,635 55,750 55,161 54,302 55,023 55,067
10  Washington 56,831 55,780 55,001 54,161 53,439 52,500 52,679 52,264
11  Maryland 55,404 54,894 54,003 53,765 54,018 54,209 53,675 52,515
12  Illinois 54,091 53,432 52,795 51,963 52,172 51,198 50,304 49,859
13  Texas 53,795 54,421 52,993 52,018 50,266 48,354 47,417 47,034
14  Minnesota 53,704 53,380 53,005 51,999 51,272 50,875 50,148 48,884
15  Nebraska 53,114 52,878 53,099 51,565 50,631 51,360 49,569 47,973
16  Colorado 52,795 52,622 52,019 50,475 49,639 49,285 49,254 49,731
17  New Hampshire 51,794 50,456 49,480 48,871 48,652 48,504 48,388 47,265
18  Virginia 51,736 51,716 50,803 51,106 51,546 51,754 51,946 51,389
19  Hawaii 51,277 50,320 49,497 49,539 49,513 49,331 49,418 48,549
20  Pennsylvania 50,997 50,418 49,155 48,278 47,540 46,872 46,387 45,312
21  Oregon 50,582 49,792 48,342 48,094 49,395 51,266 49,601 47,530
 United States 50,577 50,155 49,253 48,538 48,173 47,595 47,287 46,680
22  Iowa 50,315 50,086 49,218 48,002 48,001 46,523 45,884 45,195
23  South Dakota 48,076 47,706 46,776 46,869 46,965 47,972 45,605 45,457
24  Rhode Island 47,639 47,118 46,668 46,356 46,188 46,010 46,332 45,280
25  Ohio 47,567 46,826 46,385 45,254 44,896 44,192 42,667 41,593
26  Wisconsin 47,266 46,859 46,340 45,845 45,382 44,906 44,126 43,215
27  Kansas 46,982 46,890 46,003 45,470 45,514 45,476 44,243 43,770
28  Indiana 45,317 44,797 44,577 43,866 43,064 43,058 42,996 40,572
29  Georgia 44,723 43,913 43,313 42,500 42,191 42,140 42,029 42,052
30  Utah 44,636 44,204 43,069 42,267 41,929 41,992 41,500 41,563
31  Oklahoma 44,623 45,864 45,007 43,288 41,861 39,961 38,303 38,640
32  North Carolina 44,325 44,096 43,372 42,945 42,659 43,223 43,141 43,160
33  Vermont 43,946 43,495 43,039 42,914 43,042 43,124 42,170 40,855
34  Louisiana 43,917 44,293 44,254 43,725 45,482 45,712 48,599 46,949
35  Nevada 43,820 43,649 42,927 43,075 43,382 44,555 44,589 44,774
36  Michigan 43,372 42,631 41,514 40,993 40,463 39,757 38,763 36,676
37  Missouri 43,317 42,943 42,442 42,487 41,926 41,598 42,204 42,012
38  Tennessee 43,267 42,797 41,828 41,487 41,091 40,193 39,370 39,096
39  New Mexico 41,348 41,577 40,842 39,659 40,094 40,167 40,297 40,670
40  Florida 39,543 39,093 38,398 38,023 37,705 37,876 38,604 38,695
41  Montana 39,356 39,686 39,214 38,476 38,537 38,542 37,733 36,667
42  Kentucky 38,985 38,603 38,298 38,247 38,052 37,926 37,579 36,209
43  Maine 38,921 38,450 38,014 37,477 37,705 37,780 38,352 37,910
44  Arizona 38,590 38,414 38,427 38,303 38,559 38,257 37,935 38,232
45  Alabama 37,261 36,856 36,538 36,660 36,425 36,201 35,913 35,376
46  South Carolina 37,063 36,796 36,295 35,701 35,346 35,609 35,126 34,955
47  Arkansas 36,368 36,196 36,249 35,865 34,965 35,146 34,671 33,837
48  West Virginia 36,315 36,453 36,161 35,755 35,509 36,084 35,368 34,564
49  Idaho 35,466 35,467 35,099 34,748 34,094 34,270 34,620 34,664
50  Mississippi 31,881 31,633 31,522 31,923 31,786 31,167 31,688 31,658

Current[edit]

U.S. states by GDP per capita (current dollars)[3]
National
rank
Global
rank
State 2016
1  District of Columbia 186,172
1 5  New York 75,360
2 5  Massachusetts 74,564
3 5  Delaware 73,931
4 5  Connecticut 73,643
5 8   North Dakota 68,723
6 8  Alaska 68,356
7 9  California 66,310
8 9  New Jersey 64,970
9 9  Wyoming 64,659
10 9  Washington 64,454
11 9  Maryland 62,874
12 9  Illinois 61,837
13 9  Minnesota 60,716
14 9  Nebraska 60,481
15 11  Virginia 58,768
16 11  Hawaii 58,742
17 11  Colorado 58,422
18 11  New Hampshire 58,327
19 11  Texas 58,028
11  United States 57,118
20 12  Iowa 57,028
21 12  Pennsylvania 56,625
22 12  South Dakota 55,623
23 12  Oregon 55,411
24 13  Rhode Island 54,365
25 13  Ohio 53,874
26 13  Wisconsin 53,565
27 13  Kansas 52,715
28 13  Indiana 51,546
29 13  Utah 51,243
30 13  North Carolina 51,041
31 14  Georgia 50,955
32 15  Louisiana 50,219
33 15  Nevada 50,161
34 16  Vermont 49,780
35 16  Tennessee 49,430
36 16  Missouri 49,383
37 17  Michigan 49,076
38 22  Oklahoma 46,625
39 24  Florida 44,964
40 24  New Mexico 44,832
41 24  Maine 44,518
42 24  Kentucky 44,409
43 24  Montana 44,118
44 24  Arizona 43,709
45 26  South Carolina 42,272
46 27  Alabama 42,124
47 28  Arkansas 40,388
48 28  West Virginia 40,071
49 28  Idaho 39,970
50 34  Mississippi 36,029

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BEA Glossary". Bureau of Economic Analysis. U.S. Department of Commerce. Retrieved 6 June 2017. 
  2. ^ "Per capita real GDP by state (chained 2009 dollars)". Bureau of Economic Analysis. Retrieved 8 June 2017. 
  3. ^ For GDP by state, see "Gross domestic product (GDP) by state (millions of current dollars)". Bureau of Economic Analysis. Retrieved 8 June 2017. 
    For population by state, see "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2016" (XLSX). United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 8 June 2017.