List of U.S. states by GDP per capita

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This is a list of U.S. states sorted by their gross state product (GSP) per capita.

Methodology[edit]

GSP is the state counterpart to a country's gross domestic product (GDP), the most comprehensive measure of national economic activity. The United States Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) derives GSP for a state as the sum of the GSP originating in all the industries in the state. The list contains statistics from the BEA for 2012 in 2005 chained, constant U.S. dollars.

Map of U.S. states by GDP per capita in U.S. dollars (2012 figures).
Comparison between U.S. states and countries by GDP in 2012
State GSPs, 2012[1]
Rank State 2015 2012 2011 2010 2009
 District of Columbia 181,185 145,663 147,965 148,729 147,193
1  Delaware 69,930 61,183 61,737 61,677 62,072
2  Alaska 81,801 61,156 61,202 60,873 63,264
3   North Dakota 70,926 55,250 49,847 46,867 44,359
4  Connecticut 72,331 54,925 55,143 55,269 54,814
5  Wyoming 68,536 54,305 54,969 56,689 57,942
6  Massachusetts 69,705 53,221 52,517 51,889 50,285
7  New York 72,965 53,067 52,657 52,242 50,452
Mideast 49,580 49,109 48,709 47,553
New England 49,519 49,149 48,776 47,629
8  New Jersey 64,070 49,430 49,020 49,026 48,526
9  Oregon 56,009 48,069 46,573 45,375 43,247
10  Washington 62,213 47,146 45,942 45,631 45,113
11  Virginia 56,891 47,127 47,118 47,042 45,891
12  Minnesota 60,256 47,028 45,708 45,271 44,262
13  Maryland 60,097 46,720 46,054 45,685 44,632
14  Texas 59,994 46,498 45,025 44,203 43,221
15  Colorado 58,009 46,242 45,913 45,759 45,450
Far West 46,211 45,146 44,905 44,944
16  Illinois 59,472 46,151 45,306 44,481 43,851
17  California 61,924 46,029 44,898 44,793 45,105
18  Nebraska 59,175 44,943 44,594 44,061 42,823
19  Hawaii 55,598 44,442 44,296 43,769 42,995
20  South Dakota 51,902 43,181 43,561 42,090 42,567
21  Louisiana 54,159 43,145 42,764 44,209 42,268
22  New Hampshire 53,834 42,958 42,818 41,951 40,631
Southwest 42,880 41,725 41,103 40,542
 United States 55,904 42,784 42,069 41,694 41,049
Plains 42,465 41,553 40,956 40,213
23  Iowa 52,807 42,222 41,404 40,657 40,141
24  Rhode Island 53,321 41,678 41,061 41,000 40,565
Rocky Mountain 41,677 41,315 41,201 41,025
25  Kansas 50,218 41,070 40,716 39,636 38,980
26  Nevada 48,639 41,029 40,970 40,532 40,974
27  North Carolina 50,159 40,289 39,627 39,821 39,390
28  Pennsylvania 52,925 40,063 39,455 38,806 38,105
Great Lakes 39,919 39,113 38,250 37,130
29  Wisconsin 51,456 39,308 38,845 38,491 37,499
30  Utah 48,965 39,158 38,373 37,903 37,770
31  Indiana 49,328 39,065 37,935 37,273 35,202
32  Vermont 47,520 38,198 37,736 37,291 35,383
33  Georgia 48,574 37,702 37,324 36,948 36,776
34  Ohio 51,052 37,690 36,892 35,881 35,171
35  Tennessee 46,531 37,254 36,370 35,763 35,189
Southeast 36,961 36,370 36,482 35,988
36  Missouri 47,209 36,815 36,169 36,139 35,663
37  Oklahoma 46,298 36,252 35,726 35,349 35,523
38  Michigan 46,585 35,298 34,547 33,391 31,738
39  Arizona 43,269 35,195 34,676 34,463 34,905
40  Florida 42,595 34,802 34,440 34,519 34,775
41  Maine 41,477 34,597 34,455 34,326 33,672
42  New Mexico 41,551 33,900 33,872 34,263 34,485
43  Kentucky 41,586 33,519 33,135 32,659 31,313
44  Montana 44,308 33,204 32,742 32,209 31,780
45  Alabama 42,663 32,615 32,354 32,148 31,493
46  Idaho 39,398 31,945 32,025 32,292 32,133
47  South Carolina 40,212 31,881 31,345 30,926 30,483
48  Arkansas 41,129 31,837 31,547 31,516 30,991
49  West Virginia 38,567 30,389 29,427 28,891 28,078
50  Mississippi 35,717 28,944 28,337 28,741 28,289

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WIDESPREAD ECONOMIC GROWTH ACROSS STATES IN 2011" (PDF) (Press release). Bureau of Economic Analysis. June 5, 2012. p. 7. Retrieved December 27, 2012.