Ranked list of Mexican states

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The 32 federal states of Mexico are ranked below according to population, size, population density, and GDP.


By population[edit]

Total population based on data from the 2020 National Population Census.[1]

Rank State Population (2020) % of total
1  State of Mexico 16,992,418 13.48%
2  Mexico City 9,209,944 7.31%
3  Jalisco 8,348,151 6.62%
4  Veracruz 8,062,579 6.40%
5  Puebla 6,583,278 5.22%
6  Guanajuato 6,166,934 4.89%
7  Nuevo León 5,784,442 4.59%
8  Chiapas 5,543,828 4.40%
9  Michoacán 4,748,846 3.77%
10  Oaxaca 4,132,148 3.28%
11  Baja California 3,769,020 2.99%
12  Chihuahua 3,741,869 2.97%
13  Guerrero 3,540,685 2.81%
14  Tamaulipas 3,527,735 2.80%
15  Coahuila 3,146,771 2.50%
16  Hidalgo 3,082,841 2.45%
17  Sinaloa 3,026,943 2.40%
18  Sonora 2,944,840 2.34%
19  San Luis Potosí 2,822,255 2.24%
20  Tabasco 2,402,598 1.91%
21  Querétaro 2,368,467 1.88%
22  Yucatán 2,320,898 1.84%
23  Morelos 1,971,520 1.56%
24  Quintana Roo 1,857,985 1.47%
25  Durango 1,832,650 1.45%
26  Zacatecas 1,622,138 1.29%
27  Aguascalientes 1,425,607 1.13%
28  Tlaxcala 1,342,977 1.07%
29  Nayarit 1,235,456 0.98%
30  Campeche 928,363 0.74%
31  Baja California Sur 798,447 0.63%
32  Colima 731,391 0.58%
 Mexico 126,014,024 100.00%

By area[edit]

Total continental surface based on data from the 2020 National Population Census.[2]

Rank State Land (km2) Land (sq mi) % of total
1  Chihuahua 247,412.6 95,526.5 12.62%
2  Sonora 179,354.7 69,249.2 9.15%
3  Coahuila 151,594.8 58,531.1 7.73%
4  Durango 123,364.0 47,631.1 6.29%
5  Oaxaca 93,757.6 36,200.0 4.78%
6  Tamaulipas 80,249.3 30,984.4 4.09%
7  Jalisco 78,595.9 30,346.0 4.01%
8  Zacatecas 75,275.3 29,064.0 3.84%
9  Baja California Sur 73,909.4 28,536.6 3.77%
10  Chiapas 73,311.0 28,305.5 3.74%
11  Veracruz 71,823.5 27,731.2 3.66%
12  Baja California 71,450.0 27,587.0 3.64%
13  Nuevo León 64,156.2 24,770.8 3.27%
14  Guerrero 63,595.9 24,554.5 3.24%
15  San Luis Potosí 61,138.0 23,605.5 3.12%
16  Michoacán 58,598.7 22,625.1 2.99%
17  Campeche 57,484.9 22,195.0 2.93%
18  Sinaloa 57,365.4 22,148.9 2.93%
19  Quintana Roo 44,705.2 17,260.8 2.28%
20  Yucatán 39,524.4 15,260.5 2.02%
21  Puebla 34,309.6 13,247.0 1.75%
22  Guanajuato 30,606.7 11,817.3 1.56%
23  Nayarit 27,856.5 10,755.5 1.42%
24  Tabasco 24,730.9 9,548.7 1.26%
25  State of Mexico 22,351.8 8,630.1 1.14%
26  Hidalgo 20,821.4 8,039.2 1.06%
27  Querétaro 11,690.6 4,513.8 0.60%
28  Colima 5,626.9 2,172.6 0.29%
29  Aguascalientes 5,615.7 2,168.2 0.29%
30  Morelos 4,878.9 1,883.8 0.25%
31  Tlaxcala 3,996.6 1,543.1 0.20%
32  Mexico City 1,494.3 577.0 0.08%
 Mexico 1,960,646.7 757,009.9 100.00%

By population density[edit]

Population density based on data from the 2020 National Census.[1][2]

Rank State Density
1  Ciudad de México 6,163.4/km2 (15,963.1/sq mi)
2  State of Mexico 760.2/km2 (1,969.0/sq mi)
3  Morelos 404.1/km2 (1,046.6/sq mi)
4  Tlaxcala 336.0/km2 (870.3/sq mi)
5  Aguascalientes 253.9/km2 (657.5/sq mi)
6  Querétaro 202.6/km2 (524.7/sq mi)
7  Guanajuato 201.5/km2 (521.9/sq mi)
8  Puebla 191.9/km2 (497.0/sq mi)
9  Hidalgo 148.1/km2 (383.5/sq mi)
10  Colima 130.0/km2 (336.6/sq mi)
11  Veracruz 112.3/km2 (290.7/sq mi)
12  Jalisco 106.2/km2 (275.1/sq mi)
13  Tabasco 97.1/km2 (251.6/sq mi)
14  Nuevo León 90.2/km2 (233.5/sq mi)
15  Michoacán 81.0/km2 (209.9/sq mi)
16  Chiapas 75.6/km2 (195.9/sq mi)
17  Yucatán 58.7/km2 (152.1/sq mi)
18  Guerrero 55.7/km2 (144.2/sq mi)
19  Sinaloa 52.8/km2 (136.7/sq mi)
20  Baja California 51.0/km2 (132.1/sq mi)
21  San Luis Potosí 46.2/km2 (119.6/sq mi)
22  Nayarit 44.4/km2 (114.9/sq mi)
23  Oaxaca 44.1/km2 (114.1/sq mi)
24  Tamaulipas 44.0/km2 (113.9/sq mi)
25  Quintana Roo 41.6/km2 (107.6/sq mi)
26  Zacatecas 21.5/km2 (55.8/sq mi)
27  Coahuila 20.8/km2 (53.8/sq mi)
28  Sonora 16.4/km2 (42.5/sq mi)
29  Campeche 16.1/km2 (41.8/sq mi)
30  Chihuahua 15.1/km2 (39.2/sq mi)
31  Durango 14.9/km2 (38.5/sq mi)
32  Baja California Sur 10.8/km2 (28.0/sq mi)
 Mexico 64.3/km2 (166.5/sq mi)

By Gross domestic product[edit]

Nominal GDP in 2019 based on latest data from Mexico's National Accounts System, INEGI.[3]

Rank State Millions of MXN Millions of USD % of total
1  Mexico City 3,139,561 162,979 17.75%
2  State of Mexico 1,578,335 81,934 8.92%
3  Nuevo León 1,377,525 71,509 7.79%
4  Jalisco 1,216,771 63,164 6.88%
5  Veracruz 802,757 41,672 4.54%
6  Guanajuato 706,015 36,650 3.99%
7  Coahuila 605,800 31,448 3.42%
8  Puebla 599,131 31,102 3.39%
9  Sonora 579,933 30,105 3.28%
10  Baja California 576,310 29,917 3.26%
11  Chihuahua 573,579 29,775 3.24%
12  Tamaulipas 518,448 26,913 2.93%
13  Campeche 517,911 26,885 2.93%
14  Tabasco 448,555 23,285 2.54%
15  Michoacán 424,021 22,012 2.40%
16  Querétaro 403,905 20,967 2.28%
17  Sinaloa 399,403 20,734 2.26%
18  San Luis Potosí 369,792 19,196 2.09%
19  Quintana Roo 290,340 15,072 1.64%
20  Hidalgo 271,360 14,087 1.53%
21  Yucatán 264,718 13,742 1.50%
22  Chiapas 260,493 13,523 1.47%
23  Oaxaca 252,285 13,096 1.43%
24  Guerrero 240,560 12,488 1.36%
25  Aguascalientes 223,043 11,578 1.26%
26  Durango 204,698 10,626 1.16%
27  Morelos 200,326 10,399 1.13%
28  Baja California Sur 157,812 8,192 0.89%
29  Zacatecas 152,491 7,916 0.86%
30  Nayarit 120,634 6,262 0.68%
31  Colima 109,495 5,684 0.62%
32  Tlaxcala 104,653 5,433 0.59%
 Mexico 17,690,674 918,347 100.00%

By GDP (PPP) per capita[edit]

GDP per capita of Mexican states, US$, 2007.

GDP (PPP) per capita in 2018 based on latest data from OECD Statistics.[4]

Rank State PPP per capita MXN PPP per capita USD
1  Campeche 613,639 67,233
2  Mexico City 437,405 47,924
3  Nuevo León 338,655 37,105
4  Baja California Sur 295,875 32,418
5  Coahuila 289,002 31,665
6  Querétaro 266,775 29,229
7  Sonora 260,071 28,495
8  Aguascalientes 247,577 27,126
9  Quintana Roo 219,011 23,996
10  Baja California 216,675 23,740
11  Tabasco 212,886 23,325
12  Chihuahua 207,980 22,787
13  Jalisco 203,407 22,286
14  Colima 193,594 21,211
15  San Luis Potosí 188,815 20,688
16  Tamaulipas 188,482 20,651
17  Guanajuato 173,992 19,063
18  Sinaloa 169,522 18,574
19  Yucatán 157,425 17,248
20  Durango 150,109 16,447
21  Zacatecas 132,803 14,551
22  Hidalgo 132,627 14,531
23  Morelos 132,335 14,499
24  Veracruz 129,599 14,200
25  Nayarit 126,830 13,896
26  Puebla 126,778 13,890
27  Michoacán 126,310 13,839
28  State of Mexico 117,794 12,906
29  Tlaxcala 100,882 11,053
30  Oaxaca 91,232 9,996
31  Guerrero 89,533 9,810
32  Chiapas 66,216 7,255
-  Mexico 188,327 20,634

See also[edit]

States of Mexico

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Censo de Población y Vivienda 2020 - SCITEL" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2021-01-26.
  2. ^ a b "México en cifras - Medio Ambiente - Superficie continental" (in Spanish). INEGI. Retrieved February 12, 2021.
  3. ^ "PIB por Entidad Federativa (PIBE) en 2019, Base 2013" (in Spanish). INEGI. Retrieved 2021-02-13.
  4. ^ "Regional Economy: Gross Domestic Product, Large Regions". OECD Statistics. Retrieved 2021-01-26.