Metro areas - Lowest GDP growth rates

This statistic shows the lowest GDP growth rates in the largest metro areas in the USA in 2009. The real gross metro product growth rate in Toledo, Ohio was at -4.8 percent.

The overall quarterly GDP growth in the country can be found here.

Lowest GDP growth rates among the largest U.S. metro areas in 2009

GDP growth
Atlanta - Sandy Springs - Marietta, GA-3.6%
Las Vegas - Paradise, NV-3.6%
San Jose - Sunnyvale - Santa Clara, CA-3.7%
Tampa - St. Petersburg - Clearwater, FL-3.7%
Charlotte - Gastonia - Concord, NC-SC-3.8%
Santa Rosa - Petaluma, CA-4.1%
Oxnard - Thousand Oaks - Ventura, CA-4.3%
Cleveland - Elyria - Mentor, OH-4.3%
Phoenix - Mesa - Scottsdale, AZ-4.4%
Toledo, OH-4.8%
Reno - Sparks, NV-5.5%
Boise City - Nampa, ID-5.6%
Sarasota - Bradenton - Venice, FL-5.7%
Cape Coral - Fort Myers, FL-5.9%
Detroit - Warren - Livonia, MI -5.9%
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Source

Release date

2010

Region

United States

Survey time period

2009

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