U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP), by state 2018

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States in 2018, by state (in billion current U.S. dollars)

by Erin Duffin, last edited May 10, 2019
U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP), by state 2018 The gross domestic product (GDP) of California was about 2.96 trillion U.S. dollars in 2018, meaning that it contributed the most out of any state to the country’s GDP in that year. In contrast, Vermont had the lowest GDP in the United States, with 33.73 billion U.S. dollars.
What is GDP?

Gross domestic product, or GDP, is the total monetary value of all goods and services produced by an economy within a certain time period. GDP is used by economists to determine the economic health of an area, as well as to determine the size of the economy. GDP can be determined for countries, states and provinces, and metropolitan areas.

GDP of the United States

The United States has the largest gross domestic product in the world as of 2017, with China, Japan, Germany, and the United Kingdom rounding out the top five. The GDP of the United States has almost quadrupled since 1990, when it was about 5.9 trillion U.S. dollars, to about 20.5 trillion U.S. dollars in 2018.
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Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States in 2018, by state (in billion current U.S. dollars)

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StateGDP in billion current U.S. dollars
California 2,968.12
Texas 1,775.8
New York 1,676.35
Florida 1,036.32
Illinois 864.59
Pennsylvania 788.54
Ohio 676.19
New Jersey 624.85
Georgia 588.17
Massachusetts 567.25
North Carolina 565.8
Washington 563.15
Virginia 534.45
Michigan 528.01
Maryland 412.92
Colorado 368.8
Minnesota 368.32
Indiana 366.71
Tennessee 365.6
Arizona 346.79
Wisconsin 336.97
Missouri 317.75
Connecticut 274.18
Louisiana 252.12
Oregon 238.68
South Carolina 230.35
Alabama 221.13
Kentucky 208.34
Oklahoma 199.98
Iowa 190.15
Utah 177.34
Kansas 167.04
Nevada 165.8
District of Columbia 140.28
Arkansas 128.08
Nebraska 122.97
Mississippi 114.11
New Mexico 99.43
Hawaii 92.03
New Hampshire 84.71
West Virginia 77.48
Idaho 77
Delaware 74.97
Maine 64.35
Rhode Island 61.02
North Dakota 54.71
Alaska 54.01
South Dakota 51.58
Montana 48.97
Wyoming 39.37
Vermont 33.73
StateGDP in billion current U.S. dollars
California 2,968.12
Texas 1,775.8
New York 1,676.35
Florida 1,036.32
Illinois 864.59
Pennsylvania 788.54
Ohio 676.19
New Jersey 624.85
Georgia 588.17
Massachusetts 567.25
North Carolina 565.8
Washington 563.15
Virginia 534.45
Michigan 528.01
Maryland 412.92
Colorado 368.8
Minnesota 368.32
Indiana 366.71
Tennessee 365.6
Arizona 346.79
Wisconsin 336.97
Missouri 317.75
Connecticut 274.18
Louisiana 252.12
Oregon 238.68
South Carolina 230.35
Alabama 221.13
Kentucky 208.34
Oklahoma 199.98
Iowa 190.15
Utah 177.34
Kansas 167.04
Nevada 165.8
District of Columbia 140.28
Arkansas 128.08
Nebraska 122.97
Mississippi 114.11
New Mexico 99.43
Hawaii 92.03
New Hampshire 84.71
West Virginia 77.48
Idaho 77
Delaware 74.97
Maine 64.35
Rhode Island 61.02
North Dakota 54.71
Alaska 54.01
South Dakota 51.58
Montana 48.97
Wyoming 39.37
Vermont 33.73
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by Erin Duffin, last edited May 10, 2019
The gross domestic product (GDP) of California was about 2.96 trillion U.S. dollars in 2018, meaning that it contributed the most out of any state to the country’s GDP in that year. In contrast, Vermont had the lowest GDP in the United States, with 33.73 billion U.S. dollars.
What is GDP?

Gross domestic product, or GDP, is the total monetary value of all goods and services produced by an economy within a certain time period. GDP is used by economists to determine the economic health of an area, as well as to determine the size of the economy. GDP can be determined for countries, states and provinces, and metropolitan areas.

GDP of the United States

The United States has the largest gross domestic product in the world as of 2017, with China, Japan, Germany, and the United Kingdom rounding out the top five. The GDP of the United States has almost quadrupled since 1990, when it was about 5.9 trillion U.S. dollars, to about 20.5 trillion U.S. dollars in 2018.
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