Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States in 2017, by state (in billion current U.S. dollars)

U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2017, by state This graph shows Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States in 2017, by federal state. In 2017, the federal state of California added about 2,747 billion U.S. dollars of value to the U.S. GDP. Total GDP amounted to about 19.26 trillion U.S. dollars.
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StateGDP in billion current U.S. dollars
California 2,746.9
Texas 1,696.2
New York 1,547.1
Florida 967.34
Illinois 820.36
Pennsylvania 752.1
Ohio 649.13
New Jersey 591.7
Georgia 554.3
North Carolina 538.3
Massachusetts 527.45
Virginia 508.66
Michigan 505
Washington 506.35
Maryland 393.63
Indiana 359.12
Minnesota 351.11
Tennessee 345.22
Colorado 342.75
Wisconsin 324.06
Arizona 319.85
Missouri 304.9
Connecticut 260.83
Louisiana 246.26
Oregon 236.22
South Carolina 219.1
Alabama 210.95
Kentucky 202.51
Oklahoma 189.16
Iowa 190.2
Utah 165.53
Kansas 157.8
Nevada 156.31
District of Columbia 130
Arkansas 124.92
Nebraska 121.77
Mississippi 111.71
New Mexico 97.1
Hawaii 88.14
New Hampshire 80.52
West Virginia 76.8
Delaware 73.54
Idaho 71.89
Maine 61.4
Rhode Island 59.46
North Dakota 55.49
Alaska 52.79
South Dakota 49.93
Montana 48.1
Wyoming 40.29
Vermont 32.2
StateGDP in billion current U.S. dollars
California 2,746.9
Texas 1,696.2
New York 1,547.1
Florida 967.34
Illinois 820.36
Pennsylvania 752.1
Ohio 649.13
New Jersey 591.7
Georgia 554.3
North Carolina 538.3
Massachusetts 527.45
Virginia 508.66
Michigan 505
Washington 506.35
Maryland 393.63
Indiana 359.12
Minnesota 351.11
Tennessee 345.22
Colorado 342.75
Wisconsin 324.06
Arizona 319.85
Missouri 304.9
Connecticut 260.83
Louisiana 246.26
Oregon 236.22
South Carolina 219.1
Alabama 210.95
Kentucky 202.51
Oklahoma 189.16
Iowa 190.2
Utah 165.53
Kansas 157.8
Nevada 156.31
District of Columbia 130
Arkansas 124.92
Nebraska 121.77
Mississippi 111.71
New Mexico 97.1
Hawaii 88.14
New Hampshire 80.52
West Virginia 76.8
Delaware 73.54
Idaho 71.89
Maine 61.4
Rhode Island 59.46
North Dakota 55.49
Alaska 52.79
South Dakota 49.93
Montana 48.1
Wyoming 40.29
Vermont 32.2
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This graph shows Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States in 2017, by federal state. In 2017, the federal state of California added about 2,747 billion U.S. dollars of value to the U.S. GDP. Total GDP amounted to about 19.26 trillion U.S. dollars.
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May 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2017

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