Percent change in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States from preceding period in 2017, by state

Percent change in U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2017, by state This graph shows the percentage of change in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States from 2016 to 2016, by federal state. In 2017, the federal state of Wyoming added 6.2 percent more value to the U.S. GDP than the preceding year. Total GDP of the United States grew by 4.1 percent in 2017.
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StatePercent change from preceding period
Wyoming 6.2%
Washington 6.2%
Colorado 5.9%
Texas 5.9%
West Virginia 5.8%
Nevada 5.5%
Utah 5.2%
Arizona 5.1%
California 4.9%
Idaho 4.8%
Alaska 4.4%
Massachusetts 4.3%
Oklahoma 4.2%
United States 4.1%
Georgia 4.1%
District of Columbia 4.1%
North Dakota 4.1%
New Mexico 4.1%
Ohio 4%
Oregon 4%
Tennessee 4%
Indiana 4%
Florida 4%
Pennsylvania 3.9%
South Carolina 3.9%
North Carolina 3.8%
Hawaii 3.8%
Delaware 3.7%
Minnesota 3.7%
Michigan 3.7%
Louisiana 3.6%
Virginia 3.6%
Kentucky 3.6%
Montana 3.5%
Rhode Island 3.4%
Maryland 3.4%
New Hampshire 3.4%
Alabama 3.3%
Maine 3.2%
Wisconsin 3.1%
New York 3.1%
Arkansas 3%
Illinois 2.9%
Vermont 2.9%
New Jersey 2.7%
South Dakota 2.6%
Missouri 2.6%
Mississippi 2.5%
Nebraska 2.4%
Iowa 2.1%
Kansas 1.9%
Connecticut 1.5%
StatePercent change from preceding period
Wyoming 6.2%
Washington 6.2%
Colorado 5.9%
Texas 5.9%
West Virginia 5.8%
Nevada 5.5%
Utah 5.2%
Arizona 5.1%
California 4.9%
Idaho 4.8%
Alaska 4.4%
Massachusetts 4.3%
Oklahoma 4.2%
United States 4.1%
Georgia 4.1%
District of Columbia 4.1%
North Dakota 4.1%
New Mexico 4.1%
Ohio 4%
Oregon 4%
Tennessee 4%
Indiana 4%
Florida 4%
Pennsylvania 3.9%
South Carolina 3.9%
North Carolina 3.8%
Hawaii 3.8%
Delaware 3.7%
Minnesota 3.7%
Michigan 3.7%
Louisiana 3.6%
Virginia 3.6%
Kentucky 3.6%
Montana 3.5%
Rhode Island 3.4%
Maryland 3.4%
New Hampshire 3.4%
Alabama 3.3%
Maine 3.2%
Wisconsin 3.1%
New York 3.1%
Arkansas 3%
Illinois 2.9%
Vermont 2.9%
New Jersey 2.7%
South Dakota 2.6%
Missouri 2.6%
Mississippi 2.5%
Nebraska 2.4%
Iowa 2.1%
Kansas 1.9%
Connecticut 1.5%
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This graph shows the percentage of change in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States from 2016 to 2016, by federal state. In 2017, the federal state of Wyoming added 6.2 percent more value to the U.S. GDP than the preceding year. Total GDP of the United States grew by 4.1 percent in 2017.
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Release date
May 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2016-2017

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