Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States in 2017, by state (in billion chained 2009 U.S. dollars)

U.S. Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2017, by state This graph shows the real gross domestic product (GDP) of the United States in 2017, by federal state. In 2017, the federal state of California added about 2.39 trillion chained (2009) U.S. dollars of value to the U.S. Real GDP. Total real GDP amounted to 16.72 trillion chained (2009) U.S. dollars.
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StateReal GDP in billion chained (2009) U.S. dollars
California 2,386.39
Texas 1,521
New York 1,294.57
Florida 836.06
Illinois 705.41
Pennsylvania 663.85
Ohio 561.8
New Jersey 511.3
Georgia 478.97
North Carolina 459.29
Massachusetts 456.18
Virginia 441.49
Michigan 440.34
Washington 439.41
Maryland 341.19
Indiana 309.52
Minnesota 305.63
Colorado 302.93
Tennessee 297.84
Wisconsin 282.04
Arizona 277.73
Missouri 263.1
Connecticut 224.74
Oregon 212.57
Louisiana 207.85
South Carolina 189.1
Alabama 182.84
Oklahoma 175.06
Kentucky 174.95
Iowa 164.47
Utah 141.11
Kansas 138.19
Nevada 134.35
District of Columbia 110.76
Arkansas 110.3
Nebraska 104.94
Mississippi 96.82
New Mexico 86.9
Hawaii 75.47
New Hampshire 70.51
West Virginia 67.83
Idaho 62.57
Delaware 61.52
Maine 52.8
Rhode Island 51.2
North Dakota 49.03
Alaska 47.06
Montana 41.85
South Dakota 41.75
Wyoming 35.39
Vermont 27.96
StateReal GDP in billion chained (2009) U.S. dollars
California 2,386.39
Texas 1,521
New York 1,294.57
Florida 836.06
Illinois 705.41
Pennsylvania 663.85
Ohio 561.8
New Jersey 511.3
Georgia 478.97
North Carolina 459.29
Massachusetts 456.18
Virginia 441.49
Michigan 440.34
Washington 439.41
Maryland 341.19
Indiana 309.52
Minnesota 305.63
Colorado 302.93
Tennessee 297.84
Wisconsin 282.04
Arizona 277.73
Missouri 263.1
Connecticut 224.74
Oregon 212.57
Louisiana 207.85
South Carolina 189.1
Alabama 182.84
Oklahoma 175.06
Kentucky 174.95
Iowa 164.47
Utah 141.11
Kansas 138.19
Nevada 134.35
District of Columbia 110.76
Arkansas 110.3
Nebraska 104.94
Mississippi 96.82
New Mexico 86.9
Hawaii 75.47
New Hampshire 70.51
West Virginia 67.83
Idaho 62.57
Delaware 61.52
Maine 52.8
Rhode Island 51.2
North Dakota 49.03
Alaska 47.06
Montana 41.85
South Dakota 41.75
Wyoming 35.39
Vermont 27.96
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This graph shows the real gross domestic product (GDP) of the United States in 2017, by federal state. In 2017, the federal state of California added about 2.39 trillion chained (2009) U.S. dollars of value to the U.S. Real GDP. Total real GDP amounted to 16.72 trillion chained (2009) U.S. dollars.
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Release date
May 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2017
Supplementary notes
The real estimates of Gross domestic product (GDP) by state are measured in chained (2009) dollars. Real GDP by state is an inflation-adjusted measure of each state's gross product that is based on national prices for the goods and services produced within the state.

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