Percent change in per capita U.S. Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2017, by state

Percent change in per capita Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States in 2017 from preceding year, by state

Percent change in per capita U.S. Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2017, by state This graph shows the percent change in per capita Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States in 2016, from preceding period, by federal state. In 2017, the federal state of California's per capita Real GDP increased by 2.3 percent from 2016.
The annual real GDP growth of the U.S. can be accessed here.
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Percent change in per capita Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States in 2017 from preceding year, by state

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StatePercent change from preceding period
West Virginia 3.3%
Wyoming 3%
Washington 2.7%
California 2.3%
Colorado 2.2%
Michigan 2%
Massachusetts 2%
Arizona 1.7%
Hawaii 1.7%
Pennsylvania 1.7%
Ohio 1.6%
Indiana 1.6%
Georgia 1.5%
Illinois 1.5%
Nevada 1.5%
Tennessee 1.4%
Kentucky 1.4%
Rhode Island 1.4%
Wisconsin 1.3%
United States1.3%
Virginia 1.3%
New Hampshire 1.3%
Texas 1.2%
North Carolina 1.2%
Utah 1.2%
New York 1.1%
Vermont 1.1%
Maryland 1.1%
Oregon 1.1%
Maine 1%
South Carolina 1%
North Dakota 1%
Minnesota 0.9%
Alabama 0.9%
Missouri 0.7%
New Mexico0.7%
New Jersey 0.6%
Arkansas 0.6%
Delaware 0.6%
Florida 0.6%
Idaho 0.5%
Alaska 0.5%
District of Columbia 0.3%
Mississippi 0.3%
Oklahoma 0.3%
Iowa 0.1%
Nebraska 0%
Connecticut -0.2%
Louisiana -0.2%
Kansas -0.2%
Montana -0.5%
South Dakota -0.6%
StatePercent change from preceding period
West Virginia 3.3%
Wyoming 3%
Washington 2.7%
California 2.3%
Colorado 2.2%
Michigan 2%
Massachusetts 2%
Arizona 1.7%
Hawaii 1.7%
Pennsylvania 1.7%
Ohio 1.6%
Indiana 1.6%
Georgia 1.5%
Illinois 1.5%
Nevada 1.5%
Tennessee 1.4%
Kentucky 1.4%
Rhode Island 1.4%
Wisconsin 1.3%
United States1.3%
Virginia 1.3%
New Hampshire 1.3%
Texas 1.2%
North Carolina 1.2%
Utah 1.2%
New York 1.1%
Vermont 1.1%
Maryland 1.1%
Oregon 1.1%
Maine 1%
South Carolina 1%
North Dakota 1%
Minnesota 0.9%
Alabama 0.9%
Missouri 0.7%
New Mexico0.7%
New Jersey 0.6%
Arkansas 0.6%
Delaware 0.6%
Florida 0.6%
Idaho 0.5%
Alaska 0.5%
District of Columbia 0.3%
Mississippi 0.3%
Oklahoma 0.3%
Iowa 0.1%
Nebraska 0%
Connecticut -0.2%
Louisiana -0.2%
Kansas -0.2%
Montana -0.5%
South Dakota -0.6%
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This graph shows the percent change in per capita Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States in 2016, from preceding period, by federal state. In 2017, the federal state of California's per capita Real GDP increased by 2.3 percent from 2016.
The annual real GDP growth of the U.S. can be accessed here.
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