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State Rankings features comprehensive state statistics across key measures in education, health, crime, transportation, taxes, government finance, and so much more. The editors compile useful statistics that otherwise take an enormous amount of time to research, making it a favorite resource on reference shelves throughout the United States and around the world. Overall state rankings are provided as well as a complete list of all sources used to compile the tables. The rankings have been updated using specific methodology explained in the introduction with the most current available data at publication. Explanatory notes on the source and data are also included to provide context to each statistical table. State Rankings compares every state and Washington, D.C. in the following areas:  • Agriculture  • Population  • Economy  • Environment  • Government finance  • Crime  • Education  • Geography  • Social welfare  • Defense

Economy
Economy
Gross Domestic Product in 2018
National Total = $20,580,223,000,000*

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RANK

STATE

G.D.P.

% of USA

RANK

STATE

G.D.P.

% of USA

27

Alabama

$221,735,500,000

1.1%

1

California

$2,997,732,800,000

14.6%

46

Alaska

54,734,100,000

0.3%

2

Texas

1,802,511,200,000

8.8%

20

Arizona

348,297,100,000

1.7%

3

New York

1,668,866,200,000

8.1%

34

Arkansas

128,418,900,000

0.6%

4

Florida

1,039,236,400,000

5.0%

1

California

2,997,732,800,000

14.6%

5

Illinois

865,310,400,000

4.2%

16

Colorado

371,749,600,000

1.8%

6

Pennsylvania

783,167,800,000

3.8%

23

Connecticut

275,726,900,000

1.3%

7

Ohio

675,905,200,000

3.3%

42

Delaware

73,481,300,000

0.4%

8

New Jersey

622,002,800,000

3.0%

4

Florida

1,039,236,400,000

5.0%

9

Georgia

592,153,400,000

2.9%

9

Georgia

592,153,400,000

2.9%

10

Massachusetts

569,488,000,000

2.8%

38

Hawaii

93,797,900,000

0.5%

11

Washington

565,831,000,000

2.7%

41

Idaho

77,052,000,000

0.4%

12

North Carolina

563,690,500,000

2.7%

5

Illinois

865,310,400,000

4.2%

13

Virginia

532,892,500,000

2.6%

18

Indiana

366,800,500,000

1.8%

14

Michigan

527,095,800,000

2.6%

30

Iowa

189,701,600,000

0.9%

15

Maryland

412,584,200,000

2.0%

33

Kansas

168,318,000,000

0.8%

16

Colorado

371,749,600,000

1.8%

28

Kentucky

208,087,500,000

1.0%

17

Minnesota

368,852,400,000

1.8%

24

Louisiana

257,287,800,000

1.3%

18

Indiana

366,800,500,000

1.8%

43

Maine

64,856,000,000

0.3%

19

Tennessee

364,104,900,000

1.8%

15

Maryland

412,584,200,000

2.0%

20

Arizona

348,297,100,000

1.7%

10

Massachusetts

569,488,000,000

2.8%

21

Wisconsin

336,294,000,000

1.6%

14

Michigan

527,095,800,000

2.6%

22

Missouri

318,921,000,000

1.5%

17

Minnesota

368,852,400,000

1.8%

23

Connecticut

275,726,900,000

1.3%

36

Mississippi

114,834,200,000

0.6%

24

Louisiana

257,287,800,000

1.3%

22

Missouri

318,921,000,000

1.5%

25

Oregon

239,782,800,000

1.2%

48

Montana

50,326,600,000

0.2%

26

South Carolina

233,929,900,000

1.1%

35

Nebraska

123,977,900,000

0.6%

27

Alabama

221,735,500,000

1.1%

32

Nevada

169,309,900,000

0.8%

28

Kentucky

208,087,500,000

1.0%

39

New Hampshire

84,463,900,000

0.4%

29

Oklahoma

202,554,100,000

1.0%

8

New Jersey

622,002,800,000

3.0%

30

Iowa

189,701,600,000

0.9%

37

New Mexico

100,296,800,000

0.5%

31

Utah

178,137,600,000

0.9%

3

New York

1,668,866,200,000

8.1%

32

Nevada

169,309,900,000

0.8%

12

North Carolina

563,690,500,000

2.7%

33

Kansas

168,318,000,000

0.8%

45

North Dakota

56,082,300,000

0.3%

34

Arkansas

128,418,900,000

0.6%

7

Ohio

675,905,200,000

3.3%

35

Nebraska

123,977,900,000

0.6%

29

Oklahoma

202,554,100,000

1.0%

36

Mississippi

114,834,200,000

0.6%

25

Oregon

239,782,800,000

1.2%

37

New Mexico

100,296,800,000

0.5%

6

Pennsylvania

783,167,800,000

3.8%

38

Hawaii

93,797,900,000

0.5%

44

Rhode Island

60,587,600,000

0.3%

39

New Hampshire

84,463,900,000

0.4%

26

South Carolina

233,929,900,000

1.1%

40

West Virginia

77,437,600,000

0.4%

47

South Dakota

52,014,900,000

0.3%

41

Idaho

77,052,000,000

0.4%

19

Tennessee

364,104,900,000

1.8%

42

Delaware

73,481,300,000

0.4%

2

Texas

1,802,511,200,000

8.8%

43

Maine

64,856,000,000

0.3%

31

Utah

178,137,600,000

0.9%

44

Rhode Island

60,587,600,000

0.3%

50

Vermont

33,256,300,000

0.2%

45

North Dakota

56,082,300,000

0.3%

13

Virginia

532,892,500,000

2.6%

46

Alaska

54,734,100,000

0.3%

11

Washington

565,831,000,000

2.7%

47

South Dakota

52,014,900,000

0.3%

40

West Virginia

77,437,600,000

0.4%

48

Montana

50,326,600,000

0.2%

21

Wisconsin

336,294,000,000

1.6%

49

Wyoming

39,118,500,000

0.2%

49

Wyoming

39,118,500,000

0.2%

50

Vermont

33,256,300,000

0.2%

District of Columbia

140,660,900,000

0.7%

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis “Gross Domestic Product Data” (https://apps.bea.gov/iTable/index_regional.cfm)

*G.D.P. is the market value of goods and services produced by the labor and property located in a state. It is the state counterpart to the nation’s Gross Domestic Product. This was formerly known as Gross State Product (G.S.P.). The difference between the United States and sum-of-states reflects overseas activity, economic activity taking place outside the borders of the United States by the military and associated federal civilian support staff.

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