List of U.S. states by GDP

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This is a list of U.S. states sorted by their gross state product (GSP). GSP is similar to a country's gross domestic product (GDP). This is an overall measure of the states economy. The United States Bureau of Economic Analysis is responsible for finding this number each year.

2010 List[change | change source]

List of U.S. states and territories by GDP in 2010[1]
GDP
Rank
State GDP
($Millions)
Percentage of
national GDP
Population
(Millions)
GDP
per capita ($)
GDP


 United States 14,657,800 100.00 308.7 47,482


1  California 1,936,400 13.34 37.3 51,914 12
2  Texas 1,307,432 7.95 25.1 45,940 24
3  New York 1,156,500 7.68 19.4 57,423 7
4  Florida 754,000 5.20 18.8 40,106 40
5  Illinois 644,200 4.44 12.8 50,328 15
6  Pennsylvania 575,600 3.97 12.7 45,323 25
7  New Jersey 497,000 3.42 8.8 56,477 8
8  Ohio 483,400 3.33 11.5 42,035 33
9  Virginia 427,700 2.95 8.0 53,463 9
10  North Carolina 407,400 2.81 9.5 42,884 31
11  Georgia 403,100 2.79 9.7 41,711 35
12  Massachusetts 377,700 2.60 6.5 58,108 6
13  Michigan 372,400 2.57 9.9 37,616 42
14  Washington 351,100 2.42 6.7 52,403 10
15  Maryland 300,000 2.07 5.8 51,724 13
16  Indiana 267,600 1.84 6.5 41,169 36
17  Minnesota 267,100 1.84 5.3 50,396 14
18  Arizona 261,300 1.80 6.4 40,828 39
19  Colorado 259,700 1.79 5.0 51,940 11
20  Wisconsin 251,400 1.73 5.7 44,105 29
21  Tennessee 250,300 1.72 6.3 39,730 41
22  Missouri 246,700 1.70 6.0 41,117 37
23  Connecticut 233,400 1.61 3.6 64,833 4
24  Louisiana 213,600 1.47 4.5 47,467 21
25  Alabama 174,400 1.20 4.8 36,333 46
26  Oregon 168,900 1.16 3.8 44,447 27
27  South Carolina 164,300 1.13 4.6 35,717 48
28  Kentucky 161,400 1.11 4.3 37,535 43
29  Oklahoma 160,500 1.11 3.8 42,237 32
30  Iowa 147,200 1.01 3.0 49,067 19
31  Kansas 128,500 0.89 2.9 44,310 28
32  Nevada 127,500 0.88 2.7 47,222 23
33  Utah 116,900 0.81 2.8 41,750 34
34  Arkansas 105,800 0.73 2.9 36,483 45
35  District of Columbia 104,700 0.72 0.6 174,500 1
36  Mississippi 98,900 0.68 3.0 32,967 51
37  Nebraska 89,600 0.62 1.8 49,778 17
38  New Mexico 75,500 0.52 2.1 35,952 47
39  Hawaii 68,900 0.47 1.4 49,214 18
40  West Virginia 66,600 0.46 1.9 35,053 49
41  Delaware 62,700 0.43 0.9 69,667 2
42  New Hampshire 61,600 0.42 1.3 47,385 22
43  Idaho 54,800 0.38 1.6 34,250 50
44  Maine 53,200 0.37 1.3 40,923 38
45  Rhode Island 49,500 0.34 1.1 45,000 26
46  Alaska 45,600 0.31 0.7 65,143 3
47  South Dakota 39,900 0.27 0.8 49,875 16
48  Wyoming 38,200 0.26 0.6 63,667 5
49  Montana 37,200 0.26 1.0 37,200 44
50  North Dakota 33,400 0.23 0.7 47,714 20
51  Vermont 26,400 0.18 0.6 44,000 30
52  Puerto Rico 93,520 0.46 3.9 23,380 52

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