GDP size of US states, 2009

In $ billion. From  The Economist, Daily Chart, August 1st 2011.

1. California     1,847.0

2. Texas           1,146.6

3. New York     1,094.1

4.Florida             732.8

5.Illinois              632.0

6.Pennsylvania    546.5

7.New Jersey      471.9

8.Ohio                 462.0

9.N. Carolina      407.0

10.Georgia         394.1

 

11.Michigan        369.7

12.Maryland       384.0

13.Massachusetts360.5

14. Washington    331.6

15. Indiana           259.9

16. Minnesota      258.5

17. Colorado        250.7

18. Arizona          249.7

19. Tennessee      243.8

20. Wisconsin      239.6

 

21.Missouri        238.0

22.Connecticut  227.6

23.Louisiana      205.1

24.Oregon         167.5

25.Alabama       166.8

26. S.Carolina  158.8

27.Kentucky     155.8

28.Oklahoma    142.4

29.Iowa            136.1

30.Nevada        125.0

 

31.Kansas         122.5

32.Utah             111.3

33. Arkansas         98.8

34. Mississipi        94.4

35. Nebraska        86.4

36. New Mexico    76.9

37. Hawaii             65.4

38. Puerto Rico     62.8

39. W.Virginia     61.0

40Delaware        60.7

 

41.New Hampshire59.1

42.Idaho               53.7

43.Maine              50.0

44. Rhode Island   47.5

45. Alaska              45.9

46. S. Dakota         38.3

47. Wyoming          36.8

48. Montana           35.0

49. N. Dakota         31.6

50. Vermont           24.6

 

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