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Economy Statistics > Economic Growth (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Percent change in GSP from 2004 to 2005.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Arizona: 8.7% 
# 2     Nevada: 8.2% 
# 3     Florida: 7.8% 
# 4     Idaho: 7.5% 
# 5     Oregon: 6.7% 
# 6     Utah: 5.8% 
# 7     Virginia: 5.6% 
# 8     Montana: 5.4% 
# 9     Wyoming: 4.9% 
# 10     Hawaii: 4.8% 
= 11     Georgia: 4.6% 
= 11     North Dakota: 4.6% 
= 11     New Mexico: 4.6% 
# 14     District of Columbia: 4.5% 
= 15     California: 4.4% 
= 15     New Hampshire: 4.4% 
# 17     Texas: 4.3% 
# 18     Colorado: 4.2% 
# 19     Kansas: 4% 
# 20     North Carolina: 3.9% 
= 21     Washington: 3.7% 
= 21     Connecticut: 3.7% 
= 21     Maryland: 3.7% 
= 24     South Carolina: 3.5% 
= 24     South Dakota: 3.5% 
# 26     New York: 3.3% 
# 27     West Virginia: 3.2% 
# 28     Alabama: 3.1% 
# 29     Vermont: 3% 
# 30     Oklahoma: 2.9% 
= 31     Arkansas: 2.6% 
= 31     Massachusetts: 2.6% 
# 33     Kentucky: 2.3% 
# 34     Missouri: 2.2% 
= 35     Pennsylvania: 2.1% 
= 35     New Jersey: 2.1% 
= 35     Illinois: 2.1% 
= 38     Rhode Island: 2% 
= 38     Wisconsin: 2% 
# 40     Iowa: 1.8% 
# 41     Nebraska: 1.7% 
# 42     Tennessee: 1.6% 
# 43     Maine: 1.4% 
= 44     Delaware: 1.3% 
= 44     Minnesota: 1.3% 
# 46     Mississippi: 1.2% 
# 47     Indiana: 1.1% 
# 48     Ohio: 1% 
# 49     Alaska: 0.6% 
# 50     Michigan: 0.1% 
# 51     Louisiana: -1.6% 
Weighted average: 3.4%  
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"Economic Growth by state", Bureau of Economic Analysis. Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/eco_eco_gro-economy-economic-growth

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COMMENTARY     

bill tiffee
26th May 2011
As someone with a PHd in Political Science and JD in Law, I would like to comment on how terrible your website is. I looked up economic growth for states and your site says the latest available data. What year or quarter is that? I have no clue. In your data for state and local tax burdens, you cite the Census Bureau for 2004!!!, which is based on statistics from years earlier.These tax levels are far below those of other sources such as the Tax Policy Center. Hire some competent people!!!
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