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Economy Statistics > GSP > Real GSP > State and local (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: State and local, Real GSP (chained 2000 dollars) GSP, or Gross State Product is the value of all the goods and services produced in a state. Specific industries measured will give the value of all goods and services in that industry. The Nominal Gross State Product measures the value of all the goods and services produced expressed in current prices. On the other hand, Real Gross State Product measures the value of all the goods and services produced expressed in the prices of some base year.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     California: $11,242,000,000.00  
# 2     New York: $6,661,000,000.00  
# 3     Texas: $6,411,000,000.00  
# 4     Florida: $4,443,000,000.00  
# 5     Illinois: $3,464,000,000.00  
# 6     Ohio: $3,204,000,000.00  
# 7     New Jersey: $2,964,000,000.00  
# 8     Michigan: $2,930,000,000.00  
# 9     Pennsylvania: $2,888,000,000.00  
# 10     Georgia: $2,443,000,000.00  
# 11     North Carolina: $2,429,000,000.00  
# 12     Virginia: $2,164,000,000.00  
# 13     Washington: $2,137,000,000.00  
# 14     Massachusetts: $1,889,000,000.00  
# 15     Minnesota: $1,619,000,000.00  
# 16     Wisconsin: $1,617,000,000.00  
# 17     Maryland: $1,606,000,000.00  
# 18     Indiana: $1,546,000,000.00  
= 19     Tennessee: $1,503,000,000.00  
= 19     Arizona: $1,503,000,000.00  
# 21     Missouri: $1,477,000,000.00  
# 22     Colorado: $1,412,000,000.00  
# 23     South Carolina: $1,301,000,000.00  
# 24     Louisiana: $1,257,000,000.00  
# 25     Alabama: $1,233,000,000.00  
# 26     Connecticut: $1,158,000,000.00  
# 27     Oregon: $1,116,000,000.00  
# 28     Kentucky: $1,079,000,000.00  
# 29     Oklahoma: $1,007,000,000.00  
# 30     Iowa: $918,000,000.00  
# 31     Kansas: $849,000,000.00  
# 32     Mississippi: $786,000,000.00  
# 33     New Mexico: $706,000,000.00  
# 34     Utah: $669,000,000.00  
# 35     Arkansas: $660,000,000.00  
# 36     Nebraska: $639,000,000.00  
# 37     Nevada: $610,000,000.00  
# 38     West Virginia: $528,000,000.00  
= 39     Idaho: $376,000,000.00  
= 39     Hawaii: $376,000,000.00  
# 41     Maine: $369,000,000.00  
# 42     New Hampshire: $330,000,000.00  
# 43     Rhode Island: $307,000,000.00  
# 44     Delaware: $300,000,000.00  
# 45     Alaska: $279,000,000.00  
# 46     Montana: $258,000,000.00  
# 47     South Dakota: $221,000,000.00  
# 48     Wyoming: $206,000,000.00  
# 49     North Dakota: $205,000,000.00  
# 50     District of Columbia: $192,000,000.00  
# 51     Vermont: $182,000,000.00  
Total: $85,669,000,000.00   
Weighted average: $1,679,784,313.73  

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"GSP > Real GSP > State and local by state", U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economic Analysis Division. Data for 2003. . Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/eco_gsp_rea_gsp_sta_and_loc-economy-gsp-real-state-local

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