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Total Real GDP by State in 2016 (millions of 2012 chained dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeValue
1California06000$2,500,950
2Texas48000$1,600,260
3New York36000$1,389,681
4Florida12000$866,731
5Illinois17000$747,168
6Pennsylvania42000$689,844
7Ohio39000$585,089
8New Jersey34000$539,943
9Georgia13000$498,267
10Massachusetts25000$478,961
11North Carolina37000$475,339
12Washington53000$459,754
13Virginia51000$456,676
14Michigan26000$452,269
15Maryland24000$356,818
16Minnesota27000$319,130
17Colorado08000$316,752
18Indiana18000$316,636
19Tennessee47000$308,032
20Wisconsin55000$290,750
21Arizona04000$289,230
22Missouri29000$275,501
23Connecticut09000$242,794
24Louisiana22000$228,253
25Oregon41000$200,948
26South Carolina45000$195,460
27Alabama01000$190,703
28Oklahoma40000$190,110
29Kentucky21000$182,619
30Iowa19000$168,876
31Kansas20000$149,928
32Utah49000$147,414
33Nevada32000$139,296
34District of Columbia11000$119,567
35Arkansas05000$114,541
36Nebraska31000$110,812
37Mississippi28000$100,657
38New Mexico35000$91,268
39Hawaii15000$78,905
40New Hampshire33000$72,816
41West Virginia54000$68,901
42Idaho16000$65,535
43Delaware10000$63,109
44Maine23000$54,971
45Rhode Island44000$53,091
46Alaska02000$52,711
47North Dakota38000$51,036
48South Dakota46000$45,686
49Montana30000$44,265
50Wyoming56000$38,053
51Vermont50000$29,363

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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