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Change in Real GDP by State: 2012 to 2016 (millions of 2009 chained dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeValue
1California06000$287,182
2Texas48000$188,359
3Florida12000$85,701
4Washington53000$45,708
5Pennsylvania42000$44,787
6New York36000$43,275
7Georgia13000$42,794
8Colorado08000$34,890
9North Carolina37000$33,993
10Ohio39000$33,877
11Massachusetts25000$30,644
12Michigan26000$30,545
13Tennessee47000$22,565
14New Jersey34000$21,133
15Illinois17000$20,960
16Minnesota27000$20,584
17Indiana18000$19,049
18South Carolina45000$17,015
19Utah49000$16,455
20Oklahoma40000$15,297
21Maryland24000$15,190
22Arizona04000$14,927
23Oregon41000$14,460
24Wisconsin55000$13,276
25Virginia51000$12,923
26Missouri29000$11,313
27Iowa19000$10,056
28Nevada32000$9,422
29Nebraska31000$7,337
30Kentucky21000$6,123
31Alabama01000$5,791
32District of Columbia11000$5,575
33Arkansas05000$5,506
34Idaho16000$5,283
35Kansas20000$5,271
36New Hampshire33000$4,857
37Hawaii15000$4,339
38Delaware10000$3,600
39Connecticut09000$2,508
40New Mexico35000$2,499
41South Dakota46000$2,418
42Montana30000$2,293
43Maine23000$1,717
44Rhode Island44000$1,696
45West Virginia54000$571
46Vermont50000$485
47Mississippi28000$402
48North Dakota38000($188)
49Wyoming56000($615)
50Louisiana22000($3,768)
51Alaska02000($6,259)

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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