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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2017:4 (2019 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodePersonal Income by Place of Residence adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,497,476,197
2Texas48000$1,411,674,681
3New York36000$1,363,788,680
4Florida12000$1,056,973,027
5Illinois17000$728,876,660
6Pennsylvania42000$716,630,658
7New Jersey34000$610,706,388
8Ohio39000$571,610,962
9Virginia51000$490,532,432
10Massachusetts25000$487,116,816
11Georgia13000$485,510,909
12Michigan26000$482,154,527
13North Carolina37000$478,227,669
14Washington53000$454,679,980
15Maryland24000$386,870,826
16Colorado08000$324,126,992
17Tennessee47000$321,026,856
18Minnesota27000$318,427,153
19Indiana18000$316,014,563
20Arizona04000$312,983,209
21Wisconsin55000$297,533,923
22Missouri29000$288,152,047
23Connecticut09000$270,067,568
24South Carolina45000$219,298,581
25Louisiana22000$213,368,209
26Oregon41000$210,702,319
27Alabama01000$209,189,885
28Kentucky21000$189,848,679
29Oklahoma40000$183,300,567
30Iowa19000$154,512,460
31Kansas20000$148,074,176
32Nevada32000$146,093,124
33Utah49000$142,748,831
34Arkansas05000$129,208,759
35Mississippi28000$114,173,475
36Nebraska31000$102,255,719
37New Mexico35000$86,901,808
38New Hampshire33000$83,854,147
39Hawaii15000$78,961,652
40Idaho16000$76,254,427
41West Virginia54000$73,230,250
42Maine23000$65,168,982
43Rhode Island44000$58,839,592
44District of Columbia11000$58,228,992
45Delaware10000$50,288,961
46Montana30000$50,170,286
47Alaska02000$44,368,497
48South Dakota46000$44,289,541
49North Dakota38000$41,005,850
50Wyoming56000$34,926,401
51Vermont50000$34,027,116

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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