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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2014:2 (2017 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodePersonal Income by Place of Residence adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,021,634,346
2Texas48000$1,264,924,542
3New York36000$1,145,021,762
4Florida12000$874,563,189
5Illinois17000$641,713,234
6Pennsylvania42000$628,741,925
7New Jersey34000$528,759,068
8Ohio39000$500,712,379
9Virginia51000$428,078,729
10Michigan26000$416,750,120
11Massachusetts25000$410,546,150
12Georgia13000$401,539,649
13North Carolina37000$400,708,148
14Washington53000$364,016,161
15Maryland24000$331,336,044
16Minnesota27000$274,792,060
17Indiana18000$273,846,719
18Colorado08000$272,868,613
19Tennessee47000$269,999,058
20Wisconsin55000$262,556,237
21Arizona04000$261,848,885
22Missouri29000$255,865,282
23Connecticut09000$245,886,395
24Louisiana22000$199,832,726
25Alabama01000$183,645,601
26South Carolina45000$182,653,440
27Oklahoma40000$179,639,866
28Oregon41000$169,516,683
29Kentucky21000$167,852,134
30Iowa19000$142,575,352
31Kansas20000$138,382,390
32Nevada32000$117,573,336
33Arkansas05000$114,707,035
34Utah49000$113,334,887
35Mississippi28000$105,301,230
36Nebraska31000$94,036,185
37New Mexico35000$78,156,394
38New Hampshire33000$73,171,576
39West Virginia54000$67,943,601
40Hawaii15000$67,738,319
41Idaho16000$62,403,549
42Maine23000$56,228,134
43Rhode Island44000$51,834,234
44District of Columbia11000$47,655,521
45North Dakota38000$44,331,355
46Delaware10000$43,480,359
47Montana30000$42,737,524
48Alaska02000$41,288,208
49South Dakota46000$40,613,089
50Wyoming56000$33,672,978
51Vermont50000$30,249,971

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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