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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2017:1 (2018 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodePersonal Income by Place of Residence adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,309,825,192
2Texas48000$1,338,567,518
3New York36000$1,220,580,046
4Florida12000$991,758,639
5Illinois17000$682,737,593
6Pennsylvania42000$670,649,612
7New Jersey34000$566,713,452
8Ohio39000$536,282,668
9Virginia51000$463,509,141
10Michigan26000$456,582,475
11Georgia13000$455,097,868
12Massachusetts25000$455,067,321
13North Carolina37000$448,536,229
14Washington53000$417,232,137
15Maryland24000$363,015,303
16Colorado08000$300,890,027
17Minnesota27000$300,185,790
18Tennessee47000$299,532,467
19Indiana18000$297,507,758
20Arizona04000$293,311,859
21Wisconsin55000$279,547,964
22Missouri29000$269,343,344
23Connecticut09000$253,900,716
24Louisiana22000$206,122,087
25South Carolina45000$205,203,247
26Alabama01000$197,022,917
27Oregon41000$192,927,586
28Kentucky21000$177,475,396
29Oklahoma40000$171,896,288
30Iowa19000$147,308,322
31Kansas20000$140,531,214
32Nevada32000$133,856,943
33Utah49000$130,847,408
34Arkansas05000$124,132,605
35Mississippi28000$110,150,911
36Nebraska31000$98,001,296
37New Mexico35000$82,613,962
38New Hampshire33000$77,822,894
39Hawaii15000$74,824,115
40Idaho16000$69,689,301
41West Virginia54000$69,635,073
42Maine23000$60,929,850
43Rhode Island44000$54,733,539
44District of Columbia11000$53,889,535
45Delaware10000$47,672,112
46Montana30000$46,599,157
47South Dakota46000$42,612,997
48Alaska02000$41,897,543
49North Dakota38000$41,886,371
50Wyoming56000$33,171,970
51Vermont50000$32,284,297

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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