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Change in Real GDP by State: 2015 to 2020 (millions of 2012 chained dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeValue
1California06000$285,472
2Texas48000$107,105
3Washington53000$98,004
4Florida12000$93,405
5Georgia13000$49,188
6Colorado08000$42,169
7Arizona04000$38,723
8New York36000$30,179
9North Carolina37000$29,204
10Massachusetts25000$28,258
11Oregon41000$27,104
12Utah49000$27,020
13Virginia51000$21,120
14South Carolina45000$15,924
15Indiana18000$15,487
16Maryland24000$15,023
17Nevada32000$11,776
18Pennsylvania42000$11,669
19Minnesota27000$11,609
20Ohio39000$11,177
21Idaho16000$10,845
22Tennessee47000$9,467
23Kansas20000$7,378
24Alabama01000$6,046
25Wisconsin55000$5,925
26District of Columbia11000$5,103
27Nebraska31000$4,204
28New Mexico35000$4,051
29Michigan26000$3,962
30Maine23000$2,485
31New Hampshire33000$2,185
32Montana30000$1,444
33Arkansas05000$1,431
34South Dakota46000$1,390
35Kentucky21000$1,316
36Missouri29000$1,037
37Mississippi28000($256)
38Vermont50000($680)
39Iowa19000($1,016)
40New Jersey34000($1,151)
41Hawaii15000($1,314)
42Rhode Island44000($1,724)
43West Virginia54000($1,980)
44North Dakota38000($3,046)
45Alaska02000($3,370)
46Wyoming56000($3,424)
47Louisiana22000($3,624)
48Connecticut09000($4,252)
49Delaware10000($4,693)
50Illinois17000($5,389)
51Oklahoma40000($7,354)

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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