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Change in Real GDP by State: 2016 to 2021 (millions of 2012 chained dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeValue
1California06000$446,836
2Texas48000$195,109
3Florida12000$148,036
4Washington53000$116,865
5New York36000$111,549
6Georgia13000$68,476
7North Carolina37000$58,965
8Massachusetts25000$57,753
9Arizona04000$56,381
10Colorado08000$54,810
11Virginia51000$45,385
12Ohio39000$45,341
13Tennessee47000$42,318
14Utah49000$38,948
15New Jersey34000$31,838
16Illinois17000$30,727
17Oregon41000$29,900
18Michigan26000$29,453
19Indiana18000$26,639
20South Carolina45000$23,039
21Pennsylvania42000$22,614
22Minnesota27000$22,174
23Nevada32000$19,486
24Missouri29000$16,578
25Alabama01000$15,696
26Idaho16000$14,615
27Wisconsin55000$14,547
28Kentucky21000$13,703
29Arkansas05000$10,549
30Nebraska31000$9,525
31New Hampshire33000$9,414
32Iowa19000$9,364
33Kansas20000$8,596
34Maryland24000$8,489
35Maine23000$8,029
36District of Columbia11000$7,339
37Montana30000$4,539
38New Mexico35000$4,474
39South Dakota46000$3,482
40Connecticut09000$3,269
41Mississippi28000$3,098
42Rhode Island44000$1,703
43Delaware10000$1,403
44West Virginia54000$1,332
45Vermont50000$1,139
46North Dakota38000$829
47Oklahoma40000$205
48Wyoming56000($1,789)
49Hawaii15000($2,757)
50Alaska02000($3,377)
51Louisiana22000($7,276)

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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