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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2018:1 (2020 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodePersonal Income by Place of Residence adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,538,747,277
2Texas48000$1,478,797,866
3New York36000$1,363,506,821
4Florida12000$1,096,812,973
5Illinois17000$739,619,570
6Pennsylvania42000$725,948,274
7New Jersey34000$611,461,853
8Ohio39000$577,327,487
9Massachusetts25000$502,405,203
10Virginia51000$500,251,247
11Georgia13000$499,927,832
12Michigan26000$486,461,179
13North Carolina37000$485,176,313
14Washington53000$472,461,822
15Maryland24000$384,624,877
16Colorado08000$337,225,739
17Minnesota27000$325,414,508
18Tennessee47000$323,280,546
19Arizona04000$323,045,011
20Indiana18000$322,546,191
21Wisconsin55000$305,038,769
22Missouri29000$292,039,538
23Connecticut09000$271,756,780
24South Carolina45000$225,873,798
25Louisiana22000$217,794,964
26Oregon41000$217,574,584
27Alabama01000$212,464,117
28Kentucky21000$191,847,756
29Oklahoma40000$183,221,268
30Iowa19000$159,642,551
31Nevada32000$153,329,145
32Kansas20000$151,140,920
33Utah49000$149,381,475
34Arkansas05000$132,167,249
35Mississippi28000$114,698,428
36Nebraska31000$103,155,548
37New Mexico35000$88,429,928
38New Hampshire33000$84,759,301
39Hawaii15000$79,960,252
40Idaho16000$78,887,483
41West Virginia54000$75,029,978
42Maine23000$66,341,117
43Rhode Island44000$58,754,561
44District of Columbia11000$57,886,654
45Montana30000$51,882,278
46Delaware10000$51,836,714
47South Dakota46000$46,743,802
48Alaska02000$45,039,589
49North Dakota38000$42,488,923
50Wyoming56000$35,514,084
51Vermont50000$33,969,783

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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