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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2018:3 (2020 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodePersonal Income by Place of Residence adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,612,248,302
2Texas48000$1,520,154,113
3New York36000$1,391,828,093
4Florida12000$1,125,373,326
5Illinois17000$752,719,070
6Pennsylvania42000$745,906,996
7New Jersey34000$625,961,936
8Ohio39000$590,776,754
9Georgia13000$513,823,090
10Massachusetts25000$512,287,550
11Virginia51000$510,740,066
12North Carolina37000$496,985,466
13Michigan26000$494,048,486
14Washington53000$487,849,225
15Maryland24000$392,864,051
16Colorado08000$348,712,884
17Minnesota27000$333,306,075
18Tennessee47000$332,420,041
19Arizona04000$331,542,676
20Indiana18000$327,782,635
21Wisconsin55000$310,849,398
22Missouri29000$298,412,988
23Connecticut09000$278,365,406
24South Carolina45000$231,789,032
25Oregon41000$224,153,588
26Louisiana22000$222,784,289
27Alabama01000$215,883,197
28Kentucky21000$195,530,364
29Oklahoma40000$187,175,662
30Iowa19000$163,105,801
31Nevada32000$156,892,828
32Kansas20000$154,661,208
33Utah49000$154,116,188
34Arkansas05000$135,127,379
35Mississippi28000$116,629,477
36Nebraska31000$104,933,253
37New Mexico35000$90,488,910
38New Hampshire33000$86,372,592
39Hawaii15000$81,077,514
40Idaho16000$80,725,644
41West Virginia54000$77,419,671
42Maine23000$67,855,227
43Rhode Island44000$59,446,226
44District of Columbia11000$59,264,236
45Delaware10000$53,119,767
46Montana30000$52,827,276
47South Dakota46000$47,518,544
48Alaska02000$46,092,478
49North Dakota38000$43,749,008
50Wyoming56000$36,387,099
51Vermont50000$34,617,858

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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