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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2019:1 (2020 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodePersonal Income by Place of Residence adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,629,470,892
2Texas48000$1,532,369,346
3New York36000$1,395,589,672
4Florida12000$1,129,084,491
5Illinois17000$749,886,536
6Pennsylvania42000$746,074,456
7New Jersey34000$627,868,309
8Ohio39000$589,511,117
9Massachusetts25000$515,934,058
10Georgia13000$513,363,281
11Virginia51000$510,262,574
12North Carolina37000$501,144,420
13Michigan26000$492,930,473
14Washington53000$492,282,039
15Maryland24000$392,340,833
16Colorado08000$352,670,798
17Arizona04000$334,128,549
18Tennessee47000$333,097,436
19Minnesota27000$332,919,503
20Indiana18000$328,810,521
21Wisconsin55000$311,249,587
22Missouri29000$299,731,259
23Connecticut09000$278,576,561
24South Carolina45000$234,436,824
25Oregon41000$224,468,979
26Louisiana22000$221,794,871
27Alabama01000$216,974,787
28Kentucky21000$196,079,608
29Oklahoma40000$189,171,761
30Iowa19000$164,354,295
31Nevada32000$157,523,561
32Utah49000$156,788,896
33Kansas20000$156,034,101
34Arkansas05000$134,929,770
35Mississippi28000$116,251,017
36Nebraska31000$105,444,900
37New Mexico35000$90,834,353
38New Hampshire33000$87,247,085
39Idaho16000$81,658,196
40Hawaii15000$81,065,788
41West Virginia54000$76,848,482
42Maine23000$68,211,260
43Rhode Island44000$60,130,780
44District of Columbia11000$59,101,585
45Delaware10000$53,298,551
46Montana30000$53,055,655
47South Dakota46000$47,757,970
48Alaska02000$46,130,064
49North Dakota38000$43,888,200
50Wyoming56000$36,294,969
51Vermont50000$34,839,107

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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