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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2019:3 (2020 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodePersonal Income by Place of Residence adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,666,440,118
2Texas48000$1,557,214,031
3New York36000$1,416,747,929
4Florida12000$1,142,098,770
5Illinois17000$756,013,178
6Pennsylvania42000$753,051,295
7New Jersey34000$635,481,264
8Ohio39000$595,330,308
9Georgia13000$520,041,781
10Massachusetts25000$517,699,561
11Virginia51000$516,722,263
12North Carolina37000$508,682,936
13Washington53000$501,169,376
14Michigan26000$498,929,492
15Maryland24000$395,995,653
16Colorado08000$358,704,362
17Arizona04000$340,930,781
18Tennessee47000$337,525,158
19Minnesota27000$337,355,887
20Indiana18000$332,938,948
21Wisconsin55000$313,885,489
22Missouri29000$303,522,574
23Connecticut09000$278,406,626
24South Carolina45000$237,562,062
25Oregon41000$227,452,141
26Louisiana22000$223,104,082
27Alabama01000$219,930,863
28Kentucky21000$198,591,758
29Oklahoma40000$190,025,161
30Iowa19000$167,075,591
31Nevada32000$159,996,258
32Utah49000$159,446,324
33Kansas20000$158,361,330
34Arkansas05000$136,890,933
35Mississippi28000$117,773,721
36Nebraska31000$107,620,116
37New Mexico35000$92,445,325
38New Hampshire33000$87,421,753
39Idaho16000$83,680,071
40Hawaii15000$81,865,781
41West Virginia54000$76,802,056
42Maine23000$69,099,521
43Rhode Island44000$60,330,935
44District of Columbia11000$59,697,933
45Montana30000$54,160,232
46Delaware10000$53,819,455
47South Dakota46000$48,788,675
48Alaska02000$46,613,139
49North Dakota38000$44,561,071
50Wyoming56000$36,552,936
51Vermont50000$34,968,961

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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