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

RankStateFIPS CodePersonal Income by Place of Residence adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,861,899,338
2Texas48000$1,615,459,594
3New York36000$1,478,649,064
4Florida12000$1,222,294,950
5Pennsylvania42000$810,818,729
6Illinois17000$808,114,721
7New Jersey34000$680,371,681
8Ohio39000$625,169,900
9Georgia13000$560,115,779
10Massachusetts25000$556,945,029
11Virginia51000$537,891,350
12Michigan26000$535,536,735
13Washington53000$530,579,927
14North Carolina37000$530,336,674
15Maryland24000$418,581,833
16Arizona04000$368,116,629
17Colorado08000$366,783,759
18Indiana18000$347,435,235
19Tennessee47000$347,062,123
20Minnesota27000$345,416,445
21Wisconsin55000$320,270,312
22Missouri29000$312,198,990
23Connecticut09000$284,113,526
24South Carolina45000$247,442,573
25Oregon41000$242,754,427
26Louisiana22000$234,299,414
27Alabama01000$231,273,307
28Kentucky21000$206,060,998
29Oklahoma40000$193,207,944
30Iowa19000$172,141,254
31Nevada32000$170,933,354
32Utah49000$169,470,844
33Kansas20000$161,631,206
34Arkansas05000$141,230,096
35Mississippi28000$123,980,377
36Nebraska31000$110,481,951
37New Mexico35000$96,694,456
38New Hampshire33000$90,345,347
39Idaho16000$88,158,338
40Hawaii15000$85,782,985
41West Virginia54000$79,845,964
42Maine23000$73,062,641
43Rhode Island44000$65,491,645
44District of Columbia11000$62,784,605
45Montana30000$57,380,755
46Delaware10000$56,051,067
47South Dakota46000$50,232,341
48Alaska02000$47,301,843
49North Dakota38000$44,285,084
50Vermont50000$36,502,226
51Wyoming56000$36,396,942

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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