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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2020:3 (2023 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodePersonal Income by Place of Residence adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$3,359,191,551
2Texas48000$1,910,850,322
3New York36000$1,686,355,569
4Florida12000$1,446,110,812
5Pennsylvania42000$945,138,175
6Illinois17000$937,571,646
7New Jersey34000$780,053,941
8Ohio39000$739,363,947
9Georgia13000$657,960,949
10Massachusetts25000$640,720,041
11North Carolina37000$638,477,833
12Michigan26000$633,076,081
13Virginia51000$626,348,874
14Washington53000$621,143,583
15Maryland24000$477,788,977
16Arizona04000$450,520,353
17Colorado08000$442,428,853
18Tennessee47000$424,695,917
19Indiana18000$415,249,094
20Minnesota27000$411,723,363
21Wisconsin55000$383,044,068
22Missouri29000$377,118,348
23Connecticut09000$330,023,749
24South Carolina45000$293,588,967
25Oregon41000$282,970,700
26Louisiana22000$279,923,824
27Alabama01000$272,641,479
28Kentucky21000$249,922,639
29Oklahoma40000$234,371,988
30Nevada32000$200,058,507
31Utah49000$199,612,039
32Iowa19000$196,725,096
33Kansas20000$190,139,928
34Arkansas05000$167,506,183
35Mississippi28000$148,376,533
36Nebraska31000$130,240,774
37New Mexico35000$117,419,628
38New Hampshire33000$110,627,385
39Idaho16000$108,235,401
40Hawaii15000$97,215,848
41West Virginia54000$94,379,021
42Maine23000$86,855,211
43Rhode Island44000$77,386,268
44District of Columbia11000$72,258,472
45Montana30000$68,545,149
46Delaware10000$65,341,476
47South Dakota46000$61,836,225
48North Dakota38000$55,786,239
49Alaska02000$52,846,880
50Wyoming56000$44,173,999
51Vermont50000$43,675,639

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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