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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2020:4 (2023 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodePersonal Income by Place of Residence adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$3,312,803,079
2Texas48000$1,905,730,650
3New York36000$1,637,513,310
4Florida12000$1,450,966,331
5Illinois17000$933,073,680
6Pennsylvania42000$917,033,327
7New Jersey34000$783,401,651
8Ohio39000$734,878,127
9Georgia13000$649,529,380
10Massachusetts25000$643,651,697
11North Carolina37000$640,423,792
12Virginia51000$630,102,430
13Washington53000$619,534,653
14Michigan26000$618,056,147
15Maryland24000$470,824,766
16Colorado08000$446,191,225
17Arizona04000$442,561,319
18Tennessee47000$424,496,258
19Indiana18000$417,695,676
20Minnesota27000$413,242,234
21Wisconsin55000$389,788,647
22Missouri29000$378,149,749
23Connecticut09000$329,120,132
24South Carolina45000$294,345,998
25Oregon41000$286,723,779
26Alabama01000$271,120,047
27Louisiana22000$267,619,714
28Kentucky21000$247,947,206
29Oklahoma40000$233,022,106
30Utah49000$204,855,295
31Nevada32000$201,135,165
32Iowa19000$199,721,051
33Kansas20000$191,685,759
34Arkansas05000$166,671,009
35Mississippi28000$145,825,958
36Nebraska31000$133,831,663
37New Mexico35000$114,719,377
38New Hampshire33000$111,485,812
39Idaho16000$110,935,245
40Hawaii15000$96,257,496
41West Virginia54000$93,014,822
42Maine23000$87,676,742
43Rhode Island44000$75,618,743
44District of Columbia11000$71,066,971
45Montana30000$69,623,777
46Delaware10000$64,450,014
47South Dakota46000$64,091,598
48North Dakota38000$56,593,417
49Alaska02000$52,933,922
50Wyoming56000$44,631,729
51Vermont50000$43,551,074

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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