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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2021:4 (2023 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodePersonal Income by Place of Residence adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$3,359,433,649
2Texas48000$2,025,966,969
3New York36000$1,669,541,305
4Florida12000$1,556,201,641
5Illinois17000$949,754,690
6Pennsylvania42000$924,394,369
7New Jersey34000$787,658,805
8Ohio39000$744,791,387
9Georgia13000$677,891,825
10North Carolina37000$674,953,701
11Virginia51000$651,022,861
12Massachusetts25000$649,032,615
13Washington53000$646,146,792
14Michigan26000$623,775,856
15Colorado08000$476,623,761
16Maryland24000$475,255,241
17Arizona04000$462,029,003
18Tennessee47000$445,360,618
19Indiana18000$434,103,556
20Minnesota27000$426,174,153
21Wisconsin55000$397,136,909
22Missouri29000$385,405,854
23Connecticut09000$328,648,622
24South Carolina45000$306,952,528
25Oregon41000$291,278,303
26Alabama01000$282,449,715
27Louisiana22000$278,267,879
28Kentucky21000$257,436,191
29Oklahoma40000$248,169,291
30Utah49000$216,601,537
31Nevada32000$215,006,806
32Iowa19000$204,723,021
33Kansas20000$191,608,637
34Arkansas05000$173,973,348
35Mississippi28000$151,351,994
36Nebraska31000$136,809,176
37New Mexico35000$119,439,007
38Idaho16000$117,245,405
39New Hampshire33000$113,674,253
40Hawaii15000$97,335,072
41West Virginia54000$97,161,840
42Maine23000$90,316,915
43Rhode Island44000$77,445,745
44Montana30000$72,703,559
45District of Columbia11000$72,608,206
46Delaware10000$65,697,697
47South Dakota46000$65,416,662
48North Dakota38000$56,584,325
49Alaska02000$54,002,205
50Wyoming56000$46,156,866
51Vermont50000$43,937,232

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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