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Old 12-29-2009, 10:07 PM
 
Location: Northridge, Los Angeles, CA
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Alright, some more states and metropolitan areas:

Florida
2008 Population: 18,328,340
2008 GSP: $744,120,000,000

Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, FL MSA
2008 Population: 5,414,772 (29.5% of Florida's population)
2008 GMP: $261,263,000,000 (35.1% of Florida's GSP)

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL MSA
2008 Population: 2,733,261 (14.91% of Florida's population)
2008 GMP: $110,510,000,000 (14.85% of Florida's GSP)

Orlando-Deltona-Daytona Beach, FL CSA (incl. Orlando, Deltona, and Palm Coast MSA)
2008 Population: 2,718,578 (14.83% of Florida's population)
2008 GMP: $117,648,000,000 (15.81% of Florida's GSP)

Jacksonville, FL MSA
2008 Population: 1,313,228 (7.16% of Florida's population)
2008 GMP: $59,711,000,000 (8% of Florida's GSP)

Florida seems to be a somewhat balanced state between population and GSP

Washington State
2008 Population: 6,549,228
2008 GSP: $311,270,000,000

Seattle-Tacoma-Olympia, WA CSA (incl. Seattle, Olympia, Bremerton, Mt. Vernon MSAs)
2008 Population: 4,087,033 (63.27% of Washington's population)
2008 GMP: $240,808,000,000 (77.36% of Washington's GSP)

Spokane, WA MSA
2008 Population: 462,477 (7% of Washington's population)
2008 GMP: $17,640,000,000 (5.66% of Washington's GSP)

Arizona
2008 Population: 6,500,180
2008 GSP: $247,028,000,000

Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ MSA
2008 Population: 4,281,899 (65.87% of Arizona's population)
2008 GMP: $187,431,000,000 (75.87% of Arizona's GSP)

Tucson, AZ MSA
2008 Population: 1,012,018 (15.57% of Arizona's population)
2008 GMP: $31,805,000,000 (12.88% of Arizona's GSP)
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Old 12-30-2009, 12:20 PM
 
Location: Pasadena
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Ohio would be interesting, but i'd leave that state for other people to do. Any takers?
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Old 12-31-2009, 07:18 PM
 
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I think one of the sites showed that the Syracuse area had the 78th ranked economy in terms of dollars during the 2005-2008 period. I believe it contributes to about 2.5 or 2.6% of the state's economy, while being about that percentage of the population.
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Old 01-01-2010, 11:45 PM
 
Location: Northridge, Los Angeles, CA
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Ohio would be interesting, but i'd leave that state for other people to do. Any takers?
I'll bite.

Ohio
2008 Population: 11,485,910
2008 GSP: $471,508,000,000

Cleveland-Akron-Elyria, OH CSA (incl. Cleveland and Akron MSAs)
2008 Population: 2,887,492 (25.14% of Ohio's population)
2008 GMP: $132,477,000,000 (28.09% of Ohio's population)

Cincinnati-Middletown-Wilmington, OH-KY-IN CSA
2008 Population (OH only): 1,702,157 (14.81% of Ohio's population) (22.57% of the CSA lives outside of Ohio)
2008 GMP: $98,750,000,000 (16.2%-20.9% of Ohio's GSP) The range = 22.57% of 98750 = 76462 (or 16.2%)

Columbus-Marion-Chillicothe, OH CSA (incl. only Columbus MSA, since micropolitan area data is not available)
2008 Population: 2,002,604 (17.44% of Ohio's population)
2008 GMP: $89,829,000,000 (19.05% of Ohio's GSP)

Dayton-Springfield-Greenville, OH CSA (incl. Dayton and Springfield MSA)
2008 Population: 1,068,080 (9.30% of Ohio's population)
2008 GMP: $37,307,000,000 (7.91% of Ohio's GSP)

Toledo-Fremont, OH MSA
2008 Population: 709,741 (6.18% of Ohio's population)
2008 GMP: $26,106,000,000 (5.54% of Ohio's GSP)

It's probably one of the more balanced states I've analyzed in this thread.
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Old 01-02-2010, 08:00 AM
 
Location: Youngstown, Oh.
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Thanks for analyzing Ohio. I was hoping someone would. (but not me, because I'm on vacation, and this resembles work )

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I'll bite.

Ohio
2008 Population: 11,485,910
2008 GSP: $471,508,000,000

Cleveland-Akron-Elyria, OH CSA (incl. Cleveland and Akron MSAs)
2008 Population: 2,887,492 (25.14% of Ohio's population)
2008 GMP: $132,477,000,000 (28.09% of Ohio's population)

Cincinnati-Middletown-Wilmington, OH-KY-IN CSA
2008 Population (OH only): 1,702,157 (14.81% of Ohio's population) (22.57% of the CSA lives outside of Ohio)
2008 GMP: $98,750,000,000 (16.2%-20.9% of Ohio's GSP) The range = 22.57% of 98750 = 76462 (or 16.2%)

Columbus-Marion-Chillicothe, OH CSA (incl. only Columbus MSA, since micropolitan area data is not available)
2008 Population: 2,002,604 (17.44% of Ohio's population)
2008 GMP: $89,829,000,000 (19.05% of Ohio's GSP)

Dayton-Springfield-Greenville, OH CSA (incl. Dayton and Springfield MSA)
2008 Population: 1,068,080 (9.30% of Ohio's population)
2008 GMP: $37,307,000,000 (7.91% of Ohio's GSP)

Toledo-Fremont, OH MSA
2008 Population: 709,741 (6.18% of Ohio's population)
2008 GMP: $26,106,000,000 (5.54% of Ohio's GSP)

It's probably one of the more balanced states I've analyzed in this thread.
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Old 01-02-2010, 10:17 AM
 
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Here are the four Iowa metros that are entirely contained inside the state. There are 4 other metros with around 450,000 people in the state, but they are border metros and it skews it too much to pull in an entire state just for a split metro.

2008 Population: 3,007,856
GSP: $135,702,000

Des Moines

2008 Population: 556,230 (18.50% of Iowa's population)
2008 GMP: $34,297,000 (25.20% of Iowa's GSP)
Per Capita: $61,660 per person

Cedar Rapids
2008 Population: 255,452 (8.50% of Iowa's population)
2008 GMP: $12,510,000 (9.21% of Iowa's GSP)
Per Capita: $48,972

Iowa City
2008 Population: 149,437 (4.97% of Iowa's population)
2008 GMP: $7,164,000(5.30% of Iowa's GSP)
Per Capita: $47,940

Waterloo
2008 Population: 164,220 (5.46% of Iowa's population)
2008 GMP: $6,411,000 (4.72% of Iowa's GSP)
Per Capita: $39,039

Ames
2008 Population: 86,764 (2.88% of Iowa's population)
2008 GMP: $3,832,000 (2.82% of Iowa's GSP)
Per Capita: $44,165
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Old 01-02-2010, 12:57 PM
 
Location: Pasadena
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It's probably one of the more balanced states I've analyzed in this thread.
That's why I though it would be a good one.
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Old 01-02-2010, 08:55 PM
 
Location: metro ATL
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Here are the four Iowa metros that are entirely contained inside the state. There are 4 other metros with around 450,000 people in the state, but they are border metros and it skews it too much to pull in an entire state just for a split metro.

2008 Population: 3,007,856
GSP: $135,702,000

Des Moines

2008 Population: 556,230 (18.50% of Iowa's population)
2008 GMP: $34,297,000 (25.20% of Iowa's GSP)
Per Capita: $61,660 per person
Wow, Des Moines really packs a punch for its size, doesn't it?
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Old 01-03-2010, 01:38 AM
 
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Wow, Des Moines really packs a punch for its size, doesn't it?
You wouldn't really think of it as a hard core "white collar" city, but its strangely very corporate...




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