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Old 06-07-2011, 07:54 AM
 
Location: Los Altos Hills, CA
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2009-2010 GDP Growth Rate

http://bea.gov/newsreleases/regional...s/gsp_0611.png

Here's last year's growth rates for reference:

http://bea.gov/newsreleases/regional...s/gsp_1110.png


50 States GDP, 2010
California $1.901 Billion
Texas $1.207 Billion
New York $1.159 Trillion
Florida $747.735 Billion
Illinois $651.518 Billion

Pennsylvania $569.679 Billion
New Jersey $487.335 Billion
Ohio $477.699 Billion
North Carolina $424.935 Billion
Virginia $423.860 Billion

Georgia $403.070 Billion
Michigan $384.171 Billion
Massachusetts $378.729 Billion
Washington $340.460 Billion
Maryland $295.304 Billion

Indiana $275.676 Billion
Minnesota $270.039 Billion
Colorado $257.641 Billion
Tennessee $254.806 Billion
Arizona $253.609 Billion

Wisconsin $248.265 Billion
Missouri $244.016 Billion
Connecticut $237.261 Billion
Louisiana $218.853 Billion
Oregon $174.151 Billion

Alabama $172.567 Billion
South Carolina $164.445 Billion
Kentucky $163.269 Billion
Oklahoma $147.543 Billion
Iowa $142.698 Billion

Kansas $127.170 Billion
Nevada $125.650 Billion
Utah $114.548 Billion
District of Columbia $103.288 Billion
Arkansas $102.566 Billion
Mississippi $97.461 Billion

Nebraska $89,786 Billion
New Mexico $79.678 Billion
Hawaii $66.760 Billion
West Virginia $64.642 Billion
Delaware $62.280 Billion

New Hampshire $60.283 Billion
Idaho $55.435 Billion
Maine $51.643 Billion
Rhode Island $49.234 Billion
Alaska $49.120 Billion

South Dakota $39.893 Billion
Wyoming $38.527 Billion
Montana $36.067 Billion
North Dakota $34.685 Billion
Vermont $25.620 Billion

BEA News Release (GDP by State)

Last edited by 18Montclair; 06-07-2011 at 08:03 AM..
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Old 06-07-2011, 08:01 AM
 
Location: metro ATL
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Ohio belongs right under New Jersey.

Interesting how a lot of states were able to have positive GDP growth again in a pretty dramatic way (NY, IN, NC, TN, OR, etc.), although the latest figures probably still aren't as high as they were before the recession.
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Old 06-07-2011, 08:05 AM
 
Location: Los Altos Hills, CA
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Ohio belongs right under New Jersey.
Thanks.
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Old 06-07-2011, 08:13 AM
 
Location: Charlotte again!!
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Nc is becoming a beast!
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Old 06-07-2011, 08:20 AM
 
Location: metro ATL
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Originally Posted by 18Montclair View Post
Thanks.
One other correction: I'm sure the figures for CA and TX are also in the trillions, not billions.

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Originally Posted by Akhenaton06 View Post
Interesting how a lot of states were able to have positive GDP growth again in a pretty dramatic way (NY, IN, NC, TN, OR, etc.), although the latest figures probably still aren't as high as they were before the recession.
Actually it looks as though a lot of states are indeed posting the highest GDP figures they ever have, and some who are posting lower figures aren't too far behind their peak figures (e.g., Georgia).
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Old 06-07-2011, 09:45 AM
 
Location: Cleveland bound with MPLS in the rear-view
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The correlation between GDP and population is undeniable....which is probably obvious. I'm a bit more interested in GDP per capita anyways though, as I feel it can be slightly more revealing. Overall though, the higher the population the higher the GDP.
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Old 06-07-2011, 01:47 PM
 
Location: Los Altos Hills, CA
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Originally Posted by Akhenaton06 View Post
One other correction: I'm sure the figures for CA and TX are also in the trillions, not billions.
Sorry, I was in the process of packing my car to drive back from Tahoe to the Bay when I was typing this at 5:45AM....LOL.

Corrected.

50 States GDP, 2010
California $1.901 Trillion
Texas $1.207 Trillion
New York $1.159 Trillion
Florida $747.735 Billion
Illinois $651.518 Billion

Pennsylvania $569.679 Billion
New Jersey $487.335 Billion
Ohio $477.699 Billion
North Carolina $424.935 Billion
Virginia $423.860 Billion

Georgia $403.070 Billion
Michigan $384.171 Billion
Massachusetts $378.729 Billion
Washington $340.460 Billion
Maryland $295.304 Billion

Indiana $275.676 Billion
Minnesota $270.039 Billion
Colorado $257.641 Billion
Tennessee $254.806 Billion
Arizona $253.609 Billion

Wisconsin $248.265 Billion
Missouri $244.016 Billion
Connecticut $237.261 Billion
Louisiana $218.853 Billion
Oregon $174.151 Billion

Alabama $172.567 Billion
South Carolina $164.445 Billion
Kentucky $163.269 Billion
Oklahoma $147.543 Billion
Iowa $142.698 Billion

Kansas $127.170 Billion
Nevada $125.650 Billion
Utah $114.548 Billion
District of Columbia $103.288 Billion
Arkansas $102.566 Billion
Mississippi $97.461 Billion

Nebraska $89,786 Billion
New Mexico $79.678 Billion
Hawaii $66.760 Billion
West Virginia $64.642 Billion
Delaware $62.280 Billion

New Hampshire $60.283 Billion
Idaho $55.435 Billion
Maine $51.643 Billion
Rhode Island $49.234 Billion
Alaska $49.120 Billion

South Dakota $39.893 Billion
Wyoming $38.527 Billion
Montana $36.067 Billion
North Dakota $34.685 Billion
Vermont $25.620 Billion

BEA News Release (GDP by State)


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Actually it looks as though a lot of states are indeed posting the highest GDP figures they ever have, and some who are posting lower figures aren't too far behind their peak figures (e.g., Georgia).
2008 was excellent, 2009 was terrible. California is just now nearing its 08 peak. Hopefully 2011 will put every state in positive territory.
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Old 06-07-2011, 02:33 PM
 
Location: Syracuse, New York
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It's good to see Oregon heading toward the right direction. Young people may finally want to start moving there!

Last edited by SyraBrian; 06-07-2011 at 02:56 PM.. Reason: Syntax
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Old 06-07-2011, 03:45 PM
 
Location: The Greatest city on Earth: City of Atlanta Proper
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Hey look at that, a recovery. 'bout damn time.
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Old 06-07-2011, 08:13 PM
 
Location: Chicago
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There's a sizable gap between Illinois and Pennsylvania...especially when one considers that the Census claims they're neck and neck in population
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