U.S. Department of Commerce

State Rankings -- Statistical Abstract of the United States

GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY STATE IN CONSTANT (2000) DOLLARS -- PERCENT CHANGE, 2006 - 20081

[When states share the same rank, the next lower rank is omitted. Because of rounded data, states may have identical values shown, but different ranks. Cautionary note]

State Percent Rank
    United States 0.7 (X)
Alabama 0.7 27
Alaska -2.0 50
Arizona -0.6 41
Arkansas 0.7 27
California 0.4 34
Colorado 2.9 4
Connecticut -0.4 40
Delaware -1.6 48
District of Columbia 3.0 (X)
Florida -1.6 48
Georgia -0.6 41
Hawaii 0.7 27
Idaho (Z) 38
Illinois 0.3 35
Indiana -0.6 41
Iowa 2.1 8
Kansas 2.2 7
Kentucky -0.1 39
Louisiana 0.3 35
Maine 1.4 20
Maryland 1.3 22
Massachusetts 1.9 13
Michigan -1.5 47
Minnesota 2.0 9
Mississippi 1.7 16
Missouri 1.3 22
Montana 1.8 14
Nebraska 1.3 22
Nevada -0.6 41
New Hampshire 1.8 14
New Jersey 0.6 31
New Mexico 2.0 9
New York 1.6 18
North Carolina 0.1 37
North Dakota 7.3 1
Ohio -0.7 45
Oklahoma 2.7 5
Oregon 1.6 18
Pennsylvania 1.1 26
Rhode Island -0.9 46
South Carolina 0.6 31
South Dakota 3.5 3
Tennessee 0.5 33
Texas 2.0 9
Utah 1.4 20
Vermont 1.7 16
Virginia 1.3 22
Washington 2.0 9
West Virginia 2.5 6
Wisconsin 0.7 27
Wyoming 4.4 2

Symbol
X Not applicable.
Z Less than .05 percent.

FOOTNOTE
1Preliminary data.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis,
BEA News Release, BEA 09-22,
"Economic Slowdown Widespread Among States in 2008";
released June 2, 2009.

For more information:
Regional Economic Accounts