List of U.S. states and territories by economic growth rate

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This is a list of U.S. states and territories by economic growth rate. This article includes a list of the 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and the 5 inhabited U.S. territories sorted by economic growth, the percentage change in real GDP for the first quarter of 2018, using the most recent data available from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.[1][note 1]

Among all states and territories in 2017-2018, the Northern Mariana Islands had the highest GDP growth (Increase 25.1%), while American Samoa had the lowest GDP growth (Decrease 5.3%).

Q2 2018 list[edit]

List of U.S. states, federal district, and territories by economic growth in Q2 2018[2][note 2]
Rank State
federal district
or territory
2018
GDP
Percent
change
[note 3]
1  Northern Mariana Islands Increase 25.1
2  Texas Increase 6.0
3  Michigan Increase 5.4
4  Missouri Increase 5.1
5  Minnesota Increase 5.0
6  Montana Increase 4.9
7  Colorado Increase 4.9
8  Nevada Increase 4.7
9  Kansas Increase 4.7
10  New Hampshire Increase 4.6
11  Florida Increase 4.5
12  Arkansas Increase 4.4
13  Louisiana Increase 4.3
14  Arizona Increase 4.2
15  Virginia Increase 4.2
16  District of Columbia Increase 4.2
17   North Dakota Increase 4.1
18  Oklahoma Increase 4.1
19  Massachusetts Increase 4.0
20 Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Increase 3.9
21  Utah Increase 3.8
22  Alabama Increase 3.8
23  California Increase 3.7
24  Washington Increase 3.7
25  Alaska Increase 3.7
26  Nebraska Increase 3.7
27  Ohio Increase 3.7
28  Kentucky Increase 3.7
29  Iowa Increase 3.6
30  Illinois Increase 3.6
31  Indiana Increase 3.6
32  Tennessee Increase 3.6
33  Maryland Increase 3.6
34  Pennsylvania Increase 3.6
35  Oregon Increase 3.5
36  South Dakota Increase 3.5
37  Mississippi Increase 3.4
38  North Carolina Increase 3.4
39  West Virginia Increase 3.4
40  New Jersey Increase 3.4
41  Vermont Increase 3.4
42  Maine Increase 3.4
43  Wyoming Increase 3.3
44  South Carolina Increase 3.2
45  Hawaii Increase 3.1
46  New York Increase 3.1
47  Connecticut Increase 3.1
48  Idaho Increase 3.0
49  Wisconsin Increase 2.8
50  Rhode Island Increase 2.8
51  New Mexico Increase 2.7
52  Delaware Increase 2.5
53  Guam Increase 0.2
54  U.S. Virgin Islands Decrease 1.7
55  Puerto Rico Decrease 2.4
56  American Samoa Decrease 5.3

Source for the territories: BEA.gov,[3][4][5][6] and the CIA World Factbook for Puerto Rico.[7]

2017 list[edit]

List of U.S. states and federal district by economic growth in 2017[8]
2017
Rank
State
or federal district
2017
GDP
Percent
change
 United States Increase 2.1
1  Washington Increase 4.4
2  Colorado Increase 3.6
3  Nevada Increase 3.5
4  Arizona Increase 3.2
5  Utah Increase 3.1
6  California Increase 3.0
7  Georgia Increase 2.7
 Idaho Increase 2.7
9  Massachusetts Increase 2.6
 Texas Increase 2.6
 West Virginia Increase 2.6
12  Oregon Increase 2.5
 Tennessee Increase 2.5
14  Michigan Increase 2.3
 North Carolina Increase 2.3
 South Carolina Increase 2.3
17  Florida Increase 2.2
18  Indiana Increase 2.1
19  Virginia Increase 2.0
 Wyoming Increase 2.0
21  Minnesota Increase 1.9
 New Hampshire Increase 1.9
 Ohio Increase 1.9
24  Kentucky Increase 1.8
 Pennsylvania Increase 1.8
 District of Columbia Increase 1.7
26  Hawaii Increase 1.7
 Wisconsin Increase 1.7
28  Delaware Increase 1.6
 Rhode Island Increase 1.6
30  Maryland Increase 1.5
31  Maine Increase 1.4
32  Alabama Increase 1.2
 Illinois Increase 1.2
34  Arkansas Increase 1.1
 Missouri Increase 1.1
 New York Increase 1.1
 Vermont Increase 1.1
38   North Dakota Increase 1.0
39  New Jersey Increase 0.9
40  New Mexico Increase 0.8
41  Montana Increase 0.6
 Nebraska Increase 0.6
43  Iowa Increase 0.5
 Oklahoma Increase 0.5
45  Mississippi Increase 0.3
 South Dakota Increase 0.3
47  Alaska Increase 0.2
48  Kansas Decrease 0.1
49  Connecticut Decrease 0.2
 Louisiana Decrease 0.2

2013 list[edit]

Map of the states and the District of Columbia with percent change in economic growth in 2013.
List of U.S. states and federal district by economic growth in 2010–13
2013
Rank
State
or federal district
2013
GDP
Percent
change[9]
2010–13
GDP
Percent
change
2010–13
Pop.
Percent
change[10]
2010–13
Per Capita
GDP
percent
change
 United States Increase 1.8 Increase 2.0 Increase 0.8 Increase 1.2
1   North Dakota Increase 9.7 Increase 11.7 Increase 2.4 Increase 9.3
2  Wyoming Increase 7.6 Increase 1.2 Increase 1.1 Increase 0.1
3  West Virginia Increase 5.1 Increase 2.3 Steady Increase 2.3
4  Oklahoma Increase 4.2 Increase 2.8 Increase 0.8 Increase 2.0
5  Idaho Increase 4.1 Increase 1.4 Increase 0.9 Increase 0.5
6  Utah Increase 3.8 Increase 2.5 Increase 1.5 Increase 1.0
7  Colorado Increase 3.8 Increase 3.5 Increase 1.5 Increase 2.0
8  Texas Increase 3.7 Increase 4.5 Increase 1.6 Increase 2.9
9  Nebraska Increase 3.1 Increase 2.8 Increase 1.2 Increase 1.6
10  South Dakota Increase 3.0 Increase 3.1 Increase 0.7 Increase 2.4
11  Montana Increase 3.0 Increase 2.8 Increase 0.8 Increase 2.0
12  Iowa Increase 2.9 Increase 2.5 Increase 0.5 Increase 2.0
13  Minnesota Increase 2.8 Increase 2.8 Increase 0.7 Increase 2.1
14  Washington Increase 2.7 Increase 4.1 Increase 0.8 Increase 3.3
15  Oregon Increase 2.7 Increase 2.2 Increase 1.3 Increase 0.9
16  Arkansas Increase 2.4 Increase 2.3 Increase 0.4 Increase 1.9
17  North Carolina Increase 2.3 Increase 1.8 Increase 1.0 Increase 0.8
18  Florida Increase 2.2 Increase 1.0 Increase 1.3 Decrease 0.3
19  Indiana Increase 2.1 Increase 3.0 Increase 0.4 Increase 2.6
20  California Increase 2.0 Increase 1.8 Increase 1.0 Increase 0.8
21  Michigan Increase 2.0 Increase 2.8 Increase 0.1 Increase 2.7
22  Vermont Increase 1.9 Increase 2.4 Increase 0.1 Increase 2.3
23  Kansas Increase 1.9 Increase 2.3 Increase 0.4 Increase 1.9
24  Hawaii Increase 1.9 Increase 1.9 Increase 1.1 Increase 0.8
25  Georgia Increase 1.8 Increase 1.2 Increase 1.0 Increase 0.2
26  Ohio Increase 1.8 Increase 2.5 Increase 0.1 Increase 2.4
27  Wisconsin Increase 1.7 Increase 1.8 Increase 0.3 Increase 1.5
28  Massachusetts Increase 1.6 Increase 2.4 Increase 0.7 Increase 1.7
29  Mississippi Increase 1.6 Increase 1.3 Increase 0.2 Increase 1.1
30  Kentucky Increase 1.6 Increase 2.3 Increase 0.4 Increase 1.9
31  Delaware Increase 1.6 Increase 0.9 Increase 0.9 Steady
32  New Mexico Increase 1.5 Increase 0.9 Increase 0.4 Increase 0.5
33  Rhode Island Increase 1.4 Increase 1.3 Steady Increase 1.3
34  Louisiana Increase 1.3 Increase 1.5 Increase 0.6 Increase 0.9
35  South Carolina Increase 1.2 Increase 1.9 Increase 1.0 Increase 0.9
36  Arizona Increase 1.1 Increase 1.9 Increase 1.1 Increase 0.8
37  New Jersey Increase 1.1 Increase 1.0 Increase 0.4 Increase 0.6
38  Nevada Increase 1.0 Increase 0.8 Increase 1.1 Decrease 0.3
39  Connecticut Increase 0.9 Increase 0.4 Increase 0.2 Increase 0.2
40  New Hampshire Increase 0.9 Increase 1.5 Increase 0.2 Increase 1.3
41  Maine Increase 0.9 Increase 0.4 Steady Increase 0.4
42  Illinois Increase 0.9 Increase 1.3 Increase 0.1 Increase 1.2
43  Tennessee Increase 0.8 Increase 1.7 Increase 0.3 Increase 1.4
44  Missouri Increase 0.8 Increase 2.2 Increase 0.7 Increase 1.5
45  Alabama Increase 0.8 Increase 0.8 Increase 0.3 Increase 0.5
46  New York Increase 0.7 Increase 1.6 Increase 0.5 Increase 1.1
47  Pennsylvania Increase 0.7 Increase 1.4 Increase 0.2 Increase 1.2
48  Virginia Increase 0.1 Increase 1.3 Increase 1.0 Increase 0.3
49  Maryland Steady Increase 1.4 Increase 0.9 Increase 0.5
50  Alaska Decrease 2.5 Increase 0.8 Increase 1.1 Decrease 0.3

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The most recent data for the U.S. territories is from 2017.
  2. ^ 2017 data is the most recently available data for the territories.
  3. ^ 2017 for the U.S. territories

References[edit]

  1. ^ BEA official website. News Release: GDP by state and federal district. https://www.bea.gov/newsreleases/regional/gdp_state/gsp_newsrelease.htm
  2. ^ "Percent Change in Real GDP by State".
  3. ^ https://www.bea.gov/news/2018/american-samoa-gdp-decreases-2017 BEA.gov. American Samoa GDP Decreases in 2017. Retrieved July 3, 2019.
  4. ^ https://www.bea.gov/news/2018/guam-gdp-increases-2017 BEA.gov. Guam GDP Increases in 2017. Retrieved July 3, 2019.
  5. ^ https://www.bea.gov/news/blog/2018-10-17/northern-mariana-islands-gdp-increases-2017 BEA.gov. Northern Mariana Islands’ GDP increases in 2017. Retrieved July 3, 2019.
  6. ^ https://www.bea.gov/news/2018/us-virgin-islands-gdp-decreases-2017 BEA.gov. U.S. Virgin Islands GDP Decreases in 2017. Retrieved July 3, 2019.
  7. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/rq.html CIA World Factbook — Puerto Rico. Retrieved July 3, 2019.
  8. ^ "Gross Domestic Product by State and Federal district: First Quarter 2018" (PDF).
  9. ^ BEA official report
  10. ^ "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2014". 2014 Population Estimates. United States Census Bureau, Population Division. December 23, 2014. Retrieved December 23, 2014.

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