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Released this week by the Bureau of Economic Analysis

2007 Gross Product
CA $1.812 Trillion
TX $1.140 Trillion
NY $1.103 Trillion
FL $734 Billion
IL $609 Billion
PA $531 Billion
OH $466 Billion
NJ $456 Billion
NC $399 Billion
GA $396 Billion
VA $382 Billion
MI $381 Billion
MA $351 Billion
WA $311 Billion
MD $268 Billion
MN $254 Billion
AZ $247 Billion
IN $246 Billion
TN $243 Billion
CO $236 Billion
WI $232 Billion
MO $229 Billion
CT $216 Billion
LA $216 Billion
AL $165 Billion
OR $158 Billion
KY $154 Billion
SC $152 Billion
OK $139 Billion
IA $129 Billion
NV $127 Billion
KS $117 Billion
UT $105 Billion
AR $95 Billion
MS $88 Billion
NE $80 Billion
NM $76 Billion
HI $61 Billion
DE $60 Billion
NH $57 Billion
WV $57 Billion
ID $51 Billion
ME $48 Billion
RI $46 Billion
AK $44 Billion
MT $34 Billion
SD $33 Billion
WY $31 Billion
ND $27 Billion
VT $24 Billion

Regions
Northeast $3.226 Trillion
Midwest $2.808 Trillion
South $4.367 Trillion
West $3.301 Trillion

Total US GDP, 2007 $13.7 Trillion

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California, my home state, after about 5 years of solid growth ranking among the best performing states, expanded a dismal 1.5% in 2007, and limped passed the 1.8 trillion dollar mark. Maybe we can still salvage the rest of 2008.
 

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It's interesting how the popuilation of Alabama is supposedly "higher" than Louisiana yet the GDP of Louisiana is $51 Billion higher than Alabama?!?
 

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Per Capita GDP
DE $69,444
AK $64,421
CT $61,679
WY $59,386
NY $57,159
MA $54,427
NJ $52,504
LA $50,314
CA $49,571
VA $49,533
NV $49,512
MN $48,874
CO $48,549
WA $48,082
MD $47,703
HI $47,544
IL $47,385
TX $47,690
NE $45,095
US $44,773
NC $44,034
RI $43,519
NH $43,346
IA $43,172
ND $42,253
PA $42,172
OR $42,167
KS $42,162
GA $41,492
SD $41,457
WI $41,421
OH $40,641
FL $40,216
UT $39,697
TN $39,473
AZ $38,971
MO $38,958
IN $38,770
VT $38,647
NM $38,598
OK $38,429
MI $37,831
ME $34,446
KY $36,312
AL $35,660
MT $35,527
SC $34,490
ID $34,022
AR $33,521
WV $31,456
MS $30,157
 

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Wow, that's interesting. Rhode Island is quite low, as a contrast to us.

Louisiana is kind of surprising too.
Louisiana is due to all the new development as a result of Katrina, as well as the huge number of yuppies moving there.
 

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We Hoosiers do well for ourselves...for some hillbillies.
 
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