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It's like gross domestic product applied to individual cities. It' a good measure of the econmonic strngth of a city. MSAs ranked by GMP 2004.

The smaller cities gain an edge when it done on a per capita basis (the last numbeer).

Rank, MSA, GMP-Billions, GMP per Capita

1 New York 901.3 $48,172
2 Los Angeles-Long Beach 581.3 $44,957
3 Chicago 392.6 $41,810
4 Washington 276.2 $53,735
5 Dallas-Fort Worth 256.4 $44,982
6 Philadelphia 253.4 $43,690
7 Boston 233.7 $52,873
8 Houston 214.7 $41,448
9 San Francisco-Oakland 204.9 $49,373
10 Atlanta 198.1 $42,059
11 Miami-Fort Lauderdale 184.2 $34,366
12 Detroit 176.0 $39,198
13 Seattle-Tacoma 155.0 $48,896
14 Minneapolis-St. Paul 145.8 $46,731
15 Phoenix 140.8 $37,849
16 San Diego 136.1 $46,451
17 Riverside-San Bernardino 122.7 $32,375
18 Baltimore 112.4 $42,576
19 Denver 108.5 $46,567
20 St. Louis 102.0 $36,957
21 Tampa-St. Petersburg 100.3 $38,726
22 Pittsburgh 92.6 $38,551
23 San Jose 90.8 $52,154
24 Sacramento 86.0 $42,638
25 Cleveland 83.6 $39,120
26 Cincinnati 78.2 $37,998
27 Portland (OR) 77.5 $37,548
28 Virginia Beach-Norfolk 74.1 $45,073
29 Kansas City 73.9 $38,390
30 Orlando 72.6 $38,990
31 Hartford 70.5 $59,494
32 Las Vegas 70.2 $42,520
33 Columbus (OH) 69.1 $40,791
34 San Antonio 69.1 $37,271
35 Charlotte 68.3 $46,305
 
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