Gross Domestic Product by State

Gross Domestic Product by State:
revised SIC estimates for 1963-1997

A press release that summarizes the current data and methodology for GDP by state are available.

GDP-by-state data files selected for downloading from the GDP-by-state Interactive Table web page are either in comma-quote-delimited format, or large data files in a compressed format that must be expanded once downloaded.

Special Codes:

The following special codes appear in the data files in place of data values. The special codes are formatted as quote-delimited text.

(D) Not shown in order to avoid the disclosure of confidential information; estimates are included in higher level totals.
(L) Less than $500,000
(N/A) Not available

Additional Information:

Industry detail for the years 1987-97 is based on the 1977 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC). Industry detail for the years 1963-86 is based on the 1972 SIC.

Current-dollar GDP by state is presented in millions of dollars.

Real GDP by state is presented in millions of chained (1997) dollars.

Chained (1997) dollar series are calculated as the product of the chain-type quantity index and the 1997 current-dollar value of the corresponding series, divided by 100. Because the formula for the chain-type quantity indexes uses weights of more than one period, the corresponding chained-dollar estimates are usually not additive.

The entire series of quantity indexes can be found on the GDP-by-state Interactive Table page.

Data Availability:

The following estimates are available on the BEA website:

  • Advance gross domestic product by state in current and chained (2005) dollars and quantity indexes for 24 NAICS-based sectors for 2012,
  • Gross domestic product by state in current and chained (2005) dollars, compensation of employees, taxes on production and imports (TOPI), subsidies, gross operating surplus (GOS), and quantity indexes for 81 NAICS-based subsectors for 1997-2011,
  • Gross domestic product by state in current dollars, compensation of employees, taxes on production and imports (TOPI), subsidies, gross operating surplus (GOS) for 75 SIC-based industries for 1963-1997, and
  • Gross domestic product by state in chained (1997) dollars for 75 SIC-based industries for 1987-1997, and
  • Gross domestic product by state quantity indexes for 75 SIC-based industries for 1977-1997.

The next release date is the summer of 2014.

Industries for which Gross Domestic Product by state estimates are available

                                                                      1987 SIC
                                                                        code
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Agriculture, forestry, and fishing ...................................       A
  Farms ..............................................................   01-02
  Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing .......................   07-09

Mining ...............................................................       B
  Metal mining .......................................................      10
  Coal mining ........................................................      12
  Oil and gas extraction .............................................      13
  Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels .................................      14

Construction .........................................................       C

Manufacturing ........................................................       D

  Durable goods ......................................................      ..
    Lumber and wood products .........................................      24
    Furniture and fixtures ...........................................      25
    Stone, clay, and glass products ..................................      32
    Primary metal industries .........................................      33
    Fabricated metal products ........................................      34
    Industrial machinery and equipment ...............................      35
    Electronic and other electric equipment /1/.......................      36
    Motor vehicles and equipment .....................................     371
    Other transportation equipment ...................................  372-79
    Instruments and related products /1/..............................      38
    Miscellaneous manufacturing industries ...........................      39

  Nondurable goods ...................................................      ..
    Food and kindred products ........................................      20
    Tobacco products .................................................      21
    Textile mill products ............................................      22
    Apparel and other textile products ...............................      23
    Paper and allied products ........................................      26
    Printing and publishing ..........................................      27
    Chemicals and allied products ....................................      28
    Petroleum and coal products ......................................      29
    Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products .......................      30
    Leather and leather products .....................................      31

Transportation and public utilities ..................................       E
  Railroad transportation ............................................      40
  Local and interurban passenger transit .............................      41
  Trucking and warehousing ...........................................      42
  Water transportation ...............................................      44
  Transportation by air ..............................................      45
  Pipelines, except natural gas ......................................      46
  Transportation services ............................................      47
  Communications .....................................................      48
  Electric, gas, and sanitary services ...............................      49

Wholesale trade ......................................................       F

Retail trade .........................................................       G

Finance, insurance, and real estate ..................................       H
  Depository institutions /2/.........................................      60
  Nondepository institutions /2/......................................      61
  Security and commodity brokers .....................................      62
  Insurance carriers .................................................      63
  Insurance agents, brokers, and service .............................      64
  Real estate ........................................................      65
  Holding and other investment offices ...............................      67

Services .............................................................       I
  Hotels and other lodging places ....................................      70
  Personal services ..................................................      72
  Business services /3/...............................................      73
  Auto repair, services, and parking .................................      75
  Miscellaneous repair services ......................................      76
  Motion pictures ....................................................      78
  Amusement and recreation services ..................................      79
  Health services ....................................................      80
  Legal services .....................................................      81
  Educational services ...............................................      82
  Social services ....................................................      83
  Membership organizations ...........................................      86
  Other services /3/..................................................84,87,89
  Private households .................................................      88

Government ...........................................................       J
  Federal civilian ...................................................   91-96
  Federal military ...................................................      97
  State and local ....................................................   91-96

Addenda:
  Electronic equipment and instruments  /4/
  Depository and nondepository institutions /5/
  Business, miscellaneous professional, and other services /6/

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  1. Estimates for 1963-86 are for the 1972 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) industries electric and electronic equipment and instruments and related products.
  2. Estimates for 1963-86 are for the 1972 SIC industries banking and credit agencies other than banks.
  3. Estimates for 1963-86 are for the 1972 SIC industries business services and miscellaneous professional services.
  4. The combination of 1987 SIC industries electronic and other electric equipment and instruments and related products is the equivalent of 1972 SIC industries electric and electronic equipment and instruments and related products.
  5. The combination of 1987 SIC industries depository institutions and nondepository institutions is the equivalent of 1972 SIC industries banking and credit agencies other than banks.
  6. The combination of 1987 SIC industries business services and other services is the equivalent of 1972 SIC industries business services and miscellaneous professional services.
  • SIC Standard Industrial Classification
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                        BEA MULTISTATE REGIONS
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The following is a list of the BEA Regions, and the States contained in each:


NEW ENGLAND
 Connecticut
 Maine
 Massachusetts
 New Hampshire
 Rhode Island
 Vermont

MIDEAST
 Delaware
 District of Columbia
 Maryland
 New Jersey
 New York
 Pennsylvania

GREAT LAKES
 Illinois
 Indiana
 Michigan
 Ohio
 Wisconsin

PLAINS
 Iowa
 Kansas
 Minnesota
 Missouri
 Nebraska
 North Dakota
 South Dakota

SOUTHEAST
 Alabama
 Arkansas
 Florida
 Georgia
 Kentucky
 Louisiana
 Mississippi
 North Carolina
 South Carolina
 Tennessee
 Virginia
 West Virginia

SOUTHWEST
 Arizona
 New Mexico
 Oklahoma
 Texas

ROCKY MOUNTAIN
 Colorado
 Idaho
 Montana
 Utah
 Wyoming

FAR WEST
 Alaska
 California
 Hawaii
 Nevada
 Oregon
 Washington

For further information about these data files, or about GDP by state in general, contact:

 
GDP by State and Industry Branch
Regional Product Division
Bureau of Economic Analysis (BE-61)
U.S. Department of Commerce
Washington, D.C. 20230
 
Voice: (202) 606-5340
Fax: (202) 606-5321
 
e-mail: gdpbystate@bea.gov  

References:

Beemiller, Richard M. and George K. Downey.
"Gross State Product by Industry, 1992–99," Survey of Current Business August 2001.
Beemiller, Richard M. and Clifford H. Woodruff III.
"Gross State Product by Industry, 1977–98," Survey of Current Business 80 (October 2000): 69–90.