Table 13.—Gross Output by Industry, 1992-96

Line Billions of current dollars Chain-type quantity indexes (1992=100)
1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996
1 Gross domestic product
2 Private industries
3 Agriculture, forestry, and fishing 224.5 224.9 242.1 240.9 266.1 100.00 97.61 105.70 104.26 104.35
4 Farms 187.7 186.5 202.9 197.9 219.9 100.00 97.16 106.26 102.31 102.86
5 Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing 36.8 38.4 39.2 43.0 46.1 100.00 99.67 103.73 114.11 115.60
6 Mining 160.0 160.2 157.5 156.6 183.5 100.00 100.72 103.03 102.06 102.12
7 Metal mining 11.4 10.6 12.0 13.2 12.3 100.00 98.83 101.60 99.85 100.15
8 Coal mining 28.9 26.0 27.8 26.8 26.9 100.00 94.92 103.91 103.23 105.87
9 Oil and gas extraction 105.5 109.4 102.0 100.3 127.2 100.00 102.35 102.18 100.64 99.59
10 Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 14.1 14.2 15.6 16.4 17.1 100.00 101.57 108.81 111.86 115.59
11 Construction 432.1 457.4 493.1 513.8 554.6 100.00 102.51 106.75 106.90 112.77
12 Manufacturing 2,961.2 3,096.6 3,313.3 3,550.0 3,699.8 100.00 103.52 109.40 114.57 119.69
13 Durable goods 1,510.3 1,613.6 1,770.3 1,899.2 1,991.6 100.00 105.66 114.44 122.63 131.79
14 Lumber and wood products 84.3 97.4 106.6 108.6 107.9 100.00 99.74 104.91 107.28 107.64
15 Furniture and fixtures 43.2 46.2 49.7 53.0 57.5 100.00 104.89 109.10 113.09 119.98
16 Stone, clay, and glass products 61.5 64.4 70.0 75.2 82.0 100.00 102.43 107.39 110.81 119.04
17 Primary metal industries 138.0 142.8 161.1 179.7 173.5 100.00 104.88 111.38 112.46 113.29
18 Fabricated metal products 164.9 172.7 188.8 202.9 212.4 100.00 103.97 111.73 115.75 119.76
19 Industrial machinery and equipment 251.2 272.2 305.8 345.3 369.8 100.00 110.56 125.68 145.96 164.70
20 Electronic and other electric equipment 210.2 228.6 261.9 294.9 316.0 100.00 110.56 130.22 160.78 189.89
21 Motor vehicles and equipment 235.6 265.0 312.5 323.5 331.7 100.00 109.72 126.28 129.22 131.65
22 Other transportation equipment 149.1 146.2 132.9 129.1 143.1 100.00 96.40 86.12 81.54 88.94
23 Instruments and related products 131.0 133.8 134.4 136.9 143.3 100.00 100.72 100.17 101.18 105.29
24 Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 41.3 44.3 46.6 50.2 54.5 100.00 105.35 108.90 112.70 122.70
25 Nondurable goods 1,450.9 1,483.0 1,543.0 1,650.8 1,708.3 100.00 101.30 104.14 106.21 107.36
26 Food and kindred products 398.3 412.8 420.6 438.1 460.0 100.00 101.86 102.60 105.80 106.08
27 Tobacco products 39.9 33.6 35.3 38.3 39.7 100.00 86.23 100.74 106.24 108.29
28 Textile mill products 70.5 74.0 77.7 79.2 77.9 100.00 105.19 110.08 108.80 105.77
29 Apparel and other textile products 70.9 73.0 76.1 76.8 75.1 100.00 102.00 105.91 106.25 102.28
30 Paper and allied products 131.9 132.2 141.9 171.6 160.5 100.00 101.61 105.67 105.85 105.65
31 Printing and publishing 170.0 176.0 180.7 192.2 203.8 100.00 100.28 100.33 101.13 103.43
32 Chemicals and allied products 299.5 307.1 325.8 353.0 363.2 100.00 100.27 103.01 106.34 109.08
33 Petroleum and coal products 148.1 143.3 142.1 149.3 177.0 100.00 100.24 102.59 104.19 109.95
34 Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products 112.2 121.2 133.5 143.6 142.1 100.00 106.92 116.24 118.96 118.12
35 Leather and leather products 9.5 9.9 9.4 8.7 8.8 100.00 102.22 94.96 84.87 86.80
36 Transportation and public utilities
37 Transportation
38 Railroad transportation 33.0 33.6 35.8 37.5 39.5 100.00 103.74 111.85 121.14 132.00
39 Local and interurban passenger transit 15.9 16.7 17.4 18.3 19.4 100.00 104.20 107.11 111.48 111.04
40 Trucking and warehousing 167.9 178.3 196.0 205.8 217.8 100.00 105.64 111.41 113.02 114.91
41 Water transportation
42 Transportation by air 92.7 100.2 104.6 111.8 116.5 100.00 103.84 112.06 113.10 115.72
43 Pipelines, except natural gas 8.4 8.2 8.6 9.0 9.5 100.00 100.97 103.12 101.04 102.88
44 Transportation services
45 Communications 247.6 263.3 277.0 294.6 318.9 100.00 105.00 109.75 115.65 122.93
46 Telephone and telegraph 188.5 196.8 207.4 218.9 236.2 100.00 104.37 109.92 115.94 124.93
47 Radio and television 59.1 66.5 69.5 75.6 82.7 100.00 106.96 109.27 114.80 117.09
48 Electric, gas, and sanitary services 264.9 274.5 269.1 270.0 279.1 100.00 100.95 99.68 100.23 100.93
49 Wholesale trade 585.8 625.2 680.1 735.5 781.1 100.00 104.81 111.07 117.52 124.82
50 Retail trade 864.8 916.1 977.9 1,014.7 1,059.4 100.00 104.31 109.59 112.43 115.88
51 Finance, insurance, and real estate
52 Depository institutions
53 Nondepository institutions
54 Security and commodity brokers 96.1 118.0 128.0 151.2 187.2 100.00 123.79 136.26 157.48 193.93
55 Insurance carriers 164.5 191.2 202.6 212.1 231.0 100.00 105.48 108.98 111.93 118.33
56 Insurance agents, brokers, and service 59.6 63.0 69.1 69.1 72.7 100.00 101.77 108.11 104.66 106.99
57 Real estate
58 Nonfarm housing services 615.2 639.7 677.6 713.2 748.1 100.00 101.23 104.28 106.46 108.39
59 Other real estate
60 Holding and other investment offices
61 Services
62 Hotels and other lodging places 85.5 90.6 97.8 104.4 110.9 100.00 102.63 108.49 112.07 114.86
63 Personal services 73.5 77.2 81.6 87.0 89.4 100.00 101.86 104.36 108.61 108.52
64 Business services
65 Auto repair, services, and parking 93.9 100.6 109.5 117.8 123.4 100.00 102.88 108.10 113.14 115.36
66 Miscellaneous repair services 39.9 40.8 44.3 48.2 49.7 100.00 96.99 103.37 110.57 109.27
67 Motion pictures 49.2 54.1 58.5 62.6 65.3 100.00 108.35 112.49 116.24 115.78
68 Amusement and recreation services 75.5 83.4 89.9 101.0 111.4 100.00 107.06 111.48 120.62 128.41
69 Health services 580.8 614.3 645.8 687.9 720.3 100.00 101.18 102.36 105.28 107.81
70 Legal services 118.7 122.3 124.5 125.2 133.5 100.00 98.78 97.33 94.68 97.47
71 Educational services 84.7 89.3 95.1 100.3 106.2 100.00 102.85 106.30 108.14 111.65
72 Social services
73 Membership organizations
74 Other services
75 Private households
76 Statistical discrepancy/1/
77 Government
78 Federal
79 General government
80 Government enterprises
81 State and local
82 General government
83 Government enterprises

1. Equals GDP measured as the sum of expenditures less gross domestic income.

NOTE.—Estimates are shown only for industries for which the double-deflation method is used to estimate real GPO. (See footnote 14 in the text.)