Gross Domestic Product by State and Metropolitan Area - Supplementary Information

Gross Domestic Product by State - Quarterly Statistics

Last updated: July 27, 2016 -- new statistics for first quarter of 2016. The next quarterly GDP by state release is scheduled for December 7, 2016.

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The estimates are based on state earnings by industry estimates from BEA's state personal income accounts released June 22, 2016, and on quarterly GDP by industry released July 21, 2016.

Note: NAICS industry detail is based on the 2007 NAICS.

Gross Domestic Product by State - Annual Statistics

Last updated: June 14, 2016 -- revised statistics for 2008-2014 (estimates in current dollars), 1997-2014 (estimates in chained [2009] dollars); new advance statistics for 2015. The next press release for annual GDP by state is scheduled for December 7, 2016.

Revisions to the BEA's statistics of GDP by state for 1997-2014 and newly available advance statistics by NAICS industry sector for 2015 were completed and released on June 14, 2016 (For more information, see Data Availability). There is also the news release and the Survey of Current Business article. For more information about GDP by state methodology is available.

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Cautionary note:
There is a discontinuity in the GDP-by-state time series at 1997, where the data change from SIC industry definitions to NAICS industry definitions. This discontinuity results from many sources. The NAICS-based statistics of GDP by state are consistent with U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) while the SIC-based statistics of GDP by state are consistent with U.S. gross domestic income (GDI). With the comprehensive revision of June 2014, the NAICS-based statistics of GDP by state incorporated significant improvements to more accurately portray the state economies. Two such improvements were recognizing research and development expenditures as capital and the capitalization of entertainment, literary, and other artistic originals. These improvements have not been incorporated in the SIC-based statistics. In addition, there are differences in source data and different estimation methodologies. This data discontinuity may affect both the levels and the growth rates of GDP by state. Users of GDP by state are strongly cautioned against appending the two data series in an attempt to construct a single time series for 1963 to 2015.

Industry detail note:
NAICS industry detail is based on the 2007 NAICS. SIC industry detail for 1987-1997 is based on the 1987 SIC. SIC industry detail for 1963-1986 is based on the 1972 SIC.

Gross Domestic Product by Metropolitan Area

Last updated: September 20, 2016. The next annual GDP by metropolitan area press release is planned for September 2017.

On September 20, 2016, the BEA released advance estimates of GDP by metropolitan area for 2015 and revised estimates for 2001-2014. This release provided both current-dollar and real (chained-dollar) GDP estimates for 382 metropolitan areas as defined by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in July 2015, plus the U.S. metropolitan portion total.

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The estimates are based on county earnings by industry estimates from BEA's local area personal income accounts released November 19, 2015, GDP-by-state estimates released June 14, 2016, and wage data from BLS's Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages through the fourth quarter of 2015.

Note: NAICS industry detail is based on the 2007 NAICS. A Metropolitan Statistical Area component county list is available.

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