NJ Stats: Gross Domestic Product by State in Current Dollars for 2012

Rank State GDP in Millions
of Dollars
Percent of
U.S. GDP
1 California $2,003,479 12.9
2 Texas $1,397,369 9.0
3 New York $1,205,930 7.8
4 Florida $777,164 5.0
5 Illinois $695,238 4.5
6 Pennsylvania $600,897 3.9
7 Ohio $509,393 3.3
8 New Jersey $508,003 3.3
9 North Carolina $455,973 2.9
10 Virginia $445,876 2.9
11 Georgia $433,569 2.8
12 Massachusetts $403,823 2.6
13 Michigan $400,504 2.6
14 Washington $375,730 2.4
15 Maryland $317,678 2.0
16 Indiana $298,625 1.9
17 Minnesota $294,729 1.9
18 Tennessee $277,036 1.8
19 Colorado $274,048 1.8
20 Arizona $266,891 1.7
21 Wisconsin $261,548 1.7
22 Missouri $258,832 1.7
23 Louisiana $243,264 1.6
24 Connecticut $229,317 1.5
25 Oregon $198,702 1.3
26 Alabama $183,547 1.2
27 South Carolina $176,217 1.1
28 Kentucky $173,466 1.1
29 Oklahoma $160,953 1.0
30 Iowa $152,436 1.0
31 Kansas $138,953 0.9
32 Nevada $133,584 0.9
33 Utah $130,486 0.8
34 Arkansas $109,557 0.7
35 Mississippi $101,490 0.7
36 Nebraska $99,557 0.6
37 New Mexico $80,600 0.5
38 Hawaii $72,424 0.5
39 West Virginia $69,380 0.5
40 Delaware $65,984 0.4
41 New Hampshire $64,697 0.4
42 Idaho $58,243 0.4
43 Maine $53,656 0.3
44 Alaska $51,859 0.3
45 Rhode Island $50,956 0.3
46 North Dakota $46,016 0.3
47 South Dakota $42,464 0.3
48 Montana $40,422 0.3
49 Wyoming $38,422 0.3
50 Vermont $27,296 0.2


The 50 State Average is
$309,125,660,000

New Jersey is 65% higher than the Average

Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis. “GDP by state (current dollars).” June 2013. Accessed March 2014. http://www.bea.gov/regional/