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U.S. Gross Domestic Product By State, 1963-2015
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Introduction & Summary

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the most comprehensive measure of the output (product) from all industries within a state. Like its widely followed national-level GDP counterpart, GSP represents a market valuation of the goods and services—both private and public—produced within a state economy.
Think of GDP as calibrating the “producing power” of a state by the place-of-work of those workers employed within that state, although they may reside elsewhere. State Personal Income, by contrast, is representative the “purchasing power” of those that reside within a state, although they may work elsewhere.
For a more detailed and technical explanation of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by State compiled by the Regional Product Branch of Bureau of Economic Analysis please refer to the July 2013 Survey of Current Business article (pp. 115-120).

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