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Real Personal Income, Annual:
Real Personal Income by Nonmetropolitan Portion

   
    2008    
 
 
    2018
Millions of Chained 2012 Dollars
Name 2018 Preceding
Period
Year Ago
from Period
Alabama
48,988.4 47,677.3 47,677.3
Alaska
12,746.2 12,676.7 12,676.7
Arizona
13,643.5 12,853.1 12,853.1
Arkansas
44,466.2 42,583.8 42,583.8
California
39,181.7 37,440.1 37,440.1
Colorado
37,138.4 35,067.1 35,067.1
Connecticut
10,733.2 10,185.9 10,185.9
Delaware
0 0 0
District of Columbia
0 0 0
Florida
26,728.3 25,707.5 25,707.5
Georgia
70,161.8 67,353.2 67,353.2
Hawaii
11,059.6 10,645.7 10,645.7
Idaho
20,107.0 19,060.3 19,060.3
Illinois
68,819.6 65,587.6 65,587.6
Indiana
67,493.7 65,384.1 65,384.1
Iowa
64,295.4 60,581.0 60,581.0
Kansas
42,933.1 41,215.5 41,215.5
Kentucky
71,413.1 69,963.5 69,963.5
Louisiana
31,856.3 30,995.2 30,995.2
Maine
22,877.4 22,348.1 22,348.1
Maryland
8,563.5 8,233.0 8,233.0
Massachusetts
2,601.0 2,717.5 2,717.5
Michigan
79,175.9 75,826.2 75,826.2
Minnesota
63,486.2 60,648.4 60,648.4
Mississippi
62,222.2 61,681.8 61,681.8
Missouri
61,707.5 60,711.9 60,711.9
Montana
31,794.7 30,381.2 30,381.2
Nebraska
35,331.1 34,026.9 34,026.9
Nevada
13,348.6 12,588.6 12,588.6
New Hampshire
26,025.2 25,071.2 25,071.2
New Jersey
0 0 0
New Mexico
29,235.3 27,399.3 27,399.3
New York
57,139.2 56,496.5 56,496.5
North Carolina
82,227.2 80,444.1 80,444.1
North Dakota
21,991.5 21,012.1 21,012.1
Ohio
105,988.3 102,851.6 102,851.6
Oklahoma
56,441.9 53,995.9 53,995.9
Oregon
27,718.9 26,655.3 26,655.3
Pennsylvania
63,258.5 61,129.5 61,129.5
Rhode Island
0 0 0
South Carolina
29,245.8 29,231.4 29,231.4
South Dakota
23,575.4 22,178.1 22,178.1
Tennessee
59,387.6 57,799.9 57,799.9
Texas
135,681.4 129,245.9 129,245.9
Utah
16,216.8 15,117.0 15,117.0
Vermont
19,501.4 19,190.4 19,190.4
Virginia
44,457.8 42,895.5 42,895.5
Washington
33,409.2 32,353.1 32,353.1
West Virginia
26,073.4 24,983.6 24,983.6
Wisconsin
71,751.3 68,941.5 68,941.5
Wyoming
24,457.4 23,046.4 23,046.4
   

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