The next release date is November 18, 2010.
Revisions to the BEA’s estimates of GDP by state for 2005-2007 and newly available advance estimates
by NAICS industry sector for 2008 were completed and released on
June 2, 2009 (For more information, see
All of the GDP-by-state estimates are retrievable from this page. There is also the
news release and
the Survey of Current Business article.
For more information about GDP by state, help is available.
To retrieve and display the desired estimates, please follow steps 1 through 6 to specify one or more GDP-by-state components, states or regions, industries, and years
in the appropriate list boxes. Then, specify the format in which the estimates will be displayed on your screen.
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, including differences in source data and different estimation methodologies.
In addition, the NAICS-based GDP-by-state estimates are consistent with U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) while the SIC-based GDP-by-state estimates are
consistent with U.S. gross domestic income (GDI). This data discontinuity may affect both the levels and the growth rates of the GDP-by-state estimates.
Users of the GDP-by-state estimates are strongly cautioned against appending the two data series in an attempt to construct a single time series of
GDP-by-state estimates for 1963 to 2008.
Industry detail note:
NAICS industry detail is based on the 1997 NAICS. SIC industry detail 1987-1997 is based on the 1987 SIC. SIC industry detail 1963 to 1986 is based on the 1972 SIC.
You can make multiple selections in the list boxes by clicking on selections while holding down the SHIFT key (if your selections are contiguous) or the CONTROL key (if they are scattered).
In Step 6 press Display to display the data in an HTML-formatted table (best for viewing on the screen or for printing)
Press Download to download a comma-separated-value ("CSV") file (best for importing into a spreadsheet or database application).
The more data you select, the longer it will take to retrieve and display the results.
If you select everything or nearly everything, there will be too much data to display and the retrieval system will refuse the request, because this interactive web page is designed to display just selected components of the data rather than the whole data file.
To get large amounts of the data at one time, you can retrieve prepared files available through the "Download" buttons above. You can download the complete GDP by state data file by selecting "All Components" and "All States and Regions" and then clicking any of the three "Download" buttons.
Data file information:
If you request one of the large prepared files, you will download a ZIP file-- a compressed file that can be uncompressed with software such as WinZip, PKUNZIP or other software.
If you request a prepared file for a selected state or region, depending on your browser's configuration, it will either be downloaded directly into your browser window or you will have to save it to a file.
If it loads into the window, use the browser's File/Save As... feature to save the data to a file.
For all of these downloaded files, the data are in comma-separated-value format, easily imported into most spreadsheet or database applications. Import tips are available.