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Table F36: Population, GDP, and degree days, 2022

Table F36: Population, GDP, and degree days, 2022





State

Resident population

Real GDP

Current-dollar GDP

Heating degree days

Cooling degree days
Thousand people Billion chained (2017) dollars Billion current-dollars
Alabama 5,074 235.8 281.6 2,612 2,042
Alaska 733 50.3 65.7 10,035 13
Arizona 7,366 403.5 475.7 2,061 3,187
Arkansas 3,046 137.4 166.0 3,508 1,937
California 39,041 3,167.5 3,641.6 2,672 1,205
Colorado 5,841 416.1 491.3 7,212 444
Connecticut 3,609 276.7 319.3 5,627 774
Delaware 1,019 75.2 90.2 4,481 1,265
Dist. of Col. 671 144.0 165.1 3,736 1,769
Florida 22,246 1,218.4 1,439.1 526 3,903
Georgia 10,913 655.8 767.4 2,682 1,815
Hawaii 1,439 85.2 101.1 0 4,775
Idaho 1,939 91.7 110.9 7,280 718
Illinois 12,583 864.2 1,025.7 6,325 929
Indiana 6,832 396.0 470.3 5,746 986
Iowa 3,200 197.8 238.3 7,209 902
Kansas 2,937 174.8 209.3 5,040 1,671
Kentucky 4,512 217.6 259.0 4,474 1,304
Louisiana 4,588 231.3 292.0 1,686 2,790
Maine 1,389 72.4 85.8 7,238 336
Maryland 6,164 412.3 480.1 4,517 1,212
Massachusetts 6,983 604.4 691.5 5,708 708
Michigan 10,033 539.9 622.6 6,708 669
Minnesota 5,714 379.1 448.0 9,123 496
Mississippi 2,939 114.2 140.0 2,355 2,337
Missouri 6,177 336.6 396.9 5,216 1,399
Montana 1,123 54.0 67.1 8,821 313
Nebraska 1,968 137.1 164.9 6,403 1,185
Nevada 3,177 187.2 222.9 3,502 2,387
New Hampshire 1,399 90.2 105.0 7,065 421
New Jersey 9,261 646.7 754.9 5,082 1,050
New Mexico 2,113 101.3 125.5 4,584 1,174
New York 19,673 1,763.5 2,048.4 5,849 758
North Carolina 10,696 609.1 716.0 3,286 1,531
North Dakota 779 54.8 72.7 9,856 531
Ohio 11,760 689.7 826.0 5,698 863
Oklahoma 4,019 191.6 242.7 3,669 2,284
Oregon 4,239 254.7 297.3 5,291 381
Pennsylvania 12,972 772.3 911.8 5,707 809
Rhode Island 1,094 62.2 72.8 5,413 731
South Carolina 5,283 250.9 297.5 2,502 1,991
South Dakota 910 55.0 68.8 7,954 840
Tennessee 7,049 412.1 485.7 3,820 1,519
Texas 30,030 1,924.0 2,402.1 1,949 3,224
Utah 3,381 213.9 256.4 7,019 700
Vermont 647 34.6 40.8 7,715 294
Virginia 8,679 577.0 663.1 4,233 1,188
Washington 7,784 641.1 738.1 5,788 305
West Virginia 1,774 76.5 97.4 5,190 815
Wisconsin 5,891 335.7 396.2 7,747 536
Wyoming 582 37.3 49.1 8,441 393

United States
333,271 21,822.0 25,744.1 4,245 1,556
Data Source: Table by the U.S. Energy Information Administration, State Energy Data System based on population data from the U.S. Census Bureau, GDP data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, and population-weighted degree days data from the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. See Technical Notes. http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/