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Table F34: Population, GDP, and Degree Days, 2020

Table F34: Population, GDP, and Degree Days, 2020





State

Resident Population

Real GDP

Current-Dollar GDP

Heating Degree Days

Cooling Degree Days
Thousand People Billion Chained (2012) Dollars Billion Current-Dollars
Alabama 5,025 196.9 226.9 2,279 1,989
Alaska 732 50.2 49.8 10,781 5
Arizona 7,178 320.6 373.7 1,865 3,520
Arkansas 3,012 114.9 130.8 3,160 1,619
California 39,500 2,663.7 3,007.2 2,564 1,206
Colorado 5,784 346.0 382.6 6,817 452
Connecticut 3,600 235.9 276.4 5,350 772
Delaware 992 62.1 75.8 4,010 1,254
Dist. of Col. 690 122.3 144.6 3,317 1,735
Florida 21,570 944.0 1,106.0 491 4,073
Georgia 10,726 536.7 622.6 2,379 1,804
Hawaii 1,452 70.6 82.9 2 5,066
Idaho 1,848 73.7 83.8 6,695 478
Illinois 12,785 737.6 858.4 5,762 953
Indiana 6,786 329.9 375.3 5,278 919
Iowa 3,189 169.4 194.3 6,586 879
Kansas 2,936 156.8 175.1 4,627 1,395
Kentucky 4,504 185.5 212.5 4,076 1,208
Louisiana 4,651 222.3 235.4 1,348 2,846
Maine 1,362 58.8 69.3 7,200 312
Maryland 6,173 353.1 410.7 4,028 1,247
Massachusetts 7,022 498.6 582.5 5,539 699
Michigan 10,068 445.7 515.1 6,282 699
Minnesota 5,707 326.6 373.7 8,312 553
Mississippi 2,957 99.7 113.8 1,983 2,265
Missouri 6,154 282.7 329.4 4,757 1,223
Montana 1,086 46.2 51.5 8,282 205
Nebraska 1,961 117.7 133.4 6,052 1,092
Nevada 3,114 145.2 170.9 3,298 2,470
New Hampshire 1,378 75.5 87.6 6,910 416
New Jersey 9,280 535.8 618.6 4,609 1,026
New Mexico 2,118 92.7 98.5 4,189 1,248
New York 20,155 1,420.1 1,724.8 5,499 763
North Carolina 10,457 499.5 589.8 2,906 1,462
North Dakota 779 54.6 54.9 8,876 535
Ohio 11,791 589.9 677.6 5,254 875
Oklahoma 3,962 190.9 188.1 3,262 1,785
Oregon 4,242 212.8 243.8 5,041 254
Pennsylvania 12,990 683.8 771.9 5,203 838
Rhode Island 1,096 51.4 60.6 5,184 756
South Carolina 5,131 208.5 244.9 2,164 1,956
South Dakota 887 46.7 54.8 7,396 790
Tennessee 6,920 316.3 369.6 3,434 1,391
Texas 29,218 1,734.3 1,775.6 1,554 2,961
Utah 3,282 171.4 197.6 6,738 634
Vermont 642 28.6 33.4 7,379 333
Virginia 8,632 473.8 549.5 3,760 1,204
Washington 7,719 532.9 604.3 5,425 184
West Virginia 1,790 69.7 75.9 4,664 873
Wisconsin 5,892 291.7 337.7 7,187 604
Wyoming 577 36.3 36.3 8,079 352

United States
331,501 18,384.7 20,893.7 3,916 1,518
Sources: Table by the U.S. Energy Information Administration, based on population data from the U.S. Census Bureau, GDP data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, and degree days data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. See
Technical Notes.