U.S. states renamed for countries with similar GDPs, 2017

The map below compares the Size of U.S. State economies with entire countries.

U.S. states renamed for countries with similar GDPs, 2017

GDP (Millions of USDs), 2017
California – $2,746,873 (United Kingdom – $2,624,529)
Texas – $1,696,206 (Canada – $1,652,412)
New York – $1,547,116 (South Korea – $1,538,030)
Florida – $967,337 (Indonesia – $1,015,411)
Illinois – $820,362 (Netherlands – $825,745)
Pennsylvania – $752,071 (Saudi Arabia – $683,827)
Ohio – $649,127 (Argentina – $637,717)
New Jersey – $591,743 (Taiwan – $579,302)
Georgia – $554,269 (Sweden – $538,575)
North Carolina – $538,291 (Poland – $524,886)
Massachusetts – $527,455 (Belgium – $494,733)
Virginia – $508,662 (Thailand – $455,378)
Washington – $506,353 (Iran – $431,920)
Michigan – $504,967 (Austria – $416,845)
Maryland – $393,632 (Norway – $396,457)
Indiana – $359,122 (U.A.E. – $377,435)
Minnesota – $351,113 (Israel – $350,609)
Tennessee – $345,218 (South Africa – $349,299)
Colorado – $342,748 (Ireland – $333,994)
Wisconsin – $324,061 (Denmark – $324,484)
Arizona – $319,850 (Singapore – $323,902)
Missouri – $304,898 (Pakistan – $303,993)
Connecticut – $260,827 (Bangladesh – $261,374)
Louisiana – $246,264 (Finland – $253,244)
Oregon – $236,219 (Egypt – $237,073)
South Carolina – $219,093 (Portugal – $218,064)
Alabama – $210,954 (Venezuela – $210,085)
Kentucky – $202,507 (New Zealand – $202,485)
Iowa – $190,191 (Greece – $200,690)
Oklahoma – $189,160 (Iraq – $197,699)
Utah – $165,526 (Qatar – $166,326)
Kansas – $157,797 (Kazakhstan – $160,839)
Nevada – $156,313 (Hungary – $152,284)
District of Columbia – $131,010 (Angola – $124,209)
Arkansas – $124,918 (Kuwait – $120,351)
Nebraska – $120,351 (Morocco – $109,824)
Mississippi – $111,707 (Ukraine – $109,321)
New Mexico – $97,090 (Slovakia – $95,938)
Hawaii – $88,136 (Sri Lanka – $87,591)
New Hampshire – $80,516 (Ethiopia – $80,874)
West Virginia – $76,794 (Guatemala – $76,794)
Delaware – $73,541 (Oman – $74,274)
Idaho – $71,886 (Myanmar – $66,537)
Maine – $61,404 (Panama – $61,838)
Rhode Island – $59,458 (Uruguay – $58,415)
North Dakota – $55,493 (Croatia – $54,516)
Alaska – $52,789 (Tanzania – $51,725)
South Dakota – $49,928 (Slovenia – $48,868)
Montana – $48,098 (Uzbekistan – $47,883)
Wyoming – $40,286 (Tunisia – $40,275)
Vermont – $32,197 (Libya – $32,197)

Sources: Bureau of Economic Analysis and International Monetary Fund

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