The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) routinely publishes data on U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which includes both Nominal GDP—unadjusted for inflation—and Real GDP, which is adjusted for inflation. Real GDP serves as a critical measure for evaluating the overall health of a country’s economy, and it’s particularly valuable for tracking economic trends over time. Below, you’ll find a series of charts that we’ve assembled using BEA’s data.
Changes in Real GDP Over the Last 20 Years
Real GDP Growth Rate Over the Last 20 Years
State-by-State Real GDP
Share of GDP by State
Real GDP Growth by State
Comparison of State Real GDP
You can click on the column headers to sort the data by ascending or descending order, or even alphabetically.