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2005 Southern GSP's (Gross State Product)

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  1. Florida $674,049,000,000

  2. Georgia $364,310,000,000

  3. Virginia $352,745,000,000

  4. North Carolina $344,641,000,000

  5. Tennessee $226,502,000,000

  6. Louisiana $166,310,000,000

  7. Alabama $149,796,000,000

  8. Kentucky $140,359,000,000

  9. South Carolina $139,771,000,000

  10. Arkansas $86,802,000,000

  11. Mississippi $80,197,000,000

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I was about to say, no Texas? I knew it would top this list easily.

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GDP per person is probably a better measure of real impact on the national economy:

Virginia $352,745,000,000.00 7,567,465 $46,613.36

texas $982,403,000,000.00 22,859,968 $42,974.82

Georgia $364,310,000,000.00 9,072,576 $40,155.08

North Carolina $344,641,000,000.00 8,683,242 $39,690.36

Tennessee $226,502,000,000.00 5,962,959 $37,984.83

Florida $674,049,000,000.00 17,789,864 $37,889.50

Louisiana $166,310,000,000.00 4,523,628 $36,764.74

oklahoma $120,549,000,000.00 3,547,884 $33,977.72

Kentucky $140,359,000,000.00 4,173,405 $33,631.77

Alabama $149,796,000,000.00 4,557,808 $32,865.80

South Carolina $139,771,000,000.00 4,255,083 $32,848.01

Arkansas $86,802,000,000.00 2,779,154 $31,233.25

Mississippi $80,197,000,000.00 2,921,088 $27,454.50

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No real surprise here except I thought Oklahoma might be a little lower.

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