Gross Domestic Product Data Series
2012 Estimates

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Missouri's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) totaled over $258 billion in 2012 according to advanced data estimates from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. Real Missouri GDP increased by 3.7% from 2011 to 2012, while overall U.S. GDP increased 4.0% increase for the same period. 49 states and the District of Columbia experienced Real GDP growth from 2011 to 2012.

Year GSP
(Current $M)
GSP
(Chained '05 $M)
GSP Current-$
(% Change)
GSP Chained-$
(% Change)
2000 $180,967 $204,918 4.7% 2.5%
2001 $185,332 $204,660 2.4% -0.1%
2002 $192,189 $208,039 3.7% 1.7%
2003 $199,921 $211,791 4.0% 1.8%
2004 $208,375 $214,474 4.2% 1.3%
2005 $216,336 $216,336 3.8% 0.9%
2006 $223,721 $217,124 3.4% 0.4%
2007 $232,959 $219,288 4.1% 1.0%
2008 $241,406 $222,177 3.6% 1.3%
2009 $237,774 $212,591 -1.5% -4.3%
2010 $243,876 $216,681 2.6% 1.9%
2011 $249,546 $217,401 2.3% 0.3%
2012 $258,832 $221,702 3.7% 2.0%

 

Missouri Gross State Product
2000-2012
2000 to 2011 Gross Domestic Product for Missouri

 

Missouri had the 22nd largest Gross Domestic Product among the states in 2012. Of the surrounding states, only Illinois (5th) and Tennessee (18th) have larger economies.

Gross State Product 
(millions of current dollars)
Area Rank 2012 GSP
California 1 $2,003,479
Texas 2 $1,397,369
New York 3 $1,205,930
Florida 4 $777,164
Illinois 5 $695,238
Pennsylvania 6 $600,897
Ohio 7 $509,393
New Jersey 8 $508,003
North Carolina 9 $455,973
Virginia 10 $445,876
Missouri 22 $258,832


Missouri's Manufacturing and Government sectors (12.5%) contributed the largest portion to Missouri's GDP in 2012 followed by Real Estate, Rental and Leasing (10.3%) and Healthcare and Social Services (9.0%).

Missouri Gross State Product 2012
Industry GSP (current in millions) % of Total GSP
All industry total $258,832 100%
  Private industries $226,601 87.5%
      Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting $3,299 1.3%
      Mining $315 0.1%
      Utilities $5,204 2.0%
      Construction $9,238 3.6%
      Manufacturing $32,275 12.5%
          Durable goods $15,659 6.0%
          Nondurable goods $16,616 6.4%
      Wholesale trade $15,891 6.1%
      Retail trade $16,872 6.5%
      Transportation and warehousing $9,232 3.6%
      Information $13,584 5.2%
      Finance and insurance $17,079 6.6%
      Real estate and rental and leasing $26,737 10.3%
      Professional, scientific, and technical services $16,715 6.5%
      Management of companies and enterprises $7,740 3.0%
      Administrative and waste management services $8,046 3.1%
      Educational services $3,112 1.2%
      Health care and social assistance $23,257 9.0%
      Arts, entertainment, and recreation $3,559 1.4%
      Accommodation and food services $7,593 2.9%
      Other services, except government $6,853 2.6%
  Government $32,231 12.5%

Missouri Gross State Product
2012

2011 Missouri Gross Domestic Product Breakdown in Industries



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