Manufacturing industry top states by percentage of state economy

The state that relies the most on the manufacturing industry contributed 3.9% of the manufacturing industry's economic output in the United States.

 

According to data from the U.S. Department of Commerce, Indiana had the highest percentage of manufacturing GDP compared to the rest of the states.

Indiana's economic output from manufacturing was $63.8 billion in 2008. This was 25% of Indiana's economy.

Since 2000, Indiana's manufacturing industry has grown 1.22% annually. Indiana's manufacturing output was 3.9% of the manufacturing output of the United States.

The second highest state, percentage wise, is Iowa with an output of $28.2 billion. This was 20.8% of Iowa's economy. Since 2000, Iowa's manufacturing industry has grown 4.41% annually. Iowa's manufacturing output was 1.7% of the manufacturing output of the United States.

Coming in third is Wisconsin with an output of $48.9 billion. This was 20.3% of Wisconsin's economy. Since 2000, Wisconsin's manufacturing industry has grown 1.61% annually. Wisconsin's manufacturing output was 3% of the manufacturing output of the United States.

Manufacturing industry top states by percentage of state economy 2008

Manufacturing gross domestic product in $ billions
Rank State Manufacturing GDP State percentage
1 Indiana $63.8 25%
2 Iowa $28.2 20.8%
3 Wisconsin $48.9 20.3%
4 North Carolina $78 19.5%
5 Oregon $30.2 18.7%
6 Kentucky $28.8 18.4%
7 Louisiana $40.5 18.2%
8 Ohio $84.1 17.8%
9 Arkansas $17.1 17.4%
10 Alabama $29.3 17.2%

Manufacturing industry top 10 states by GDP

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