From 1998 to 2018, GDP per capita increased the most in North Dakota (84 percent increase to $67,308 per person in 2018), California (51.9 percent increase to $67,698 per person in 2018) and, South Dakota (46.7 percent increase to $51,997 per person in 2018). After facing one of the country’s largest declines during the Great Recession, Nevada was the only state with less GDP per capita in 2018 than in 1998, decreasing by 5.9 percent to $48,189 in 2018. The chart below shows changes in state GDP per capita and state rankings in GDP per capita from 1998 to 2018. Although many of the highest-ranking states remained relatively stable over the 20-year period, the change in North Dakota is particularly striking, as can be seen in the chart.
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