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2001 and 2013 Metropolitan GDP (millions of chained 2009 dollars)

MSA
2001
2013
2001-13 Change in Metro GDP
Nashville, TN
$68,824
$95,124
38.2%
Des Moines, IA
$29,065
$39,714
36.6%
Madison, WI
$29,633
$40,186
35.6%
Peoria, IL
$14,289
$19,220
34.5%
Lexington, KY
$20,166
$24,851
23.2%
Indianapolis, IN
$96,235
$117,312
21.9%
U.S. Metropolitan Portion
$11,545,199
$14,060,496
21.8%
South Bend, IN-MI
$11,093
$12,407
11.8%
Fort Wayne, IN
$16,609
$18,571
11.8%
Grand Rapids, MI
$41,329
$45,221
9.4%
Kalamazoo, MI
$11,971
$13,005
8.6%
Toledo, OH
$26,024
$28,252
8.6%
Rockford, IL
$12,277
$13,103
6.7%
Chattanooga, TN-GA
$19,892
$20,945
5.3%
Evansville, IN-KY
$14,642
$15,101
3.1%
Dayton, OH
$35,136
$35,216
0.2%

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Real GDP by Metropolitan Area (millions of chained 2009 dollars)

Chart depicting the change in metro GDP as presented in the table called 2001 and 2013 metropolitan GDP (millions of chained 2009 dollars)

2010 and 2013 Metropolitan GDP (millions of chained 2009 dollars)

MSA
2010
2013
2010-13 Change in Metro GDP
Nashville, TN
$84,572
$95,124
12.5%
Grand Rapids, MI
$40,814
$45,221
10.8%
Des Moines, IA
$36,185
$39,714
9.8%
Toledo, OH
$26,094
$28,252
8.3%
Madison, WI
$37,254
$40,186
7.9%
Peoria, IL
$17,944
$19,220
7.1%
U.S. Metropolitan Portion
$13,268,823
$14,060,496
6.0%
Indianapolis, IN
$110,874
$117,312
5.8%
Lexington, KY
$23,644
$24,851
5.1%
Rockford, IL
$12,526
$13,103
4.6%
Fort Wayne, IN
$17,774
$18,571
4.5%
Dayton, OH
$33,907
$35,216
3.9%
Kalamazoo, MI
$12,634
$13,005
2.9%
Chattanooga, TN-GA
$20,653
$20,945
1.4%
South Bend, IN-MI
$12,317
$12,407
0.7%
Evansville, IN-KY
$15,493
$15,101
-2.5%

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Real GDP by Metropolitan Area (millions of chained 2009 dollars)

Chart depicting the change in metro GDP as presented in the table called 2009 and 2012 metropolitan GDP (millions of chained 2009 dollars)