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Per Capita Real GDP (millions of chained 2005 dollars)

MSA
2009
2010
 2011
2012
Change from 2009-2012
Des Moines, IA $60,037 $60,047 $60,876 $61,777 2.9%
Madison, WI $52,792 $54,115 $54,649 $54,890 4.0%
Indianapolis, IN $48,212 $49,500 $49,881 $50,981 5.7%
Nashville, TN $44,138 $45,412 $46,422 $48,114 9.0%
Peoria, IL $40,056 $40,760 $44,937 $48,001 19.8%
U.S. Metro Portion $43,888 $44,519 $44,890 $45,604 3.9%
Lexington, KY $41,730 $43,857 $43,886 $43,591 4.5%
Evansville, IN-KY $39,636 $40,541 $41,163 $40,356 1.8%
Fort Wayne, IN $36,885 $38,796 $39,295 $40,188 9.0% 
Toldeo, OH $34,936 $36,125 $37,812 $39,052 11.8%
Grand Rapids, MI $34,038 $35,421 $36,721 $37,957 11.5%
Dayton, OH $35,318 $36,035 $36,932 $36,687 3.9%
Chattanooga, TN-GA $34,555 $35,096 $35,540 $36,102 4.5%
South Bend, IN-MI $32,797 $34,643 $35,635 $36,042 9.9%
Rockford, IL $29,791 $31,366 $32,637 $33,427 12.2%
Kalamazoo, MI $32,240 $32,478 $32,559 $32,324 0.3%

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Per capita real GDP (millions of chained 2005 dollars)

Chart depicting the 2012 per capita GDP and the change in per capita GDP from 2009 to 2012 as presented in the table above.

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