U.S. States or European Countries by GDP

Guess the U.S. states and European countries with the largest economies.
Estimates for the year 2021. Sources: IMF, BEA.
For European countries, only includes the GDP within Europe
GDP at current exchange rates, not PPP
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Last updated: April 21, 2022
First submittedDecember 27, 2016
Times taken46,678
Average score85.0%
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GDP
Country or State
$4.23 T
Germany
$3.36 T
California
$3.19 T
United Kingdom
$2.94 T
France
$2.10 T
Italy
$1.99 T
Texas
$1.85 T
New York
GDP
Country or State
$1.43 T
Spain
$1.37 T
Russia
$1.23 T
Florida
$1.02 T
Netherlands
$938 B
Illinois
$839 B
Pennsylvania
$810 B
Switzerland
GDP
Country or State
$736 B
Ohio
$683 B
Georgia
$672 B
New Jersey
$670 B
Poland
$668 B
Washington
$655 B
North Carolina
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Level 87
Jan 3, 2017
A good challenge. Had the final one left and was hard not knowing if it was a state or country. Finally figured it out though.
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Level 75
Apr 25, 2017
Exactly my thoughts
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Level 57
May 9, 2020
Same with Georgia and Switzerland left
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Level 60
Apr 24, 2017
5 stars!
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Level 78
Apr 24, 2017
There should be a way to make a distinction between European country of Georgia and American state of the same name (in English). The answer should probably state something like "Georgia (US)" or something similar.
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Level 69
Apr 24, 2017
Georgia isn't usually considered to be in Europe, although on the cusp, it is usually considered to be in Asia.
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Level 54
Apr 24, 2017
Well, gentlemen, I don't think we can argue with that one. Bravo, PatCovino, bravo.
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Level 61
Apr 24, 2017
I don't think ANYONE is guessing that the nation of Georgia has one of the largest GDPs in Europe OR Asia, so it seems pretty unnecessary for this quiz.
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Level 87
Apr 24, 2017
For JetPunk purposes, the country of Georgia is in Asia.
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Level 67
Apr 24, 2017
Enjoyed that.
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Level 58
Apr 24, 2017
I got them all with 1 second left!
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Level 61
Apr 24, 2017
This was a great quiz!
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Level 64
Apr 24, 2017
I did not think I would get 100%
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Level 39
Oct 12, 2017
New Jersey over Belgium? And are you sure Russia isn't number 1.
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Level 38
Dec 1, 2017
Russia is NOT above Germany. The richest countries are 1.USA 2.China 3.Japan 4.Germany. And belgium is a tiny Country, what did you expect?
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Level 50
Jan 19, 2020
Unnecessarily rude comment in my opinion.
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Level 78
Apr 21, 2022
Agreed, not to mention the fact that 'richest' is a poor term to describe the countries with the biggest economies. Unless you think, say, India is richer than Switzerland.
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Level 43
Jun 13, 2022
Belgium has population of over 10 million, much bigger than Washington state actually. So, no that tiny...

Switzerland that makes the list has no more than 7 million.

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Level 45
Jun 13, 2022
Unnecessarily sensitive brain
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Level 55
Jun 28, 2022
Yes, but Pantelicio, Washington state is home to some of the largest corporations in the world.
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Level 61
Nov 16, 2017
North Carolina? Wow, more people live there than I thought...
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Level ∞
Jul 25, 2019
North Carolina just misses the list now, having been passed by Washington and Massachusetts.
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Level 58
Dec 25, 2021
Fortnite money
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Level 58
Apr 21, 2022
It's the 9th biggest US state by population. 10.5 million people according to the 2020 Census.
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Level 62
May 29, 2022
I was pleasantly surprised to see my state edge onto there.
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Level 46
Jul 26, 2019
I wish we would start using GNP figures for these quizzes. In an increasingly globalised world GDP is increasingly unreliable in demonstrating the wealth and power of countries. It is possible for a nation to see much of the value of what it produces disappear into foreign companies and tax havens.
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Level 75
Jul 27, 2019
Would be interesting to see a PPP version of this quiz. I think PPP is a more accurate measure of the standard of living enjoyed by a country.
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Level 80
Jul 28, 2019
I don't think standard of living matters so much at this level. Like for example it matters more when talking about average salary or poverty levels, but kind of useless to compare if Jeff Bezos or Carlos Slim can buy more burritos.
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Level 67
Nov 7, 2019
When I got down to the last two, I got hung up on trying countries when answers turned out to be states (Georgia, Washington). Hooray for peaches, pecans, peanuts, carpet, apples, timber and technology.
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Level 49
Nov 7, 2019
Imagine if the "states" were not "united" and were all individual countries ... interesting thought!
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Level 61
Sep 16, 2020
Probably wouldn't be as wealthy I reckon.
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Level 85
Apr 21, 2022
Which will be richer, Redland or Blueland?
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Level 67
Nov 7, 2019
Alright, we get it, you're rich...
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Level 58
Nov 7, 2019
Please start accepting more spellings for Massachusetts, in all quizzes. I always miss which letters are doubled.
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Level 64
Nov 9, 2019
In March 2019 the Netherlands surpassed the 1 trillion mark. Could you make change?
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Level 37
Jun 25, 2020
I didn't know how to write Massachuettes.
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Level 50
Jul 27, 2020
missed Massachussets, Netherlands and Switzerland
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Level 55
Oct 6, 2020
Hilarious :)
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Level 41
Mar 30, 2021
can you please accept ''NY'' for New York?
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Level 43
May 26, 2021
and ca for california, tx for texas, fl for florida, wa for washington, il for illinois, pa for pennsylvania, ga for georgia, oh for ohio, ma for massachusetts and nj for new jersey
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Level 73
Nov 19, 2021
No
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Level 41
Jan 5, 2022
bruh i forgot france and texas :(
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Level 77
Apr 21, 2022
You seem to have California and the UK the wrong way round in the table - California is bigger.
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Level ∞
Apr 21, 2022
Fixed
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Level 70
Jun 13, 2022
We seem to switch places periodically in this list. I’d like it if he we could change places physically, I’ve had it with the weather here
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Level 85
Apr 21, 2022
With the current changes to its economy, maybe Russia will drop down from near Florida to near New Jersey.
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Level 57
Jun 13, 2022
Finally JetPunk considers Georgia to be a European country
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Level 58
Jun 13, 2022
The one in this quiz is the US State...
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Level 58
Jun 13, 2022
The fact that New Jersey has a bigger GDP than Poland blows my mind
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Level 67
Sep 23, 2022
The fact that poland competes up blows my mind
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Level 50
Jun 15, 2022
I took this one quiz 2x, forgot New Jersey I was existed both times