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US Metropolitan Regions with the Largest GDP

Numbers are from Wikipedia
Based on 2014 Bureau of Economic Analysis numbers
Metropolitan Area; not city-proper
Metropolitan Areas are based on the US Census Bureau definition of a Metro Area
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GDP in Millions of Dollars
Answer
1,558,518
New York City
866,745
Los Angeles
610,552
Chicago
525,397
Houston
504,358
Dallas-Fort Worth
471,584
Washington, D.C.
411,969
San Francisco
391,118
Philadelphia
382,459
Boston
324,881
Atlanta
300,827
Seattle-Tacoma
299,161
Miami
GDP in Millions of Dollars
Answer
236,500
Detroit
235,733
Twin Cities
215,214
Phoenix
213,819
San Jose
206,817
San Diego
187,111
Denver
173,516
Baltimore
159,328
Portland, Oregon
149,951
St. Louis
143,628
Charlotte
135,662
Pittsburgh
133,983
Riverside-San Bernardino
GDP in Millions of Dollars
Answer
125,864
Indianapolis
124,609
Cleveland
121,638
Kansas City
121,407
Cincinnati
117,824
Columbus
115,927
Orlando
115,262
Austin
115,262
Sacramento
106,695
Nashville
104,787
San Antonio
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May 18, 2017
Please just accept Portland without requiring Oregon.
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May 18, 2017
My bad. I updated it.