Real Per Capita Personal Income by State & Metro: 2008-2012
New April 2014. Based on real per capita personal income (RPPI) as a single measure, which states and metros have fared better over the period 2008-2012? Use the interactive table in this section to view, rank, compare states and metros based annual real per capita personal income estimates for this period. The new data, developed by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, are part of the Regional Economic Information System.
Implications of Changing RPPI (scroll section)
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Expand metro_rppi1.zip to the folder c:\reis13
With CV XE GIS running, use File>Open to open the GIS project c:\reis13\metro_rppi1.gis.
Real Per Capita Personal Income by Metro; Percent Change 2008-12
The following view, developed with CV XE GIS using related RPPI GIS project, shows the percent change in real per capita personal income, 2008-12, by metro.
Click graphic for larger view and details.
See zoom-in view of Texas/South Central metros below in this section.
Real Per Capita Personal Income by State & Metro: 2008-2012 Interactive Table
Table initially sorted by state then metro.
Click column header to sort; again to sort other direction. Usage notes below table.
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Click ShowAll between queries/filters.
Find text in AreaName: key in text to right of Name> button (case sensitive) then click Name> button
-1 indicates the value in this cell is not available.
South Central & Texas Metros
The following view is similar to the U.S. by metro view above, showing patterns of real per capita personal income (RPPI) by metro, percent change 2008-12, with metros labeled with 2012 RPPI.
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