Nominal gross domestic product by major demand category

This table also can be found in the article, "The U.S. economy to 2022: settling into a new normal," published in the December 2013 Monthly Labor Review.

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Table 4.3 Nominal gross domestic product by major demand category, 1992, 2002, 2012, and projected 2022

Category

Billions of dollars

Percent distribution

1992

2002

2012

2022

1992

2002

2012

2022

Gross domestic product

$6,342.3

$10,642.3

$15,684.8

$24,144.1

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

Personal consumption expenditures

4,236.9

7,439.2

11,119.6

17,025.0

66.8

69.9

70.9

70.5

Gross private domestic investment

864.8

1,646.9

2,062.3

3,742.0

13.6

15.5

13.1

15.5

Exports

635.0

1,003.0

2,184.1

4,069.6

10.0

9.4

13.9

16.9

Imports1

667.8

1,430.2

2,744.0

4,695.9

10.5

13.4

17.5

19.4

Government consumption expenditures and gross investment

1,273.4

1,983.3

3,062.8

4,003.4

20.1

18.6

19.5

16.6

Federal defense

376.8

437.7

809.2

833.1

5.9

4.1

5.2

3.5

Federal nondefense

156.1

243.0

405.1

428.8

2.5

2.3

2.6

1.8

State and local

740.6

1,302.7

1,848.5

2,741.5

11.7

12.2

11.8

11.4

Footnotes:
  1 Imports are subtracted from the other components of GDP because they are not produced in the United States.

Source: Historical data: Bureau of Economic Analysis; Projected data: Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Last Modified Date: January 2, 2014