by Ryan Streeter on February 8, 2014. Follow Ryan on Twitter.
I love stuff like this. Here’s a map of the United States with each state compared to a country with a similar GDP:
Caveat: this is dated. It’s from 2007, so I’m sure some things have changed since then. Still, it provides an interesting perspective on the massive GDP of the USA. If you told me that Indiana had the world’s 29th largest economy and was on par with Denmark, or that Georgia was on par with Switzerland and Mississippi on par with Indonesia – I wouldn’t have believed you.
Go to the post to see the list written out with the global rank included.