This section presents data on Gross State Product, business and personal income, minimum wage, poverty guidelines, consumer expenditures, and the Consumer Price Index.
Gross state product estimates are prepared by the US Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis on an industry or gross product originating basis, and are shown in both current and constant dollars.
Estimates of personal income received by residents of each state are prepared annually by the Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis, United States Department of Commerce.
Median income data and poverty statistics are from the US Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census and the California Department of Finance's Demographic Research Unit.
Minimum wage data is provided by the California Department of Industrial Relation's Industrial Welfare Commission.
Lower living standard income levels and poverty guidelines originated from the US Department of Labor and US Department of Health and Human Services.
The buying habits (expenditures) of households and families are derived from the Consumer Expenditure Survey conducted by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Data on business and personal taxable income are compiled by the California Franchise Tax Boards Statistical Systems Bureau. It should be noted that much of the states personal income is received by persons who had insufficient amounts of gross income and net income to necessitate their filing State returns or who are exempt from State taxation. Conversely, there are items of taxable income which are not included in the personal income concept, such as gains from the sale of assets. Therefore, the data reported on California personal income tax returns are not strictly comparable to those estimates of total personal income reported by the Department of Commerce.
The Consumer Price Index is published for three areas in California, the Los Angeles-Anaheim-Riverside CMSA (Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura Counties), the San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose CMSA (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, and Sonoma Counties), and the San Diego MSA (San Diego County). The index is also published for California and the United States.
The indexes for the United States, San Diego MSA, San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose CMSA, and Los Angeles-Anaheim-Riverside CMSA are compiled by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. The index for California is computed by the California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Labor Statistics and Research, as a weighted average of the Los Angeles-Anaheim-Riverside CMSA, San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose CMSA, and from 1965-1986, San Diego MSA indexes.
Each table is available in Microsoft EXCEL format.
Table D-1 Gross State Product, California
Table D-2 Gross State Product in Current Dollars, California
Table D-3 Gross State Product in Constant Dollars, California
Table D-4 Total Personal Income, Component Detail, California
Table D-5 Total Personal Income, Industry Detail, California
Table D-6 Total and Per Capita Personal Income, California
Table D-7 Total and Per Capita Disposable Personal Income, California
Table D-8 Total Personal Income, California and Counties
Table D-9 Per Capita Personal Income, California and Counties
Table D-10 Personal Income Tax Returns, Number and Amount of Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) Reported by AGI Class, California
Table D-11 Personal Income Tax Returns, Number and Amount of Adjusted Gross Income (AGI), History, California
Table D-12 Personal Income Tax Statistics, California and Counties
Table D-13 Bank and Corporation Franchise Tax Returns, State Net Income and Tax Assessed by State Net Income Class, California
Table D-14 Bank and Corporation Franchise Tax Returns and State Net Income by Industry, California
Table D-15 Corporate Income Reported for State Taxation, History, California
Table D-16 Consumer Price Indexes, All Items, Selected Areas
Table D-17 Consumer Price Indexes for All Urban Consumers, by Expenditure Category, Current Year, Selected Areas
Table D-18 Consumer Price Indexes for All Urban Consumers, by Expenditure Category, History, Selected Areas
Table D-19 Average Annual Expenditures of All Consumer Units by Type of Expenditure, California Areas
Table D-20 Median Family and Household Income, California
Table D-21 Median Income and Poverty Status, California and Counties
Table D-22 Lower Living Standard Income Levels and Poverty Guidelines, California Counties
Table D-23 Minimum Wage History, California and United States
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