Table 3-5: Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by Major Social Function (Current $ billions

)
Total GDP
Housing
Percent of total
Healthcare
Percent of total
Food
Percent of total
Transportationa
Percent of total
Education
Percent of total
Other
Percent of total

1991
5,986
1,388
23.2
827
13.8
798
13.3
613
10.2
413
6.9
1,947
32.5

1992
6,319
1,473
23.3
903
14.3
828
13.1
658
10.4
432
6.8
2,026
32.1

1993
6,642
1,570
23.6
969
14.6
850
12.8
701
10.6
452
6.8
2,101
31.6

1994
7,054
1,686
23.9
1,026
14.5
903
12.8
755
10.7
478
6.8
2,207
31.3

1995
7,401
1,766
23.9
1,086
14.7
926
12.5
788
10.6
511
6.9
2,324
31.4

1996
7,813
1,874
24.0
1,142
14.6
985
12.6
840
10.8
541
6.9
2,431
31.1

1997
8,318
1,974
23.7
1,208
14.5
1,011
12.2
898
10.8
578
6.9
2,650
31.9

1998
8,782
2,101
23.9
1,281
14.6
1,058
12.1
935
10.6
615
7.0
2,792
31.8

1999
9,274
2,244
24.2
1,353
14.6
1,125
12.1
1,007
10.9
659
7.1
2,886
31.1

R

2000
9,825
2,371
24.1
1,448
14.7
1,195
12.2
1,044
10.6
712
7.2
3,055
31.1

R

2001
10,082
2,450
24.3
1,547
15.3
1,231
12.2
1,031
10.2
755
7.5
3,067
30.4

KEY: R = revised.
a

Transportation-related final demand.

NOTE
Numbers may not add to totals due to roundings.
SOURCE
U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, calculated from data in the U.S.
Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of Current Business (Washington, DC:
Various issues from 1991 to 2002).

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