Just a quick post here with a couple of recently released maps from the Philadelphia Federal Reserve.
The Philly Fed regularly updates state-level data for their coincident economic index, which is a snapshot of the current state of the economy, and for their leading index, which indicates probably growth patterns in the coming six months.
Note that this newest data is for June, so it does not reflect any of the bad signs that have happened since — the brinkmanship over the debt ceiling, ongoing troubles in Europe, declines in world markets, S&P’s downgrade of the U.S., etc.
First, the coincident index:
The leading index:
At this point in a recovery, pretty much every state would normally be experiencing growth.