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NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT
ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED S1ATES
Volume 2,1959-88

September 1992

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Barbara Hackman Franklin, Secretary




ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS ADMINISTRATION
J/ J. Antonio Villamil, Under Secretary for Economic Affairs
BUREAU OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
Carol S. Carson, Director

Allan H, Young, Acting Deputy Director

For sale by the U.S. Government Printing Office
Superintendent of Documents, Mail Stop: SSOP, Washington, DC 20402-9328
ISBN 0-16-038108-8




Suggested Citation
U.S. Department of Commerce. Bureau of Economic Analysis. National Income
and Product Accounts of the United States: Volume 2, 1959-88. Washington, DC:
U.S. Government Printing Office, September 1992.

Acknowledgments
Gerald F. Donahoe, Chief of the National Income and
Wealth Division, supervised the preparation of this comprehensive revision of the national income and product accounts
of the United States. Richard C. Ziemer, Acting Chief of
the Government Division, and Joseph C. Wakefield, former
Chief, directed major parts of the revision. Robert P. Parker,
Associate Director for National Economic Accounts, provided
overall supervision. Norman E. Bakka developed the major
computer systems used in the revision. Shelby W. Herman
and Christian Ehemann assisted in the review of the estimates. Eugene P. Seskin updated the text for this publication.
M. Gretchen Gibson, under the guidance of Leland L. Scott,
Chief of the Publications Services Branch, coordinated the
preparation of this publication for printing.
Other staff who made significant contributions to the
revision are listed below.
Personal consumption expenditures—Clinton P. McCully,
M. Greg Key, Everette P. Johnson, William T. Bannister,
Myung G. Han, Moses J. Branch, Ellen B. Arroyo.
Investment—David W. Cartwright, Gregory Y. Won,
David B. Wasshausen.
Structures—Brooks B. Robinson. Producers' durable equipment—Jeffrey W. Crawford.
Inventories—Stephen P. Baldwin, Jean M. Stiller, Felicia V.
Candela, Michael D. Glenn.
Net exports—Corinne E. Krincek, Leo M. Bernstein,
Phyllistine M. Barnes.
Federal Government receipts and expenditures—David T.
Dobbs. Receipts and expenditures—Hermione A. Anglin,
Gary W. Davis, Ann M. Groszkiewicz, Benyam Tsehaye,
Michael W. Webb.
Federal Government purchases—Karl D. Galbraith, Peter G. Beall, James E. Boucher, Florence H. Campi, Chon




A. Ficklin, Doris N. Johnson, Pamela A. Kelly, Raymen G.
Labella, Robert T. Mangan, Tamara M. Mast, Michael D.
McConathy, Keith E. McKenzie, Matthew P. McNeil, Claire
G. Pitzer, Abner Sachs.
State and local government transactions—David F. Sullivan, Steven J. Andrews, Richard D. Melchionno, Donald L.
Peters.
Measures of price change—Shelby W. Herman.
Income—Eugene P. Seskin.
Personal income—Arthur L. Sensenig.
Wages and
salaries—Pauline M. Cypert, Toui C. Pomsouvan. Other
labor income—James E. Rankin. Other contributors to the
personal income estimates include Thae S. Park and Mary V.
Pitts.
Business income—Kenneth A. Petrick.
Corporate
profits—Kenneth A. Petrick, Craig A. Hargenrader, Dorothy
G. Collins, Jerry L. Stone.
Nonfarm proprietors'
income—Willie J. Abney.
Farm output and income—George M. Smith.
Interest income—Teresa L. Weadock.
Rental income of persons—George M. Smith, Denise A.
McBride.
Consumption of fixed capital—John C. Musgrave, Heather
L. Quick.
Measures of output-Christian Ehemann, Mary W. Hook,
Jennifer M. Wu.
Computer services—Norman E. Bakka, Mary Carol
Barron, Phyllistine M. Barnes.
Table preparation and review—Virginia H. Mannering,
Norman E. Bakka, Jeanette M. Honsa, Phyllistine M. Barnes.
Secretarial—Eunice V. Blue, Gail P. Jones, Mary B.
Perkins, Lynda A. Swanson, Dorothy A. Wilson.




Contents

Acknowledgments

iii

Introduction

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Presentation of the NIPA's
Organization of the NIPA tables
Publication of the NIPA tables
Statistical conventions used for NIPA estimates

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Definitions and Classifications Underlying the National Income and Product Accounts
National income and product accounts entries
Major aggregates
National income and product account
Personal income and outlay account
Government receipts and expenditures account
Foreign transactions account
Gross saving and investment account
Other definitions
Real output and related measures
Real output
Price indexes
Implicit price deflators
Command-basis GNP and terms of trade
Classifications of production
Type of product
Sector
Legal form of organization
Industry

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Table A.—Summary National Income and Product Accounts, 1988
National Income and Product Accounts Tables

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Index to the NIPA Tables

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List of Tables
A Only annual estimates

QA Quarterly and annual estimates

Q Only quarterly estimates

MA Monthly and annual estimates

1. National Product and Income
1.1
1.2
1.3

Gross Domestic Product (AQ, 1959-88)
Gross Domestic Product in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-88)
Gross Domestic Product by Major Type of Product (AQ, 1959-88)




1
1
4
7

1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
1.15
1.16

Gross Domestic Product by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-88)
Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers
(AQ, 1959-88)
Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers
in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-88)
Gross Domestic Product by Sector (AQ, 1959-88)
Gross Domestic Product by Sector in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-88)
Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, National Income,
and Personal Income (AQ, 1959-88)
Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, and National Income
in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-88)
Command-Basis Gross National Product in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-88)
Net Domestic Product and Domestic Income by Sector (A, 1959-88)
Net Domestic Product and Domestic Income by Sector in Constant Dollars (A, 1959-88)
National Income by Type of Income (AQ, 1959-88)
National Income by Sector, Legal Form of Organization, and Type of Income (A, 1959-88)
Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of
Nonfinancial Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-88)

2. Personal Income and Outlays
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11

Personal
Personal
Personal
Personal
Personal
Personal
Personal
Personal
Personal
Personal
Personal

Income and Its Disposition (AQ, 1959-88)
Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product (AQ, 1959-88)
Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-88)
Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure (A, 1959-88)
Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure in Constant Dollars (A, 1959-88)
Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product (A, 1959-88)
Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant Dollars (A, 1959-88)
Income by Type of Income (AM, 1959-88)
Income and Its Disposition (AM, 1959-88)
Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product (AM, 1959-88)
Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars (AM, 1959-88)

3. Government Receipts and Expenditures
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7A
3.7B
3.8A
3.8B
3.9A
3.9B
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
3.16
3.17
3.18A

Government Receipts and Expenditures (A, 1959-88)
Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures (AQ, 1959-88)
State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures (AQ, 1959-88)
Personal Tax and Nontax Receipts (A, 1959-88)
Indirect Business Tax and Nontax Accruals (A, 1959-88)
Contributions for Social Insurance (A, 1959-88)
Government Purchases by Type (AQ, 1959-71)
Government Purchases by Type (AQ, 1972-88)
Government Purchases by Type in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-71)
Government Purchases by Type in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1972-88)
Government Purchases Gross and Net of Sales by Type (A, 1959-71)
Government Purchases Gross and Net of Sales by Type (A, 1972-88)
National Defense Purchases (AQ, 1972-88)
National Defense Purchases in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1972-88)
Government Transfer Payments to Persons (A, 1959-88)
Subsidies Less Current Surplus of Government Enterprises (A, 1960-88)
Social Insurance Funds Receipts and Expenditures (A, 1959-88)
Government Expenditures by Function (A, 1959-88)
Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function (A, 1959-88)
State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function (A, 1959-88)
Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts
to the Consolidated Cash Statement, Fiscal Years (A, 1959-67)
3.18B Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts
to the Unified Budget, Fiscal Years (AQ, 1968-88)




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11
13
14
17
19
23
26
28
28
29
37
39
48
48
57
60
63
67
71
75
79
84
89
91
94
94
95
99
104
105
106
107
108
110
Ill
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114
115
117
120
121
122
123
124
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149
152

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3.20

Relation of State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product
Accounts to Bureau of the Census Government Finances Data, Fiscal Years (A, 1959-88)
Relation of Commodity Credit Corporation Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts
to Commodity Credit Corporation Outlays in the Unified Budget (A, 1960-88)

4. Foreign Transactions
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5

Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts (AQ, 1959-88)
Exports and Imports of Goods and Services and Receipts and Payments of Factor Income
in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-88)
Exports and Imports of Merchandise by End-Use Category (AQ, 1967-88)
Exports and Imports of Merchandise by End-Use Category in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1967-88)
Relation of Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts to the
Corresponding Items in the Balance of Payments Accounts (A, 1959-88)

5. Saving and Investment
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13

Gross Saving and Investment (AQ, 1959-88)
Gross Private Domestic Investment, Consumption of Fixed Capital, and Net Private Domestic Investment
by Major Type of Investment (A, 1959-88)
Gross Private Domestic Investment, Consumption of Fixed Capital, and Net Private Domestic Investment
by Major Type of Investment in Constant Dollars (A, 1959-88)
Fixed Investment by Type (AQ, 1959-88)
Fixed Investment by Type in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-88)
Purchases of Structures by Type (A, 1959-88)
Purchases of Structures by Type in Constant Dollars (A, 1959-88)
Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type (A, 1959-88)
Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type in Constant Dollars (A, 1959-88)
Change in Business Inventories by Industry (AQ, 1959-88)
Change in Business Inventories by Industry in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-88)
Inventories and Final Sales of Domestic Business by Industry (AQ, 1959-88)
Inventories and Final Sales of Domestic Business by Industry in Constant Dollars (AQ> 1959-88)

6. Income, Employment, and Product by Industry
6.1B-C
6.2B-C
6.3B-C
6.4B-C
6.5B-C
6.6B-C
6.7B-C
6.8B-C
6.9B-C
6.10B-C
6.11B-C
6.12B-C
6.13B-C
6.14B-C
6.15B-C
6.16B-C
6.17B-C
6.18B-C
6.19B-C
6.20B-C
6.21B-C
6.22B-C

National Income Without Capital Consumption Adjustment by Industry (AQ, 1959-88)
Compensation of Employees by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Wages and Salaries by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Full-Time Equivalent Employees by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Wages and Salaries Per Full-Time Equivalent Employee by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Self-Employed Persons by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Persons Engaged in Production by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Hours Worked by Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Employer Contributions for Social Insurance by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Other Labor Income by Industry and by Type (A, 1959-88)
Nonfarm Proprietors' Income by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Noncorporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Inventory Valuation Adjustment to Nonfarm Incomes by Legal Form of Organization and Industry
(A, 1959-88)
Net Interest by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Corporate Profits by Industry (AQ, 1959-88)
Corporate Profits Before Tax by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Federal, State, and Local Corporate Profits Tax Liability by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Corporate Profits After Tax by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Net Corporate Dividend Payments by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Undistributed Corporate Profits by Industry (A, 1959-88)
Corporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry (A, 1959-88)




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7. Quantity and Price Indexes
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
7.12
7.13
7.14
7.15

Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product (AQ, 1959-88)
Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product, Final Sales,
and Purchases (AQ, 1959-88)
Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross National Product
and Command-Basis Gross National Product (AQ, 1959-88)
Price Indexes for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product, Fixed 1987 Weights
(AQ, 1959-88)
Price Indexes for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product, Fixed 1987 Weights
(A, 1959-88)
Price Indexes for Fixed Investment by Type, Fixed 1987 Weights (AQ, 1959-88)
Price Indexes for Purchases of Structures by Type, Fixed 1987 Weights (A, 1959-88)
Price Indexes for Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type, Fixed 1987 Weights
(A, 1959-88)
Price Indexes for Exports and Imports of Goods and Services and for Receipts and Payments of
Factor Income, Fixed 1987 Weights (AQ, 1959-88)
Price Indexes for Exports and Imports of Merchandise by End-Use Category, Fixed 1987 Weights
(AQ, 1967-88)
Price Indexes for Government Purchases by Type, Fixed 1987 Weights (AQ, 1972-88)
Price Indexes for National Defense Purchases, Fixed 1987 Weights (AQ, 1972-88)
Implicit Price Deflators for the Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National
Product, and National Income (AQ, 1959-88)
Implicit Price Deflators for Gross Domestic Product by Sector (AQ, 1959-88)
Current-Dollar Cost and Profit Per Unit of Constant-Dollar Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business (AQ, 1959-88)

8. Supplementary Tables
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
8.10
8.11
8.12
8.13
8.14
8.15
8.16
8.17
8.18
8.19
8.20
8.21
8.22
8.23
8.24

Percent Change From Preceding Period in Selected Series (AQ, 1959-88)
Selected Per Capita Product and Income Series in Current and Constant Dollars and
Population of the United States (AQ, 1959-88)
Auto Output (AQ, 1959-88)
Auto Output in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1959-88)
Truck Output (AQ, 1967-88)
Truck Output in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1967-88)
Farm Sector Output, Gross Product, and National Income (A, 1959-88)
Farm Sector Output, Gross Product, and National Income in Constant Dollars (A, 1959-88)
Housing Sector Output, Gross Product, and National Income (A, 1959-88)
Housing Sector Output, Gross Product, and National Income in Constant Dollars (A, 1959-88)
Consumption of Fixed Capital by Legal Form of Organization (A, 1959-88)
Capital Consumption Adjustment by Legal Form of Organization and Type of Adjustment (A, 1959-88)
Business Transfer Payments by Type (A, 1959-88)
Supplements to Wages and Salaries by Type (A, 1959-88)
Rental Income of Persons by Type (A, 1959-88)
Dividends Paid and Received by Sector (A, 1959-88)
Interest Paid and Received by Sector and Legal Form of Organization (A, 1959-88)
Imputations in the National Income and Product Accounts (A, 1959-88)
Relation of Consumption of Fixed Capital in the National Income and Product Accounts
to Depreciation and Amortization as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (A, 1959-88)
Relation of Nonfarm Proprietors' Income in the National Income and Product Accounts
to Corresponding Measures as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (A, 1959-88)
Relation of Net Farm Income in the National Income and Product Accounts to Net Farm Income
as Published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (A, 1967-88)
Relation of Corporate Profits, Taxes, and Dividends in the National Income and Product Accounts
to Corresponding Measures as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (A, 1959-88)
Relation of Monetary Interest Paid and Received in the National Income and Product Accounts
to Corresponding Measures as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (A, 1959-88)
Comparison of Personal Income in the National Income and Product Accounts with
Adjusted Gross Income as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (A, 1959-88)




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274
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283
284
287
290
293
295
298
300
303
303
330
333
336
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
353
357
358
358
359
361
362

9. Seasonally Unadjusted Estimates
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6

Gross Domestic Product (Q, 1959-88)
Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product (Q, 1959-88)
Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures (Q, 1959-88)
State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures (Q, 1959-88)
Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts (Q, 1959-88)
Corporate Profits With Inventory Valuation Adjustment (Q, 1959-88)




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365
368
370
373
375




Introduction
This is the second of two volumes that present the revised national income and product accounts (NIPA) estimates
resulting from the most recent comprehensive, that is, benchmark, revision. This volume presents the set of NIPA tables
for 1959-88;1 summary information on the comprehensive
revision was released in December 1991.2 Volume 1, which
is scheduled for publication later in 1992, will present the
NIPA tables for 1929-58.
The 1991 comprehensive revision was the ninth of its kind
since the Commerce Department first published national income statistics in 1942. Comprehensive revisions, which
usually occur at about 5-year intervals, are so termed because of the scope of the changes incorporated and because of
the number of years subject to revision. These revisions involve three kinds of changes: Definitional and classificational
changes, which update the accounts to reflect the evolving
U.S. economy; statistical changes, which update the estimates to reflect shifts in the base period, to incorporate newly
available and revised source data, and to introduce new and
improved estimating procedures; and new and redesigned tables, which update the presentation of the NIPA's to reflect
the definitional, classificational, and statistical changes and to
make the tables more informative. (For specific information
about the 1991 comprehensive revision, see the SURVEY OF
CURRENT BUSINESS articles listed in the box on page M-3.)
This volume also presents definitions of the NIPA entries,
definitions of real output and related measures, and classifications of production found in the NIPA tables. These definitions and classifications reflect changes that were introduced
with the comprehensive revision in December 1991. Thus,
they supersede definitions provided in earlier publications.
Additional information on the conceptual framework of the
NIPA's and the methodologies used to prepare the estimates
is available in a series of methodology papers (MP's). MP-4
also contains an extensive annotated list of publications going
back to the mid-1970's. It should be noted, however, that
these publications do not reflect the definitional and classificational changes or the methodology changes introduced in
the most recent comprehensive revision. The list of the six
MP's that have been published is shown in the box on page
M-3.

1. The estimates in this volume—except those for the alternative measures of
constant-dollar real output and prices (see page M-10}—will not be revised again until
the next comprehensive revision.
2. Tables presenting estimates of gross domestic product by industry covering the
period 1977 to 1990 are scheduled for publication later in 1992.




Presentation of the NIPA's
Organization of the NIPA tables
The NIPA tables are grouped into nine categories:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

National Product and Income
Personal Income and Outlays
Government Receipts and Expenditures
Foreign Transactions
Saving and Investment
Income, Employment, and Product by Industry
Quantity and Price Indexes
Supplementary Tables
Seasonally Unadjusted Estimates

The "Supplementary Tables" category consists of tables
showing percentage changes in the major NIPA aggregates;
selected per capita series; auto, truck, farm sector, and
housing sector output; detail on several components of
gross national income—consumption of fixed capital, capital

Cycle of the NIPA Estimates
Quarterly estimates of gross domestic product (GDP) are released on the following schedule: "Advance" estimates are
released near the end of the first month after the end of the
quarter; as more detailed and comprehensive data become
available, "preliminary" and "final" estimates are released near
the end of the second and third months, respectively. Quarterly
estimates of gross national product (GNP), national income,
corporate profits, and net interest lag the GDP estimates by
one month: The first estimates of these items are released with
the preliminary GDP estimates, and the revised estimates are
released with the final GDP estimates. (The fourth-quarter estimates of these items lag by an additional month.) Monthly
estimates of personal income and outlays are released near the
end of the month following the reference month; estimates
for the two to four most recent months are revised at that
time. Ordinarily, annual revisions are carried out each July
and cover the months and quarters of the most recent calendar year and the 2 preceding years. (For example, the July
1992 revision covers 1989, 1990, and 1991.) These revisions
are timed to incorporate newly available major annual source
data. Comprehensive revisions are carried out at about 5-year
intervals.

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NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

consumption adjustment, business transfer payments, supplements to wages and salaries, rental income of persons,
dividends, and interest; imputations; and reconciliations of
several NIPA measures to the source data (for example, tax
return tabulations) from which they are derived or to which
they are closely related.
Tables are individually numbered both by category and
within categories. The first digit indicates the category, and
subsequent digits indicate the table number within that category. A letter suffix is used to represent major discontinuities
in coverage, for example, the edition of the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) underlying the estimates (see the
section on industry classification, page M-12).
From time to time, changes in the coverage or in the quality
of the statistics result in discontinuities in NIPA time series.
For example, beginning with 1960, the estimates cover the 50
States and the District of Columbia; before 1960, Alaska and
Hawaii were partly omitted. While it is not possible to identify all discontinuities, major discontinuities are indicated in
the tables. In addition to the use of letter suffixes to indicate
major discontinuities in coverage, other types of discontinuities are referenced in the footnotes; see, for example, those
for tables 2.2 through 2.7 and tables 4.1 through 4.4.
The full set of NIPA tables, which consists of 132 tables
and about 5,100 line items, contains annual, quarterly, and
monthly estimates. (The box "Cycle of the NIPA Estimates"
describes the schedule of release for the estimates.) The
complete list of NIPA tables on pages v-ix indicates the frequency of the estimates shown and the time period covered
in each table. Annual estimates are based on source data that
are typically not available on a quarterly or monthly basis.
Many of the tables with only annual estimates show detailed
breakdowns of components; for example, tables 5.6 and 5.7
show purchases of structures by type (in current and constant
dollars, respectively).
The index beginning on page 00 identifies the NIPA table (or tables) containing that line item. Commonly used
terms that differ from the NIPA wording are included, with a
reference to the appropriate NIPA item.

Publication of the NIPA tables
The "National Income and Product Accounts Tables" section
in the SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS is the primary vehicle for
the publication of the NIPA's. Except for years in which comprehensive revisions are released, July SURVEY issues contain
a full set of NIPA tables for the annual revisions. In months
other than July, a set of "Selected NIPA Tables" presents
the quarterly estimates that are released each month (and the
corresponding annual estimates). The selected set comprises
53 tables from the first eight categories listed above. (Seasonally unadjusted estimates are compiled only once a year
and thus are not included in the selected set of tables.) For
users' convenience in tracking specific estimates, the numbering system established for the full set of tables is retained
in the selected set; as a result, gaps in table numbering occur
in the presentation of the selected tables.
The SURVEY issue for a particular month presents the estimates released during that month; for example, advance




first-quarter estimates are released during the month of April
and appear in the April SURVEY. A note preceding the NIPA tables indicates whether the estimates are advance, preliminary,
or final.
Certain NIPA estimates also appear in other parts of the
SURVEY. The additional presentations described below show
estimates or analyses that do not fit neatly into the system or
publication schedule for the standard presentation.
"Reconciliation and Other Special Tables" regularly shows
tables that reconcile NIPA estimates to related series and
tables that present analytically useful extensions of NIPA
estimates. At present, tables in this section show the
reconciliation of relevant NIPA series to those in the balance of payments accounts and the reconciliation of BEA
compensation to Bureau of Labor Statistics earnings.
"Constant-Dollar Inventories, Sales, and Inventory-Sales
Ratios for Manufacturing and Trade" (in March, June,
September, and December) shows quarterly and monthly estimates for the series indicated. Also shown are quarterly
fixed-weighted inventory-sales ratios (using sales as weights)
and quarterly and monthly inventories for manufacturing by
stage of fabrication. The current-dollar sales figures are from
the Census Bureau and are deflated by BEA; the inventory
estimates are from the NIPA's.

Statistical conventions used for
NIPA estimates
Most of the estimates are presented in billions of dollars. The
major exceptions are certain current-dollar annual estimates,
which are presented in millions of dollars, and estimates presented as index numbers. Current-dollar estimates are valued
in the prices of the period in which the transaction takes

Alternative Media
Within minutes of their official release, BEA makes the NIPA
estimates available electronically through the Economic Bulletin Board (EBB) maintained by the U.S. Department of
Commerce's Office of Business Analysis (OBA). In addition,
BEA provides annual and quarterly NIPA estimates to the National Trade Data Bank (NTDB). The NTDB, which contains
over 50 information programs from 15 government agencies,
is produced monthly by OBA on Compact Disc Read-Only
Memory (CD-ROM). For information about the EBB and the
NTDB, call OBA at (202) 377-1986.
BEA also prepares recorded telephone messages summarizing key estimates immediately after their release: For gross
domestic product, call (202) 898-2451; for personal income
and outlays, call (202) 898-2452.
Many of the NIPA estimates are available on computer tape
and on diskettes. A complete listing of NIPA information products is available by writing the National Income and Wealth
Division, BE-54, Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, DC 20230, or by calling
(202) 523-0669.

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place. Constant-dollar estimates (see the section on real output and related measures, page M^IO) are valued in the prices
of a period designated the base period (at present, 1987),
thus removing price change from any period-to-period movement in the series. The designation of 1987 as the base
period also means that levels in 1987 are set equal to 100
in calculating quantity and price indexes and implicit price
deflators.
For quarters and months, the estimates (except indexes)
are presented at annual rates. Annual rates show values for
a quarter or a month at their annual equivalent (that is, the
value that would be registered if the rate of activity measured for a month or a quarter were maintained for a full
year). Annual rates make it easier to compare values for
time periods of different lengths—for example, quarters and
years.
The percent changes shown in table 8.1 are also expressed
at annual rates and are calculated from the published quarterly
estimates, which are rounded to the nearest one-tenth of a
billion dollars. The annual rates for quarterly percent changes

are calculated with a variant of the compound interest rate
formula:
r=

[<&H
(

x 100

where r is the percent change at an annual rate and Qt and
Qt-i are the quarterly estimates for a quarter and for the
preceding quarter, respectively.
Quarterly and monthly NIPA estimates are seasonally adjusted, if necessary. Seasonal adjustment removes from the
time series the average impact of variations that normally occur at about the same time and in about the same magnitude
each year—for example, weather, holidays, and tax payment
dates. In most cases, BEA uses source data that are seasonally
adjusted by the source agency; in others, the statistical procedures used by BEA—for example, the X-ll variant of the
Census Method II seasonal adjustment program—are based
on historical experience. After seasonal adjustment, cyclical
and other short-term changes in the economy stand out more
clearly.

Additional Information About the NIPA's
NIPA methodology
No. 1: An Introduction to National Economic Accounting.
(1985). 19 pp. $12.50 (NTIS Accession No. PB 85-247567).
No. 2: Corporate Profits: Profits Before Tax, Profits Tax Liability, and Dividends. (1985). 67 pp. $19.00 (NTIS Accession
No. PB 85-245397).
No. 3: Foreign Transactions. (1987). 52 pp. $19.00 (NTIS
Accession No. PB 88-100649).
No. 4: GNP: An Overview of Source Data and Estimating
Methods. (1987). 36 pp. $17.00 (NTIS Accession No. PB 88134838). The source data and estimating methods are updated in
the July 1992 SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS (see below).

No. 5: Government Transactions. (1988). 120 pp. $26.00
(NTIS Accession No. PB 90-118480).
No. 6: Personal Consumption Expenditures. (1990). 92 pp.
$4.50 (GPO Stock No. 003-010-00200-0).
NIPA Methodology Papers 1 through 5 (photocopies) are available from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS); to
order, write to U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA
22161 or call (703) 487-4650. NIPA Methodology Paper 6 is
available from the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO); to
order, write to New Orders, Superintendent of Documents, P.O.
Box 371954, Pittsburgh, PA 15250-7954 or call (202) 783-3238.
Reliability of the NIPA's
• The Use ofNational Income and Product Accounts for Public Policy: Our Successes and Failures (BEA Staff Paper




No. 43). (1985). 32 pp. $17.00 (NTIS Accession No.
PB 86-191541).
t "Evaluation of the GNP Estimates," August 1987 SURVEY
OF CURRENT BUSINESS.

Recent revisions of the NIPA's
The following is a list of articles in the SURVEY OF CURRENT
BUSINESS that cover the 1991 comprehensive revision and the
1992 annual revision.
• "Gross Domestic Product as a Measure of U.S.
Production," August 1991.
• "A Preview of the Comprehensive Revision of the National Income and Product Accounts: Definitional and
Classificational Changes," September 1991.
• "A Preview of the Comprehensive Revision of the
National Income and Product Accounts: New and
Redesigned Tables," October 1991.
• "The Comprehensive Revision of the U.S. National
Income and Product Accounts: A Review of Revisions and Major Statistical Changes," December
1991.
• "Alternative Measures of Change in Real Output and
Prices," April 1992.
• "The U.S. National Income and Product Accounts:
Revised Estimates," July 1992.




Definitions and Classifications Underlying the National
Income and Product Accounts
National income and product accounts
entries
Income and product aggregates are defined below, and their
definitions are amplified by definitions of their major components. The aggregates differ from each other because of
distinctions that are made between domestic measures and national measures, between gross and net concepts, and between
market-value and factor-cost concepts.
The remaining definitions are presented in the framework
of the five-account summary of the national income and product accounts (NIPA's) (shown in table A, page M-14). Each
entry has a counterentry, generally in another account. The
parenthetical numbers that follow an entry in table A identify
the counterentry by account and line number. With the exception of major income and product aggregates, entries are
usually defined in the sequence in which they appear in the
five-account summary. The definition is not repeated where
the counterentry appears, but a cross-reference is made to the
place of its first appearance. Following the five-account summary discussion, definitions for several additional items are
presented: Gross domestic purchases, final sales to domestic
purchasers, final sales of domestic product, population, personal saving as a percentage of disposable personal income,
U.S. residents, and the rest of the world.

Major aggregates
Effective with the 1991 comprehensive revision, BEA began
featuring gross domestic product (GDP), rather than gross
national product (GNP), as the primary measure of U.S. production. GDP is the market value of the goods and services
produced by labor and property located in the United States.
As long as the labor and property are located in the United
States, the suppliers (that is, the workers and, for property,
the owners) may be either U.S. residents or residents of the
rest of the world. GNP (1-28) covers the goods and services
produced by labor and property supplied by U.S. residents. As
long as the labor and property are supplied by U.S. residents,
they may be located either in the United States or abroad.
("U.S. residents" is defined on page M-9.)
To move from GDP to GNP, one must add receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world, which represent
the goods and services produced abroad using the labor and
property supplied by U.S. residents, and subtract payments of
factor income to the rest of the world, which represent the
goods and services produced in the United States using the




labor and property supplied by foreign residents. Factor incomes are measured as compensation of employees, corporate
profits (dividends, earnings of unincorporated affiliates, and
reinvested earnings of incorporated affiliates), and interest.
Net domestic product (NDP) is the net market value of the
goods and services attributable to labor and property located
in the United States and is equal to GDP less consumption
of fixed capital. It is U.S. production net of the fixed capital
"used up" in the production process during the accounting
period. Net national product (NNP) is the net market value
of goods and services attributable to the labor and property
supplied by the residents of the United States and is equal
to GNP less consumption of fixed capital. The measure of
consumption of fixed capital used for both NDP and NNP
relates only to fixed capital located in the United States.
Gross national income (1-26) is the costs incurred and
the profits earned in the production of GNP. Accordingly, it
equals GNP, except for the statistical discrepancy. Gross national income is the sum of (1) factor incomes—compensation
of employees, proprietors' income, rental income of persons, corporate profits, and net interest; (2) three nonfactor
incomes—business transfer payments, indirect business taxes,
and the current surplus of government enterprises less government subsidy payments; and (3) consumption of fixed
capital.
National income (1-19) is the sum of the factor incomes.
It is a net factor cost measure equal to the income that originates in the production of goods and services supplied by
the residents of the United States. Domestic income, also a
net factor cost measure, is the income that originates in the
production of goods and services attributable to labor and
property located in the United States.
To summarize, GDP is a gross market value measure, net
domestic product is a net market value measure, and domestic income is a net factor cost measure. The corresponding
national measures are GNP (gross market value), net national
product (net market value), and national income (net factor
cost).
Personal income is the income received by persons from
all sources—that is, from participation in production, from
both government and business transfer payments, and from
government interest (which is treated like a transfer payment).
"Persons" consists of individuals, nonprofit institutions that
primarily serve individuals, private noninsured welfare funds,
and private trust funds. Personal income is calculated as
the sum of wage and salary disbursements, other labor
income, proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments, rental income of persons
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with capital consumption adjustment, personal dividend income, personal interest income, and transfer payments to
persons, less personal contributions for social insurance.
Disposable personal income is personal income less personal tax and nontax payments. It is the income available to
persons for spending or saving.

National income and product account
GDP (defined above) is the sum of personal consumption
expenditures, gross private domestic investment (including
change in business inventories and before deduction of
charges for consumption of fixed capital), net exports of
goods and services (exports less imports), and government
purchases. GDP excludes business purchases of goods and
services on current account.
Personal consumption expenditures (1-31) is goods and
services purchased by persons resident in the United States.
Most of personal consumption expenditures (PCE) consists of
purchases of new goods and of services by individuals from
business. In addition, PCE includes purchases of new goods
and of services by nonprofit institutions, net purchases of used
goods by individuals and nonprofit institutions, and purchases
abroad of goods and services by U.S. residents traveling or
working in foreign countries.3 PCE also includes purchases
for certain services provided by the government—primarily
tuition payments for higher education and charges for medical care. Finally, PCE includes imputed purchases that keep
PCE invariant to changes in the way that certain activities
are carried out—for example, whether housing is rented or
owned or whether employees are paid in cash or in kind.
The following conventions are used to classify each PCE
commodity: Durable goods (1-32) are commodities that can
be stored or inventoried and that have an average life of at
least 3 years; nondurable goods (1-33) are all other commodities that can be stored or inventoried; and services (1-34) are
commodities that cannot be stored and that are consumed at
the place and time of purchase.
Gross private domestic investment (1-35) consists of fixed
investment (1-36) and change in business inventories (1—41).
Fixed investment consists of both nonresidential (1-37) fixed
investment and residential (1-^4-0) fixed investment. It is
measured without a deduction for consumption of fixed capital and includes replacements and additions to the capital
stock. It covers all investment by business and nonprofit
institutions in the United States, regardless of whether the
investment is owned by U.S. residents. (Public purchases
of equipment and structures is in the government purchases
account.) It excludes investment by U.S. residents in other
countries. Nonresidential fixed investment consists of both
structures (1-38) and producers' durable equipment (PDE)
d-39).
Nonresidential structures consists of new construction, brokers' commissions on sale of structures, and net purchases
of used structures by business and nonprofit institutions from
governments. New construction also includes hotels and
motels, and mining exploration, shafts, and wells.
3. Purchases of residential structures by individuals and nonprofit institutions that
primarily serve individuals are classified as gross private domestic investment.




Nonresidential PDE consists of private business purchases
on capital account of new machinery, equipment, furniture,
and vehicles (except for personal-use portions of equipment purchased for both business and personal use, which
are included in PCE), plus dealers' margins on sales of
used equipment, and net purchases of used equipment from
government, from persons, and from the rest of the world.
Residential fixed investment consists of both structures and
residential PDE—equipment owned by landlords and rented
to tenants. Investment in structures consists of new units,
improvements to existing units, mobile homes, brokers' commissions on the sale of residential property, and net purchases
of used structures from government.
Change in business inventories (1-41) is the change in the
physical volume of inventories held by business, valued in
average prices of the period. It differs from the change in the
book value of inventories reported by business; an inventory
valuation adjustment converts inventories valued at historical
cost to replacement cost. (The inventory valuation adjustment
is described below.)
Net exports of goods and services (1-42) is exports (1-43)
less imports (1-44) of goods and services. Receipts of factor
income are excluded from exports, and payments of factor
income are excluded from imports.
Government purchases (1-45) is purchases from business
(including net purchases of used goods), compensation of
government employees, and purchases from the rest of the
world. Receipts of certain services provided by government—
primarily tuition payments for higher education and charges
for medical care—are defined as government sales, which
are treated as deductions from government purchases. The
change in inventories and purchases of structures and equipment by government enterprises are included, but their
current-account purchases are not. Purchases does not include
transfer payments, interest paid by government, and subsidies.
Transactions in financial assets and land also are excluded.
Compensation of employees (1-1) is the income accruing
to employees as remuneration for their work. It is the sum of
wages and salaries and of supplements to wages and salaries.
Wages and salaries (1-2) consists of the monetary remuneration of employees, including the compensation of corporate
officers; commissions, tips, and bonuses; voluntary employee
contributions to certain deferred compensation plans such as
401 (k) plans; and receipts in kind that represent income.
Wages and salaries consists of disbursements (1-3) and wage
accruals less disbursements (1—4). Disbursements is wages
and salaries as just defined except that retroactive wages are
counted when paid rather than when earned.
Supplements to wages and salaries (1-5) consists of employer contributions for social insurance and other labor
income. Employer contributions for social insurance (1-6)
consists of employer payments under the following programs: Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance (social
security); hospital insurance; unemployment insurance; railroad retirement; government employee retirement; pension
benefit guaranty; veterans life insurance; publicly administered workers' compensation; military medical insurance; and
temporary disability insurance. Other labor income (1-7)
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sharing plans, private group health and life insurance plans,
privately administered workers' compensation plans, supplemental unemployment benefit plans, corporate directors' fees,
and several minor categories of employee compensation, including judicial fees to jurors and witnesses, compensation of
prison inmates, and marriage fees to justices of the peace.
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments (1-8) is the current-production income (including income in kind) of sole proprietorships and
partnerships and of tax-exempt cooperatives. The imputed
net rental income of owner-occupants of farm dwellings is
included. Dividends and monetary interest received by nonfinancial business and rental incomes received by persons not
primarily engaged in the real estate business are excluded;
these incomes are included in dividends, net interest, and
rental income of persons. (The inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments are described below.)
Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment (1-9) is the net current-production income of persons
from the rental of real property, except income of persons
primarily engaged in the real estate business; the imputed net
rental income of owner-occupants of nonfarm dwellings; and
the royalties received by persons from patents, copyrights,
and rights to natural resources. (The capital consumption
adjustment is described below.)
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments (1-10) is the income of organizations
treated as corporations in the NIPA's. These organizations
consist of all entities required to file Federal corporate tax returns, including mutual financial institutions and cooperatives
subject to Federal income tax; private noninsured pension
funds; nonprofit institutions that primarily serve business;
Federal Reserve banks; and federally sponsored credit agencies. The income is that arising from current production. With
several differences, this income is measured as receipts less
expenses as defined in Federal tax law. Among these differences are the following: Receipts exclude capital gains and
dividends received, expenses exclude depletion and capital
losses and losses resulting from bad debts, inventory withdrawals are valued at replacement cost, and depreciation is
on a consistent accounting basis and valued at replacement
cost. Because national income is defined as the income of
U.S. residents, its profits component includes income earned
abroad by U.S. corporations and excludes income earned in
the United States by the rest of the world. (The inventory
valuation and capital consumption adjustments are described
below.)
Profits before tax (1-11) is the income of organizations
treated as corporations in the NIPA's, as described above,
except that it reflects the inventory and depreciation accounting practices used for Federal income tax returns. It consists
of profits tax liability, dividends, and undistributed corporate
profits.
Profits tax liability (1-12) is the sum of Federal, State, and
local income taxes on all income subject to taxes; this income
includes capital gains and other income excluded from profits
before tax. The taxes are measured on an accrual basis, net
of applicable tax credits.




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Profits after tax (1-13) is profits before tax less profits tax
liability. It consists of dividends and undistributed corporate profits. Dividends (1-14) is payments in cash or other
assets, excluding the corporations' own stock, made by corporations located in the United States and abroad to stockholders
who are U.S. residents. The payments are measured net of
dividends received by U.S. corporations. Dividends paid to
State and local government social insurance funds and general government are included. Undistributed profits (1-15) is
corporate profits after tax less dividends.
Inventory valuation adjustment (1-16) for corporations is
the difference between the cost of inventory withdrawals as
valued in determining profits before tax and the cost of withdrawals valued at replacement cost. It is needed because,
under the accounting practices used by businesses to determine income as reported in the source data, inventories are
often charged to cost of sales (that is, withdrawn) at their acquisition (historical) cost rather than at their replacement cost
(the concept underlying the NIPA's). In periods of changing
prices, this practice results in profits (or losses) on inventoried goods. The inventory valuation adjustment (IVA) is
an estimate of inventory profits, but with the sign reversed.
Thus, adding the IVA to income removes the inventory profits, as is appropriate for a measure of current production. As
noted above, a similar adjustment is applied to change in
business inventories and nonfarm proprietors' income. No adjustment is needed to farm proprietors' income because farm
inventories are measured on a current-market-cost basis.
Net interest (1-18) is the interest paid by business less interest received by business, plus interest received from the rest
of the world less interest paid to the rest of the world. Interest payments on mortgage and home improvement loans are
counted as interest paid by business because home ownership
is treated as a business in the NIPA's. In addition to monetary interest, net interest includes imputed interest, which is
paid by corporate financial business. The imputed interest
paid by life insurance carriers and noninsured pension plans
credits their investment income to persons in the year it is
earned. The imputed interest payments by financial intermediaries other than life insurance carriers and private noninsured
pension plans to persons, governments, and to the rest of the
world have imputed service charges as counterentries in GNP;
they are included in personal consumption expenditures, in
government purchases, and in exports, respectively.
Business transfer payments (1-20) consists of payments to
persons (1-21) and to the rest of the world (1-22) for which
no current services are performed. Business transfer payments to persons consists primarily of liability payments for
personal injury and of corporate gifts to nonprofit institutions.
Business transfer payments to the rest of the world is nonresident taxes—taxes paid by domestic corporations to foreign
governments.
Indirect business tax and nontax liability (1-23) consists of
tax liabilities that are chargeable to business expense in the
calculation of profit-type incomes and of certain other business liabilities to government agencies (except government
enterprises) that are treated like taxes. Indirect business taxes
includes taxes on sales, property, and production. Employer
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corporate incomes are not included; these taxes cannot be
calculated until profits are known, and in that sense they are
not a business expense. Nontaxes includes regulatory and inspection fees, special assessments, fines and forfeitures, rents
and royalties, and donations. Nontaxes generally excludes
business purchases from government of goods and services
that are similar to those provided by the private sector. Government receipts from the sales of such products are netted
against government purchases so that they do not appear in
GDP.
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises
(1-24). Subsidies is the monetary grants paid by government
to business, including government enterprises at another level
of government. The current surplus of government enterprises
is their current operating revenue and subsidies received from
other levels of government less their current expenses. In the
calculation of their current surplus, no deduction is made for
depreciation charges and net interest paid. The current surplus of government enterprises is not counted as a profit-type
income, and therefore, it is not counted as a factor charge.
Subsidies and current surplus are shown as a combined entry
because deficits incurred by government enterprises may result from selling goods to business at below-market prices in
lieu of giving them subsidies.
Consumption of fixed capital (1-25) is a charge for the using up of fixed capital owned by entities defined as private
business in the NIPA's and located in the United States.4 It
is based on the use of uniform service lives, straight-line depreciation, and replacement cost. For nonprofit institutions
that primarily serve individuals, it is an imputation in personal consumption expenditures for the value of the current
services of the fixed capital assets owned and used by these
institutions. Capital consumption allowances consists of depreciation charges and accidental damage to fixed capital. For
corporate business and nonfarm proprietors, it is based on
depreciation as reported on Federal income tax returns. For
noncorporate farms and other private business, it is calculated by BEA based on expenditures for fixed capital, uniform
service lives, straight-line depreciation, and historical cost.
Capital consumption adjustment (1-17) for corporations is the
difference between depreciation as valued in determining the
income reported in the source data and what is referred to as
"economic depreciation"—depreciation as valued on the basis
of consistent accounting (economic service lives and straightline depreciation) and at replacement cost. It is equal to the
tax-return-based capital consumption allowances less the estimate of consumption of fixed capital. Similar adjustments are
calculated for proprietors' income, rental income of persons,
and nonprofit institutions that primarily serve individuals.
Statistical discrepancy (1-27) is GNP less gross national
income. It arises because GNP and gross national income are
estimated independently. (The statistical discrepancy is also
equal to GDP less gross domestic income.)
Receipts offactor income from the rest of the world (1-29)
consists of receipts by U.S. residents of interest and dividends, of reinvested earnings of foreign affiliates of U.S.
4. Prior to the 1991 comprehensive revision, this item was called "capital
consumption allowances with capital consumption adjustment."




corporations, and of compensation paid to U.S. residents by
foreigners.
Payments of factor income to the rest of the world (1-30)
consists of payments to foreign residents of interest and dividends, of reinvested earnings of U.S. affiliates of foreign
corporations, and of compensation paid to foreigners by U.S.
residents.

Personal income and outlay account
Wage and salary disbursements (see 1-3).
Other labor income (see 1-7).
Proprietors* income with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments (see 1-8).
Rental income of persons with capital consumption
adjustment (see 1-9).
Personal dividend income (2-11) is the dividend income of
persons from all sources. It equals net dividends paid by corporations (see 1-14) less dividends received by government
(2-13). Dividends received by government consists of dividends received by State and local governments, primarily by
their retirement systems.
Personal interest income (2-14) is the interest income
(monetary and imputed) of persons from all sources. It
equals net interest (see 1-18) plus interest paid by government
(2-16) less interest received by government (2-17) plus interest paid by persons (2-18). The last item consists of all
interest paid by individuals except mortgage interest.
Transfer payments to persons is income payments to persons for which no current services are performed. It consists
of business transfer payments to persons (see 1-21) and
government transfer payments (2-21). Government transfer
payments consists of benefits from the following social insurance funds: Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance
(social security); hospital insurance; supplementary medical
insurance; unemployment insurance; government employee
retirement; railroad retirement; pension benefit guaranty; veterans life insurance; workers' compensation; military medical
insurance; and temporary disability insurance. Government
transfer payments also includes benefits from certain other
programs: Veterans benefits, in addition to veterans life insurance; food stamps; black lung; supplemental security income;
and public assistance (including medicaid). Government payments to nonprofit institutions, other than for work under
research and development contracts, are also included.
Personal contributions for social insurance (2-22) includes payments by employees, by the self-employed, and by
other individuals who participate in the following programs:
Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance (social security); hospital insurance; supplementary medical insurance;
unemployment insurance; government employee retirement;
railroad retirement; veterans life insurance; and temporary
disability insurance.
Personal tax and nontax payments (2-1) is tax payments
(net of refunds) by persons resident in the United States that
are not chargeable to business expense and certain other personal payments to government agencies (except government
enterprises) that are treated like taxes. Personal taxes includes taxes on income, including realized net capital gains;

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on transfers of estates and gifts; and on personal property.
Nontaxes includes donations and fees, fines, and forfeitures.
Personal contributions for social insurance is not included.
Taxes paid by U.S. residents to foreign governments and taxes
paid by foreigners to the U.S. Government are both included
in transfer payments.
Personal outlays (2-2) is the sum of personal consumption
expenditures (see 1-31), interest paid by persons (see 2-18),
and personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net) (25). The last item is personal remittances in cash and in kind
to the rest of the world less such remittances from the rest of
the world.
Personal saving (2-6) is personal income less the sum of
personal outlays and personal tax and nontax payments. It
is the current saving of individuals (including proprietors),
nonprofit institutions that primarily serve individuals, life insurance carriers, private noninsured welfare funds, and private
trust funds. Personal saving may also be viewed as the sum
of the net acquisition of financial assets (such as cash and
deposits, securities, and the change in the net equity of individuals in life insurance and in private noninsured pension
plans) and the change in physical assets less the sum of net
borrowing and of consumption of fixed capital.

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government and government enterprises and net government
purchases of land and of rights to government-owned land
including oil resources, less net borrowing.

Foreign transactions account
Imports of goods and services (see 1-44).
Payments offactor income (see 1-30).
Transfer payments to rest of the world (see 1-22, 2-5, and
3-4).
Net foreign investment (4-10) is U.S. exports of goods and
services, receipts of factor income, and capital grants received
by the United States (net) (see below), less imports of goods
and services by the United States, payments of factor income,
and transfer payments to the rest of the world (net). It may
also be viewed as the acquisition of foreign assets by U.S.
residents less the acquisition of U.S. assets by foreign residents. It includes the statistical discrepancy in the balance of
payments accounts.
Exports of goods and services (see 1—43).
Receipts offactor income (see 1-29).
Capital grants received by the United States (net) (4-3) is
mainly the allocation of Special Drawing Rights to the United
States.

Government receipts and expenditures account
Personal tax and nontax payments (see 2-1).
Corporate profits tax liability (see 1-12).
Indirect business tax and nontax liability (see 1-23).
Contributions for social insurance (see 1-6 and 2-22).
Purchases (see 1-45).
Transfer payments (3-2) is transfer payments to persons
(see 2-21) and transfer payments to rest of the world (net)
(3-4). The latter consists of U.S. Government military and
nonmilitary grants in cash and nonmilitary grants in kind
to foreign governments and of U.S. Government transfers,
mainly retirement benefits, to former residents of the United
States.
Net interest paid (3-5) by government is interest paid by
government (see 2-16) less interest received by government
(see 2-17). Interest paid by government is interest paid by
government to persons and business and interest paid by government to the rest of the world, that is, to foreign businesses,
governments, and persons. Interest received by government
is interest received from business and from the rest of the
world. Interest paid consists of monetary interest paid on
public debt and other financial obligations. Interest received
consists of monetary and imputed interest received on loans
and investments, including on the balances of State and local
government social insurance funds.
Dividends received by government (see 2-13).
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises
(see 1-24).
Wage accruals less disbursements (see 1-4).
Surplus or deficit (-), national income and product accounts
(3-9) is the sum of government receipts (lines 12, 13, 14, and
15 of account 3) less the sum of government expenditures
(lines 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, and 8 of account 3). It may also be
viewed as the sum of the net acquisition of financial assets by




Gross saving and investment account
Personal saving (see 2-6).
Wage accruals less disbursements (see 1-4).
Undistributed corporate profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments (see 1-15, 1-16, and
1-17).
Consumption offixed capital (see 1-25).
Government surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts (see 3-9).
Capital grants received by the United States (net) (see 4-3).
Statistical discrepancy (see 1-27).
Gross private domestic investment (see 1-35).
Net foreign investment (see 4-10).

Other definitions
Gross domestic purchases is the market value of goods and
services purchased by U.S. residents, regardless of where
those goods and services were produced. It may be calculated
as GDP minus net exports of goods and services; equivalently,
it is the sum of personal consumption expenditures, gross private domestic investment, and government purchases. Final
sales to domestic purchasers is gross domestic purchases minus change in business inventories; equivalently, it is the sum
of personal consumption expenditures, gross private domestic
fixed investment, and government purchases. Final sales of
domestic product is GDP minus change in business inventories; equivalently, it is final sales to domestic purchasers plus
net exports.
Population is the total population of the United States,
including Armed Forces overseas and the institutionalized
population. The monthly estimate is the average of Census

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Bureau survey estimates for the first of the month and the first
of the following month; the quarterly and annual estimates
are the averages of the relevant monthly estimates.
Personal saving as a percentage of disposable personal income (DPI), frequently referred to as "the personal saving
rate," is calculated on a quarterly and an annual basis as the
ratio of personal saving to DPI. Monthly, the saving rate is
calculated as the ratio of an unweighted, centered 3-month
moving average of personal saving to a similarly calculated
average of DPI.
U.S. residents consists of individuals, governments, business enterprises, trusts, associations, and similar institutions
that have the center of their economic interest in the United
States and that reside or expect to reside in the United States
for 1 year or more. (For example, business enterprises resident in the United States include U.S. affiliates of foreign
companies.) In addition, U.S. residents includes all U.S. citizens who reside outside the United States for less than 1 year
and U.S. citizens residing abroad for 1 year or more who meet
one of the following criteria: Owners or employees of U.S.
business enterprises who reside abroad to further the enterprises' business and who intend to return within a reasonable
period; U.S. Government civilian and military employees and
members of their immediate families; and students who attend
foreign educational institutions.
Rest of the world consists of foreign residents who are
transactors with U.S. residents. Foreign residents include international institutions located in the United States, foreign
nationals employed by their home Governments in the United
States, and foreign affiliates of U.S. companies. Rest-ofthe-world production is production abroad that is attributable
to factors of production supplied by U.S. residents less the
production in the United States attributable to factors of production supplied by foreign residents. Production is measured
by the net inflow of labor and property incomes.

Real output and related measures
Real output
The tables in this volume contain, in addition to estimates
in current dollars, estimates in "real," or physical quantity,
terms—that is, estimates from which price change has been
removed. The featured measure of real GDP is a fixedweighted quantity series in which the weights are 1987 prices.
This series is expressed in constant dollars and as an index
with 1987 equal to 100.
The constant-dollar estimates of GDP are prepared at a detailed level using one of three methods. The method used for
most GDP components is deflation; that is, constant-dollar
estimates are obtained by dividing the most detailed currentdollar components by appropriate price indexes, with the base
period—at present, the year 1987—equal to 100. The other
two methods, quantity extrapolation and direct base-year valuation, are similar to each other in that they both use quantity
data. For quantity extrapolation, constant-dollar estimates
are obtained by extrapolating the base-year current-dollar estimates in both directions from the base period (1987) by




quantity indicators. For direct base-year valuation, constantdollar estimates are obtained by multiplying base-year prices
by actual quantity data for each period.
Two alternatives to constant-dollar real output measures
are based on the price weights for more than a single year.
These alternative indexes use the Fisher Ideal index formula
to provide a measure of change between two, not necessarily
adjacent, periods.5 In one alternative, the weights change
each year; in the other, the weights change each benchmark
year—that is, at about 5-year intervals.
The first alternative index is referred to as the chain-type
annual-weighted quantity index. For this alternative, a Fisher
Ideal quantity index is used to calculate the change from year
t — 1 to year t. Thus, the annual change is provided by the
geometric mean of the year t values of two fixed-weighted
quantity indexes, one of which uses prices of year t — 1 as
weights and the other, prices of year / as weights. Annual
changes computed in this manner are "chained" (multiplied)
together to form a time series.
The second alternative index is referred to as the
benchmark-years-weighted quantity index. For this alternative, the Fisher Ideal index formula is adapted to use weights
from two adjacent benchmark years, which are customarily
5 years apart. For each pair of adjacent benchmark years
and the interval between them, two fixed-weighted quantity
indexes are computed: One with the prices of the first benchmark year as weights, and the other with the prices of the
second benchmark year. The geometric mean of these indexes
is the benchmark-years-weighted quantity index. Cumulation
of the annual changes in the benchmark-years-weighted index is equal to the Fisher Ideal change calculated directly
from one benchmark to the next. Benchmark years are used
as weighting periods because, for components of GDP that
incorporate information from the quinquennial economic censuses, the benchmark-year price and quantity estimates are
considered to be more accurate than those for other years.

Price indexes
The featured measure of GDP prices is the fixed-weighted
GDP price index. It is a weighted average of detailed price
indexes for the goods and services that make up GDP using
weights that reflect the composition of GDP in 1987. Because
the same weights are used for each period, changes in this
index measure changes in prices over any period.
The fixed-weighted price indexes for several components of
GDP—producers' durable equipment, exports, and imports—
and for total GDP and the investment aggregates are not
shown for periods prior to 1982. For those periods, the combination of the high level and very rapid decline of the price
index for computers and the large 1987 quantity weights for
computers results in misleading measures of price change (see
page 39 of the article cited in footnote 5).
Two alternatives to the fixed-weighted price index are also
shown in this volume. They involve the use of the Fisher
Ideal index formula and are analogues to the two alternative
5. For more detail, see Allan H. Young, "Alternative Measures of Change in Real
Output and Prices," SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS 72 (April 1992): 3 2 ^ 8 .

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quantity measures discussed above. One alternative is referred to as the chain-type annual-weighted price index; the
other, as the benchmark-years-weighted price index.

Implicit price deflators
The implicit price deflator is a byproduct of the estimation
of constant-dollar GDP. It is derived as the ratio of currentto constant-dollar GDP (multiplied by 100). It is also a
weighted average of the detailed price indexes used in estimating constant-dollar GDP, but the indexes are combined
using weights that reflect the composition of GDP in each
period. Consequently, changes in the implicit price deflator
reflect not only changes in prices, but also changes in the
composition of GDP, and its use as a measure of price change
should be avoided.

Command-basis GNP and terms of trade
Another measure of constant-dollar product—command-basis
GNP—also is included in this volume. Command-basis GNP
measures the amount of the goods and services over which
a country has "command" as a result of current production;
that is, it measures U.S. production in terms of its purchasing
power. GNP and command-basis GNP differ in how constantdollar estimates are prepared: In estimating constant-dollar
GNP, the current-dollar value of exports of goods and services is deflated by export prices, the current-dollar value of
imports of goods and services is deflated by import prices,
and the current-dollar value of most factor income is deflated
by the implicit price deflator for net domestic product. In estimating the constant-dollar measure of command-basis GNP,
exports of goods and services and receipts of factor income
are deflated by the implicit price deflator for imports of goods
and services and payments of factor income.
The terms of trade measures the claim of a given level of
U.S. production on foreign production. It is calculated as the
ratio (with the decimal point shifted two places to the right)
of the implicit price deflator for the sum of exports of goods
and services and receipts of factor income to the implicit price
deflator for the sum of imports of goods and services and
payments of factor income.

Classifications of production
Type of product
Type of product classifications—goods (durable and nondurable), services, and structures—are presented in this
volume for GDP and for final sales of domestic product.
Goods are products that can be stored or inventoried, services
are products that cannot be stored and are consumed at the
place and time of purchase, and structures are products that
are generally constructed at the location where they will be
used and that typically have long economic lives.
If a product has characteristics of more than one of the
above classifications, it is classified on the basis of the dominant characteristic. Accordingly, the following products are




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included in goods: Restaurant meals; expenditures abroad
by U.S. residents other than for travel; replacement parts
whose installation cost is minimal; dealers' margins on used
equipment; and movable household appliances, such as refrigerators, even when they are included in the purchase price
of a new home. The following products are included in
services: Airline transportation and hospital charges, which
include food; natural gas and electricity; current operating
expense of nonprofit institutions, foreign travel by U.S. residents; expenditures in the United States by foreigners; repair
services, which include the cost of parts (except for replacement parts whose installation cost is minimal); defense
research and development; and exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment purchased and sold
by the Federal Government. The following products are included in structures: Mobile homes; certain types of installed
equipment, such as elevators and heating and air conditioning
systems; brokers' commissions on sale of structures; architectural and engineering fees included in the value of structures;
land development costs; and mining exploration, shafts, and
wells.6
In personal consumption expenditures, exports, imports,
and government purchases, durable goods have an average
life of at least 3 years. In fixed investment, producers' durable
equipment is goods, other than structures, with an average
life of at least 1 year. In change in business inventories,
goods held by manufacturing and trade establishments are
classified as durables or nondurables in accordance with the
classification of the industry holding the inventories. Inventories held by construction establishments are classified as
durables; inventories held by all other industries are classified
as nondurables.

Sector
In addition to the breakdowns of GDP that appear in the fiveaccount summary of the NIPA's (table A), this measure of
production also is shown in the tables of this volume for each
of the three sectors of the economy—business, households
and institutions, and general government. The production of
each of these sectors is defined below.
Business: Production by all entities that produce goods
and services for sale at a price intended at least to approximate
the costs of production (including profits) plus production
by certain other entities treated as business in the NIPA's.
It mainly covers the production of corporate and noncorporate private entities organized for profit. Also included
is production associated with mutual financial institutions,
private noninsured pension funds, cooperatives, nonprofit organizations (that is, entities determined to be nonprofit by the
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for purposes of determining
income tax liability) that primarily serve business, Federal
Reserve banks, federally sponsored credit agencies, and government enterprises.7 Owner-occupied housing as well as
buildings and equipment owned and used by nonprofit insti6. In the purchases of structures tables, compensation of government employees
engaged in new construction projects is included in purchases of structures.
7. For more detail on government enterprises, see the next section on legal form of
organization.

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tutions that primarily serve individuals are treated as business
entities selling their current services to their owners, and thus
are included in business product. Production of the business
sector can be measured either in terms of the net value of the
goods and services business produces or in terms of the costs
incurred and profits earned by business from production.
Households and institutions: Production by households,
consisting of families and unrelated individuals, and by nonprofit institutions that primarily serve individuals. Production
is measured by the compensation of the employees of these
entities.
General government: Production by all Federal Government and State and local government agencies except
government enterprises. Production is measured by the
compensation of the employees of these agencies.

Legal form of organization
For the domestic business sector, income and its components
are shown in the tables of this volume for four legal forms
of organizations—corporate business, sole proprietorships and
partnerships, other private business, and government enterprises (employee compensation only). The entities whose
production is included in each of these legal forms are
specified below.
Corporate business: All entities required to file Federal
corporate tax returns (IRS Form 1120 series), including mutual financial institutions and cooperatives subject to Federal
income tax, private noninsured pension funds, nonprofit institutions that primarily serve business, Federal Reserve banks,
and Federally sponsored credit agencies.
Sole proprietorships: All entities that would be required
to file IRS Schedule C (Profits or Loss from Business) or
Schedule F (Farm Income and Expenses) if the proprietor met
the filing requirements, together with owner-occupied farm
housing.
Partnerships: All entities required to file Federal partnership income tax returns, IRS Form 1065 (U.S. Partnership
Return of Income).
Other private business: All entities that would be required
to report rental and royalty income on the individual income
tax return in IRS Schedule E (Supplemental Income and Loss)
if the individual met the filing requirements, tax-exempt cooperatives, owner-occupied nonfarm housing, and buildings
and equipment owned and used by nonprofit institutions that
primarily serve individuals.
Government enterprises: Government agencies that cover a
substantial proportion of their operating costs by selling goods
and services to the public and that maintain their own separate
accounts. A "mixed" treatment of government enterprises is
used in the NIPA's, in which some types of transactions are
recorded as if they were part of the general government sector
and others as if they were part of the business sector.
Government enterprises are treated like other businesses
and included in the NIPA business sector in that (1) their
sales to final users are recorded in the business production
account; (2) their outlays for materials and business services
are considered intermediate rather than final and therefore
are eliminated in the consolidation of the business sector




production account; and (3) both their wage, salary, and
other compensation payments and their income are considered charges against business product rather than charges
against government product. Within the business sector, government enterprises are classified as noncorporate businesses.
The profit-like income of these businesses accrues to general
government and is called the current surplus of government
enterprises (see definition on page M-8).
Government enterprises are treated like other government
agencies and included in the NIPA government sector in that
(1) their interest payments are combined with those of general
government rather than those of business; (2) their purchases
of equipment and structures and their inventory change are
combined with general government purchases rather than with
business purchases in gross private domestic investment; and
(3) as a consequence of (2), no entries are recorded for
consumption of fixed capital.

Industry
Industrial distributions are presented in this volume for
national income and its components, capital consumption allowances, employment and hours, and the change in business
inventories and the stock of business inventories.8 The classification underlying the distributions of private activities is
based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).9
The industry distributions in most of the tables in category
6 "Income, Employment, and Product by Industry" are shown
as follows: Estimates for 1929 to 1948, based on the 1942
SIC, are shown in tables designated as part A (in volume 1
only); estimates for 1948 to 1987, based on the 1972 SIC, are
shown as part B; and estimates for 1987 forward, based on
the 1987 SIC, are shown as part C. The industry distributions
based on the 1987 SIC reflect the corresponding shift of most
of the NIPA source data. Estimates for earlier years, which
are now based on either the 1942 or the 1972 SIC, have not
been adjusted to the 1987 SIC because of a lack of adequate
source data. Instead, the estimates for 1987 are shown on
the basis of both the 1972 and the 1987 SIC. In volume 1
(1929-58), the estimates for 1948 are shown on the basis of
both the 1942 and 1972 SIC.
Industrial distributions of government activities are not provided; instead, they are combined into a single category. For
most series, separate estimates are shown for the activities
of the Federal Government, of State and local governments,
and of government enterprises. Expenditures by the Federal
Government and State and local governments are also shown
by type and function.
8. An industrial distribution of fixed investment is also prepared as part of the
procedure used to estimate capital stock. This distribution is based on data collected from establishments. For further information, write to the National Income and
Wealth Division (BE-54), Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce,
Washington, DC 20230.
9. See Standard Industrial Classification Manual, 1987, Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget (Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing
Office, 1988); Standard Industrial Classification Manual. 1972, Executive Office of
the President, Office of Management and Budget (Washington. DC: U.S. Government
Printing Office, 1972); and Standard Industrial Classification Manual, 1942, Executive
Office of the President, Bureau of the Budget (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government
Printing Office, 1942).

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
The industrial distributions for private activities are based
on data collected either from "establishments" or from "companies" (also called enterprises or firms). Establishments,
as defined for purposes of the SIC, are economic units,
generally at a single physical location, where business is
conducted or where services or industrial operations are performed. Companies consist of one or more establishments
owned by the same legal entity or group of affiliated entities. Establishments are classified into an SIC industry on
the basis of their principal product or service, and companies are classified into an SIC industry on the basis of the
principal SIC industry of all their establishments. Because
large multiestablishment companies typically own establishments that are classified in different SIC industries, industrial
distributions of the same economic activity for establishments
and companies can be significantly different. For example,
employment by steel-manufacturing companies differs from
employment by steel-manufacturing establishments because
the former includes employment by establishments that are
not classified as steel manufacturing and excludes employment by establishments that manufacture steel but are not
owned by steel-manufacturing companies.
For the NIPA series, industrial distributions on a consistent
establishment or company basis are not available. For the
following series, the industrial distributions are based on establishment data: Compensation of employees, employment,
hours, inventories, rental income of persons, farm proprietors' income, farm net interest, and farm noncorporate capital
consumption allowances. For nonfarm proprietors, industrial
distributions of proprietors' income, net interest, and capital
consumption allowances are based on company data. These
data are regarded as being substantially the same as if they
were based on establishment data because nearly all unincorporated companies own only a single establishment (and
the few multiestablishment companies usually own establishments in the same SIC industry). For corporations, industrial
distributions of profits, nonfarm net interest, and capital consumption allowances are based on company data. As a result,
the industrial distribution of national income presented in this
volume reflects a mix of establishment and company data.
In addition to the establishment-company data problem, individual industry series presented in this volume are not fully
comparable over time. Historical comparability is affected
primarily by two factors. First, in some instances, the composition of industries may change due to SIC changes, and
as noted above, information was lacking to permit BEA to




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conform the estimates for 1986 and earlier years to the 1987
SIC. This factor affects estimates based on establishment data
as well as those based on company data.
Second, historical comparability is affected because the industrial classification of the same establishment or company
may change over time. This factor affects company-based estimates much more than establishment-based estimates. The
classification of a company is subject to change due to the
following: Shifts in the level of consolidation of entities for
which company reports are filed; mergers and acquisitions;
and other shifts in principal activities, especially for large diversified firms. For example, the level of consolidation used
by corporations in filing their Federal income tax returns was
significantly altered in the 1930's and 1940's. Affiliated corporations were not allowed to file consolidated returns from
1934 to 1941; as a result, the company consisted only of
individual corporations. In other years, the company consisted of either an individual corporation or a grouping of
affiliated corporations. Changes in the level of consolidation
used by corporations in filing these returns affected the industrial distribution of corporate profits, net interest, and capital
consumption allowances, which are derived primarily from
tabulations of corporate tax returns.
In addition to the SIC industrial distributions of private
activities, some NIPA tables show the following special SIC
groupings, the titles of which correspond to the 1987 SIC:
Financial industries consists of the following SIC industries: Depository institutions; nondepository institutions;
security and commodity brokers; insurance carriers; regulated
investment companies; small business investment companies;
and real estate investment trusts.10
Nonfinancial industries consists of all other private
industries.
Commodity-producing industries consists of the following
SIC divisions: Agriculture, forestry, and fishing; mining;
construction; and manufacturing.
Distributive industries consists of the following SIC divisions: Transportation (excluding the U.S. Postal Service); communications; electric, gas, and sanitary services;
wholesale trade; and retail trade.
Service industries consists of the rest-of-the-world sector
and the following SIC divisions: Finance, insurance, and real
estate; and services.
10. Regulated investment companies, small business investment companies, and
real estate investment trusts are included in the SIC classification "holding and other
investment offices" and are not shown separately in the NIPA tables.

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Table A.—Summary National Income and Product Accounts, 1988
[Billions of dollars]
Line

Line
Account 1.—National Income and Product Account

2,921.3
2,443.0
2,443.0
0
478.3
247.8
230.5

Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Disbursements (2-7)
Wage accruals less disbursements (3-6 and 5-4)
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance (3-16)
Other labor income (2-8)
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and capital consumption
adjustments (2-9).
Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment (2-10)

10

324.3
43
.
365.0

16
17

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption
adjustments.
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability (3T13)
Profits after tax with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments.
Dividends (2-12)
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments (5-5).
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest (2-15)

Personal consumption expenditures (2-3)
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services

35
36
37
38
39
40
4
1
42
43
44

Gross private domestic investment (5-1)
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories

45
46
47
48
49

Government purchases (3-1)
Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

3,296.1
437.1
1,073.8

1,785.2
793.6
777.4
545.4
182.0
363.4
232.0
16.2

-27.3
44.7

18

3
1
32
33
34

387.7

11
12
13
14
15

347.5
137.0
228.0
115.3
112.6

Net exports of goods and services
Exports (4-1)
Imports (4-4)

-108.0
444.2
552.2
918.7
387.0
295.6
91.4
531.7

4,002.6

19

National Income

20
21
22
23
24

Business transfer payments
To persons (2-20)
To rest of the world (4-9)
Indirect business tax and nontax liability (3-14)
Less: Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises (3-7)

25

Consumption of fixed capital (5-6)

26

Gross national income

25.6
20.8
48
.
385.3
10.9
534.0
4,936.7
-28.4

27

Statistical discrepancy (5-9)

28

Gross national product

29

Less: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the world (4-2)

30

Plus: Payments of factor income to the rest of the world (4-5) ...

4,908.2
128.7
120.8
4,900.4

GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT

GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT

4,900.4

Account 2.—Personal Income and Outlay Account

See note at end of table.




Other labor income (1-7)

230.5

9

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and capital consumption
adjustments (1-8).

324.3

155.7

10

Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment (1-9)
Personal dividend income
Dividends (1-14)
Less: Dividends received by government (3-6)

108.4
115.3
6.9

Personal interest income
Net interest (1-18)
Interest paid by government (3-5)
Less: Interest received by government
Interest paid by persons (2-4)

583.2
387.7
229.9
128.1
93.7

Transfer payments to persons
From business (1-18)
From government (3-3)

576.7
20.8

22

PERSONAL TAXES, OUTLAYS, AND SAVING

Wage and salary disbursements (1-3)

8

19
20
21

Personal saving (5-3)

7

14
15
16
17
18

Personal outlays
Personal consumption expenditures (1-31)
Interest paid by persons (2-18)
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net) (4-7)

527.7
3,392.5
3,296.1
93.7
2.7

11
12
13

Personal tax and nontax payments (3-12)

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance (3-17)

4,075.9

PERSONAL INCOME

2,443.0

4.3

555.9
194.5
4,075.9

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Table A.—Summary National Income and Product Accounts, 1988—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
Line

Line
Account 3.—Government Receipts and Expenditures Account
Purchases (1-45)

918.7

Personal tax and nontax payments (2-1)

527.7

Transfer payments
To persons (2-21)
To foreigners (net) (4-8)

566.2
555.9
10.4

Corporate profits tax liability (1-12)

137.0

Indirect business tax and nontax liability (1-23)

385.3

Net interest paid

101.8

Contributions for social insurance
Employer (1-6)
Personal (2-22)

442.3
247.8
194.5

Less: Dividends received by government (2-13)

6.9

7

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises (1-24)

8

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements (1-4)

10.9
0

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and product accounts (5-7) ....
Federal
State and local

-98.3
-136.6
38.4

GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES AND SURPLUS

9
10
11

1,492.4

GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS

1,492.4

Account 4.—Foreign Transactions Account
Exports of goods and services (1^t3)

444.2

Imports of goods and services (1-44)

552.2

Receipts of factor income (1-29)

128.7

Payments of factor income (1-30)

120.8

Capital grants received by the United States (net) (5-8)

0

Transfer payments to foreigners (net)
From persons (net) (2-5)
From government (net) (3-4)
From business (1-22)
Net foreign investment (5-2)

RECEIPTS FROM REST OF THE WORLD

572.9

PAYMENTS TO REST OF THE WORLD

17.8
2.7
10.4
4.8
-118.0
572.9

Account 5.—Cross Saving and Investment Account

1 Gross private domestic investment (1-35)
2 Net foreian investment (4-10)

793 6
-1180

3 Personal saving (2-6)
4 Wage accruals less disbursements (1-4)
5

Undistributed corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments (1-15).

155.7

0
112.6

6 Consumption of fixed capital (1-25)

534.0

7 Government surplus or deficit (-), national income and product

-98.3

accounts (3-9).

8 Capital grants received by the United States (net) (4-3)
9 Statistical discrepancy (1-27)
GROSS INVESTMENT

675.6

NOTE.—Numbers in parentheses indicate accounts and items of counterentry in the accounts. For example, line
3 of account 1 is shown as "wage and salary disbursements, (2-7)"; the counterentry is shown in account 2, line
Most of the estimates corresponding to the entries on the left-hand side of account 1 are shown in table 1.14
and table 1.9. Estimates corresponding to the entries on the right-hand side of account 1 are shown in table 1.1.
Most of the estimates corresponding to the entries in account 2 are shown in table 2.1.
Most of the estimates corresponding to the entries in account 3 are shown in table 3.1 (annual only). Estimates




GROSS SAVING AND STATISTICAL DISCREPANCY

0
-28.4
675.6

for Federal Government receipts and expenditures are shown in table 3.2 and for State and local government, in
table 3.3 (quarterly and annual).
Estimates corresponding to the entries in account 4 are shown in table 4.1.
Estimates corresponding to the entries in account 5 are shown in table 5.1.




NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

1. National Product and Income
Table 1.1—Gross Domestic Product
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1959

1960

1962

1961

1964

1963

1965

1967

1966

1970

1971

1972

1973

494.2

603.1

648.0

702.7

769.8

814.3

959.5

1,010.7

1,097.2

1,207.0

1,349.6

364.4

3842

412.5

444.6

481.6

509.3

603.7

646.5

700.3

767.8

848.1

43.5
153.1
135.9

41.9
157.4
144.1

47.0
163.8
153.6

51.8
169.4
163.1

56.8
179.7
175.9

63.5
191.9
189.2

68.5
208.5
204.6

70.6
216.9
221.7

81.0
235.0
243.1

86.2
252.2
265.3

85.3
270.4
290.8

97.2
283.3
319.8

110.7
305.2
351.9

124.1
339.6
384.5

78.7

77.9

87.9

93.4

101.7

118.0

130.4

128.0

139.9

155.2

150.3

175.5

205.6

243.1

74.6
46.5
18.1
28.3
28.1
4.2
5.7
-1.6

Fixed investment
Presidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services

571.6

343.5

78.8

Services
Gross private domestic investment

531.8

332.4

42.8
148.5
126.8

Durable goods
Nondurable goods

513.4

318.1

Gross domestic product
Persona! consumption expenditures

75.5
49.2
19.6
29.7
26.3
3.2
2.7
.6

75.0
48.6
19.7
28.9
26.4
2.9
2.0
.9

81.8
52.8
20.8
32.1
29.0
6.1
5.5
.6

87.7
55.6
21.2
34.4
32.1
5.7
5.2
.5

96.7
62.4
23.7
38.7
34.3
5.0
6.2
-1.2

108.3
74.1
28.3
45.8
34.2
9.7
8.9

116.7
84.4
31.3
53.0
32.3
13.8
14.3
-0.5

117.6
85.2
31.5
53.7
32.4
10.5
9.6
.9

130.8
92.1
33.6
58.5
38.7
9.1
7.8
1.4

145.5
102.9
37.7
65.2
42.6
9.7
9.7
0

148.1
106.7
40.3
66.4
41.4
2.3
3.1
-0.8

167.5
111.7
42.7
69.1
55.8
8.0
6.4
1.7

195.7

225.4
150.0
55.0
95.1
75.3
17.7
16.2
1.5

126.1
47.2

78.9
69.7
9.9
9.6
.3

-1.7

Imports

2.4

3.4

2.4

3.3

5.5

3.9

1.9

1.4

-1.3

-1.2

1.2

-3.0

-8.0

0.6

20.6
22.3

Exports

25.3
22.8

26.0
22.7

27.4
25.0

29.4
26.1

33.6
28.1

35.4
31.5

38.9
37.1

41.4
39.9

45.3
46.6

49.3
50.5

57.0
55.8

59.3
62.3

66.2
74.2

91.8
91.2

99.0

107.0

116.8

122.3

128.3

136.3

155.9

175.6

191.5

201.8

212.7

224.3

241.5

257.7

55.3
45.3
10.0
44.5

58.6
47.9
10.6
48.4

65.4
52.1
13.3
51.4

66.4
51.5
14.9
55.8

67.5
50.4
17.0
60.9

69.5
51.0
18.5
66.8

81.3
62.0
19.3
74.6

92.8
73.4
19.4
82.7

99.2
79.1
20.0
92.3

100.5
78.9
21.6
101.3

100.1
76.8
23.3
112.6

100.0
74.1
25.9

106.9
77.4
29.4
134.7

108.5
77.5
31.1
149.2

1976

1977

1978

1979

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1,458.6

1,585.9

1,768.4

1,974.1

2,232.7

2,488.6

2,708.0

3,030.6

3,149.6

3,405.0

3,777.2

4,038.7

4,268.6

4,539.9

4,900.4

927.7

1,024.9

1,143.1

1,271.5

1,421.2

1,583.7

1,748.1

1,926.2

2,059.2

2,257.5

2,460.3

2,667.4

2,850.6

3,052.2

3,296.1

123.0
380.8
423.9

134.3
416.0
474.5

160.0
451.8
531.2

182.6
490.4
598.4

202.3
541.5
677.4

214.2
613.3
756.2

212.5
682.9
852.7

228.5
744.2
953.5

236.5
772.3
1,050.4

275.0
817.8
1,164.7

317.9

389.6

873.0
1,269.4

352.9
919.4

952.2

1,395.1

403.7
1,011.1
1,637.4

437.1
1.073.8
1,785.2

226.0

286.4

358.3

434.0

480.2

467.6

558.0

503.4

546.7

1,508.8

245.8

718.9

714.5

749.3

793.6

717.6

231.5
165.6
61.2
104.3
66.0
14.3
17.0
-2.8

231.7
169.0
61.4
107.6
62.7
-5.7
-9.0
3.4

269.6
187.2
65.9
121.2
82.5
16.7
17.6
-0.8

333.5
223.2
74.6
148.7
110.3
24.7
20.2
4.5

406.1
274.5
93.9
180.6
131.6
27.9
26.5
1.4

467.5
326.4
118.4
208.1
141.0

532.5
410.0
169.1

12.8
9.2
3.6

477.1
353.8
137.5
216.4
123.3
-9.5
-3.4
-6.1

8.8

519.3
413.7
178.8
234.9
105.7
-15.9
-21.7
5.8

552.2
400.2
153.1
247.1
152.0
-5.5
9.8
-15.4

647.8
468.9
175.6
293.3
178.9
71.1
65.4
5.7

723.0
497.8
171.3
326.5
225.2
26.3
32.7
-6.4

VIA
545.4
182.0
363.4
232.0
16.2
27.5
-11.3

-3.1

13.6

-2.3

-23.7

-26.1

-23.8

-14.7

-14.7

-20.6

-51.4

124.3
127.5

136.3
122.7

148.9
151.1

158.8
182.4

186.1
212.3

228.9
252.7

279.2
293.9

303.0
317.7

282.6
303.2

288.3

321.4

341.3

368.0

403.6

448.5

507.1

561.1

117.6
82.6
35.0
170.7

Government purchases

129.4
89.6
39.8
192.0

135.8
93.4
42.4
205.5

147.9
100.9
47.0
220.1

162.2
108.9
53.3
241.4

179.3
121.9
57.5
269.2

209.1
142.7
66.4
298.0

240.8
167.5
73.3
320.3

57.1
46.4
10.8
41.8

Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local
Line
Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic investment
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services
Exports
Imports
Government purchases
Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

1974

689.9
504.0
193.4
310.6

709.0
492.4
174.0
318.4
216.6
8.6
10.1

-102.7

185.9
24.6
18.9
5.8
-115.6

-132.5

-143.1

-108.0

276.7
328.1

302.4
405.1

302.1
417.6

319.2
451.7

364.0
507.1

444.2
552.2

607.6

652.3

700.8

772.3

833.0

881.5

918.7

266.6
193.8
72.7
341.1

240.9
122.5
25.4
16.7

1960

124.3

292.0
214.4
77.5
360.3

310.9
233.1
77.8
389.9

344.3
258.6
85.7
428.1

367.8
276.7
91.1
465.3

384.9
292.1
92.9
496.6

387.0
295.6
91.4
531.7

1961

-1.5

1963

1962

Line

Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic investment.
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services .
Exports
Imports
Government purchases
Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local
See note at end of table.




483.5

496.2

561.9

588.1

596.7

351.7

356.2

366.4

372.7

376.3

380.6

42.3
157.4
144.8

44.3
159.6
147.8

45.3
161.5
149.4

162.9
152.7

47.1
164.4
154.8

49.1
166.3
157.3

50.2
167.5
158.6

51.5
168.2
161.0

75.4

82.2

84.0

89.3

87.9

85.4

90.3

91.8

73.8
48.3
19.6
28.7
25.5
1.6
1.0
.6

75.5
48.6
19.7
28.9
26.9
6.7
5.7
.9

78.0
50.2
19.6
30.6
27.8
6.0
4.6
1.4

79.8
51.4
20.0
31.4
28.4
9.5
8.0
1.5

82.2
53.0
20.8
32.2
29.2
5.6
5.4
.2

82.4
53.2
20.9
32.3
29.1
3.1
2.7
.4

83.3
53.1
20.2
32.9
30.2
7.0
5.1
1.9

86.9
54.7
21.2
33.5
32.2
4.9

514.0

512.9

515.8

510.8

323.8

327.3

333.4

333.4

335.5

43.3
150.9
133.1

44.2
153.8
135.4

43.7
153.4
136.3

42.5
154.4
138.6

40.0
155.9
140.5

41.0
156.8
143.5

78.4

68.1

70.2

77.8
49.4
19.4
30.1
28.4
11.3
10.7
.6

76.3
50.2
19.5
30.7
26.1
3.0
2.2

74.2
48.9
19.4
29.5
25.3
4.2
3.2
1.0

73.8
48.5
20.0
28.4
25.3
-5.7
-5.4
-0.2

72.7
47.4
19.9
27.5
25.3
-2.6
-3.1
.6

515.1

576.2

549.5

500.5
321.7

310.5

525.9

536.6

341.4

569.4

41.6
146.2
122.7

43.4
147.6
125.4

44.2
149.2
128.2

42.0
150.8
131.0

76.7

82.7

76.3

79.4

72.3
44.5
17.4
27.1
27.8
4.4
4.7
-0.3

74.9

75.1
47.6
18.5
29.1
27.5
4.3

-1.9

76.1
47.8
18.6
29.1
28.3
.2
2.5
-2.3

6.1
-1.8

-1.7

-2.5

-1.1

-1.4

0.9

1.7

3.0

4.0

4.4

3.3

2.8

2.9

2.3

3.2

2.9

1.5

2.0

3.7

19.7
21.4

20.0
22.5

21.8
22.9

21.1
22.5

24.2
23.3

25.2
23.5

25.9
22.9

25.8
21.7

26.1
21.7

25.2
21.9

26.1
23.3

26.8
23.9

26.6
24.3

28.1
24.9

28.0
25.1

27.0
25.5

27.2
25.2

29.6
25.9

98.0

99.6

99.5

98.7

96.7

98.4

100.9

103.1

1042

105.9

107.1

110.8

114.1

116.1

117.9

119.2

119.5

120.5

56.3
46.9
9.4
41.7

57.7
46.3
11.5
41.9

57.6
46.3
11.3
41.9

56.9
45.9
11.0
41.7

53.7
44.7
9.1
42.9

54.2
44.6
9.6
44.2

55.8
45.6
10.2
45.1

57.3
46.2
11.1
45.8

56.7
46.9
9.7
47.5

58.2
47.6
10.6
47.6

58.7
47.8
10.9
48.4

60.6
49.4
11.2
50.2

63.7
51.9
11.8
50.4

65.1
52.3
12.8
51.0

66.2
52.1
14.1
51.7

66.7
52.0
14.7
52.6

65.4
51.3
14.1
54.1

65.6
51.6
14.0
54.9

46.1
18.0
28.1
28.8
7.8

9.7

82.9
53.7
21.4
32.3
29.2
6.2
5.9
.2

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.1 .—Gross Domestic Product—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1964

1963

1965

1966

Line

1967

609.4

643.6

654.1

679.8

691.9

708.3

730.7

753.1

7622

775.3

7883

797.7

803.8

8203

835.3

401.7

409.4

418.1

420.6

4312

438.2

447.4

461.5

471.8

4763

486.1

491.7

496.6

506.1

513.5

521.0

53.3
1712
167.9

55.4
175.3
171.1

56.8
178.5
174.2

58.6
182.0
177.5

56.6
183.1
180.9

62.1
185.6
183.5

61.9
189.1
187.1

63.8
192.8
190.8

66.1
200.0
195.5

692
204.2
198.5

66.5
207.7
202.6

69.1
210.7
206.4

69.3
211.4
210.9

67.8
213.7
215.1

71.2
215.5
219.4

71.3
217.8
224.3

72.2
220.6
2282

94.7

Services
Gross private domestic investment.

6343

392.3

522
170.7
164.8

Durable goods
Nondurable goods

618.3

387.7

Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures

96.6

100.6

100.4

101.5

104.4

115.8

115.8

119.1

121.3

130.5

1293

129.4

1313

126.6

1223

129.5

133.5

91.8
58.1
21.9
362
33.7
4.8
4.2

95.0
59.6
22.4
37.2
35.4
5.6

95.6
61.4
23.4
38.0
342
4.8
6.1
-1.2

972
63.5
24.3
39.3
33.7
4.3
6.1
-1.8

65.2
24.8
40.3
33.8
5.4
6.5
-1.1

103.5
69.7
26.1
43.5
33.9
12.3
11.9
.3

106.6
72.4
282
44.3
342
92
8.0
1.1

109.6
75.3
28.5
46.8
34.3
9.5
8.7

113.4
78.9
30.4
48.5
34.5
7.8
6.8
1.0

117.0
822
31.1
51.1
34.8
13.5.
12.8
.6

117.4
84.2
31.2
53.0
332
12.5
14.1
-1.7

117.2
85.3
31.9
53.4
31.9
122
12.7
-0.6

114.9
85.7
31.2
54.5
29.2
17.0
17.4
-0.4

112.7
84.3
31.7
52.7
28.3
14.0
12.9
1.1

1162
84.5
30.9
53.6
31.6
6.4
4.5
1.9

118.1
84.7
31.5
532
33.4
11.4
10.8

123.3
87.2
32.0
55.3
36.0
10.2
102
0

Fixed investment
Presidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services .
Exports

56.3
21.4
34.9
32.5
5.9
6.6
-0.6
3.1

4.4

5.9

4.9

5.4

5.7

3.0

4.7

3.7

4.1

32

2.0

0.8

1.5

2.3

2.1

1.1

0.2

29.8
26.7

31.1
26.8

32.9
27.0

32.6
27.7

33.9
28.4

35.0
29.3

31.5
28.5

36.3
31.7

35.7
32.0

38.0
33.9

38.2
35.0

382
362

39.0
382

40.4
38.8

41.7
39.4

41.1
39.0

40.7
39.5

41.9
41.7

Government purchases

124.0

125.0

126.6

128.8

129.0

129.1

1293

133.3

1382

143.8

147.5

1533

159.0

163.4

1722

173.1

176.3

180.6

Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

67.4
51.4
16.0
56.5

672
51.6
15.6
57.8

67.6
512
16.4
59.0

68.2
50.9
17.3
60.6

67.4
50.3
17.1
61.5

66.6
49.4
17.2
62.5

66.1
48.6
17.6
63.6

67.6
49.7
17.9
65.6

70.0
50.9
19.1
68.2

74.1
54.7
19.3

75.9
56.8
19.1
71.6

802
60.1
20.1
73.3

83.8
64.4
19.4
752

85.3
66.8
18.4
78.1

91.8
71.3
20.4
80.4

91.4
72.4
19.0
81.7

93.2
74.5
18.7
83.1

95.0
75.5
19.5
85.6

62
-0.6

1969

1970

1971

1972

Une

Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic investment.
Fixed investment
NonreskJential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Farm
Net exports of goods and services
Exports
Imports
Government purchases
Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

859.6

883.7

9003

913.7

9373

951.1

970.7

978.8

989.7 1,003.8 1,022.8 1,026.4 1,069.8 1,0882 1,108.4 1,122.3 1,1603 1,192.5

539.0

5523

568.3

576.6

587.9

598.5

608.3

620.0

631.0

641.1

6533

660.3

679.6

706.0

722.1

739.2

757.1

77.3
227.6
234.1

79.3
232.6
240.6

83.6
238.6
246.1

83.8
241.1
251.6

85.8
245.5
256.6

86.2
250.2
262.1

86.4
2542
267.6

86.5
258.8
274.7

852
264.7
281.1

86.4
2682
286.5

87.3
271.9
294.3

82.5
276.5
301.3

93.1
278.3
3082

95.9
282.0
315.8

98.1
284.4
323.4

101.9
288.5
331.7

105.3
293.2
340.8

108.5
301.5
347.2

135.3

141.7

140.3

142.4

154.3

154.1

159.1

153.3

148.6

150.2

154.0

1483

169.2

1752

180.1

177.7

1922

203.3

127.5
90.6
33.1
57.6
36.9
7.8
4.7
3.1

128.0
89.9
332
56.7
382
13.7
9.6
4.1

130.7
91.8
332
58.6
38.9
9.6
9.8
-0.2

137.0
96.0
34.8
61.3
40.9
5.4
7.0
-1.6

142.7
99.5
35.8
63.7
432
11.6
10.0
1.6

144.8
101.4
36.7
64.7
43.4
9.3
8.4

1462

.9

148.3
105.1
38.9
66.1
43.2
10.9
12.3
-1.5

146.5
105.8
39.5
66.4
40.7
2.1
.4
1.7

146.5
107.1
40.3
66.8
39.4
3.7
3.9
-0.2

148.6
108.2
40.6
67.6
40.4
5.4
7.8
-2.4

150.6
105.7
40.8
64.9
45.0
-22
.3
-2.5

156.8
108.2
41.5
66.7
48.6
12.4
9.9
2.5

165.7
111.1
42.3
68.8
54.6
9.5
6.2
3.2

170.7
112.4
43.1
69.3
58.3
9.4
7.3
2.1

176.8
115.3
43.8
71.5
61.5
.9
2.0
-1.1

1872
120.6
45.8
74.8
66.6
5.0
5.5
-0.5

191.7
123.5
46.6
76.9
68.2
11.6
10.4
12

-12

-0.6

-1.3

-1.9

-13

-1.8

-1.3

0.1

1.1

2.4

03

0.4

0.8

-3.8

-3.1

-6.0

-8.6

-8.3

432
44.4

44.8
45.4

47.0
482

46.2
48.2

41.9
43.8

50.9
52.7

51.0
52.4

53.2
53.1

54.7
53.5

57.6
55.2

57.3
56.4

58.3
57.9

59.5
58.7

59.5
63.3

62.4
65.5

55.9
61.9

63.5
72.2

63.1
71.4

186.5

190.0

192.9

196.7

1963

200.2

204.6

205.4

2083

210.0

214.5

217.3

220.2

2232

225.5

2283

238.1

240.4

98.0
78.3
19.8
88.5

98.6
79.4
192
91.4

99.4
79.1
20.4
93.5

100.6
79.8
20.8
96.1

78.2
21.5
100.6

1022
79.9
22.4
102.4

101.3
79.9
21.4
104.1

101.4
78.8
22.6
107.5

99.6
76.0
23.6
110.4

99.6
76.1
23.5
114.8

99.8
762
23.6
117.5

99.5
75.6
23.9
120.6

99.7
73.8
25.9
123.5

100.2
72.9
27.4
125.2

100.5
74.0
26.5
128.1

107.0
78.3
28.7
131.0

108.1
78.6
29.5
132.3

Gross domestic product
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic investment.
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services
Exports
Imports
Government purchases
Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local
See note at end of table.




1974

1973

1972

Personal consumption expenditures

77.8
21.1
98.0

105.6
39.4
662
40.7
7.1
8.0
-1.0

1975

1976

1217.7 12563 1,304.4 1,3343 1,358.4 1,4012 1,4103 1,444.1 1,474.7 1,504.8 1,513.6 1,552.1 1,614.4 1,663.3 1,717.8 1,746.4 1,779.9 1,829.6
775.1

799.7

824.0

857.3

872.6

891.0

919.0

946.7

954.2

9783 1,0083 1,042.1 1,070.3 1,104.8 1,1243 1,153.9 1,189.1

111.8
308.5
354.8

117.4
317.4
364.9

125.7
327.0
371.3

124.6
333.6
380.6

124.3
344.0
388.9

121.7
353.7
3972

119.5
365.6
405.9

123.6
376.7
418.6

129.5
388.0
429.2

119.3
392.9
442.0

124.0
400.3
454.6

209.4

2173

232.1

241.4

240.1

258.7

2413

247.7

244.4

249.3

211.0

195.8
126.3
47.3
78.9
69.6
13.6
12.8
.8

208.1
133.8
49.0
84.9
74.3
9.4
9.8
-0.3

219.0
1412
51.3
89.9
77.9
13.1
17.6
-4.6

224.7
149.0
54.1
94.9
75.8
16.7
13.5
3.3

228.7
153.7
56.8
96.8
75.0
11.4
9.7
1.7

229.1
156.4
57.7
98.6
72.7
29.6
23.9
5.7

228.0
159.0
59.0
100.0
69.0
13.8
17.0
-3.2

2312
163.7
61.3
102.3
67.5
16.5
17.8
-1.3

235.9
168.5
61.4
107.1
67.4
8.5
9.4
-0.9

231.0
171.0
63.2
107.8
60.0
18.3
24.1
-5.8

223.9
166.3
61.7
104.6
57.7
-12.9
-19.3
6.4

-73

-7.1

-4.4

-1.1

32

4.7

4.3

-5.6

-9.1

-2.1

13.1

662
74.1

72.1
792

81.0
85.4

88.3
89.5

94.3
91.1

103.4
98.7

114.6
110.3

123.7
129.4

124.5
133.6

134.4
136.6

241.1

2463

252.7

255.4

257.7

265.1

273.8

283.1

292.8

105.6
76.1
29.6
135.5

106.7
76.7
29.9
139.9

108.9
78.0
30.9
143.7

108.5
77.6
30.9
146.9

107.0
75.8
312
150.7

109.8
78.5
31.3
155.4

112.3
79.1
332
161.5

114.3
82.0
32.3

118.8
82.9
35.9
174.0

129.1
411.1
468.1

138.9
423.0
480.1

145.4
429.8
495.1

155.2
439.4
510.3

2103

236.3

2462

225.9
166.0
60.4.
105.6
59.9
-15.4
-17.1
1.7

234.4
169.7
61.3
108.4
64.6
1.9
.9
1.0

242.6
173.9
62.0
111.8
68.7
3.7
-0.6
4.3

16.6

11.6

138.0
124.9

131.8
115.2

303.4

310.5

124.9
86.5
38.4
178.5

126.1
87.7
38.4
184.4

157.5
446.3
520.8

160.8
455.8
537.2

166.6
465.8
556.7

271.3

284.6

289.7

299.8

255.2
179.1
64.1
115.0
76.2
16.1
16.5
-0.3

264.0
183.4
65.1
118.3
80.7
20.6
23.2
-2.6

270.4
189.8
66.7
123.1
80.6
19.2
17.1

288.9
196.4
67.8
128.6
92.5
10.9
13.4
-2.5

12.9

42

-1.1

-5.0

-72

133.7
122.1

141.7
128.7

143.1
138.9

146.0
147.1

150.9
155.9

155.4
162.7

316.7

324.5

3333

337.4

338.4

341.3

347.9

127.7
88.3
39.3
189.1

129.8
89.9
39.9
194.7

134.1
92.5
41.6
199.7

1332
91.4
41.8
204.2

134.0
92.3
41.7
204.3

135.7
93.8
41.9
205.6

140.1
96.2
44.0
207.8

2.1

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.1.—Gross Domestic Product—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1977

1978

1980

1979

Line
Gross domestic product

1,881.7

1,952.9

2,015.1

2,046.8

2,090.2

2,213.9

2,274.7

2,352.0

2,399.2

2,453.3

1,225.5

1,253.5

1,284.7

1,322.4

1,351.7

1,410.1

1,442.7

1,480.3

1,520.4

1,554.8

175.2
477.4
572.9

180.3
485.6
587.6

184.6
492.0
608.2

190.5
506.9
625.0

187.9
516.7
647.1

205.3
534.5
670.2

205.5
549.4
687.8

210.4
565.5
704.4

211.8
583.6
725.0

210.6
599.8
744.4

321.6

355.2

380.3

376.0

391.9

429.4

447.3

467.4

470.9

306.4
208.8
69.7
139.1
97.6
15.2
17.5
-2.3

330.2
218.5
73.6
144.8
111.7
25.0
19.5
5.5

341.8
226.8
76.4
150.4
115.0
38.4
29.8
8.6

355.7
238.8
78.5
160.3
116.9
20.3
14.0
6.3

366.7
245.7
81.2
164.5
121.0
25.2
29.1
-3.9

400.7
270.1
90.5
179.6
130.5
28.7
27.5
1.3

419.8
284.0
98.5
185.6
135.8
27.5
19.4
8.1

437.2
298.2
105.4
192.8
139.0
30.2
30.2
0

450.4
311.9
108.5
203.4
138.6
20.4
15.9
4.6

-21.2

-21.5

-212

-30.8

-39.3

-23.3

-24.6

-17.3

154.8
176.1

161.3
182.8

161.8
183.0

157.1
187.9

164.0
203.3

185.6
208.9

190.5
215.1

204.5
221.8

Government purchases

355.9

365.7

371.3

379.2

385.8

397.7

409.3

Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

142.7
98.1
44.6
213.1

146.8
100.7
46.0
218.9

148.8
101.7
47.1
222.5

153.3
103.0
50.2
225.9

154.9
104.3
50.6
230.9

160.7
108.1
52.6
237.0

163.7
110.1
53.6
245.6

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic investment .
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services .
Exports
Imports

2,578.8

2,650.1

2,643.9

2,705.3

2,832.9

1,652.5

1,701.5

1,704.9

1,762.3

1,823.6

216.0
645.5
791.0

218.7
667.1
815.7

198.2
673.8
832.9

211.3
686.2
864.9

221.8
704.6
897.2

481.7

2,523.3
1,607.1
218.3
624.5
764.3
485.5

482.9

451.5

432.1

491.5

458.5
317.7
113.4
204.3
140.9
23.2
19.9
3.3

478.2
334.7
122.5
212.2
143.5
7.3
.8
6.4

482.7
341.5
129.2
212.3
141.2
.2
.2
0

353.6
133.9
219.7
134.6
7.1
7.1
-0.1

453.8
342.5
133.5
209.1
111.2
-2.2
3.0
-5.3

468.0
352.1
137.0
215.1
115.9
-35.9
-23.2
-12.7

498.4
367.1
145.4
221.6
131.3
-6.8
-0.5
-6.4

-19.2

-23.3

-24.2

-28.6

-37.1

-16.6

3.5

-8.6

210.7
229.9

219.9
243.2

233.1
257.3

251.9
280.4

267.5
304.6

276.2
292.8

282.7
279.2

290.4
299.0

421.5

427.1

440.1

454.9

4715

490.5

504.1

507.4

526.4

113.0
56.4
252.1

172.5
116.0
56.4
254.6

175.2
118.5
56.7
264.8

180.4
122.9
57.5
274.5

189.2
130.0
59.2
282.7

198.6
136.3
62.4
291.9

208.5
139.8
68.7
295.5

208.8
142.5
66.2
298.6

220.6
152.2
68.4
305.8

1982

1981

1984

1983

Line

2,9533

3,164.2

3,195.1

3,254.9

3,367.1

3,450.9

3,547.3

3,666.9

3,754.6

3,8182

3,869.1

2,029.4

2,073.1

2,128.7

2,162.9

2,231.9

2,288.7

2,346.8

2,392.4

2,444.5

2,477.8

2,526.4

225.5
741.6
941.7

236.3
748.5
967.2

221.4
755.5
991.1

543.3

575.4

564.7

230.9
761.2
1,013.3
517.9

232.9
763.3
1,033.2
522.1

235.2
777.5
1,060.4
509.4

246.9
787.3
1,094.6
464.2

251.2
791.7
1,120.0
478.3

270.1
810.4
1,151.4
5325

281.0
829.4
1,178.3
5612

297.7
839.8
1,209.3
614.8

307.6
854.1
1,230.8
693.6

317.9
872.0
1,254.6
719.2

318.0
878.2
1,281.7
739.9

328.2
887.8
1,310.4
722.8

529.5
400.7
162.6
238.1
128.7
13.9
1.0
12.9

538.5
418.4
171.8
246.6
120.1
36.9
29.5
7.4

546.6
437.1
190.6
246.5
109.5
13.2
4.9

537.3
432.6
189.6
243.0
104.7
-19.3
-25.4
6.0

522.2
419.4
184.0
235.5
102.8
-0.2
-7.7
7.5

507.4
405.0
172.8
232.2
102.4
2.0
-6.4
8.4

510.5
397.7
168.9
228.8
112.8
-46.3
-47.4
1.1

515.6
385.3
158.0
227.3
130.3
-37.3
-28.5
-8.8

535.3
387.2
148.5
238.7
148.1
-2.8
9.9
-12.8

563.3
401.3
151.2
250.1
162.0
-2.1
29.7
-31.9

594.6
426.9
154.6
272.3
167.7
20.2
28.2
-8.0

615.7
441.0
163.8
277.1
174.7
77.9
70.7
7.2

644.5
463.9
173.8
290.1
180.6
74.7
69.7
5.1

659.2
479.3
180.8
298.5
179.8
80.7
72.8
7.9

671.8
491.5
184.1
307.3
180.4
51.0
48.3
2.7

-16.0

-10.0

-16.4

-175

-5.1

-30.3

-295

-23.7

-44.9

-65.2

-71.8

-95.5

-104.5

-103.8

-107.1

303.0
319.3

Imports

3,146.2

2,005.4

-16.3

Exports

3,092.9

1,968.0

515.6
383.7
151.6
232.1
131.9
32.9
23.0
9.8

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services

3,096.3

1,952.1

548.5

Services
Gross private domestic investment

3,079.6

1,908.9

230.8
731.3
913.9

Durable goods
Nondurable goods

2,993.0

1,876.0

Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures

305.8
321.7

299.9
310.0

303.4
319.7

291.9
309.4

293.9
299.0

279.0
309.3

265.6
295.1

270.6
294.3

272.3
317.2

277.7
342.9

286.2
358.0

293.1
388.5

302.1
406.7

305.7
409.5

308.7
415.7

18.1

545.4

Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

556.8

562.2

5795

587.1

599.8

612.0

631.6

637.5

647.7

666.3

657.6

676.3

695.4

704.4

727.0

229.0
157.3
71.7
316.4

Government purchases

239.8
165.4
74.4
317.0

241.8
169.0
72.8
320.3

252.6
178.1
74.4
327.4

255.8
182.5
73.2
331.3

261.0
190.7
70.3
338.8

268.0
196.6
71.4
344.0

281.4
205.5
75.9
350.3

284.6
206.3
78.3
352.9

291.0
212.9
78.1
356.7

302.6
215.8
86.8
363.7

289.7
222.8
66.9
367.9

297.9
227.2
70.7
378.4

309.6
231.0
78.6
385.8

311.2
231.4
79.8
393.1

324.7
242.9
81.9
402.2

1987

1985

Une
Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic investment
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services
Exports
Imports
Government purchases
Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

I
3,940.0

3,997.5

4,076.9

4,140.5

4215.7

4232.0

4,2902

4,336.6

4,408.3

4,494.9

4,573.5

4,683.0

4,752.4

4,8572

4,947.3

5,044.6

2,589.2

2,636.4

2,704.2

2,739.8

2,784.8

2,812.3

2,882.0

2,923.1

2,962.8

3,030.1

3,091.4

3,124.6

3,199.1

3,260.5

3,326.6

3,3982

342.2
899.9

347.0
914.3
1,3752
714.8

368.2
923.8

354.4
939.5
1,446.0
737.0

363.8
950.1
1,470.9
752.8

376.1
943.9

411.6
951.0
1,519.4
696.4

406.8
963.7
1,552.6
697.1

384.9
989.0
1,588.8
7252

401.4
1,007.6
1,621.2

419.7
1,018.4
1,653.3

408.8
1,029.4
1,686.4

428.8
1,041.5
1,728.8

433.1
1,062.0
1,765.4

433.5
1,085.8
1,807.3

452.9
1,105.8
1,839.5

733.9

737.9

800.2

770.6

788.4

800.7

814.8

704.4
511.3
195.4
315.9
193.1
32.6
28.5
4.1

704.7
501.6
189.4
3122
203.1
48.1
45.5
2.6

708.4
486.0
166.1
319.9
222.4
-12.0
-8.0
-4.0

715.9
491.7
168.4
323.3
224.2
-18.8
-16.8
-2.0

702.1
479.3
164.1
315.2
222.8
23.1
31.9
-8.7

716.1
489.7
166.4
3232
226.4
17.8
26.9
-9.1

733.0
507.8
174.8
333.0
225.2
4.9
9.7
-4.8

740.9
514.3
180.0
334.3
226.5
59.3
62.4
-3.1

753.8
526.8
176.6
350.2
227.0
16.8
23.8
-7.0

774.6
544.1
181.4
362.6
230.5
13.8
26.0
-12.3

783.6
550.3
183.1
367.3
233.3
17.1
28.2
-11.2

797.5
5602
186.8
373.4
237.3
17.3
32.0
-14.7

-139.4

-133.2

-140.3

-145.1

-143.8

-1432

-122.0

-105.6

-985

-106.0

318.4
457.8

333.9
467.1

336.3
476.5

355.7
500.8

371.5
515.3

392.4
535.6

418.5
540.5

438.8
544.3

452.4
550.9

467.0
573.1

901.4

904.7

913.8

918.5

937.6

373.1
278.6
94.5
476.6

375.6
283.8
91.8
485.0

392.5
295.8
96.7
509.0

386.6
296.7
89.9
518.1

386.0
294.8
91.2
527.8

383.5
294.0
89.5
535.1

392.0
296.8
95.2
545.7

1,347.1
700.5
6812
499.1
193.9
305.1
182.1
19.3
12.3
7.0
-91.8
305.0
396.8

688.1
506.1
194.3
311.8
182.0
26.7
21.8
4.9

1,4122
706.0
686.1
499.6
190.0
309.6
186.5
19.9
12.9
7.0

724.1

-116.0

-1185

-1355

-127.8

302.7
418.7

295.8
414.7

304.7
440.2

311.5
4392

706.8
490.1
171.8
3182
216.7
17.4
19.7
-2.3
-129.7
313.0
442.7

7422

762.4

785.6

7992

805.9

825.3

851.2

330.0
246.3
83.7
412.2

338.2
253.5
84.7
424.2

352.1
265.9
86.2
433.4

356.9
268.6
88.3
442.4

352.2
264.6
87.6
453.7

3642
275.1
89.1
461.2

381.5
288.5
93.1
469.7

NOTE.—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.




1,492.3

876.0
384.5
291.6
92.9
491.5

387.1
296.9
90.1
501.0

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.2.—Gross Domestic Product in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1964

1965

1,970.8

2,023.8

2,128.1

2,215.6

2,340.6

2,470.5

1,210.8

1,238.4

1,293.3

1,3415

1,4172

1,497.0

115.4
526.9
568.5

109.4
537.7
591.3

1202
553.0
620.0

130.3
563.6
648.0

140.7
588.2
688.3

290.8

289.4

321.2

343.3

282.8
165.2
74.4
90.8
117.6
13.6
15.9
-2.3

282.7
173.3
80.8
92.5
109.4
8.1
12
.9

282.2
172.1
82.3
89.8
110.1
7.2
5.6
1.6

305.6
185.0
86.1
98.9
120.6
15.6
13.9
1.7

327.3
192.3
86.9
105.4
135.0
16.0
14.5
1.5

-21.8

-7.6

-5.5

-10.5

-5.8

73.8
95.6

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services .
Exports

1963

296.4

Services

1962

114.4
518.5
546.0

Gross private domestic investment

1961

1,178.9

Durable goods
Nondurable goods

1960

1,928.8

Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures

1959

88.4
96.1

95.3

95.0
105.5

101.8
107.7

1967

1968

1969

1970

2,616.2

2,6852

2,796.9

2,873.0

2,873.9

2,955.9

3,107.1

3268.6

1,573.8

1,622.4

1,707.5

1,7712

1,813.5

1,873.7

1,978.4

2,066.7

156.2
616.7
724.1

166.0
647.6
760.2

167.2
659.0
796.2

184.5
686.0
837.0

190.8
703.2
8772

183.7
7172
912.5

201.4
725.6
946.7

225.2
755.8
997.4

371.8

413.0

438.0

418.6

440.1

461.3

429.7

475.7

5322

246.6
777.9
1,042.2
591.7

356.2
214.0
95.9
118.1
142.1
15.7
17.6
-1.9

387.9
250.6
111.5
139.1
137.3
25.1
23.9
12

401.3
276.7
119.1
157.6
124.5
36.7
37.8
-1.1

391.0
270.8
116.0
154.8
120.2
27.6
26.7
.9

416.5
280.1
117.4
162.7
136.4
23.6
21.2
2.4

436.5
296.4
123.5
172.9
140.1
24.8
24.8
0

423.8
292.0
123.3
168.7
131.8
5.9
6.5
-0.5

454.9
286.8
121.2
165.6
168.1
20.8
17.9
2.9

509.6
311.6
124.8
186.8
198.0
22.5
21.1
1.5

554.0
357.4
134.9
222.4
196.6
37.7
35.5
22

2.5

-6.4

-18.0

-23.7

-375

-41.5

-352

-565

-34.1

115.4
112.9

118.1
124.5

125.7
143.7

130.0
153.7

140.2
177.7

147.8
1892

161.3
196.4

161.9
207.8

173.7
230.2

210.3
244.4

1972

Government purchases

475.3

476.9

501.5

524.2

549.1

566.9

622.4

667.9

686.8

682.0

665.8

652.4

653.0

6442

Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

265.7

259.0

270.1

287.3

285.7

281.8

282.1

319.3

350.9

353.1

340.1

315.0

290.8

209.6

217.9

231.4

236.9

250.6

267.3

284.8

303.1

317.0

333.7

341.9

350.9

361.6

284.4
209.6
74.8
368.6

265.3
191.3
74.1
378.9

Line
Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic investment
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services
Exports
Imports
Government purchases
Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

3248.1

3221.7

3,380.8

3,533.3

3,703.5

3,796.8

3,776.3

3,843.1

3,760.3

3,906.6

4,148.5

4,279.8

4,404.5

4,539.9

4,718.6

2,053.8

2,0975

2207.3

2,296.6

2,391.8

2,448.4

2,447.1

2,476.9

2,503.7

2,619.4

2,746.1

2,865.8

2,969.1

3,0522

3,162.4

2272
759.8
1,066.8
543.0

226.8
767.1
1,103.6
437.6

256.4
801.3
1,149.5
520.6

280.0
819.8
1,196.8
600.4

292.9
844.8
1,254.1
664.6

289.0
862.8

262.7
860.5
1,323.9
594.4

264.6
867.9

262.5
872.2
1,368.9
5405

297.7
900.3

338.5
934.6

370.1
958.7

402.0
991.0

1,421.4

1,473.0

1,537.0

1,576.1

403.7
1,011.1
1,637.4

428.7
1,035.1
1,698.5

495.1
328.7
120.5
208.2
166.4
25.5
27.6
-2.1

566.2
364.3
126.1
238.2
201.9
34.3
31.4
2.8

627.4
412.9
144.1
268.8
214.5
37.2
37.8
-0.6

745.9

735.1

773.4

451.5
316.8
118.0
198.8
134.7
-13.9
-14.3
.4

757.5

749.3

512.0
356.5
132.3
224.2
155.6
30.9
31.3
-0.4

5995

689.6
4902
182.8
307.4
199.3
67.9
66.2
1.7
-122.0
305.7
427.7

723.8
521.8
197.4
324.4
202.0
22.1
19.8
2.4
-145.3
3092
454.6

726.5
500.3
176.6
323.7
2262
8.5
10.6
-2.1
-155.1
329.6
484.7

753.4
530.8
174.0
356.8
222.7
19.9
26.9
-7.0

-143.1

-104.0

296.7
304.1

595.1
420.8
160.3
260.5
174.2
4.4
12.8
-8.3
-56.1
285.9
342.1

723.0
497.8
171.3
326.5
225.2
26.3
32.7
-6.4
364.0
507.1

421.6
525.7

-4.1

23.1

-6.4

-27.8

-29.9

234.4
238.4

232.9
209.8

243.4
249.7

246.9
274.7

270.2
300.1

655.4

663.5

6592

664.1

262.7
184.9
77.8
400.8

2582
179.9
78.3
401.1

263.1
181.6
81.4
401.0

268.6
182.1
86.5
408.4

Gross domestic product
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic investment.
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services
Exports
Imports
Government purchases
Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local
See note at end of table.




656.1
448.8
163.3
285.5
207.4
13.6
10.9
2.7
-10.6
293.5
304.1

602.7
437.8
170.2
267.6
164.8
-8.3
-4.9
-3.4
30.7
320.5

1,344.4
631.1

558.0
433.9
181.3
252.6
124.1
-17.5
-20.7
3.1

606.5
455.0
182.9
272.0
151.6
24.6
18.6
6.0
22.0
326.1
304.1

-7.4

7042
271.7
185.1
417.6

7132

723.6

743.8

766.9

813.4

855.4

881.5

284.8
1942
90.6
419.4

295.8
206.4
89.4
417.4

306.0
221.4
84.7
417.6

320.8
234.2
86.6
423.0

331.0
245.8
85.1
436.0

355.2
265.6
89.5
458.2

373.0
280.6
92.4
482.4

384.9
292.1
92.9
496.6

1962

1961

1960

1959

Personal consumption expenditures

669.7

677.0

262.6
185.8
76.8
392.9

1,296.5

377.3
287.0
90.2
509.6
1963

1,904.9 1,9375 1,930.8 1,9415 1,9765 1,971.7 1,973.7 1,961.1 1,977.4 2,006.0 2,0352 2,076.5 2,103.8 2,125.7 2,142.6 2,1402 2,170.9 2,1995
1,1595 1,1755 1,188.0 1,192.7 1201.7 1216.4 1,210.8 1214.1 1,218.1 1235.6 1,238.8 1261.0 12735
111.9
514.9
532.7

1162
516.9
542.4

117.6
519.9
550.6

112.0
522.4
558.2

114.5
522.8
564.4

117.6
529.6
569.1

290.7

3085

288.1

297.8

321.8

275.2
158.8
71.7
87.1
116.4
15.5
15.3
.1

284.4
163.8
73.9
89.8
120.7
24.4
27.7
-32

287.6
169.1
76.3
92.8
118.5
.5
4.0
-3.5

284.0
169.0
75.8
932
115.0
13.9
16.5
-2.6

2922
173.8
79.1
94.7
118.4
29.6
28.7

-21.4

-25.0

-20.3

-205

70.9
92.3

72.0
97.0

77.5
97.8

74.7
95.3

476.1

4782

474.9

266.4

268.4

265.0

209.7

209.8

210.0

1,287.0 12982

1,314.3 1,3225 1,332.3

114.4
543.9
602.7

116.7
548.9
608.0

119.1
550.6
617.4

120.1
554.5
623.5

125.0
558.2
631.1

127.3
561.0
6342

129.7
561.8
640.8

302.4

3085

321.4

322.0

327.3

314.1

330.8

3395

283.9
171.8
82.0
89.8
112.2
18.5
16.6
1.8

292.6
176.8
61.6
952
115.8
16.3
14.1
2.3

298.1
180.0
83.1
97.0
118.0
23.3
20.6
2.7

307.8
186.1
86.3
99.9
121.6
14.2
13.4

309.8
188.3
88.7
99.6
121.5
17.5
16.1
1.4

306.7
185.4
121.3
7.4
5.4
2.0

309.5
183.7
83.3
100.4
125.8
21.3
14.6
6.7

324.6
189.7
87.1
102.5
135.0
14.9
14.5
.5

-6.0

-6.7

-8.4

-115

-7.8

-85

-13.5

-10.4

-52

86.5
92.6

90.7
97.4

91.4
99.8

91.1
103.1

97.3
105.0

97.5
106.3

94.2
107.6

94.4
104.8

102.1
107.3

500.7

515.1

520.8

524.4

526.0

525.3

528.1

5325

269.7

278.6

286.8

289.1

288.1

285.1

283.4

236.5

234.0

235.3

238.0

240.2

244.7

116.2
527.0
567.6

1132
528.0
572.9

106.7
532.1
579.3

107.2
537.7
590.6

109.3
536.9
592.6

292.0

2885

261.0

266.4

2795

284.8
176.1
80.0
96.1
108.6
72
5.9
1.2

277.0
171.7
80.3
91.4
105.3
11.6
10.0
1.6

276.9
171.4
83.6
87.8
105.4
-15.9
-15.7
-0.2

274.9
169.0
83.5
85.5
105.9
-8.5
-9.6
1.1

277.3
171.0
82.1
88.9
106.3
2.6
1.4
1.2

-13.4

-10.4

-5.6

-12

-05

84.9
98.3

88.3
98.7

90.5
96.1

90.2
91.4

90.7
91.6

4715

4663

473.7

4795

487.2

493.7

496.6

262.8

254.9

257.3

259.5

264.3

263.8

268.3

209.1

211.9

216.4

220.4

222.9

229.9

228.3

231.0

247.0

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.2.—Gross Domestic Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1965

1964

1963

1967

1966

Une
2,237.6 2,254.5 2,311.1 2,329.9 2,357.4 2,364.0 2,410.1 2,442.8 2,485.5 2,543.8 2,596.8 2,601.4 2,626.1 2,640.5 2,6572 2,669.0 2,699.5 2,715.1

Gross ooffifts»io propm?!

1,350.7 1,362.0 1,388.0 1,409.3 1,433.8 1,437.6 1,463.4 1,480.9 1,503.1 1,540.6 1,559.6 1,566.1 1,582.0 1,587.6 1,6002 1,620.8 1,629.4

Personal consumption expenditures

131.3
565.4
654.1

Services

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Farm

137.8
575.7
674.5

140.6
584.9
683.7

144.8
595.9
6932

139.4
596.3
701.9

1522
602.8
708.4

152.4
609.5
719.0

157.3
617.6
728.2

162.8
6372
740.7

169.9
641.9
747.9

162.0
6472
756.9

166.3
651.7
764.0

166.0
649.4
772.2

162.8
655.4
781.9

170.0
659.0
791.8

168.1
658.8
802.5

167.8
662.7
808.6

353.5

372.1

3673

371.3

376.0

407.6

407.5

418.1

418.9

449.5

435.9

435.1

431.4

411.7

406.1

424.9

4313

332.6
195.1
87.8
107.3
137.5
16.7
18.4
-1.7

'. '..'.

Gross private domestic investment.

133.0
566.1
663.0

349.3

Durable goods
Nondurable goods

342.3
200.7
89.4
111.3
141.6
11.2
10.6

355.2
2052
91.8
113.4
150.0
16.9
18.8
-1.9

352.5
210.4
94.9
115.5
142.1
15.4
17.7
-2.3

357.3
217.8
982
119.6
139.5
13.9
16.3
-2.4

359.6
222.7
98.9
123.8
136.9
16.4
17.5
-1.1

373.6
236.4
104.1
132.3
137.2
34.0
33.4
.6

384.1
245.9
111.4
134.5
138.3
23.4
21.9
1.5

393.5
255.0
112.6
142.4
138.5
24.6
23.4
1.2

400.3
265.0
117.9
147.2
1352
18.6
17.0
1.6

413.4
275.0
120.7
154.4
138.4
36.1
34.9
12

403.8
276.8
1182
158.6
127.0
32.1
35.6
-3.5

402.1
279.2
120.8
158.4
122.9
32.9
34.1
-1.1

385.7
275.8
116.7
159.0
109.9
45.7
46.7
-1.0

377.4
271.0
117.9
153.1
106.4
34.3
31.1
32

388.3
269.7
114.4
155.3
118.6
17.8
13.5
4.3

3932
268.8
115.7
153.2
124.4
31.6
31.7
-0.1

405.0
273.4
115.8
157.6
131.6
26.8
30.5
-3.7

-6.1

Exports

-1.6

4.6

1.1

2,5

1.9

-7.5

-5.0

-7.8

-5.3

-114

-16.0

-223

-21.7

-20.5

-21.1

-23.5

-29.7

103.4
109.5

Net exports of goods and services .

107.3
109.0

113.6
109.0

112.6
111.5

116.8
114.3

118.7
116.8

1052
112.7

121.0
125.9

119.0
126.8

127.1
132.4

125.2
136.5

124.3
140.3

125.5
148.3

127.9
149.6

131.0
151.6

129.5
150.6

128.3
151.8

131.3
161.0

Government purchases

543.6

540.6

546.4

551.6

549.8

548.4

546.6

559.3

572.1

589.6

599.0

6154

631.8

6432

665.8

6632

668.7

6733

Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

290.0

283.4

285.3

285.1

280.5

2762

272.3

277.8

282.7

295.8

301.1

315.3

328.5

332.3

351.8

347.7

352.0

3522

253.6

257.1

261.1

266.5

269.3

2722

274.4

281.5

289.5

293.8

297.9

3002

303.3

310.9

313.9

315.5

316.7

321.7

1968

1971

1970

1972

Une
2,752.1 2,7963 2,816.8 2,821.7 2,864.6 23673 2,8845 2,875.1 2,8673 2,859.5 2,895.0 2,873.3 23393 2,9442 2362.3 2,977.3 3,037.3 3,089.7

Gross domestic product

1,6723 1,6963 1,7252 1,735.0 1,754.7 1,765.1 1,775.0 1,790.1 1,8005 1,8075 1,824.7 13212 13493 1,863.5 1,8763 1,904.6 1,9293 1,9633

Personal consumption expenditures

190.6
703.8
880.6

189.7
708.0
892.4

185.2
714.6
900.7

187.3
714.0
906.2

188.2
718.0
918.5

1742
722.3
924.7

193.0
724.0
932.9

197.8
724.9
940.8

203.3
724.2
949.4

211.5
729.4
963.7

471.0

447.4

4313

423.6

439.4

424.1

467.8

4762

482.0

442.8
300.9
126.8
174.0
141.9
28.2
31.6
-3.4

428.9
297.7
125.8
171.9
131.3
18.5
21.6
-3.1

426.8
294.9
124.8
1702
131.9
5.1
.4
4.7

415.3
292.5
123.1
169.4
122.8
8.4
7.4
1.0

425.0
295.5
123.4
1722
129.5
14.4
17.9
-3.5

428.1
284.9
121.9
163.0
1432
-4.0
2
-4.2

436.0
284.9
121.6
163.3
151.1
31.9
27.7
4.1

452.4
2862
1212
165.0
166.1
23.8
17.4
6.3

460.1
285.8
121.1
164.7
1742
21.9
19.5
2.5

-44.1

-43.3

-393

-36.0

-333

-34.4

-364

-34.0

-483

154.5
198.6

153.1
196.3

155.0
194.8

157.3
193.3

163.3
197.1

161.3
195.7

1632
199.6

162.5
196.5

162.7
211.5

682.6

686.3

681.7

677.3

6715

6622

665.3

6644

656.1

3422

343.5

339.3

335.4

326.3

315.1

310.9

307.5

297.7

340.4

342.7

342.4

342.0

3452

347.1

354.3

356.9

358.4

iNonouraoie gooas

178.2
675.5
8192

182.0
683.0
831.9

189.4
692.9
842.9

188.5
692.7
853.8

192.0
698.7
863.9

Services

433.0

447.0

4423

438.0

466.2

413.0
280.9
118.0
162.9
132.2
20.0
12.6
7.4

411.1
275.5
117.1
158.3
135.6
36.0
27.3
8.7

415.8
277.7
116.0
161.7
138.1
26.5
27.6
-1.1

425.9
286.4
118.4
168.0
139.6
12.1
17.4
-5.3

437.4
293.1
120.1
173.0
144.3
28.9
24.9
4.0

437.0
293.8
121.1
172.7
143.2
23.7
21.1
2.5

-363

-35.7

-37.4

-40.1

-383

1342
170.9

137.6
173.2

1462
183.6

142.9
183.1

128.4
167.3

Government purchases

682.9

688.7

686.7

Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

356.4

355.9

350.3

349.7

326.5

332.8

336.4

339.1

Durable goods
fct«kM«Jl IMkUU

M U U J .

Gross private domestic investment.
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
_
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services .
Imports

1972

190.9
702.3
871.8

1974

1973

215.9
734.9
978.5

220.9
752.7
989.6

4763

511.3

527.4

471.3
290.3
120.8
169.5
181.0
5.4
7.0
-1.5

492.8
299.7
123.7
176.0
193.1
18.4
11.5
6.9

5032
306.1
124.5
181.6
197.1
24.2
23.8
.4

-47.0

-53.8

-612

-57.0

171.0
218.0

151.4
205.2

169.5
230.7

166.5
223.5

6533

6504

649.7

6573

656.0

292.7

289.3

283.6

360.7

361.1

366.1

290.7
216.8
74.0
367.2

290.6
215.1
75.5
365.4

1976

1975

Une
Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic investment.
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports oi gooas ana services ,
Exports

3,125.8 3,1755 3,253.3 3267.6 32643 3,289.1 3,259.4 3267.6 3,239.1 3,226.4 3,154.0 3,190.4 32493 32925 3,356.7 3,3692 3,381.0 3,416.3
1389.1 2,032.1 2,0633 2,062.0 2,073.7 2,0674 2,050.8 2,059.0 2,0655 2,0393 2,0513 2,0863 2,114.4 2,137.0 2,179.3 2,194.7 2213.0 2,242.0
253.4
248.2
239.0
233.5
235.3 209.1
238.3
218.5
233.3
240.7
254.4
2562
245.9
230.9
214.6
261.0
225.7
254.0
780.7
773.7
774.0
776.7
760.7
750.9
780.5
766.3 761.2
752.1
767.1
773.5
775.6
799.3
8052
811.6
761.7
789.2
1,001.6 1,019.8 1,029.7 1,040.1 1,047.3 1,051.6 1,053.6 1,064.3 1,069.5 1,079.9 1,085.0 1,101.3 1,107.6 1,120.6 1,136.1 1,141.0 1,151.6 1,169.4
451.7
554.6
4113
509.4
5863
5963
580.0
603.6
565.1
4193
542.1
5213
5192
5473
523.7
5285
467.7
532.1
5552
5332
524.8
453.7
533.4
5582
547.0
441.8
555.5
479.3
447.7
482.5 488.5
492.0
509.0
510.9
462.8
315.5
329.1
357.7
363.1
364.3
364.0
363.3
320.7
312.4
344.3
343.7
323.6
324.9
330.8 517.5
311.4
354.9
318.5
137.7
135.9
135.5
117.2
126.5
134.7
136.6
116.5
130.7
128.1
121.2
120.5
119.8
120.8 335.7
124.6
129.6
117.1
198.4
202.6
223.0
225.4
227.8
228.0
227.8
199.5
195.9
213.6
215.7
203.1
205.1
210.0
186.8
121.0
225.3
201.4
192.1
169.3
161.5
138.2
2042
200.5
182.6
129.4
2112
135.6
127.0
159.0
163.6
1612
214.6
197.6
156.0
144.3
14.4
38.1
24.8
56.7
31.9
29.8
-30.6
31.3
44.4 -28.0
26.9
33.3
272
33.1
181.8
-2.0
17.6
4.9
23.7
33.8
31.7
20.6
30.9
49.5
-28.0
38.0
43.5 -32.1
28.9
36.8
26.2
14.7
28.5
.2
16.1
2.6
-6.1
72
1.1
72
-1.9
-1.9
42
-2.6
-6.6
.8
-2.0
-3.5
1.0
4.6
18.5
-22
1.5
2.3
-3.8
-49.7
-26.1 - 2 3 3
32.7
-5.3
-45
2.6
184
-54.0
233
23
-62
-83
-533
-92
182
-13.7
212.4
200.7
209.2
219.0
2402
230.4 237.8
229.0
227.7
229.7
246.4
240.2 238.9 239.9
185.0
233.9
248.4
173.9
242.9
244.7
234.3
210.7
211.4
238.5
239.6 235.1
195.0
250.3
245.9
222.0 236.0 246.1
254.7
239.0
227.8
262.1

Government purchases

6485

6495

652.3

6453

Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

280.3
205.0
75.4
368.2

275.8
201.5
74.3
373.7

276.9
201.1
75.8
375.3

270.0
194.6
75.3
375.9

See note at end of table.




642.0
256.8
183.3
73.4
380.0

260.0
184.3
75.7

6542

6483

257.7
186.0
71.8
3842

264.0
188.9
75.0
394.6

660.1

6592

6595

260.1
182.8
77.4
394.1

2662
187.1
792
393.9

262.0
185.1
76.9
397.1

261.5
183.9
77.6
398.0

669.7
262.6
185.0
77.6
402.8

665.1

6583

6573

655.9

264.6
185.7
78.9
405.1

258.6
1802
78.4
406.5

258.1
180.3
77.8
400.8

257.7
179.7
78.0

2582
179.3
78.9
397.7

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.2.—Gross Domestic Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1977

1979

1978

1980

Line
IV
Gross domestic product

3,466.4

3,525.0

3,574.4

3,567.2

3,591.8

3,707.0

3,735.6

3,779.6

3,780.8

3,784.3

3,807.5

3,814.6

3,830.8

3,732.6

3,733.5

3,808.5

2,271.3

2,280.8

2,302.6

2,331.6

2,347.1

2,394.0

2,404.5

2,421.6

2,437.9

2,435.4

2,454.7

2,465.4

2,464.6

2,4142

2,440.3

2,4692

272.3
817.8
1,1812
563.6

278.1
815.7
1,187.0
602.7

282.1
816.7
1,203.8
628.3

287.3
829.2
1,215.1

300.4
840.9
1,252.8
663.6

295.2
848.0
1,261.3
6762

297.0
856.9
1267.7
693.1

293.8
860.5

285.9
856.6
1292.8
682.3

292.4
863.5
1,298.7
666.5

283.8
870.8
1,310.9
651.1

279.7
8692

246.3
857.4
1,310.4
577.5

258.4
855.3
1,326.6
544.3

266.6
859.9

607.1

279.0
833.5
1,234.6
625.4

538.7
351.6
122.1
229.5
187.1
24.9
28.4
-3.5

568.4
360.5
125.9
234.6
207.9
34.3
29.6
4.7

574.3
366.6
127.7
239.0
207.7
54.0
472
6.8

583.4
378.5
128.6
249.9
204.8
23.8
20.4
3.4

589.4
383.1
130.6
252.5
206.3
36.0
41.3
-5.3

626.6
411.0
141.2
269.9
215.6
36.9
37.6
-0.6

640.9
423.0
149.5
273.5
217.9
35.3
29.0
6.3

652.5
434.3
155.0
279.3
2182
40.6
43.4
-2.9

652.6
442.9
159.6
283.3
209.8
29.7
26.5
32

661.5
454.7
166.3
288.5
206.7
5.0
.1
4.9

653.1
453.4
171.7
281.7
199.7
-2.0
-1.3
-0.8

581.1
430.7
169.3
261.4
150.4
-3.6
-0.8
-2.8

581.5
428.2
167.4
260.8
153.4
-37.2
-28.8
-8.5

-27.8

-25.2

-22.5

-355

-46.8

-26.5

-26.9

-192

244.0
271.8

250.8
276.0

250.5
273.0

242.1
277.9

248.7
295.6

271.6
298.1

274.5
301.4

286.0
305.2

657.3
444.1
155.7
288.4
213.2
21.7
18.4
3.3
-17.3
286.5
303.8

Government purchases

659.2

666.7

675.9

681.8

Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

259.4
180.4
78.9
399.9

2642
183.7
80.5
402.5

264.3
182.3
81.9
401.7

264.3
179.9
84.4
400.0

263.5
179.3
84.2
402.6

270.4
184.0
86.5
405.4

270.3
183.2
87.1
411.5

270.1
182.0
88.1
414.0

270.4
183.2
87.2
410.8

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic investment
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services .
Exports
Imports

664.3

1981

1,283.6
679.0

681.2

1982

1,315.6
650.4

1,342.8
605.5
604.7
434.7
170.7
264.1
170.0
.8
3.4
-2.6
31.5
319.5
287.9

-20.4

-7.3

2.8

284.9
305.3

292.9
300.2

309.9
307.1

643.4
457.7
173.5
284.3
185.6
7.1
6.7
.4
11.1
319.6
308.5

695.3

704.7

707.9

7015

702.2

272.9
188.0
85.0
422.4

281.0
1922
88.8
423.7

288.2
1942
94.0
419.7

285.6
194.1
91.5
416.2

284.4
196.4
88.1
417.8

687.0
273.5
186.3
87.1
420.1

182.8
87.1
417.1

33.1

47.0

323.0
290.0

320.1
273.1

1984

1983

Line
IV
3,860.5

3,864.5

3,803.1

3,756.1

3,771.1

3,754.4

3,759.6

3,7835

3,8865

3,944.4

4,012.1

4,089.5

4,144.0

4,166.4

4,1942

2,476.1

2,487.4

2,468.6

2,484.0

2,4885

2,5025

2,539.3

2,5565

2,604.0

2,639.0

2,678.2

2,703.8

2,741.1

2,754.6

2,784.8

274.4
867.3

Durable goods
Nondurable goods

3,844.4

2,475.5

Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures

262.6
868.6

271.3
867.9

250.0
868.1

259.3
867.6
1,357.1
5535

258.6
867.7
1,362.6
5595

260.0
872.7
1,369.8
545.0

272.3
880.7
1,3862
5035

274.3
8852
1,396.9
519.7

294.0
893.8
1,416.1

303.3
907.1

319.1
9152

329.6
920.6

339.0
936.2

1,428.6

1,443.9

1,453.6

1,465.8

561.0
440.1
185.6
254.5
120.8
-1.5
-5.0
3.5

544.3
424.8
175.9
248.9
119.5
.7
-4.8
5.5

548.4
417.2
173.2
244.0
131.2
-44.9
-46.2
1.3

553.2
403.1
163.0
240.1
150.1
-33.5
-29.7
-3.8

578.1
407.6
156.1
251.5
170.5
9.9
15.1
-52

6695

739.9

760.6

347.7
942.9
1,494.2
756.4

578.3
453.6
190.4
2632
124.8
-24.4
-26.7
2.3

620.8

337.6
938.5
1,478.6
773.1

6402
449.6
162.6
287.0
190.6
29.3
32.3
-3.1
-83.7
291.5
375.1

660.1
463.7
172.1
291.6
196.4
79.9
73.9
5.9
-108.4
298:0
406.3

689.6
4872
182.0
305.2
202.4
71.0
68.8
2.2
-121.0
303.9
424.9

700.1
500.4
187.6
312.8
199.7
73.0
71.3
1.7

708.4
509.6
189.5
320.1
198.8
47.9
50.8
-2.8

-127.2

-131.4

308.2
435.4

312.8
444.2

1,333.8

1,344.9

1,3482

1,350.6

Gross private domestic investment

643.8

627.0

644.5

609.1

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services
Exports

6112
444.9
174.8
2702
1662
32.6
24.3
8.3
29.0
328.1
299.0

611.1
450.9
179.8
271.1
1602
15.8
6.7
9.1
275
332.0
304.1

608.8
461.6
185.0
276.5
147.3
35.7
312
4.5
205
323.3
302.3

594.9
462.5
192.1
270.3
132.5
14.1
12.1
2.0
105
321.1
311.1

7122

713.4

711.7

290.6
200.1
90.5
421.6

297.3
206.6
90.7
416.2

297.5
208.9
88.6
414.2

Services

Imports
Government purchases
Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

3.5

35

-17.7

-19.0

-28.0

-45.9

306.1
302.6

306.5
302.9

293.9
311.5

280.4
299.4

282.5
310.5

283.7
329.5

608.7
423.0
159.5
263.5
185.7
12.1
33.3
-212
-67.0
286.1
353.1

7155

714.7

719.2

724.6

735.9

735.3

740.4

7515

748.1

754.1

763.3

766.0

784.3

297.9
2102
87.7
417.5

299.5
213.3
86.2
4152

301.6
219.1
82.5
417.6

307.0
223.6
83.4
417.6

316.0
229.4
86.6
419.9

315.5
227.6
87.9
419.8

319.2
232.4
86.8
4212

326.3
233.9
92.3
425.3

3222
242.9
79.3
425.9

323.8
241.7
82.1
430.4

329.6
244.3
85.3
433.7

328.7
243.0
85.7
437.3

341.7
254.3
87.4
442.6

1987

1985

1988

Line
I
Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services

4,2215

4,254.8

4,309.0

4,333.5

4,390.5

4,387.7

4,412.6

4,427.1

4,460.0

4,515.3

4,559.3

4,625.5

4,655.3

4,704.8

4,7345

4,779.7

2,824.9

2,849.7

2,893.3

2,895.3

2,922.4

2,947.9

2,993.7

3,0125

3,011.5

3,046.8

3,075.8

3,074.7

3,128.2

3,147.8

3,170.6

3,2025

360.1
9492

364.4
955.6
1,529.8
748.4

386.4
961.3

369.6
968.7
1,557.1
763.1

378.9
980.8
1.562.8
7764

390.2
990.2
1,567.5
746.3

423.1
992.3
1,578.3
711.7

415.7
1,000.9
1,595.8

1,005.6
1,616.5

403.1
1,011.3
1,632.4

417.7
1,012.9
1,6452

404.7
1,014.6
1,655.5

425.1
1,023.5
1,679.6

426.9
1,031.0
1,690.0

423.8
1,039.3
1,707.5

439.2
1,046.8
1,716.9

7055

729.3

735.7

738.4

793.8

7565

769.4

782.2

785.0

732.9
525.5
198.3
3272
207.4
302
28.0
22

7282
5132
191.9
321.4
215.0
48.1
46.8
1.3

728.1
500.1
175.1
325.0
228.0
182
22.1
-3.9

723.8
492.5
169.0
323.4
231.3
-12.0
-7.9
-42

725.9
495.5
170.4
325.0
230.5
-20.1
-18.6
-1.5

706.8
481.1
165.4
315.7
225.7
22.5
31.9
-9.4

718.3
490.7
167.3
323.4
227.7
17.3
26.9
-9.5

733.0
508.6
174.7
333.9
224.3
5.4
9.9
-4.5

733.9
510.6
177.9
332.7
223.3
59.9
62.1
-22

737.7
517.7
171.6
346.1
220.0
192
23.7
-4.5

753.3
531.4
174.4
356.9
222.0
16.1
24.1
-8.1

758.6
535.2
174.1
361.0
223.5
23.5
29.4
-5.8

764.1
538.8
175.7
363.1
225.3
20.9
30.5
-9.6

-155.4

-143.1

-157.1

-164.3

-156.0

-150.0

-146.3

-139.8

-136.0

-113.4

-98.1

-1015

-102.7

312.0
467.4

320.9
464.0

323.9
480.9

330.6
494.9

342.9
498.9

342.1
492.1

356.5
502.7

371.5
511.3

386.1
522.1

407.1
520.5

417.2
5152

424.1
526.1

438.2
540.9

883.7

8945

373.7
284.6
89.1
510.0

378.4
285.7
92.7
516.1

1,515.5

Gross private domestic investment

732.6

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services
Exports

717.8
518.8
198.1
320.7
199.0
14.8
12.8
1.9
-127.1
310.9
438.1

imports
Government purchases
Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

724.6
525.8
199.1
326.6
198.9
23.7
23.0
.7

1,545.6
739.6

309.8
459.0

719.9
517.2
193.9
323.3
202.7
19.8
152
4.6
-149.6
304.3
454.0

7915

805.8

825.7

8305

8345

850.6

871.6

864.8

869.1

879.0

8845

343.4
255.0
88.4
448.1

350.0
261.7
88.4
455.8

363.5
273.7
89.8
462.2

363.7
272.1
91.6
466.7

359.4
269.2
90.3
475.4

369.7
279.1
90.6
480.9

385.5
292.1
93.4
486.0

377.5
282.2
95.3
487.3

376.8
284.9
92.0
492.3

384.5
291.6
92.9
494.6

386.8
296.8
90.0
498.1

-1492

NOTE.—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.




883.7
391.6
295.0
96.6
501.4

379.7
290.8
88.9
503.9

3772
287.1
90.1
508.3

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.3.—Gross Domestic Product by Major Type of Product
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1959

1960

1962

1961

1967

1966

1965

1968

1969

1970

1972

494.2

Goods1

513.4

531.8

571.6

603.1

648.0

702.7

769.8

814.3

959.5

1,010.7

1,097.2

1,207.0

1,349.6

490.0
4.2

Gross domestic product
Final sales of domestic product....
Change in business inventories ...

510.1
3.2

528.9
2.9

565.5
6.1

597.5
5.7

643.0
5.0

693.0
9.7

756.0
13.8

803.8
10.5

880.2
9.1

949.8
9.7

1,008.4
2.3

1,089.2
8.0

1,197.1
9.9

1,331.9
17.7

250.8

257.1

260.4

281.5

293.2

313.5

342.9

380.1

395.1

427.4

456.6

467.8

493.0

537.4

616.6

Final sales
Change in business inventories

246.6
42

253.9
3.2

257.4
2.9

275.4
6.1

287.5
5.7

308.5
5.0

333.2
9.7

366.3
13.8

384.6
10.5

418.3
9.1

446.8
9.7

465.6
2.3

485.0
8.0

527.5
9.9

598.9
17.7

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

94.3
91.1
3.1

95.5
93.8
1.6

93.0
93.1
-0.1

106.8

112.7
110.0
2.7

123.6

139.1
132.4
6.7

158.0
147.9
10.2

159.9
154.5
5.5

173.9

186.5
180.1
6.4

182.0
182.1
-0.1

192.3

103.4
3.4

189.4
2.8

216.9
209.7
7.2

256.9
242.0
15.0

156.6

161.6
160.1

203.8
200.8

222.1
218.5

235.2
230.2

253.6
249.1
4.4

270.0
266.8

285.8
283.5

300.7
295.5

320.5
317.8

356.9

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

155.5

174.7

167.3
164.3

172.0

180.5
177.5

119.6
4.0

189.9
188.9

1.1

3.0

2.7

3.0

1.0

3.0

3.6

5.0

195.1

208.6

223.1

238.1

256.9

276.0

302.8

330.7

61.7

Structures

1.6

181.7

Services1

61.1

62.8

67.0

71.9

77.6

83.8

86.9

169.1
4.7

88.5

3.3

2.3

5.2

2.7

2.8

395.8

434.3

477.0

523.6

571.0

107.1

363.0

108.6

127.2

145.9

161.9

Goods1

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1,585.9

1,768.4

1,974.1

2,232.7

2,488.6

2,708.0

3,030.6

3,149.6

3,405.0

3,777.2

1,444.4
14.3

Gross domestic product
Final sales of domestic product....
Change in business inventories ....

1974
1,458.6

Line

359.7

1,591.5
-5.7

1,751.7
16.7

1,949.4
24.7

2,204.8
27.9

2,475.9
12.8

2,717.5
-9.5

3,005.2
25.4

3,165.5
-15.9

3,410.6
-5.5

3,706.1
71.1

1986

1987

4,038.7

4,268.6

4,539.9

4,900.4

4,014.1
24.6

4,260.0
8.6

4,513.7
26.3

4,884.2
16.2

662.8

715.1

798.8

1,1002

1,1762

1,324.6

1,315.0

1,407.3

1,591.9

1,652.6

1,705.3

1,794.5

1,942.0

Final sales
Change in business inventories

648.5
14.3

720.8
-5.7

782.0
16.7

855.7
24.7

961.2
27.9

1,087.5
12.8

1,185.7
-9.5

1,299.2
25.4

1,330.9
-15.9

1,412.8
-5.5

1,520.8
71.1

1,628.0
24.6

1,696.7
8.6

1,768.2
26.3

1,925.7
16.2

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

268.3
257.1
11.2

281.8
288.8
-7.0

334.0
323.6
10.3

378.0
368.3

9.7

437.2
416.9
20.3

484.1
474.5
9.6

499.5
502.1
-2.6

550.4
544.2
6.2

525.6
541.6
-16.0

584.9
579.4
5.5

647.0
44.9

704.8
8.6

731.8
730.2
1.6

775.1
753.5
21.6

859.9
835.6
24.3

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

394.5
391.4

433.3
432.0

464.8
458.4

502.4
487.4

551.9
544.3

616.2

966.5

1,019.4
1,014.7

1,082.0
1,090.1

3.1

7.6

3.1

900.0
873.8
26.2

973.6

15.0

822.4
833.4
-11.0

939.3
923.2

6.4

774.2
755.0
19.2

789.4
789.3

1.3

676.8
683.6
-6.8

16.0

7.1

4.7

631.3

706.9

7822

870.4

975.5

1,079.6

1,215.4

1,357.4

1,636.3

1,770.7

1,939.0

2,097.3

2,2672

2,460.9

164.5

163.8

187.5

223.3

268.1

308.8

316.4

348.6

361.5

414.7

447.1

466.0

478.2

497.5

Services1
Structures

1959

613.0

.1
1,494.2
340.4

1960

713.4

1961

1962

-8.1

1963

Line

Gross domestic product
Final sales of domestic product ...
Change in business inventories ...
x

483.5

4962

496.4

500.5

514.0

512.9

515.8

510.8

515.1

525.9

536.6

549.5

561.9

569.4

5762

578.9

588.1

596.7

479.1
4.4

488.4
7.8

496.2
.2

496.2
4.3

502.7
11.3

509.8
3.0

511.6
4.2

516.4
-5.7

517.7
-2.6

524.4
1.6

529.9
6.7

543.5
6.0

552.4
9.5

563.7
5.6

570.0
6.2

575.8
3.1

581.1
7.0

591.8
4.9

280.1

283.7

283.4

288.4

289.7

5.6

277.5
6.2

280.3
3.1

281.3
7.0

284.8
4.9

106.3
105.5

109.2
106.3

112.0

245.4

253.9

250.8

2532

262.0

258.6

258.7

249.1

249.9

257.3

264.0

270.2

278.8

Final sales
Change in business inventories

241.0
4.4

246.1
7.8

250.6
.2

249.0
4.3

250.7
11.3

255.5
3.0

254.5
4.2

254.8
-5.7

252.5
-2.6

255.7
1.6

257.3
6.7

264.2
6.0

269.3
9.5

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

93.2
89.3
3.9

98.0
91.2
6.8

92.7
93.5
-0.8

93.2
90.5
2.7

102.1
92.9
9.2

95.7
95.4
.3

96.0
94.5

84.1
89.6
-5.6

90.3
91.9
-1.6

97.1
93.3
3.8

100.7
97.7
3.0

106.3
100.7
5.6

105.8
103.2
2.6

108.8

92.4
-4.4

155.9
154.8

158.1
157.1

160.1
158.5

159.8
157.8

162.9

162.8

166.9
164.0

169.5

172.5
168.6

174.3
171.2

174.9

177.1

160.0

165.9
162.9

167.0

160.2

173.5

174.8

179.1
175.0

1.0

1.0

1.6

2.1

2.7

2.7

4.0

3.0

1.5

2.3

4.1

1.7

176.6

179.6

183.4

187.0

189.9

193.7

196.5

224.7

227.9

231.4

235.3

61.5

62.8

622

60.2

62.1

60.6

60.5

67.8

67.6

68.4

71.6

Goods

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories
Services1
Structures

152.3
151.7
.6

Gross domestic product

Goods 1

161.1
162.3
-1.3

163.8

166.5

61.3

3.0

3.2

2.9

202.9

207.5

209.8

214.3

217.7

221.9

62.3

200.3

1964

1963

Final sales of domestic product ....
Change in business inventories ...

1.5

61.2

62.8

64.9

65.5

67.4

3.0

104.1
4.7

2.9

108.9
3.2

177.7
176.0

1967

1965

609.4

618.3

634.8

643.6

654.1

659.7

679.8

691.9

708.3

730.7

753.1

7622

775.3

788.5

797.7

803.8

820.5

835.3

603.5
5.9

613.5
4.8

629.2
5.6

638.7
4.8

649.7
4.3

654.3
5.4

667.5
12.3

682.7
9.2

698.8
9.5

722.8
7.8

739.6
13.5

749.7
12.5

763.1
122

771.5
17.0

783.7
14.0

797.5
6.4

809.1
11.4

825.2
10.2
400.0

296.0

298.6

3072

317.1

318.4

334.1

337.1

344.8

355.6

372.6

376.6

380.4

390.9

392.4

390.9

397.3

Final sales
Change in business inventories

290.0
5.9

293.8
4.8

301.6
5.6

306.5
4.8

312.7
4.3

313.0
5.4

321.9
12.3

327.9
9.2

335.3
9.5

347.8
7.8

359.1
13.5

364.1
12.5

368.3
12.2

373.9
17.0

378.4
14.0

384.5
6.4

385.9
11.4

10.2

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

114.2
110.6
3.5

115.2

120.9

122.6

141.0

133.4
7.4

137.8
3.2

158.8
148.3
10.5

164.1
152.6
11.6

150.9
6.9

155.4

9.7

154.8
145.4
9.5

157.3

130.0
6.5

154.3
145.2

157.8

118.8
3.9

138.2
128.5

140.8

116.7
4.2

125.0
121.3
3.7

136.5

114.1
1.1

126.0
121.6
4.4

161.5
154.8
6.7

163.1
156.7
6.3

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

181.8

183.4
179.7

186.3
184.9

188.7
187.8

191.1
191.1

193.4

200.6
197.9

214.6
210.0

218.7

221.6
220.0

226.7
221.3

234.6
227.5.

233.6
229.1

3.7

1.4

1.0

1.7

2.6

2.7

3.0

1.6

5.4

7.1

4.5

235.8
231.1
4.7

236.9
233.0

2.4

204.0
201.9
2.1

221.7

191.7

195.9
193.4

240.1

245.6

250.7

254.8

259.2

262.8

265.8

271.7

298.3

308.0

313.1

320.4

326.0

73.3

74.1

765

77.3

77.8

78.5

79.8

83.2

87.3

86.9

84.6

84.9

87.0

Services!
Structures
See footnote(s) at end of table.




179.4

0

278.7

9.1

218.3
213.9

4.6
287.7
87.3

291.7
88.7

1.9

334.1

3.9
342.4
93.0

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.3.—Gross Domestic Product by Major Type of Product—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1968

Line

Gross domestic product

883.7

1971

1970

1972

Goods1

900.3

913.7

937.3

951.1

970.7

978.8

989.7 1,003.8 1,022.8 1,026.4 1,069.8 1,0882 1,108.4 1,122.3 1,160.9 1,192.5

851.8
7.8

Final sales of domestic product ...
Change in business inventories ...

870.0
13.7

9.6

908.3
5.4

925.7
11.6

941.7
9.3

10.9

971.7
7.1

987.6 1,000.0 1,017.4 1,028.6 1,057.4 1,078.7 1,099.0 1,121.5 1,155.9 1,180.9
9.4
2.1
3.7
5.4
12.4
-2.2
.9
5.0
9.5
11.6

413.6

426.3

433.9

435.9

449.6

453.0

461.1

462.6

461.9

469.5

475.5

464.5

489.6

490.6

496.3

495.4

5112

532.6

Final sales
Change in business inventories

405.8
7.8

412.6
13.7

424.3
9.6

430.5
5.4

438.0
11.6

443.7
9.3

450.2
10.9

455.5
7.1

459.8
2.1

465.8
3.7

470.0
5.4

466.7
-2.2

477.2
12.4

481.1
9.5

486.9
9.4

494.6
.9

506.2
5.0

521.0
11.6

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

166.2
163.5
2.7

171.6
165.9
5.7

1772
172.1
5.2

180.3
175.0
5.3

185.9
179.3
6.6

182.6
178.3
4.3

188.7
180.8
7.9

188.9
182.0
6.9

180.6
181.7
-1.1

184.0
184.7
-0.8

191.5
185.3
6.2

171.9
176.6
-4.7

192.8
185.8
6.9

190.0
187.4
2.6

194.8
189.7
5.1

191.5
194.8
-3.4

204.9
200.5
4.4

212.0
206.3
5.7

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

247.3
242.2

254.7
246.7

255.5
255.4

263.7
258.7

270.4
265.4

272.3
269.4

273.7
273.5

281.3
278.1

285.5
281.0

296.9
291.4

300.6
293.8

301.5
297.3

304.0
299.7

306.3
305.7

320.6
314.7

8.0

.1

5.0

5.0

2.9

.1

3.2

4.5

284.0
284.8
-0.8

292.6
290.0

5.1

256.7
2522
4.5

2.5

5.5

6.9

4.2

4.2

350.3

359.4

374.9

381.4

390.4

400.7

410.6

421.9

428.4

448.1

461.9

471.8

482.0

4922

95.7

98.0

103.0

106.3

107.7

109.0

105.6

105.8

105.8

113.8

118.3

125.7

130.1

134.7

Services1
Structures

367.4

108.8

1974

1973

1972

438.6

1975

Line

5.9
507.9
141.8

516.9
143.0

1976

1217.7 1256.8 1,304.4 1,334.5 1,358.4 1,4012 1,410.9 1,444.1 1,474.7 1,504.8 1,513.6 1,552.1 1,614.4 1,663.3 1,717.8 1,746.4 1,779.9 1,829.6

Gross domestic product

1204.1 1247.3 1291.3 1,317.8 1,346.9 1,371.5 1,397.1 1,427.6 1,466.2 1,486.5 1,526.5 1,567.5 1,612.5 1,659.6 1,701.7 1,725.8 1,760.7 1,818.7
9.4
16.7
11.4
29.6
16.5
3.7
16.1
19.2
13.6
13.1
13.8
8.5
18.3 -12.9
-15.4
1.9
20.6
10.9

Final sales of domestic product ....
Change in business inventories ....

544.6

561.5

591.8

608.8

616.4

649.5

643.4

655.9

668.5

677.9

696.4

754.1

779.7

792.0

805.4

817.9

Final sales
Change in business inventories

530.9
13.6

552.1
9.4

578.7
13.1

592.0
16.7

605.0
11.4

619.9
29.6

629.6
13.8

639.4
16.5

660.0
8.5

665.1
18.3

-12.9

711.8
-15.4

730.2
1.9

750.4
3.7

763.6
16.1

771.4
20.6

786.2
19.2

807.0
10.9

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

218.9
210.9
8.0

232.0
2212
10.8

252.4
236.7
15.7

255.9
242.2
13.7

2592
242.9
16.3

260.3
246.1
142

256.9
247.4
9.5

260.1
256.0
42

274.9
263.7
112

2812
261.5
19.7

262.4
270.7
-8.2

276.6
283.7
-7.1

290.9
294.8
-3.9

297.4
306.0
-8.6

319.3
313.4
5.9

329.2
317.4
11.8

337.0
325.2
11.9

350.2
338.5
11.8

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

325.7
320.0

329.5
330.9
-1.4

339.4
342.0
-2.6

352.9
349.8

357.2
362.1
-4.9

389.3
373.8
15.5

386.5
3822

395.7
383.4

393.6
396.4
-2.8

402.2
403.6
-1.4

415.5
420.2
-W

419.8
428.1
-8.3

441.3
435.4

456.7
444.4

460.4
450.2

462.8
454.0

468.4
461.0
7.4

467.7
468.5
-0.8

541.8

552.1

578.5

588.4

639.3

659.5

6765

697.2

153.4

160.4

163.4

1632

166.9

161.9

158.7

158.5

Goods *

5.6

Servicesl
Structures ...*..

527.7
.....•.•..

145.5

3.1
565.0
160.7

1977

4.3

12.3

605.0

621.5

162.5

166.7

1978

5.8

12.3

10.2

8.8

716.8

736.8

754.8

7692

165.5

172.4

1832

1979

185.2

814.9
184.7

196.8

1980

Line
1,881.7

1

1,952.9

2,015.1

2,046.8

2,090.2

22135

2274.7

2,352.0

2,3992

2,453.3

2,523.3

2,578.8

2,650.1

2,6435

2,705.3

2,832.9

1,866.5
15.2

Gross domestic product
Final sales of domestic product....
Change in business inventories ....

1,927.8
25.0

1,976.6
38.4

2,026.6
20.3

2,064.9
252

2,185.1
28.7

22472
27.5

2,321.8
30.2

2,378.7
20.4

2,430.1
23.2

2,516.0
7.3

2,578.6
.2

2,643.1
7.1

2,646.1
-2.2

2,7412
-35.9

2,839.7
-6.8

914.0

987.1

1,007.4

1,0475

1,069.0

1,087.8

1,116.1

1,128.1

1,1635

1,152.5

1,165.4

1,223.1

1,017.7
30.2

1,048.6
20.4

1,064.6
232

1,108.8
7.3

1,127.9
2

1,154.7
-2.2

1,201.3
-35.9

1230.0
-6.8

473.5
482.8
-9.3

485.4
501.2
-15.8

530.6
518.1
12.6

679.0
671.9

680.0
700.2
-202

692.5
711.9
-19.4

1,232.9

1,277.3

307.0

332.4

841.0

872.4

901.6

906.7

Final sales
Change in business inventories

825.8
152

847.4
25.0

8632
38.4

886.4
20.3

252

28.7

979.9
27.5

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

362.3
355.0
7.3

375.4
365.5
9.9

385.0
3712
13.9

381.7
7.7

403.2
379.7
23.5

438.7
418.2
20.5

437.2
424.1
13.1

445.7
24.1

482.7
462.5
20.1

481.7
463.4
18.4

4852
484.1
1.0

486.8
487.9
-1.1

1,156.8
7.1
508.4
506.4
1.9

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

478.8
470.8

497.0
481.9

516.6
492.0
24.6

517.3
504.8

510.7
509.0

548.5
540.2

570.2
555.8

5782
572.0

586.3
586.0

606.1
601.3

630.9
624.7

641.3
640.0

655.5
650.4

12.6

1.7

8.3

14.4

6.1

.3

4.8

62

1.3

5.1

7.1

907.6

936.3

9645

987.7

1,013.0

1,040.2

1,063.2

1,089.2

1,125.8

1,160.3

1,191.1

232.6

239.9

261.9

279.6

291.1

290.0

302.3

318.0

324.8

326.0

300.3

Goods

7.9

855.3

205.5

Structures

15.1

8352

Services*

2252

883.4
230.0

1982

1981

1983

Une
2,953.5

2,993.0

3,079.6

3,096.3

3,0925

3,1462

3,1642

3,195.1

32545

3,367.1

3,4505

3,547.3

3,6665

3,754.6

3,8182

3,869.1

2,920.6
32.9

2,9792
135

3,042.7
365

3,0782
18.1

3,112.3
-19.3

3,146.4
-02

3,162.1
2.0

3,241.4
-46.3

32922
-37.3

3,370.0
-2.8

3,453.0
-2.1

3,527.1
20.2

3,589.0
77.9

3,679.8
74.7

3,737.5
80.7

3,818.1
51.0

1,305.8

1,306.1

1,357.8

1,3285

12985

1,3343

1,3244

1,3022

1,321.3

1,395.8

1,429.0

1,483.0

1350.4

1,590.1

1,6093

1,6173

1,2725
32.9

12922
135

1,320.9
365

1,310.8
18.1

1,318.2
-19.3

1,334.6
-02

1,322.4
2.0

1.348.5
-46.3

1,358.7
-37.3

1,398.7
-2.8

1,431.1
-2.1

1,462.8
202

1,472.5
77.9

1,515.4
74.7

1,528.8
80.7

1,566.5
51.0

Durable goods .
Final sales
Change in busvM

546.5
538.5
8.0

552.6
544.0
8.6

570.1
557.0

13.1

532.3
537.1
-43

521.4
536.8
-15.4

539.3
540.9
-1.6

5322
5382
-6.0

509.5
550.6
-41.1

5092
540.3
-31.0

5792
572.0
72

605.3
584.9
20.4

646.0
620.5
25.5

672.3
624.5
47.8

689.7
642.8
46.8

644.4
46.5

714.7
676.3
38.5

NonouraDie gooos .
Final sates
Change in business invent

759.3
734.4
24.9

753.4
7482

787.7
763.9
23.8

796.6
773.7
22.9

777.4
781.4
-35

7952

7922
784.1

792.8
798.0
-52

812.1
818.4
-6.3

816.6
826.6
-10.1

823.7
8462
-22.5

837.0
842.3
-5.3

878.1
848.0
30.1

900.4
872.5
27.9

918.6
884.4
342

1,3755

1,410.3

1,445.3

1,553.3

1,588.8

1,619.1

1,6513

1,686.1

1,7193

1,7503

1,787.3

3455

357.1

348.8

3393

3443

3522

3703

3782

413.7

421.4

Final sates of domestic product..
Change in business inventories .
Goods 1 .
Change in business inventories .

Services *
Structures ,
Seefootnotes)at end of tible.




1,304.0
343.7

52
1,339.5
347.5

793.8
1.4

8.0

1,4693

1,508.6

342.0

3312

902.7
8902
12.5
1,824.7
4263

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.3.—Gross Domestic Product by Major Type of Product—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1985

1987

1986

Line
3,940.0

Goods1

3,997.5

4,076.9

4,140.5

4,215.7

4,232.0

4,290.2

4,336.6

4,408.3

4,494.9

4,573.5

4,683.0

4,752.4

4,857.2

4,947.3

5,044.6

3,920.7
19.3

Gross domestic product
Final sales of domestic product..
Change in business inventories .

3,970.9
26.7

4,057.0
19.9

4,107.9
32.6

4,167.6
48.1

4,214.7
17.4

4,302.3
-12.0

4,355.4
-18.8

4,385.2
23.1

4,477.1
17.8

4,568.6
4.9

4,623.7
59.3

4,735.6
16.8

4,843.4
13.8

4,930.2
17.1

5,027.3
17.3

1,623.3

1,6435

1,670.0

1,673.7

1,705.7

1,691.4

1,709.8

1,714.5

1,737.7

1,773.4

1,8015

1365.4

1,875.7

1,924.5

1,960.7

2,007.0

Final sales
Change in business inventories .

1,604.0
19.3

1,616.8
26.7

1,650.1
19.9

1.64T.1
32.6

1,657.6
48.1

1,674.1
17.4

1,721.8
-12.0

1,733.3
-18.8

1,714.5
23.1

1,755.6
17.8

1,796.6
4.9

1,806.1
59.3

1,859.0
16.8

1,910.8
13.8

1,943.6
17.1

1,989.7
17.3

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories .

701.0
688.5
12.5

711.9
702.5
9.4

723.9
722.5

716.6
705.7
10.9

724.2
700.0
24.3

723.1
714.8
8.3

740.1
754.5
-14.5

739.7
751.5
-11.9

745.9
718.7
27.2

767.9
744.0
24.0

780.4
782.2
-1.8

806.4
769.3
37.1

820.0
809.0
11.0

848.0
833.7
14.3

875.4
838.8
36.6

896.3
861.0
35.3

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories ,

922.3
915.5

931.6
914.3

946.1
927.6

957.1
935.4
21.7

981.4
957.6
23.8

968.3
959.3
9.1

967.3
2.4

974.8
981.8
-7.0

991.8
995.8
-4.0

1,005.5
1,011.7

1,021.1
1,014.4

1,059.1
1,036.9

1,055.7
1,049.9

1,076.5
1,077.0

1,085.2
1,104.8

1,110.7
1,128.7

2,008.9

2,043.4

2,076.9

2,114.8

2,154.1

2,204.1

457.9

466.6

463.8

465.6

468.1

466.6

1.5

6.8

18.5

1,909.7

1,960.1

4395

Structures

17.3

1,877.1

Services J

444.4

446.8

1. Exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment purchased and sold by the Federal Government are included in services.

-6.2

6.7

22.2

5.7

-0.5

-19.5

-18.0

2,247.8

2,289.5

2,327.6

2,391.0

2,436.7

2,4875

2,5285

473.7

482.5

490.1

485.7

495.9

499.2

509.1

NOTE.—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.

Table 1.4.—Gross Domestic Product by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

1

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1970

1971

1972

1973

1,970.8

2,023.8

2,128.1

2,215.6

2,340.6

2,470.5

2,616.2

2,6852

2,796.9

2,873.0

2,873.9

2,955.9

3,107.1

3268.6

1,9152
13.6

Final sales of domestic product....
Change in business inventories ....

1959
1,928.8

Line
Gross domestic product

1,962.7
8.1

2,016.6
7.2

2,112.5
15.6

2,199.6
16.0

2,324.9
15.7

2,445.4
25.1

2,579.5
36.7

2,657.5
27.6

2,773.2
23.6

2,8482
24.8

2,868.0
5.9

2,935.2
20.8

3,084.5
22.5

3,230.9
37.7

825.2

835.3

840.9

914.9

967.6

1,033.0

1,113.3

1,129.4

1,168.9

1,193.9

1,173.0

1,182.0

1,251.0

1,349.8

Final sales
Change in business inventories

811.6
13.6

827.1
8.1

833.7
7.2

874.0
15.6

898.9
16.0

952.0
15.7

1,007.9
25.1

1,076.6
36.7

1,101.7
27.6

1,145.3
23.6

24.8

1,167.1
5.9

1,161.3
20.8

1228.4
22.5

1,312.1
37.7

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

282.3
273.8
8.6

282.4
277.8
4.6

273.2
273.5
-0.3

305.1
296.5
8.6

317.8
310.4
7.5

345.6
334.3
11.3

382.4
364.1
18.3

426.5
399.4
27.1

428.3
413.7
14.5

443.2
430.4
12.8

454.1
438.4
15.7

427.0
428.0
-0.9

428.0
419.2
8.9

474.6
458.4
16.2

559.2
528.0
31.2

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

542.8
537.8

552.9
549.3

567.7
5602

597.1
588.5

622.0
617.6

686.8
677.2

701.1
688.0
13.1

725.7
714.9
10.9

739.8
730.7

746.0
739.1

754.0
742.1

776.4
770.0

1,226.6

1,277.8

329.3

350.1

Goods

5.0

7.5

8.6

4.4

877.3

916.7

956.8

999.9

1,052.6

1,102.1

1,168.4

259.9

Structures

3.5

650.7
643.8
6.9

843.7

Services1

584.5
577.5
7.0

258.2

266.1

281.7

300.8

320.4

335.4

3345

9.6

9.1

6.9

11.9

6.4

790.6
784.1
6.5

1,324.6

1,362.0

1,401.8

1,454.1

1,508.3

3545

338.9

372.1

401.9

410.4

1

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

3221.7

3,380.8

3,533.3

3,7035

3,796.8

3,776.3

3,843.1

3,760.3

3,906.6

4,1485

4,279.8

4,4045

4,539.9

4,718.6

3,2172
30.9

Final sales of domestic product....
Change in business inventories ...

1974
3248.1

Une
Gross domestic product

3,235.6
-13.9

3,355.3
25.5

3,499.0
34.3

3,666.3
37.2

3,783.2
13.6

3,784.6
-8.3

3,818.6
24.6

3,777.8
-17.5

3,9022
4.4

4,080.6
67.9

4,257.6
22.1

4,395.9
8.5

4,513.7
26.3

4,698.6
19.9

1,3282

1291.8

1,372.7

1,436.9

1,507.3

1,537.1

15095

1,547.4

1,468.7

1,531.7

1,667.7

1,695.0

1,740.1

1,794.5

1,8925

Final sales
Change in business inventories

1297.3
30.9

1,305.7
-13.9

1,347.2
25.5

1,402.6
34.3

1,470.1
37.2

1,523.5
13.6

1,517.7
-8.3

1,522.9
24.6

1,4862
-17.5

1,527.3
4.4

1,599.8
67.9

1,672.9
22.1

1,731.6
8.5

1,768.2
26.3

1,872.6
19.9

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

5442
524.6
19.6

510.2
521.6
-11.5

557.6
540.6
17.0

5992
583.6
15.6

652.3
623.7
28.7

665.8
654.1
11.7

622.1
626.4
-4.3

625.7
619.4
6.3

562.9
578.9
-16.0

607.8
601.5
6.3

700.7
655.1
45.7

712.6
703.4
9.3

733.3
731.5
1.9

775.1
753.5
21.6

856.4
833.1
23.3

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

784.0
772.7

781.7
784.1
-2.5

815.1
806.6

837.7
819.0

854.9
846.4

871.2
869.3

887.4
891.4
-4.0

921.7
903.4

905.8
907.3
-1.5

923.9
925.8
-1.8

967.0
944.7
22.3

982.4
969.5

1,006.8
1,000.1

1,019.3
1,014.7

1,036.2
1,039.5

1,922.8

1,976.8

2,033.1

Goods

11.3

Servicesi

1,553.9

Structures

366.1

1,6022
327.7

8.5

18.7

8.5

1.9

1,649.1

1,701.2

1,770.6

1,821.7

359.0

3952

425.6

438.0

1,864.3

18.3
1,895.7

4025

1960

1959

447.7

368.8

400.0

12.9

6.7

4.7

-3.4

2,115.3

2,185.0

2,267.2

2,349.7

469.4

479.3

478.2

1962

1961

476.4
1963

Line

Gross domestic product
Final sales of domestic product ....
Change in business inventories ....
Goods x

1,904.9 1,9375 1,930.8 1,941.9 1,976.9 1,971.7 1,973.7 1,961.1 1,977.4 2,006.0 2,0352 2,076.5 2,103.8 2,125.7 2,142.6 2,1402 2,170.9 2,1995
1,889.4 1,913.1 1,930.3 1,928.0 1,947.3 1,964.5 1,962.1 1,977.0 1,985.9 2,003.5 2,016.7 2,060.2 2,080.5 2,111.5 2,125.2 2,132.8 2,149.6 2,184.6
72
-8.5
7.4
24.4
11.6 -15.9
2.6
18.5
.5
13.9
29.6
16.3
23.3
14.2
17.5
15.5
21.3
14.9
834.4

821.1

829.7

850.8

8402

839.5

810.6

8142

832.8

849.6

866.9

8855

887.8

896.5

905.6

907.7

Final sales
Change in business inventories

800.1
15.5

24.4

820.6
.5

815.8
13.9

821.2
29.6

833.0
72

827.9
11.6

826.4
-15.9

822.7
-8.5

830.2
2.6

831.2
18.5

850.6
16.3

862.2
23.3

873.6
14.2

879.0
17.5

881.3
7.4

884.3
21.3

892.7
14.9

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

281.9
270.1
11.9

2932
274.1
19.2

275.3
279.4
-4.1

278.9
271.6
7.3

301.0
275.2
25.8

282.6
282.6
0

284.4
279.4
5.0

261.5
274.0
-12.5

250.9
266.8
-15.9

265.1
270.3
-5.2

284.2
272.5
11.7

292.5
284.3
8.1

306.0
291.1
15.0

303.9
2972
6.7

310.8
298.4
12.4

299.8
299.4
.4

308.4
300.5
8.0

315.7
306.7
9.0

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

533.7
530.1

541.1
535.9
5.3

545.8
5412

550.8
5442

549.8
546.0

557.6
550.4

555.1
548.5

549.1
552.5
-3.4

563.3
555.9

567.7
559.9

565.5
558.7

574.5
566.3

579.5
571.2

584.0
576.4

585.7
580.6

588.9
581.8

597.1
583.8
13.3

592.0
586.0

Servicesx
Structures
See footnote(s) at end of table.




815.6

3.6
2592

264.3

4.6

6.6

3.8

7.2

6.5

8475

830.1

858.3

864.5

876.3

878.4

2622

253.9

261.6

2552

255.8

8902
260.3

7.4

7.8

6.8

8.2

8.4

7.6

5.0

7.0

898.1

913.8

919.8

935.3

942.7

954.7

961.7

9682

265.0

259.4

265.8

274.3

275.6

283.2

2845

283.3

979.2
2862

6.0
992.3
2995

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

10

Table 1.4.—Gross Domestic Product by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

Une
2,237.6 2,254.5 2,311.1 2,329.9 2,357.4 2,364.0 2,410.1 2,442.8 2,485.5 2,543.8 2,596.8 2,601.4 2,626.1 2,640.5 2,657.2 2,669.0 2,699.5 2,715.1

Gross domestic product

2,220.9 2,243.3 2,2942 2,314.5 2,343.5 2,347.6 2,376.1 2,419.4 2,460.9 2,525.1 2,560.7 2,569.3 2,593.2 2,594.8 2,622.9 2,651.2 2,667.9 2,688.3
16.7
11.2
15.4
16.4
34.0
23.4
16.9
13.9
32.1
45.7
24.6
36.1
32.9
34.3
31.6
26.8
18.6
17.8

Final sales of domestic product ....
Change in business inventories ....
l

921.0

925.6

951.3

962.3

977.9

979.1 1,014.6

Final sales
Change in business inventories

904.3
16.7

914.4
11.2

934.4
16.9

946.9
15.4

964.0
13.9

962.7
16.4

980.6
34.0

993.6 1,011.1 1,046.2 1,067.9 1,076.6 1,077.3 1,084.5 1,094.9 1,108.7 1,102.1 1,101.2
23.4
32.1
45.7
24.6
18.6
36.1
32.9
34.3
31.6
26.8
17.8

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

323.0
312.6
10.4

324.3
321.8
2.5

339.9
327.5
12.3

343.2
332.2
11.0

350.3
338.7
11.6

349.0
338.9
10.2

381.2
353.5
27.7

374.4
357.2
17.2

387.8
366.9
20.9

386.1
378.8
7.3

423.1
397.4
25.6

420.3
396.2
24.1

425.5
398.0
27.5

436.9
405.8
31.1

426.6
410.2
16.5

425.2
420.4
4.8

431.8
412.6
19.3

429.4
411.9
17.5

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

598.0
591.7

601.3
592.6

611.4
606.8

619.1
614.7

627.6
625.3

630.0
623.8

633.4
627.0

642.6
636.4

647.9
644.2

680.9
670.5

688.4
680.4

684.7
679.3

693.3
678.7

6.4

6.1

3.7

701.3
688.3
13.0

698.5
689.3

6.2

702.6
684.7
17.8

701.9
689.5

2.3

678.8
667.4
11.3

1,058.7 1,066.3

1,072.4

1,0903

1,109.5

323.1

334.9

340.3

Goods

6.3

4.6

4.4

1,019.9

1,037.6

1,047.8

308.4

Structures

8.7

1,0082

Services1

308.9

3222

319.8

320.8

318.6

1,017.0

1,035.7 1,064.8

1,135.5

1,104.0

1,108.7

1,110.3

1,130.2

10.5

8.0

5.4

14.6

1,142.3

1,157.8

1,182.6

1,191.0

350.5

3343

3332

1,1292

319.3

343.4
1970

1,126.5

1209.1 1,216.7
318.9

1,133.7

1,128.0

12.4

9.3

1234.5

1,246.1

331.3

341.0

325.8

1971

1972

Une
2,752.1 2,7963 2,816.8 2,821.7 2,864.6 2,867.8 2,884.5 2,875.1 2,867.8 2,859.5 2,895.0 2,873.3 2,9393 2,9442 2,962.3 2,977.3 3,037.3 3,089.7

Gross domestic product

2,732.1 2,760.9 2,790.3 2,809.6 2,835.8 2,844.1 2,856.3 2,856.6 2,862.8 2,851.1 2,880.6 2,877.3 2,908.0 2,920.5 2,940.c- 2,971.8 3,018.9 3,065.5
14.4
23.7
28.2
12.1
8.4
18.5
28.9
20.0
36.0
24.2
18.4
-4.0
23.8
5.4
5.1
26.5
31.9
21.9

Final sales of domestic product ....
Change in business inventories ....
Goods

1

1,149.4

1,1812

1,172.7

1,172.4 1,1993

1,196.4

1,190.0

1,189.3

1,173.5

1,177.4

1,190.7

1,150.4

1,195.5

1,1773

1,180.4

1,174.4

1206.1

1,2453

1,129.4 1,136.7 1,154.7 1,160.4 1,171.0 1,166.3 1,168.2 1,170.8 1,168.4 1,169.0 1,176.4 1,154.4 1,163.6 1,154.2 1,158.* 1,168.9 1,187.7 1,221.7
14.4
23.7
28.2
18.4
8.4
18.5
12.1
36.0
20.0
24.2
-4.0
23.8
5.4
5.1
28.9
26.5
31.9
21.9

Final sales
Change in business inventories
Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

431.1
423.6
7.4

440.3
424.4
15.9

449.2
4352
14.0

452.2
438.6
13.7

461.0
445.8
15.3

445.5
435.5
10.0

456.6
436.5
20.1

453.2
435.7
17.5

427.9
431.1
-3.3

430.2
433.7
-3.5

452.6
437.2
15.4

397.4
409.8
-12.4

437.1
417.3
19.8

421.9
413.6
8.3

432.4
418.0
14.4

420.6
427.7
-7.2

447.3
437.1
10.2

464.1
450.8
13.3

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

718.3
705.8
12.5

732.4
712.3
20.0

732.0
719.6

720.2
721.8
-1.6

738.8
725.2

744.5
730.8

739.9
731.7

736.1
735.1

745.6
737.3

747.1
735.3

753.0
744.6

747.9
740.4

753.8
741.2

758.8
750.6

781.8
770.9

Services1

13.7

8.2

1.0

8.3

11.8

758.3
746.3
12.0

756.1
740.6

13.6

738.1
739.2
-1.1

12582

1,274.6

Structures

344.5

349.7

12.5
1284.0

1,294.4
354.8

351.6

1972

1,329.1 1,344.6

1,305.3 1,319.3
359.5

358.5

359.0

1,354.8 1,3542

3412

339.5

328.0

8.4

1,365.7

1,373.4

338.5

3553

349.5

1974

1973

1,388.5

15.5

7.5

12.6

8.3

10.9

1,395.5

1,404.7

1,418.5

1,432.7

1,444.7

370.8

377.3

384.4

398.5

399.1

1976

1975

Une

Gross domestic product
Final sales of domestic product ....
Change in business inventories ....
Goods

1

Final sales
Change in business inventories

3,125.8 3,175.5 3,253.3 3267.6 3,264.3 3289.1 3,259.4 3267.6 3239.1 3,226.4 3,154.0 3,190.4 32493 3,292.5 3,356.7 3,3692 3,381.0 3,416.3
3,092.7 3,161.0 3222.0 3,229.5 3,239.6 3,232.4 3,227.6 3,237.8 3,221.4 3,182.0 3,181.9 3221.0 3,251.8 3,287.7 3,329.8 3,335.9 3,353.7 3,401.6
56.7
14.4
14.7
44.4 -28.0
31.9
38.1
33.1
272
-2.0
4.9
-30.6
17.6
29.8
24.8
31.3
33.3
26.9
1266.1 1,285.9 1,340.0

1,349.3 1,3373

1,340.8

1,3722

1,340.6

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

477.6
460.1
17.6

509.3
485.6
23.7

553.3
519.5
33.7

558.6
531.1
27.5

563.4
528.5
34.8

561.6
532.8
28.8

5432
524.3
18.9

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

788.4
772.9
15.5

776.6
785.8
-9.3

786.7
789.1
-2.4

790.7
780.2

774.4
784.4
-10.1

810.6
782.8
27.9

797.5
784.6

Services1
Structures

1,460.1 1,479.1 1,490.6
399.7

410.4

10.5
1,5043

422.7

413.4

1,518.8 1,519.0
407.7

397.9

Gross domestic product

1

1,314.0

1,253.2

1274.0 1,309.0

1,3312

1,373.8

1,3623

1,3763

544.1
509.7
34.4

490.3
507.6
-17.2

504.9
515.8
-10.9

521.9
526.3

523.6
536.9
-13.3

548.3
537.0
11.3

555.4
535.4
20.0

7712
772.1
-0.9

769.9
759.8

762.8
773.6
-10.7

769.1
788.8
-19.7

787.1
784.7

807.6
789.4
18.2

814.7
799.1

818.4
805.1

560.1
541.0
19.1
816.7
808.6

13.3

8.1

1,559.0

1,577.6

1,598.3

378.7

384.4

546.2
527.7
18.5

1,548.4

12.9
1,534.3

362.6

323.2

318.1

10.0
1,573.7
338.7

1,3772

1,304.6 1,311.0 1,326.3 1,336.0 1,340.5 1,349.7 1,362.5
14.7
27.2
-30.6
26.9
-2.0
4.9
33.3

5432
536.5
6.7
797.3
774.3
23.1

1978

1977

Final sales of domestic product....
Change in business inventories ....

1,317.4

1,232.9 1,271.5 1,308.6 1,3112 1,313.0 1,315.5 1,308.9 1,310.8 1,299.8 1,269.6 1281.1
56.7
14.4
44.4 -28.0
31.9
38.1
33.1
29.8
24.8
31.3
17.6

2.4
1,6103

1,621.8

15.6
1,634.5
359.3

3293

1,639.1 1,653.1
356.3

350.9

566.5
549.0
17.5
810.7
813.5
-2.9
1,669.7
369.4

1980

1979

3,466.4

3,525.0

3,574.4

3,5672

3,591.8

3,707.0

3,735.6

3,779.6

3,780.8

3,784.3

3,807.5

3,814.6

3,830.8

3,732.6

3,733.5

3,808.5

3,441.5
24.9

3,490.7
34.3

3,520.4
54.0

3,543.4
23.8

3,555.8
36.0

3,670.1
36.9

3,700.3
35.3

3,739.0
40.6

3,759.1
21.7

3,754.6
29.7

3,802.5
5.0

3,816.7
-2.0

3,823.7
7.1

3,736.2
-3.6

3,770.7
-372

3,807.7
.8

1,407.6

1,432.0

1,4602

1,447.7

1,445.1

1,516.4

1,518.7

1,548.7

1,541.8

1,531.0

1,5402

1,5352

1,551.7

1,493.4

1,475.1

1,517.8

Final sales
Change in business inventories

1,382.6
24.9

1,397.7
34.3

1,406.2
54.0

1,423.9
23.8

1,409.2
36.0

1,479.5
36.9

1,483.4
35.3

1,5082
40.6

1,520.1
21.7

1,501.3
29.7

1,5352
5.0

1,537.2
-2.0

1,544.6
7.1

1,497.0
-3.6

1,512.3
-37.2

1,517.0
.8

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

584.8
573.0
11.8

601.7
585.0
16.6

6072
584.5
22.7

603.1
591.9
112

618.5
583.6
35.0

660.8
633.0
27.8

648.4
630.7
17.7

681.6
647.5
34.1

688.9
661.6
27.3

666.3
642.9
23.3

658.1
658.9
-0.8

650.1
6532
-3.1

661.9
660.7
12

594.1
607.8
-13.8

595.2
614.1
-18.9

637.3
622.9
14.4

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

822.8
809.7

830.3
812.6

853.0
821.7
31.3

844.6
832.0

826.6
825.6

855.6
846.5

870.3
852.8

8672
860.7

852.9
858.5
-5.6

864.7
858.4

8822
876.3

885.1
884.1

884.0
5.9

889.2
102

879.9
8982
-18.3

880.5
894.1
-13.7

1,848.3

1,851.8

1,872.8

1,884.5

430.8

387.3

385.6

406.3

Goods

Servicesx
Structures
See footnote(s) at end of table.




13.1

17.7

1,681.0

1,689.0

3773

404.1

1,7113
402.3

12.6

1.0

9.1

17.6

6.4

1,722.8

1,7463

1,768.1

1,779.4

1,788.1

396.7

3993

422.4

437.5

442.8

1,807.8
431.1

6.4

5.9

1.0

1,8163

1,824.4

1,837.8

436.5

4423

441.6

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

11

Table 1.4.—Gross Domestic Product by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1982

1981

1984

1983

Line

Gross domestic product ,

3,860.5

3,844.4

3,864.5

3,803.1

3,756.1

3,771.1

3,754.4

3,759.6

3,783.5

3,886.5

3,944.4

4,012.1

4,089.5

4,144.0

4,166.4

4,194.2

Final sales of domestic product..
Change in business inventories .

3,827.9
32.6

3,828.6
15.8

3,828.8
35.7

3,789.0
14.1

3,780.6
-24.4

3,772.6
-1.5

3,753.7
.7

3,804.5
-44.9

3,817.0
-33.5

3,876.6
9.9

3,932.3
12.1

3,982.8
29.3

4,009.6
79.9

4,073.1
71.0

4,093.5
73.0

4,146.2
47.9

Goods 1 .

1,567.1

1,544.5

1,566.7

1,511.4

1,466.3

1,489.4

1,471.5

1,447.7

1,451.0

1,527.0

1,551.0

1,597.8

1,644.4

1,671.0

1,674.6

1,680.9

Final sales
Change in business inventories .

1,534.4
32.6

1,528.6
15.8

1,531.0
35.7

1,497.3
14.1

1,490.7
-24.4

1,490.9
-1.5

1,470.8
.7

1,492.6
-44.9

1,484.5
-33.5

1,517.2
9.9

1,538.9
12.1

1,568.5
29.3

1,564.5
79.9

1,600.0
71.0

1,601.7
73.0

1,633.0
47.9

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories .

640.5
633.4
7.0

636.7
625.8
10.9

638.8
626.3
12.5

586.9
592.2
-5.3

566.8
583.6
-16.8

579.5
580.4
-0.9

566.2
570.7
-4.4

539.1
580.9
-41.9

533.6
564.6
-31.0

604.8
597.1
7.7

626.7
605.0
21.7

666.1
639.4
26.7

638.6
49.5

701.4
654.8
46.5

696.2
649.2
47.0

717.3
677.6
39.7

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories .

926.6
901.0
25.6

907.8
902.8

927.9
904.7
232

924.5
905.1

899.4
907.0
-7.6

909.9
910.5
-0.6

905.3
900.1

908.6
911.6
-3.0

917.4
919.9
-2.5

922.2
920.1

924.3
933.9
-9.6

931.7
929.1

956.3
925.9
30.4

945.2
24.4

978.4
952.5
25.9

963.6
955.3

1,912.6

1,912.4

1,942.1

1,955.7

2,012.4

2,023.6

2,038.4

377.3

369.2

369.8

376.8

432.7

449.5

453.4

Services1 .

1,982.7

Structures

410.8

4.9
1,895.0
404.9

19.5

1,903.4

1,901.8

394.4

389.9

5.2
1,924.0
359.0

2.1
1,970.0

1,983.2
410.2

389.4

2.6
1,998.3
416.0

8.3
2,058.1
455.1

1987

1986
Line

4,221.8

4,387.7

4,412.6

4,427.1

4,460.0

4,515.3

4,559.3

4,625.5

4,655.3

4,704.8

4,734.5

4,779.7

4,342.4
48.1

4,369.5
18.2

4,424.7
-12.0

4,447.2
-20.1

4,437.5
22.5

4,497.9
17.3

4,553.9
5.4

4,565.6
59.9

4,636.2
19.2

4,688.7
16.1

4,710.9
23.5

4,758.7
20.9

1,687.8

1,713.1

1,708.1

1,744.8

1,732.4

1,741.6

1,741.8

1,751.4

1,777.8

1,798.1

1,850.3

1,858.2

1,887.4

1,664.0
23.7

1,693.3
19.8

1,677.9
30.2

1,696.7
48.1

1,714.2
18.2

1,753.6
-12.0

1,761.8
-20.1

1,728.9
22.5

1,760.4
17.3

1,792.7
5.4

1,790.9
59.9

1,839.0
19.2

1,871.3
16.1

1,875.0
23.5

1,905.0
20.9

710.3
700.3
10.0

724.2
722.3
1.9

714.9
703.1
11.9

728.4
703.1
25.3

725.4
716.7
8.7

741.0
755.7
-14.7

738.5
750.4
-11.9

745.5
718.4
27.1

769.3
745.2
24.1

779.5
781.1
-1.6

806.3
769.4
36.9

822.0
811.3
10.6

849.4
835.3
14.1

867.7
832.7
35.0

886.3
852.9
33.5

970.0
968.4

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories ..

4,390.5

4,303.3
30.2

701.0
687.8
13.2

Final sales
Change in business inventories ..
Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories ..

4,333.5

4,289.2
19.8

1,656.2
14.8

Goods1

4,309.0

4,231.0
23.7

1,671.0

Change in business inventories

4,254.8

4,207.1
14.8

Gross domestic product .
Final sales of domestic product

977.5
963.8

988.9
971.0

993.2
974.9

1,016.4
993.5
22.8

1,007.0
997.5

1,000.6
997.9

1,003.2
1,011.4

1,005.9
1,010.5

1,008.5
1,015.2

1,018.6
1,011.6

1,044.5
1,021.5

1,036.2
1,027.7

1,038.0
1,036.0

1,030.8
1,042.4
-11.5

1,039.6
1,052.2
-12.5

2,359.9

2,372.4

476.0

481.3

1.6

17.9

18.3

2,098.5

2,127.1

2,148.8

464.0

Structures

13.7

2,086.9

Services1

468.5

468.7

476.5

9.5

2.6

-8.2

-4.6

-6.8

7.0

23.0

8.6

2.0

2,175.7

2,192.5

2,208.2

2,237.2

2,261.4

2,279.8

2,290.9

2,3262

2,3402

479.5

2,163.6

478.5

477.2

471.4

476.1

481.4

483.8

470.9

4772

482.1

1. Exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment purchased and sold by the Federal Government, are included in services.

1,926.0

NOTE.—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.

Table 1.5.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1959

1960

1961

1962

1964

1963

1965

4942

Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: Imports of goods and services

513.4

531.8

571.6

603.1

648.0

20.6
22.3

Gross domestic product

25.3
22.8

26.0
22.7

27.4
25.0

29.4
26.1

33.6
28.1

1966

35.4
31.5

1968

1967

702.7

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

959.5

1,010.7

1,0972

1207.0

1,349.6

38.9
37.1

41.4
39.9

45.3
46.6

49.3
50.5

57.0
55.8

59.3
62.3

66.2
74.2

91.8
91.2
1,349.0

814.3

510.9

528.4

5692

599.8

642.5

767.9.

812.9

890.6

960.7

1,0095

1,1002

1215.0

42

3.2

2.9

6.1

5.7

5.0

9.7

13.8

10.5

9.1

9.7

2.3

8.0

9.9

17.7

491.7

507.7

525.5

563.0

5942

6375

689.1

754.1

802.4

881.5

951.0

1,0072

1,0922

1205.1

1,331.3

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1,458.6

1,585.9

1,768.4

1,974.1

2,232.7

2,488.6

2,708.0

3,030.6

3,149.6

3,405.0

3,7772

4,038.7

4,268.6

4,539.9

4,900.4

124.3
127.5

136.3
122.7

148.9
151.1

158.8
182.4

186.1
212.3

228.9
252.7

279.2
293.9

303.0
317.7

282.6
303.2

276.7
328.1

302.4
405.1

302.1
417.6

319.2
451.7

364.0
507.1

444.2
552.2

1,461.8

1572.3

1,770.7

1,997.8

2,258.8

2,5125

2,722.8

3,045.3

3,1702

3,4565

3,879.9

4,154.3

4,4012

4,683.0

5,008.4

14.3

-5.7

16.7

24.7

27.9

12.8

-9.5

25.4

-15.9

-5.5

71.1

24.6

1,4475

1,578.0

1,754.0

1,973.1

2,230.9

2,499.7

2,732.3

3,019.8

3,1862

3,462.0

3,808.8

4,129.7

Equals: Gross domestic purchasesJ
Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sates to domestic purchasers

Gross domestic product
Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: Imports of goods and services
Equals: Gross domestic purchases1
Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers

1960

1959

1961

1987

26.3

16.2

4,656.7

4,3925

4,9922

1962

Line

Gross domestic product
Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: Imports of goods and services
Equals: Gross domestic purchases'
Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers
See footnote(s) at end of table.




483.5

4962

496.4

5005

514.0

512.9

515.8

510.8

515.1

525.9

536.6

5495

561.9

569.4

576.2

578.9

588.1

596.7

19.7
21.4

20.0
22.5

21.8
22.9

21.1
22.5

24.2
23.3

25.2
23.5

25.9
22.9

25.8
21.7

26.1
21.7

25.2
21.9

26.1
23.3

26.8
23.9

26.6
24.3

28.1
24.9

28.0
25.1

27.0
25.5

27.2
25.2

29.6
25.9

485.3

498.8

4975

501.9

513.1

511.1

512.8

506.7

510.7

522.7

533.7

546.6

559.7

5662

573.3

577.4

586.1

592.9

4.4

7.8

4.3

11.3

3.0

42

-5.7

-2.6

1.6

6.7

6.0

9.5

5.6

6.2

3.1

7.0

4.9

480.8

491.0

497.6

501.8

508.1

508.6

512.4

513.3

521.1

527.1

540.6

550.2

5605

567.1

574.3

579.1

497.3

12

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.5.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1964

1963

1965

1967

1966

Line

609.4

654.1

659.7

679.8

691.9

708.3

730.7

753.1

762.2

775.3

788.5

797.7

803.8

820.5

835.3

32.6
27.7

33.9
28.4

35.0
29.3

31.5
28.5

36.3
31.7

35.7
32.0

38.0
33.9

38.2
35.0

38.2
36.2

39.0
38.2

40.4
38.8

41.7
39.4

41.1
39.0

40.7
39.5

41.9
41.7

613.9

628.9

638.7

648.6

654.0

676.8

687.3

704.6

726.6

749.9

760.2

774.5

787.0

795.4

801.7

819.3

835.1

4.8

5.6

4.8

4.3

5.4

12.3

9.2

9.5

7.8

13.5

12.5

12.2

17.0

14.0

6.4

11.4

10.2

600.4

609.1

623.3

633.8

644.3

648.6

664.5

678.1

695.1

718.7

736.4

747.7

762.3

770.0

781.4

795.3

807.9

824.9

883.7

Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers:

643.6

32.9
27.0

5.9

Equals: Gross domestic purchases'

634.8

31.1
26.8

606.4

Plus: Imports of goods and services

618.3

29.8
26.7

Gross domestic product
Less: Exports of goods and services

900.3

913.7

937.3

951.1

970.7

978.8

1,003.8

1,022.8

1,026.4

1,069.8

1,088.2

1,108.4

1,122.3

1,160.9

1,192.5

44.8
45.4

47.0
48.2

46.2
48.2

41.9
43.8

50.9
52.7

51.0
52.4

53.2
53.1

57.6
55.2

57.3
56.4

58.3
57.9

59.5
58.7

59.5
63.3

62.4
65.5

55.9
61.9

63.5
72.2

63.1
71.4
1,200.8

1968
Line

Gross domestic product
43.2
44.4

Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: Imports of goods and services

54.7
53.5

884.3

901.5

915.6

939.2

952.8

972.0

978.7

1,001.3

1,022.0

1,026.0

1,069.0

1,092.0

1,111.5

1,128.3

1,169.5

7.8

13.7

9.6

5.4

11.6

9.3

10.9

7.1

2.1

3.7

5.4

-2.2

12.4

9.5

9.4

.9

5.0

11.6

853.0

870.7

891.9

910.2

927.6

943.5

961.2

971.6

986.4

997.6

1,016.5

1,028.2

1,056.6

1,082.5

1,102.1

1,127.4

1,164.5

1,1892

Equals: Gross domestic purchases'
Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers

1972

1974

1973

1975

1976

Line

1,217.7

Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers

1,358.4

1,4012

1,410.9

1,444.1

1,474.7

1,504.8

1,513.6

1,552.1

1,614.4

1,663.3

1,717.8

1,746.4

1,779.9

1,829.6

88.3
89.5

94.3
91.1

103.4
98.7

114.6
110.3

123.7
129.4

124.5
133.6

134.4
136.6

138.0
124.9

131.8
115.2

133.7
122.1

141.7
128.7

143.1
138.9

146.0
147.1

150.9
155.9

155.4
162.7

1,263.8

1,308.7

1,335.6

1,3552

1,396.4

1,406.6

1,449.7

1,483.8

1,506.9

1,500.5

1,535.6

1,602.8

1,650.4

1,713.6

1,747.5

1,784.9

1,836.8

9.4

16.7

11.4

29.6

13.8

16.5

8.5

18.3

-12.9

-15.4

1.9

3.7

16.1

20.6

19.2

10.9

1,212.1

Equals: Gross domestic purchases'

1,3345

81.0
85.4

13.6

Plus: Imports of goods and services

1,304.4

72.1
79.2

1,225.7

Less: Exports of goods and services

1,256.8

66.2
74.1

Gross domestic product

1,254.4

1,318.9

1,343.7

1,366.8

1,392.8

1,4332

1,475.4

1,488.6

1,513.4

1,550.9

1,600.9

1,646.7

1,697.5

1,726.9

1,765.6

1,825.9

13.1
1,295.7

1977

1978

1980

1979

Line

1,881.7

Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers

2,0902

2,213.9

2274.7

2,352.0

2,3992

2,453.3

2,523.3

2,578.8

2,650.1

2,643.9

2,705.3

2,832.9

157.1
187.9

164.0
203.3

185.6
208.9

190.5
215.1

204.5
221.8

210.7
229.9

219.9
243.2

233.1
257.3

251.9
280.4

267.5
304.6

276.2
292.8

282.7
279.2

290.4
299.0

1,974.4

2,036.2

2,077.6

2,129.5

2237.1

2,299.3

2,369.3

2,418.4

2,476.6

2,547.5

2,607.3

2,687.3

2,660.5

2,701.8

2,841.5

25.0

38.4

20.3

252

28.7

27.5

30.2

20.4

232

7.3

.2

7.1

-2.2

-35.9

-6.8

1,887.8

Equals: Gross domestic purchases'

2,046.8

161.8
183.0

15.2

Plus: Imports of goods and services

2,015.1

161.3
182.8

1,902.9

Less: Exports of goods and services

1,952.9

154.8
176.1

Gross domestic product

1,949.3

1,997.8

2,057.4

2,104.3

2208.4

2271.8

2,339.1

2,397.9

2,453.4

2,540.2

2,6072

2,680.2

2,662.7

2,737.8

2,848.4

1981

1984

1983

1982

Line

2,953.5

Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers

3,092.9

3,1462

3,1642

3,195.1

3,254.9

3,367.1

3,450.9

3,547.3

3,666.9

3,754.6

3,8182

3,869.1

303.4
319.7

291.9
309.4

293.9
299.0

279.0
309.3

265.6
295.1

270.6
294.3

272.3
317.2

277.7
342.9

286.2
358.0

293.1
388.5

302.1
406.7

305.7
409.5

308.7
415.7

3,009.0

3,089.6

3,112.7

3,110.4

3,151.3

3,194.5

3224.6

3278.7

3,412.0

3,516.1

3,619.1

3,762.3

3,859.1

3,922.1

3,9762

13.9

36.9

-19.3

-0.2

2.0

-46.3

-37.3

-2.8

-2.1

20.2

77.9

74.7

80.7

51.0

2,936.9

Equals: Gross domestic purchases'

3,096.3

299.9
310.0

32.9

Plus: Imports of goods and services

3,079.6

305.8
321.7

2,969.8

Less: Exports of goods and services

2,993.0

303.0
319.3

Gross domestic product

2,995.1

3,052.7

3,129.8

3,1515

3,1925

3270.9

3,316.0

3,414.9

3,518.2

3,598.9

3,684.4

3,784.4

3,841.4

3,9252

18.1
3,094.6

1985

1987

1986

Line

t i f O S S OOnifiSHO PfQCIUwx

Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: Imports of goods and services
Equals: Gross domestic purchases'
Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers2

3,940.0

3,997.5

4,076.9

4,140.5

4215.7

4232.0

42902

4,336.6

4,408.3

4,494.9

4,573.5

4,683.0

4,752.4

4,8572

4,947.3

5,044.6

305.0
396.8

302.7
418.7

295.8
414.7

304.7
4402

311.5
4392

313.0
442.7

318.4
457.8

333.9
467.1

336.3
476.5

355.7
500.8

371.5
515.3

392.4
535.6

418.5
540.5

438.8
544.3

452.4
550.9

467.0
573.1

4,031.8

4,113.6

4,195.8

4276.0

4,343.5

4,361.7

4,429.7

4,469.8

4,548.6

4,640.0

4,717.3

4,8262

4,874.4

4,962.7

5,045.8

5,150.7

19.3

26.7

19.9

32.6

48.1

17.4

-12.0

-18.8

23.1

17.8

4.9

59.3

16.8

13.8

17.1

17.3

4,012.5

4,086.9

4,175.8

4243.4

4295.4

4,344.4

4,441.7

4,488.7

4,525.4

4,622.2

4,712.4

4,766.9

4,857.7

4,949.0

5,028.7

5,133.3

1. Purchases by U.S. residents of goods and servjces wherever produced.
2. Final sales to U.S. residents of goods and services wherever produced.
NOTE.—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.




NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

13

Table 1.6.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers in Constant
Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1959

1966

1963

1967

1968

1970

1971

1,928.8

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers 2

2,215.6

2,340.6

2,470.5

2,616.2

2,685.2

2,796.9

2,873.0

2,873.9

2,955.9

3,107.1

3,268.6

95.0
105.5

101.8
107.7

115.4
112.9

118.1
124.5

125.7
143.7

130.0
153.7

140.2
177.7

147.8
189.2

161.3
196.4

161.9
207.8

173.7
230.2

210.3
244.4

1,978.5

2,029.3

2,138.6

2,221.4

2,338.1

2,476.9

2,634.2

2,708.9

2,834.4

2,914.5

2,909.1

3,001.8

3,163.6

3,302.7

8.1

7.2

15.6

16.0

15.7

25.1

36.7

27.6

23.6

24.8

5.9

20.8

22.5

37.7

1,937.0

Less: Change in business inventories

2,128.1

89.9
95.3

13.6

Equals: Gross domestic purchases 1

2,023.8

88.4
96.1

1,950.6

Plus: Imports of goods and services

1,970.8

73.8
95.6

Gross domestic product
Less: Exports of goods and services

1,970.4

2,022.1

2,123.0

2,205.4

2,322.4

2,451.8

2,597.4

2,681.3

2,810.7

2,889.7

2,903.1

2,981.1

3,141.0

3,264.9

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers 2

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1985

1986

1987

3,703.5

3,796.8

3,776.3

3,843.1

3,760.3

3,906.6

4,148.5

4,279.8

4,404.5

4,539.9

4,718.6

232.9
209.8

243.4
249.7

246.9
274.7

270.2
300.1

293.5
304.1

320.5
289.9

326.1
304.1

296.7
304.1

285.9
342.1

305.7
427.7

309.2
454.6

329.6
484.7

364.0
507.1

421.6
525.7

3,198.6

3,387.1

3,561.1

3,733.3

3,807.4

3,745.7

3,821.2

3,767.7

3,962.8

4,270.5

4,425.1

4,559.6

4,683.0

4,822.6

-13.9

25.5

34.3

37.2

13.6

-8.3

24.6

-17.5

4.4

67.9

22.1

8.5

26.3

19.9

3,221.3

Less: Change in business inventories

1977
3,533.3

30.9

Equals: Gross domestic purchases'

1976
3,380.8

3,252.2

Plus: Imports of goods and services

1975
3,221.7

234.4
238.4

Less: Exports of goods and services

1974
3,248.1

Line
Gross domestic product

3,212.5

3,361.6

3,526.8

3,696.1

3,793.8

3,753.9

3,796.6

3,785.3

3,958.3

4,202.6

4,403.0

4,551.1

4,656.7

4,802.6

1960

1961

1962

1963

Une

1,904.9

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers

1,976.9

1,971.7

1,973.7

1,961.1

1,977.4

2,006.0

2,035.2

2,076.5

2,103.8

2,125.7

2,142.6

2,140.2

2,170.9

2,199.5

74.7
95.3

84.9
98.3

88.3
98.7

90.5
96.1

90.2
91.4

90.7
91.6

86.5
92.6

90.7
97.4

91.4
99.8

91.1
103.1

97.3
105.0

97.5
106.3

94.2
107.6

94.4
104.8

102.1
107.3

1,962.5

1,951.1

1,962.4

1,990.3

1,982.1

1,979.3

1,962.3

1,978.2

2,012.0

2,041.9

2,084.9

2,115.7

2,1335

2,151.5

2,153.7

2,181.3

2,204.7

24.4

.5

13.9

29.6

7.2

11.6

-15.9

-8.5

2.6

18.5

16.3

23.3

14.2

17.5

7.4

21.3

14.9

1,910.8

Equals: Gross domestic purchases'
Less: Change in business inventories

1,941.9

77.5
97.8

15.5

Plus: Imports of goods and services

1,930.8

72.0
97.0

1,926.3

Less: Exports of goods and services

1,937.5

70.9
92.3

Gross domestic product

1,938.1

1,950.6

1,948.5

1,960.7

1,974.9

1,967.7

1,978.1

1,986.7

2,009.5

2,023.4

2,068.6

2,092.4

2,119.2

2,134.0

2,146.3

2,160.0

2,189.8

1965

1964

1963

1967

Une

2,237.6

Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers

2,357.4

2,364.0

2,410.1

2,442.8

2,485.5

2,543.8

2,596.8

2,601.4

2,626.1

2,640.5

2,657.2

2,669.0

2,699.5

2,715.1

112.6
111.5

116.8
114.3

118.7
116.8

105.2
112.7

121.0
125.9

119.0
126.8

127.1
132.4

125.2
136.5

124.3
140.3

125.5
148.3

127.9
149.6

131.0
151.6

129.5
150.6

128.3
151.8

131.3
161.0

2,256.1

2,3065

2,328.8

2,354.9

2,362.1

2,417.6

2,447.7

2,493.3

2,549.1

2,608.1

2,617.4

2,648.9

2,662.2

2,677.7

2,690.1

2,723.0

2,744.8

11.2

16.9

15.4

13.9

16.4

34.0

23.4

24.6

18.6

36.1

32.1

32.9

45.7

34.3

17.8

31.6

26.8

2,226.9

Equals: Gross domestic purchases'

2,329.9

113.6
109.0

16.7

Plus: Imports of goods and services

2,311.1

107.3
109.0

2,243.6

Less: Exports of goods and services

2,254.5

103.4
109.5

Gross domestic product

2,244.9

2,289.6

2,313.4

2,341.0

2,345.7

2,383.6

2,424.4

2,468.7

2,530.5

2,572.0

2,585.3

2,616.0

2,616.5

2,643.4

2,672.3

2,691.4

2,718.0

1968

1971

1970

1972

Une

2,752.1

Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers

2,864.6

2,867.8

2,884.5

2,875.1

2,867.8

2,859.5

2,895.0

2,873.3

2,939.9

2,944.2

2,962.3

2,977.3

3,037.3

3,089.7

142.9
183.1

128.4
167.3

154.5
198.6

153.1
196.3

155.0
194.8

157.3
193.3

163.3
197.1

161.3
195.7

163.2
199.6

162.5
196.5

162.7
211.5

171.0
218.0

151.4
205.2

169.5
230.7

166.5
223.5

2,832.6

2,8542

2,861.8

2,903.5

2,912.0

2,927.7

2,914.8

2,903.8

2,893.4

2,929.4

2,909.7

2,973.8

2,993.0

3,009.3

3,031.1

3,098.5

3,146.7

36.0

26.5

12.1

28.9

23.7

28.2

18.5

5.1

8.4

14.4

-4.0

31.9

23.8

21.9

5.4

18.4

24.2

2,768.8

Equals: Gross domestic purchases'

2,821.7

1462
183.6

20.0

Plus: Imports of goods and services

2,816.8

137.6
173.2

2,788.8

Less: Exports of goods and services

2,796.9

1342
170.9

Gross domestic product

2,796.6

2,827.7

2,849.7

2,874.6

2,888.3

2,899.5

2,896.4

2,898.7

2,885.0

2,915.0

2,913.7

2,942.0

2,987.3

3,025.6

3,080.0

3,122.5

1974

1973

1972

1976

1975

Une

Equals: Gross domestic purchases'
Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers
See footnote(s) at end of table.




2

3253.3

3267.6

3,264.3

3289.1

3,259.4

3267.5

3,239.1

3226.4

3,154.0

3,190.4

3249.9

3,292.5

3,356.7

3,3692

3,381.0

3,416.3

185.0
239.0

200.7
250.3

2092
245.9

212.4
238.5

219.0
242.9

229.0
234.3

240.2
244.7

230.4
239.6

237.8
235.1

233.9
210.7

227.7
195.0

229.7
211.4

240.2
222.0

238.9
236.0

239.9
246.1

246.4
254.7

248.4
262.1

3229.4

3,303.0

3,3042

3,290.4

3,313.0

3264.7

3272.1

3248.3

3,223.7

3,130.7

3,157.7

32315

3,274.4

3,353.8

3,375.4

3,389.3

3,430.0

33.1

Plus: Imports of goods and services

3,1755

3,179.7

Less: Exports of goods and services

3,125.8
173.9
227.8

vsross ooffiostic proem?! ••••••••••••••••«•••••*•••••••••••<

14.4

31.3

38.1

24.8

56.7

31.9

29.8

17.6

44.4

-28.0

-30.6

-2.0

4.9

26.9

33.3

272

14.7

3,146.6

3,215.0

3271.6

3266.1

3,265.6

3256.3

3,232.8

3242.3

3,230.6

3,179.3

3,158.7

3,1882

32335

3,2695

3,327.0

3,342.1

3,362.1

3,415.4

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

14

Table 1.6.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers in Constant
Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1977

1978

1979

1980

Line
I

II

III

IV

1

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

Gross domestic product

1

3,466.4

3,525.0

3,574.4

3,567.2

3,591.8

3,707.0

3,735.6

3,779.6

3,780.8

3,784.3

3,807.5

3,814.6

3,830.8

3,732.6

3,733.5

3,8085

Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: Imports of goods and services ...

2
3

244.0
271.8

250.8
276.0

250.5
273.0

242.1
277.9

248.7
295.6

271.6
298.1

274.5
301.4

286.0
305.2

286.5
303.8

284.9
305.3

292.9
300.2

309.9
307.1

319.6
308.5

323.0
290.0

320.1
273.1

319.5
287.9

Equals: Gross domestic purchases'

4

3,494.1

3,550.2

3,596.9

3,603.0

3,638.6

3,7335

3,762.5

3,798.8

3,798.1

3,804.7

3,814.8

3,811.9

3,819.7

3,699.5

3,6865

3,776.9

Less: Change in business inventories

5

24.9

34.3

54.0

23.8

36.0

36.9

35.3

40.6

21.7

29.7

5.0

-2.0

7.1

-3.6

-37.2

.8

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers2

6

3,469.2

3,515.9

3,542.9

3,579.2

3,602.6

3,696.6

3,727.2

3,758.2

3,776.4

3,775.0

3,809.8

3,813.9

3,812.6

3,703.1

3,723.7

3,7762

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

1981

1982

1983

1984

Line

1

3,860.5

3,844.4

3,864.5

3,803.1

3,756.1

3,771.1

3,754.4

3,759.6

3,7835

3,886.5

3,944.4

4,012.1

4,089.5

4,144.0

4,166.4

4,1942

Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: Imports of goods and services

2
3

328.1
299.0

332.0
304.1

323.3
302.3

321.1
311.1

306.1
302.6

306.5
302.9

293.9
311.5

280.4
299.4

282.5
310.5

283.7
329.5

286.1
353.1

291.5
375.1

298.0
406.3

303.9
424.9

308.2
435.4

312.8
444.2

Equals: Gross domestic purchases *

4

3,831.5

3,816.5

3,843.6

3,793.1

3,752.6

3,767.6

3,772.1

3,778.6

3,8115

3,932.3

4,011.4

4,095.8

4,197.9

4,265.0

4,293.6

4,325.5

Less: Change in business inventories

5

32.6

15.8

35.7

14.1

-24.4

-1.5

.7

-44.9

-33.5

9.9

12.1

29.3

79.9

71.0

73.0

47.9

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers2

6

3,798.9

3,800.6

3,807.9

3,779.0

3,777.1

3,769.1

3,771.4

3,823.5

3,845.0

3,922.5

3,999.2

4,066.5

4,118.0

4,194.0

4,220.7

4,277.6

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

1

4,221.8

4,254.8

4,309.0

4,333.5

4,390.5

4,387.7

4,412.6

4,427.1

4,460.0

4,515.3

4,559.3

4,625.5

4,655.3

4,704.8

4,734.5

4,779.7

2
3

310.9
438.1

309.8
459.0

304.3
454.0

312.0
467.4

320.9
464.0

323.9
480.9

330.6
494.9

342.9
498.9

342.1
492.1

356.5
502.7

371.5
511.3

386.1
522.1

407.1
520.5

417.2
515.2

424.1
526.1

438.2
540.9
4,882.4

1985

1986

1987

1988

Line

Less: Exports of goods and services .. ..
Plus: Imports of goods and services
1

4

4,349.0

4,404.0

4,458.6

4,488.9

4,533.6

4,544.7

4,577.0

4,583.1

4,610.0

4,661.6

4,699.1

4,7615

4,768.7

4,802.8

4,836.4

Less* Change in business inventories

5

14.8

23.7

19.8

30.2

48.1

18.2

-12.0

-20.1

22.5

17.3

5.4

59.9

19.2

16.1

23.5

20.9

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers2

6

4,334.2

4,380.2

4,438.8

4,458.7

4,485.5

4,526.6

4,589.0

4,603.2

4,5875

4,644.2

4,693.7

4,701.6

4,749.5

4,786.7

4,812.9

4,861.4

Equals: Gross domestic purchases

1. Purchases by U.S. residents of goods and services wherever produced.
2. Final sales to U.S. residents of goods and services wherever produced.
NOTE—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.

Table 1.7.—Gross Domestic Product by Sector
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1959

1960

1961

1962

1964

1965

1967

1970

1971

1972

1973

1

494.2

513.4

531.8

571.6

603.1

648.0

702.7

769.8

814.3

889.3

959.5

1,010.7

1,0972

1,207.0

1,349.6

2

436.9

451.4

465.7

5005

527.1

565.8

614.1

670.1

7035

765.4

822.5

858.7

9312

1,025.3

1,151.5

3
4
5
6
7

419.8
3842
35.6
18.9
-1.8

434.7
396.1
38.6
19.8
-3.1

447.9
406.5
41.4
20.1
-2.2

481.4
436.7
44.6
20.2
-1.0

508.7
461.3
47.4
20.4
-2.0

547.2
497.0
50.2
19.3
-0.7

592.9
539.4
53.5
21.9
-0.7

644.4
587.5
57.0
22.9
2.8

680.5
619.6
60.8
22.2
.8

742.8
678.0
64.8
22.7
-0.1

799.9
730.0
69.9
25.2
-2.6

832.5
757.6
74.9
26.2
0

900.0
818.3
81.7
28.1
3.1

991.7
902.9
88.7
32.6
1.1

1,1022
1,005.3
96.9
49.8
-0.5

8

12.4

13.9

145

15.6

16.7

17.9

19.3

21.3

23.4

26.1

295

32.4

35.6

39.0

43.0

9
10

3.6
8.9

3.8
10.1

3.7
10.7

3.8
11.8

3.8
12.8

3.9
14.0

4.0
15.3

4.0
17.2

42
192

4.4
21.7

4.4
25.0

4.5
27.9

4.6
31.1

4.6
34.3

48
38.2

11

44.9

48.1

51.6

555

59.3

64.4

69.3

78.4

87.4

97.8

1075

1195

130.4

142.6

155.1

12
13

21.7
23.1

22.6
25.5

23.7
27.9

252
30.2

26.5
32.9

28.5
35.9

30.0
39.3

34.3
44.1

37.9
49.5

41.9
55.9

44.9
62.6

48.5
71.1

51.1
79.3

54.9
87.7

57.2
97.9

14

399.6

411.1

422.6

454.1

477.8

513.7

558.6

611.1

640.6

698.4

7502

781.2

846.8

933.7

1,051.5

Line
Gross domestic product

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy .

....

Households and institutions
Private households
Nonprofit institutions

Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

1963

1966

1968

1969

Line

Business

...

. .

Farm
Households and institutions
Private households
Nonprofit institutions

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1,458.6

1,585.9

1,768.4

1,974.1

2232.7

2,488.6

2,708.0

3,030.6

3,149.6

3,405.0

3,777.2

4,038.7

4,268.6

4,539.9

4,900.4

2

.

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing

1974

1

Gross domestic product

1,242.7

1,346.1

1,507.4

1,691.1

1,921.1

2,147.9

2,328.9

2,611.7

2,692.1

2,9143

3251.1

3,473.5

3,665.7

3,890.8

4201.0

3
4
5
6
7

1,193.9
1,088.0
105.9
47.4
1.4

1,291.4
1,177.1
114.3
48.8
6.0

1,450.6
1,325.6
125.0
46.4
10.4

1,633.0
1,493.6
139.4
472
10.9

1,858.7
1,702.7
156.0
54.7
7.6

2,069.7
1,893.6
176.1
64.5
13.8

2,2592
2,054.1
205.1
56.1
13.6

2,530.9
2,296.4
234.5
69.9
10.9

2,634.4
2,377.0
257.4
65.1
-7.4

2,855.5
2,581.8
273.7
492
10.2

3,191.6
2,894.6
297.0
68.5
-9.0

3,420.3
3,097.8
322.4
67.1
-13.9

3,601.5
3,257.4
344.1
62.9
1.2

3,849.5
3,480.6
368.9
66.0
-24.8

4,161.8
3,765.1
396.8
67.6
-28.4

8

472

52.0

57.1

62.4

71.0

785

89.3

1005

111.6

121.3

132.0

141.7

153.3

1705

187.6

9
10

4.6
42.6

4.6
47.4

5.4
51.7

5.9
56.5

6.5
64.4

6.4
72.5

6.1
83.2

6.2
94.3

6.3
105.4

6.3
115.0

7.3
124.7

7.3
134.3

7.7
145.6

7.7
162.8

8.3
179.3

General government

11

168.8

187.7

203.9

220.6

240.7

261.9

289.8

318.4

3453

368.9

394.1

423.6

449.6

478.7

511.7

Federal
State and local

12
13

61.1
107.6

66.6
121.1

71.0
132.9

75.6
145.0

81.8
158.9

87.1
174.8

96.3
193.5

107.7
210.7

117.3
228.5

125.0
243.9

132.2
261.9

140.3
2832

143.7
305.9

151.4
327.3

159.8
351.9

14

1,133.7

1,2285

1,379.0

1,548.1

1,761.2

1,967.7

2,119.4

2,372.5

2,429.9

2,636.3

2,949.4

3,146.4

3,317.0

3,517.5

3,799.9

Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing




'

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

15

Table 1.7.—Gross Domestic Product by Sector—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1960

1959

1961

1962

1963

Une
483.5

496.2

496.4

500.5

514.0

512.9

515.8

510.8

515.1

525.9

536.6

549.5

561.9

569.4

576.2

578.9

588.1

596.7

Business

427.3

439.4

438.9

442.0

454.1

451.4

453.0

447.0

450.6

460.8

470.3

481.3

4922

498.8

504.8

506.2

514.0

521.4

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy
Households and institutions

409.9
375.4
34.5
19.6
-2.2

424.3
389.1
35.2
18.6
-3.5

420.6
384.6
36.0
18.3
-0.1

424.4
387.6
36.8
19.1
-1.5

437.4
399.8
37.5
18.4
-1.7

435.3
397.1
38.1
19.5
-3.4

434.7
395.7
39.0
20.2
-1.9

431.5
391.7
39.9
21.1
-5.6

432.6
392.2
40.4
20.6
-2.7

443.6
402.6
41.0
19.2
-2.1

451.9
410.2
41.7
19.7

-1.3

463.3
420.8
42.5
20.7
-2.7

472.3
429.0
43.2
20.2
-0.3

478.6
434.4
44.2
20.0
.2

484.5
439.5
45.0
20.1
.1

490.0
444.0
46.0
20.4
-42

495.4
448.9
46.5
20.6
-2.0

505.1
458.0
47.1
20.1
-3.8

11.9

12.2

12.5

13.0

13.3

13.9

14.1

14.3

14.3

14.3

14.8

15.2

15.4

15.8

16.1

16.3

16.5

3.4
8.5

3.5
8.7

3.6
8.9

3.7
9.3

3.7
9.7

3.8
10.1

3.9
10.2

3.9
10.5

3.9
10.5

3.6
10.6

3.6
10.8

3.8
11.1

3.9
11.3

3.7
11.7

3.8
12.0

3.9
12.2

3.9
12.4

3.8
12.7

44.3

44.7

45.0

45.4

46.6

47.6

48.7

49.4

50.1

50.9

51.9

53.4

54.5

55.1

55.6

56.6

57.8

58.7

21.7
22.6

21.7
22.9

21.7
23.3

21.7
23.7

22.0
24.6

22.4
25.2

22.9
25.8

23.1
26.3

23.1
27.0

23.3
27.6

23.7
28.3

24.5
28.9

25.0
29.5

25.1
30.0

25.1
30.4

25.5
31.1

26.0
31.9

26.2
32.5

Gross domestic product

Private households
Nonprofit institutions
General government
Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

1963

1964

1967

1966

1965

Une

609.4

618.3

634.8

643.6

654.1

659.7

679.8

691.9

708.3

730.7

753.1

7622

775.3

788.5

Business

533.1

540.0

554.7

561.9

571.0

575.4

594.6

605.1

618.8

637.8

657.9

664.6

673.7

684.1

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy
Households and institutions

512.9
465.2
47.7
20.3
-0.1

521.5
473.0
48.5
20.5
-2.0

533.3
484.3
49.0
19.0
2.4

553.1
502.6
50.5
18.9
-1.0

560.0
508.5
51.5
20.4
-5.0

576.8
524.6
52.3
20.6
-2.9

586.4
533.3
53.1
21.7
-3.0

595.9
541.9
54.0
22.2

612.7
557.8
54.9
23.1
2.1

628.7
573.0
55.7
24.5
4.7

640.1
583.8
56.4
22.1
2.4

648.9
591.6
57.3
22.3
2.5

660.0
601.6
58.5
22.6
1.5

16.8

17.0

17.4

542.4
492.7
49.7
18.6
.8
17.9

18.0

182

18.4

19.0

20.3

20.4

20.7

21.7

3.9
12.9

3.7
13.3

3.8
13.6

4.1
13.8

4.0
14.0

3.8
14.4

3.8
14.6

3.9
15.1

4.1
15.6

4.2
16.1

4.0
16.4

3.8
16.9

4.1
17.6

Gross domestic product

Private households
Nonprofit institutions

803.8

820.5

835.3

694.7

708.7

719.9

665.3
605.9
59.4
21.9
3.7

672.2
612.0
60.3
21.4
1.1

685.3
624.0
61.3
22.6
.8

636.8
62.3
23.1
-2.3

222

22.7

232

23.6

24.1

4.2
18.0

4.2
18.5

4.2
18.9

4.1
19.5

4.2
19.9

797.7

59.5

Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

61.3

62.7

63.8

65.1

66.1

66.8

67.9

69.9

72.6

74.7

76.8

79.9

82.2

84.2

85.9

882

91.3

26.4
33.1

General government

27.4
33.9

27.9
34.8

28.2
35.5

28.9
36.2

29.1
37.0

29.0
37.8

29.2
38.7

30.1
39.8

31.8
40.8

32.7
42.1

33.5
43.3

35.1
44.8

35.9
46.3

36.8
47.4

37.2
48.7

37.9
50.3

39.6
51.7

1968

1970

1971

Une

I
883.7

Gross domestic product

900.3

913.7

937.3

951.1

970.7

1,003.8 1,022.8 1,026.4 1,069.8 1,0882 1,108.4 1,122.3 1,160.9 1,192.5

978.8

740.9

761.6

774.0

785.2

806.5

8172

830.6

835.5

841.8

853.1

923.8

941.3

951.7

984.4 1,013.4

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

717.4
654.0
63.4
22.4
1.1

736.5
672.4
64.1
21.8
3.3

750.9
685.8
65.2
22.6
.5

766.3
699.9
66.4
23.9
-5.1

781.7
714.0
67.7
23.0
1.8

795.1
725.9
69.1
24.3
-2.1

808.2
737.6
70.6
25.4
-3.0

814.5
742.5
72.0
28.0
-7.0

817.0
744.0
73.0
26.7
-1.9

8292
755.1
74.1
25.0
-1.1

840.9
765.4
75.5
26.1
2.5

843.1
765.9
77.2
27.0
.5

873.5
794.6
78.9
27.1
7.4

891.7
810.9
80.8
26.7
5.4

909.0
826.3
82.7
27.6
4.7

925.9
841.4
84.5
30.8
-5.0

955.9
869.6
86.3
27.6
.9

977.9
890.1
87.8
29.9
5.7

Households and institutions

24.8

25.7

26.5

27.3

28.0

28.9

29.9

312

31.4

32.0

32.7

33.5

34.7

35.1

35.7

36.9<

37.8

38.7

4.2
20.6

4.5
212

4.5
22.1

4.3
23.0

4.4
23.6

4.4
24.4

4.4
25.5

4.5
26.7

4.5
26.9

4.4
27.6

4.4
28.3

4.6
28.9

4.7
30.1

4.4
30.7

4.5
31.2

4.6
32.3

4.7
33.1

4.7
34.0

93.9

96.4

1012

102.8

105.0

110.2

112.1

116.4

118.6

120.7

122.3

127.2

129.3

131.3

133.7

138.7

140.4

40.3
53.5

41.3
55.1

42.9
58.3

43.1
59.7

43.4
61.5

46.6
63.6

46.6
65.5

48.4
68.0

48.4
70.2

48.5
72.2

48.4
73.9

50.7
76.5

50.9
78.4

51.0
80.4

51.9
81.8

54.4
84.2

54.0
86.4

Business

Private households
Nonprofit institutions
General government
Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

43.1
56.7

1972

Gross domestic product
Business
Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy
Households and institutions
Private households
Nonprofit institutions
General government
Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing




870.6

1974

1973

1975

1976

1,217.7 1,256.8 1,304.4 1,334.5 1,358.4 1,4012 1,410.9 1,444.1 1,474.7 1,504.8 1,513.6 1,552.1 1,614.4 1,663.3 1,717.8 1,746.4 1,779.9 1,829.6
1,035.1 1,068.5 1,1122 1,138.7 1,158.7 1,196.3 1202.0 1,2312 1,257.1 1,280.3 1,282.9 1,315.4 1,371.9 1,4142 1,463.8 1,488.0 1,517.4 1,560.3
999.1 1,033.8 1,073.2 1,087.5 1,109.1 1,138.9 1,154.5 1,183.7 1,212.8 1,224.6 1,232.7 1,262.5 1,316.5 1,353.8 1,408.8 1,434.9 1,463.0 1,495.6
979.5
942.4
909.6
991.7 1,011.2 1,038.7 1,051.8 1,079.0 1,106.0 1,115.4 1,121.3 1,149.5 1,201.4 1,236.0 1,288.3 1,311.6 1,336.6 1,365.8
100.2
91.3
93.7
89.5
102.7
104.7
120.6
106.8
95.8
111.3
113.0
123.2
126.4
109.2
129.8
117.8
98.0
115.1
64.2
40.4
39.1
32.7
52.7
41.2
48.5
44.6
45.7
45.0
45.4
45.6
442
46.3
54.4
51.0
50.0
51.5
-6.7
-5.7
-0.1
3.3
-5.1
6.3
6.5
-0.3
5.4
8.0
7.8
8.9
18.5
5.9
6.1
4.7
-0.5
3.9
44.8
45.6
46.7
47.7
48.7
402
425
43.6
57.7
41.3
54.1
39.3
51.3
52.9
55.3
56.5
59.0
4.6
34.6

4.6
35.6

4.7
36.6

4.7
37.8

4.9
38.7

5.0
39.8

4.9
40.6

4.7
42.1

143.4

148.1

150.8

153.3

156.1

160.1

163.3

166.1

54.4
89.0

56.8
91.3

56.7
94.2

56.4
96.9

56.8
99.3

58.7
101.4

59.6
103.7

60.0
106.1

61.0
108.8

4.3
44.4

4.4
45.5

4.7
46.6

4.7
48.1

4.7
49.4

5.0
50.4

5.3
51.1

5.6
52.1

5.7
53.3

175.8

4.5
43.3

180.8

185.4

189.7

195.0

198.6

201.9

204.8

210.2

63.9
111.9

65.1
115.6

65.6
119.8

66.5
123.2

128.9

70.2
131.7

70.5
134.3

73.3
136.9

125.8

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

16

Table 1.7.—Gross Domestic Product by Sector—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1977

1978

1980

1979

Line
1,881.7

Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

2,274.7

2,352.0

2,3992

2,453.3

2,523.3

2,578.8

2,650.1

2,643.9

2,705.3

2,832.9

1,906.4

1,960.3

2,029.3

2,069.5

2,117.7

2,179.8

2,224.4

2,286.4

2270.4

2,323.2

2,435.6

1,612.3
1,474.7
137.6
46.0
15.9

1,701.3
1,556.3
145.0
48.8
1.9

1,741.7
1,592.3
149.4
48.2
-1.6

1,845.0
1,691.3
153.6
56.7
4.7

1,891.0
1,733.2
157.8
58.0
11.2

2,043.4
1,871.8
171.7
62.9
11.4

2,094.2
1,915.5
178.7
65.3
20.3

2,144.5
1,957.5
187.0
64.7
15.2

2,206.6
2,013.1
193.5
57.5
22.3

2,204.0
2,003.3
200.7
45.1
21.3

2,257.0
2,048.2
208.8
56.2
10.1

2,369.1
2,151.6
217.5
65.6
.9

65.4

68.0

69.9

72.3

1,957.3
1,794.1
163.1
56.0
16.0
73.7

1,996.5
1,829.6
167.0
64.8
8.1

61.2

1,672.8
1,531.6
141.2
47.5
9.9
632

75.8

77.4

80.3

822

85.1

87.9

90.9

93.5

5.8
55.4

6.1
57.1

6.1
59.3

6.4
61.5

6.4
63.4

6.6
65.7

6.6
67.1

6.5
692

62
71.3

6.5
73.8

6.3
75.9

6.2
78.9

6.1
81.8

6.0
84.8

6.1
87.3

217.4

221.7

229.4

233.9

237.6

242.1

249.0

254.0

2582

2632

272.1

278.7

285.6

291.2

303.8

74.0
139.8

General government

2,213.9

1,788.3

213.8

Nonprofit institutions

2,090.2

1,752.0

5.7
54.3

Private households

2,046.8

1,730.2

60.0

Households and institutions

2,015.1

1,674.3

1,545.6
1,411.8
133.8
46.5
15.8

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

1,952.9

1,607.9

Gross domestic product
Business

74.5
142.9

75.0
146.7

79.0
150.4

79.9
154.0

80.8
156.8

81.6
160.5

84.9
164.1

85.4
168.6

85.8
172.4

86.3
176.9

90.9
181.2

92.3
186.4

94.4
191.2

95.2
196.0

103.3
200.5

1981

1982

1984

1983

Line

2,9535

Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

3,1642

3,195.1

3,254.9

3,367.1

3,450.9

3,547.3

3,666.9

3,754.6

3,8182

3,869.1

2,692.7

2,703.0

2,724.0

2,774.8

2,880.6

2,957.4

3,046.6

3,153.3

3232.7

3,2882

3,330.3

2,498.0
2,267.2
230.8
71.7
9.7

2,578.3
2,340.4
238.0
71.7
9.2

2,586.2
2,340.9
245.2
66.3
9.4

2,582.2
2,331.8
250.4
66.8
-0.4

2,653.1
2,393.1
260.1
65.7
-15.7

2,674.1
2,409.1
264.9
60.0
-10.1

3,083.1
2,796.5
286.6
68.8
1.4

3,174.0
2,880.6
293.4
68.7
-10.1

3,226.1
2,925.2
300.9
69.1
-7.0

3,283.2
2,976.3
307.0
67.5
-20.5

1042

107.6

113.3

1155

119.8

2,898.1
2,622.7
275.4
39.7
19.5
122.5

2,986.9
2,706.2
280.7
45.8
13.8

101.4

2,717.5
2,449.4
268.1
59.9
-2.6
117.7

2,819.5
2,548.8
270.7
51.2
9.9

99.1

2,628.1
2,373.8
254.3
68.1
-3.5
1102

125.1

128.0

131.0

133.3

135.6

6.1
93.0

6.1
95.3

6.1
98.1

6.2
101.3

6.3
103.8

6.3
107.1

6.2
109.3

6.2
111.6

6.1
113.7

6.3
116.3

6.5
118.5

6.9
121.1

7.3
123.7

7.5
125.8

7.5
128.1

314.6

318.9

330.3

336.7

343.3

347.8

355.6

362.4

366.8

370.9

375.6

385.6

390.9

396.7

4032

104.8
205.1

General government

3,1462

2,648.7

309.9

Nonprofit institutions

3,092.9

2,661.8

6.2
90.8

Private households

3,096.3

2,659.2

97.1

Households and institutions

3,079.6

2,579.3

2,461.3
2,237.3
224.0
69.9
15.3

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

2,993.0

2,5465

Gross domestic product
Business

105.9
208.7

106.5
212.4

113.5
216.8

114.7
222.0

116.3
227.1

117.2
230.6

121.1
234.5

123.5
238.9

124.8
242.0

125.5
245.5

126.2
249.4

130.7
254.8

131.6
259.3

132.7
264.1

134.1
269.2

1985

1986

1987

1988

Line

Gross domestic product
>iness
Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy
Households and institutions
Private households
Nonprofit institutions
General government
Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing




3,940.0

3,997.5

4,076.9

4,140.5

4215.7

4,232.0

42902

4,336.6

4,408.3

4,4943

4,573.5

4,683.0

4,752.4

4,857.2

4,947.3

5,044.6

3,387.6

3,437.1

3,508.0

3,561.2

3,627.1

3,634.2

3,683.1

3,718.3

3,776.0

3,851.4

3,919.0

4,016.6

4,070.6

4,164.0

4242.2

4,327.3

3,334.7
3,022.3
312.4
69.8
-17.0

3,391.3
3,072.0
319.3
67.8
-21.9

3,453.6
3,127.6
326.1
65.1
-10.7

3,608.9
3,262.4
346.5
65.3
8.9
154.7

3,656.0
3,303.3
352.7
64.3
-2.0
157.8

3,890.3
3,518.6
371.8
65.4
-36.7

3,970.9
3,590.0
381.0
70.6
-24.9

4,034.0
3,646.8
387.2
70.9
-34.4

4,124.9
3,732.5
392.4
67.2
-28.1

4,196.4
3,796.4
400.0
71.6
-25.8

4,291.9
3,884.5
407.5
60.8
-25.4

1425

3,575.1
3,233.8
341.4
60.8
-1.8
151.7

3,809.3
3,444.9
364.4
66.2
-24.1

140.1

3,566.1
3,230.1
336.0
61.2
-0.2
149.0

3,727.6
3,369.1
358.4
61.9
-13.5

138.1

3,501.5
3,169.5
331.9
65.7
-5.9
145.6

163.5

168.0

172.7

177.6

180.8

185.3

190.1

194.3

7.4
130.7

7.3
132.8

7.3
135.6

7.3
138.3

7.5
141.5

7.7
144.0

7.8
146.9

7.9
149.9

7.8
155.7

7.7
160.4

7.6
165.0

7.7

7.9
172.8

8.2
177.1

8.5
181.6

8.7
185.7

414.3

420.3

426.0

433.6

439.5

446.1

452.4

4605

468.8

4755

481.8

501.1

507.8

515.0

523.0

139.1
275.2

139.7
280.6

140.1
285.9

142.4
291.2

142.7
296.8

143.3
302.8

143.9
308.5

144.9
315.6

149.5
319.4

151.0
324.4

151.9
329.8

158.5
342.6

159.4
348.5

160.2
354.9

161.3
361.7

1532
335.6

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

17

Table 1.8.—Gross Domestic Product by Sector in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1,970.8

2,023.8

2,128.1

2,215.6

2,340.6

2,470.5

2,616.2

2,685.2

2,796.9

2,873.0

2,873.9

2,955.9

3,107.1

3,268.6

1,609.5

1,650.7

1,740.8

1,818.8

1,930.4

2,045.3

2,162.6

2,208.0

2,303.0

2,366.2

2,368.4

2,447.4

2,594.8

2,749.7

1,543.4

Business

1960

1,582.1

Gross domestic product

1959
1,928.8

Line

1,574.3
1,441.8

1,611.6

1,698.0
1,548.7

1,778.6
1,621.4

2,158.8
1,967.4

2,258.0
2,058.9

149.4
46.3
-3.6

157.2
47.1
-6.8

1,722.1
164.6
46.0
-2.4

2,109.1
1,926.6

182.5
44.5
9.0

191.4
46.5
2.6

199.1
45.1
-0.1

2,326.7
2,118.6
208.1
46.8
-7.2

2,318.9
2,104.6
214.2

46.9
-7.8

2,001.7
1,827.7
173.9
46.1
-2.5

49.5
0

2,388.6
2,165.2
223.4
50.5
8.3

2,541.3
2,307.0
234.3
50.7
2.8

2,702.0
2,456.8
245.2
48.6
-1.0

96.5

100.4

104.7

108.3

111.8

115.5

114.1

1,419.3
124.1
452

1,471.3
140.3

-6.5
80.1

12.7
102.8

11.9
102.3

11.4
105.3

11.0
109.0

10.7
112.5

274.8

285.6

296.2

303.2

313.7

324.8

348.9

368.9

382.1

391.3

391.4

391.8

392.2

395.7

132.1
142.7

135.3
150.3

141.6
154.7

140.9
162.3

141.7
172.0

142.3
182.5

155.4
193.5

168.1
200.8

170.7
211.4

171.2
220.1

161.6
229.8

152.4
239.5

143.7
248.6

138.0
257.7

1,470.3

1,504.0

1,585.1

1,655.4

1,759.7

1,865.3

1,974.1

2,010.7

2,097.9

2,152.3

2,147.8

2,218.0

2,354.6

2,498.6

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

3,221.7

3,380.8

3,533.3

3,703.5

3,796.8

3,776.3

3,843.1

3,760.3

3,906.6

4,148.5

4,279.8

4,404.5

4,5393

4,718.6

2,684.6

2,840.1

2,987.8

3,144.2

3,226.0

3,193.4

3,253.6

3,167.3

3,308.2

3,541.7

3,658.1

3,768.3

3,890.8

4,050.6

2,619.6
2,358.3
261.3
53.1
11.9

2,768.1
2,500.2

2,914.6

3,083.8

3,155.0

3,123.4

3,179.2

3,243.1

3,496.4

2,795.5

267.9
52.5

2,639.2
275.4
53.8

2,801.6
321.7

3,146.2
350.2

51.0
19.0

2,845.8
333.4
60.8
13.6

2,902.8
340.3
53.7

55.1

19.4

2,853.1
301.9
50.4
20.6

3,608.6
3,250.2
358.4
64.2

19.5

288.3
48.2
12.2

3,115.8
2,776.2
339.6
60.2
-8.7

11.5

-9.8

-14.7

3,702.8
3,342.3
360.5
64.3
1.3

3,849.5
3,480.6
368.9
66.0
-24.8

4,014.8
3,636.4
378.4
63.2
-27.4

128.0

128.6

129.8

135.1

138.3

142.6

145.6

148.9

151.0

154.9

159.9

166.3

170.5

180.6

8.7
119.3

8.9
119.7

9.1
120.7

9.3
125.8

8.1
130.2

7.2
135.4

6.7
138.9

6.6
142.3

6.6
144.5

7.5
147.4

7.5
152.4

7.8
158.5

7.7
162.8

8.2
172.4

409.1

412.0

415.6

424.2

432.5

440.3

443.9

444.2

451.9

461.8

469.9

478.7

487.4

137.1
272.0

137.0
275.0

137.0
278.6

138.4
285.8

137.5
295.0

139.2
301.1

140.9
303.0

142.4
301.8

144.8
302.6

146.4
305.4

148.6
313.2

149.0
320.8

151.4
327.3

153.5
333.9

2,455.7

Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

13.4
98.4

137.9
266.2

General government

14.1
94.2

404.1

Nonprofit institutions

14.1
90.6

115.1

Private households

14.6
85.8

9.3

Households and institutions

15.1
81.3

124.3

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

15.3
78.3

2,666.0
2,407.9
258.2
50.7
3.0

Gross domestic product
Business

123.2

15.5
75.6

2,719.6

Line

120.0

15.6
71.8

3,248.1

Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

116.7

16.1
70.4

1,451.2

General government

91.1

130.5
136.0

Nonprofit institutions

87.5

266.5

Private households

86.5

16.0
64.1

Households and institutions

132.5
46.4
-11.2

2,417.4

2,566.4

2,706.8

2,850.2

2,918.6

2,866.2

2,914.9

2,822.5

2,962.8

3,186.5

3,294.8

3,403.0

3,517.5

3,667.8

1960

1959

1961

1963

1962

Line

1,904.9

Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

1,973.7

1,961.1

1,977.4

2,006.0

2,0352

2,076.5 2,103.8 2,125.7 2,142.6 2,140.2 2,170.9 2,199.5

1,609.6

1,6112

1,595.7

1,608.6

1,637.0

1,662.3

1,695.0 1,719.7

1,7392

1,753.3

1,750.9

1,779.6

1,804.6

1,560.6
1,437.8
122.8
44.1

1,550.3
1,422.7
127.5
46.8
-5.3

1,583.4
1,454.0

1,566.2
1,430.0

1,569.7
1,432.2

136.2
49.3

137.5

-6.8

-19.8

-9.6

1,598.1
1,459.1
139.0
46.3
-7.4

1,620.5
1,479.5
141.1
46.5
-4.7

1,658.1
1,514.6
143.5
46.4
-9.4

1,675.4
1,530.1
145.3
45.2
-0.9

1,691.8
1,543.8
148.1
46.5
.8

1,706.1
1,555.5
150.6
46.7
.4

1,718.8
1,565.3
153.4
46.8
-14.6

1,737.3
1,582.8
154.6

-6.1

1,577.1
1,445.9
131.2
44.6
-12.1

1,570.6
1,437.1
133.5
47.5

-12.6

1,539.9
1,414.7
125.2
43.6
-0.2

49.3
-7.0

1,771.1
1,614.9
156.2
46.7
-13.2

79.8

80.7

82.0

84.7

87.0

86.5

87.7

87.7

902

92.3

92.6

92.5

92.9

16.2
63.5

15.9
64.7

16.0
66.0

15.7
69.0

16.1
70.8

16.3
70.2

16.3
71.4

16.5
71.2

15.3
71.4

15.0
71.8

15.7
73.0

15.9
73.4

15.1
75.1

15.6
76.7

15.6
77.0

15.7
76.9

15.3
77.6

265.7

266.8

268.1

270.6

275.2

275.9

277.7

281.1

282.4

286.1

292.8

294.8

296.3

131.0
134.5

General government

1,971.7

1,621.6

265.5

Nonprofit institutions

1,976.9

1,591.8

15.9
62.2

Private households

1,941.9

1,583.4

78.1

Households and institutions

1,930.8

1,592.1

1,522.9
1,401.9
121.0
46.4
-8.0

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

1,937.5

1,561.3

Gross domestic product
Business

130.5
135.2

130.3
136.5

130.2
137.9

130.9
139.7

133.5
141.6

132.0
143.9

132.0
145.7

132.5
148.6

133.0
149.4

135.0
151.2

140.6
152.2

142.7
152.1

142.6
153.7

129.3
44.3

1964

1963

48.5

88.7

1965

296.7
141.5
155.6

1966

302.0

139.4
157.3

139.7
159.1

141.1
160.9

2,699.5

2,715.1

1967

Line

viFOSS OOnlCStIO DTOOUCT ••••••••••••••••••••••••

2237.6 2,254.5 2,311.1 2,329.9 2,357.4 2,364.0 2,410.1 2,442.8 2,4855 2,543.8 2,596.8 2,601.4 2,626.1 2,640.5 2,6572
1,853.0

Business
Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy
Households and institutions
Private households
Nonprofit institutions
General government
Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing




1,906.3

1,920.1

1,945.9

1,949.3

1,992.9

2,021.1

2,057.9

2,109.3

2,155.0

2,153.7

2,168.1

2,669.0

2,173.6 2,184.8 2,194.6 2,219.8 2,232.9

2,008.5 2,056.0 2,092.9 2,103.1 2,117.6 2,122.8 2,126.9 2,146.2 2,169.7 2,192.5
1,792.9 1,812.9 1,853.5 1,873.1 1,902.7 1,917.6 1,955.3
1,634.9 1,652.9 1,692.0 1,709.8 1,737.2 1,749.4 1,784.9 1,814.3 1,833.4 1,878.3 1,913.6 1,922.0 1,934.1 1,936.8 1,938.8 1,956.1 1,977.2 1,997.7
168.2
172.6
194.8
158.0
165.5
170.4
177.7
186.0
161.5
190.2
192.5
160.0
163.3
175.0
179.3
181.1
183.5
188.1
48.6
44.2
47.5
45.4
46.7
47.1
46.1
46.4
44.6
45.0
47.5
46.9
44.2
46.9
46.6
42.8
42.4
46.2
-16.9
-10.0
-7.1
-0.3
4.7
-3.6
-9.6
6.9
8.1
3.5
2.5
-6.9
2.9
2.5
15.5
7.8
8.1
11.7
95.5
962
992
96.9
99.8
101.0
103.2
97.3
101.8
103.6
95.0
105.5
106.3
107.0
108.0
108.9
109.2
94.0

15.5
78.6

14.9
80.1

15.0
80.5

15.8
81.5

15.2
81.0

14.5
82.4

14.2
85.0

14.5
85.3

14.8
86.1

15.0
86.7

14.3
89.3

13.4
89.8

14.2
91.3

14.4
91.9

14.3
92.7

14.3
93.7

13.9
94.9

13.8
95.4

305.5

306.5

309.3

312.5

315.3

317.8

318.0

321.9

326.7

332.7

338.1

344.5

352.5

360.6

365.4

366.4

370.9

373.0

141.8
163.7

141.0
165.5

140.7
168.6

141.5
170.9

142.5
172.8

142.1
175.7

140.7
177.3

140.9
181.0

142.3
184.4

145.5
187.2

148.8

152.4
192.0

157.7
194.7

162.6
198.0

167.9
197.5

167.3
199.0

168.8
202.1

168.4
204.6

18

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.8.—Gross Domestic Product by Sector in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1968

1969

1971

1970

1972

Line

2,752.1

2,816.8

2,821.7

2,864.6

2,867.8

2,884.5

2,875.1

2,867.8

2,859.5

2,895.0

2,873.3

2,939.9

2,944.2

2,962.3

2,977.3

3,037.3

3,089.7

2,303.6

2,318.7

2,323.5

2,363.7

2,362.5

2,374.7

2,363.8

2,361.0

2,354.2

2,390.5

2,367.6

2,431.7

2,437.2

2,453.9

2,466.8

2,527.7

2,579.8

2,215.4 2,250.4
2,018.5 2,052.6
196.8
197.8
47.5
43.2
3.3
10.0

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

2,796.9

2,266.2

Gross domestic product
Business

2,272.4
2,072.8
199.5
44.9
1.4

2,293.7
2,091.7
202.0
44.8
-15.0

2,312.7
2,108.3
204.4
45.7
5.3

2,323.7
2,116.7
207.1
44.9
-6.1

2,336.1
2,126.8
209.3
47.0
-8.5

2,334.1
2,122.7
211.4
49.4
-19.7

2,317.4 2,310.1
2,105.3 2,097.1
212.1
213.0
48.8
47.2
-5.2
-3.1

2,334.6
2,119.8
214.8
49.1
6.8

2,313.4
2,096.3
217.1
52.8
1.5

2,362.1
2,142.8
219.3
49.7
19.9

2,375.8
2,154.2
221.6
47.1
14.2

2,392.1
2,167.4
224.7
49.5
12.2

2,424.4
2,196.4
227.9
55.5
-13.0

2,472.7
2,241.9
230.7
52.6
2.4

2,520.3
2,287.4
232.9
45.0
14.5

108.4

General government
Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

114.1

114.2

115.1

116.3

116.6

115.3

114.2

113.0

114.2

116.1

115.8

116.8

118.1

118.7

119.7

13.6
99.8

12.9
101.2

12.9
101.3

12.8
102.3

12.6
103.7

12.5
104.0

12.3
103.0

11.8
102.3

11.6
101.4

11.8
102.4

11.8
104.3

11.1
104.7

11.2
105.6

11.3
106.7

11.2
107.5

11.2
108.5

382.1

384.8

384.1

386.7

390.2

393.5

394.7

391.6

391.1

391.4

391.5

392.1

391-2

391.6

392.4

390.8

390.2

169.6
207.9

Nonprofit institutions

113.4

13.9
97.4

377.5

Private households

111.3

13.3
95.1

Households and institutions

171.9
210.2

172.2
212.6

169.3
214.8

169.9
216.8

171.3
218.9

172.4
221.1

171.0
223.7

165.5
226.1

162.6
228.5

160.4
231.0

158.0
233.5

156.1
236.0

153.3
237.9

151.1
240.6

149.0
243.5

145.7
245.1

142.9
247.4

3,416.3

1973

1972

1974

1975

1976

Line
I
3,125.8

3,253.3

3,267.6

3,264.3

3,289.1

3,259.4

3,267.6

3,239.1

3,226.4

3,154.0

3,190.4 3249.9

3,292.5

3,356.7

3,369.2

3,381.0

2,659.0

2,736.1

2,749.9

2,745.4

2,767.3

2,734.1

2,739.9

2,709.3

2,6952

2,620.4

2,653.9

2,710.6

2,753.6

2,817.4

2,829.7

2,839.1

2,8742

2,551.9 2,620.3
2,316.5 2,382.1
238.2
235.4
52.9
52.4
-142
8.4

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

3,175.5

2,612.7

Gross domestic product
Business

2,691.0
2,449.9
241.1
45.4
-0.3

2,688.2
2,444.4
243.8
48.5
13.1

2,708.3
2,461.6
246.6
38.2
-1.1

2,720.6 2,699.5
2,471.3 2,445.5
254.0
249.3
46.2
62.4
-11.6
-15.6

2,677.7
2,420.1
257.6
48.2
14.1

2,659.6
2,399.7
259.9
50.3
-0.6

2,627.3
2,366.2
261.1
58.0
9.9

2,555.8 2,587.4 2,651.1
2,295.1 2,326.8 2,389.8
260.6
260.6
261.3
50.5
52.2
51.8
16.0
12.4
7.7

2,684.0 2,748.6
2,421.3 2,483.9
264.7
262.8
56.2
58.1
11.5
12.6

2,765.8
2,498.8
267.0
49.2
14.7

2,773.2
2,504.1
269.1
49.3
16.6

2,784.9
2,514.0
270.9
55.3
34.1

120.5

General government
Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

123.0

123.8

123.9

123.8

124.4

125.0

124.2

125.4

127.6

129.7

129.1

128.7

128.6

129.3

127.9

10.6
111.5

10.6
112.4

10.7
113.1

10.8
113.1

10.7
113.1

9.6
114.8

8.6
116.4

8.2
116.0

8.4
117.0

8.9
118.7

8.9
120.9

8.6
120.5

8.6
120.2

8.9
119.7

9.2
120.1

9.1
118.8

3952

395.1

394.7

3952

397.9

401.5

403.3

404.7

407.0

408.3

408.8

409.6

410.5

410.8

412.5

414.1

142.9
249.7

Nonprofit institutions

122.1

10.7
110.5

392.6

Private households

1212

11.0
109.5

Households and institutions

143.2
252.0

140.6
254.4

138.3
256.5

136.5
258.7

136.6
261.3

138.2
263.3

138.0
265.3

137.6
267.1

137.9
269.2

137.6
270.6

137.1
271.8

136.8
272.7

137.1
273.4

136.9
273.9

136.9
275.6

137.0
277.2

1977

1978

136.8
273.0

1980

1979

Line

3,466.4

Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

3,735.6

3,779.6

3,780.8

3,784.3

3,807.5

3,814.6

3,830.8

3,732.6

3,733.5

3,808.5

3,149.0

3,174.3

3216.3

3,213.8

3,214.8

3,234.9

3,2405

3,252.1

3,150.1

3,148.1

3,223.1

2,902.1
2,627.8
274.3
52.0
28.4

2,956.9
2,680.8
276.1
53.5
17.3

2,957.6
2,679.0
278.6
55.9
32

2,991.9
2,708.9
283.0
47.9
-2.7

3,091.6
2,805.1
286.6
49.6
7.8

3,105.2
2,815.1
290.0
50.9
18.2

3,146.6
2,852.8
293.8
44.3
25.4

3,153.0
2,857.0
296.0
48.2
12.6

3,148.7
2,849.8
298.9
48.8
17.3

3,153.3
2,849.7
303.6
51.5
30.2

3,165.1
2,856.1
309.0
53.2
22.2

3,167.5
2,853.1
314.4
52.9
31.7

3,071.2
2,751.4
319.8
49.3
29.6

3.085.2
2,760.8
324.4
49.3
13.6

3,169.6
2,841.3
328.3
52.3
1.1

128.4

130.3

132.4

133.6

135.1

135.7

136.0

136.9

137.9

139.4

139.1

141.0

141.6

143.6

1442

8.9
119.5

9.3
121.1

9.2
123.1

9.6
124.0

9.3
125.7

9.3
126.5

8.9
127.1

8.6
128.4

7.9
130.0

8.2
1312

7.8
131.3

7.5
133.6

7.3
134.4

7.0
136.6

7.0
137.2

4142

416.4

418.1

421.1

422.9

425.5

427.3

430.0

431.7

4332

435.1

437.7

440.8

441.7

441.2

136.7
277.2

General government

3,707.0

3,037.1

413.9

Nonprofit institutions

3,591.8

3,016.7

8.9
119.1

Private households

3,567.2

3,027.7

128.0

Households and institutions

3,574.4

2,9825

2,841.7
2,569.2
272.5
54.0
28.8

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

3,525.0

2,9245

Gross domestic product
Business

136.8
277.4

137.3
279.1

137.3
280.8

138.0
283.1

138.5
284.4

138.9
286.6

138.3
289.0

137.8
292.2

137.5
294.2

137.5
295.8

137.1
297.9

137.9
299.8

139.9
300.9

140.1
301.6

139.1
302.1

1982

1981

1983

1984

Line

Gross domestic product
ess
Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy
Households and institutions
Private households
Nonprofit institutions
General government
Federal
State and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing




3,860.5

3,844.4

3,864.5

3,803.1

3,756.1

3,771.1

3,754.4

3,759.6

3,783.5

3,944.4

4,012.1

4,089.5

4,144.0

4,166.4

4,1942

32715

3,2555

3,275.1

3,212.0

3,164.4

3,177.4

3,161.1

3,166.3

3,187.1

3,288.9

3,345.3

3,411.5

3,486.2

3,538.8

3,559.0

3,583.0

3,195.1
2,864.8
330.3
57.0
19.7

3,182.2
2,849.6
332.5
61.1
12.2

3,201.3
2,866.9
334.5
62.6
11.3

3,138.1
2,802.0
336.2
62.5
11.3

3,104.0
2,766.3
337.7
60.9
-0.4

3,121.7
2,782.1
339.6
59.9
-4.1

3,120.4
2,779.8
340.6
59.1
-18.4

3,116.9
2,776.4
340.6
61.1
-11.7

3,125.6
2,785.9
339.7
64.5
-3.0

3,221.1
2,882.2
338.9
56.5
11.3

3,276.6
2,936.5
340.1
46.6
22.1

3,349.0
3,006.7
342.3
47.0
15.5

3,428.1
3,082.4
345.7
56.6
1.5

3,495.6
3,147.0
348.7
54.2
-11.0

3,512.9
3,160.9
352.0
53.6
-7.6

3,548.9
3,194.4
354.5
56.1
-22.0

145.4

145.2

145.3

146.6

147.6

148.7

149.6

149.6

150.6

150.7

1512

151.7

153.3

154.5

155.1

156.8

7.0
138.4

6.8
138.5

6.6
138.7

6.5
140.0

6.6
141.0

6.6
142.1

6.6
143.0

6.5
143.1

6.5
144.1

6.4
144.3

6.5
144.6

6.8
144.9

7.2
146.2

7.5
147.0

7.7
147.3

7.8
149.0

443.3

443.6

444.1

444.6

444.2

444.9

443.8

445.8

446.8

447.9

448.9

449.9

450.8

452.4

454.4

140.3
303.0

140.7
303.0

141.4
302.7

141.5
303.1

141.6
302.6

142.1
302.8

143.2
300.6

144.4
301.4

144.6
302.2

145.0
302.9

145.2
303.7

145.8
304.1

146.2
304.6

146.6
305.8

147.1
307.3

142.7
301.0

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

19

Table 1.8.—Gross Domestic Product by Sector in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1985

1987

1986

1988

Line
4,221.8

4,254.8

4,309.0

4,333.5

4,390.5

4,387.7

4,412.6

4,427.1

4,460.0

4,515.3

4,559.3

4,625.5

4,655.3

4,704.8

4,734.5

4,779.7

3,605.8

3,635.3

3,685.2

3,706.1

3,759.0

3,752.4

3,775.1

3,786.7

3,816.5

3,868.9

3,908.1

3,969.9

3,994.7

4,039.7

4,063.6

4,104.2

3,564.8
3,208.4
356.4
59.0
-18.1

3,595.0
3,236.7
358.3
63.5
-23.2

3,627.7
3,268.4
359.3
68.7
-11.3

3,646.8
3,287.2
359.6
65.5
-6.2

3,694.2
3,334.7
359.5
64.9
-0.2

3,691.8
3,332.3
359.5
62.5

-1.8

3,700.6
3,340.1
360.5
65.3
92

3,724.4
3,361.9
362.5
64.4
-2.1

3,765.5
3,400.6
364.9
64.7
-13.6

3,828.3
3,460.9
367.4
64.8
-24.2

3,879.0
3,508.8
370.2
65.7
-36.6

3,925.5
3,552.5
373.1
69.0
-24.6

3,956.8
3,581.8
375.0
71.7
-33.8

4,001.2
3,624.4
376.8
65.8
-27.2

4,026.8
3,647.3
379.4
61.6
-24.7

4,074.5
3,692.0
382.5
53.8
-24.1

158.0

159.1

160.3

162.3

165.0

166.8

166.6

166.9

168.4

169.0

171.3

173.2

176.2

179.0

182.4

184.7

7.6
150.4

7.5
151.6

7.5
152.8

7.5
154.8

7.6
157.4

7.8
159.0

7.9
158.7

7.9
159.0

7.8
160.5

7.7
161.3

7.6
163.7

7.7
165.5

7.9
168.3

8.1
170.9

8.3
174.1

8.5
176.2

General government

458.1

460.4

463.6

466.5

468.5

471.0

473.5

475.1

4775

480.0

482.3

484.4

486.1

488.4

490.7

Federal
State and local
Addendum!
Gross domestic business product less housing

148.3
309.8

148.5
311.9

149.0
314.6

148.5
318.0

148.7
319.8

149.1
321.9

149.8
323.7

150.0
325.1

150.8
326.7

152.0
328.0

152.8
329.5

153.3
331.2

153.2
332.8

153.6
334.8

154.0
336.7

Gross domestic product
ess
Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy
Households and institutions
Private households
Nonprofit institutions

148.7
316.5

Table 1.9.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, National Income, and Personal
Income
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1959

1960

1961

1962

1967

1968

1970

1971

1972

1973

889.3

959.5

1,010.7

1,0972

1,207.0

1,349.6

10.3

11.9

13.0

14.1

16.4

23.8

4.1

5.8

6.6

6.4

7.7

1,017.1

1,104.9

1,215.7

1,362.3

88.8
85.7
-3.1
928.3

97.6
92.0
-5.5
1,007.3

109.9
102.6
-7.4
1,105.7

120.4
111.2
-9.2
1241.9

86.6
3.1
-2.6
1.5

94.3
3.2
0
2.6

103.6
3.4
3.1
2.4

111.4
3.9
1.1
3.4

121.0
4.5
-0.5
2.6

741.0

798.6

833.5

899.5

992.9

1,119.5

92.6

89.6

77.5

90.3

103.2

116.4

33.6
57.9
0
60.8
25.1
67.5
2.8

40.0
62.2
0
69.2
23.5
81.8
2.8

45.4
68.9
.6
75.7
23.5
97.0
3.0

49.3
79.0
0
81.8
25.5
108.4
3.4

56.5
97.6
-0.1
94.1
111
124.1
3.8

1969

6.6

7.4

8.1

8.3

2.4

2.7

3.1

3.4

607.7

653.0

708.1

774.9

819.8

8955

51.3
51.7
.4
556.4

53.9
54.9
1.0
5992

57.3
58.7
1.3
650.7

62.1
63.1
1.0
712.8

67.4
68.0
.6
752.4

73.9
73.4
-0.6
8215

81.5
80.1
-1.3
884.2

51.7
1.6
-1.0
.3

54.7
1.8
-2.0
-0.3

58.8
2.0
-0.7
.1

62.7
2.2
-0.7
.3

65.4
2.3
2.8
1.4

70.4
2.5
.8
1.2

79.0
2.8
-O.t
1.2

440.5

474.5

501.5

539.1

586.9

643.7

679.9

51.6

59.6

65.1

72.1

82.9

86.0

21.1
31.6
0
40.3
20.2
39.1
2.0

24.3
40.6
0
44.9
20.9
43.6
2.1

28.1
45.5
0
49.5
22.1
52.3
2.3

30.4
50.4
0
54.6
24.5
60.6
2.5

4.3

5.0

5.4

6.1

1.5

1.8

1.8

1.8

Equals: Gross national product

497.0

516.6

535.4

575.8

Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment
Equals: Net national product

44.6
40.0
-4.5
4525

46.3
42.3
-4.1
470.2

47.7
44.1
-3.6
487.7

49.3
48.8
-0.6
526.5

41.9
1.4
-1.8
-0.9

45.5
1.4
-3.1
-0.8

48.1
1.5
-2.2
.2

410.1

425.7

52.3

50.7

Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons
Business transfer payments to persons

1966

2.1

571.6

Equals: National income

1965

769.8

531.8

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.

1964

702.7

513.4

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world <

1963

648.0

494.2

Gross domestic product

603.1

814.3

10.2
18.8
0
22.7
12.7
25.7
1.3

11.2
21.9
0
25.0
13.4
27.5

1.3

13.1
22.9
0
26.9
14.0
31.5
1.4

14.6
25.4
0
29.3
15.0
32.6
1.5

16.1
28.5
0
32.4
16.1
34.5
1.7

18.2
30.1
0
36.1
18.0
36.0
1.8

Equals: Personal income

391.2

409.2

426.5

453.4

476.4

510.7

552.9

601.7

646.5

709.9

773.7

831.0

893.5

980.5

1,098.7

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income (4-11)

449.6
407.3

467.0
422.5
519.7

484.1
436.8
537.6

522.3
470.3
576.8

551.8
496.9
609.7

594.1
534.1
653.7

645.3
581.5
708.8

707.6
638.5
772.1

746.9
674.4
819.0

815.4
734.8
895.5

878.0
792.4
968.2

921.9
827.1
1,017.1

999.6
891.8
1,101.7

1,097.0
984.2
1,214.6

1,229.2
1,106.8
1,362.8

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

4,268.6

4,539.9

4,900.4

Line

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

2,232.7

2,488.6

1980

1981

1982

1983

1,458.6

1,585.9

1,768.4

1,974.1

2,708.0

3,030.6

3,149.6

3,405.0

3,7772

4,038.7

30.3

28.2

32.8

37.7

47.1

69.7

80.6

94.1

97.3

95.8

108.1

97.3

96.0

105.1

128.7

14.6

14.9

15.7

17.2

25.3

37.5

46.5

60.9

67.1

66.5

83.8

82.4

86.9

100.5

120.8

Equals: Gross national product

1,474.3

1599.1

1,7855

1,994.6

2,254.5

2,520.8

2,742.1

3,063.8

3,179.8

3,434.4

3,8015

4,053.6

4,277.7

4,544.5

4,9082

Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment
Equals: Net national product

140.2
122.6
-17.6
1,334.1

165.2
134.0
-31.2
1,433.9

182.8
144.8
-38.0
1,602.7

205.2
163.7
-41.5
1,789.4

234.8
185.3
-49.5
2,019.8

272.4
211.9
-60.5
2,248.4

311.9
240.6
-71.3
2,4302

362.4
286.4
-75.9
2,701.4

399.1
325.9
-73.1
2,780.8

418.4
378.8
-39.6
3,016.0

433.2
420.0
-13.3
3,368.3

454.5
475.9
21.3
3,599.1

478.6
493.2
14.6
3,799.2

502.2
513.6
11.4
4,042.4

534.0
542.1

8.1
4,3742

129.3
5.0
1.4
.4

140.0
5.2
6.0
2.6

151.6
6.5
10.4
1.4

165.5
7.3
10.9
3.3

177.8
8.2
7.6
3.6

188.7
9.9
13.8
2.9

212.0
11.2
13.6
4.8

249.3
13.4
10.9
4.7

256.4
15.4
-7.4
6.2

280.1
16.6
102
11.7

309.5
19.0
-9.0
9.5

329.9
21.0
-13.9
6.4

345.5
24.2
1.2
9.7

365.0
24.0
-24.8
14.1

385.3
25.6
-28.4
10.9

1,198.8

1285.3

1,4355

1,609.1

1,829.8

2,038.9

2,1982

2,432.5

2,5225

2,720.8

3,058.3

3,268.4

3,437.9

3,692.3

4,002.6

104.5

121.9

147.1

175.7

199.7

202.5

177.7

182.0

151.5

212.7

264.2

280.8

271.6

319.8

365.0

120.5
171.8
.3
184.5
442
234.8
6.8

149.9
197.8
-0.2
223.2
50.4
262.8
7.9

191.2
216.6
0
274.0
57.1
312.6
8.8

233.4
251.3
.1
336.1
66.9
355.7
10.2

262.4
269.6
0
376.8
67.1
396.3
11.8

270.0
2902
-0.4
397.5
77.8
426.1
12.8

307.9
325.0
2
461.9
78.8
437.8
15.1

326.2
353.8
-0.2
498.1
87.9
468.1
17.8

350.2
379.8
0
531.7
104.7
497.1
20.7

360.4
400.7
0
548.1
100.4
521.3
20.8

387.7
442.3
0
583.2
108.4
555.9
20.8

1,807.9

2,033.1

2,265.4

2,534.7

2,690.9

2,8625

3,154.6

3,379.8

3,590.4

3,802.0

4,075.9

1,997.9
1,807.9
2,246.9

2,216.2
2,006.8
2,507.0

2,396.2
2,164.1
2,728.5

2,668.2
2,399.4
3,052.9

2,750.5
2,492.3
3,187.2

2,986.6
2,691.4
3,424.3

3,344.0
3,034.0
3,810.5

3,584.2
3,253.5
4,067.5

3,790.1
3.428.9
4.276.5

4,037.8
3,687.7
4,569.3

4,366.4
3,994.7
4,936.7

Gross domestic product
Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world-.

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Equals: National income
Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons
Business transfer payments to persons

71.8
110.5
-0.5
112.4
29.6
147.4
4.0

118.5
.1
123.0
29.2
185.7
4.5

85.1
134.5
.1
134.6
34.7
202.8
5.5

Equals: Personal income

1205.7

1,307.3

1,446.3

100.7
149.8
.1
155.7
39.4
217.5
5.9
1,601.3

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income (4-11)

1,318.4
1,183.1
1,472.9

1,420.7
1,272.1
1,593.1

1,585.6
1,418.5
1,775.0

1,768.9
1,588.6
1,983.7

See footnote(s) at end of table.




NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

20

Table 1.9.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, National Income, and Personal
Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1960

1959

1962

1961

1963

Line

I

IV

III

IV

I

483.5

496.2

496.4

500.5

514.0

5125

515.8

510.8

515.1

525.9

536.6

549.5

561.9

569.4

576.2

578.9

588.1

596.7

4.0

4.1

4.5

4.8

4.8

4.9

5.0

5.1

5.4

52

5.4

5.6

5.5

5.9

6.0

6.7

6.5

6.5

1.3

1.4

1.5

1.6

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.8

1.9

1.8

1.8

1.9

1.9

1.9

2.0

Equals: Gross national product

486.2

498.9

499.3

503.6

517.0

516.0

519.0

5142

518.8

529.4

5402

5532

565.7

573.5

580.3

583.7

592.7

601.1

Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment
cQUdls* Net nfliionfll product

43.8
39.0
-4.8
442.4

44.3
39.9
-4.4
454.6

44.8
40.2
-4.6
454.5

45.2
40.9
-4.4
458.4

45.7
41.6
-4.1
471.3

462
42.0
-4.2
469.8

46.6
42.5
-4.0
472.5

46.8
42.9
-3.9
467.4

47.2
43.4
-3.8
471.6

47.5
44.0
-3.5
482.0

47.8
44.3
-3.5
492.3

48.2
44.7
-3.6
505.0

48.6
47.8
-0.8
517.0

49.1
48.4
-0.7
524.4

49.6
49.1
-0.5
530.8

50.0
49.7
-0.4
533.7

50.5
50.3
-0.3
542.2

50.9
51.4
.5
550.1

40.6
1.3
-2.2
-0.7

1.4
-3.5
-1.0

42.5
1.4

-0.1

44.5
1.4
-1.7

-0.8

43.3
1.4
-1.5
-1.0

-0.9

45.3
1.4
-3.4
-0.7

45.8
1.4
-1.9
-0.8

46.3
1.4
-5.6
-0.6

46.8
1.4
-2.7
-0.2

47.6
1.5
-2.1
2

48.5
1.5
-1.3
.4

49.6
1.5
-2.7
.3

50.7
1.6
-0.3
.3

51.2
1.6
.2
.4

52.2
1.6
.1
2

52.6
1.6
-4.2
2

53.3
1.8
-2.0
-0.4

54.3
1.8
-3.8
-0.3

402.0

414.7

409.8

4142

426.1

425.8

426.4

424.6

425.8

435.2

444.1

456.7

465.3

471.8

477.0

483.8

488.7

497.6

51.3

562

50.7

50.9

54.9

50.8

49.8

47.4

46.3

50.6

52.8

56.6

59.0

58.3

59.4

61.6

61.7

65.0

10.1
18.5
0
21.6
122
25.3
1.2

102
18.8
0

10.2
18.8
0

11.8
22.0
0

13.4
23.0
0

272
14.0
31.9
1.4

13.6
25.0
0
27.8
14.6
32.1

15.3
25.7
0
30.8
15.3
33.3

15.3
27.9
0
31.0
15.6
34.8

1.4

1.5

28.9
15.1
32.1
1.5

14.9
25.5
0
30.0
15.2
32.6
1.5

15.7
28.3
0

26.5
13.7
31.7
1.4

14.1
23.3
0
28.0
14.6
31.5

14.5
25.3
0

25.5
13.5
28.9
1.3

12.2
22.5
0
25.8
13.6
30.7

12.9
22.8
0

22.9
12.9
25.7

10.7
21.8
0
24.8
13.3
27.0

11.3
22.1
0

222
12.6
25.3

10.4
19.0
0
23.8
13.1
26.4

1.5

1.6

31.7
16.0
34.0
1.6

422.2

429.4

4382

443.7

451.3

456.5

462.1

466.8

471.8

478.5
431.7
531.5

488.7
440.5
541.5

501.3
453.0
555.9

513.3
461.6
565.9

520.3
467.7
5732

526.6
472.9
580.2

528.9
479.0
588.0

537.6
484.1
594.7

545.7
493.1
604.9

Gross domestic product
Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less:
world

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
EfliidiS! Nstlondl income ....*...«*.
Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons
Business transfer payments to persons

41.1

1.3

1.3

1.3

10.8
21.7
0
24.8
13.3
26.3
1.3

1.3

25.1
13.6
27.8
1.3

Equals: Personal income

382.4

390.9

392.9

398.5

404.4

408.9

411.1

412.6

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income (4-11)

439.7
399.3
488.4

451.9
412.0
502.4

451.6
406.9
499.4

455.3
411.0
505.1

468.3
423.1
518.7

466.7
422.7
519.4

469.2
423.1
520.9

463.9
421.1
519.8

1963

1.3

468.0
422.1
521.5

1965

1967

1966

Une
iV

IV

IV

I

618.3

634.8

643.6

654.1

659.7

679.8

6915

708.3

730.7

753.1

7622

775.3

788.5

797.7

803.8

820.5

6.9

7.4

7.3

7.5

7.3

8.1

8.4

8.1

7.7

8.0

8.1

8.3

8.7

8.6

8.5

9.1

9.2

2.2

2.3

2.3

2.4

2.5

2.5

2.6

2.7

2.8

2.9

3.0

3.2

3.3

3.3

3.3

3.3

3.6

623.0

6395

6485

659.2

664.5

685.3

697.7

713.7

735.6

7582

767.3

780.3

7935

803.0

809.0

826.2

841.0

51.7
52.1
.4

Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment
Equals: Net national product

609.4

6135

Equals: Gross national product

52.1
53.0

52.6
53.9
1.3

54.3
55.4
1.1

56.0
57.1
1.1
629.3

56.7
58.1
1.5
641.0

58.9
60.1

59.9

1.6

1.2

6555

676.7

1.4
698.3

61.8
62.5
.8

6045

55.2
56.0
.8
609.3

57.9
59.4

587.3

53.4
54.4
1.0
595.1

705.6

62.7
63.7
1.0
717.6

64.2
65.1
.8
729.7

65.6
66.0
.4
737.4

66.7
672
.6
742.3

68.0
68.8
.8
758.2

69.5
70.1
.7
771.5

58.1
2.0
.8
2

59.6
2.0
-1.0
2

60.6
2.1
-5.0
-02

62.1
2.2
-2.9
.2

62.3
22
-3.0
.1

62.5
2.2
.8
.3

63.8
2.2
2.1
.5

63.5
2.3
4.7
1.0

65.0
2.3
2.4
1.4

66.0
2.4
2.5
1.7

67.2
2.4
1.5
1.7

67.9
2.4
3.7
1.5

69.2
2.5
1.1
1.2

71.3
2.5
.8
1.0

73.2
2.6
-2.3
1.3

568.1

579.6

590.7

609.1

628.7

6372

648.5

660.3

664.8

670.7

684.7

81.9

82.9

87.0

902

88.7

87.1

88.3

85.4

84.3

85.5

24.7
41.3
0
45.4
20.8
43.7
2.1

25.9
42.0
0
47.1
20.4
47.5
2.2

26.7
43.8
0
48.1
21.5
50.4
2.2

27.6
45.1
0
48.9
22.2
51.6
2.2

28.5
46.1
0
49.8
22.7
53.0
2.3

29.4
47.2
0
51.3
21.9
54.3
2.3

5622

.9
5705

56.1

61.3

835.3

-0.1
-0.3

1.8
-2.0
-0.3

57.0
1.9
2.4
.1

5045

514.7

526.1

534.4

544.5

551.4

662

67.7

71.9

71.7

72.8

71.9

16.4
28.7
0

16.9
29.2
0

17.4
29.5
0

17.9
29.9
0

18.6
30.3
.1

33.9
16.6
35.0
1.7

34.6
17.2
36.0
1.7

35.6
17.8
35.7
1.8

36.6
182
36.0
1.9

18.9
30.6
-0.1
37.5
18.8
36.3
1.9

20.2
30.8
0
38.8
19.1
37.7
2.0

21.0
31.2
0
40.0
19.8
37.4
2.0

21.6
31.8
0
41.0
20.5
41.1
2.0

21.7
32.6
0
41.6
21.3
40.1
2.0

22.8
39.1
0

32.8
16.2
34.3
1.6

42.7
21.4
41.4
2.1

23.8
39.9
0
44.1
21.1
41.8
2.1

478.6

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.

488.1

497.0

505.7

515.4

524.6

534.8

544.8

559.0

5725

584.3

593.9

607.5

621.1

631.1

638.6

652.3

664.0

557.7
500.4
614.0

5662
510.0
625.0

5822
521.0
637.6

5902
529.4
647.7

539.4
660.3

604.5
546.6
669.5

623.8
562.6
688.2

635.2
573.9
700.7

650.5
585.3
712.9

671.8
6042
733.5

693.2
623.6
753.4

700.4
632.1
764.9

712.6
643.4
777.8

724.3
654.9
792.4

732.1
659.5
799.3

7372
665.5
807.9

752.4
678.9
825.4

765.9
693.7
843.3

55.3
1.8

Equals: National income
Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons
Business transfer payments to persons
Equals: Personal income

Addenda:




I

2.1

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world *

See footnote(s) at end of table.

IV

6.7

\jfO3S ooiwcsiic product •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income (4—11)

I

,

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21

Table 1.9.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, National Income, and Personal
Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1968

1970

1969

1972

1971

Une
I
1,069.8 1,088.2

883.7

900.3

913.7

937.3

951.1

970.7

978.8

1,108.4

1,122.3

1,160.9

1,192.5

9.7

10.2

10.6

10.7

11.3

11.7

12.2

12.6

13.0

13.3

13.2

12.4

13.4

14.2

14.1

14.8

15.3

15.9

3.8

4.1

42

4.9

5.5

6.2

6.5

6.7

6.7

6.6

6.3

5.9

6.1

6.7

7.0

Gross domestic product
Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world 2

989.7 1,003.8 1,022.8 1,026.4

1,130.2 1,169.2 1,200.8

Equals: Gross national product

865.5

906.6

920.0

943.7

957.3

976.7

984.8

1,010.4

1,029.4

Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment
Equals: Net national product

71.4
71.3
-0.1
794.0

73.0
72.7
-0.3
816.8

74.6
73.9
-0.7
832.0

76.7
75.5
-1.2
843.3

79.0
77.6
-1.3
864.7

80.5
79.3
-1.2
876.8

82.3
81.1
-1.2
894.4

84.1
82.5
-1.6
900.7

85.9
83.8
-2.0
910.1

88.4
85.1
-3.3
922.0

89.5
86.3
-3.2

91.5
87.7
-3.9
941.0

75.9
2.6
1.1
1.1

78.0
2.8
3.3
1.3

80.3
2.9
.5
1.2

81.8
2.9
-5.1
1.3

83.3
3.0
1.8
1.4

85.6
3.1
-2.1
1.5

3.1
-3.0
1.7

89.5
3.2
-7.0
1.5

91.3
3.1
-1.9
2.2

93.4
3.1
-1.1
2.9

95.3
3.2
2.5
2.6

97.0
3.3
.5
2.9

100.6
3.3
7.4
2.8

102.0
3.4
5.4
2.2

104.8
3.5
4.7
2.2

107.0
3.6
-5.0
2.3

107.8
3.7
.9
2.9

110.2
3.8
5.7
3.2

715.5

733.9

749.6

764.9

778.1

791.7

808.0

816.5

819.7

829.5

841.6

843.1

874.4

891.3

906.4

925.9

955.5

971.0

89.5

93.1

93.2

94.5

94.2

91.4

88.9

84.0

76.3

79.8

79.4

74.5

87.3

89.2

91.1

93.7

98.8

99.1

29.9
48.9
0
52.7
23.5
56.7
2.4

30.5
50.0
0
54.4
24.3
60.4
2.5

30.5
51.0
0
55.1
25.0
62.0
2.6

30.7
51.9
0
56.1
25.3
63.4
2.7

32.2
55.9
0
58.3
25.0
65.4
2.7

33.1
57.1
0
60.1
25.2
66.8
2.8

34.2
58.7
0
61.7
25.0
68.1
2.8

35.0
59.8
0
63.3
25.0
69.9
2.8

36.7
61.0
2.5
65.4
24.3
72.4
2.8

39.0
61.9
-2.1
67.7
23.6
82.8
2.8

41.4
62.9
-0.4
71.0
23.1
83.8
2.8

43.1
62.9
0
72.7
22.8
88.1
2.8

44.3
67.5
0
74.3
23.5
90.2
2.9

45.3
68.5
.2
75.1
23.4
98.2
3.0

46.0
69.4
.6
76.5
23.6
98.9
3.1

46.2
70.2
1.5
77.1
23.4
100.8
3.2

46.5
77.1
-1.4
78.3
24.7
104.1
3.3

47.9
78.2
-0.4
80.2
25.1
104.9
3.3

Equals: Personal income

682.4

702.0

719.6

735.4

747.4

764.9

783.8

798.7

808.1

827.9

839.0

849.0

866.3

887.8

901.3

918.7

945.0

959.7

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income (4-11)

788.2
709.6
864.4

810.7
727.9
886.5

825.6
743.2
906.1

837.0
758.6
925.1

858.4
771.7
941.9

870.6
785.5
959.4

802.0
979.6

894.7
810.4
991.8

915.4
933.4
975.4
903.8
991.9 1,009.9 1,021.2 1,056.8 1,079.2
934.9
835.0
813.4
822.9
866.9
883.3
918.0
947.2
962.7
837.0
899.0
997.8 1,011.5 1,027.0 1,032.0 1,069.9 1,090.8 1,111.0 1,135.2 1,168.2 1,195.1

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Equals: National income
Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons
Business transfer payments to persons

1972

1974

1973

1,032.5 1,077.3

1,096.2 1,115.7

94.4
113.3
96.3
101.1
104.0
98.5
104.4
89.3
91.0
93.0
94.8
97.8
-6.9
-5.1
-5.3
-6.2
-5.5
-6.3
982.9 1,000.0 1,017.2 1,029.1 1,065.1 1,087.4

1975

1976

Une
Gross domestic product
Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world i.

I

IV

III
1,334.5
22.7

16.8

17.7

20.5

7.8

8.6

1,444.1 1,474.7 1,504.8 1,513.6

9.7

1,358.4 1,4012

1,410.9

25.6

26.6

30.1

30.8

11.6

1,217.7 1,256.8 1,304.4

12.2

12.9

142

30.9

292

III
1,552.1 1,614.4

IV
1,663.3

IV

I
1,717.8 1,746.4

1,779.9 1,829.6

26.6

28.2

30.7

31.7

32.6

33.0

33.7

15.5
1,490.2 1,518.3

27.1

14.8

15.0

14.5

15.7

15.8

15.7

15.7

1,525.2

1,564.0

1,733.7 1,763.3

1,7972

1,847.7

Equals: Gross national product

1,226.8 1,265.9 1,315.1 1,3462

Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment
Equals: Net national product

158.4
129.4
151.3
143.6
189.9
181.0
171.6
163.5
167.2
124.8
120.5
114.6
184.8
175.6
136.6
121.5
112.6
109.8
130.0
126.8
124.5
117.8
115.4
110.8
107.1
150.8
146.2
139.7
142.6
137.6
133.1
135.3
121.3
111.5
105.4
102.7
-28.4
-30.4
-24.5
-19.1
-9.4
-9.7
-39.1
-38.6
-35.9
-38.3
-34.0
-31.9
-15.3
-11.6
-10.0
-7.6
-7.2
-7.1
1,117.0 1,153.3 1200.5 1,225.7 1,250.8 1,290.8 1,298.7 1,324.1 1,346.6 1,367.0 1,366.8 1,400.5 1,460.4 1,507.9 1,5582 1,582.3 1,612.4 1,657.8

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.

1,372.3 1,415.6

1,428.1 1,460.7

120.2
4.4
5.4
2.8

122.1
4.4
-0.5
2.2

123.6
4.8
-6.7
2.6.

124.9
4.9
-5.1
.4

128.4
4.7
6.3
-0.3

131.5
4.7
-0.3
.4

1,001.6 1,043.3 1,080.8 1,098.6

112.3
3.8
3.3
4.1

115.1
42
-5.7
3.5

118.3
4.3
-0.1
2.8

1,127.0

1,171.7

1,174.3

1,184.4

1,211.0

Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons
Business transfer payments to persons

103.8

110.9

117.9

114.4

115.3

118.2

109.5

107.0

102.9

50.1
79.7
-0.2
82.9
25.8
106.9
3.4

52.5
81.0
2.1
85.9
26.2
117.6
3.5

54.1
94.8
0
89.5
26.6
120.0
3.6

54.0
96.3
-O.3
90.9
27.3
122.4
3.8

57.0
98.6
0
95.6
27.8
125.2
3.8

60.8
100.7
0
100.3
28.8
128.9
3.9

66.0
107.1
0
105.6
29.1
135.1
4.0

70.6
109.4
-0.6
110.6
29.6
143.5
4.0

73.7
112.3
-1.4
114.8
29.9
151.6
4.0

Equals: Personal income

987.3 1,029.9

Equals: National income

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income (4-11)
See footnote(s) at end of table.




1,053.7 1,078.6

1,108.5 1,153.9 1,165.5

1,185.6 1,223.9

133.4
4.8
6.1
2.1

137.7
5.1
8.0
2.1

1,627.6 1,679.5

143.0
5.3
3.9
3.0

146.0
5.8
5.9
3.3

1,225.5 1,224.6 1251.9 1,311.3

1,353.4

132.2
5.5
4.7
1.0

98.7

100.2

112.6

134.3

140.4

146.7
6.4
6.5
1.4

150.0
6.3
7.8
1.1
1,419.4

151.2

146.0

152.9
6.5
8.9
1.3

156.7
7.1
18.5
1.7

1,445.4 1,4772
146.0

145.0

85.9
79.2
84.4
77.1
78.1
88.3
81.8
81.1
81.6
135.7
122.7
116.4
1332
113.3
115.3
138.4
130.7
119.6
.1
.1
.1
.1
.1
.1
.1
135.8
127.0
132.9
1.18.5
119.7
121.1
140.5
124.2
129.0
35.7
29.7
34.1
29.6
29.1
28.9
37.4
29.2
31.8
205.7
1942
1982
159.3
1712
186.7
208.7
190.6
198.7
5.7
4.8
5.5
3.9
4.1
4.5
5.7
4.6
5.1
1247.7 1255.1 1,284.7 1,324.8 1,364.5 1,400.7 1,426.4 1,460.5 1,497.6

1,108.0 1,144.2 1,189.7 1,214.0 1236.8 1,276.3 1,281.5 1,307.5 1,331.1 1,353.4 1,3552 1,388.6 1,4472 1,491.8 1,5422 1,565.5 1,595.1 1,639.7
992.6 1,034.1 1,070.0 1,086.8 1,113.0 1,157.3 1,157.1 1,167.8 1,195.6 1,212.0 1,213.0 1,240.0 1,298.1 1,337.2 1,384.0 1,402.6 1,428.1 1,459.1
1223.5 1,271.6 1,315.3 1,340.8 1,372.8 1,422.3 1,4332 1,454.4 1,490.5 1,513.6 1,519.1 1,556.0 1,623.8 1,673.6 1,7272 1,755.5 1,788.3 1,8292

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

22

Table 1.9.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, National Income, and Personal
Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1977

1978

1979

Line

IV

I
Gross domestic product
Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world>.
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world 2.
Equals: Gross national product
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment
Equals: Net national product

I

IV

I

IV

IV

I

1,881.7

1,952.9

2,015.1

2,046.8

2,0902

2,213.9

2274.7

2,352.0

2,3992

2,453.3

2,523.3

2,578.8

2,650.1

2,643.9

2,705.3

2,832.9

362

37.4

38.6

38.5

43.1

43.4

472

54.9

58.8

65.5

74.9

79.7

84.7

81.0

76.6

80.1

15.2

16.4

17.5

19.5

20.9

24.4

26.0

29.9

32.8

35.7

38.6

43.1

47.1

45.4

42.1

51.5

1,902.7

1,973.8

2,0362

2,065.8

2,112.4

2232.8

2,295.9

2,377.1

2,4252

2,483.0

2,559.6

2,615.3

2,687.7

2,679.4

2,739.8

2,861.5

195.5

203.0
161.5
-41.5

207.1

215.2

222.3
177.2
-45.1

230.2
181.6
-48.5

247.7
194.5
-53.3
2,129.3

256.6
201.5
-55.1

268.2

171.4
-43.8
1,850.6

286.2
222.0
-64.2

2,329.1

-71.9
2,372.7

318.3
245.4
-72.9

2281.0

295.2
227.0
-68.2
2,392.5

306.7
234.8

2,168.5

208.8
-59.4
2214.9

278.6
215.3
-63.4

2,421.5

327.4
255.3
-72.0
2,534.1

184.2
9.1
8.1
2.4

186.8
9.5
11.4
3.0

189.8
10.1
20.3
2.9

194.2
10.7
15.2
3.4

199.8
10.7
22.3
3.7

207.9
11.0
21.3
4.3

215.9
11.2
10.1
5.3

224.2
12.0

2,302.9

155.4
-40.1
1,707.2

1,770.9

166.6
-40.5
1,829.0

1,890.1

2,002.6

238.8
187.7
-51.1
2,057.1

160.2
7.2
15.8
1.8

163.6
7.1
15.9
2.0

167.6
7.0
9.9
2.7

170.5
7.8
1.9
6.6

173.3
7.6
-1.6
4.6

179.8
8.1
4.7
3.4

176.8
8.1
11.2
2.2

181.4
9.0
16.0
4.1

1,525.7

1,586.2

1,647.4

1,677.0

1,715.4

1,813.4

1,8632

1,927.1

2,0102

2,063.6

2,112.4

2,163.4

2,136.8

2,189.7

155.1

175.4

190.2

182.0

174.4

201.8

206.2

216.4

204.8

204.7

203.0

197.6

196.6

163.5

167.5

183.0

94.7

98.0

106.5

111.8

129.1

136.9

155.0

165.4

.1
40.9
223.7
6.0

.1
172.7
41.9
227.8
6.3

238.7
7.0

191.8
.1
207.3
48.6
248.5
7.5

-0.9
216.8
49.9
254.1
7.8

-0.1
226.5
50.7
270.4

8.6

329.4
8.9

335.1

8.0

180.9
211.3
-0.2
262.5
55.5
289.4
8.4

205.6
224.8
-0.5
290.1
58.7

229.9
6.7

178.5
.4
196.7
47.1
242.9
7.3

165.6
204.4
.2
242.1
52.4
278.3
8.2

187.9
212.8
0

38.1
212.0
5.8

.1
152.1
38.8
214.1
5.7

173.4
.5

152.8
199.7

190.3

148.3

144.3
195.5

.1
147.4

118.1
169.8
.1
180.5
42.8

122.9

144.7

103.5
151.3
.1
158.6
40.0
220.0
5.8

Equals: Personal income

1,534.6

1,575.0

1,626.8

1,668.8

1,712.3

1,783.6

1,838.8

1,947.9

1,995.1

2,063.8

2,125.7

2,190.5

2206.0

2,281.9

2,3832

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income (4-11)

1,686.2
1,504.8
1,886.8

1,749.9
1,565.3
1,957.9

1,807.9
1,626.3
2,026.3

1,831.6
1,658.0
2,063.9

1,867.9
1,693.2
2,113.9

1,983.7
1,794.5
2,228.1

2,035.9
1,842.0
2,284.7

2,104.3
1,902.1
2,361.1

2,142.6
1,943.6
2,417.1

2,185.1
1,980.4
2,471.7

2,244.6
2,027.3
2,539.3

2,292.5
2,075.8
2,600.1

2,355.0
2,125.8
2,665.4

2,337.2
2,101.3
2,658.1

2,387.0
2,155.2
2,729.8

2,505.5
2,274.3
2,860.6

IV

I

IV

I

IV

I

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Equals: National income
Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons
Business transfer payments to persons

164.7

188.0

44.9

1982

1981

I

271.5
56.8

296.6

217.3
.5
271.9
57.5

.9
5.8

9.3

1984

1983

11
1

IV

2,953.5

2,993.0

3,079.6

3,096.3

3,092.9

3,1462

3,1642

3,195.1

3,254.9

3,367.1

3,450.9

3,547.3

3,666.9

3,754.6

3,8182

3,869.1

88.1

91.9

97.9

98.4

95.8

102.9

98.6

91.9

90.1

91.4

99.7

102.1

103.5

109.1

113.2

106.6

56.1

61.5

65.1

61.0

65.1

69.9

64.4

61.2

64.6

69.0

71.0

76.3

85.4

88.1

85.5

Equals: Gross national product

2,985.5

3,023.5

3,112.4

3,133.7

3,123.7

3,1792

3,193.8

3,222.6

3,283.8

3,394.0

3,481.6

3,578.4

3,6942

3,778.3

3,843.3

3,8902

Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment
Equals: Net national product

340.3
266.1
-74.2
2,6452

355.2
280.9
-74.3
2,668.3

367.9

387.8
309.5
-78.3
2,735.9

394.5
318.8
-75.7
2,784.6

401.4
329.8

412.5
345.6
-66.8

407.1

292.1
-75.8
2,744.5

386.1
306.7
-79.4
2,747.6

356.1
-51.0
2,876.7

408.7
370.3
-38.4
2,985.3

418.4
381.7

-36.6
3,063.2

439.7
407.2
-32.5
3,138.7

423.6
400.6
-22.9
3270.6

427.8
408.9
-19.0
3,350.5

433.6
423.1
-10.5
3,409.7

448.0
447.3
-0.7
3,4422

244.1
12.5
15.3
5.4

248.7
13.2
9.7
3.7

251.2
13.7
9.2
5.3

253.1
14.3
9.4
4.5

252.3
14.5
-0.4
4.8

278.4
16.1
9.9
10.4

285.8
16.3
19.5
10.3

291.7
18.1
13.8
19.2

300.0
18.0
1.4
21.7

307.6
18.4
-10.1
2.9

312.6

19.5
-7.0
3.6

317.7
20.2
-20.5
9.7

2,378.7

2,400.3

2,475.7

2,475.3

3,134.4

176.4

191.8

170.1

309.0
62.0
341.8

224.6
249.2
0
324.5
66.2
346.7

248.6
253.4
.3
353.1

9.7

Equals: Personal income
Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income (4-11)

Gross domestic product
Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world i .

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Equals: National income
Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons
Business transfer payments to persons

See footnote(s) at end of table.




-71.7
2,792.4

2,810.1

253.6
15.6
-3.5
5.2

257.5
15.6
-15.7

262.3
16.0
-10.1

5.1

9.6

264.5
16.0
-2.6
6.7

2,474.3

2,524.1

2,5402

2,551.5

2,605.5

2,691.4

2,751.8

2,834.3

2,972.9

3,037.4

3,088.3

146.1

152.4

157.1

150.3

177.5

214.6

229.5

229.1

264.1

270.8

260.5

261.3

271.0
268.8
0
384.2
65.5
386.7
11.7

262.6
271.2
0
379.1
66.2
403.9

317.2
327.6

0
476.2

321.1
332.2
.6
485.4

78.4
436.4

77.8
439.6

12.6

13.2

288.7
317.2
.2
433.0
79.7
432.7
14.0

304.5
322.9
.2
453.0

77.2
429.0
12.7

274.5
291.9
-0.4
405.3
79.7
425.1
12.8

281.8
298.3

12.0

256.8
272.8
0
373.6
69.4
419.9
12.3

259.7
283.3
0
378.8
73.8
422.0

10.0

259.3
265.7
-0.1
3702
672
374.6
11.3

263.9
287.5
-1.3
387.3

69.6
365.4
10.4

248.2
257.0
0
357.7
69.9
368.8
10.8

14.8

15.5

79.3
442.3
16.2

2,453.9

2,497.5

2,580.2

2,607.1

2,626.7

2,6795

2,710.4

2,746.8

2,7722

2,832.7

2,879.4

2,965.8

3,062.1

3,121.7

3,192.1

32425

2,613.2
2,346.7
2,970.1

2,637.9
2,369.9
3,013.8

2,711.7
2,442.9
3,103.2

2,710.2
2,437.9
3,124.4

2,705.2
2,443.6
3,124.0

2,751.7
2,491.2
3,182.7

2,762.7
2,510.5
3,209.6

2,782.6
2,524.0
3,232.7

2,847.8
2,576.6
3,286.4

2,958.5
2,664.5
3,384.1

3,032.5
2,721.1
3,462.1

3,107.6
2,803.2
3,564.5

3,243.3
2,945.6
3,692.8

3,326.7
3,013.7
3,788.4

3,384.7
3,063.2
3,850.3

3,421.1
3,113.3
3,910.7

212.0
245.5
0

0
418.7
80.6
428.0

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Table 1.9.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, National Income, and Personal
Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1985

1987

1986

1988

Line

IV

IV

3,940.0

4,215.7

4,232.0

4,2902

4,336.6

4,408.3

4,494.9

4,573.5

4,683.0

4,752.4

4,8572

4,947.3

5,044.6

98.1

100.8

96.0

94.2

92.8

96.6

102.0

107.3

114.4

123.3

123.3

128.3

139.9

82.6

82.6

82.4

85.1

92.5

99.4

103.1

106.9

117.7

124.1

130.2

4,012.9

4,089.5

4,1562

4,231.4

4,239.1

4,300.0

4,340.5

4,412.4

4,497.5

4,577.7

4,690.5

4,764.3

4,862.7

4,951.6

5,054.3

444.5
457.4
12.9

Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment
Equals: Net national product

4,140.5

95.2

3,955.7

Equals: Gross national product

4,076.9

97.9

82.1

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world 2.

3,997.5

97.8

Gross domestic product

449.3
472.3
23.0
3,563.6

458.7
483.9
25.2

465.6
489.9
24.3
3,690.7

468.8
490.7
21.9
3,762.6

475.6
491.7

481.6
493.4

494.0
502.2
8.2

529.9
540.6

10.7

3,852.3

3,918.4

3,998.6

512.1
525.7
13.6
4,178.5

11.4

3,818.3

503.7
517.2
13.5
4,074.0

522.4
533.8

11.8

488.2
496.8
8.6

498.8
509.2

16.1
3,763.5

4,241.9

4,332.8

536.5
545.6
9.1
4,415.1

547.2
548.6
1.4
4,5072

335.1
22.2

339.8
23.8
-1.8
21.9

345.8
24.0
8.9
5.3

351.6
24.9
-2.0

356.2
23.9

8.2

369.0
23.8
-36.7
4.4

372.3
24.2
-24.9
22.0

376.8
25.2
-34.4
14.6

388.3
24.6

-13.5
20.4

362.4
24.1
-24.1
9.6

382.0
25.3

-5.9
2.6

344.7
24.0
-0.2
3-4

-28.1
12.8

-25.8
-0.3

394.2
27.2
-25.4
16.5
4,127.6

3,511.2

3,630.7

84.5

10.4

-17.0
12.2

331.3
20.5
-21.9
10.1

21.1
-10.7

3,198.0

3,243.9

3,289.7

3,341.9

3,397.4

3,423.5

3,444.9

3,486.0

3,572.3

3,645.9

3,722.3

3,828.8

3,966.3

4,027.6

266.8

277.0

294.3

284.9

290.1

268.7

263.1

264.6

282.6

315.6

338.0

343.3

352.1

364.2

365.3

378.3

323.5
346.7
.1
491.1
83.0
461.1

326.1
355.3
0
498.1
89.5
471.5
18.0

331.9
362.3
0
507.5

351.9
376.5
0
534.2
105.7
493.5
20.7

353.3
381.4
0
534.6
107.1
502.2
21.0

349.7
388.7
0
532.6
105.6
505.8
20.9

352.5
393.5
0
535.7
102.5
512.7
21.1

358.2
397.1
0
543.2

368.6
409.6
-0.2
562.3
100.1
528.1
20.4

374.9
431.3
0

99.6
520.6
21.1

362.3
402.5
.2
551.1
99.2
524.0
20.7

564.8
103.1
548.9
20.5

376.5
438.7
0
570.8
106.4
553.2
20.7

391.1
445.6
0
588.1
110.5
557.9
20.8

408.1
453.5
0
608.9
113.8
563.5
21.3

321.9
20.4

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Equals: National income
Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons
Business transfer payments to persons

331.3

17.0

323.4
350.8
-1.0
495.7
86.4
464.8
17.5

18.8

345.8
372.6
0
525.3
100.2
487.0
20.0

Equals: Personal income

3,313.0

3,358.0

3,391.3

3,456.7

3,521.4

3,580.7

3,612.0

3,647.8

3,715.8

3,759.5

3,814.2

3,918.5

3,967.7

4,037.9

4,102.9

4,1952

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income (4-11)

3,495.5
3,182.3
3,972.7

3,548.3
3,228.5
4,034.8

3,618.1
3,277.2
4,100.2

3,674.9
3,326.2
4,162.2

3,746.9
3,381.7
4,231.5

3,756.4
3,416.4
4,240.9

3,808.6
3,435.1
4,291.0

3,848.5
3,482.1
4,342.5

3,914.3
3,568.2
4,425.9

3,996.1
3,643.3
4,521.6

4,069.8
3,718.0
4,614.4

4,171.0
3,821.3
4,715.4

4,230.0
3,876.9
4,798.7

4,327.3
3,960.8

4,410.8
4,023.3
4,977.4

4,497.4
4,117.9
5,079.7

92.7
474.8

2. Consists largely of payments to foreign residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of U.S.
affiliates of foreign corporations.

1. Consists largely of receipts by U.S. residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of foreign affiliates of U.S. corporations.

Table 1.10.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, and National Income in Constant
Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1,970.8

2,023.8

2,128.1

2,215.6

2,340.6

2,470.5

2,616.2

2,6852

2,796.9

2,873.0

2,873.9

2,955.9

3,107.1

3,268.6

19.1

20.6

22.5

24.4

26.6

28.3

28.0

29.2

32.3

35.7

36.8

37.9

42.2

57.5

7.2

7.2

7.3

8.2

9.1

9.9

11.0

11.8

13.5

17.8

19.2

17.9

20.5

27.6

1,982.8

2,037.1

2,143.3

2,231.8

2,358.1

2,488.9

2,633.2

2,702.6

2,815.6

2,890.9

2,891.5

2,975.9

3,128.8

3,298.6

173.7

178.6

183.6

189.6

196.4

205.0

214.9

225.2

235.3

246.7

258.0

269.1

285.0

296.4

1,809.0

1,858.6

1,959.7

2,042.3

2,161.7

2,284.0

2,418.3

2,477.4

2,580.3

2,644.2

2,633.5

2,706.8

2,843.8

3,0022

141.3

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

1964

1,770.7

Equals: Net national product

1963

168.8

Less: Consumption of fixed capital

1962

1,939.6

Equals: Gross national product

1961

6.2

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world <

1960

17.0

Gross domestic product

1959
1,928.8

Line

146.4

150.1

157.9

164.8

174.4

185.7

196.4

202.5

214.9

223.0

229.1

238.1

252.7

267.6

-6.5

-11.2

-7.8

-3.6

-6.8

-2.4

-2.5

9.0

2.6

-.1

-7.2

8.3

2.8

-1.0

Equals: National income

1,635.9

1,673.8

1,716.3

1,805.4

1,884.4

1,989.6

2,100.8

2,212.8

2,272.3

2,365.5

2,428.4

2,404.4

2,460.4

2,588.3

2,735.6

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

1,759.9
1,625.1
1,946.1

1,797.1
1,661.9
1,994.0

1,845.2
1,702.9
2,044.9

1,944.5
1,790.2
2,146.9

2,026.1
1,868.2
2,238.7

2,144.2
1,972.1
2,360.5

2,265.6
2,082.4
2,491.5

2,401.3
2,195.8
2,624.2

2,460.0
2,254.9
2,700.0

2,561.5
2,346.8
2,815.7

2,626.3
2,410.5
2,898.1

2,615.9
2,386.8
2,891.5

2,686.8
2,440.4
2,967.6

2,822.1
2,566.6
3,126.0

2,972.2
2,705.6
3,299.5

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

3248.1

3221.7

3,380.8

3,533.3

3,703.5

3,796.8

3,776.3

3,843.1

3,760.3

3,906.6

4,148.5

4279.8

4,404.5

4,539.9

4,718.6

67.5

57.4

63.0

67.9

78.7

107.1

113.7

120.7

117.9

111.0

119.4

103.4

99.2

105.1

123.8

33.2

31.6

31.5

32.2

43.2

58.6

79.4

82.1

78.0

93.5

88.2

90.2

100.5

116.1

3282.4

3,247.6

3,4122

3,569.0

3,739.0

3,845.3

3,823.4

3,884.4

3,796.1

3,939.6

4,174.5

4,295.0

4,413.5

4,544.5

4,726.3

310.3

322.8

334.6

348.4

364.5

384.5

400.7

417.8

429.5

447.4

455.5

471.5

486.7

502.2

518.5

2,972.0

2,924.8

3,077.6

3220.6

3,374.5

3,460.8

3,422.7

3,466.6

3,366.6

3,492.3

3,7185

3,823.5

3,926.9

4,042.4

4,207.8

264.0

267.5

282.2

295.0

306.7

313.2

309.7

314.7

314.7

325.0

342.9

355.3

366.8

374.9

387.8

Une
Gross domestic product
Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world 2.
Equals: Gross national product
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net national product
Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

0

3.0

11.9

19.5

19.4

12.2

20.6

19.0

13.6

-8.7

11.5

-9.8

-14.7

1.3

-24.8

-27.4

Equals: National income

2,705.1

2,645.4

2,775.9

2,9062

3,055.6

3,127.1

3,094.0

3,138.3

3,060.6

3,155.8

3,385.8

3,482.8

3,558.8

3,692.3

3,847.5

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

2,937.8
2,670.9
3,279.4

2,898.9
2,619.5
3235.7

3,046.2
2,744.5
3,392.7

3,184.9
2,870.5
3,549.5

3,339.0
3,020.1
3,726.8

3,412.3
3,078.6
3,824.8

3,375.6
3,046.9
3,804.4

3,425.3
3,097.0
3,870.8

3,330.8
3,024.8
3,804.8

3,459.2
3,122.8
3,928.2

3,693.0
3,359.9
4,184.2

3,808.3
3,467.6
4,309.6

3,917.8
3,549.8
4,412.2

4,037.8
3,687.7
4,569.3

4,200.1
3,839.8
4,753.7

See footnote(s) at end of table.




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24

Table 1.10.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, and National Income in Constant
Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1959

1960

1962

1963

Line
I

I

IV

III

I

IV

IV

III

III

I

IV

I

1,904.9 1,9375 1,930.8 1,941.9 1,976.9 1,971.7 1,973.7 1,961.1 1,977.4 2,006.0 2,035.2 2,076.5 2,103.8 2,125.7 2,142.6 2,1402 2,170.9 2,199.5

Gross domestic product
Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world *

16.0

Equals: Gross national product

16.2

17.4

18.5

18.7

18.8

19.2

19.8

20.7

20.0

20.5

21.1

20.6

22.2

22.4

24.9

24.1

23.8

5.7

6.0

6.4

6.7

7.4

7.2

7.1

6.9

7.0

7.1

7.3

7.5

7.2

7.3

7.4

7.5

7.6

8.0

1315.1 1,947.7 1,941.8 1,953.6 1,988.1 1,983.3 1,985.8 1,974.0 1,991.1 2,018.9 2,048.4 2,090.1 2,117.3 2,140.6 2,157.7 2,157.6 2,187.4 2,215.3

Less: Consumption of fixed capital

167.1

1682

169.4

170.6

171.9

173.1

174.4

175.6

176.8

178.0

179.1

180.3

181.6

182.9

184.2

185.7

187.2

188.7

1,748.0 1,779.5 1,772.4 1,783.0 1,816.2 1,810.1 1,811.4 1,798.4 1,814.3 1,841.0 1,869.3 1,909.7 1,935.7 1,957.7 1,973.4 1,972.0 2,000.2 2,026.6

Equals: Net national product
Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

139.8

140.9

141.9

142.7

145.3

147.3

146.7

146.3

147.0

150.0

150.1

153.1

155.6

157.0

158.2

160.8

163.0

163.6

-8.0

-12.6

-.2

-5.3

-6.1

-12.1

-6.8

-19.8

-9.6

-7.4

-4.7

-9.4

-.9

.8

.4

-14.6

-7.0

-13.2

Equals: National income

1,616.2 1,651.2 1,630.7 1,645.6 1,677.0 1,674.9 1,671.5 1,671.9 1,676.8 1,698.4 1,723.9 1,766.0 1,781.0 1,799.9 1,614.8 1,825.8 1,844.2 1,876.1

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

1,737.8 1,769.3 1,761.4 1,771.2 1,805.0 1,798.6 1,799.3 1,785.5 1,800.6 1,828.1 1,856.1 1,896.2 1,922.2 1,942.8 1,958.4 1,954.5 1,983.7 2,010.8
1,606.0 1,641.0 1,619.7 1,633.8 1,665.7 1,663.3 1,659.4 1,659.0 1,663.1 1,685.4 1,710.7 1,752.5 1,767.5 1,785.0 1,799.7 1,808.4 1,827.7 1,860.4
1,923.1 1,960.3 1,942.0 1,958.9 1,994.2 1,995.3 1,992.6 1,993.8 2,000.7 2,026.3 2,053.1 2,099.5 2,118.2 2,139.8 2,157.2 2,172.3 2,194.4 2,228.5
1963

1964

Line

I

IV

III

II

1965
III

IV

1967

1966
III

I

IV

I

II

IV

I

IV

2237.6 2,2545 2,311.1 2,329.9 2,357.4 2,364.0 2,410.1 2,442.8 2,485.5 2,543.8 2,596.8 2,601.4 2,626.1 2,640.5 2,6572 2,669.0 2,699.5 2,715.1

Gross domestic product
Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world i

24.4

25.2

27.0

26.4

27.0

26.1

28.7

8.4

8.7

8.8

9.0

9.0

9.5

28.3

26.8

27.5

27.7

27.9

29.0

28.7

28.2

29.9

29.9

10.0

29.5

9.6

10.3

10.4

10.6

11.3

11.6

11.6

11.6

11.6

12.1

2253.6 2,271.0 2,329.3 2,347.3 2,375.4 2,380.6 2,429.1 2,462.5 2,503.8 2,560.3 2,613.8 2,618.5 2,642.7 2,657.8 2,674.2 2,685.5 2,717.9 2,732.8

Equals: Gross national product

190.3

Less: Consumption of fixed capital

192.0

193.7

195.4

197.3

199.3

201.5

203.7

206.1

208.5

211.1

213.6

2162

218.8

221/

224.0

226.5

228.9

2,063.3 2,079.1 2,135.6 2,151.9 2,178.0 2,181.3 2,227.7 2258.8 2,297.7 2,351.7 2,402.8 2,404.8 2,426.5 2,439.0 2,452.8 2,461.5 2,491.4 2,503.9

Equals: Net national product

165.3

167.0

170.8

172.7

176.9

177.3

180.6

184.6

187.1

190.4

194.1

195.7

198.0

198.0

198.6

202.1

203.3

205.9

-.3

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

-6.9

8.1

2.9

-3.6

-16.9

-9.6

-10.0

2.5

6.9

15.5

7.8

8.1

4.7

11.7

3.5

2.5

-7.1

Equals: National income

1,8982 1,918.9 1,956.6 1,9762 2,004.7 2,020.9 2,056.6 2,0842 2,108.1 2,154.4 2,1932 2201.3 2,220.4 2,236.3 2,242.5 2,256.0 2,285.6 2,305.2

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

2,0472 2,062.5 2,117.4 2,134.5 2,160.1 2,164.6 2,208.6 2,239.0 2,279.4 2,335.2 2,385.7 2,387.8 2,409.9 2,421.7 2,435.7 2,445.0 2,473.1 2,486.2
1,882.2 1,902.4 1,938.5 1,958.8 1,986.8 2,004.2 2,037.5 2,064.5 2,089.8 2,137.9 2,176.2 2,184.3 2,203.8 2,218.9 2,225.4 2,239.5 2,267.2 2,287.4
2,253.9 2,278.0 2,321.1 2,344.4 2,378.9 2,397.5 2,438.7 2,472.5 2,501.3 2,553.3 2,598.3 2,610.6 2,634.6 2,653.1 2,662.5 2,682.0 2,715.3 2,740.0
1968

1971

1970

1969

1972

Line
I
Gross domestic product
Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world 2.
Equals: Gross national product
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net national product
Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

IV

I

ill

IV

I

III

IV

I

III

IV

I

2,752.1 2,796.9 2,816.8 2,821.7 2,864.6 2,867.8 2,884.5 2,875.1 2,867.8 2,859.5 2,895.0 2,873.3 2,939.9 2,944.2 2,962.3 2,977.3 3,037.3 3,089.7
31.0

32.1

33.0

33.0

34.4

35.2

36.3

36.9

37.7

37.9

372

34.6

36.7

38.3

37.5

39.3

40.0

41.1

12.8

13.5

13.8

14.0

15.4

17.1

19.1

19.7

19.9

19.5

19.1

18.2

16.9

17.2

18.5

19.2

18.9

20.3

2,770.3 2,815.6 2,836.0 2,840.6 2,883.6 2,886.0 2,901.7 2,8922 2,885.5 2,877.9 2,913.0 2,889.7 2,959.7 2,965.4 2,9812 2,997.4 3,058.4 3,110.5
231.4

233.9

236.6

239.4

242.3

245.3

2482

251.1

253.9

256.7

259.4

262.0

266.1

267.4

270.1

272.9

275.8

296.5

2,538.9 2,581.6 2,599.4 2,6012 2,641.3 2,640.7 2,653.5 2,6412 2,631.6 2,6212 2,653.7 2,627.6 2,693.6 2,698.0 2,7112 2,724.5 2,782.6 2,813.9
2112

213.6

216.8

217.9

220.5

222.9

223.5

225.1

227.7

227.9

230.8

230.0

2352

237.6

238.9

240.6

246.8

250.1

3.3

10.0

1.4

-15.0

5.3

-6.1

-8.5

-19.7

-52

-3.1

6.8

1.5

19.9

14.2

12.2

-13.0

2.4

14.5

Equals: National income

2,3245 2,358.0 2,3812 2,398.4 2,415.5 2,424.0 2,438.4 2,435.8 2,409.1 2,396.4 2,416.1 2,3962 2,438.5 2,446.2 2,460.0 2,496.9 2,533.3 2,549.3

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

2,520.7 2,563.0 2,5802 2,582.3 2,622.3 2,622.6 2,636.3 2,624.0 2,613.9 2,602.8 2,635.6 2,6112 2,673.7 2,676.9 2,692.2 2,704.4 2,761.5 2,793.2
2,306.3 2,339.4 2,362.0 2,379.5 2,396.5 2,405.8 2,421.2 2,418.6 2,391.4 2,378.0 2,398.0 2,379.8 2,418.7 2,425.1 2,441.0 2,476.8 2,5122 2,528.6
2,767.0 2,805.6 2,834.6 2,855.7 2,878.3 2,892.1 2,910.2 2,911.9 2,890.7 2,880.9 2,9062 2,888.2 2,939.8 2,951.1 2,969.0 3,010.4 3,055.9 3,096.0

See footnote(s) at end of table.




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25

Table 1.10.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, and National Income in Constant
Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1974

1973

1972

1976

1975

Une
III

I

IV

IV

I

IV

III

IV

3,381.0

3,416.3

63.3

63.0

63.3

32.0

31.3

30.8

3,400.5

3,412.7

3,448.9

333.9

335.7

338.9

3,057.0

3,066.5

3,077.0

3,110.0

277.7

280.4

283.6

287.3

3,267.6

3,239.1

3,226.4

3,154.0

3,190.4

3,249.9

3,292.5

69.5

69.7

67.9

62.8

56.7

55.0

57.0

61.1

62.2

30.6

33.0

34.8

34.6

33.3

31.5

31.4

30.0

32.1

3,298.4

3,304.3

3,272.2

3,254.6

3,177.3

3,2133

3,2755

3,323.6

3,386.8

304.4

309.9

311.8

315.2

318.4

321.4

324.3

327.0

329.8

3,021.5

2,993.9

2,994.4

2,960.4

2,939.4

2,858.9

2,892.5

2,951.2

2,996.5

268.6

260.4

264.7

266.7

264.0

263.7

265.8

268.5

271.9

3,259.4

3,253.3

3,267.6

44.7

51.1

55.5

61.3

62.3

22.3

24.9

27.5

28.5

29.3

3,148.4

3,197.8

3,279.4

3,295.6

3,297.2

3,322.1

282.1

285.5

289.1

299.3

296.6

300.5

2,866.3

2,912.3

2,990.4

2,996.3

3,000.5

253.6

260.2

264.7

267.7

269.2

-14.2

-.3

13.1

-1.1

-15.6

-11.6

14.1

-.6

9.9

12.4

16.0

7.7

11.5

12.6

14.7

16.6

34.1

Equals: National income

2,604.3

2,666.4

2,726.0

2,7155

2,732.4

2,768.5

2,745.1

2,715.7

2,694.3

2,665.4

2,5823

2,610.6

2,675.0

2,713.1

2,766.7

2,771.4

2,776.8

2,788.6

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

2,843.7
2,581.7
3,140.1

2,889.9
2,644.0
3,212.0

2,964.2
2,699.8
3,279.8

2,968.3
2,687.5
3,282.4

2,967.7 2,988.6
2,699.6 2,735.6
3,298.3 3,337.6

2,955.0
2,706.1
3,309.9

2,957.7 2,927.2
2,679.0 2,661.1
3,290.3 3.272.8

2,9112
2,637.2
3,244.7

2,835.6
2,559.5
3,165.0

2,869.0
2,587.1
3,197.9

2,925.6
2,649.4
3,267.8

2,965.5
2,682.1
3,312.0

3,026.9
2,736.6
3,374.2

3,035.2
2,740.1
3,385.7

3,045.3
2,745.1
3,396.1

3,077.4
2,756.0
3,414.8

Gross domestic product

3,125.8
43.2
20.6

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world i.
Equals: Gross national product
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net national product
Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

3,1755

3,264.3

3,289.1

1979

1978

1977

3,356.7

3,369.2

1980

Line
IV

I

IV

I

I

IV

IV

3,466.4

3,735.6

3,779.6

3,780.8

3,784.3

3,8075

3,814.6

3,830.8

3,732.6

3,7335

3,8085

73.1

78.1

88.9

93.5

101.9

114.1

118.9

123.5

115.5

106.9

108.8

31.2

32.5

35.5

37.3

42.2

43.9

49.3

53.0

56.5

59.6

65.3

65.8

59.8

71.0

3,561.7

3,610.8

3,599.3

3,629.1

3,737.9

3,769.8

3,819.3

3,821.2

3,829.8

3,862.0

3,868.3

3,884.6

3,782.3

3,7805

3,8462

348.3

349.5

353.2

358.9

361.8

366.4

371.0

375.5

382.6

388.5

391.4

394.6

399.1

403.8

405.5

3,213.4

3,261.3

3,246.1

3,270.1

3,376.1

3,403.4

3,448.3

3,445.6

3,447.2

3,473.5

3,476.9

3,490.1

3,383.1

3,376.8

3,440.7

291.7

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

3,707.0

74.6

3,161.4

Equals: Net national product

3,591.8

67.6

342.4

Less: Consumption of fixed capital

3,567.2

68.9

3,503.9

Equals: Gross national product

3,574.4

67.9

29.6

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world 2.

3,525.0

67.1

Gross domestic product

293.3

297.4

297.7

299.7

307.2

309.7

310.3

314.8

311.0

313.1

313.8

313.6

306.5

306.9

311.8

28.8

28.4

17.3

3.2

-2.7

7.8

18.2

25.4

12.6

17.3

30.2

22.2

31.7

29.6

13.6

1.1

Equals: National income

2,840.9

2,891.8

2,946.7

2,945.2

2,973.1

3,061.2

3,0755

3,112.6

3,118.3

3,1183

3,130.3

3,140.9

3,144.8

3,047.1

3,056.2

3,127.8

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

3,123.9
2,803.4
3,475.1

3,176.7
2,855.1
3,533.4

3,224.9
2,910.3
3,593.5

3,213.9
2,913.0
3,596.1

3,232.8
2,935.8
3,631.7

3,345.2
3,030.3
3,730.1

3,369.2
3,041.3
3,751.6

3,408.6
3,072.9
3,793.9

3,405.2
3,077.9
3,808.6

3,401.7
3,073.5
3,812.5

3,419.1
3,075.8
3,831.8

3,423.2
3,087.2
3,846.1

3,436.2
3,090.9
3,852.9

3,333.5
2,997.5
3,752.7

3,329.7
3,009.1
3,766.9

3,403.0
3,090.1
3,845.1

III

IV

I

IV

I

1982

1981

1983

1984

Line
I
Gross domestic product
Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world i.
Equals: Gross national product
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net national product
Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

III

IV

I

II

3,8605

3,844.4

3,8645

3,803.1

3,756.1

3,771.1

3,754.4

3,759.6

3,783.5

3,886.5

3,944.4

4,012.1

4,0895

4,144.0

4,166.4

4,1942

116.4

119.5

124.4

122.6

118.0

125.0

118.7

109.7

105.9

106.5

115.0

116.5

116.2

121.2

124.2

116.1

75.3

81.1

84.1

77.2

81.1

85.8

83.8

77.6

72.9

76.3

80.6

82.0

86.6

95.8

97.6

93.9

3,901.6

3,882.8

3,9043

3,848.5

3,793.0

3,810.3

3,789.4

3,791.7

3,816.5

3,916.7

3,978.8

4,046.6

4,119.1

4,169.4

4,193.0

4,216.4

409.3

415.4

418.1

428.6

423.2

426.3

429.2

439.2

434.6

439.6

446.9

468.5

450.6

450.1

454.1

467.4

3,492.3

3,467.4

3,486.8

3,4193

3,369.8

3,383.9

3,360.1

3,352.5

3,381.9

3,477.2

3531.9

3,578.1

3,6685

3,719.3

3,7383

3,749.0

314.9

315.6

315.1

313.0

314.7

314.6

314.0

315.4

316.9

322.2

326.0

334.7

337.8

342.9

344.1

346.8

19.7

12.2

11.3

11.3

-.4

-4.1

-18.4

-11.7

-3.0

11.3

22.1

15.5

1.5

-11.0

-7.6

-22.0

Equals: National income

3,157.8

3,1395

3,160.4

3,095.5

3,055.5

3,073.5

3,064.6

3,048.8

3,068.0

3,143.6

3,183.8

3,227.9

3,329.2

3,387.5

3,402.4

3,4242

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

3,451.3
3,116.7
3,881.9

3,429.0
3,101.2
3,870.5

3,446.4
3,120.1
3,893.6

3,374.5
3,050.1
3,837.2

3,332.9
3,018.6
3,793.4

3,344.7
3,034.3
3,814.4

3,325.2
3,029.6
3,807.8

3,320.4
3,016.7
3,803.4

3,348.9
3,035.0
3,819.5

3,446.9
3,113.4
3,905.4

3,497.5
3,149.4
3,956.7

3,543.6
3,193.4
4,031.1

3,638.9
3299.6
4,117.6

3,694.0
3,362.1
4,180.4

3,712.4
3,375.8
4,200.6

3,726.8
3,402.0
4,238.4

See footnote(s) at end of table.




NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

26

Table 1.10.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, and National Income in Constant
Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

1987

1985
Line

I

IV

I

III

IV

I

III

IV

I

4,515.3

4,559.3

4,625.5

4,655.3

4,704.8

4,734.5

4,779.7

102.4

106.9

112.9

120.8

119.3

122.6

132.3

93.8

99.9

102.7

105.4

109.0

113.8

118.4

123.0
4,789.0

4,221.8

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world 1 .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world 2 .

4,254.8

4,309.0

4,333.5

4,390.5

4,387.7

4,412.6

4,427.1

4,460.0

1052

Gross domestic product

104.5

100.8

102.9

105.2

99.8

97.1

94.8

97.8

86.8

89.3

92.8

87.4

91.2

89.0

IV

4,238.1

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

4,3495

4,406.4

4,394.6

4,422.3

4,430.8

4,463.9

4,517.8

4,563.6

4,633.0

4,667.1

4,710.3

4,738.7

475.6

480.1

480.7

484.8

488.7

492.5

496.3

500.2

504.1

508.1

512.2

516.4

520.6

524.7

3,803.1

3,8462

3,925.7

3,909.9

3,933.6

3,9382

3,967.6

4,017.7

4,059.5

4,124.9

4,155.0

4,1933

4,218.1

4,2642

351.4

Equals: Net national product

4,321.8

467.4

3,775.2

Less: Consumption of fixed capital

4,270.5

462.8

Equals: Gross national product

353.4

357.9

361.0

364.7

369.6

371.7

368.4

375.0

377.8

378.3

383.2

385.4

388.9

393.7

358.6

-18.1

-23.2

-11.3

-6.2

-2

-1.8

92

-2.1

-13.6

-242

-36.6

-24.6

-33.8

-27.2

-24.7

-24.1

Equals: National income

3,441.9

3,472.9

3,499.5

3,517.0

3,564.9

3,547.0

3,554.8

3,568.6

3,612.8

3,6663

3,718.4

3,771.3

3,805.5

3,835.8

3,854.0

3,894.7

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

3,759.0
3,425.7
4,256.1

3,787.4
3,457.1
4,293.7

3,833.3
3,486.7
4,333.1

3,853.4
3,501.0
4,355.7

3,909.9
3,549.0
4,406.6

3,902.9
3,540.1
4,396.4

3,923.9
3,545.1
4,413.1

3,934.6
3,564.9
4,432.8

3,963.6
3,608.9
4,477.6

4,015.1
3,664.4
4,542.0

4,055.3
3,714.1
4,6002

4,117.4
3,763.7
4,657.6

4,143.2
3,793.7
4,700.9

4,188.4
3,830.3
4,737.5

4,213.9
3,849.8
4,763.4

4,254.9
3,885.3
4,813.0

1. Consists largely of receipts by U.S. residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of foreign affiliates of U.S. corporations.

2. Consists largely of payments to foreign residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of U.S.
affiliates of foreign corporations.

Table 1.11.—Command-Basis Gross National Product in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1,939.6

Line
1

1,982.8

2,037.1

2,143.3

2,231.9

2,3582

2,489.0

2,633.2

2,702.6

2,815.7

2,890.9

2,891.6

2,976.0

3,128.8

3,298.6

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of factor income ! .

2

90.8

107.6

110.5

117.6

126.2

142.1

146.4

153.8

159.2

172.6

183.5

198.1

200.0

216.0

267.9

3

106.9

126.9

131.8

140.9

148.0

164.0

170.8

181.9

191.9

209.7

225.3

242.0

241.1

252.9

307.4

Equals: Command*basis gross national product

4

1,955.6

2,002.1

2,058.5

2,166.6

2,253.7

2,380.1

2,513.3

2,661.3

2,735.3

2,852.8

2,932.7

2,935.4

3,017.1

3,165.7

3,338.1

Addendum:
Terms of trade 2

5

117.7

117.9

119.3

119.8

117.3

115.4

116.6

118.2

120.5

121.5

122.8

122.1

120.6

117.1

114.7

.

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

3282.4

Line
1

3247.6

3,412.2

3,569.0

3,739.0

3,845.3

3,823.4

3,884.4

3,796.1

3,939.6

4,1745

4295.0

4,413.5

4,544.6

4,726.3

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of factor income 1 .

2

301.9

290.4

306.4

314.8

348.9

400.6

434.2

446.8

414.6

396.9

425.1

412.6

428.8

469.1

545.4

3

295.7

288.3

306.2

302.0

337.1

373.1

376.7

402.3

396.2

396.6

437.6

433.5

443.1

469.0

546.2

Equals: Command-basis gross national product

4

32762

3,245.5

3,412.0

3,5562

3,727.1

3,817.8

3,765.9

3,839.9

3,777.8

3,939.3

4,186.9

4,315.8

4,427.9

4,544.5

4,727.1

Addendum:
Terms of trade 2

5

98.0

99.3

99.9

95.9

96.6

93.1

86.8

90.0

95.6

99.9

102.9

105.1

103.3

100.0

100.1

1960

1959

1963

1962

1961

Line

I
1

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

1,915.1

1,947.7

1,941.8

1,953.6

1,988.1

1,983.3

1,985.8

1,974.0

1,991.1

2,018.9

2,048.4

2,090.1

2,117.3

2,140.6

2,157.7

2,157.7

2,187.4

2,215.3

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of factor income K

2

86.9

88.2

94.9

93.3

103.6

107.1

109.7

110.0

111.5

106.5

111.3

112.5

111.8

119.5

119.9

119.1

118.5

125.9

3

102.2

103.9

111.9

109.5

1222

126.1

129.4

129.7

132.7

128.1

131.5

134.9

135.6

143.0

143.3

141.6

139.8

149.0

Equals: Command-basis gross national product

4

1,930.4

1,963.4

1,958.8

1,969.8

2,006.8

2,002.3

2,005.4

1,993.7

2,012.3

2,0405

2,068.6

2,1125

2,141.1

2,164.1

2,181.1

2,1802

2,208.7

2238.4

117.9

117.4

118.0

117.8

117.9

117.9

119.0

120.3

118.2

119.9

121.3

119.7

119.5

118.9

118.0

118.3

Addendum:
Terms of trade 2

5

117.8

117.6

1964

1963

Une

1965

1967

1966

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

H

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

1

II

III

IV
2,732.9

Gross national product

1

2253.6

2,271.1

2,329.3

2,347.3

2,375.4

2,380.6

2,429.2

2,4625

2,503.8

2,560.3

2,613.9

2,618.5

2,642.8

2,657.9

2,674.3

2,685.5

2,7175

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of factor income'.

2

127.9

132.6

140.6

139.0

143.8

144.9

133.8

150.5

147.3

153.9

152.7

152.0

153.5

156.9

159.8

157.7

158.3

161.2

3

148.8

154.4

162.4

159.9

165.7

167.9

156.0

177.0

172.5

177.7

179.5

178.5

182.3

187.6

192.1

190.1

189.7

195.7

Equals: Command-basis gross national product

4

2,274.6

2292.9

2,351.1

2,3682

2,397.3

2,403.7

2,451.3

2,489.0

2,529.0

2,584.0

2,640.3

2,644.9

2,671.5

2,6885

2,706.6

2,718.0

2,749.3

2,767.4

Addendum:
Terms of trade 2

5

116.4

116.5

115.5

115.0

115.2

115.9

116.6

117.6

117.1

115.4

117.4

118.7

119.5

120.2

120.6

119.9

121.4

See footnote(s) at end of table.




117.:

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8

27

Table 1.11.—Command-Basis Gross National Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1971

1970

1969

1968

1972

Une
I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

2,997.5

3,058.4

3,110.5

Gross national product

1

2,770.3

2,815.6

2,836.0

2,840.7

2,883.6

2,886.0

2,901.7

2,892.3

2,885.6

2,877.9

2,913.1

2,889.7

2,959.8

2,965.4

2,981.3

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of factor income'.

2

165.3

169.8

179.3

175.9

162.8

189.8

189.4

192.0

195.1

201.2

198.5

197.8

199.3

201.1

208.6

190.S)

209.5

207.6

3

201.5

207.4

216.4

213.5

199.7

232.2

232.5

236.5

239.6

248.4

240.3

239.9

240.8

242.7

250.5

230i

248.5

243.6

Equals: Command-basis gross national product

4

2,806.5

2,8532

2,8732

2,878.3

2,920.5

2,928.5

2,944.9

2,936.8

2,9302

2,925.1

2,954.9

2,931.8

3,001.3

3,007.1

3,023.2

3,097.4

3,146.5

Addendum:
Terms of trade 2

5

121.9

122.1

120.7

121.4

122.7

122.4

122.8

123.2

122.9

123.5

121.1

121.3

120.8

120.7

120.1

118.6

117.4

1972

1974

1973

3,037.1
120.8

1975

1976

Une
III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

1

3,148.4

3,197.8

3279.4

3295.6

3,297.2

3,322.1

3,298.4

3,304.4

3,2722

3,254.6

3,177.4

3213.9

3275.5

3,323.6

3,386.8

3,400.5

3,412.7

3,448.9

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of factor income *.

2

217.1

229.7

251.8

264.7

273.8

281.3

298.6

310.0

298.4

300.6

290.6

282.8

286.8

301.3

301.1

303.3

309.5

311.8

3

251.8

267.4

293.8

302.3

311.6

319.3

311.2

298.9

286.1

289.9

287.0

276.1

286.7

303.3

303.0

304.S

306.6

310.7

Equals: Command-basis gross national product

4

3,1832

3,235.5

3,321.4

3,333.1

3,335.0

3,360.0

3,311.0

3,293.3

3,259.9

3,243.9

3,173.7

32072

3275.5

3,325.6

3,388.8

3,4022

3,409.8

3,447.8

Addendum:
Terms of trade 2

5

116.0

116.4

116.7

114.2

113.8

113.5

104.2

96.4

95.9

96.4

98.7

97.6

100.0

100.7

100.6

100.6

99.1

99.6

1978

1977

1979

1980

Line

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

3,503.9

3,561.8

3,610.8

3,599.3

3,629.1

3,737.9

3,769.8

3,819.3

3,8212

3,829.8

3,862.0

3,868.3

3,884.6

3,782.3

3,780.5

3,8462

Gross national product

1

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of factor income \

2

311.1

318.7

319.5

309.7

323.3

344.7

352.6

375.0

379.9

386.8

407.0

428.8

443.1

438.5

427.0

428.2

3

300.9

306.3

305.5

295.6

307.5

334.0

340.5

365.3

366.0

370.1

374.6

381.5

378.7

375.7

3722

379.4

Equals: Command-basis gross national product

4

3,493.7

3,549.4

3,596.8

3,5852

3,613.2

3,727.2

3,757.6

3,809.7

3,807.3

3,813.1

3,829.6

3,821.1

3,8202

3,719.4

3,725.8

3,797.4

Addendum:
Terms of trade 2

5

96.7

96.1

95.6

95.4

95.1

96.9

96.6

97.4

96.3

95.7

92.0

89.0

85.5

85.7

87.2

88.6

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

3,904.9

3,848.5

3,793.0

3,810.3

3,789.4

3,791.7

3,816.5

3,916.7

3,978.8

4,046.6

4,119.1

4,169.4

4,193.0

4,216.4

1982

1981

1984

1983

Line

Gross national product

1

3,901.6

3,882.8

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of factor income'.

2

444.4

451.5

447.7

443.6

424.1

431.5

412.5

390.1

388.4

390.2

401.1

407.9

414.1

425.1

432.3

428.9

3

390.0

399.8

409.8

409.7

397.3

418.1

394.6

375.0

388.9

386.6

397.4

413.7

420.6

435.2

448.6

445.8

Equals: Command-basis gross national product

4

3,847.1

3,831.0

3,867.0

3,814.6

3,7662

3,796.9

3,771.4

3,776.6

3,817.0

3,9132

3,975.0

4,052.4

4,125.6

4,179.5

4,209.2

4,233.3

Addendum:
Terms of trade 2

5

87.7

88.5

91.5

92.4

93.7

96.9

95.6

96.1

100.1

99.1

99.1

101.4

101.6

102.4

103.8

103.9

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

4,270.5

4,321.8

4,349.5

4,406.4

4,394.6

4,422.3

4,430.8

4,463.9

4,517.8

4,563.6

4,633.0

4,667.1

4,710.3

4,738.7

4,789.0

1986

1985

1987

1988

Line

Gross national product

1

4,238.1

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of factor income'.

2

416.1

414.3

4052

414.8

426.1

423.6

427.7

437.7

439.9

458.9

478.5

499.0

527.9

536.5

546.7

570.5

3

443.3

437.8

426.2

427.2

435.0

441.4

443.1

452.8

445.7

459.5

475.3

494.9

523.1

534.0

554.5

573.0

Equals: Command-basis gross national product

4

4,265.3

4,293.9

4,342.8

4,361.9

4,415.3

4,412.4

4,437.7

4,445.8

4,469.8

4,518.4

4,560.5

4,628.9

4,662.4

4,707.8

4,746.4

4,791.5

Addendum:
Terms of trade 2

5

106.5

105.7

105.2

103.0

102.1

104.2

103.6

103.4

101.3

100.1

99.3

99.2

99.1

99.5

101.4

100.4

1. Exports of goods and services and receipts of factor income deflated by the implicit price deflator for imports
of goods and services and payments of factor income.
2. Ratio of the implicit price deflator for exports of goods and services and receipts of factor income to the




corresponding implicit price deflator for imports with the decimal point shifted two places to the right.
NOTE.—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.

28

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.12.—Net Domestic Product and Domestic Income by Sector
[Billions of dollars]
Line
Net domestic product

1959

1960

1961

1963

449.6

Business

467.0

484.1

522.3

551.8

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

594.1

645.3

707.6

746.9

815.4

878.0

921.9

1971

1972

1973

999.6

1,097.0

1,229.2

392.3

405.1

418.1

451.2

475.8

511.9

556.7

607.9

636.1

691.5

741.0

769.9

833.6

915.4

1,031.1

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

379.1
353.0
26.1
15.0
-1.8

392.3
363.7
28.5
15.9
-3.1

404.1
373.2
30.9
16.2
-2.2

436.0
402.3
33.7
16.2
-1.0

461.4
425.4
36.1
16.4

497.4
459.2
38.2
15.2

539.9
499.0
40.9
17.6

617.9
571.5
46.4
17.4

-0.7

-0.7

674.1
625.1
49.0
17.5
-0.1

724.0
672.1
51.9
19.5
-2.6

749.8
694.2
55.6
20.1
0

808.8
748.5
60.3
21.7

-2.0

586.8
543.5
43.4
18.3
2.8

888.9
825.2
63.7
25.5
1.1

989.7
920.6
69.1
41.9
-0.5

Households and institutions

12.4

13.9

145

15.6

16.7

17.9

19.3

21.3

23.4

26.1

295

32.4

General government

44.9

48.1

51.6

55.5

59.3

64.4

69.3

78.4

87.4

97.8

107.5

119.5

407.3

422.5

436.8

470.3

6385

674.4

734.8

792.4

827.1

350.0

360.6

370.8

399.2

538.8

563.6

610.9

655.4

675.1

335.5
316.1
19.5

345.3
324.0
21.2

354.6
331.8
22.8
162

5192
488.1
31.1

545.2
512.6
32.6

592.2
558.7
33.5

634.4
599.7
34.7
21.0

653.7
617.6
36.1
21.4

145
51.6

Domestic income
Business
Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm

14.5

General government

15.3

12.4

Households and institutions

13.9

44.9
Line

48.1

1974

1975

496.9

534.1

581.5

451.8

492.9

382.8
357.8
24.9
16.4

420.9
404.5
378.1
26.4
16.5

15.6

16.7

15.6

18.3

59.3

17.9

19.3

55.5

436.2
408.5
27.7

64.4
1976

1977

1978

1979

474.6
445.2
29.4

69.3
1980

19.6

18.4

18.8

21.3

23.4

26.1

78.4

87.4

1981

1982

97.8
1983

3.1
35.6
130.4
891.8
725.8
703.4
664.3
39.1
22.4

39.0

43.0

142.6

155.1

984.2

1,106.8

802.5

908.7

775.7
734.1
41.6
26.9

866.6
821.6
45.0
42.1

295

32.4

35.6

39.0

43.0

1075

119.5

130.4

142.6

155.1

1984

1985

1986

1987

1,318.4

Households and institutions

1,585.6

1,768.9

1,997.9

2,2162

2,3962

2,6682

2,7505

2,986.6

3,344.0

3584.2

3,790.1

4,037.8

4,366.4

1,180.9

1,324.6

1,485.9

1,686.3

1,875.4

2,017.0

2,249.4

2293.0

2,496.4

2,817.9

3,019.0

3,187.1

3,388.6

3,667.0

1,062.7
988.8
73.9
38.3
1.4

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

1,420.7

1,102.4

Net domestic product
Business

1,136.9
1,058.3
78.6
38.1
6.0

1,279.5
1,193.7
85.7
34.7
10.4

1,440.9
1,346.2
94.7
34.1
10.9

1,638.8
1,534.7
104.1
39.9
7.6

1,814.1
115.5
47.6
13.8

1,966.7
1,830.4
136.3
36.7
13.6

2,190.0
2,031.7
158.3
48.4
10.9

2,258.1
2,081.8
176.3
42.4
-7.4

2,460.2
2270.5
189.8
26.0
10.2

2,781.6
2,572.1
209.5
45.3
-9.0

2,988.6
2,759.3
229.3
44.2
-13.9

3,145.5
2,898.3
247.2
40.4
1.2

3,369.4
3,104.1
265.3
44.0
-24.8

3,649.4
3,3632
286.2
46.0
-28.4

89.3

472

71.0

78.9

220.6

240.7

261.9

1272.1

1,4185

1,588.6

1,807.9

2,006.8

1,032.3

1,157.4

1,305.6

1,496.3

1,666.0

930.7
882.6
48.1
36.5

995.9
945.7
50.2
36.4

1,124.8
1,070.1
54.7

1,272.7
1,211.8
60.8

1,456.7
1,386.6
70.1

32.7

32.9

57.1

62.4

203.9

Farm

6Z4

203.9

9672

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing

57.1

187.7

1,183.1

Domestic income
Business

52.0

168.8

General government

220.6

472

General government

52.0

168.8

Households and institutions

187.7

1005

111.6

121.3

132.0

141.7

153.3

1705

187.6

318.4

345.8

368.9

394.1

423.6

449.6

478.7

511.7

2,164.1

2,399.4

2,492.3

2,691.4

3,034.0

3,253.5

3,428.9

3,687.7

3,994.7

1,785.0

1,9805

2,034.8

2201.2

2,507.9

2,688.3

2,825.9

3,0385

3295.4

1,620.4
1,538.8
81.6

1,750.3
1,649.9
100.3

1,933.8
1,815.3
118.5

1,993.3
1,860.8
132.5

2,170.9
2,0282
142.7

2,458.7
2,300.0
158.6

2,641.1
2,465.6
175.5

2,779.3
2,589.8
189.5

2,984.3
2,779.2
205.1

3,241.2
3,017.8
223.4

39.6

45.6

34.7

46.7

41.6

30.3

49.2

47.2

46.6

54.3

54.2

71.0

78.9

89.3

100.5

111.6

121J

132.0

141.7

153.3

1705

187.6

240.7

261.9

289.8

318.4

345.8

368.9

394.1

423.6

449.6

478.7

511.7

Table 1.13.—Net Domestic Product and Domestic Income by Sector in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line

1959

1960

1962

1965

1963

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1,759.9

1,845.2

1,944.5

2,026.1

2,144.2

2,265.6

2,401.3

2,460.0

2,561.5

2,626.3

2,615.9

2,686.8

2,822.1

2,972.2

1,435.8

1,472.2

1,5572

1,6292

1,734.0

1,840.3

1,947.7

1,982.8

2,067.6

2,119.5

2,110.4

2,178.3

2,309.8

2,453.3

1,390.2
1,305.6
84.6
29.6
-6.5

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing ....
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

1,797.1

1,413.3

Net domestic product

1,416.1
1,324.9
91.2
30.9
-112

1,448.6
1,351.3
97.2
31.4
-7.8

1,530.0
1,425.4
104.6
30.8
-3.6

1,604.7
1,494.1
110.5
31.4
-6.8

1,706.2
1,590.2
116.0
30.1
-2.4

1,813.0
1,689.8
123.2
29.9
-2.5

1.911.0
1,781.2
129.8
27.7
9.0

1,951.1
1,814.3
136.8
29.1
2.6

2,040.7
1,8982
142.5
27.1
-0.1

2,098.5
1,949.2
149.3
28.2
-7.2

2,080.0
1,926.6
153.4
30.4
0

2,139.2
1,979.3
159.9
30.8
8.3

2276.6
2,110.7
165.9
30.4
2.8

2,427.0
2,251.5
175.5
27.3
-1.0

80.1

965

100.4

104.7

108.3

111.8

1155

114.1

116.7

120.0

1232

3032

313.7

324.8

348.9

368.9

382.1

391.3

391.4

391.8

392.2

395.7

1,661.9

1,702.9

1,7902

1,8682

1,972.1

2,082.4

2,195.8

2,254.9

2,346.8

2,410.5

2,386.8

2,440.4

2,566.6

2,705.6

1,300.6

1,329.9

1,402.8

1,471.3

1,561.9

1,6572

1,7422

1,777.7

1,852.9

1,903.7

1,8812

1,931.9

2,054.4

2,186.7

1,266.1
1,196.3
69.8

1,294.8
1,220.3
74.5

1,368.1
1,287.7
80.4

1,435.7
1,350.7
85.0

1,527.4
1,438.2
89.3

1,622.9
1,527.9
94.9

1,709.9
1,609.8
100.1

1.743.9
1,638.2
105.7

1,821.3
1,711.3
110.0

1,870.0
1,754.6
115.4

1,844.9
1,726.5
118.5

1,895.6
1,772.1
123.5

2,017.8
1,890.1
127.7

2,152.5
2,017.0
135.5

33.8

34.5

35.0

34.8

35.6

34.4

34.3

32.3

33.9

31.6

33.8

36.3

36.3

36.6

34.3

80.1

General government

93.6

2962

1,244.7
1,180.2
64.5

Households and institutions

91.1

285.6

12785

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing ....
Housing
Farm

875

274.8

1,625.1

Domestic income
Business

865

2665

Households and institutions
General government

865

875

91.1

93.6

965

100.4

104.7

108.3

111.8

1155

114.1

116.7

120.0

1232

391.3

391.4

391.8

392.2

395.7

2665

274.8

285.6

2962

3032

313.7

324.8

348.9

368.9

382.1

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

2,937.8

2,898.9

3,046.2

3,184.9

3,339.0

3,412.3

3,375.6

3,425.3

3,330.8

3,4592

3,693.0

3,808.3

3,917.8

4,037.8

4,200.1

2,409.3

2,361.8

2,505.6

2,6395

2,779.6

2,8415

2,792.6

2,835.8

2737.8

2,860.8

3,086.2

3,186.6

3281.6

3,388.6

3,532.1

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing ....
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

2,377.6
2,191.7
185.9
28.8
3.0

2,319.4
2,1322
187.2
30.5
11.9

2,456.9
2265.4
191.5
292
19.5

2,590.4
2,394.2
1962
29.7
19.4

2,744.4
2,538.2
206.2
23.1
12.2

2,796.5
2,580.6
215.9
24.5
20.6

2,749.3
2,516.0
233.3
24.3
19.0

2,788.0
2,545.2
242.8
34.1
13.6

2,712.7
2,465.8
246.9
33.7

2,821.5
2,575.5
245.9
27.9
11.5

3,066.0
2,811.5
254.5
30.0
-9.8

3,161.4
2,902.8
258.5
39.9
-14.7

3,239.2
2,979.5
259.7
41.1
1.3

3,369.4
3,104.1
265.3
44.0
-24.8

3,517.4
3,245.6
271.8
42.1
-27.4

nousenoias ana msinuiions

124.3

128.0

128.6

129.8

135.1

138.3

142.6

145.6

General government

404.1

409.1

412.0

415.6

4242

432.5

440.3

4433

2,670.9

2,619.5

2,744.5

2,8705

3,020.1

3,078.6

3,046.9

3,097.0

2,142.4

2,0825

22033

2,325.1

2,460.7

2,507.8

2,463.9

2,5075

2,4313

2,107.1
1,963.3
143.8

2,045.7
1,901.1
144.6

2,167.6
2,019.9
147.8

2288.9
2,137.7
151.3

2,429.7
2,270.7
159.0

2,474.9
2,308.3
166.6

2.430.5
2249.8
180.7

2,465.8
2277.4
188.4

2,390.3
2,198.8
191.5

Line
Net domestic product
Business

Domestic income
Business
Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing ....
Housing
Farm
Households and institutions


General government


-8.7
4442

151.0

154.9

1593

166.3

170.5

180.6

447.4

451.9

461.8

469.9

478.7

487.4

3,122.8

1483

3,359.9

3,467.6

3,5493

3,687.7

3,8393

2,524.4

2,753.1

2,8453

2,913.6

3,0385

3,171.8

2,487.9
2297.6
190.3

2,715.3
2,518.1
1972

2,7982
2,598.2
200.0

2,863.7
2,662.9
200.8

2,984.3
2,779.2
205.1

3,120.2
2,9102
210.0

35.3

36.8

362

36.1

31.0

32.9

33.4

41.7

41.5

36.5

37.7

47.8

49.9

54.3

51.6

124.3

128.0

1285

129.8

135.1

138.3

142.6

145.6

1483

151.0

1543

1593

1705

180.6

404.1

409.1

412.0

415.6

4242

432.5

440.3

4433

4442

447.4

4513

461.8

1663
4693

478.7

487.4

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

29

Table 1.14.—National Income by Type of Income
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1960

1962

1961

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

643.7

679.9

443.0

475.5

1968

1969

1970

741.0

798.6

833.5

524.7

1971

1973
992.9

1,119.5

410.1

425.7

440.5

474.5

501.5

539.1

281.2

296.7

305.6

327.4

345.5

371.0

578.4

618.3

7262

812.8

259.8
46.0
213.8

272.8
49.2
223.7

280.5
52.4
228.0

299.3
56.3
243.0

314.8
60.0
254.8

337.7
64.9
272.9

363.7
69.9
293.8

400.3
78.3
321.9

428.9
86.4
342.5

471.9
96.6
375.3

518.3
105.5
412.7

551.5
117.1
434.3

584.5
126.7
457.8

638.7
137.8
500.9

708.6
148.7
560.0

21.4
10.9
10.6

23.8
12.6
11.2

25.1
13.3
11.8

28.1
15.1
13.0

30.7
16.7
14.0

33.2
17.5
15.7

36.1
18.3
17.8

42.7
22.8
19.9

46.6
24.9
21.7

52.8
27.6
25.2

60.1
31.6
28.5

66.8
34.3
32.5

74.9
38.2
36.7

87.6
44.5
43.0

1042
55.0
49.2

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.

51.7

51.9

54.3

56.4

57.7

60.5

65.0

69.4

705

75.1

78.9

79.9

86.2

97.4

116.5

Farm
Proprietors' income with Inventory valuation adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment

10.7
11.6

11.2
12.1

11.9
12.7

11.9
12.7

11.8
12.5

10.6
11.3

12.9
13.7

14.0
14.8

12.7
13.5

12.7
13.6

14.4
15.6

14.6
15.9

15.2
16.6

19.1
20.9

32.2
34.3

-0.9

-0.8

-0.8

-0.8

-0.7

-0.7

-0.7

-0.8

-0.8

-0.9

-1.1

-1.3

-1.4

-1.8

-2.0

Nonfarm
Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment

41.1
40.2
0
.9

40.6
39.8
0

42.4
41.8
0

44.5
43.9
0
.6

45.9
45.2
0
.7

49.8
49.2
-0.1
.7

52.1
51.9
-0.2
.4

55.3
55.4
-0.2
.2

58.2
58.3
-0.2
.1

62.4
63.0
-0.4
-02

64.5
65.0
-0.5
0

65.3
66.0
-0.5
-O.1

70.9
72.0
-0.6
-0.5

78.3
79.3
-0.7
-02

84.3
86.5
-2.0
-02

Rental income of persons with capital consumption
adjustment.

14.7

15.3

15.8

16.5

17.1

17.3

18.0

18.5

19.4

182

18.0

17.8

182

16.8

17.3

Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.

18.0
-3.4

18.7
-3.4

19.2
-3.3

19.8
-3.3

20.3
-3.2

20.5
-3.2

21.3
-3.3

22.1
-3.6

23.4
-3.9

22.8
-4.6

23.9
-5.9

24.2
-6.4

25.6
-7.4

26.1
-9.3

28.2
-10.9

52.3

50.7

51.6

59.6

65.1

72.1

82.9

86.0

92.6

77.5

90.3

1032

116.4

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment

53.1
53.4
23.6
29.7
12.7
17.0
-0.3

51.0
51.1
22.7
28.4
13.4
15.0
-0.2

51.3
51.0
22.8
28.2
14.0
14.3
.3

56.4
56.4
24.0
32.4
15.0
17.4
0

61.2
61.2
26.2
34.9
16.1
18.8
.1

67.5
68.0
28.0
40.0
18.0
22.0
-0.5

77.6
78.8
30.9
47.9
20.2
27.8
-1.2

80.3
81.8
32.7
492
22.1
27.1
-1.6

90.6
39.4
512
24.6
26.6
-3.7

71.8
78.4
34.4
44.0
23.7
20.3
-6.6

85.5
90.1
37.7
52.4
23.7
28.6
-4.6

97.9
104.5
41.9
62.6
25.8
36.9
-6.6

110.9
130.9
49.3
81.6
28.1
53.5
-20.0

Capital consumption adjustment

-0.8

-0.3

.3

3.2

3.9

4.6

5.3

5.6

5.7

5.6

6.4

5.6

4.8

5.3

5.5

10.2

11.2

13.1

14.6

16.1

18.2

21.1

24.3

28.1

30.4

33.6

40.0

45.4

49.3

56.5

28.6

28.0

28.8

35.6

38.9

44.1

52.0

54.9

53.3

53.2

49.9

43.1

52.6

61.3

67.1

40.8

40.5

41.5

48.2

51.7

56.5

64.3

69.4

70.1

71.5

71.7

70.9

85.5

98.8

107.9

22.8

26.1

31.8

34.0

312

28.6

24.7

19.4

28.8

35.5

39.0

.1
51.6

30.4
-0.5
57.0

32.5
-1.2
65.6

35.4
-2.1
71.5

38.8
-1.6
71.6

42.9
-3.7
75.1

46.9
-5.9
77.5

51.5
-6.6
77.5

56.7
-A.6
90.1

63.3
-6.6
105.4

-20.0
127.9

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

2,038.9

2,198.2

2,432.5

2,522.5

2,720.8

3,058.3

3,268.4

3,437.9

3,692.3

4,002.6

National income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Government
Other
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance
Other labor income

Net interest
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Net cash flow with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments.
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Consumption of fixed capital
Less: Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals: Net cash flow

15.9

Line

14.6

14.8

20.6

24.8
-0.3
41.0

25.9
-0.2
40.7

26.6
.3
412

27.6
0
48.2

1974

1975

1976

1977

1285.3

National income

1,435.5

1,609.1

1978

586.9

1979

83.0
85.1
33.7
51.4
20.9
30.5
-2.1

83.2
89.0
39.7
49.4
25.2
24.1
-5.9

899.5

891.3

948.7

1,058.3

1,177.3

1,333.0

1,496.4

1,644.4

1,815.5

1,916.0

2,029.4

22263

2,382.8

2,523.8

2,698.7

2,921.3

Wages and salaries
Government
Other
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance
Other labor income

7722
160.4
611.8

814.7
176.1
638.6

899.6
188.7
710.8

994.0
202.4
791.6

1,120.9
219.7
901.2

119.1
62.6
56.5

134.0
68.1
65.9

158.7
79.0
79.7

183.3
88.6
94.7

212.1
102.0
110.1

1255.3
237.2
1,018.1
241.1
116.8
124.3

1,376.6
261.4
1,115.2
267.8
127.9
139.8

1,515.6
285.8
1,229.9
299.8
146.8
153.0

1,593.3
307.5
1,285.8
322.7
157.3
165.4

1,6842
325.5
1,358.7
345.2
170.5
174.6

1,850.0
348.0
1,502.0
376.9
1922
184.7

1,986.3
373.7
1,612.6
396.5
204.7
191.8

2,105.4
395.7
1,709.8
418.4
217.7
200.7

2,261.2
421.8
1,839.4
437.4
227.1
210.4

2,443.0
449.0
1,994.0
478.3
247.8
230.5

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.

115.3

121.2

1323

146.4

167.7

181.8

171.8

180.8

170.7

186.7

236.0

259.9

283.7

310.2

324.3

Farm
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment

25.5
282

23.7
27.5

18.3
22.5

17.1
21.8

21.5
27.0

24.7
31.2

11.5
19.4

21.2
30.2

13.5
23.1

2.4
12.1

21.3
30.8

21.5
30.5

22.3
31.0

31.3
39.6

30.9
38.8

-2.8

-3.8

-4.2

-4.8

-5.5

-6.4

-7.9

-9.0

-9.7

-9.7

-9.0

-8.7

-8.3

-8.0

Nonfarm
Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment

89.8
942
-3.8
-0.6

97.5
1002
-12
-1.4

114.6
117.6
-1.3
-1.7

129.4
132.5
-1.3
-1.8

146.2
150.2
-2.1
-2.0

157.0
161.8
-2.9
-1.9

160.3
165.8
-3.0
-2.5

159.6
160.9
-1.4
.2

157.3
157.8
-0.6
0

184.3
176.1
-0.6
8.7

214.7
197.1
-0.5
18.1

238.4
212.4
-0.2
26.1

261.5
230.6
-0.1
30.9

279.0
252.4
-O.8
27.4

293.4
266.8
-1.5
28.1

15.8

13.5

12.1

9.0

8.9

8.4

132

20.8

21.9

22.1

23.3

18.7

8.7

32

4.3

29.3
-13.5

29.5
-15.9

29.9
-17.8

30.0
-21.0

34.4
-25.5

39.1
-30.8

49.0
-35.8

61.1
-40.2

64.4
-42.4

64.8
-42.8

66.5
-43.2

63.4
-44.6

53.4
^4.7

50.0
-46.8

53.4
-49.1

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.

104.5

121.9

147.1

175.7

199.7

202.5

177.7

182.0

1515

212.7

264.2

280.8

271.6

319.8

365.0

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends ...""".."ZZ.
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment

103.4
142.8
51.8
91.0
30.4
60.6
-39.5

129.4
140.4
50.9
89.5
30.1
59.4
-11.0

158.8
173.7
64.2
109.5
35.6
73.9
-14.9

186.7
203.3
73.0
130.3
40.7
89.5
-16.6

212.8
237.9
83.5
154.4
45.9
108.5
-25.0

219.8
261.4
88.0
173.4
52.4
121.0
-41.6

197.8
240.9
84.8
156.1
59.0
97.1
-43.0

2032
228.9
81.1
147.8
692
78.6
-25.7

166.4
176.3
63.1
1132
70.0
432
-9.9

202.2
210.7
772
133.5
812
52.3
-8.5

236.4
240.5
94.0
146.4
82.7
63.8
-4.1

225.3
225.0
96.5
128.5
92.4
36.1
2

227.6
217.8
106.5
111.3
109.8
1.6

273.4
287.9
127.1
160.8
106.2
54.6
-14.5

320.3
347.5
137.0
210.5
115.3
95.2
-27.3

12

-7.6

-11.7

-11.0

-13.1

-17.3

-20.2

-212

-14.9

10.4

27.8

55.5

71.8

80.0

85.1

100.7

120.5

1495

191.2

233.4

262.4

270.0

307.9

3262

Compensation of employees

Rental income of persons with capital consumption
adjustment.
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment

Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Net cash flow with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments.
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Consumption of fixed capital
Less: Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals: Net cash flow




9.7
44.1
3502

46.4

44.7

360.4

387.7

52.7

71.0

82.8

102.6

1162

114.5

92.9

100.9

135.4

1702

184.2

165.1

192.8

228.0

103.5

138.6

156.4

184.4

210.0

223.9

218.9

251.1

262.1

311.9

353.3

369.7

349.6

3942

440.3

22.3

40.9

47.2

61.9

70.3

62.1

33.9

31.7

18.4

542

87.5

91.9

55.4

86.5

112.6

81.1
-39.5
142.9

97.7
-11.0
149.6

109.2
-14.9
171.3

122.5
-16.6
201.0

139.7
-25.0
235.0

161.8
-41.6
265.5

185.1
-43.0
262.0

219.4
-25.7
276.8

243.7
-9.9
272.0

257.7
-8.5
320.4

265.9
-4.1
357.4

277.8
2
369.5

294.2
9.7
339.8

307.7
-14.5
408.7

327.6
-27.3
467.5

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8

30

Table 1.14.—National Income by Type of Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

1959

1960

1962

1963

Line

402.0

414.7

409.8

4142

426.1

425.8

426.4

424.6

425.8

4352

444.1

456.7

465.3

471.8

477.0

483.8

488.7

497.6

274.8

281.9

282.5

285.8

294.2

297.1

297.9

297.4

298.3

302.4

307.4

314.1

320.6

326.6

329.5

333.0

337.9

342.6

254.0
45.4
208.6

260.5
45.8
214.7

260.9
46.2
214.7

263.9
46.7
217.2

270.7
47.7
223.1

273.4
48.6
224.8

273.9
49.8
224.1

273.3
50.5
222.8

273.7
51.1
222.7

277.6
51.8
225.a

282.2
52.8
229.5

288.4
54.1
234.2

293.2
55.3
238.0

298.7
55.9
242.8

301.1
56.4
244.7

304.2
57.6
246.6

307.9
58.6
249.3

312.3
59.3
253.0

20.8
10.7
10.1

21.3
10.9
10.5

21.7
10.9
10.8

21.9
11.0
10.9

23.5
12.5
11.0

23.8
12.6
11.2

24.0
12.7
11.3

24.1
12.7
11.4

24.5
13.0
11.5

24.8
13.2
11.7

25.2
13.3
11.9

25.7
13.5
12.2

27.4
14.8
12.5

27.9
15.0
12.9

28.3
15.1
13.2

28.8
15.3
13.5

30.0
16.4
13.6

30.3
16.6
13.7

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.

51.6

51.9

51.5

51.8

51.0

51.9

52.0

52.5

53.4

53.6

54.5

55.8

55.9

56.1

56.6

57.0

Farm
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment

11.4
12.3

10.6
11.5

10.0
10.9

10.7
11.5

10.0
10.9

11.1
12.0

11.6
12.4

12.2
13.0

12.1
12.9

11.4
12.1

11.7
12.5

12.4
13.2

12.1
12.8

11.7
12.4

11.7
12.5

12.2
12.9

11.9
12.6

11.5
12.3

-0.9

-0.9

-0.9

-0.9

-0.9

-0.9

-0.8

-0.8

-0.8

-0.8

-0.8

-0.8

-0.8

-0.8

-0.8

-O.7

-0.7

-0.7

Nonfarm
Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment

40.2
39.5
-0.2
1.0

41.3
40.5
-0.1
.9

41.5
40.5
.2
.9

41.2
40.3
.1
.8

40.9
40.2
-0.1
.8

40.8
40.0
0
.8

40.4
39.5
.2
.7

40.3
39.6
0
.7

41.4
40.7
0
.7

42.2
41.5
.1

42.8
42.2
0
.6

43.4
43.0
-0.1
.5

43.9
43.2
.1

44.5
43.9
-0.1

44.9
44.A
-0.2

44.9
44.0
.1
.7

45.0
44.3
0
.7

45.4
44.8
0
.7

14.1

14.5

14.9

152

15.2

15.3

15.4

15.5

15.6

15.8

15.9

16.1

16.2

16.3

16.6

16.9

17.0

17.2

17.5
-3.4

17.9
-3.4

18.2
-3.4

18.5
-3.3

18.6
-3.4

18.7
-3.4

18.8
-3.4

18.8
-3.3

19.0
-3.4

19.1
-3.3

19.3
-3.3

19.4
-3.3

19.6
-3.3

19.6
-3.3

19.9
-3.3

20.1
-3.2

20.2
-3.2

20.3
-3.1

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.

51.3

56.2

50.7

50.9

54.9

50.8

49.8

46.3

50.6

52.8

56.6

59.0

58.3

59.4

61.6

61.7

65.0

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment

52.4
53.0
23.5
29.6
12.2
17.4
-0.6

56.8
57.8
25.7
32.2
12.6
19.6
-1.0

51.6
51.9
23.0
28.9
12.9
16.0
-0.3

51.6
50.8
22.5
28.3
13.1
15.2

55.3
56.1
25.1
31.1
13.3
17.8
-0.9

51.1
51.7
23.0
28.7
13.3
15.5
-0.6

50.0
49.4
21.9
27.5
13.6
13.9
.5

47.5
47.3
20.8
26.5
13.5
13.0
.3

46.3
46.4
20.6
25.8
13.6
12.2
-0.1

50.2
49.2
22.0
27.2
13.7
13.5
1.0

52.4
52.1
23.3
28.8
14.0
14.8
.3

562
56.4
25.3
31.1
14.6
16.6
-0.2

56.0
55.5
23.8
31.7
14.6
17.1
.4

55.2
55.3
23.6
31.7
15.1
16.7
-0.1

56.2
56.9
24.2
32.7
15.2
17.5
-0.8

58.3
57.8
24.3
33.5
15.3
18.2
.5

58.3
57.3
24.4
32.9
15.6
17.2
1.0

61.1
60.8
26.1
34.7
16.0
18.7
2

Capital consumption adjustment

-1.1

-0.6

-0.9

-0.7

-0.4

-0.3

-0.2

-0.1

.1

3.0

3.1

3.2

3.3

3.4

3.9

10.1

10.2

10.2

10.4

10.8

10.7

13.4

14.1

13.6

14.5

14.9

15.3

15.3

15.7

27.8

30.5

27.7

28.5

29.8

27.8

27.8

26.6

25.8

28.6

29.5

31.3

35.2

34.7

35.2

37.3

37.2

38.9

40.0

42.6

39.8

40.7

42.1

40.3

40.3

39.3

38.6

41.4

42.2

43.7

47.8

47.1

47.8

50.1

49.9

51.6

15.6

17.9

14.8

15.4

14.3

13.1

12.2

14.9

15.5

16.7

20.6

19.6

20.0

22.0

21.6

22.9

24.4
-0.6
40.6

24.7
-1.0
43.6

25.0
-0.3
40.1

25.3
.8

26.0
.5

26.2
.3
39.0

26.4
-0.1
38.6

26.5
1.0
40.4

26.7
.3
41.9

27.0
-0.2
43.9

27.2
.4
47.3

27.5
-0.1
47.2

27.8
-0.8
48.5

28.1
.5
49.5

28.4
1.0
49.0

28.7
.2
51.4

National income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Government
Other
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance
Other labor income

Rental income of persons with capital consumption
adjustment.
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment

Net interest
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Net cash flow with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments.
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Consumption of fixed capital
Less: Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals: Net cash flow




39.8

25.5
-0.9
43.0

25.8
-0.6
40.9

39.8

.4
12.9

11.8

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

31

Table 1.14.—National Income by Type of Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1964

1963
Line
III

IV

I

II

1965
III

IV

I

II

1967

1966
III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

1

504.9

514.7

526.1

534.4

544.5

551.4

568.1

579.6

590.7

609.1

628.7

637.2

648.5

660.3

664.8

670.7

684.7

699.3

2

347.7

353.9

360.3

367.7

375.0

381.0

387.6

394.4

402.6

414.6

426.9

438.1

449.2

457.6

463.9

469.4

479.0

489.8

Wages and salaries
Government
Other
.

3
4
5

3168
60.1
256 7

3222
61.9
260.3

328.2
63.1
265.1

334 8
64.1
270 7

341 4
65.6
275 8

346.7
66.7
279.9

352.8
67.4
285.4

358.8
68.5
290.3

366.2
70.4
295.7

377.1
73.1
304.0

385.7
74.9
310.8

395.9
76.8
319.0

406.1
79.7
326.3

413.4
81.9
331.5

418.8
83.4
335.4

423.5
84.9
338.6

431.9
87.0
344.9

441.5
90.3
351.2

Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance
Other labor income

6
7
8

30.9
16.8
140

31.7
17.2
145

32.1
17.2
150

32.9
17.4
155

33.6
17.7
160

34.3
17.8
165

34.9
17.8
170

35.6
18.0
176

36.5
18.3
181

37.5
18.9
187

41.2
22.1
192

42.2
22.5
197

43.1
23.1
201

44.2
23.5
20 7

45.1
24.1
21 0

45.8
24.6
21 2

47.0
25.2
21.8

48.3
25.8
225

9

57.7

59.1

59.2

59.8

60.8

62.3

62.9

64.4

65.4

67.5

70.3

68.3

68.9

69.9

69.7

69.7

72.0

722

10
11

11.6
12.3

12.1
12.9

10.7
11.4

100
10.7

102
10.9

11.7
12.4

11.9
12.6

12.7
13.4

13.2
14.0

13.9
14.7

15.6
16.4

13.4
14.2

13.4
14.2

13.6
14.4

12.5
13.3

12.0
12.8

12.9
13.8

13.3
14.1

Compensation of employees

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation ad-

12

-0.7

-0.7

-0.7

-0.7

-0.7

-0.7

-0.7

-0.7

-0.7

-0.7

-0.7

-0.8

-0.8

-0.8

-0.8

-0.8

-0.8

-0.9

13
14
15
16

46.1
45.5
-0.1

47.0
46.3
-0.1

48.5
47.8
0

49.8
49.0
0

50.5
50.0
-0.1

50.6
50.0
-0.1

51.0
50.5
-0.1
.5

51.6
51.3
-0.1

52.2
52.0
-0.2

53.6
53.6
-0.3
.3

54.7
54.6
-0.2
.3

54.9
55.0
-0.3
.2

55.5
55.7
-0.4
.2

56.2
56.1
0
.2

57.2
57.0
0

57.8
57.8
-0.2

59.0
59.2
-0.3

58.9
59.2
-0.4

17

17.0

17.2

17.4

17.3

17.3

17.3

17.6

18.0

18.1

18.3

18.5

18.3

18.5

18.6

19.1

19.7

19.7

19.3

18
19

20.3
-3.3

20.2
-3.1

20.4
-3.0

20.4
-31

20.5
-3.3

20.7
-3.3

21.0
-3.3

21.2
-3 2

21.4
-3.3

21.6
-3.3

21.8
-3.4

22.0
-3.7

22.2
-3.6

22.4
-3.8

23.0
-3.9

23.5
-3.9

23.6
-3.9

23.3
-4.0

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.

20

66.2

67.7

71.9

71.7

72.8

71.9

79.7

81.9

82.9

87.0

90.2

88.7

87.1

88.3

85.4

84.3

85.5

88.6

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment

21
22
23
24
25
26
27

62.2
62.4
26.9
35.6
162
19.4
-0.2

63.3
64.1
27.5
36.6
16.6
20.0
-0.8

67.3
67.5
27.8
39.7
17.2
22.5
-0.2

67.3
67.5
27.8
39.6
17.8
21.9
-0.1

68.2
69.1
28.4
40.6
18.2
22.4
-0.9

67.3
68.0
27.9
40.1
18.8
21.3
-0.7

74.8
75.2
29.4
45.8
19.1
26.7
-0.4

76.6
77.7
30.3
47.4
19.8
27 5
-1.1

77.3
78.8
30.9
48.0
20.5
27.4
-1.5

81.6
83.6
32.9
50.7
21.3
29.4
-1.9

84.6
85.7
34.0
51.8
21.4
30.3
-1.2

83.3
85.9
34.0
51.9
21.1
30.8
-2.7

81.6
85.2
33.6
51.5
20.8
30 7
-3.6

82.6
83.5
33.0
50.5
20.4
302
-1.0

80.0
80.3
32.2
48.1
21.5
26 6
-0A

78.7
80.0
31.9
48.1
22.2
25.9
-1.3

79.6
81.3
32.2
49.1
22.7
26 4
-1.7

82.7
85.5
34.2
51.4
21.9
295
-2.8

Capital consumption adjustment

Capital consumption adjustment
Nonfarm
Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Rental income of persons with capital consumption
adjustment.
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment

28

40

44

46

44

47

45

49

53

56

54

56

55

56

57

55

56

59

59

Net interest

29

16.4

16.9

17.4

17.9

18.6

18.9

20.2

21.0

21.6

21.7

22.8

23.8

24.7

25.9

26.7

27.6

28.5

29.4

Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation

30

39.4

40.2

44.1

43.9

44.4

43.9

50.3

51.5

52.1

54.1

56.2

54.7

53.5

55.3

53.2

52.3

53.3

54.5

Net cash flow with inventory valuation and capital

31

52.2

53.0

56.6

56.3

56.8

56.3

62.8

63.8

64.3

66.2

68.8

68.8

68.4

71.6

69.2

68.5

69.8

72.7

Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Consumption of fixed capital
Less* Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals" Net cash flow

32

23.2

23.6

26.9

26.1

26.2

25.2

31.2

31.7

31.5

32.8

34.7

33.7

32.6

34.9

31.7

30.1

30.6

32.6

33
34
35

29.0
-0.2
52.5

29.4
-0.8
53.7

29.7
-0.2
56.8

30.1
-0.1
56.4

30.6
-0.9
57.7

31.1
-0.7
56.9

31.6
-0.4
63.2

32.1
-1.1
64.9

32.8
-1.5
65.9

33.4
-1.9
68.2

34.1
-1.2
70.0

35.1
-2.7
71.5

35.8
-3.6
72.1

36.7
-1.0
72.6

37.5
-0.4
69.6

38.3
-1.3
69.8

39.2
-1.7
71.5

40.2
-2.8
75.5




NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

32

Table 1.14.—National Income by Type of Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1968

1971

1970

1969

1972

Line
715.5

733.9

749.6

764.9

778.1

791.7

816.5

819.7

829.5

841.6

843.1

874.4

891.3

906.4

925.9

955.5

971.0

504.5

518.0

531.9

544.5

556.6

570.4

587.4

599.1

609.5

615.0

623.4

625.2

6422

654.1

664.5

676.7

701.4

716.9

Wages and salaries
Government
Other
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance
Other labor income

454.1
92.7
361.5

465.9
95.1
370.7

478.3
98.7
379.6

489.3
100.0
389.4

499.0
1012
397.8

511.3
103.0
408.3

526.3
108.1
418.3

536.4
109.8
426.6

545.0
114.3
430.7

549.0
116.4
432.6

555.6
118.2
437.4

556.3
119.6
436.6

570.1
123.8
446.3

5802
125.5
454.6

588.6
127.9
460.7

598.9
129.5
469.4

617.8
134.0
483.8

630.4
135.6
494.8

50.4
26.8
23.6

52.1
27.3
24.8

53.6
27.8
25.8

55.1
28.4
26.7

57.6
30.4
27.3

59.1
31.1
27.9

61.0
322
28.8

62.7
32.9
29.8

64.5
33.6
30.9

66.0
34.1
31.9

67.8
34.7
33.1

34.8
342

722
37.3
34.8

73.9
37.9
36.0

75.9
38.6
37.3

77.7
39.1
38.7

83.6
43.3
40.3

86.5
44.1
42.4

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.

73.0

74.1

75.8

77.4

772

78.5

79.4

80.7

79.6

78.0

80.0

81.9

82.6

84.3

86.5

91.3

90.2

92.9

12.6
13.4

12.0
12.9

12.5
13.5

13.6
14.7

12.8
13.9

13.7
14.8

14.5
15.6

16.8
18.0

15.5
16.8

13.5
14.8

142
15.5

15.0
16.3

14.7
16.0

142
15.5

14.6
16.0

17.5
18.9

15.0
16.6

16.6
18.5

-0.9

-0.9

-0.9

-1.0

-1.1

-1.1

-1.2

-12

-1.3

-1.3

-1.3

-1.3

-1.4

-1.4

-1.4

-1.4

-1.6

-1.9

60.4
60.9
-0.4
-0.1

62.1
62.6
-0.4
-02

63.3
63.9
-0.4
-0.2

63.8
64.5
-0.5
-02

64.4
65.3
-0.7
-0.2

64.8
65.2
-0.4
-0.1

64.9
65.1
-0.2
0

63.9
64.4
-0.6
0

64.0
64.5
-0.5
0

64.6
65.0
-0.3
-0.1

65.8
66.5
-0.6
-02

66.9
68.0
-0.7
-0.3

67.9
69.0
-0.5
-0.5

70.1
71.3
-0.7
-0.6

71.9
72.9
-0.5
-0.5

73.8
74.6
-O.5
-0.4

75.3
76.1
-0.6
-0.3

76.3
77.1
-0.6
-0.3

18.5

18.3

182

17.9

175

18.3

18.1

17.8

17.6

17.7

17.4

18.3

18.0

18.5

18.4

18.0

18.6

142

22.9
-4.4

22.8
-4.4

22.7
-4.5

228
-4.9

23.5
-5.6

24.1
-5.7

24.1
-6.0

24.0
-62

23.8
-62

24.3
-6.7

23.7
-6.3

24.8
-6.5

25.0
-7.0

25.8
-7.2

25.9
-7.5

25.9
-8.0

26.9
-8.3

24.3
-10.1

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and cap*

89.5

93.1

93.2

94.5

942

91.4

84.0

76.3

79.8

79.4

74.5

87.3

89.2

91.1

93.7

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment

83.8
88.5
38.5
49.9
23.6
26.4
-4.7

87.3
90.3
39.2
51.0
24.4
26.6
-2.9

87.6
90.6
39.4
51.2
25.1
26.1
-3.0

93.0
40.3
52.7
25.4
27.3
-4.1

88.0
93.0
41.3
51.7
25.2
26.5
-4.9

85.0
90.2
40.2
50.0
25.3
24.7
-52

77.4
85.8
38.4
47.4
25.2
22.2
-8.4

70.1
78.9
34.2
44.7
24.5
20.2
-8.8

74.1
78.7
34.3
44.4
23.9
20.5
-4.6

73.9
802
352
44.9
23.3
21.6
-62

69.3
75.9
33.7
42.1
23.1
19.1
-6.6

82.5
86.1
37.4
48.8
23.8
25.0
-3.6

842
88.9
38.2
50.7
23.7
27.1
-4.7

86.1
91.7
37.5
542
23.8
30.4
-5.6

37.9
55.7
23.7
32.1
-4.5

National income
Compensation of employees

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment
Nonfarm
Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Rental income of persons with capital consumption
adjustment.
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment

Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Net cash flow with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments.
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Consumption of fixed capital
Less: Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals: Net cash flow




82.3
872
38.8
48.4
25.2
23.2
-4.9

99.1
93.6
99.4
40.0
59.4
25.0
34.3
-5.8

94.5
100.4
40.2
60.1
25.5
34.7
-5.8

5.7

5.7

5.5

5.6

62

6.4

6.6

6.5

62

5.7

5.4

52

4.8

4.9

4.9

4.6

5.2

4.6

29.9

30.5

30.5

30.7

322

33.1

342

35.0

36.7

39.0

41.4

43.1

44.3

45.3

46.0

462

46.5

47.9

51.0

53.8

53.8

542

52.9

512

50.1

45.5

42.1

45.5

44.1

40.8

49.9

51.0

53.5

55.8

58.7

58.9

68.7

71.8

72.1

73.3

73.3

72.3

72.3

68.8

67.3

72.6

72.9

71.0

80.9

83.3

87.0

90.9

94.0

98.0

27.4

29.4

28.7

28.8

27.8

25.9

24.9

20.4

17.6

21.6

20.8

17.7

26.1

27.3

29.7

32.2

33.7

33.4

41.3
-4.7
73.4

42.4
-2.9
74.7

43.4
-3.0
75.0

44.5
-4.1
77.3

45.5
-4.9
782

46.4
-52
77.5

47.4
-4.9
772

48.5
-8.4
772

49.6
-6.8
76.1

51.0
-4.6
772

52.1
-62
79.1

53.3
-6.6
77.6

54.7
-3.6
84.5

56.0
-4.7

57.3
-5.6
92.6

58.7
-4.5
95.3

60.3
-5.8

64.6
-5.8
103.8

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

33

Table 1.14.—National Income by Type of Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1972

1975

1974

1973

1976

Une
1,399-9 1,419.4

1,445.4

1,4772

7312

755.4

783.5

802.4

821.4

844.0

861.7

882.1

904.4

917.0

919.4

931.0

957.3

987.1 1,021.9 1,045.5

1,069.6

1,0962

Wages and salaries
Government
Other
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions tor social insurance
Other labor income

642.3
138.3
504.0

664.2
1432
521.0

683.2
144.9
538.3

700.0
147.1
552.9

716.1
149.5
566.6

735.3
153.3
582.0

748.1
155.5
592.5

765.2
158.0
607.1

783.0
161.2
621.8

792.4
166.8
625.6

791.8
170.4
621.4

8002
174.3
625.9

8212
177.7
643.5

845.6
182.0
663.6

871.1
184.6
686.4

8892
187.1
702.1

908.3
189.3
719.0

929.8
193.9
735.8

88.9
44.9
44.0

91.3
45.9
45.4

100.3
53.2
47.1

102.4
54.1
48.3

105.3
55.6
49.8

108.7
57.2
51.5

113.6
60.4
53.2

117.0
61.8
55.2

121.4
63.8
57.6

124.6
64.5
60.2

127.7
65.8
61.9

130.8
66.7
64.1

136.1
68.9
672

141.5
70.9
70.6

150.9
76.6
74.3

156.3
78.3
78.0

161.3
79.7
81.6

166.5
81.4
85.0

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.

99.5

107.1

108.8

116.1

129.9

118.5

108.3

1202

113.7

1152

125.1

130.9

131.4

1312

132.4

136.7

Farm
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment

19.9
21.8

24.9
26.8

23.4
25.3

28.4
30.6

32.0
34.0

45.1
47.2

32.2
34.5

19.5
22.0

22.3
252

28.0
31.3

20.3
23.9

20.2
24.0

26.1
29.9

282
32.1

21.3
25.3

17.5
21.6

17.1
21.4

17.3
21.7

-1.9

-1.9

-1.9

-2.1

-2.0

-2.1

-2.3

-2.5

-2.9

-3.3

-3.6

-3.8

-3.8

-3.9

-4.0

-4.1

-42

Nonfarm
Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment

79.6
80.5
-0.8
-0.1

82.2
83.3
-1.0
-0.1

85.3
87.5
-2.0
-0.1

82.9
85.8
-2.4
-0.4

84.1
85.9
-1.6
-0.2

87.0
-2.0
-0.1

86.3
89.6
-3.1
-0.2

92.8
-3.5
-0.4

91.9
97.7
-5.1
-0.7

92.2
96.7
-3.3
-1.1

93.4
96.1
-1.3
-1.4

95.0
97.5
-1.0
-1.5

99.0
101.8
-1.3
-1.4

102.7
105.5
-1.2
-1.5

110.1
112.7
-1.0
-1.6

113.7
116.7
-1.3
-1.7

115.3
118.2
-1.2
-1.7

16.9

17.4

16.5

16.5

17.2

18.9

18.6

16.3

15.9

12.6

132

13.9

13.6

13.5

13.6

12.4

26.1
-9.1

27.1
-9.8

26.4
-9.9

27.4
-10.9

28.4
-11.2

30.6
-11.7

30.7
-12.1

29.6
-13.3

29.8
-13.9

272
-14.7

28.7
-15.5

29.7
-15.8

29.6
-16.0

30.0
-16.5

30.4
-16.9

30.1
-17.7

29.4
-17.9

29.6
-18.6

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.

103.8

110.9

117.9

114.4

115.3

118.2

109.5

107.0

102.9

98.7

1002

112.6

134.3

140.4

151.2

146.0

146.0

145.0

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment

98.5
104.3
41.5
62.8
26.1
36.7
-5.8

105.0
114.0
45.7
68.3
26.5
41.8
-9.0

112.2
128.3
49.2
79.1
27.0
52.1
-16.1

109.1
130.8
49.6
812
27.8
53.4
-21.7

110.3
129.3
47.9
81.3
28.3
53.0
-19.0

112.0
135.4
50.4
85.0
29.4
55.6
-23.4

104.9
137.8
48.8
89.0
29.8
59.2
-33.0

104.3
142.6
51.4
91.2
30.4
60.8
-38.3

102.4
153.9
56.8
97.1
30.9
66.2
-51.5

101.9
136.9
50.1
86.8
30.5
56.3
-35.0

105.7
118.4
42.6
75.8
30.0
45.8
-12.7

119.6
126.9
45.9
81.0
29.7
51.2
-7.3

142.5
154.7
56.9
97.8
30.1
67.7
-12.2

149.9
161.6
58.2
103.4
30.6
72.8
-11.7

1622
173.7
65.4
108.4
32.6
75.8
-11.6

1582
173.8
64.5
109.2
35.0
74.3
-15.5

158.2
174.1
64.1
110.0
36.6
73.4
-15.9

156.6
173.2
62.9
110.3
38.3
72.0
-16.6

-3.2

-5.6

-7.0

-8.2

-9.6

-10.9

-122

-12.1

-11.6

77.1

78.1

792

81.1

81.6

81.8

84.4

85.9

88.3

National income
Compensation of employees

Rental income of persons with capital consumption
adjustment.
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment

Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Net cash flow with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments.
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Consumption of fixed capital
Less: Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals: Net cash flow




1,001.6 1,043.3 1,080.8 1,098.6 1,127.0 1,171.7 1,174.3 1,184.4 1211.0 1225.5 1224.6 1,251.9 1,311.3 1,353.4

5.3

5.9

5.7

5.2

5.0

6.1

4.6

2.7

50.1

52.5

54.1

54.0

57.0

60.8

66.0

70.6

73.7

119.4
122.6
-1.5
-1.7
11.0

62.3

65.3

68.7

64.7

67.3

67.7

60.7

55.6

46.1

48.6

57.6

66.7

77.4

82.2

85.9

81.5

81.9

82.1

99.7

103.6

107.8

105.5

108.6

109.8

105.2

103.7

98.5

106.4

120.6

133.6

146.6

153.7

158.0

154.4

155.9

157.3

36.2

38.7

41.7

37.0

39.0

38.3

30.8

25.2

152

18.1

27.6

37.0

47.3

51.6

53.3

46.5

45.4

43.8

63.5
-5.8
105.5

64.9
-9.0
112.5

66.1
-16.1
123.8

68.6
-21.7
127.2

-19.0
127.6

71.4
-23.4
133.1

74.4
-33.0
138.2

78.5
-38.3
142.0

83.3
-51.5
150.0

88.3
-35.0

93.0
-12.7
1332

96.6
-7.3
140.9

99.3
-12.2
158.8

102.1
-11.7
165.4

104.7
-11.6

107.9
-15.5
170.0

110.5
-15.9
171.8

113.5
-1-6.6
173.9

34

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.14.—National Income by Type of Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1977

1978

1979

Line
H
I

IV

IV

I

I

III

1,525.7

1,586.2

1,647.4

1,677.0

1,715.4

1,813.4

1,8632

1,927.1

1,969.6

2,0102

2,063.6

2,112.4

2,163.4

2,136.8

2,189.7

2,3023

1,124.5

1,161.0

1,193.3

1,230.4

1,265.8

1,316.1

1,352.8

1,397.5

1,441.5

1,474.2

1,514.2

1,555.7

1,596.5

1,617.8

1,649.6

1,713.6

949.9
196.6
753.3

980.8
199.5
781.2

1,007.3
203.5
803.6

1,038.0
210.1
827.9

1,063.1
213.8
849.3

1,106.7
217.1
889.7

1,137.9
221.1
916.8

1,176.1
226.9
949.2

1,209.5
230.7
978.8

174.6
85.4
89.2

180.2
87.6
92.6

186.0
89.4
96.6

192.4
91.9
100.5

202.7
98.2
104.5

209.4
100.8
108.6

214.9
102.8
112.1

221.4
106.1
115.3

232.0
113.1
118.9

1,236.6
233.9
1,002.7
237.6
115.4
122.3

1,270.2
2382
1,032.0
243.9
117.9
126.0

1,304.8
245.8
1,059.0
250.9
121.0
129.9

1,337.7
251.3
1,086.4
258.8
124.5
134.3

1,353.9
257.6
1,096.2
264.0
126.1
137.9

1,379.9
262.9
1,117.0
269.7
128.3
141.5

1,434.9
273.8
1,161.1
278.7
133.0
145.7

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.

141.1

142.7

150.5

151.4

155.2

169.8

171.3

174.3

178.2

180.3

185.8

182.8

175.7

158.4

169.7

183.4

Farm
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment

17.4
21.9

15.3
20.1

18.9
23.7

16.6
21.7

17.3
22.4

23.7
29.1

23.4
28.9

21.7
27.5

27.0
33.0

24.3
30.6

24.9
31.4

22.8
29.7

14.2
21.6

8.7

11.3
19.3

19.7
27.9

NdHOficU IflCOiii©

•

•>

•

Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Government
Other
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance
Other labor income

-4.5

-4.7

-4.8

-5.0

-5.1

-5.4

-5.6

-5.8

-6.0

-6.3

-6.6

-6.9

-7.4

-7.8

-8.0

-8.2

123.7
127.2
-1.8
-1.7

127.4
130.3
-1.1
-1.8

131.6
134.2
-1.0
-1.7

134.8
138.1
-1.3
-2.0

137.9
139.7
.1
-2.0

146.1
150.7
-2.4
-2.1

148.0
1532
-32
-2.0

152.6
1572
-2.8
-1.8

151.2
153.5
-0.8
-1.5

156.0
159.4
-1.7
-1.7

160.9
1662
-2.9
-2.4

160.0
168.3
-6.1
-2.2

161.5
171.5
-7.0
-2.9

157.5
161.5
-0.7
-3.3

158.4
162.1
-1.3
-2.5

163.7
168.1
-3.0
-1.4

10.4

9.0

93

6.7

8.2

7.7

10.0

9.8

8.1

6.7

73

10.7

13.6

9.1

12.6

17.4

29.9
-19.5

29.8
-20.8

30.9
-21.0

29.5
-22.8

31.3
-23.1

32.6
-24.9

36.3
-26.3

37.5
-27.7

36.7
-28.5

37.0
-302

39.9
-32.0

42.9
-32.3

47.4
-33.9

44.7
-35.6

49.3
-36.7

54.5
-37.1

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.

155.1

175.4

190.2

182.0

174.4

201.8

2062

216.4

204.8

204.7

203.0

197.6

196.6

163.5

167.5

183.0

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment

166.7
189.0
67.5
121.5
39.2
82.4
-22.3

186.7
202.8
73.1
129.7
40.0
89.7
-16.0

200.3
210.8
75.8
135.1
41.4
93.6
-10.6

193.0
210.6
75.8
134.8
42.4
92.4
-17.7

186.1
208.4
70.8
137.5
43.5
94.0
-22.3

214.6
239.5
85.5
154.0
44.5
109.5
-24.9

220.0
244.5
86.5
158.0
46.6
111.4
-24.6

230.6
259.1
91.2
167.8
48.9
118.9
-28.4

220.0
257.3
89.1
1682
50.5
117.7
-37.3

221.9
263.5
89.5
174.1
51.8
1222
-41.7

2212
266.4
88.4
178.1
52.7
125.3
-452

2162
258.4
85.0
173.4
54.5
118.9
-422

2162
270.6
96.2
174.3
57.6
116.8
-54.4

183.9
218.9
74.4
144.5
58.7
85.8
-35.0

1882
231.2
80.2
151.0
59.3
91.6
-43.0

203.1
242.8
88.2
154.6
60.5
94.1
-39.7

Capital consumption adjustment

-11.6

-11.3

-10.1

-11.0

-11.7

-12.8

-13.8

-14.3

-15.3

-17.2

-182

-18.6

-19.6

-20.4

-20.7

-20.1

94.7

98.0

103.5

106.5

111.8

118.1

1223

129.1

1363

144.3

152.8

165.6

1803

187.9

190.3

205.6

Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Rental income of persons with capital consumption
adjustment.
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment

Net interest
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Net cash flow with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments.
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Consumption of fixed capital
Less: Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals: Net cash flow




87.6

102.3

114.4

106.1

103.5

116.3

119.7

125.1

115.6

1152

114.6

112.7

100.4

89.1

87.3

94.8

165.3

183.5

196.9

191.9

193.2

208.7

214.9

223.0

217.6

222.7

226.8

228.7

217.5

211.4

217.3

229.5

28.0

34.3

^3.0
260.4

195.3
-39.7
2692

48.5

62.4

73.0

63.7

60.0

71.8

73.1

762

65.1

63.4

61.9

58.1

42.8

30.4

116.8
-22.3
187.6

121.1
-16.0
199.5

123.9
-10.6
207.4

128.2
-17.7
209.6

133.2
-22.3
215.5

136.9
-24.9
233.6

141.9
-24.6
239.5

146.8
-28.4
251.5

152.5
-37.3
254.9

159.3
-41.7
264.4

164.9
-452
272.0

170.5
-42.2
270.8

174.7
-54.4
271.9

181.0
-35.0
246.5

35

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.14.—National Income by Type of Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1981

1982

1984

1983

Une
2,378.7

2,400.3

2,475.7

2,475.3

2,474.3

2,524.1

2,540.2

2,5515

2,6055

2,691.4

2,751.8

2,834.3

2,972.9

3,037.4

3,088.3

3,134.4

1,766.0

1,797.3

1,835.0

1,863.6

1,887.8

1,908.1

1,927.6

1,940.4

1,966.4

2,003.9

2,046.1

2,101.2

2,160.9

2208.3

2250.3

2288.1

1,473.4
278.6
1,194.8
292.6
143.6
149.0

1,500.3
282.1
1,2182
297.0
145.8
151.1

1,532.8
286.8
1,246.0
302.2
147.8
154.4

1,556.0
295.7
1,260.4
307.6
150.0
157.6

1,572.1
300.0
1,272.1
315.7
154.7
161.0

1,586.9
304.9
1,282.1
321.2
156.9
164.2

1,602.3
309.4
1,292.9
325.3
158.2
167.1

1,611.8
315.7
1296.1
328.6
159.5
1692

1,629.0
319.6
1,309.4
337.4
166.6
170.8

1,661.6
323.1
1,338.5
342.3
169.2
1732

347.1
171.5
175.6

1,747.3
331.5
1,415.8
353.9
174.9
179.0

1,791.4
339.7
1,451.6
369.5
187.8
181.7

1,833.7
344.9
1,488.7
374.7
190.9
183.8

1,871.1
350.8
1,520.3
379.2
193.5
185.6

1,903.9
356.6
1,547.3
384.2
196.6
187.7

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption aajusimerns.

189.5

181.9

1802

1715

159.9

172.6

170.4

179.9

178.4

185.6

1825

200.1

2365

2315

236.3

239.6

Farm
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment

22.8
31.4

23.3
32.1

22.3
31.5

16.4
25.9

15.8
25.4

16.2
25.8

11.5
21.2

10.2
20.0

7.5
17.4

32
12.9

-7.5
2.3

6.3
15.8

31.4
40.8

15.2
24.8

16.7
26.2

21.9
312

National income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Government
Other
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance
Other labor income

Nonfarm
Proprietors'income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Rental income of persons with capital consumption
adjustment.
•
•
'
•
'
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment

327.8
1,371.1

-6.6

-8.9

-9.2

-9.5

-9.6

-9.6

-9.7

-9.8

-9.8

-9.7

-9.7

-9.5

-9.4

-9.6

-9.5

-9.3

166.8
168.0
-1.0
-0.3

158.7
160.5
-2.3
.4

157.9
158.6
-1.2
.5

155.1
156.4
-1.3
-0.1

144.1
147.9
-3.2
-0.5

156.4
157.4
-0.5
-0.5

158.9
158.0
.8
.1

168.0
.6
1.1

170.8
168.8
-2.5
4.5

182.4
174.9

190.0
1782
2.1
9.7

193.8
182.5
-1.6
12.9

205.1
190.6
-0.8
15.3

216.3
200.7
-1.4
17.0

219.6
200.5
.1
19.0

217.7
196.6
.1
21.0

21.3

20.1

20.1

21.9

21.2

20.0

22.4

24.1

23.5

19.3

22.2

22.8

22.3

24.0

24.3

-a3
7.7
23.3

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.

59.4
-39.3

61.2
-41.1

63.9
-42.0

63.9
-42.7

62.3
-42.4

64.9
-42.4

66.5
-42.3

66.3
-42.8

64.6
-41.3

63.8
-44.5

64.5
-42.4

64.8
-42.0

65.9
-43.6

67.6
-43.6

67.6
-43.4

176.4

59.8
-38.5

191.8

170.1

146.1

152.4

157.1

150.3

177.5

214.6

2295

229.1

264.1

270.8

2605

261.3

244.6
258.5
103.4
155.1
83.3
71.8

247.0
254.0
101.5
152.6
82.2
70.3
-7.0

230.4
229.3
87.5
141.8
81.7
60.1
1.1

223.6
220.1
83.8
136.3
83.4
52.9
3.5

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment

211.3
250.7
912
159.5
64.0
95.5
-39.4

197.5
223.3
79.7
143.7
68.4
75.3
-25.9

212.0
231.0
83.4
147.6
71.9
75.6
-18.9

192.0
210.6
70.3
140.3
72.4
67.8
-18.6

165.5
177.4
63.0
114.4
70.0
44.4
-12.0

169.5
178.9
64.9
114.0
68.4
45.6
-9.4

170.5
180.3
65.7
114.6
692
45.4
-9.8

160.0
168.6
58.7
109.9
72.5
37.5
-8.6

174.1
173.5
59.8
113.6
77.0
36.6
.6

203.5
211.9
78.9
133.0
80.5
52.6
-8.4

2152
233.7
88.0
145.7
83.1
62.6
-18.5

2162
223.8
82.2
141.6
84.2
57.4
-7.6

Capital consumption adjustment

-21.5

-21.0

-20.3

-21.9

-19.4

-17.1

-13.4

-9.6

3.4

11.1

14.3

12.9

212.0

224.6

248.6

248.2

259.3

271.0

262.6

256.8

259.7

263.9

2745

281.8

98.6

96.8

108.4

99.7

83.0

87.5

91.4

91.7

117.7

135.7

141.5

146.9

160.7

169.3

173.1

177.5

238.4

243.1

258.9

264.0

248.3

259.6

267.6

272.9

288.8

305.9

312.5

340.4

338.0

347.8

356.0

371.7

Net interest
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Net cash flow with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments.
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Consumption of fixed capital
Less: Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals: Net cash flow




-13.9
19.5
288.7

23.7

302

37.7

304.5

317.2

321.1

34.6

28.4

36.5

27.3

13.0

19.2

222

192

40.7

55.2

58.3

62.7

77.4

87.1

91.3

94.1

203.7
-39.4
277.8

214.7
-25.9
268.9

222.5
-18.9
277.8

236.7
-18.6
282.6

235.3
-12.0
260.3

240.5
-9.4
269.0

245.4
-9.8
277.4

253.7
-8.6
281.5

248.2
.6
2882

250.7
-8.4
314.4

2542
-18.5
331.0

277.7
-7.6
348.1

260.6
-13.9
351.9

260.7
-7.0
354.8

264.6
1.1
354.9

277.5
3.5
368.1

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8

36

Table 1.14.—National Income by Type of Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1985

1987

1986

1988

Line

3,198.0

3,243.9

3289.7

3,341.9

3,397.4

3,423.5

3,444.9

3,486.0

3,572.3

3,645.9

3,722.3

3,828.8

3,966.3

4,027.6

4,127.6

2,328.6

2,362.8

2,397.3

2,442.5

2,477.5

2,499.9

2,5352

2,582.5

2,627.3

2,665.5

2,716.6

2,785.1

2,834.6

2,895.4

2,9502

3,004.9

1,938.7
365.7
1,573.0
389.9
200.7
189.2

1,968.4
370.9
1,597.4
394.4
203.1
191.4

1,998.9
376.0
1,622.9
398.4
205.5
192.9

2,039.1
382.2
1,657.0
403.3
209.4
193.9

2,067.4
387.4
1,680.0
410.2
213.5
196.6

2,085.4
392.9
1,692.5
414.5
215.6
198.9

2,115.0
398.5
1,716.5
420.2
218.3
202.0

2,153.9
404.0
1,750.0
428.6
223.2
205.3

2,196.9
412.7
1,7842
430.4
223.2
207.2

2,232.3
418.3
1,814.0
433.2
225.1
208.1

2,278.9
424.9
1,854.0
437.7
228.1
209.7

2,336.7
431.4
1,905.3
448.4
231.9
216.5

2,371.5
439.7
1,931.8
463.1
241.7
221.4

2,422.9
445.7
1,977.2
472.5
245.9
226.6

2,467.0
452.1
2,014.9
483.2
249.6
233.6

2,510.6
458.5
2,052.1
494.3
254.0
240.3

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.

257.1

259.0

254.8

268.7

286.3

284.4

307.7

305.3

303.0

325.0

320.9

326.1

316.8

333.4

Farm
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment

28.0
37.1

25.9
34.9

14.4
23.4

17.8
26.7

20.6
29.3

23.6
32.1

34.1
42.6

27.9
36.3

20.7
26.9

42.4
50.6

35.4
43.6

34.1
42.1

23.1
30.9

30.9
38.8

National income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Government
Other
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance
Other labor income

12.8
21.6

32.1
40.9

-9.1

-9.0

-8.9

-8.9

-8.8

-8.8

-8.7

-8.6

-8.5

-8.4

-8.3

-8.2

-8.2

-8.0

-7.8

-7.9

229.1
205.2
.9
23.0

233.1
207.3
.6
25.2

240.3
214.0
-0.9
27.2

250.9
223.2
-1.4
29.1

258.9
232.7
-4.6
30.8

260.3
2282
.7
31.5

265.8
231.4
3.0
31.3

260.9
230.0
.7
30.1

273.6
247.9
-3.0
28.6

277.3
252.7
-2.8
27.5

282.3
254.7
.7
26.9

282.6
2542
1.7
26.7

285.5
257.7
.8
26.9

292.0
265.5
-1.3
27.8

293.8
269.0
-4.0
28.7

302.5
274.9
-1.4
29.0

22.1

21.6

17.3

14.0

12.2

10.7

7.0

4.7

2.2

1.3

2.4

6.8

6.2

4.1

4.2

2.8

65.6
-43.6

64.9
-43.3

63.0
-45.6

60.0
-46.0

56.4
-44.1

55.1
-44.4

51.9
-44.9

50.2
-45.5

-46.3

47.8
-46.5

49.4
-47.0

54.2
-47.4

54.9
-48.6

53.0
-48.9

532
^9.0

52.6
-49.7

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.

266.8

277.0

294.3

284.9

290.1

268.7

263.1

264.6

282.6

315.6

338.0

343.3

352.1

3642

365.3

378.3

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment

217.6
220.8
95.6
1252
872
38.0
-3.2

220.3
218.0
93.1
124.8
90.8
34.0
2.4

235.2
229.5
99.7
129.8
94.1
35.7
5.6

228.0
231.8
97.6
134.2
97.4
36.9
-3.8

239.2
211.5
102.4
109.2
105.1
4.1
27.7

224.0
208.6
102.6
106.0
110.7
-4.7
15.4

222.0
215.4
104.5
111.0
112.3
-1.3
6.6

225.0
235.7
116.6
119.2
111.0
82
-10.7

240.9
251.0
110.8
1402
108.0
32.1
-10.0

270.5
284.4
126.5
157.9
105.5
52.4
-13.9

288.8
304.9
135.8
169.1
105.1
64.0
-16.1

293.4
311.2
135.2
176.0
106.3
69.7
-17.8

303.3
322.1
126.6
195.5
109.6
86.0
-18.8

316.8
342.9
135.7
2072
113.3
93.9
-26.1

320.4
353.0
139.6
213.4
117.5
95.8
-32.6

340.5
372.2
146.2
226.0
121.0
105.0
-31.7

49.9

Nonfarm
Proprietors'income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Rental income oi persons with capital consumption
adjustment.
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment

Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Net cash flow with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments.
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments.
Consumption of fixed capital
Less: Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals: Net cash flow




49.2

56.7

59.2

56.9

50.9

44.7

41.1

39.6

41.6

45.1

49.2

323.5

323.4

326.1

331.9

345.8

351.9

353.3

349.7

352.5

3582

362.3

48.8

47.4

44.8

37.9

374.9

376.5

391.1

408.1

171.2

183.9

194.6

1872

187.7

166.1

158.6

148.1

171.7

189.1

202.1

208.1

225.6

228.5

225.6

2322

356.2

368.5

380.2

373.9

370.8

347.9

342.4

337.1

366.7

389.4

405.3

415.6

436.0

440.2

437.4

447.4

84.0

93.1

100.5

89.9

82.7

55.4

46.3

37.1

63.7

83.6

97.0

101.8

116.0

115.2

108.1

111.2

2722
-3.2
359.3

275.4
2.4
366.1

279.7
5.6
374.6

284.0
-3.8
377.7

288.1
27.7
343.1

292.5
15.4
332.5

296.1
6.6
335.9

300.0
-10.7
347.9

303.0
-10.0
376.7

305.8
-13.9
403.3

308.3
-16.1
421.4

313.8
-17.8
433.4

320.0
-18.8
454.8

325.0
-26.1
466.3

329.3
-32.6
470.0

336.3
-31.7
479.1

37

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8
Table 1.15.—National Income by Sector, Legal Form of Organization, and Type of Income
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1959

Corporate business
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Profits before tax
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Sole proprietorships and partnerships
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation
adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment
Nonfarm
Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Other private business
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment
Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Government enterprises
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Households and institutions
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
General government
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Rest of the world »
Compensation of employees
Corporate profits
Net interest
Addenda:
Domestic income (1-48)
Compensation of employees
(4+13+26+37+41+45).
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments (16+29).
Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment (32).
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments (7).
Net interest (11+24+35)
See footnote(s) at end of table.




1963

1961

425.7

National income
Domestic business

1960

440.5

1966

501.5

539.1

1968

1969

1971

1972

586.9

741.0

798.6

8335

8995

992.9

1,1195

370.8

350.0

643.7

399.2

420.9

451.8

492.9

538.8

563.6

610.9

655.4

675.1

725.8

802.5

908.7

679.9

230.0
180.5
165.6
14.9
49.6

238.4
190.9
174.5
16.5
47.6

244.7
195.8
178.7
17.1
48.3

267.6
211.2
191.8
19.4
55.8

284.7
222.9
201.9
21.0
61.1

308.1
239.5
216.8
22.7
67.6

340.3
260.1
235.2
25.0
78.2

376.2
288.7
259.2
29.5
84.1

395.5
308.6
277.1
31.6
81.2

434.5
341.6
305.4
36.2
86.9

469.6
379.1
338.0
41.1
83.0

482.2
401.0
356.0
45.0
70.4

520.3
426.3
376.2
50.1
82.5

578.9
474.0
414.8
59.3
93.6

649.8
535.6
464.6
71.1
101.5

50.7
-0.3
-0.8
-0.1

48.0
-0.2
-0.3
-0.1

47.7
.3
.3
.6

52.6
0
3.2
.6

57.1
.1
3.9
.7

63.5
-0.5
4.6
1.0

74.1
-1.2
5.3
2.0

80.6
-2.1
5.6
3.4

77.0
-1.6
5.7
5.7

84.9
-3.7
5.6
6.0

82.5
-5.9
6.4
7.4

71.3
-6.6
5.6
10.8

82.2
-4.6
4.8
11.6

95.0
-6.6
5.3
11.3

116.0
-20.0
5.5
12.6

89.7
37.1
34.9
2.2
51.4

89.7
37.0
34.6
2.3
51.5

91.8
36.5
34.1
2.4
54.0

94.9
37.2
34.7
2.6
56.0

97.2
38.1
35.3
2.8
57.2

102.5
40.1
37.3
2.8
60.1

108.6
41.3
38.4
2.9
64.6

116.0
43.9
40.5
3.3
68.9

118.6
44.5
41.1
3.4
70.5

125.1
46.4
42.7
3.7
74.6

131.5
48.1
442
3.9
78.5

134.7
49.2
45.1
4.1
79.5

142.7
49.7
45.3
4.4
85.7

157.1
51.7
46.8
4.9
96.9

185.3
58.1
52.4
5.7
115.9

10.7
11.6

11.2
12.1

11.9
12.7

11.9
12.7

11.8
12.5

10.6
11.3

12.9
13.7

14.0
14.8

12.7
13.5

12.7
13.6

14.4
15.6

14.6
15.9

152
16.6

19.1
20.9

322
34.3

-0.9
40.7
39.8
0
1.0
12

-0.8
40.3
39.4
0
.8
1.2

-0.8
42.1
41.4
0
.7
1.4

-0.8
44.1
43.4
0
.7
1.6

-0.7
45.4
44.7
0
.7
1.9

-0.7
49.4
48.7
-0.1
.7
2.4

-0.7
51.7
51.4
-0.2
.5
2.8

-0.8
54.9
54.8
-0.2
.3
3.3

-0.8
57.8
57.8
-0.2
.2
3.6

-0.9
62.0
62.5
-0.4
-0.1
4.0

-1.1
64.1
64.5
-0.5
.1
4.9

-1.3
64.9
65.5
-0.5
0
6.0

-1.4
70.5
71.4
-0.6
-0.4
7.3

-1.8
77.8
78.6
-0.7
0
8.5

-2.0
83.7
85.7
-2.0
0
11.3

25.3
1.4
1.3
.1
.3

26.9
1.5
1.4
.1
.3

28.6
1.7
1.5
.1
.4

30.6
1.8
1.7
.1
.4

32.4
1.9
1.8
.1
.4

34.1
2.0
1.9
.2
.4

36.3
2.1
2.0
.2
.4

38.3
2.3
2.1
.2
.4

40.5
2.6
2.4
.2
.4

41.3
2.8
2.5
.2
.4

43.3
3.0
2.8
2
.4

45.3
3.2
2.9
.3
.4

3.5
3.1
.3
.4

51.4
3.8
3.4
.4
.5

56.8
4.1
3.7
.4

-0.1
14.7

-0.1
15.3

-0.1
15.8

-0.1
16.5

-0.1
17.1

-0.1
17.3

-0.1
18.0

-0.1
18.5

-0.1
19.4

-0.1
182

-0.1
18.0

-0.1
17.8

-0.1
18.2

-0.2
16.8

-0.2
17.3

18.0
-3.4
8.9

18.7
-3.4
9.8

19.2
-3.3
10.7

19.8
-3.3
11.9

20.3
-32
12.9

20.5
-3.2
14.3

21.3
-3.3
15.7

22.1
-3.6
17.1

23.4
-3.9
18.1

22.8
-4.6
19.9

23.9
-5.9
21.8

242
-6.4
23.9

25.6
-7.4
26.7

26.1
-9.3
30.3

282
-10.9
34.8

5.0
5.0
4.7
.4

5.5
5.5
5.1
.4

5.7
5.7
5.3
.4

6.1
6.1
5.7
.5

6.6
6.6
6.1
.5

7.1
7.1
6.5
.6

7.7
7.7
7.1
.6

8.4
8.4
7.7
.7

9.0
9.0
8.2
.8

10.1
10.1
9.3
.8

11.1
11.1
10.2
1.0

12.9
12.9
11.7
12

13.9
13.9
125
1.4

15.1
15.1
13.5
1.6

16.8
16.8
14.9
1.9

12.4

13.9

145

15.6

16.7

173

19.3

21.3

23.4

26.1

295

32.4

35.6

39.0

43.0

12.4
12.0
.4

13.9
13.3
.6

14.5
13.9
.6

15.6
14.9
.7

16.7
15.8
.8

17.9
17.0
.9

19.3
18.3
1.0

21.3
20.1
1.2

23.4
22.0
1.4

26.1
24.6
1.5

29.5
27.7
1.8

32.4
30.3
2.1

35.6
33.1
2.5

39.0
35.9
3.1

43.0
39.3
3.8

44.9

48.1

51.6

555

59.3

64.4

69.3

78.4

87.4

97.8

1075

1195

130.4

142.6

155.1

44.9
41.4
3.5

48.1
44.1
4.0

51.6
47.2
4.4

55.5
50.7
4.8

59.3
53.9
5.4

64.4
58.3
6.1

69.3
62.8
6.5

78.4
70.6
7.8

87.4
782
9.2

97.8
87.3
10.5

107.5
95.4
122

119.5
105.4
14.1

130.4
114.2
16.2

142.6
1242
18.4

155.1
133.8
21.3

.4

.5

.7

2.9

3.2

3.6

4.2

4.6

5.0

5.4

5.2

5.5

6.2

62

6.4

7.7

8.7

12.7

-0.1
2.7
2

-0.2
3.1
.2

-0.1
3.3
.4

-0.1
3.8
.5

-0.1
4.1
.5

-0.1
4.5

0
4.7
.7

0
4.5
.6

0
4.8
.7

0
5.6
.5

0
6.6
-0.5

0
7.1
-0.7

0
7.9
-0.2

0
9.5
-0.8

0
14.9
-22

407.3
281.3

422.5
296.8

436.8
305.7

470.3
327.5

496.9
345.6

534.1
371.0

581.5
399.8

638.5
442.9

674.4
475.5

734.8
524.7

792.4
578.3

827.1
618.3

659.3

9842
7262

1,106.8
812.8

51.7

51.9

54.3

56.4

57.7

60.5

65.0

70.9

75.1

78.9

79.9

86.2

97.4

116.5

14.7

15.3

15.8

16.5

17.1

17.3

18.0

18.5

19.4

182

18.0

17.8

18.2

16.8

17.3

49.6

47.6

48.3

55.8

61.1

67.6

782

84.1

812

86.9

83.0

70.4

82.5

93.6

101.5

10.0

10.9

12.7

14.0

15.5

17.6

20.4

23.7

27.4

29.9

34.1

40.8

45.6

50.1

58.6

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8

38

Table 1.15.—National Income by Sector, Legal Form of Organization, and Type of Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
Line
National income
Domestic business
Corporate business
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Profits before tax
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Sole proprietorships and partnerships
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation
adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Nonfarm
Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Other private business
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment
Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment.
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Government enterprises
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Households and institutions
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
General government
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Rest of the world»
Compensation of employees
Corporate profits
Net interest
Addenda:
Domestic income (1-48)
Compensation of employees
(4+13+26+37+41+45).
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments (16+29).
Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment (32).
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments (7).
Net interest (11+24+35)

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1986

1987

1988

1,198.8

1285.3

1,435.5

1,609.1

1,829.8

2,038.9

2,198.2

2,432.5

2,522.5

2,720.8

3,058.3

3,268.4

3,437.9

3,692.3

4,002.6

9672

1,032.3

1,157.4

1,305.6

1,496.3

1,666.0

1,785.0

1,980.5

2,034.8

22012

2,507.9

2,688.3

2,825.9

3,038.5

3,295.4

589.5
508.9
80.6
87.1

744.6
617.0
528.4
88.5
1072

843.8
697.4
591.2
1062
130.6

963.2
787.1
662.7
124.4
156.7

1,105.4
901.5
756.3
145.1
177.1

1,228.1
1,021.7
856.4
165.3
168.3

1,318.8
1,119.4
937.1
182.3
142.7

1,461.6
1,238.8
1,035.4
203.4
152.8

1,496.0
1,293.5
1,077.1
216.5
123.7

1,623.1
1,365.7
1,136.8
228.8
182.3

1,832.7
1,511.2
1,259.8
251.4
233.0

1,957.9
1,615.3
1,353.8
261.6
250.0

2,050.7
1,710.5
1,435.7
274.8
238.7

2,208.7
1,816.1
1,532.0
284.2
280.3

2,399.1
1,965.2
1,655.3
309.9
315.9

125.4
-39.5
1.2
19.2

125.8
-11.0
-7.6
20.4

1572
-14.9
-11.7
15.9

184.4
-16.6
-11.0
19.4

215.3
-25.0
-13.1
26.8

227.2
-41.6
-17.3
38.1

205.9
-43.0
-202
56.7

199.7
-25.7
-21.2
70.0

148.5
-9.9
-14.9
78.7

180.4
-8.5
10.4
75.1

209.3
-4.1
27.8
88.5

194.2
2
55.5
92.6

184.9
9.7
44.1
101.5

248.4
-14.5
46.4
1122

298.5
-27.3
44.7
118.0

191.1
62.4
56.1
6.3
114.5

202.4
65.9
59.0
6.9
120.3

221.9
71.7
63.7
7.9
132.0

243.1
76.9
68.0
8.9
145.5

277.1
86.8
76.5
10.3
166.7

307.3
97.4
85.9
11.5
180.6

310.9
104.9
92.7
122
170.5

335.3
112.2
99.2
13.0
179.4

337.2
116.8
103.4
13.4
169.3

361.0
121.1
107.2
13.9
1852

434.0
132.1
116.9
152
234.1

470.6
139.1
123.5
15.6
258.2

504.5
142.9
127.0
15.9
2822

541.5
160.7
143.4
17.3
308.6

584.9
177.8
158.2
19.6
322.5

25.5
28.2

23.7
27.5

18.3
22.5

17.1
21.8

21.5
27.0

24.7
31.2

11.5
19.4

21.2
30.2

13.5
23.1

2.4
12.1

21.3
30.8

21.5
30.5

22.3
31.0

31.3
39.6

30.9
38.8

-2.8
89.0
932
-3.8
-.4
142

-3.8
96.6
99.0
-12
-1.1
162

-4.2
113.7
116.3
-1.3
-1.3
182

-4.8
128.4
131.1
-1.3
-1.3
20.7

-5.5
145.1
148.7
-2.1
-1.5
23.7

-6.4
155.9
160.1
-2.9
-1.3
29.3

-7.9
159.0
163.8
-3.0
-1.8
35.4

-9.0
158.2
158.7
-1.4
1.0
43.7

-9.7
155.9
155.5
-.6
1.0
51.1

-9.7
182.8
173.8
-.6
9.6
54.7

-9.4
212.8
194.3
-.5
19.0
67.8

-9.0
236.7
209.9
-2
27.0
73.3

-8.7
259.9
2282
-.1
31.8
79.4

-8.3
277.3
249.9
-.8
28.2
72.1

-8.0
291.6
264.1
-1.5
29.0
84.6

612
4.4
3.9
.5
.8

63.9
4.7
4.2
.5

68.6
5.1
4.5
.6
.9

74.6
5.7
5.0
.7
.9

87.0
6.4
5.6
.8
1.0

101.2
7.1
6.2
.9
1.2

122.1
7.8
6.8
1.0
1.3

146.3
8.5
7.3
1.1
1.4

162.4
9.1
7.8
1.3
1.4

174.9
10.4
8.9
1.5
1.4

195.5
12.0
10.3
1.7
1.9

2102
13.8
11.8
1.9
1.7

218.8
15.7
13.5
2.2
1.6

232.9
172
14.8
2.4
1.6

251.0
18.7
16.1
2.6
1.8

2.4

2.5

2.7

1.0

12

1.3

1.4

1.5

1.8

2.0

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.8

2.5

-.2
15.8

-.3
13.5

-.4
12.1

-.5
9.0

-.5
8.9

-.6
8.4

-.7
13.2

-.8
20.8

-.9
21.9

-.9
22.1

23.3

-.9
18.7

8.7

3.2

-.9
4.3

29.3
-13.5
40.2

29.5
-15.9
44.8

29.9
-17.8
50.4

30.0
-21.0
58.9

34.4
-25.5
70.6

39.1
-30.8
84.5

49.0
-35.8

61.1
-40.2
115.6

64.4
^42.4
130.0

64.8
-42.8
141.0

66.5
-43.2
158.2

63.4
-44.6
176.0

53.4
-44.7
192.8

50.0
-46.8
210.8

53.4
-49.1
226.2

19.1
19.1
16.8
2.3

21.4
21.4
18.5
2.9

23.2
232
19.8
3.4

24.7
24.7
20.9
3.8

26.9
26.9
22.8
4.1

29.5
29.5
24.8
4.7

33.2
33.2
27.9
5.3

37.3
37.3
31.3
6.0

39.3
39.3
32.6
6.6

42.2
422
34.7
7.5

45.7
45.7
37.7
8.1

49.6
49.6
40.5
9.1

52.0
52.0
42.4
9.6

55.6
55.6
44.9
10.7

60.4
60.4
48.1
12.3

472

52.0

57.1

62.4

71.0

78.9

100.5

111.6

121.3

132.0

141.7

153.3

170.5

187.6

472
42.9
4.3

52.0
47.0
5.0

57.1
51.5
5.7

62.4
55.9
6.5

71.0
62.9
8.0

78.9
69.7
9.2

100.5
88.1
12.4

111.6
97.7
13.9

121.3
106.0
15.3

132.0
1152
16.8

141.7
123.7
18.0

153.3
133.8
19.5

170.5
149.3
21.2

187.6
164.5
23.1

168.8

187.7

203.9

220.6

240.7

261.9

318.4

345.8

368.9

394.1

423.6

449.6

478.7

511.7

168.8
143.6
252

187.7
157.6
302

203.9
169.0
34.9

220.6
181.5
39.1

240.7
196.9
43.7

261.9
212.4
49.5

233.5
56.4

318.4
254.5
63.9

345.8
274.9
71.0

368.9
290.8
78.1

394.1
310.4
83.7

423.6
333.2
90.4

449.6
353.3
96.3

478.7
377.0
101.8

511.7
400.9
•110.9

15.7

13.2

17.0

20.5

21.8

32.2

34.1

332

302

29.4

24.3

14.8

9.1

4.6

75

0
17.5
-1.7

0
14.6
-1.4

0
16.5

-.1
18.9
1.6

-.1
22.6
-.7

-.1
34.3
-2.0

-.1
35.0
-.8

-.2
29.2
4.1

-.2
27.8
2.7

-2
30.4

-2
312
-6.6

-2
30.8
-15.7

-.2
32.9
-23.6

-.1
39.5
-34.8

-.2
49.1
-41.1

1,183.1
891.3

1272.1
948.7

1,418.5
1,058.4

1,588.6
1,177.4

1,807.9
1,333.1

2,006.8
1,496.5

2,164.1
1,644.5

2,399.4
1,815.6

2,492.3
1,9162

2,691.4
2,029.6

3,034.0
2,227.1

3,253.5
2,383.0

3,428.9
2,524.0

3,687.7
2,698.8

3,994.7
2,921.5

115.3

1212

132.9

146.4

167.7

181.8

171.8

180.8

170.7

186.7

236.0

259.9

283.7

310.2

324.3

15.8

13.5

12.1

9.0

8.9

8.4

13.2

20.8

21.9

22.1

23.3

18.7

8.7

3.2

4.3

87.1

1072

130.6

156.7

177.1

168.3

142.7

152.8

123.7

182.3

233.0

250.0

238.7

280.3

315.9

73.6

81.4

84.5

99.0

121.1

151.9

192.0

229.3

259.8

270.8

314.5

341.9

373.8

395.2

428.7

1. Equals receipts of factor income from the rest of the world less payments of factor income to the rest of
the world.




89.3
78.7
10.6

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

39

Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars
Line | 1959 | 1960 | 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965 |

1966

1967

1968 | 1 9 6 9 [

1970 | 1971 | 1972

[1973

Billions of dollars

282.2

Consumption of fixed capital
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

454.3

479.9

529.8

574.4

595.7

645.3

715.6

32.5

35.4

38.8

42.9

46.9

51.5

56.7

63.3

68.9

268.2

275.7

301.2

320.5

346.6

381.6

418.9

441.1

486.9

527.5

544.2

588.7

652.3

730.9

29.7

31.1

33.6

35.8

38.6

41.3

42.7

45.6

52.4

57.9

62.0

68.3

73.4

81.1

238.4
190.9
174.5
16.5
47.6
48.0
22.7
25.3
11.4
13.9

244.7
195.8
178.7
17.1
48.3
47.7
22.8
24.9
11.6
13.3

267.6
211.2
191.8
19.4
55.8
52.6
24.0
28.6
12.4
16.3

284.7
222.9
201.9
21.0
61.1
57.1
26.2
30.9
13.4
17.4

308.1
239.5
216.8
22.7
67.6
63.5
28.0
35.6
14.8
20.8

.3
.3
.6

0
3.2
.6

.1
3.9
.7

-.5
4.6
1.0

376.2
288.7
259.2
29.5
84.1
80.6
33.7
46.9
18.1
28.8
-2.1

395.5
308.6
277.1
31.6
81.2
77.0
32.7
44.4
18.9
25.5
-1.6

434.5
341.6
305.4
36.2
86.9
84.9
39.4
45.6
21.3
24.3
-3.7

469.6
379.1
338.0
41.1
83.0
82.5
39.7
42.8
21.4
21.4
-5.9

482.2
401.0
356.0
45.0
70.4
71.3
34.4
36.9
19.8
17.2
-6.6

520.3
426.3
376.2
50.1
82.5
82.2
37.7
44.5
19.0
25.5
-4.6

578.9
474.0
414.8
59.3
93.6
95.0
41.9
53.1
20.9
32.2
-6.6

649.8
535.6
464.6

-.2
-.3
-.1

340.3
260.1
235.2
25.0
78.2
74.1
30.9
43.2
16.9
26.4
-1.2

5.3
2.0

5.6
3.4

5.7
5.7

5.6
6.0

6.4
7.4

5.6

4.8

5.3

10.8

11.6

11.3

21.3
45.4
-20.0
5.5
12.6

15.9

16.8

17.1

17.6

18.9

20.5

23.3

26.5

29.3

31.1

34.4

39.0

42.3

45.3

267.5

20

414.1

30.4

14.8

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corporate business.

377.0

28.9

-.3
-.8
-.1

Gross domestic product of financial corporate
business.

349.3

27.6

230.0
180.5
165.6
14.9
49.6
50.7
23.6
27.0
10.8
16.2

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

328.8

26.6

27.3

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

302.4

25.9

257.4

Net domestic product

294.0

24.8

Gross domestic product of corporate business
Consumption of fixed capital

278.1

285.5

311.7

331.8

358.1

393.5

431.0

453.4

500.5

543.3

561.4

606.4

673.3

754.5

799.8

71.1
101.5
116.0

49.3
66.7

24.2

25.2

26.0

26.9

28.1

29.5

31.5

34.3

37.5

41.4

45.3

49.7

54.6

61.0

66.2

243.2

252.9

259.6

284.8

303.7

328.6

362.0

396.7

415.9

459.1

498.0

511.6

551.7

612.4

688.3

26.0

28.3

29.5

32.0

34.0

36.6

39.2

40.5

43.1

49.7

54.7

58.8

64.5

69.2

76.3

217.2
171.5
157.4
14.0
42.6
43.6
20.7
22.9
10.0
12.9

224.6
181.2
165.6
15.5
40.0
40.3
19.2
21.1
10.6
10.6

230.1
185.3
169.2
16.1
40.8
40.1
19.5
20.7
10.6
10.1

252.8
200.1
181.8
18.3
48.2
45.0
20.6
24.3
11.4
13.0

269.7
211.1
191.3
19.7
53.8
49.8
22.8
27.0
12.6
14.4

292.0
226.7
205.4
21.3
60.0
56.0
24.0
32.1
13.7
18.4

-.3
-.7
3.1

-.2
-.2
3.5

.3
.3
4.0

0
32
4.5

.1
3.9
4.8

-.5
4.5
5.3

322.8
246.5
223.0
23.4
70.3
66.2
27.2
39.0
15.6
23.4
-1.2

356.2
274.0
246.2
27.8
74.9
71.4
29.5
41.9
16.8
25.1
-2.1

372.8
292.3
262.7
29.6
71.8
67.5
27.8
39.7
17.5
22.2
-1.6

409.3
323.2
289.3
33.9
76.0
74.0
33.6
40.4
19.1
21.3
-3.7

443.3
358.8
320.2
38.7
71.3
70.8
33.3
37.5
19.1
18.4
-5.9

452.8
378.7
336.4
42.2
57.1
58.1
27.2
31.0
18.5
12.5
-6.6

487.3
402.0
355.1
46.9
67.2
67.1
29.9
37.1
18.5
18.7
-4.6

543.2
447.1
391.7
55.4
77.0
78.6
33.8
44.8
20.1
24.7
-6.6

5.3
6.1

5.6
7.4

5.8
8.8

5.6

6.3

5.5

4.7

5.0

10.1

13.2

17.1

18.1

19.2

612.0
505.9
439.4
66.5
83.6
98.6
40.2
58.4
21.1
37.3
-20.0
5.0
22.5

Billions of 1987 dollars

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corporate business.
Consumption of fixed capital
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsid.
Domestic income




928.7

955.6

978.2

1,047.5

1,104.8

1,179.3

1,262.2

1,336.0

1,367.4

1,444.3

1,492.5

1,473.4

1,525.9

1,629.5

1,706.9

91.6
864.0
101.6

94.2
884.0
102.8

96.9
950.6
107.7

100.1
1,004.7
111.5

103.8
1,075.4
117.6

108.7

120.9
1,246.5
135.3

127.1
1,317.2
143.1

134.2
1,358.3
148.2

1,332.3

147.4
1,378.5

155.7

1,153.5
125.0

114.7
1,221.4
132.2

141.1

839.7
99.7

1,473.9

151.0

156.0

165.9

162.4
1,544.5
176.8

740.0

762.4

781.2

842.9

893.1

957.8

1,028.5

1,089.2

1,111.2

1,174.1

1,210.1

1,181.3

1,222.5

1,308.0

1,367.7

40

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars—Continued
1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1981

1985

1982

1986

1987

Billions of dollars
863.3

1,652.8

1,8595

1,921.0

2,079.7

2,320.0

2,473.5

2,597.0

2,780.3

161.8

185.1

219.4

243.7

257.7

265.9

277.8

2942

307.7

327.6

837.3

944.9

1,074.1

1,227.5

1,359.7

1,467.7

1,640.1

1,677.3

1,822.0

2,054.2

2,195.7

2,302.8

2,472.6

2,680.1

92.7

101.0

110.8

122.2

131.6

148.9

178.5

181.3

198.9

221.5

237.8

252.1

263.9

281.1

744.6
617.0
528.4
88.5
107.2
125.8
50.9
74.9
23.5
51.3
-11.0
-7.6
20.4

843.8
697.4
591.2
1062
130.6
157.2
64.2
93.0
26.7
66.3
-14.9
-11.7
15.9

9632
787.1
662.7
124.4
156.7
184.4
73.0
111.3
29.8
81.5
-16.6
-11.0
19.4

1,105.4
901.5
756.3
145.1
177.1
215.3
83.5
131.8
35.0
96.8
-25.0
-13.1
26.8

1,228.1
1,021.7
856.4
165.3
168.3
2272
88.0
139.2
36.7
102.5
-41.6
-17.3
38.1

1,318.8
1,119.4
937.1
182.3
142.7
205.9
84.8
121.1
42.8
78.4
-43.0
-20.2
56.7

1,461.6
1,238.8
1,035.4
203.4
152.8
199.7
81.1
118.5
542
64.3
-25.7
-212
70.0

1,496.0
1,293.5
1,077.1
216.5
123.7
148.5
63.1
85.4
54.0
31.5
-9.9
-14.9
78.7

1,623.1
1,365.7
1,136.8
228.8
182.3
180.4
772
103.1
69.6
33.6
-8.5
10.4
75.1

1,832.7
1,511.2
1259.8
251.4
233.0
209.3
94.0
115.3
71.2
44.1
-4.1
27.8
88.5

1,957.9
1,615.3
1,353.8
261.6
250.0
1942
96.5
97.7
81.3
16.4
2
55.5
92.6

2,050.7
1,710.5
1,435.7
274.8
238.7
184.9
106.5
78.4
93.0
-14.6
9.7
44.1
101.5

2,208.7
1,816.1
1,532.0
284.2
280.3
248.4
127.1
121.3
91.5
29.7
-14.5
46.4
1122

2,399.1
1,965.2
1,655.3
309.9
315.9
298.5
137.0
161.4
86.1
75.3
-27.3
44.7
118.0

53.8

59.5

71.9

87.8

97.8

106.3

111.0

118.1

143.6

1535

180.0

210.6

233.0

243.0

814.6

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial cor*
porate business.

1,521.5

139.7

48.7

Gross domestic product of financial corporate
business.

1,367.2

122.5

695.8
589.5
508.9
80.6
87.1
125.4
51.8
73.6
20.7
52.9
-39.5
1.2
192

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
I.
CCAdj
Net interest

1,1965

109.2

86.4

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

1,054.0

97.7

7822

Net domestic product

935.1

81.1

Gross domestic product of corporate business
Consumption of fixed capital

881.2

994.6

1,124.7

1279.4

1,423.7

1,546.5

1,748.6

1,802.8

1,936.1

2,166.5

2,293.6

2,386.3

2547.3

2,764.8

3,007.8

77.5

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

1162

132.3

153.0

174.8

207.0

229.4

242.1

248.1

258.0

271.4

281.4

297.5

890.8

1,008.5

1,147.2

1270.7

1,371.7

1,541.5

1,573.4

1,694.0

1,918.3

2,035.5

2,114.9

2,265.9

2,467.3

87.4

95.1

104.1

114.6

123.3

139.4

167.9

169.4

185.8

206.9

220.3

231.4

241.0

257.1

655.7
556.8
481.1
75.7
70.6
1092
422
67.0
21.7
452
-39.5
.9
28.3

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

103.8

788.0

81.4

Net domestic product

93.3

737.1

Consumption of fixed capital

700.6
580.3
498.0
82.4
91.5
109.9
41.5
68.4
24.8
43.6
-11.0
-7.4
28.7

795.7
656.7
557.8
98.9
111.5
137.3
53.0
84.4
27.8
56.6
-14.9
-10.9
27.5

904.4
741.8
625.7
116.1
132.0
158.6
59.9
98.7
32.0
66.8
-16.6
-10.0
30.6

1,032.6
850.2
7142
135.9
146.1
183.5
67.1
116.4
37.2
79.1
-25.0
-12.3
36.3

1,147.4
964.2
809.0
155.2
138.1
195.5
69.6
125.9
39.3
86.7
-41.6
-15.9
45.1

1232.4
1,053.5
882.7
170.8
120.7
181.6
67.0
114.6
45.5
69.1
-43.0
-17.8
58.2

1,373.6
1,164.8
974.0
190.8
136.9
181.0
63.9
117.1
53.4
63.7
-25.7
-18.4
71.9

1,404.0
1,209.9
1,008.0
201.9
111.5
132.9
46.3
86.7
56.4
30.2
-9.9
-11.5
82.5

1,5082
1,271.6
1,058.8
212.8
159.9
155.9
59.4
96.4
66.5
29.9
-8.5
12.5
76.7

1,711.4
1,4092
1,174.7
234.5
214.3
189.0
73.7
115.4
69.5
45.9
-4.1
29.4
87.9

1,815.3
1,5032
1,2592
244.0
221.4
165.5
69.9
95.6
74.5
21.1
.2
55.6
90.7

1,883.6
1,581.5
1,326.3
255.3
203.8
149.1
75.6
73.5
76.3
-2.8
9.7
44.9
98.3

2,024.9
1,675.0
1,411.4
263.6
244.2
212.0
93.5
118.5
77.9
40.6
-14.5
46.7
105.8

2,2102
1,814.2
1,526.4
287.8
274.4
256.6
101.7
154.9
82.0
72.9
-27.3
45.0
121.6

Billions of 1987 dollars
Gross domestic product of nonfinancial cor*
porate business.

1,669.7

1,625.6

1,7485

1,866.7

1,967.1

1,995.7

1,980.9

2,035.1

2,001.3

2,112.3

2284.1

2,364.3

2,439.3

2547.3

2,684.8

Consumption of fixed capital
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsid.
Domestic income

171.0
1,498.6
172.0

178.8
1,446.7
172.7

185.8
1,562.8
183.5

193.9
1,672.8
191.8

203.4
1,763.8
200.4

214.7
1,781.0
204.1

223.9
1,756.9
198.3

235.4
1,799.7
199.2

241.3
1,760.0
197.7

254.6
1,857.6
205.8

257.8
2,026.3
218.1

264.7
2,099.6
226.2

274.0
2,165.3
235.5

281.4
2265.9
241.0

288.7
2,396.1
2492

1,326.7

1274.0

1,379.3

1,481.0

1,563.4

1,576.9

1,558.7

1,600.4

1,562.4

1,651.9

1,808.3

1,873.4

1,929.8

2,024.9

2,146.9




40

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

41

Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars—Continued
1960

1959

1961

1962

1963

Line

ZLI

1

I

Billions of dollars

274.9

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

290.4

298.7

305.4

315.0

322.5

326.7

331.1

334.9

338.7

3465

26.2

26.4

26.5

26.7

27.0

27.2

27.5

27.8

28.1

28.4

28.7

261.8

257.2

259.9

271.4

268.7

267.9

264.6

264.1

272.2

278.6

288.0

295.3

299.3

303.3

306.8

310.3

26.9

27.8

28.3

292

29.5

29.9

30.2

30.3

30.6

312

32.1

32.9

33.3

34.0

34.2

34.8

35.4

234.9
181.3
166.5
14.9
53.7
55.3
25.7
29.6
10.9
18.7
-1.0

229.4
181.6
166.5
15.1
47.9
49.1
23.0
26.1
11.0
15.1

231.6
183.8
168.5
15.3
47.9
47.7
22.5
25.3
11.1
14.2

242.2
190.3
174.0
16.4
51.8
53.1
25.1
28.0
11.4
16.6

239.3
191.7
1752
16.5
47.6
48.5
23.0
25.6
11.3
14.3

237.9
191.3
174.8
16.5
46.7
46.4
21.9
24.4
11.7
12.7

234.4
190.3
173.8
16.5
44.2
44.0
20.8
23.2
11.4
11.8

233.7
190.3
173.6
16.7
43.0
43.0
20.6
22.4

247.4
197.3
180.1
17.2
49.4
48.7
23.3
25.5
11.5
13.9

255.9
202.0
184.4
17.6
53.2
53.1
25.3
27.7
12.0
15.7

262.4
206.4
187.5
18.9
55.6
52.1
23.8
28.3
12.2
16.1

266.0
210.7
191.5
19.3
54.7
51.7
23.6
28.1
12.5
15.6

269.3
212.9
193.3
19.6
55.7
53.2
24.2
29.0
12.6
16.4

272.6
214.9
195.0
19.9
57.2
53.4
24.3
29.1
12.1
17.0

275.6
217.7
197.2
20.5
57.5
53.2
24.4
28.7
12.9
15.8

282.8
221.1
200.3
20.8
61.1
56.9
26.1
30.7

11.2

241.6
193.6
176.7
16.9
47.4
46.0
22.0
24.0
11.5
12.5

-.6
-.1

-.3
-.9
0

.8
-.7
0

-.9
-.4
0

-.6
-.3
-.1

.5
-.2
-.1

.3
-.1
-.1

-.1
.1
.5

1.0
.4
.6

.3
.4
.7

-2
.3
.7

.4
3.0
.4

-.1
3.1
.6

-.8
3.2
.7

.5
3.3
.6

1.0
3.4
.3

13.4
17.3
.2
3.9
.7

14.0

14.4

152

15.5

155

16.0

15.9

15.9

16.9

16.9

16.8

16.8

16.8

17.3

17.3

165

17.2

17.4

261.0

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corporate business.

Net domestic product

290.7

26.0

272.1

267.1

269.7

281.1

278.5

277.9

274.8

273.6

281.8

288.6

2982

305.7

309.5

313.7

318.0

321.6

329.5

-.1

Gross domestic product of financial corporate

Consumption of fixed capital

293.9

25.8

-1.1

Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

294.5

25.5

-.6

Profits before tax

296.9

25.3

224.2
175.5
161.1
14.4
48.8
50.5
23.5
27.1
10.4
16.6

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj

285.2

25.0

26.4

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

2822

24.7

250.6

Net domestic product

286.5

24.4

Gross domestic product of corporate business
Consumption of fixed capital

20

112

23.8

24.1

24.4

24.6

24.9

25.1

25.3

25.5

25.7

25.8

26.0

26.3

26.5

26.7

27.0

27.3

27.6

27.9

237.2

248.0

242.7

245.1

256.2

253.4

252.6

249.3

247.9

256.0

262.6

271.9

2792

282.7

286.7

290.7

294.0

301.6

25.1

25.6

26.4

26.9

27.8

28.0

28.5

28.7

28.9

29.1

29.7

30.5

31.3

31.7

32.4

32.6

33.1

33.7

212.1
166.7
1532
13.5
42.4
44.0
20.9
23.2

222.4
172.3
158.3
14.0
47.0
48.6
23.0
25.6
10.0
15.6
-1.0

216.3
172.4
158.1
14.2
40.7
41.8
19.9
21.9
10.1
11.8

218.2
174.4
160.1
14.4
40.4

228.4
180.8
165.4
15.5

21.0
10.1
10.9

220.6
180.3
164.7
15.6
36.6
36.4
17.4
19.0
10.5

35.2
17.1
18.0
10.3

226.9
183.1
1672
15.9
40.0
38.5
18.7
19.8
10.5

12.9

258.1
203.6
184.9
18.7
49.7
45.9
21.0
24.9
11.3
13.6

260.8
206.2
186.8
19.3
50.1
45.7
21.0
24.8
12.1
12.7

-.9
-.3
3.4

-.6
_3
3.4

9.3
1.0
.4
3.9

254.3
201.7
183.2
18.5
48.0
45.5
20.8
24.6
11.6
13.0

.8
-.6
3.3

7.7
-.1
.1
3.7

251.0
199.7
181.5
18.1
46.9
43.9
20.2
23.7
11.4
12.3

-.3
-.8
32

8.5
.3
-.1
3.7

241.4
191.3
174.7
16.6
45.8
45.6
22.0
23.6
11.0
12.7

247.9
195.5
177.7
17.8
48.1
44.6
20.5
24.1

9.5
.5
-.1
3.5

232.9
186.8
170.5
16.2
42.1
41.3
20.0
21.3
10.5
10.8

267.9
209.4
189.9

45.3
21.5
23.8
10.5
13.3

224.1
181.4
165.9
15.5
39.2
38.8
18.5
20.3
10.8

219.0
180.1
164.4
15.7

402
192

225.3
182.1
166.5
15.6
39.9
40.8
19.4
21.4
10.5
10.9

.3
.4
4.0

-2
.4
4.3

.4
3.0
4.3

-.1
3.1
4.4

-.8
3.3
4.6

.5
3.3
4.8

1.0
3.4
4.6

9.6
13.5

-.6
-1.0

3.0

-.5
3.1

442

352

112

19.5
53.8
49.6
22.7
26.9
12.6
14.2
2
4.0
4.8

Billions of 1987 dollars

1,0542 1,061.6 1,073.9 1,100.8

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corporate business.

913.9

944.0

924.5

932.3

964.7

956.0

953.6

948.1

945.8

966.7

985.1

1,015.4

1,031.1

1,043.0

Consumption of fixed capital
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsid.
Domestic income

88.1
825.8
98.8

88.7
855.3
99.6

89.3
835.2
1002

89.9
842.4
100.2

90.6
874.1
101.0

912
864.8
102.5

91.9
861.7
101.7

92.6
855.5
101.4

932
852.5
101.2

93.9
872.8
102.9

94.5
890.5
102.6

95.2
920.2
104.6

95.8
935.3
106.3

96.5
946.5
107.3

97.3
956.9
107.7

98.0
963.6
109.3

98.8
975.1
110.5

1,001.1
110.8

727.0

755.7

735.1

742.3

773.2

762.3

760.1

754.1

751.4

769.9

787.9

815.6

829.0

839.2

8492

854.3

864.5

890.3




99.7

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8

42

Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars—Continued
1963

1964

Line

1

1965

HI

IV

I

I

H

1967

1966

III

Billions of dollars

352.8

Consumption of fixed capital
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA

CCAdj
Net interest

20

408.6

416.5

430.1

442.6

450.9

457.6

466.2

468.7

472.8

482.8

31.6

32.1

32.8

33.4

34.1

35.1

35.8

36.7

37.5

38.3

39.2

40.2

329.5

337.7

343.3

350.7

354.8

369.5

376.5

383.7

396.7

408.5

415.7

421.8

429.6

431.1

434.4

443.6

455.1

36.7

37.3

38.0

39.1

39.8

41.0

41.0

41.2

42.0

41.6

42.6

43.1

43.7

43.9

44.6

46.1

47.6

292.8
228.4
206.8
21.6
63.5
59.9
27.5
32.4
13.8
18.6

300.4
232.1
210.3
21.9
67.3
62.9
27.8
35.2
14.0
21.2

305.3
237.1
214.7
22.4
67.3
63.0
27.8
35.2
14.6
20.6

311.5
242.2
219.2
23.0
68.4
64.6
28.4
36.2
15.0
21.2

315.0
246.4
222.9
23.5
67.4
63.6
27.9
35.7
15.6
20.1

328.5
252.0
228.0
24.1
75.0
70.4
29.4
41.0
15.5
25.5

-.1
4.4
.9

-.9
4.7
1.0

-.7
4.5
1.2

-.4
4.9
1.5

354.7
269.7
243.7
26.0
82.5
79.1
32.9
46.2
18.3
27.8
-1.9

366.9
278.4
249.8
28.6
85.8
81.4
34.0
47.4
18.7
28.7
-1.2

373.2
286.0
256.8
29.2
84.2
81.4
34.0
47.4
18.2
29.2
-2.7

378.7
292.6
262.8
29.7
82.6
80.6
33.6
47.0
18.0
28.9
-3.6

385.9
298.0
267.6
30.4
83.6
78.8
33.0
45.8
17.4
28.4
-1.0

397.5
311.0
279.1
31.8
80.5
76.3
32.2
44.119.2
24.8
-1.7

5.3
1.8

5.6
2.1

5.4
2.5

5.6
2.6

5.5
2.9

5.6
3.6

5.7
4.3

-.4
5.5
5.0

389.8
304.5
273.5
31.0
79.8
75.6
31.9
43.6
19.5
24.1
-1.3

407.6
317.5

-.2
4.6
.9

342.5
262.1
236.8
25.3
78.3
74.2
30.9
43.3
17.3
26.1
-1.5

387.2
301.5
270.8
30.7
80.7
75.7
32.2
43.4
18.7
24.7

-.8
4.4
.9

335.5
256.7
232.1
24.6
76.9
72.8
30.3
42.4
16.3
26.2
-1.1

5.6
5.4

5.9
6.0

5.9
6.4

18.0

18.5

18.6

19.0

19.3

19.5

19.9

20.6

22.0

22.8

22.9

23.6

24.0

25.0

26.1

27.0

27.7

335.1

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corporate business.

401.1

31.1

17.7

Gross domestic product of financial corporate
business.

385.9

30.6

-.2
4.0
.9

Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

381.3

30.1

287.6
224.5
203.4
21.1
62.2
58.4
26.9
31.6
13.6
18.0

Domestic income

373.5

29.7

36.1

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

367.4

29.4

323.8

Net domestic product

358.9

29.0

Gross domestic product of corporate business
Consumption of fixed capital

340.9

348.9

354.8

362.2

366.6

381.5

388.7

395.8

408.1

419.7

428.0

434.0

442.3

443.7

446.7

455.8

467.6
38.8

495.3

284.8
32.7
83.7
80.6
34.2
46.4

18.2
28.3
-2.8

28.2

28.6

28.9

29.3

29.7

30.2

30.7

31.2

31.8

32.4

33.0

34.0

34.7

35.5

36.3

37.1

37.9

306.9

312.3

320.0

325.5

332.5

336.4

350.9

357.5

364.0

375.7

386.7

394.0

399.3

406.7

407.3

409.6

417.9

34.4

34.9

35.4

36.1

37.1

37.8

38.9

38.9

39.1

39.9

39.5

40.3

40.7

41.3

41.5

42.2

43.6

45.1

272.5
212.6
192.7
19.8
55.0
51.2
23.4
27.8
12.8
15.0
_p

277.4
216.1
195.8
20.3
52.6
24.0
28.6
13.0
15.6

284.6
219.7
199.2
20.5
59.7
55.4
23.8
31.6
13.1
18.5

289.5
224.4
203.4
21.1
59.8
55.5
23.8
31.7
13.6

295.4
229.3
207.7
21.6
60.8
57.1
24.4
32.7
13.8
18.9

298.6
233.3
2112
22.1
59.9
56.1
23.8
32.2
14.3
17.9

312.0
238.7
216.2
22.5
67.6
63.1
26.0
37.1
14.4
22.7

-.9
4.6
5.3

-.7
4.5
5.5

-.4
4.9
5.7

335.8
255.6
231.3
24.4
73.6
70.2
28.8
41.4
17.0
24.4
-1.9

347.2
264.0
237.1
26.9
76.6
72.2
29.9
42.2
17.4
24.9
-1.2

353.7
271.3
243.8
27.5
75.3
72.4
29.9
42.5
17.0
25.5
-2.7

358.6
277.7
249.7
28.0
73.3
71.3
29.4
41.9
16.8
25.2
-3.6

365.4
282.9
254.3
28.6
74.5
69.6
28.7
40.9
16.2
24.7
-1.0

374.3
294.3
264.5
29.8
71.1
66.8
27.5
39.4
17.8
21.6
-1.7

5.2
6.0

5.6
6.2

5.4
6.6

5.6
6.7

5.5
7.1

5.6
7.6

5.8
8.1

-.4
5.5
8.4

367.3
288.4
259.3
29.1
70.5
66.2
27.2
39.0
18.1
20.9
-1.3

383.7
300.4
269.8
30.6
73.9
70.8

-.2
4.5
5.2

324.9
248.3
224.6
23.7
70.4
66.3
27.2
39.2
16.1
23.1
-1.5

365.8
285.9
257.1
28.9
71.5
66.4
27.5
38.8
17.4
21.5

-.8
4.4
5.1

318.6
243.2
220.1
23.1
69.4
65.3
26.8
38.4
15.1
23.4
-1.1

5.6
8.5

6.0
8.9

1,3232

1,332.1

1,340.7

1,3482

1,346.0

1,357.5

1,373.0

4.1
4.9

562

182
-.1
4.4
5.3

29.2

41.6
16.7
24.9
-2.8
6.0

9.4

Billions of 1987 dollars

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corporate business.
Consumption of fixed capital
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsid.
Domestic income




1,115.3

1,129.0

1,156.8

1,170.1

121.7
105.4
106.7
108.0
117.1
118.6
120.2
123.2
109.3
110.8
112.3
115.5
103.3
104.3
113.9
1,066.8 1,087.1 1,093.2 1,126.0 1,142.4 1,158.6 1,186.9 1,210.9 1,218.2 1,225.2 1,231.1 1,227.3 1,237.3 1,251.2 1,270.1
119.4
124.1
128.4
135.7
116.4
119.3
125.8
132.1
132.9
135.1
1372
121.5
130.6
133.1
133.1

100.5

101.4

1,014.8
112.1

1.027.6
112.7

102.3
1,054.5
1152

902.7

914.9

939.3

950.5

1,191.5

967.8

1,198.6

1,232.7

1,250.3

1,267.9

1,004.6 1,018.3 1,032.8

1,297.7

1,092.3

1,098.1

1,094.2

1,102.3

1,115.6

1,393.3

1,132.9

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

43

Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars—Continued
1969

1968

1971

1970

1972

Line

Billions of dollars

508.9

Consumption of fixed capital
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

585.7

585.2

594.1

602.6

601.1

627.0

638.8

650.7

664.9

687.8

47.4

48.5

49.6

51.0

52.1

53.3

54.7

56.0

57.3

58.7

60.3

64.6

482.0

492.8

505.2

515.2

524.1

533.3

537.3

535.6

543.1

550.5

547.8

572.3

582.8

593.4

606.2

627.5

641.2

51.6

53.6

54.8

55.7

57.3

58.8

59.6

60.3

61.5

62.7

63.6

66.1

67.0

69.4

70.8

71.0

72.4

430.4
337.0
301.3
35.7
87.6
84.8
39.2
45.5
20.7
24.8
-2.9

439.2
345.8
309.1
36.7
87.4
84.8
39.4
45.5
21.7
23.8
-3.0

450.4
355.8
317.9
37.9
88.4
86.9
40.3
46.6
22.0
24.6
-4.1

459.5
364.6
325.1
39.6
88.0
86.7
41.3
45.4
21.5
24.0
-4.9

466.8
374.6
334.2
40.5
85.0
83.8
40.2
43.6
21.6
21.9
-5.2

474.4
384.6
343.0
41.6
82.1
80.4
38.8
41.6
21.1
20.5
-4.9

477.7
392.6
349.9
42.7
77.0
78.9
38.4
40.5
21.3
19.2
-8.4

4752
397.0
353.2
43.8
69.1
71.7
34.2
37.5
20.0
17.4
-8.8

481.6
399.0
354.4
44.6
72.4
71.3
34.3
37.0
20.1
16.9
-4.6

487.8
404.2
358.6
45.6
72.1
72.9
35.2
37.6
19.3
18.3
-6.2

484.2
403.9
357.7
46.2
67.9
69.3
33.7
35.6
19.5
16.1
-6.6

506.2
414.4
366.1
48.4
79.8
78.7
37.4
41.3
20.0
21.3
-3.6

515.8
422.9
373.4
49.5
81.2
81.0
38.2
42.8
18.4
24.3
-4.7

524.0
429.3
378.7
50.6
83.3
84.0
37.5
46.5
20.0
26.5
-5.6

535.4
438.6
386.6
52.0
85.5
85.3
37.9
47.5
17.8
29.7
-4.5

556.5
455.9
399.5
56.4
89.9
90.5
40.0
50.5
21.2
29.3
-5.8

568.8
468.1
409.6
58.6

5.7
5.9

5.5
5.9

5.6
6.2

6.2
6.9

6.4
7.2

6.6
7.6

6.5
8.0

6.2
9.1

5.7

5.4

5.2

4.8

4.9

4.9

4.6

5.2

10.2

11.6

12.3

11.9

11.7

11.4

11.3

10.7

-5.8
4.6
10.7

29.3

29.7

29.7

30.9

30.8

31.0

31.8

32.6

32.8

34.9

372

37.6

38.5

40.0

39.7

40.8

422

480.2

20

580.7

46.4

28.7

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial cor-

570.5

45.5

5.7
5.8

Gross domestic product of financial corporate
business.

560.7

44.5

417.8
327.6
293.3
34.3
84.3
83.2
38.5
44.7
20.7
24.1
-4.7

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after lax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

549.7

43.4

49.8

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

5362

42.4

467.6

Net domestic product

524.4

41.3

Gross domestic product of corporate business
Consumption of fixed capital

495.1

506.5

520.0

529.8

539.7

549.6

553.9

552.6

561.3

567.7

563.9

589.4

600.3

610.7

625.1

647.0

663.5

705.8

90.0
91.3
40.2

51.0
21.1
29.9

39.9

40.9

41.9

42.9

43.9

44.8

45.8

46.8

47.9

49.2

50.3

51.5

52.8

54.0

55.2

56.6

58.1

62.3

440.3

454.2

464.6

477.1

485.9

494.9

503.9

507.2

504.7

512.1

517.4

512.4

536.6

546.3

555.5

568.6

589.0

601.3

47.2

49.0

50.8

51.9

52.7

54.2

55.6

56.3

57.2

58.3

59.5

60.3

62.6

63.3

65.4

66.7

66.9

68.2

393.1
310.2
278.0
32.2
73.7
72.5
33.0
39.6
18.7
20.9
-4.7

405.3
318.9
285.4
33.5
76.6
73.8
33.4
40.3
18.7
21.6
-2.9

413.8
327.1
292.7
34.5
76.3
73.7
33.5
40.3
19.4
20.9
-3.0

425.2
336.6
301.1
35.5
77.5
76.0
34.4
41.6
19.6
22.0
-4.1

433.1
345.0
307.8
37.2
76.3
75.1
35.1
40.0
19.1
20.9
-4.9

440.7
354.6
316.6
38.1
73.4
72.4
34.0
38.4
19.2
19.2
-5.2

448.3
364.2
325.0
39.2
70.5
69.0
32.5
36.5
18.9
17.6
-4.9

450.9
371.5
331.3
40.2
64.9
66.9
31.8
35.1
19.2
15.9
-8.4

447.5
375.1
334.1
41.0
56.8
59.6
27.4
32.2
18.5
13.7
-8.8

453.8
376.9
335.2
41.8
60.0
59.0
27.4
31.6
18.6
13.0
-4.6

457.9
381.7
338.9
42.7
58.5
59.4
27.9
31.5
18.3
13.3
-6.2

452.1
380.9
337.5
43.3
53.0
54.5
26.0
28.6
18.6

474.1
390.8
345.6
45.2
65.3
64.2
29.7
34.5
19.2
15.3
-3.6

483.0
398.7
352.5
46.2
66.3
66.2
30.5
35.6
17.9
17.7
-4.7

490.1
404.8
357.5
47.3
67.3
68.1
29.5
38.6
19.3
19.2
-5.6

501.9
413.7
365.0
48.7
69.8
69.8
30.0
39.8
17.5
22.3
-4.5

522.1
430.3
377.5
52.7
73.5
74.3
32.0
42.3
20.3
22.0
-5.8

5.8
9.3

5.7
9.7

5.5

5.5

6.1

6.3

6.4

6.3

6.1

5.5

5.3

5.1

4.6

4.8

4.8

4.4

5.0

533.0
441.5
386.7
54.7
73.1
74.6
32.1
42.5
20.2
22.3
-5.8
4.4

10.4

11.1

11.9

12.7

13.7

14.5

15.6

16.8

17.8

18.2

18.0

18.0

17.9

18.5

18.3

18.5

1,486.8

1,465.0

1,509.3

1,515.3

1,526.1

1,552.8

1,593.7

1,616.8

9.9
-6.6

Billions of 1987 dollars

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corporate business.

1,408.4

1,437.5

1,4572

Consumption of fixed capital
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsid.
Domestic income

124.7
1,283.7
140.7

126.3
1,311.3
141.8

1,329.3
144.6

1,143.0

1,169.5

1,184.7




127.9

1,4742

1,486.3

1,490.8

1,5002

1,492.6

1,472.9

1,469.0

131.4
138.7
145.4
129.6
133.3
135.1
136.9
142.0
143.5
146.6
140.3
149.6
151.2
148.1
160.1
1,344.5 1,354.8 1,357.5 1,365.1 1,355.7 1,334.3 1,328.6 1,344.8 1,321.5 1,364.0 1,368.7 1,378.0 1,403.2 1,442.5 1,456.7
149.4
148.2
148.8
150.4
145.3
146.5
150.2
151.2
157.7
152.2
154.1
155.8
156.3
161.6
163.8
1,208.3

1,209.4

1,216.4 1,206.3 1,183.9 1,178.4 1,192.6 1,170.2 1,209.9 1,213.0 1,221.7 1,245.4 1,280.9 1,293.0

44

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars—Continued
1973

1972
line

1974

I " I ' I ' I

I

1976

1975
I

|

II

|

III

|

IV

I

|

Billions of dollars
720.5

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

Consumption of fixed capital

834.6

856.4

877.0

885.4

886.3

910.8

956.4

71.4

74.4

78.5

83.3

88.3

93.0

96.6

99.3

102.1

104.7

107.9

110.5

113.5

683.5

711.2

721.1

735.2

755.9

7602

777.8

793.7

797.0

793.3

814.2

857.1

884.7

919.9

932.3

953.4

973.9

76.2

79.0

80.4

82.0

83.0

83.9

85.9

87.7

88.2

87.5

91.0

94.8

97.3

97.4

99.8

102.0

105.0

607.3
4942
432.3
61.9
100.7
103.7
45.7
58.0
20.3
37.7
-9.0
5.9
12.4

632.2
515.2
446.7
68.6
105.4
115.8
49.2
66.6
20.6
46.0
-16.1
5.7
11.6

640.7
528.5
458.5
70.0
100.3
116.8
49.6
67.2
21.5
45.7
-21.7
52
11.8

653.2
541.6
469.9
71.7
98.9
112.9
47.9
64.9
21.8
43.1
-19.0
5.0
12.8

672.9
5572
4832
74.0
101.5
118.7
50.4
68.3
21.5
46.8
-23.4
6.1
142

676.3
569.4
492.3
77.1
90.3
118.6
48.8
69.8
19.6
502
-33.0
4.6
16.6

691.9
584.3
505.0
79.3
88.9
124.5
51.4
73.0
22.3
50.7
-38.3
2.7
18.8

706.0
599.8
517.8
82.0
85.9
136.9
56.8
80.1
21.3
58.8
-51.5
.5
20.3

708.9
604.5
520.5
84.1
83.2
121.4
50.1
71.3
19.4
51.9
-35.0
-3.2
21.1

705.8
598.5
514.3
84.2
86.3
104.6
42.6
62.0
23.8
38.1
-12.7
-5.6
20.9

723.2
602.8
5172
85.5
99.3
113.5
45.9
67.6
23.0
44.6
-7.3
-7.0
21.1

762.2
622.0
532.2
89.7
119.9
140.3
56.9
83.4
23.1
60.3
-122
-8.2
20.3

787.4
644.6
549.9
94.7
123.4
144.7
58.2
86.5
24.2
62.3
-11.7
-9.6
19.4

822.5
669/
569.7
99.7
135.4
157.9
65.4
92.5
22.5
70.0
-11.6
-10.9
17.7

832.5
687.0
583.2
103.8
129.5
157.3
64.5
92.8
27.1
65.7
-15.5
-122
15.9

851.4
706.8
598.3
108.4
129.7
157.8
64.1
93.6
28.1
65.5
-15.9
-12.1
14.9

726.2
613.4
112.8
127.8
156.0
62.9
93.1
29.3
63.9
-16.6
-11.6
14.9

43.5

44.6

45.4

45.1

46.3

46.0

47.6

50.5

50.7

52.6

52.6

54.2

56.0

57.2

58.4

59.9

62.4

677.9

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial cor*
porate business.

827.3

69.6

42.7

Gross domestic product of financial corporate
business.

804.8

68.6

583.1
477.9
417.7
602
93.9
94.4
41.5
52.9
21.0
31.9
-5.8
5.3
11.3

'.

789.7

66.1

73.9

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

777.3

64.9

657.0

Net domestic product

748.3

63.5

Gross domestic product of corporate business
Consumption of fixed capital

704.9

732.7

744.3

759.8

781.1

788.6

808.8

826.5

834.7

833.7

8582

902.1

930.8

967.5

986.8 1,024.6 1,040.2 1,063.9 1,087.4

981.8 1,004.0 1,025.0

63.5

65.9

66.8

68.5

71.2

75.1

79.5

84.3

88.8

92.2

94.7

97.3

99.7

102.6

105.0

107.9

669.2

678.4

693.0

712.6

717.4

733.7

746.9

750.3

744.9

766.0

807.4

833.5

867.8

8792

899.0

917.1

71.8

74.4

75.6

772

78.1

79.0

80.9

82.6

83.0

82.5

85.8

89.4

91.7

91.8

94.0

96.0

98.7

547.0
450.3
394.1
562
77.4
78.2
33.5
44.7
20.2
24.5
-5.8
5.1
19.3

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

62.4
642.5

69.7

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

61.1
616.7

20

Net domestic product

570.7
4662
408.3
57.9
83.9
872
37.4
49.8
19.8
30.0
-9.0
5.6
20.6

594.8
486.3
422.2
64.1
87.6
98.4
40.5
57.9
20.1
37.8
-16.1
5.3
20.9

602.8
4992
433.7
65.5
81.8
98.7
40.5
582
20.9
37.3
-21.7
4.8
21.8

615.8
511.7
444.6
67.1
812
95.7
38.7
57.0
21.7
35.3
-19.0
4.5
22.9

634.5
526.5
4572
69.3
83.7
101.4
41.0
60.4
21.5
38.9
-23.4
5.6
24.3

638.4
538.1
465.8
72.3
74.1
102.9
39.7
632
20.5
42.7
-33.0
42
26.2

652.8
552.2
477.7
74.5
72.7
108.6
42.0
66.6
23.1
43.5
-38.3
2.4
27.9

664.4
566.5
489.5
77.0
68.7
119.9
46.8
73.1
22.3
50.8
-51.5
.3
29.2

667.3
570.3
491.5
78.8
67.0
105.3
40.4
64.9
20.9
44.0
-35.0
-3.2
30.0

662.4
563.2
484.7
78.5
70.1
88.3
33.0
55.3
25.0
30.3
-12.7
-5.5
29.1

680.1
566.6
487.1
79.6
84.5
98.6
36.8
61.8
24.4
37.4
-7.3
-6.8
29.0

718.0
585.0
501.6
83.4
104.4
124.6
All
76.8
24.3
52.5
-12.2
-8.0
28.5

741.8
606.4
518.4
88.0
107.1
128.0
48.5
79.5
25.3
54.2
-11.7
-92
28.2

776.0
630.4
537.7
92.8
117.6
139.5
54.6
84.9
242
60.7
-11.6
-10.3
28.0

785.2
646.9
550.3
96.6
110.9
137.9
53.5
84.4
27.8
56.6
-15.5
-11.4
27.3

803.0
665.6
564.6
101.0
110.2
137.4
52.7
84.7
28.8
55.8
-15.9
-11.2
27.2

818.4
683.8
578.7
105.1
107.2
134.5
51.0
83.5
30.3
53.3
-16.6
-10.7
27.5

Billions of 1987 dollars
Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corConsumption of fixed capital
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsid.
Domestic income




36

1,636.1 1,671.5 1,716.8 1,705.7 1,702.3 1,702.9 1,689.6 1,691.7 1,663.5 1,633.8 1,572.6 1,600.1 1,648.9 1,680.6 1,732.8 1,740.7 1,754.6 1,766.1
188.4
158.6
162.9
174.2
178.0
181.4
185.2
186.5
154.7
163.0
165.3
167.6
170.1
172.1
1762
183.0
156.6
179.8
1,481.4 1,514.9 1,558.2 1,542.8 1,539.3 1,537.7 1,522.0 1,521.5 1,491.5 1,459.6 1,396.5 1,422.0 1,4692 1,499.2 1,549.8 1,555.5 1,568.1 1,577.8
177.7
173.2
187.4
172.0
175.6
176.3
166.3
177.3
171.2
172.9
170.6
171.3
184.0
174.0
176.1
1802
182.3
1,315.1

1,342.9

1,382.6 1,366.4 1,361.6 1,360.4 1,350.8 1,348.7 1,318.3 1289.0 1227.1 1,250.8 12952 1,323.1 1,369.5 1,3732 1,384.1 1,390.4

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

45

Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars—Continued
1977

1978

1979

1980

Line

Billions of dollars

1,733.4

1,122.1

1,1812

1228.1

1,254.7

1,273.9

1,355.7

1,393.2

1,446.0

1,473.5

1,503.4

1,536.9

1,5722

1,615.8

1,610.2

1,651.8

116.8

121.1

123.9

128.2

133.2

136.9

141.9

146.8

152.5

159.3

164.9

170.5

174.7

181.0

189.4

195.3

1,005.3

1,060.1

1,104.3

1,126.5

1,140.7

1,218.8

1,251.4

1,299.2

1,321.0

1,344.1

1,372.0

1,401.7

1,441.1

1,429.2

1,462.4

1,538.1

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

107.3

109.3

112.0

114.7

116.9

122.7

122.6

126.5

128.4

130.1

132.4

135.6

139.7

145.8

151.7

158.3

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA

898.1
745.5
629.0
116.6
1362
170.0
67.5
102.6
28.4
74.2
-22 3
-11.6
16.4

950.8
776.1
654.0
122.2
156.5
183.8
73.1
110.7
28.7
82.0
-16.0
-11.3
18.3

992.2
800.6
673.7
126.9
170.6
191.2
75.8
115.5
30.0
85.4
-10.6
-10.1
21.0

1,011.8
826.0
694.2
131.8
163.8
192.4
75.8
116.6
32.2
84.3
-17.7
-11.0
22.0

1,023.8
847.8
712.1
135.8
152.2
186.2
70.8
115.4
32.8
82.6
-22.3
-11.7
23.8

1,096.1
889.1
746.2
142.9
182.3
220.0
85.5
134.6
31.8
102.8
-24.9
-12.8
24.7

1,128.8
917.1
769.2
147.9
184.0
222.3
86.5
135.8
36.5
99.3
-24.6
-13.8
27.6

1,172.7
951.8
797.9
153.9
189.8
232.5
91.2
141.3
38.9
102.4
-28.4
-14.3
31.2

1,192.6
981.8
823.1
158.7
177.3
229.8
89.1
140.7
37.7
102.9
-37.3
-15.3
33.5

1,214.0
1,005.6
843.1
162.5
172.3
231.1
89.5
141.6
37.6
104.1
-41.7
-17.2
36.2

1,239.6
1,035.7
868.1
167.6
164.4
227.9
88.4
139.5
34.6
104.8
-45.2
-18.2
39.5

1,266.1
1,063.6
891.2
172.4
159.1
219.9
85.0
134.9
36.9
98.0
-42.2
-18.6
43.3

1,301.4
1,090.6
913.5
177.0
156.7
230.6
96.2
134.4
37.2
97.2
-54.4
-19.6
54.2

1,283.4
1,099.0
920.3
178.7
127.1
182.5
74.4
108.1
49.3
58.8
-35.0
-20.4
57.3

1,310.7
1,120.0
937.5
182.5
133.2
196.9
80.2
116.7
40.6
76.1
-43.0
-20.7
57.5

1,379.8
1,168.0
976.9
191.1
153.8
213.6
88.2
125.4
44.0
81.3
-39.7
-20.1
58.0

67.1

702

73.3

76.8

80.8

85.3

90.4

94.6

95.4

97.9

97.8

1002

104.4

104.6

105.6

110.8

1,055.1

1,111.0

1,154.8

1,177.9

1,193.1

1,270.4

1,302.8

1,351.4

1,378.1

1,405.6

1,439.1

1,472.0

1,511.4

1,505.7

1,546.3

1,622.5

Gross domestic product of corporate business
Consumption of fixed capital
Net domestic product

CCAdj
Net interest
Gross domestic product of financial corporate
business.
Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corporate business.
Consumption of fixed capital

110.8

115.0

117.5

121.5

126.3

129.7

134.2

138.9

144.2

150.6

155.9

161.2

164.9

170.9

178.9

184.3

Net domestic product

944.3

996.1

1,037.3

1,056.4

1,066.8

1,140.8

1,168.6

1,212.5

1,234.0

1,254.9

1,283.2

1,310.9

1,346.4

1,334.8

1,367.4

1,438.2

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

100.8

102.7

105.2

107.6

109.7

115.1

114.9

118.6

120.4

121.9

124.0

127.0

130.7

136.4

142.0

148.3

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits

843.5
7022
593.6
108.6
113.7
146.5

893.4
731.5
617.6
114.0
132.4
158.7
60.1
98.6
30.8
67.7
-16.0
-10.3
29.5

932.1
754.7
636.2
118.5
145.1
164.7
62.4
102.4
32.4
69.9
-10.6
-9.1
32.3

948.8
778.8
655.6
123.2
137.0
164.6
61.9
102.6
34.8
67.9
-17.7
-9.9
33.1

957.1
799.1
672.2
126.9
124.1
157.3
55.8
101.4
35.3
66.1
-22.3
-10.9
33.9

1,025.7
838.5
704.7
133.8
151.7
188.6
69.4
119.2
34.4
84.8
-24.9
-12.0
35.4

1,053.6
864.9
726.3
138.6
151.9
189.3
69.5
119.8
38.7
81.1
-24.6
-12.9
36.9

1,094.0
898.1
753.7
144.4
156.8
198.6
73.6
125.1
40.5
84.6
-28.4
-13.4
39.1

1,113.6
926.9
777.9
149.0
145.7
197.2
71.3
125.9
39.8
86.1
-37.3
-14.2
41.0

1,133.0
949.1
796.5
152.6
141.0
198.5
71.1
127.4
39.9
87.5
-41.7
-15.9
42.9

1,159.2
977.5
820.0
157.4
134.9
196.7
69.9
126.8
37.6
89.3
-45.2
-16.6
46.9

1,183.9
1,003.5
841.6
161.9
130.8
189.7
66.1
123.7
39.7
83.9
-422
-16.7
49.6

1,215.7
1,028.1
862.0
166.1
129.8
201.6
77.3
124.3
39.6
84.7
-54.4
-17.4
57.8

1,198.4
1,034.2
866.9
167.3
105.7
158.7
56.3
102.4
52.1
50.3
-35.0
-18.0
58.5

1,225.4
1,053.1
882.3
170.8
114.0
175.2
63.7
111.5
43.9
67.6
-43.0
-18.2
58.3

1,289.9
1,098.4
919.5
179.0
133.4
190.7
70.7
120.0
46.4

1,989.3

1,989.9

2,002.9

2,011.5

1,949.8

1,954.7

2,007.5

219.9

IVA
CCAdj

I.

Net interest

552
91.3
29.8
61.5
-22.3
-10.5
27.6

73.6
-39.7
-17.6
58.1

Billions of 1987 dollars

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial cor*

1,801.3

1,858.9

1,900.3

1,906.3

1,907.2

1,971.6

1,979.9

2,009.8

Consumption of fixed capital
Not oofl)0stic product •
•• .•••
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subskj.
Domestic income

190.4
1,611.0
190.0

194.0
1,664.9

194.5
1,705.8
192.5

196.7

201.6
1,770.0

209.4

213.4

216.4

201.0

1,803.0
202.8

1,791.2
205.6

1,775.9
202.7

1,773.4
204.0

219.5
1,783.4
204.1

1,791.6

195.7

2042
1,775.6
202.0

206.8

1,709.6
194.6

200.8
1,706.4

190.3

202.9

222.5
1,727.4
195.7

226.7
1,728.0
195.9

1,780.8
198.7

1,421.0

1,474.6

1,513.3

1,515.0

1,510.7

1,569.0

1,573.6

1,6002

1,585.6

1,5732

1,569.5

1,579.2

1,588.7

1,531.7

1,532.1

1,582.1




2,000.6

226.7

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

46

Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars—Continued
1981

1982

Line

1983

j_^
Billions of dollars

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corporate business.
Consumption of fixed capital .
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

:

1,897.6

1,920.2

1,931.7

1,934.4

1,972.3

2,053.0

2,108.5

2,185.1

2,250.6

2,306.9

2,338.1

236.7

235.3

240.5

245.4

253.7

248.2

250.7

254.2

277.7

260.6

260.7

264.6

277.5

1,620.6

1,678.4

1,663.8

1,662.3

1,679.7

1,686.3

1,680.7

1,724.1

1,802.3

1,854.4

1,907.4

1,990.0

2,046.2

2,073.5

2,106.9

174.6

178.4

180.2

180.9

178.8

179.6

181.7

185.1

186.8

197.7

203.5

207.8

213.4

220.4

224.2

227.9

1,442.2
1,226.6
1,025.9
200.7
149.5
196.4
79.7
116.7
53.3
63.4
-25.9
-21.0
66.1

1,498.2
1,256.6
1,050.0
206.6
164.8
203.9
83.4
120.5
57.0
63.5
-18.9
-20.3
76.9

1,482.9
1,270.7
1,060.6
210.1
136.7
177.3
70.3
106.9
57.1
49.8
-18.6
-21.9
75.5

1,483.5
1,281.7
1,068.6
213.2
118.8
150.1
63.0
87.1
57.3
29.8
-12.0
-19.4
83.0

1,500.1
1,290.8
1,075.0
215.8
125.1
151.6
64.9
86.7
48.6
38.1
-9.4
-17.1
84.2

1,504.6
1,299.7
1,081.6
218.1
129.8
152.9
65.7
87.2
53.0
34.2
-9.8
-13.4
75.1

1,495.6
1,301.9
1,083.2
218.7
121.2
139.4
58.7
80.7
56.9
23.8
-8.6
-9.6
72.5

1,537.3
1,315.3
1,094.4
220.9
149.3
145.2
59.8
85.4
65.6
19.8

1,650.9
1,377.7
1,147.2
230.5
198.0
202.2
88.0
114.2
71.3
42.9
-18.5
14.3
75.2

1,699.6
1,424.6
1,186.5
238.2
195.5
190.2
82.2
108.0
71.6
36.4
-7.6
12.9
79.5

1,776.7
1,461.5
1,217.1
244.4
233.2
227.6
103.4
124.2
73.0
51.2
-13.9
19.5
81.9

1,825.8
1,498.4
1,248.2
250.3
240.6
223.9
101.5
122.4
71.6
50.8
-7.0
23.7
86.8

1,849.3
1,529.9
1,275.6
254.3
227.7
196.5
87.5
109.0
70.3
38.8

1,879.0
1,554.9
1,298.4
256.5
230.6

.6
3.4
111

1,604.6
1,345.0
1,119.3
225.7
186.5
183.9
78.9
105.0
69.9
35.1
-8.4
11.1
73.0

113.9

110.2

110.7

109.1

107.7

115.3

121.5

128.1

137.9

144.8

143.9

147.9

152.0

153.6

152.4

1,687.5

1,725.1

1,7902

1,791.4

1,789.9

1,804.9

1,810.1

1,806.3

1,834.4

1,9082

1,964.6

2,0372

2,098.6

2,153.3

2,185.7

202.6

209.8

223.5

221.6

226.4

230.8

238.8

233.1

235.4

238.4

261.5

243.8

243.3

246.6

1,495.3

Gross domestic product of financial corporate
business.

1,900.5

222.5

1922

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

1,900.9

214.7

1,423.0
1,201.5
1,005.1
196.3
160.2
221.1
91.2
130.0
49.4
80.6
-39.4
-21.5
61.3

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

1,835.3

1,597.7

Net domestic product

1,801.4
203.7

Gross domestic product of corporate business
Consumption of fixed capital

1,522.5

1,580.4

1,567.9

1,568.3

1,578.5

1,579.3

1,567.5

1,601.4

1,672.8

1,726.2

1,775.7

1,854.8

1,910.0

1,939.1

164.0

167.8

169.6

170.0

167.6

167.9

169.6

172.6

174.3

184.6

190.2

194.0

199.5

206.2

209.4

1,331.2
1,129.9
945.8
184.0
139.3
197.4
73.0
124.5
50.1
74.3
-39.4
-18.7
62.1

1,354.6
1,153.9
965.5
188.4
133.7
177.9
62.9
115.0
52.3
62.7
-25.9
-18.3
67.1

1,410.8
1,181.6
987.7
193.9
150.1
186.5
66.4
120.1
54.9
65.2
-18.9
-17.5
79.1

1,397.9
1,193.8
996.8
197.0
124.7
162.2
53.3
108.9
56.5
52.4
-18.6
-18.9
79.4

1,400.7
1,202.6
1,003.1
199.5
113.0
141.1
47.8
93.3
59.0
34.3
-12.0
-16.1
85.0

1,410.6
1,208.8
1,007.2
201.6
115.7
138.7
48.4
90.4
51.9
38.5
-9.4
-13.6
86.1

1,409.7
1,214.6
1,011.3
203.2
115.7
135.4
48.3
87.1
55.9
31.2
-9.8
-9.9
79.4

1,394.9
1,213.9
1,010.5
203.4
101.5
116.5
40.6
75.9
59.0
16.9
-8.6
-6.4
79.6

1,427.0
1,224.4
1,019.2
205.2
126.9
120.2
42.2
78.0
64.7
13.3

1,488.2
1,251.7
1,042.0
209.7
161.4
156.7
60.8
95.9
66.7
29.2
-8.4
13.2
75.0

1,536.0
1,282.9
1,068.5
214.4
176.0
178.5
70.3
108.1
67.2
40.9
-18.5
16.1
77.0

1,581.7
1,327.6
1,105.7
221.9
175.2
168.1
64.4
103.7
67.4
36.3
-7.6
14.7
78.9

1,655.3
1,362.6
1,134.8
227.8
212.6
205.1
83.0
122.1
69.9
52.2
-13.9
21.3
80.2

1,703.8
1,398.0
1,164.5
233.5
221.0
202.5
81.0
121.5
70.2
51.3
-7.0
25.5
84.7

1,729.7
1,426.5
1,189.2
237.2
212.3
179.5
68.0
111.5
69.2
42.3
31.8
91.0

211.4
169.0
62.6
106.4
68.7
37.7
3.5
38.9
95.8

.6
6.1
75.8

1.1
30.2
91.6

1.1

2,384.4

189.3
83.8
105.5
70.0
35.5
3.5
37.7

93.5
1562
2,228.2

258.9
1,969.4
212.4
1,756.9
1,449.7
1,210.3

239.4

Billions of 1987 dollars

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corporate business.

2,024.1

2,0342

2,061.4

2,020.7

2,003.1

2,0012

2,001.5

1,999.6

2,012.4

2,091.9

2,140.6

2,2042

2,238.8

2,278.8

2,290.4

2,328.4

Consumption of fixed capital
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsid.
Domestic income

229.0
1,795.1

233.6
1,800.6
199.7

235.0
1,826.4

244.2
1,776.6

241.2
1,760.3

253.2
2,025.6
218.2

267.0
2,061.4

212.2

255.3
1,983.5
213.9

255.5
2,034.9

196.7

1,889.6
207.6

274.7
1,929.5

197.4

248.3
1,843.6
203.6

251.0

197.7

247.2
1,752.4
198.4

244.5
1,767.9

199.6

237.5
1,765.6
198.1

239.4
1,761.8

199.9

218.9

221.2

1,595.2

1,600.9

1,626.8

1,578.9

1,567.5

1,564.3

1,563.6

1,554.0

1,568.2

1,640.0

1.682.0

1,717.3

1,769.5

1,807.4

1,816.1

1,840.2




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Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars—Continued
1985

1987

1988

Line

Billions of dollars

3,097.4

2,410.9

2,532.0

2,575.0

2,571.4

2,602.5

2,639.0

2,687.6

2,753.4

2,815.7

2,864.5

2,918.1

2,983.0

3,032.6

279.7

284.0

288.1

292.5

296.1

300.0

303.0

305.8

308.3

313.8

320.0

325.0

329.3

336.3

2,175.0

2,221.2

2,247.9

2,287.0

2,278.9

2,306.4

2,338.9

2,384.6

2,447.6

2,507.3

2,598.1

2,658.0

2,703.3

2,761.2

230.9

238.4

239.3

242.7

252.8

244.7

255.5

255.4

256.4

262.2

268.1

268.9

274.5

278.4

283.8

287.6

1,907.8
1,579.3
1,320.8
258.5
237.4
191.4
95.6
95.8
73.3
22.5

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

2,500.9

275.4

2,138.7

Net domestic product

2,450.4

272.2

Gross domestic product of corporate business
Consumption of fixed capital

1,936.6
1,600.7
1,340.9
259.7
246.4
187.3
93.1
94.2
85.0

1,981.8
1,624.2
1,362.3
261.9
265.6
200.8
99.7
101.1
81.5
19.6

2,034.2
1,682.5
1,411.5
271.0
253.4
174.8
102.4
72.4
88.5
-16.1

2,050.9
1,718.8
1,442.6
276.2
230.4
182.8
104.5
78.3
93.1
-14.7
41.1
101.7

2,083.5
1,743.6
1,465.3
278.4
232.1
203.2
116.6
86.6
93.0
-6.4
-10.7
39.6
107.8

2,128.2
1,770.1
1,489.7
280.5
248.2
216.6
110.8
105.8
94.0
11.8
-10.0
41.6
109.9

2,185.3
1,792.7
1,512.1
280.6
278.5
247.4
126.5
120.8
89.0
31.9
-13.9
45.1
114.2

2,239.3
1,828.1
1,543.8
284.3
298.4
265.4
135.8
129.5
87.5
42.1
-16.1
49.2
112.8

2,281.8
1,873.5
1,582.3
291.2
296.2
264.1
135.2
128.9
95.7
33.2
-17.8
49.9
112.1

2,323.6
1,904.1
1,606.5
297.6
305.8
275.8
126.6
149.2
74.2
75.1
-18.8
48.8
113.7

2,379.6
1,947.8
1,641.7
306.1
317.7
296.4
135.7
160.7
85.5
75.2
-26.1
47.4
114.1

2,419.5
1,985.1
1,671.2
313.9
316.3
304.1
139.6
164.4
99.3
65.2
-32.6
44.8
118.1

2,473.6
2,023.8
1,702.0
321.9
323.7
317.6
146.2
171.4
85.6
85.7
-31.7

50.9
98.3

2,034.2
1,696.8
1,423.2
273.6
239.0
178.9
102.6
76.3
97.4
-21.1
15.4
44.7
98.4

2,550.7 •

-32

203.2

210.5

212.7

216.1

225.0

235.4

234.4

237.0

230.7

239.9

247.1

2,274.2

2,317.6

2,338.8

2,371.9

2,360.9

2,389.7

2,422.8

2,462.6

2,517.9

2,581.2

2,627.6

2,687.4

2,743.1

2,785.4

256.0

259.7

263.4

266.7

270.2

272.9

275.8

278.0

279.9

281.7

286.1

291.3

295.4

298.7

2,018.3

2,057.9

2,075.4

2,105.2

2,090.7

2,116.8

2,147.1

2,184.6

2,238.1

2,299.6

2,341.4

2,396.1

2,447.7

2,486.7

2,538.8

221.2

221.4

223.8

233.2

224.5

234.2

233.6

234.2

239.4

244.8

245.4

250.9

254.7

259.9

263.1

1,775.9
1,471.7
1,230.5
241.2
211.3
164.7
69.6
95.1
70.8
24.3
-3.2
49.8
92.9

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

1932

214.7

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsidies.

183.3

1,990.6

Net domestic product

176-2

253.1

Consumption of fixed capital

59.2
92.0

2,243.7

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corporate business.

56.7
89.5

2,005.2
1,657.3
1,391.0
266.3
250.4
197.4
97.6
99.8
85.5
14.3
-3.8
56.9
97.6

167.2

Gross domestic product of financial corporate

9.2
2.4

49.2
91.2

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with IVA and CCAdj
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits '.
IVA
CCAdj
Net interest

1,797.1
1,490.3
1,248.0
242.3
216.4
157.2
65.8
91.4
78.4
13.0

1,836.5
1,510.6
1,266.5
244.2
236.6
171.8
73.2
98.6
74.0
24.6

1,851.6
1,540.1
1,291.9
248.3
221.4
168.4
71.1
97.2
74.7
22.5
-3.8
56.9
90.0

1,872.0
1,559.7
1,307.5
252.2
218.5
139.5
71.2
68.3
75.0
-6.7

1,866.2
1,568.5
1,314.5
254.0
201.6
140.7
70.5
70.2
79.5
-9.3
15.4
45.6
96.0

1,882.7
1,586.5
1,330.3
256.2
196.5
147.8
74.1
73.6
75.6
-1.9

1,913.5
1,611.4
1,352.7
258.7
198.6
168.5
86.5
82.0
75.2
-10.7
40.8
103.5

1,998.6
1,652.4
1,392.3
260.1
242.0
210.5
92.9
117.5
74.8
42.8
-13.9
45.5
104.2

2,054.8
1,687.1
1,423.0
264.1
261.5
228.4
101.6
126.9
76.1
50.8
-16.1
49.2
106.2

2,096.0
1,730.1
1,459.4
270.7
256.8
224.8
99.6
125.1
84.0
41.2
-17.8
49.8
109.2

2,145.2
1,757.2
1,480.7
276.5
273.3
243.3
95.9
147.4
70.9
76.5
-18.8
48.8
114.7

2,193.0
1,798.0
1,513.6
284.3
275.7
254.3
101.1
153.2
79.9
73.3
-26.1
47.5
119.3

2,226.8
1,832.9
1,541.3
291.6
270.0
257.5
102.0
155.5
92.8
62.7
-32.6
45.1
123.9

2,275.7
1,868.8
1,569.8

6.6

1,950.4
1,630.3
1,370.7
259.6
216.6
184.3
79.7
104.6
76.8
27.8
-10.0
42.3
103.5

2,651.1

2,680.3

2,688.8

2,719.0

285.9

5.6

2.4

5.6

56.8
90.4

59.1
89.3

111

111
51.3
93.8

6.6

42.1
99.7

6.8

37.9
126.0
254.2
2,843.2
304.5

298.9
278.5
271.4

107.9
163.5
84.3

79.2
-31.7
38.8
128.4

Billions of 1987 dollars

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial corporate business.

2,322.4

2,348.9

2,388.9

2,396.9

2,431.5

2,423.3

2,438.9

2,463.3

2,483.5

2,525.5

2,576.3

2,604.0

Consumption of fixed capital
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus business transfer payments less subsid.
Domestic income

260.6
2,061.8
223.5

263.3
2,085.5
225.0

266.1
2,122.8
228.0

268.7
2,128.2
228.4

270.9

273.1
2,150.3

275.1

2,160.7
230.3

2,163.8
238.4

277.0
2,186.4
239.0

278.7
2,204.8
236.7

280.5
2,245.0
241.4

282.3
2,294.0
243.0

284.1
2,319.9

234.1

242.8

2,365.1
246.3

287.8
2,392.5
248.1

289.6
2,399.1
249.6

291.4
2,427.7
252.7

1,838.3

1,860.6

1,894.8

1,899.8

1,930.4

1,916.2

1,925.4

1,947.3

1,968.1

2,003.6

2,051.0

2,077.2

2,118.8

2,144.4

2,149.6

2,175.0




40

48

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

2. Personal Income and Outlays
Table 2.1 .—Personal Income and Its Disposition
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Personal income .
Wage and salary disbursements
Commodity-producing industries
Manufacturing .
Distributive industries .
Service industries
Government

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

391.2

409.2

426.5

453.4

476.4

510.7

552.9

601.7

646.5

709.9

773.7

831.0

893.5

980.5

1,098.7

259.8
109.9
86.9
65.1
38.8
46.0

272.8
113.4
89.8
68.6
41.7
49.2

280.5
114.0
89.9
69.6
44.4
52.4

299.3
122.2
96.8
73.3
47.6
56.3

314.8
127.4
100.7
76.8
50.7
60.0

337.7
136.0
107.3
82.0
54.9
64.9

363.7

428.9
169.0
134.3
101.6
72.0
86.4

471.9
184.1
146.0
110.8
80.4
96.6

518.3
200.4
157.7
121.7
90.6
105.5

551.5
203.7
158.4
131.2
99.4
117.1

583.9
209.1
160.5
140.4
107.9
126.5

638.7

146.6
115.7
87.9
59.4
69.9

400.3
161.6
128.2
95.1
65.3
78.3

708.7
255.9
196.6
170.3
133.9
148.7

19.9

21.7

25 2

28.5

32.5

36.7

43.0

492

70.9

75.1

78.9

79.9

86.2

97.4

116.5

228.2
175.6
153.3
119.7
137.4

Other labor income

10.6

11.2

11.8

13.0

14.0

15.7

17.8

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm

51.7

51.9

54.3

56.4

57.7

60.5

65.0

10.7
41.1

11.2
40.6

11.9
42.4

11.9
44.5

11.8
45.9

10.6
49.8

12.9
52.1

14.0
55.3

12.7
58.2

12.7
62.4

14.4
64.5

14.6
65.3

15.2
70.9

19.1
78.3

32.2
84.3

14.7

15.3

15.8

16.5

17.1

17.3

18.0

18.5

19.4

18.2

18.0

17.8

18.2

16.8

17.3

25.1

23.5

23.5

25.5

27.7

69.2

75.7

81.8

94.1
127.9
60.4

Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment.
Personal dividend income

12.7

13.4

14.0

15.0

16.1

18.0

20.2

20.9

22.1

24.5

Personal interest income

22.7

25.0

26.9

29.3

32.4

36.1

40.3

44.9

49.5

54.6

Transfer payments to persons
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance
benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits .,
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
Aid to families with dependent children
Other

27.0
10.2

28.8
11.1

32.8

362

37.9

15.2

16.0

41.1
18.1

45.7
20.8

54.6
25.5

632
30.2

70.3
32.9

84.6
38.5

100.1
44.5

111.8

12.6

34.1
14.3

2.8
4.6
2.8
6.7
.9
5.7

3.0
4.6
3.1
7.0
1.0
6.1

4.3
5.0
3.4
7.6
1.1
6.5

3.1
4.7
3.7
8.3
1.3
7.0

3.0
4.8
4.2
8.9
1.4
7.6

2.7
4.7
4.7
9.7
1.5
8.2

2.3
4.9
5.2
10.6
1.7
9.0

1.9
4.9
6.1

12.1
1.9

2.2
5.6
6.9
14.4
2.3

2.1
5.9
7.6
17.3
2.8

2.2
6.7
8.7
19.7
3.5

10.3

12.2

14.5

16.2

4.0
7.7
10.2
24.3
4.8
19.4

5.8
8.8
11.8
29.2
6.2
23.0

5.7
9.7
13.8
33.0
6.9
26.1

7.9

9.3

9.7

10.3

11.8

12.6

13.3

44.5

48.7

50.3

54.8

58.0

56.0

61.9

Equals: Disposable personal income

346.7

360.5

376.2

398.7

418.4

454.7

491.0

Less: Personal outlays

324.7

339.9

351.3

372.8

393.7

423.1

456.5

318.1
6.1
.4

332.4
7.0
.5

343.5
7.3
.5

364.4
7.8
.5

384.2
8.9
.6

412.5
10.0
.7

444.6
11.t
.8

481.6
12.0
.8

22.0

20.6

24.9

25.9

24.6

31.6

34.6

1,284.9

1,313.0

1,356.4

1,414.8

1,461.1

1,5622

1,653.5

1,958
7,256
177.1

1,994
7,264
180.8

2,048
7,382
183.7

2,137
7,583
186.6

2,210
7,718
189.3

2,369
8,140
191.9

2,527
8,508
194.3

6.3

5.7

6.6

6.5

5.9

6.9

7.0

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance
Less: Personal tax and nontax payments

Personal consumption expenditures
Interest paid by persons
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)
Equals: Personal saving
Addenda:
Disposable personal income:
Total, billions of 1987 dollars
Per capita:
Current dollars
1987 dollars
Population (mid-period, millions)
Personal saving as percentage of disposable
personal income.
See note at end of table.




49.6

4.4
10.4
16.0
36.7

7.2
29.5

275

30.7

34.5

42.6

109.0

108.7

132.0

140.6

722.0

784.9

848.5

958.1

664.5

719.4

788.7

872.0

646.5
16.8
1.2

700.3
17.8
1.3

767.8
19.6
1.3

848.1
22.4

43.3

57.5

65.4

59.7

86.1

1,886.8

1,947.4

2,025.3

2,099.9

2,186.2

2,334.1

3,077
9,399
200.7

3274
9,606
202.7

3,521
9,875
205.1

3,779
10,111
207.7

4,042
10,414
209.9

4,521
11,013
211.9

7.1

6.5

8.0

8.3

7.0

9.0

17.8

20.6

22.9

262

71.0

77.9

92.1

109.9

530.7

568.6

617.8

663.8

494.4

522.8
509.3
12.5
1.0

573.9
559.1
13.8
1.0

620.5
603.7
15.7
1.1

36.3

45.8

43.8

1,734.3

1,811.4

8,822
196.6

2,861
9,114
198.8

6.8

8.1

1.4

49

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.1 .—Personal Income and Its Disposition—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Personal income
Wage and salary disbursements
Commodity-producing industries
Manufacturing
Distributive industries
Service industries
Government

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1,205.7

1,307.3

1,446.3

1,601.3

1,807.9

2,033.1

2565.4

2,534.7

2,690.9

2,862.5

3,154.6

3,379.8

3,590.4

3,802.0

4,075.9

772.6
276.5
211.8
186.8
148.6
160.9

814.6
277.1
211.6
198.1
163.4
176.0

899.5
309.7
238.0
219.5
181.6
188.6

993.9
346.1
266.7
242.7
202.8
202.3

1,120.7
392.6
300.1
274.9
233.7
219.4

1,255.4
442.1
334.9
308.4
267.7
237.3

1,376.6
471.9
355.7
336.4
306.9
261.4

1,515.6
513.7
386.9
368.1
348.1
285.7

1,593.3
513.5
384.3
385.8
386.5
307.5

1,684.7
525.1
397.7
406.2
427.4
325.9

1,849.8
580.8
439.8
445.4
475.8
347.8

1,986.5
612.2
461.3
475.9
524.5
373.9

2,105.4
628.5
473.8
501.7
579.5
395.7

2,2615
651.8
490.1
536.9
650.7
421.8

2,443.0
699.1
524.5
575.3
719.6
449.0

56.5

65.9

79.7

94.7

110.1

124.3

139.8

153.0

165.4

174.6

184.7

191.&

200.7

210.4

230.5

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm

115.3

121.2

132.9

146.4

167.7

181.8

171.8

180.8

170.7

186.7

236.0

259.9

283.7

310.2

324.3

25.5
89.8

23.7
97.5

18.3
114.6

17.1
129.4

21.5
146.2

24.7
157.0

11.5
160.3

21.2
159.6

13.5
157.3

2.4
184.3

21.3
214.7

21.5
238.4

22.3
261.5

31.3
279.0

30.9
293.4

Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment.

15.8

13.5

12.1

9.0

8.9

8.4

135

20.8

21.9

22.1

23.3

18.7

8.7

3.2

4.3

87.9

Other labor income

Personal dividend income

29.6

29.2

34.7

39.4

445

50.4

57.1

66.9

67.1

77.8

78.8

Personal interest income

112.4

123.0

134.6

155.7

184.5

223.2

274.0

336.1

376.8

397.5

461.9

Transfer payments to persons
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance
benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
Aid to families with dependent children
Other

151.3
70.1

190.2
81.4

208.3
92.9

223.3
104.9

241.6
116.2

270.7
131.8

321.5
154.2

365.9
182.0

408.1
204.5

4385
221.7

452.9
235.7

6.8
11.8
19.0
43.6
7.9
35.7

17.6
14.5
22.7
53.9
9.2
44.7

15.8
14.4
26.1
59.1
10.1
49.1

12.7
13.8
29.0
62.9
10.6
52.4

9.7
13.9
32.7
69.1
10.7
58.4

9.8
14.4
36.9
77.8
11.0
66.8

16.1
15.0
43.0
93.2
12.4
80.8

15.9
16.1
49.4
102.7
13.0
89.7

25.2
16.4
54.6
107.4
13.3
94.1

26.3
16.6
58.0
116.3
14.2
102.1

15.8
16.4
60.9
124.0
14.8
109.2

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance
Less: Personal tax and nontax payments
Equals: Disposable personal income
Less: Personal outlays
Personal consumption expenditures
Interest paid by persons
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)
Equals: Personal saving
Addenda:
Disposable personal income:
Total, billions of 1987 dollars
Per capita:
Current dollars
1987 dollars
Population (mid-period, millions)
Personal saving as percentage of disposable
personal income.
See note at end of table.




104.7

100.4

108.4

531.7

548.1

583.2

485.9
253.4

517.8
269.2

5425
282.9

576.7
300.4

15.7
16.7
66.6
133.5
15.4
118.1

16.3
16.7
70.7
144.9
16.4
128.5

14.5
16.6
76.0
152.2
16.7
135.5

13.4
16.9
82.2
163.7
17.3
146.5

47.9

50.4

55.5

615

104.5

112.3

119.7

132.8

149.1

162.1

173.6

194.5

159.1

156.4

182.3

210.0

240.1

2805

312.4

3605

371.4

368.8

395.1

436.8

459.0

512.5

527.7

1,046.5

1,1505

1,264.0

1,391.3

1,567.8

1,753.0

1,9525

2,174.5

2,319.6

2,493.7

2,759.5

2,943.0

3,131.5

3,289.5

3,5485

953.1

1,050.6

1,171.0

1,303.4

1,460.0

1,629.6

1,799.1

1,982.6

2,120.1

2,325.1

2,537.5

2,753.7

2,944.0

3,147.5

3,392.5

927.7
24.2
1.2
93.4

1,024.9
24.5
1.2
100.3

1,143.1
26.7
1.2
93.0

1,271.5
30.7
1.2
87.9

1,421.2
37.5
1.3

1,748.1
49.4
1.6
153.8

1,926.2
54.6
1.8

2,059.2
58.8
2.1

2,667.4
83.6
2.7

2,850.6
90.9
2.5

3,052.2
92.3
3.0

3,296.1
93.7
2.7

191.8

199.5

2,257.5
65.7
1.8
168.7

2,460.3
75.0
2.3

107.8

1,583.7
44.5
1.4
123.3

222.0

189.3

187.5

142.0

155.7

2,317.0

2,355.4

2,440.9

2,512.6

2,638.4

2,710.1

2,733.6

2,795.8

2,820.4

2,893.6

3,080.1

3,162.1

3,261.9

3,289.5

3,404.3

4,893
10,832
213.9

5,329
10,906
216.0

5,796
11,192
218.1

6,316
11,406
220.3

7,042
11,851
222.6

7,787
12,039
225.1

8,576
12,005
227.7

9,455
12,156
230.0

9,989
12,146
2322

10,642
12,349
234.3

11,673
13,029
236.4

12,339
13,258
238.5

13,010
13,552
240.7

13,545
13,545
242.9

14,477
13,890
245.1

8.9

8.7

7.4

6.3

6.9

7.0

7.9

6.8

8.0

6.4

6.0

4.3

4.4

81.0

50

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8
Table 2.1 .—Personal Income and Its Disposition—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1959

1961

1963

1962

Une
382.4

390.9

392.9

398.5

404.4

408.9

254.0
107.5
84.8
63.7
37.4
45.4

260.5
111.3
88.1
65.1
38.3
45.8

260.9
110.0
87.2
65.6
39.1
46.2

263.9
110.7
87.6
662
40.3
46.7

270.7
114.8
91.4
67.6
40.6
47.7

273.4
114.5
90.8
68.8
41.4
48.6

Other labor Income

10.1

10.5

10.8

10.9

11.0

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm

51.6

51.9

51.5

51.8

51.0

11.4
40.2

10.6
41.3

10.0
41.5

10.7
412

14.1

14.5

14.9

152

Personal income
Wage and salary disbursements
Commodity-producing industries
Manufacturing ..
Distributive industries
Service industries
Government

Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment.

412.6

416.3

4222

429.4

4382

443.7

451.3

456.5

462.1

466.8

471.8

273.9
113.0
89.3
69.0
42.1
49.8

273.3
111.2
87.6
68.9
42.7
50.5

273.8
110.6
87.0
68.7
43.4
51.1

277.6
112.8
44.1
51.8

2822
114.8
90.6
70.0
44.6
52.8

288.4
117.8
93.2
70.8
45.5
54.1

2932
119.6
94.9
72.0
46.4
55.3

298.7
122.3
96.9
73.1
47.4
55.9

301.1
123.1
97.4
73.7
47.9
56.4

3042
123.7
97.9
74.4
48.5
57.6

307.9
124.7
98.8
75.1
49.6
58.6

312.3
126.4
100.0
76.3
50.3
59.3

112

11.3

11.4

11.5

11.7

115

122

^2J5

12.9

132

13.5

13.6

13.7

51.9

52.0

52.5

53.4

53.6

54.5

55.8

55.9

56.1

56.6

57.0

56.9

57.0

10.0
40.9

11.1
40.8

11.6
40.4

12.2
40.3

12.1
41.4

11.4
42.2

11.7
42.8

12.4
43.4

12.1
43.9

11.7
44.5

11.7
44.9

12.2
44.9

11.9
45.0

11.5
45.4

15.2

15.3

15.4

15.5

15.6

15.8

15.9

16.1

162

16.3

16.6

16.9

17.0

172

Personal dividend income

122

12.6

12.9

13.1

13.3

13.3

13.6

13.5

13.6

13.7

14.0

14.6

14.6

15.1

152

15.3

15.6

16.0

Personal interest income

21.6

222

22.9

23.8

24.8

24.8

25.1

25.5

25.8

26.5

272

28.0

27.8

28.9

30.0

30.8

31.0

31.7

Transfer payments to persons
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance
benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
Aid to families with dependent children
Other

26.5
9.7

26.6
10.0

27.0
10.3

27.7
10.6

27.6
10.8

28.3
11.0

29.1
11.3

302
11.5

32.1
12.0

33.0
12.3

33.3
12.8

33.0
13.4

33.6
13.8

33.6
14.1

34.1
14.5

34.9
14.8

36.4
14.9

35.6
152

3.1
4.7
2.6
6.5
.9
5.6

2.6
4.6
2.7
6.6
.9
5.7

2.5
4.6
2.8
6.7
.9
5.8

2.8
4.5
2.9
6.8
.9
5.9

2.5
4.5
3.0
6.9
1.0
5.9

2.7
4.5
3.0
7.0
1.0
6.0

3.1
4.6
3.1
7.1
1.0
6.1

3.6
4.7
3.2
7.2
1.0
6.2

4.1
5.4
3.2
7.4
1.1
6.4

5.1
4.7
3.3
7.5
1.1
6.4

4.3
5.1
3.4
7.7
1.2
6.5

3.7
4.6
3.5
7.8
1.2
6.6

3.4
4.7
3.6
8.1
1.3
6.9

3.1
4.6
3.7
8.2
1.3
6.9

3.0
4.6
3.8
8.4
1.3
7.1

3.0
4.8
3.8
8.5
1.3
7.2

3.1
5.7
3.9
8.8
1.3
7.4

3.0
4.5
4.1
8.8
1.3
7.5

9.5

11.7

7.8

8.0

7.9

8.0

92

92

9.3

9.3

9.6

9.7

9.8

102

10.3

10.3

10.4

11.6

42.8

44.1

44.9

46.0

47.7

48.7

49.1

49.4

49.9

50.5

51.3

52.4

542

55.5

56.9

57.4

57.8

Equals: Disposable personal income

339.5

346.8

348.0

352.4

356.7

3602

362.0

363.1

372.3

378.8

386.9

391.3

397.1

400.9

4052

409.4

414.0

Less: Personal outlays

316.7

322.8

328.4

330.8

334.5

340.8

341.0

343.3

344.1

349.1

352.2

359.7

364.3

370.5

374.9

381.5

385.3

310.5
5.8
.4
22.8

316.4
6.0
.4

321.7
6.3
.5
19.6

323.8
6.5
.5

327.3
6.7
.4
22.2

333.4
7.0
.4
19.5

333.4
7.1
.5

335.5
7.2
.5
19.8

336.4
7.3
.5

341.4
7.3
.4
232

344.4
7.3
.5
26.6

351.7
7.5
.5
27.3

3562
7.5
.5
27.1

362.2
7.7
.5
26.6

366.4
8.0
.5
26.0

372.7
8.2
.5
23.7

376.3
8.4
.7
24.1

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance
Less: Personal tax and nontax payments

Personal consumption expenditures
Interest paid by persons
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)
Equals: Personal saving
Addenda:
Disposable personal income:
Total, billions of 1987 dollars
Per capita:
Current dollars . . . .
...
1987 dollars
Population (mid-period, millions)
Personal saving as percentage of disposable per*
sonal income.
See note at end of table.




24.0

21.7

20.9

22.6

380.6
8.7
24.1

1,267.7 1,288.4 1,285.1 1,2982 1,309.4 1,314.4 1,314.4 1,313.8 1,328.2 1,347.6 1,362.6 1,387.2 1,399.0 1,410.9 1,420.6 1,428.8 1,438.9 1,449.3
1,929
7,201
176.0

1,962
7,290
176.7

1,961
7,241
177.5

1,977
7282
178.3

1,985
7,287
179.7

1,998
7,288
180.3

1,999
7,258
181.1

1,996
7,222
181.9

2,008
7,272
182.6

2,031
7,351
183.3

2,058
7,401
184.1

2,093
7,503
184.9

2,109
7,540
185.6

2,133
7,577
1862

2,145
7,600
186.9

2,159
7,613
187.7

2,174
7,641
188.3

2,192
7,672
188.9

6.7

6.9

5.6

62

62

5.4

5.8

5.5

62

62

7.0

7.0

6.9

6.7

6.5

5.9

5.9

5.8

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

51

Table 2.1 .—Personal Income and Its Disposition—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1964

1963

1965

1967

1966

Line
Personal income
Wage and salary disbursements
commodity-producing industries
Manufacturing
Distributive industries
Service industries
Government

478.6

488.1

497.0

505.7

515.4

524.6

534.8

544.8

559.0

572.9

584.3

593.9

607.5

621.1

631.1

638.6

652.3

664.0

316.8
128.3
101.2
77.3
51.0
60.1

3222
130.0
102.9
78.3
51.9
61.9

328.2
132.0
104.3
79.8
53.4
63.1

334.8
135.0
106.5
812
54.4
64.1

341.2
137.6
108.7
82.8
55.3
65.5

346.8
139.2
109.6
84.3
56.4
66.8

352.8
142.9
112.8
85.5
57.0
67.4

358.8
144.9
114.2
58.5
68.5

3662
147.1
116.3
88.4
602
70.4

377.1
151.4
119.4
90.6
62.0
73.1

385.7
155.9
123.2
92.1
62.8
74.9

395.9
160.6
1272
94.2
64.2
76.8

406.1
163.9
130.1
96.2
66.3
79.7

413.4
166.1
132.3
97.8
67.7
81.9

418.8
166.6
132.6
99.5
69.3
83.4

423.5
166.7
132.6
100.8
71.1
84.9

431.9
169.8
134.8
102.3
72.9
87.0

441.5
172.7
137.2
103.9
74.6
90.3

15.5

20.7

21.0

21.2

21.8

22.5

69.7

72.0

722

Other labor income

14.0

14.5

15.0

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm

57.7

59.1

59.2

11.6
46.1

12.1
47.0

10.7
48.5

17.0

172

17.4

Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment.

16.0

16.5

17.0

17.6

18.1

18.7

192

19.7

20.1

60.8

62.3

62.9

64.4

65.4

67.5

70.3

68.3

68.9

10.0
49.8

10.2
50.5

11.7
50.6

11.9
51.0

12.7
51.6

13.2
52.2

13.9
53.6

15.6
54.7

13.4
54.9

13.4
55.5

13.6
562

12.5
57.2

12.0
57.8

12.9
59.0

13.3
58.9

17.3

17.3

17.3

17.6

18.0

18.3

18.5

18.3

18.5

18.6

19.1

19.7

19.7

19.3

Personal dividend income

162

16.6

17.2

17.8

18.2

18.8

19.1

19.8

20.5

21.3

21.4

21.1

20.8

20.4

21.5

22.2

22.7

21.9

Personal interest income

32.8

33.9

34.6

35.6

36.6

37.5

38.8

40.0

41.0

41.6

42.7

44.1

45.4

47.1

48.1

48.9

49.8

51.3

Transfer payments to persons
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance
benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
Aid to families with dependent children
Other

35.9
15.4

36.7
15.5

37.8
15.7

37.5
15.9

37.9
16.2

382
16.3

16.5

39.4
16.7

43.1
20.1

42.1
18.9

43.5
19.3

43.9
19.7

45.9
21.1

49.7
23.1

52.6
242

53.8
25.3

55.3
26.0

56.7
26.4

2.9
4.5
42
8.9
1.4
7.6

2.9
4.6
4.4
9.2
1.4
7.8

2.8
5.3
4.5
9.4
1.4
8.0

2.8
4.5
4.7
9.6
1.5
8.1

2.6
4.5
4.8
9.8
1.5
8.3

2.5
4.5
4.9
10.0
1.6
8.5

2.4
5.5
5.0
10.3
1.6
8.7

2.4
4.7
5.1
10.6
1.6
9.0

2.3
4.7
5.2
10.7
1.7
9.1

2.2
4.8
5.4
10.9
1.7
9.2

2.0
5.1
5.7
11.4
1.7
9.6

1.7
4.5
6.0
11.9
1.8

1.9
4.5
6.2
12.2
1.9

1.9
5.4
6.4
12.9
2.0

2.1
6.2
6.7
13.4
2.1

2.3
5.3
6.9
14.0
2.2

2.2
5.3
7.0
14.8
2.3

2.1
5.5
7.1
15.5
2.5

10.1

10.3

10.9

11.3

11.9

12.5

13.0

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance

11.8

12.0

12.3

12.5

12.7

12.8

13.0

13.2

13.4

13.7

17.1

17.3

18.3

18.5

19.7

20.5

20.9

21.4

582

58.6

57.3

53.7

55.6

57.3

61.1

62.4

612

62.7

66.1

702

72.5

752

76.0

75.7

78.9

80.8

Equals: Disposable personal income

420.4

429.6

439.7

452.0

459.8

4672

473.7

482.4

497.8

5102

5182

523.7

535.0

546.0

555.0

562.9

573.4

583.3

Less: Personal outlays

397.4

402.3

411.9

419.9

429.0

431.7

442.5

450.0

459.5

473.8

484.2

489.5

499.0

504.7

509.fi

534.6

392.3
9.3
.6
27.3

401.7
9.5
.6
27.8

409.4
9.8
.7
32.1

418.1
10.2
.7
30.7

420.6
10.4
.7
35.5

431.2
10.6
.7
312

438.2
11.1
.8
32.4

447.4
11.3
.8
38.4

461.5
11.5
.8
36.4

471.8
11.7
.7
34.0

476.8
12.0
.8
34.2

486.1
12.1
.8
36.0

491.7
12.3
.7

496.6
.6

519.8
506.1
12.4
1.3

527.0

387.7
9.1
.6
23.1

45.3

43.0

513.5
12.6
.9
46.4

521.0
12.8
.9
48.6

Less: Personal tax and nontax payments

Personal consumption expenditures
Interest paid by persons
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)
Equals: Personal saving
Addenda:
Disposable personal income:
Total, billions of 1987 dollars
Per capita:
Current dollars
1987 dollars
Population (mid-period, millions)
Personal saving as percentage of disposable personal income.
See note at end of table.




1,464.8 1,491.4 1,519.2 1,555.9 1,576.5 1,597.2 1,607.6 1,630.5 1,672.7 1,703.0 1,713.0 1,720.2 1,741.2 1,762.9 1,788.6 1,802.6 1,819.5 1,834.9
2,217
7,724

2,257
7,834
190.4

2,303
7,956
191.0

2,360
8,122
191.6

2,391
8,200
192.3

2,422
8,278
192.9

2,448
8,309
193.5

2,487
8,405
194.0

2,558
8,593
194.6

2,613
8,721
195.3

2,647
8,750
195.8

2,668
8,764
196.3

2,717
8,844
196.9

2,765
8,927
197.5

2,804
9,035
198.0

2,836
9,083
198.5

2,881
9,143
199.0

2,923
9,194
199.6

5.5

6.4

6.3

7.1

6.7

7.6

6.6

6.7

7.7

7.1

6.6

6.5

6.7

7.6

82

7.6

8.1

8.3

52

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.1 .—Personal Income and Its Disposition—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1968

1969

1971

1970

1972

Line

682.4

702.0

719.6

735.4

747.4

764.9

783.8

798.7

808.1

827.9

839.0

849.0

866.3

887.8

901.3

918.7

945.0

959.7

454.1
178.0
141.5
106.5
76.9
92.7

465.9
182.3
144.7
109.3
79.1
95.1

478.3
185.6
147.0
112.4
81.5
98.7

489.4
190.5
150.9
114.9
83.9
100.0

499.0
194.1
153.3
117.1
86.6
101.2

511.3
198.9
156.4
120.4
89.0
103.0

526.4
203.3
160.1
1232
91.8
108.1

536.4
205.4
161.2
126.2
95.1

542.5
205.5
160.8
128.4
96.9
111.8

551.1
204.3
159.6
129.9
98.3
118.6

556.0
204.4
158.7
132.8
100.2
118.6

556.3
200.7
154.5
133.8
102.1
119.6

570.0
205.2
158.6
136.5
104.6
123.8

580.0
208.4
160.2
139.4
106.7
125.5

588.0
209.8
160.5
141.7
108.9
127.6

597.4
212.9
162.9
144.0
111.6
129.0

619.3
221.0
169.2
149.1
114.6
134.6

630.8
225.7
173.7
151.4
118.0
135.7

Other labor income

23.6

24.8

25.8

26.7

27.3

27.9

28.8

29.8

30.9

31.9

33.1

342

34.8

36.0

37.3

38.7

40.3

42.4

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm

73.0

74.1

75.8

77.4

77.2

78.5

79.4

80.7

79.6

78.0

81.9

82.6

84.3

86.5

91.3

90.2

92.9

12.6
60.4

12.0
62.1

12.5
63.3

13.6
63.8

12.8
64.4

13.7
64.8

14.5
64.9

16.8
63.9

15.5
64.0

13.5

14.2
65.8

15.0
66.9

14.7
67.9

14.2
70.1

14.6
71.9

17.5
73.8

15.0
75.3

16.6
76.3

Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment.

18.5

18.3

18.2

175

17.9

18.3

18.1

17.8

17.6

17.7

17.4

18.3

18.0

18.5

18.4

18.0

18.6

142

Personal dividend income

23.5

24.3

25.0

25.3

25.0

252

25.0

25.0

24.3

23.6

23.1

22.8

23.5

23.4

23.6

23.4

24.7

25.1

Personal interest income

52.7

54.4

55.1

56.1

58.3

60.1

61.7

63.3

65.4

67.7

71.0

72.7

74.3

75.1

76.5

77.1

78.3

802

Transfer payments to persons
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance
benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
Aid to families with dependent children
Other

59.1
27.7

62.9
30.3

64.6
31.2

66.1
31.8

68.1
32.4

69.5
32.9

70.9
33.1

72.7
33.3

752
33.9

85.6
41.1

86.6
39.1

91.0
39.7

93.1
40.4

101.2
46.4

102.0
45.1

104.0
45.9

107.4
46.5

1082
47.1

2.2
5.9
12
16.1
2.6

2.1
5.8
7.5
172
2.8

2.1
5.9
7.7
17.7
2.9

2.1
6.1
7.9
18.3
3.0

2.2
6.4
82
19.0
3.3

2.1
6.7
8.6
19.3
3.4

22
6.8
8.8
20.0
3.6

2.4
7.0
9.2
20.8
3.8

2.8
7.0
9.7
21.9
4.2

3.7
7.4
9.9
23.4
4.6
18.8

4.3
7.9
10.4
24.8
5.1
19.7

5.1
8.3
10.9
27.0
5.5
21.5

5.4
8.5
11.1
27.7
5.8
21.9

5.9
8.6
11.5
28.7
6.1
22.6

5.9
8.9
122
29.8
6.3
23.5

6.0
9.0
12.5
30.6
6.5
24.2

62
10.1
12.9
31.7
6.7
25.0

6.4
9.0
13.4
32.3
6.8
25.5

Personal income
Wage and salary disbursements
Commodity-producing industries
Manufacturing
Distributive industries
Service industries
Government

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance
Less: Personal tax and nontax payments
Equals: Disposable personal income
Less: Personal outlays
Personal consumption expenditures
Interest paid by persons
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)
Equals: Personal saving
Addenda:
Disposable personal income:
Total, billions of 1987 dollars
Per capita:
Current dollars
1987 dollars
Population (mid-period, millions)
Personal saving as percentage of disposable personal income.
See note at end of table.




13.5

14.4

14.7

15.2

15.7

15.9

16.4

16.9

17.7

22.1

22.7

23.1

23.5

25.5

26.0

26.5

26.9

27.4

109.5

111.0

110.4

27.8

282

28.1

302

30.5

30.8

31.1

33.8

34.1

111.4

106.5

107.6

104.4

106.9

108.9

114.5

129.0

130.9

716.5

732.5

741.5

761.9

780.9

792.4

8042

816.0

671.6

678.5

712.5

725.3

741.9

759.3

777.8

17.6
12

706.0
18.0
1.3

722.1
18.5
1.4

739.2
18.8
1.3

757.1
19.4
1.3

67.1

62.3

56.7

51.0

83.3

86.7

97.1

101.3

107.9

1112

599.2

615.3

622.5

634.1

639.5

653.7

674.3

687.7

697.7

553.1

567.1
552.6
13.6
.9
482

592.1
576.6
14.6
1.0

604.0

539.0
13.1
.9
46.1

583.4
568.3
14.1
1.1

615.2
598.5
15.6
1.1

625.3
608.3
15.9
1.1

637.4
620.0
16.3
1.1

648.8
631.0
16.5
1.2

641.1
16.7
1.3

653.5
16.9
12

660.3
17.1
12

679.6
17.3
1.2

39.1

42.0

50.3

48.9

57.4

60.9

62.9

63.8

587.9
15.1
.9
35.5

38.5

1,859.6 1,889.4 1,889.9 1,908.2 1,908.5 1,927.9 1,967.8 1,985.6 1,990.6 2,020.1 2,045.3 2,045.2 2,073.9 2,098.0 2,106.6 2,121.1 2,129.7 2,149.1
2,996
9,298
200.0

3,070
9,426
200.5

3,097
9,403
201.0

3,146
9,468
201.5

3,167
9,450
202.0

3230
9,524
202.4

3,322
9,694
203.0

3,378
9,753
203.6

3,418
9,754
204.1

7.7

7.8

6.3

6.6

5.6

5.9

7.3

7.3

7.0

3,500
9,868
204.7

3,566
9,957
205.4

3,597
9,922
206.1

3,685
10,030
206.8

3,766
10,118
207.4

3,810
10,128
208.0

3,854
10,166
208.6

3,902
10,183
209.1

3,953
10,251
209.6

8.3

8.5

8.4

8.8

8.5

7.7

6.9

6.1

53

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8
Table 2.1 .—Personal Income and Its Disposition—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1974

1973

1976

1975

Line
Personal income
Wage and salary disbursements
Commodity-producing industries
Manufacturing
Distributive industries
Service industries
Government

987.3 1,0293
642.5
229.1
176.4
154.1
121.1
138.3

662.1
237.2
183.1
158.8
125.0
141.1

1,053.7 1,078.6 1,1083
6832
246.1
189.6
163.8
128.4
144.8

7002
252.6
194.5
168.4
132.1
147.2

716.1
258.6
198.3
172.4
135.7
149.5

1,153.9 1,165.5
735.3
266.2
203.8
176.6
139.3
153.3

748.1
270.2
205.9
180.0
142.4
155.5

1,185.6 1,223.9
765.7
275.4
210.7
185.0
146.7
158.6

784.4
280.9
215.9
189.8
151.2
162.6

1,247.7
792.3
279.2
214.9
192.3
154.1
166.7

1255.1 1,284.7 1,324.8 1,3643
791.7
271.1
205.8
192.5
157.8
170.3

800.1
270.7
206.6
194.3
160.9
1742

821.1
278.3
213.2
200.1
165.1
177.6

8453
288.3
220.8
205.6
169.7
181.9

1,400.7 1,426.4

1,4603

1,497.6

889.1
306.2
235.4
216.9
179.1
187.0

908.2
312.8
240.8
222.2
184.0
1892

929.7
319.8
245.9
227.0
189.1
193.8

871.0
300.1
230.1
212.0
174.3
184.5

Other labor income

44.0

45.4

47.1

48.3

49.8

515

532

552

57.6

602

61.9

64.1

672

70.6

74.3

78.0

81.6

85.0

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm

99.5

107.1

108.8

111.4

116.1

129.9

118.5

108.3

114.1

120.2

113.7

1152

125.1

130.9

131.4

131.2

132.4

136.7

19.9
79.6

24.9
822

23.4
85.3

28.4
82.9

32.0
84.1

45.1
84.8

32.2
86.3

19.5
88.9

22.3
91.9

28.0
92.2

20.3
93.4

20.2
95.0

26.1

28.2
102.7

21.3
110.1

17.5
113.7

17.1
115.3

17.3
119.4

Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment.

16.9

17.4

16.5

16.5

17.2

18.9

18.6

16.3

15.9

12.6

132

13.9

13.6

13.5

13.6

12.4

11.4

11.0

Personal dividend income

25.8

262

26.6

27.3

27.8

28.8

29.1

29.6

29.9

29.6

29.1

28.9

29.2

29.7

31.8

34.1

35.7

37.4

Personal interest income

82.9

89.5

903

95.6

100.3

105.6

110.6

114.8

118.5

119.7

121.1

124.2

127.0

129.0

132.9

135.8

1403

Transfer payments to persons
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance
benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
Aid to families with dependent children
Other
Less: Personal contributions for social insurance
Less: Personal tax and nontax payments

110.4
48.1

121.1
56.5

123.7
58.2

1262

129.0
61.1

132.8
62.5

139.1
63.8

147.4

59.7

155.6
72.8

163.2
75.0

175.3
76.5

1912
78.1

195.1
84.9

199.0
86.2

203.8
88.2

203.7
89.4

211.3
95.7

214.3
98.2

5.4
9.2
14.2
33.5
7.0
26.5

4.7
10.7
14.7
34.5
7.0
27.4

4.4
10.3
15.0
35.7
7.1
28.7

4.3
102
15.4
36.6
72
29.4

4.3
10.4
16.5
36.7
7.2
29.5

4.6
10.8
17.2
37.7
7.3
30.4

5.6
11.0
17.9
40.7
7.5
332

6.5
11.0
18.3
42.5
7.7
34.8

6.6
12.1
19.5
44.6
8.0
36.6

8.3
13.2
20.3
46.4
8.4
38.0

13.8
14.3
21.5
49.2
8.8
40.4

18.9
14.0
22.2
58.0
9.0
49.0

19.6
14.5
23.0
53.1
9.4
43.7

18.2
15.1
24.1
55.3
9.7
45.6

17.0
15.9
24.8
57.8
9.8
48.0

15.7
14.3
26.1
58.2
10.0
48.1

15.5
13.4
26.6
60.0
10.1
49.9

14.9
13.8
26.9
60.5
10.2
50.3

34.8

352

41.6

42.2

43.0

43.5

46.7

47.6

48.6

49.5

49.8

50.7

51.7

54.1

54.9

55.9

56.9

132.3

135.8

1352

136.8

141.9

148.3

151.1

157.0

162.9

165.4

166.1

129.8

161.9

167.7

171.6

178.8

185.8

1932

1,089.0

Equals: Disposable personal income

855.0

894.1

918.5

941.8

966.5 1,005.7 1,014.3 1,028.5 1,061.0 1,082.3

Less: Personal outlays

796.3

821.5

846.4

862.0

881.3

898.4

916.0

944.3

972.3

979.9 1,004.5 1,033.6

775.1
19.9
1.3

799.7
20.4
1.3
72.6

824.0
21.4
1.1
72.1

838.8
22.1
1.1
79.7

857.3
22.8
1.1
85.3

872.6
23.4
2.4

891.0
23.8.
1.3
98.3

919.0
24.1
1.3
842

946.7
24.5
1.2

9542
24.5
1.2

Personal consumption expenditures
Interest paid by persons
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)
Equals: Personal saving
Addenda:
Disposable personal income:
Total, billions of 1987 dollars
Per capita:
Current dollars
1987 dollars
Population (mid-period, millions)
Personal saving as percentage of disposable personal income.
See note at end of table.




58.7

107.3

102.4

1,154.9 1,162.8 1,196.8 1229.1 1,247.7 1,274.7 1,304.4
1,067.9

1,0963

1,131.7

1,152.0

1,182.1 1,218.1

978.9 1,008.3 1,042.1 1,070.3 1,104.8 1,124.5 1,153.9 1,189.1
24.2
24.5
26.3
27.0
27.8
24.4
25.6
25.0
1.0
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.1
12
1.3
1.2
84.5
86.4
121.3
95.0
100.3
95.7
92.6

2,193.9 2,272.0 2,300.7 2,315.2 2,337.9 2,382.7 2,334.7 2,304.5 2,315.0 2,313.7 2,282.5 2,390.3 2,359.4 2,389.4 2,424.5 2,434.9 2,444.7 2,459.5
4,068
10,438
2102

4,243
10,781
210.7

4,349
10,894
2112

4,449
10,938
211.7

6.9

8.1

7.9

8.5

4,555
11,018
2122

4,728
11,202
212.7

4,759
10,954
213.1

4,815
10,789
213.6

4,955
10,811
214.1

5,041
10,777
214.7

5,062
10,610
215.1

5,355
11,084
215.7

5,376
10,908
216.3

5,519
11,019
216.8

5,656
11,157
217.3

10.7

9.7

82

8.4

9.5

7.8

103

8.2

8.4

7.9

5,729
11,181
217.8

5,838
11,197
218.3

5,959
11,235
218.9

7.3

6.6

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NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.1 .—Personal Income and Its Disposition—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

1978

1977
Line

Personal income
Wage and salary disbursements
Commodity-producing industries
Manufacturing
Distributive industries
Service industries
Government

1,534.6

1,575.0

1,626.8

1,668.8

1,712.3

1,783.6

1,838.8

1,947.9

1,995.1

2,063.8

2,125.7

2,190.5

2,206.0

2,281.9

2,383.2

949.8
328.1
253.1
231.8
193.4
196.5

980.7
342.8
263.7
239.6
198.9
199.4

1,007.2
352.5
271.6
245.9
205.5
203.4

1,037.9
360.9
278.5
253.7
213.4
210.0

1,063.0
367.6
285.5
261.4
220.3
213.7

1,106.6
388.5
295.8
271.2
229.9
217.0

1,137.4
400.0
303.8
278.4
238.5
220.6

1,175.7
414.4
315.4
288.6
246.2
226.5

1,209.4

1,237.5
437.4
331.6
302.7
262.6
234.8

1,270.4
447.7
338.5
311.9
272.4
238.3

1,304.6
456.6
344.4
321.3
281.1
245.6

1,337.9
465.7
351.2
328.6
292.1
251.5

1,353.9
463.4
349.1
331.2
301.6
257.6

1,379.4
468.1
352.7
337.1
311.3
262.9

1,435.4
490.1
369.9
348.8
322.7
273.8

134.3

137.9

141.5

145.7

426.7
325.3
297.5
254.5
230.6

89.2

92.6

96.6

100.5

104.5

108.6

112.1

115.3

118.9

122.3

126.0

129.9

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm

141.1

142.7

150.5

151.4

155.2

169.8

171.3

174.3

178.2

180.3

185.8

182.8

17.4
123.7

15.3
127.4

18.9
131.6

16.6
134.8

17.3
137.9

23.7
146.1

23.4
148.0

21.7
152.6

27.0
151.2

24.3
156.0

24.9
160.9

22.8
160.0

14.2
161.5

.9
157.5

11.3
158.4

19.7
163.7

Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment.

10.4

9.0

9.9

6.7

8.2

10.0

9.8

8.1

6.7

7.9

10.7

13.6

9.1

12.6

17.4

Other labor income

183.4

Personal dividend income

38.1

40.0

40.9

41.9

42.8

44.9

47.1

48.6

50.7

52.4

55.5

56.8

57.5

58.7

Personal interest income

147.4

152.1

158.6

164.7

172.7

180.5

188.0

196.7

207.3

216.8

226.5

242.1

262.5

271.5

271.9

290.1

Transfer payments to persons
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
Aid to families with dependent children
Other

217.8
99.7

219.8
101.7

225.9
108.4

229.8
110.0

234.1
111.4

236.6

245.7
119.5

250.2
121.8

256.0
123.8

261.9
126.4

278.4
137.5

286.5
139.6

297.8
142.3

305.3
144.6

338.4

112.3

163.4

344.4
166.4

14.9
14.5
27.5
61.3
10.4
50.9

12.8
13.8
28.6
62.9
10.6
52.3

11.5
13.3
29.3
63.4
10.7
52.7

11.4
13.7
30.5
64.2
10.7
53.5

11.1
14.1
31.2
66.4
10.7
55.7

9.7
13.6
32.2
68.8
10.8
58.0

9.3
13.6
32.9
70.3
10.7
59.6

14.1
34.3
71.1
10.6
60.5

9.6
14.5
35.0
73.2
10.7
62.5

9.3
14.2
36.3
75.7
10.8
64.9

9.7
14.4
37.2
79.6
11.1
68.5

10.5
14.7
39.1
82.5
11.4
71.1

11.9
14.8
40.1
88.7
11.7
77.0

15.7
14.7
42.3
88.0
12.1
75.9

18.9
15.0
43.5
97.7
12.8
84.9

17.8
15.7
46.2
98.4
13.0
85.3

315.7

332.3

59.2

60.6

61.9

63.2

67.2

70.5

72.3

78.7

80.1

81.8

83.4

86.8

86.8

205.7

206.4

209.1

218.9

222.3

233.4

246.9

258.0

264.6

273.0

286.1

297.1

296.8

304.9

Equals: Disposable personal income

1,328.9

1,368.6

1,417.7

1,449.8

1,490.0

1,5502

1,592.0

1,638.8

1,683.4

1,722.2

1,777.7

1,828.6

1,893.7

1,901.1

1,966.1

2,050.9

Less: Personal outlays

1,255.6

1,284.7

1,317.0

1,356.2

1,387.5

1,447.9

1,482.6

1,522.1

1,563.6

1,599.7

1,653.9

1,701.4

1,751.9

1,755.3

1,813.4

1,875.9

1,225.5
28.8

1,284.7
31.2
1.1

1,322.4
32.6
1.1

1,351.7
34.6
1.2

1,410.1
36.5
1.3

1,442.7
38.5

1,480.3
40.3

1,607.1
45.4
1.4

1,762.3

1.7

48.9
1.5

1,704.9
48.9

1.5

1,554.8
43.6
12

1,701.5

1.3

1,520.4
41.9
1.3

1,652.5
47.2

1.2

1,253.5
30.0
1.2

1,823.6
50.5
1.8

73.4

83.9

100.7

93.7

102.6

102.3

109.4

116.7

119.7

122.5

123.9

127.2

2,463.0

2,490.3

2,541.0

2,556.2

2,587.3

2,631.9

2,653.2

2,680.9

2,699.2

2,697.6

2,715.3

6,056
11,225
219.4

6,222
11,322
220.0

6,427
11,520
220.6

6,554
11,556
221.2

6,720
11,669
221.7

6,974
11,841
222.3

7,141
11,902
222.9

7,330
11,991
223.6

7,510
12,042
224.2

7,663
12,003
224.7

7,886
12,046
225.4

5.5

6.1

7.1

6.5

6.9

6.6

6.9

7.1

7.1

7.1

7.0

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance
Less: Personal tax and nontax payments

Personal consumption expenditures
Interest paid by persons
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)
Equals: Personal saving
Addenda:
Disposable personal income:
Total, billions of 1987 dollars
Per capita:
Current dollars
1987 dollars
Population (mid-period, millions)
Personal saving as percentage of disposable
personal income.
See note at end of table.




91.8

1.5

49.4
1.7

141.8

145.8

152.8

175.0

2,728.1

2,742.9

2,692.0

2,722.5

2,777.0

8,087
12,065
226.1

8,351
12,096
226.8

8,361
11.839
227.4

8,621
11,938
228.1

8,969
12,144
228.7

7.0

7.5

7.8

8.5

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

55

Table 2.1.—Personal Income and Its Disposition—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1982

1981

1983

Une
Personal income
Wage and salary disbursements
Commodity-producing industries
Manufacturing
Distributive industries
Service industries
Government

IV
2,453.9

2,497.5

2,580.2

2,607.1

2,626.7

2,679.9

2,710.4

2,746.8

2,772.2

2,832.7

1,473.4
500.7
377.2
359.1
335.0
278.6

1,500.3
510.3
387.2
365.6
342.3
282.1

1,532.5

1,556.0

522.4
390.9
375.2
362.7
295.7

1,586.9
517.5
386.8
384.0
380.6
304.8

1,602.3
511.8
383.5
388.2
392.9
309.4

1,611.7
503.9
378.0
391.2
400.9
315.6

1,629.1
507.3
382.1
392.3
409.7
319.6

1,662.9

521.4
392.2
372.3
352.3
286.5

1,572.2
520.7
389.1
379.6
371.7
300.1

515.5
391.0
401.8
421.3
324.3

IV

2,879.4

2,965.8

3,062.1

3,121.7

3,192.1

3,242.5

530.2
402.2
4082
432.7
328.2

1,747.3
547.6
415.7
422.4
445.8
331.5

1,791.2
563.7
427.6
431.1
456.8
339.6

1,833.5
577.4
436.7
441.6
469.7
344.8

1,871.1
587.6
444.4
450.5
482.1
350.9

1,903.3
594.5
450.5
458.4
494.4
356.1

Other labor income

149.0

151.1

154.4

157.6

161.0

164.2

167.1

1695

170.8

1732

175.6

179.0

181.7

183.8

185.6

187.7

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm

189.5

181.9

180-2

1715

159.9

172.6

170.4

179.9

178.4

185.6

182.5

200.1

236.5

231.5

236.3

239.6

22.8
166.8

23.3
158.7

22.3
157.9

16.4
155.1

15.8
144.1

16.2
156.4

11.5
158.9

10.2
169.6

7.5
170.8

3.2
182.4

-7.5
190.0

6.3
193.8

31.4
205.1

15.2
216.3

16.7
219.6

21.9
217.7

Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment.

21.3

20.1

20.1

21.9

21.2

20.0

22.4

24.1

23.5

23.3

19.3

22.2

22.8

22.3

24.0

24.3

Personal dividend income

62.0

66.2

67.2

65.5

66.2

73.8

77.2

79.7

80.6

79.7

78.4

77.8

79.3

Personal interest income

309.0

324.5

370.2

384.2

379.1

373.6

378.8

387.3

405.3

418.7

433.0

453.0

476.2

485.4

Transfer payments to persons
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
Aid to families with dependent children
Other

351.5
171.1

356.7
173.4

375.8

379.6
192.7

385.9
194.9

398.4
197.5

415.9
209.4

432.2
216.4

434.6

441.7
220.4

438.0
222.5

441.3

446.7
231.0

451.2
234.2

455.1

190.6

236.2

458.5
241.3

16.4
16.0
47.3
100.8
12.8
88.0

15.5
15.9
49.3
102.6
12.9
89.7

14.9
16.0
49.8
104.4
13.1
91.3

16.6
16.4
51.0
102.9
13.3
89.6

19.1
16.3
51.7
103.8
13.2
90.6

23.9
16.2
54.8
106.0
13.2
92.8

26.0
16.3
55.6
108.6
13.3
95.3

31.8
16.6
56.1
111.2
13.6
97.6

30.1
16.8
56.3

23.2
16.6
58.6
117.1
14.3
102.8

19.9
16.5
59.5
118.6
14.5
104.2

17.3
16.4
60.9

100.4

31.8
16.6
57.6
115.2
14.2
101.0

15.5
16.4
61.9
123.1
14.9
108.2

15.0
16.5
62.9
124.6
14.5
110.1

15.6
16.4
58.0
127.3
14.8
112.5

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance

1013

103.4

105.6

107.0

111.0

111.9

113.0

113.3

116.7

118.4

120.4

123.4

129.4

132.0

134.1

135.6

344.4

356.9

371.7

367.9

370.2

376.5

366.8

372.1

366.4

375.4

361.8

371.6

378.3

387.5

4012

413.4

Equals: Disposable personal income

2,109.5

2,140.6

2,208.5

2,239.2

2,256.5

2,303.4

2,343.6

2,374.7

2,405.8

2,457.3

2,517.6

2,594.3

2,683.9

2,734.2

2,791.0

2,829.1

Less: Personal outlays

1,929.8

1,964.5

2,009.4

2,026.8

2,065.2

2,089.9

2,134.3

2,1903

2,226.6

2,298.1

2,357.6

2,417.9

2,466.4

2,521.1

2,556.2

2,606.5

1,876.0
52.1
1.8

1,908.9
53.9
1.8

1,952.1
55.5
1.8

1,968.0
56.9
1.9

2,005.4
57.6
2.2

2,029.4
58.3
2.2

2,073.1
59.1
2.1

2,128.7
60.2
1.9

2,162.9
62.3
1.5

2,231.9
64.5
1.8

2,288.7
66.9
2.0

2,346.8
69.2
2.0

2,392.4
71.8
2.2

2,444.5
74.3
2.3

2,477.8
76.1
2.2

2,526.4
77.6
2.5

199.1

212.3

191.3

213.5

183.8

179.2

159.2

160.0

176.3

234.8

222.6

Less: Personal tax and nontax payments

Personal consumption expenditures
Interest paid by persons
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)
Equals: Personal saving
Addenda:
Disposable personal income:
Total, billions of 1987 dollars
Per capita:
Current dollars
1987 dollars
Population (mid-period, millions)
Personal saving as percentage of disposable
personal income.
See note at end of table.




179.7

217.0

114.4
14.0

226.7

121.2
15.0

106.2

2,783.7

2,776.7

2,814.1

2,808.8

2,795.0

2,824.8

2,829.0

2,832.6

2,843.6

2,867.0

2,903.0

2,960.6

3,033.2

3,065.9

3,102.7

3,118.5

9,206
12,149
229.1

9,321
12,091
229.7

9,590
12,220
230.3

9,698
12,165
230.9

9,753
12,080
231.4

9,933
12,182
231.9

10,081
12,169
232.5

10,189
12,154
233.1

10,302
12,176
233.5

10,500
12,251
234.0

10,732
12,375
234.6

11,033
12,591
235.1

11,391
12,874
235.6

11,582
12,987
236.1

11,793
13,111
236.7

11,925
13,145
237.2

8.5

8.2

9.0

9.5

8.5

9.3

8.9

7.7

6.5

6.4

6.8

8.1

7.8

8.4

7.9

56

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.1 .—Personal Income and Its Disposition—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1985

1987

1986

1988

Line

Personal incon

3,313.0

3,358.0

3,391.3

3,456.7

3,521.4

3,580.7

3,612.0

3,647.8

3,715.8

3,759.5

3,814.2

3,918.5

3,967.7

4,037.9

4,102.9

4,1952

1,938.6
604.7
457.1
464.3
503.9
365.6

1,969.4
608.0
457.5
472.5
517.0
372.0

1,998.9
613.3
461.6
479.1
530.5
376.0

2,039.1
622.6
469.1
487.6
546.8
382.2

2,067.4
625.9
471.8
493.7
560.4
387.4

2,085.4
624.8
471.1
496.6
571.1
392.9

2,115.0
628.0
473.8
504.0
584.6
398.5

2,153.9
635.3
478.5
512.5
602.1
404.0

2,196.9
640.9
483.0
520.7
622.6
412.7

2,232.3
643.9
483.8
531.5
638.6
418.3

2,278.7
654.2
4922
543.3
656.5
424.6

2,337.0
668.4
501.6
551.9
685.0
431.7

2,371.5
682.1
512.6
559.6
690.2
439.7

2,422.9
694.8
520.6
571.0
711.4
445.7

2,467.0
703.9
527.3
580.8
730.1
452.1

2,510.6
715.3
537.5
589.9
746.8
458.5

Other labor income

1892

191.4

192.9

193.9

196.6

198.9

202.0

205.3

2072

208.1

209.7

216.5

221.4

226.6

233.6

240.3

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm

257.1

259.0

254.8

268.7

271.7

292.4

286.3

284.4

307.7

305.3

303.0

325.0

320.9

326.1

316.8

333.4

28.0
229.1

25.9
233.1

14.4
240.3

17.8
250.9

12.8
258.9

32.1
260.3

20.6
265.8

23.6
260.9

34.1
273.6

27.9
277.3

20.7
282.3

42.4
282.6

35.4
285.5

34.1
292.0

23.1
293.8

30.9
302.5

22.1

21.6

17.3

14.0

122

10.7

7.0

4.7

22

1-3

2.4

6.8

62

4.1

42

2.8

Wage snd salary disbursements
Commodity-producing industries
Manufacturing
Distributive industries
Sen/ice industries
Government

Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment.
Personal dividend income

83.0

86.4

89.5

92.7

1002

105.7

107.1

105.6

102.5

99.6

992

100.1

103.1

106.4

110.5

113.8

Personal interest income

491.1

495.7

498.1

507.5

525.3

534.2

534.6

532.6

535.7

5432

551.1

562.3

564.8

570.8

588.1

608.9

Transfer payments to persons
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
Aid to families with dependent children
Other

478.1
248.9

482.3
251.4

489.6
256.7

493.6
256.7

507.0
264.5

514.3
266.8

5232
272.2

526.6
273.3

533.9
278.5

541.6
283.0

544.6
2842

548.5
285.8

569.4
297.8

573.8
298.9

578.7
301.2

584.8
303.8

16.7
16.8
65.5
1302
15.1
115.1

15.8
16.8
66.0
132.3
15.3
117.0

15.0
16.6
66.8
134.5
15.6
118.9

15.3
16.5
68.0
137.1
15.7
121.3

15.4
17.0
69.2
140.9
15.9
125.0

16.3
16.9
70.1
144.3
16.4
127.9

16.9
16.6
71.1
146.4
16.5
129.8

16.7
16.4
72.4
147.8
16.7
131.1

15.3
16.7
73.7
149.7
16.6
133.1

14.9
16.7
75.7
151.4
16.7
134.7

14.4
16.5
77.0
152.5
16.7
135.8

13.4
16.5
77.7
155.1
16.7
138.3

14.0
16.9
81.0
159.7
17.0
142.7

13.4
16.9
82.5
162.2
17.1
145.1

13.3
16.9
82.3
164.9
17.3
147.6

13.0
16.8
83.0
168.2
17.5
150.6

•*...•

Personal consumption expenditures .
Interest paid by persons .
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)
Equals: Personal saving
Addenda:
Disposable personal income:
Total, billions of 1987 dollars
Per capita:
1987 dollars
'.
'.
Population (mid-period, millions)

'.

Personal saving as percentage of disposable
personal income.

149.8

152.8

159.1

160.9

163.1

165.4

170.2

172.0

174.5

177.7

189.6

192.9

196.0

199.5

441.1

448.8

445.8

4502

461.4

478.5

474.0

535.5

511.8

528.6

510.8

530.4

527.7

542.0

2,950.9

2,950.2

3,007.9

3,075.5

3,130.5

3,150.6

3,169.3

3,241.9

3224.0

3,302.4

3,389.9

3,456.8

3,507.6

3,5752

3,6532

2,672.4

2,722.1

2,791.6

2,828.7

2,8762

2,905.4

2,9762

3,0182

3,057.4

3,125.5

3,187.1

3220.1

3,294.8

3,355.7

3,422.8

3,496.7

2,589.2
80.3
3.0

2,636.4
83.1
2.6

2,7042
84.6
2.8

2,739.8
86.4
2.5

2,784.8
89.0
2.5

2,812.3
90.7
2.3

2,882.0
91.7
2.4

2,923.1
92.3
2.8

2,962.8
91.8
2.8

3,030.1
92.3
3.1

3,091.4
92.6
3.1

3,124.6
92.4
3.1

3,199.1
92.8
2.9

3260.5
92.7
2.4

3,326.6
93.6
2.6

3,398.2
95.8
2.7

228.8

158.6

179.2

199.3

225.1

174.4

151.1

184.5

98.5

1152

162.0

151.8

152.4

156.4

3,123.6

Less: Personal outlays

147.7
407.1

190.5

Equals: Disposable personal income

146.0
450.1
2,862.9

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance
Less: Personal tax and nontax payments

3,189.6

3,156.5

3,178.7

3227.5

3,281.4

3,272.6

3,2662

3,295.2

3241.7

3285.7

3,335.8

3,380.1

3,386.3

3,407.5

3,443.1

12,045
13,142
237.7

12,389
13,392
238.2

12,355
13,219
238.8

12,565
13,278
239.4

12,822
13,455
239.9

13,023
13,651
240.4

13,075
13,581
241.0

13,121
13,522
241.6

13,395
13,615
242.0

13293
13,366
242.5

13,582
13,514
243.1

13,907
13,685
243.7

14,154
13,840
244.2

14,332
13,836
244.7

14,570
13,886
245.4

14,850
13,996
246.0

6.7

7.8

5.4

6.0

6.5

72

5.5

4.8

5.7

3.1

3.5

5.0

4.7

4.3

4.3

4.3

NOTE.—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.




57

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.2.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Personal consumption expenditures

318.1

1960
332.4

1961

1963

1967

1966

1964

1970

1968

1971

1972

343.5

364.4

3842

412.5

444.6

481.6

509.3

559.1

603.7

646.5

700.3

47.0

51.8

56.8

63.5

68.5

70.6

81.0

86.2

85.3

972

1973

767.8

41.9

110.7

42.8

Durable goods

848.1

18.9
18.1
5.8

24.4
20.7
6.8

26.0
23.2
7.6

25.1
8.4

30.3
28.2
10.0

30.0
30.0
10.6

36.1
32.9
12.0

38.4
34.7
13.2

35.5
35.7
14.1

44.5
37.8
14.9

51.1
42.4
17.2

56.1
47.9
20.1

153.1

157.4

163.8

169.4

179.7

191.9

208.5

216.9

235.0

252.2

270.4

283.3

305.2

339.6

82.6
27.0
12.0
3.8
27.7

84.8
27.6
12.0
3.8
29.2

87.1
29.0
12.6
3.8
31.4

89.5
29.8
13.0
4.0
33.1

94.6
32.4
13.6
4.1
35.0

101.0
34.1
14.8
4.4
37.6

109.0
37.4
16.0
4.7
41.4

112.3
392
17.1
4.8
43.5

121.6
432
18.6
4.7
47.0

130.5
46.5
20.5
4.6
50.2

142.1
47.8
21.9
4.4
54.1

147.5
51.7
23.2
4.6
56.4

158.5
56.4
24.4
5.1

176.1
62.5
28.1
6.3
66.6

135.9

153.6

163.1

175.9

1892

204.6

221.7

243.1

265.3

290.8

319.8

351.9

384.5

45.0
18.7
7.6
11.1
10.5
16.3
36.3

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

21.5
19.3
6.3

126.8

,

17.8
18.3
5.8

80.7
26.4
11.3
4.0
26.1

Other

19.7
18.0
5.8

148.5

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Nonauraoie gooos

1959

48.2
20.3
8.3
12.0
11.2
17.4
38.8

54.7
22.4
9.4
13.0
122
20.7
43.5

58.0
23.6
9.9
13.8
12.7
22.4
46.3

61.4
25.0
10.4
14.6
13.4
25.7
50.5

65.4
26.5
10.9
15.7
14.5
27.7
55.1

69.5
28.2
11.5
16.7
15.9
30.5
60.6

74.1
30.2
12.2
18.0
17.3
33.7
66.6

79.7
32.3
13.0
19.4
18.9
39.0
73.3

86.8
35.1
14.0
21.1
20.9
44.4
78.0

94.0
37.8
15.2
22.6
23.7
50.1
85.3

102.7
41.0
16.6
24.4
27.1
56.5
92.5

112.1
45.3
18.4
26.9
29.8
63.5
101.3

122.7
49.8
20.0
29.8
31.2
71.2
109.6

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1,4212

1,583.7

1,748.1

1,9262

2,0592

22575

2,460.3

2,667.4

2,850.6

3,0522

3296.1

134.3

160.0

182.6

202.3

214.2

212.5

228.5

2365

275.0

3175

3525

54.8
54.5
25.0

71.3
60.2
28.5

83.5
67.1
32.0

92.2
74.0
36.1

91.5
82.3
40.4

84.0
86.0
42.5

91.6
91.3
45.6

97.7
92.5
46.3

120.6
104.4
50.0

144.6
115.3
58.0

167.4
123.4
62.1

416.0

451.8

490.4

5415

613.3

682.9

7442

772.3

817.8

873.0

198.1
66.0
36.1
7.8
72.7

218.5
70.8
39.7
8.4
78.5

236.0
76.6
43.0
10.1
86.0

255.9
84.1
46.9
11.1
92.4

280.6
94.3
50.1
11.5
105.0

313.0
1012
66.2
14.4
118.6

341.8
107.3
86.7
15.4
131.7

367.3
117.2
97.9
15.8
146.0

386.0
t20.5
94.1
14.5
157.3

406.2
130.8
93.3
13.8
173.8

430.2
142.5
94.5
14.2
191.6

423.9

4745

5312

598.4

677.4

7562

852.7

9535

1,050.4

1,164.7

1,269.4

134.1
55.5
23.5
32.0
33.3
80.1
120.8

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

1978

1,271.5

380.8

Other
Nondurable goods

1977

1,143.1

49.5
51.5
22.0

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment

1976

1,024.9

123.0

Durable goods

1975

927.7

Line
Personal consumption expenditures

1974

512
21.2
8.8
12.4
11.7
18.6
41.5

147.0
63.7
28.5
35.2
35.7
93.0
135.0

161.5
72.4
32.5
40.0
41.3
106.2
149.8

179.5
81.9
37.6
44.3
49.2
122.4
165.4

201.7
91.2
42.1
49.1
53.6
139.7
191.2

226.6
100.0
46.8
53.2
59.4
157.8
212.5

255.2
113.0
56.3
56.7
65.1
181.3
238.2

287.1
126.0
63.4
62.5
69.4
213.6
257.5

311.1
141.4
72.6
68.8
71.6
240.5
285.7

334.6
153.6
80.7
72.9
78.9
265.7
331.9

362.3
165.5
84.6
80.8
89.1
290.6
361.9

1959

1960

403.7

437.1

184.9
135.5
692

183.5
144.0
76.2

197.8
156.7
82.6

919.4

9522

1,011.1

1,073.8

451.1
152.2
96.9
14.1
205.1

476.8
163.2
79.7
12.0
220.5

500.7
174.5
84.7
12.0
239.1

533.6
186.4
86.9
12.1
254.8

1,395.1

1,508.8

1,637.4

1,7852

392.5
176.2
88.7
87.5
99.0
319.3
408.1

421.8
181.1
87.1
94.0
105.8
346.4
453.7

452.5
187.8

484.2
199.5
93.4
106.1
128.5
427.7
545.4

1962

1961

116.6
384.7
495.7
1963

Line

Other
NondunibiB Goods ....,.»......•.....•...»
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other
See note at end of table.




......**.

316.4

321.7

323.8

327.3

43.4

442

42.0

43.3

182
17.7
5.8

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment

310.5
41.6

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods

19.4
18.1
5.8

202
182
5.8

17.7
18.3
5.9

19.4
18.1
5.8

146.2

147.6

149.2

150.8

79.7
25.8
10.9
4.2
25.6

80.0
26.5
11.2
4.1
25.8

81.1
26.4
112
4.0
26.4

81.8
26.8
11.7
3.9
26.7

122.7

125.4

1282

43.7
18.1
7.5
10.7
10.2
15.8
34.9

44.5
18.5
7.5
11.0
10.4
16.1
35.8

45.5
19.0
7.7
112
10.7
16.4
36.7

333.4

333.4

335.5

336.4

341.4

344.4

351.7

3562

3622

43.7

425

40.0

41.0

42.3

44.3

45.3

46.6

20.0
18.3
5.9

202
17.8
5.8

19.0
17.7
5.8

16.6
17.7
5.7

17.2
18.1
5.8

18.0
18.4
5.9

19.5
18.8
6.0

20.4
18.8
6.1

21.4
19.0
6.2

1503

153.8

153.4

154.4

1555

156.8

157.4

159.6

161.5

81.4
26.9
11.6
4.0
27.1

83.1
272
12.1
3.8
27.6

82.6
26.9
12.2
3.8
27.9

83.4
26.8
122
3.9
28.2

84.5
27.1
12.0
3.8
28.5

84.8
27.3
11.9
3.9
28.9

84.6
27.7
12.1
3.7
29.3

85.4
28.4
12.1
3.7
30.1

862
28.5
12.3
3.8
30.8

131.0

133.1

1354

136.3

138.6

140.5

1435

144.8

1475

46.4
19.3
7.9
11.4
10.9
16.7
37.6

47.1
19.8
82
11.6
11.0
17.0
382

47.7
20.2
8.3
11.9
11.1
17.5
38.8

48.5
20.4
8.3
12.1
112
17.4
38.9

49.4
20.7
8.5
122
11.4
17.9
39.3

50.0
20.8
8.5
12.4
11.4
18.0
402

50.7
212
9.0
12.2
11.6
18.5
41.5

51.5
21.1
8.8
12.3
11.7
18.7
41.7

52.4
21.7
9.0
12.7
11.9
19.2
42.6

366.4

372.7

380.6

49.1

502

515

21.2
19.5
6.4

22.9
19.7
6.5

23.6
20.0
6.6

24.3
20.4
6.7

1625

164.4

166.3

167.5

168.2

86.6
28.9
12.5
3.7
31.1

87.6
29.1
12.5
3.6
31.5

29.4
13.0
3.9
32.1

88.4
29.3
13.0
4.2
32.6

29.6
12.9
3.9
32.9

1494

152.7

1545

157.3

158.6

161.0

532
222
9.3
12.9
12.1
19.7
42.3

54.2
22.1
9.3
12.8
122
20.4
43.9

552
22.5
9.5
13.0
12.3
21.0
43.8

56.3
22.9
9.7
13.2
12.4
21.6
44.1

56.9
23.5
10.0
13.5
12.5
215
43.8

57.4
23.3
9.6
13.7
12.6
222
45.5

58

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.2.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1964

1963

1965

1966

1967

Une
Personal consumption expenditures

387.7

Other

401.7

409.4

418.1

420.6

4312

438.2

447.4

461.5

471.8

476.8

486.1

491.7

496.6

506.1

513.5

521.0

53.3

55.4

56.8

58.6

56.6

62.1

61.9

63.8

66.1

69.2

66.5

69.1

69.3

67.8

71.2

71.3

722

24.5
20.9
6.8

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment

392.3

52.2

Durable goods

25.1
21.3
6.9

25.8
22.3
7.3

26.1
23.2
7.5

27.3
23.4
7.9

24.8
23.9
7.9

30.1
24.0
8.0

29.3
24.5
8.1

30.1
25.2
8.4

30.2
26.7
9.1

32.1
27.3

29.1
27.6
9.8

30.0
28.9
10.1

29.9
29.2
10.2

28.1
29.4
10.3

30.9
29.7
10.6

30.7
30.0
10.7

30.3
30.9
11.0

175.3

178.5

182.0

183.1

185.6

189.1

192.8

200.0

204.2

207.7

210.7

211.4

213.7

215.5

217.8

220.6

90.0
30.2
12.9
4.0
33.6

90.6
30.1
13.0
4.0
33.5

92.4
31.4
13.3
3.9
34.2

94.0
32.3
13.5
4.0
34.7

95.6
32.7
13.7
4.3
35.6

96.4
33.1
13.8
4.3
35.5

97.5
33.3
14.2
4.2
36.4

99.6
33.3
14.7
4.3
37.2

101.5
34.2
14.9
4.6
37.6

105.5
35.6
15.3
4.6
39.0

107.5
36.6
15.5
4.4
40.1

108.8
37.1
15.9
4.6
41.3

109.9
37.9
162
4.8
41.9

109.9
37.9
16.5
4.9
422

111.0
38.4
16.7
4.8
42.8

111.3
39.0
17.0
4.9
43.3

112.4
39.6
17.2
4.7
43.9

114.4
39.8
17.5
4.9
44,0

164.8

167.9

171.1

174.2

177.5

180.9

183.5

187.1

190.8

195.5

198.5

202.6

206.4

210.9

215.1

219.4

224.3

2282

58.3
23.9
10.0
13.9
12.8
22.5
47.3

59.3
23.8
9.9
13.9
13.0
23.0
48.8

60.0
242
10.2
14.0
13.2
24.1
49.6

60.8
25.0
10.3
14.7
13.3
25.2
49.8

61.8
25.3
10.5
14.8
13.5
262
50.7

62.9
25.7
10.6
15.0
13.7
27.1
51.7

63.7
25.6
10.6
15.0
13.9
27.7
52.6

64.8
26.3
10.9
15.4
14.3
27.9
53.8

66.0
26.8
10.9
15.9
14.6
27.6
55.7

67.1
27.4
11.1
16.3
15.0
27.8
58.2

68.0
272
11.2
16.0
15.3
28.5
59.5

68.8
28.0
11.5
16.5
15.7
29.9
602

28.6
11.6
17.0
15.9
31.1
60.8

71.1
292
11.7
17.4
16.5
32.4
61.7

72.2
29.4
11.7
17.6
16.9
33.0
63.7

73.2
30.1
12.3
17.9
17.1
33.4
65.6

74.7
30.2
12.2
18.0
17.4
33.8
68.2

76.1
31.0
12.6
18.4
17.7
34.5
68.8

170.7

Nondurable goods
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

1970

1968

1971

1972

Une
598.5

608.3

620.0

631.0

641.1

653.5

660.3

679.6

693.6

706.0

722.1

7392

757.1

862

86.4

86.5

852

86.4

87.3

82.5

93.1

95.9

98.1

101.9

105.3

108.5

38.6
342
13.0

38.0
34.9
13.3

38.5
34.7
132

38.3
35.0
13.2

35.9
35.5
13.8

37.2
35.6
13.6

37.4
35.6
142

31.6
362
14.7

42.1
36.6
14.4

43.7
37.3
14.8

45.0
38.0
15.2

47.3
39.3
15.3

48.3
40.9
16.1

50.1
41.4
17.0

241.1

245.5

250.2

2542

258.8

264.7

2682

271.9

276.5

278.3

282.0

284.4

288.5

2932

301.5

125.1
44.4
19.0
4.5
48.2

126.9
45.5
19.6
4.7
48.8

129.2
46.2
20.6
4.5
49.7

131.4
47.0
20.6
4.5
50.8

134.6
47.3
21.0
4.6
51.4

139.1
47.1
21.4
4.6
52.6

141.3
47.3
21.8
4.3
53.4

143.3
47.7
22.0
4.4
54.5

144.8
49.0
22.5
4.4
55.8

145.1
49.9
22.8
4.6
55.9

1472
51.6
22.7
4.7
55.7

147.8
52.2
23.3
4.5
56.6

149.9
53.1
23.8
4.4
57.3

152.3
53.8
23.8
4.6
58.6

157.4
55.3
23.6
4.8
60.4

246.1

251.6

256.6

262.1

267.6

274.7

281.1

286.5

294.3

301.3

3082

315.8

323.4

331.7

340.8

3472

80.3
32.6
13.1
19.5
19.1
39.8
74.3

822
33.2
13.3
19.9
19.5
41.5
75.3

83.9
34.2
13.7
20.5
20.0
42.7
75.8

85.8
34.4
13.5
20.9
20.6
44.0
77.2

87.8
35.4
14.1
21.3
21.2
44.9
78.3

89.8
36.2
14.5
21.7
21.9
46.1
80.6

91.3
36.8
14.7
22.1
22.7
47.7
82.6

92.8
37.3
14.9
22.4
23.2
49.0
842

94.7
38.1
15.4
22.7
24.1
50.7
86.7

97.1
38.9
15.6
23.3
24.8
52.8
87.7

99.1
39.8
16.2
23.7
25.5
53.8
90.0

101.4
40.5
16.6
23.9
26.7
55.6
91.6

103.9
41.4
16.7
24.7
27.7
57.5
92.8

106.3
42.4
17.1
25.3
28.5
59.2
95.3

108.7
43.3
17.4
25.9
29.3
61.0
98.4

110.7
44.5
18.1
26.4
29.6
62.3
100.0

576.6

539.0

37.6
33.9
122

37.5
33.6
12.7

232.6

238.6

117.5
41.5
18.1
4.9
45.6

120.3
42.7
18.3
4.7
46.7

123.3
44.1
18.9
4.6
47.7

234.1

240.6

77.5
31.6
12.8
18.8
18.2
36.2
70.5

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

35.1
32.3
11.9

78.7
31.9
12.7
19.3
18.6
38.3
73.1

587.9

83.6

227.6

Other
Nondurable goods

568.3

79.3

34.3
31.8
11.3

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment

552.6

77.3

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods

1972

1974

1973

1975

1976

Une
IV
Personal consumption expenditures

512
43.0
17.6

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other
Nondurable goods
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other
See note at end of table.




775.1

857.3

872.6

891.0

919.0

946.7

954.2

978.9 1,008.3 1,042.1 1,070.3 1,104.8 1,1245 1,153.9 1,189.1

125.7

124.6

124.3

121.7

119.5

123.6

129.5

119.3

124.0

129.1

138.9

145.4

54.8
44.4
18.3

59.6
46.9
192

57.4
47.5
19.8

55.7
482
20.5

52.0
48.9
20.8

47.7
50.4
21.4

49.7
51.8
22.1

54.3
52.8
22.3

46.4
51.0
21.9

48.9
51.8
23.3

50.6
53.9
24.6

57.7
55.2
26.0

62.0
57.1
26.3

799.7

111.8

Durable goods

824.0

1575

160.8

166.6

58.7
27.5

59.4
282

71.4
60.6
28.8

74.8
62.2
29.7

155.2

317.4

327.0

333.6

344.0

353.7

365.6

376.7

388.0

392.9

400.3

411.1

423.0

429.8

439.4

446.3

455.8

465.8

160.4
57.1
24.5
5.1
61.5

164.0
59.3
25.7
5.8
62.7

168.6
61.5
26.9
5.7
64.3

172.1
622
27.4
62
65.7

179.8
62.7
28.0
6.3
67.3

184.0
63.6
30.3
6.9
68.9

190.1
65.1
32.1
72
71.1

193.9
66.3
36.5
7.8
72.2

201.6
672
37.6
8.1
73.4

206.8
65.4
38.3
82
74.3

210.9
67.9
38.0
7.8
75.7

2162
70.4
38.7
8.4
77.4

221.8
72.1
40.5
9.0
79.6

2252
72.9
41.6
8.6
81.5

229.9
74.6
42.0
9.3
83.6

233.7
75.4
42.2
9.6
85.4

238.4
77.5
432
10.2
86.6

242.1
79.1
44.8
11.4
88.3

354.8

364.9

371.3

380.6

388.9

3972

405.9

418.6

4292

442.0

454.6

468.1

480.1

495.1

510.3

520.8

5372

556.7

113.1
45.8
18.4
27.4
30.0
64.7
101.3

115.7
47.6
19.7
27.9
30.4
65.8
105.3

118.6
47.8
192
28.6
30.7
68.3
105.9

121.3
49.1
19.7
29.4
31.0
70.6
108.5

124.0
50.6
20.5
30.2
31.3
72.2
110.8

127.0
51.5
20.6
31.0
31.7
73.6
113.4

129.8
52.3
20.8
31.5
32.5
75.8
115.4

132.4
54.9
23.1
31.8
332
78.5
119.7

135.4
56.6
24.4
32.1
33.6
81.4
122.3

138.9
58.4
25.7
32.7
34.0
84.7
125.9

142.2
60.1
26.7
33.4
34.4
88.5
129.5

145.1
63.5
28.8
34.7
35.1
91.8
132.7

148.4
65.1
29.4
35.7
36.1
93.4
137.1

152.4
66.2
29.4
36.8
37.3
98.4
140.8

155.9
68.3
30.3
38.0
39.0
1012
145.8

159.2
702
30.9
39.3
40.6
103.8
147.0

163.3
73.3
32.6
40.7
42.0
108.0
150.6

167.5
77.9
36.2
41.8
43.9
111.8
155.6

,

59

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.2.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1980

1979

1978

1977

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

1

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
... .
Household operation
Electricity and gas .
Other household operation ...
Transportation
Medical care
Other

1

1,225.5

1,253.5

1284.7

1,322.4

1,351.7

1,410.1

1,442.7

1,480.3

1,520.4

1,554.8

1,607.1

1,652£

1,701.5

1,704.9

1,762.3

1,823.6

2

175.2

180.3

184.6

190.5

187.9

205.3

205.5

210.4

211.8

210.6

218.3

216.0

218.7

1982

211.3

221.8

3

82.8
66.1

83.6
67.9

315

331

84.1
69.9
33.9

96.1
73.9
35.3

93.9
74.8
36.8

94.8
77.4
38.2

38.7

882
81.0
41.4

92.9
84.8
40.7

90.0
85.0
41.0

91.5

289

85.6
70.4
34.6

94.9

4
5

822
64.1

41.9

74.0
83.6
40.6

83.7
85.6
42.0

86.7
89.8
45.4

6

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods

477.4

485.6

492.0

506.9

516.7

534.5

549.4

565.5

583.6

599.8

624.5

645.5

667.1

673.8

686.2

704.6

7

250 6

2551
82.1

261.7
89.3

276.8
94.1

11.6
96.2

267.9
89.6
48.1
12.3
98.7

11.9
102.8

285.3
95.5
50.5
10.8
107.2

292.3
98.0
53.0
11.1
111.1

302.9
98.1
56.4
12.6
113.7

308.3
99.5
61.5
13.8
116.7

315.0
102.9
70.9
15.4
1202

325.7
104.2
76.2
15.6
123.8

333.1
104.6
85.8
16.1
127.5

337.0
104.9
88.0
15.2
128.8

344.1
108.2
86.0
15.2
132.7

353.0
111.6
87.0
15.3
137.7

782

852

8
g
10
11

804
457
11 0

469
106

897

90.8

256.4
84.6
47 0
11 0
92.9

12

5729

5876

6082

625.0

647.1

6702

687.8

704.4

725.0

744.4

764.3

791.0

815.7

832.9

864.9

8972

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

172 6
79.5
37 0
42 5

1771
79.2

181 7
83.6

186 7
85.4

1987
90.4

388

392

1928
88.2
41 0

43 6

44.8

46.2

472

48.3

204 2
91.9
42 0
49.9

210.9
94.3
43.3
50.9

465

485

504

512

534

542

548

1152
1592

1212
161.7

125 6
166.9

127 8
174.0

52 0
1327
181.4

1383
189.4

141.6
195.9

146.2
198.2

216.3
97.6
46.0
51.6
55.9
150.9
204.3

????
98.6
46.0
52.6
58.6
155.4
209.7

229.6
100.1
46.2
53.9
60.3
159.4
214.9

2382
103.6
48.9
54.7
62.6
165.6
221.1

2442
107.7
51.8
55.9
63.6
171.1
229.1

250.6
110.4
54.7
55.8
63.3
175.5
233.1

258.3
115.1
58.1
57.0
65.7
184.6
241.1

267.6
118.7
60.6
58.2
67.7
193.8
249.4

356

480

489

421

1984

1983

1982

1981

I
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Motor vehicles and parts ....
Furniture and household equipment..
Other
Nondurable goods
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

H

III

IV

1

1,876.0

1,908.9

1,952.1

1,968.0

2,005.4

2,029.4

2,073.1

2,128.7

2,162.9

2,2315

2,288.7

2,346.8

2,392.4

2,444.5

2,477.8

2,526.4

2

230.8

225.5

236.3

221.4

230.9

232.9

235.2

246.9

2512

270.1

281.0

297.7

307.6

317.9

318.0

328.2

3
4
5

95 3
91.3
442

887
91.4
45.4

97 3
91J9
470

852
90.4
45.8

94 9
89.8
46.3

947
91.7
46.6

963
92.8
46.1

1051
95.6
46.3

104.6
98.9
47.7

119.4
102.2
48.5

123.7
106.7
50.6

134.8
109.7
53.1

140.0
112.0
55.6

144.9
114.8
58.2

144.1
115.7
58.1

149.3
118.7
60.2

6

731.3

741.6

748.5

755.5

761.2

763.3

777.5

787.3

791.7

810.4

829.4

839.8

854.1

872.0

878.2

887.8

7

366 0
116.5
985

3692
118.8
97 0

3731
118.4
980

3767
119.8
969

161

159

156

153

11

361 1
115.1
982
15 5
141.4

144.5

147.8

150.4

152.5

3834
118.6
920
14.3
155.1

3891
120.9
946
14.3
158.6

3949
122.7
93 0
14.0
162.9

396.9
124.6
90.8
12.7
166.7

403.5
129.6
91.8
14.1
171.4

410.3
132.3
95.7
14.3
176.8

413.9
136.7
94.9
14.1
180.3

421.5
139.1
94.0
14.6
184.9

427.9
143.1
95.8
14.4
190.9

434.6
142.2
93.4
14.1
193.9

436.8
145.7
94.9
13.8
196.6

12

913.9

941.7

9672

991.1

1,013.3

1,033.2

1,060.4

1,094.6

1,120.0

1,151.4

1,178.3

1,209.3

1,230.8

1,254.6

1,281.7

1,310.4

13
14
15
16
17

2752
117.6
578
59.8
694
2019
249.8

283.4
125.3
63.6
61.7
686
210.1
254.3

291 1
1282
649
63.3
69 8
2181
2602

298.6
132.8
67.5
65.4
69 8
224.2
265.6

303.4
1382
72.1
66.1
69 6
230.0
272.0

3071
140.1
71.8
68.4
70 7
236.9
278.5

313.8
141.7
71.8
69.9
72.4
244.2
288.4

320.2
145.8
74.9
71.0
73 6
250.9
304.0

325.5
147.3
75.3
72.1
75.4
257.3
314.5

330.6
152.5
79.8
72.6
76.7
262.8
328.8

337.6
155.3
82.8
72.6
80.7
267.9
336.7

344.6
159.3
84.8
74.5
82.9
274.8
347.7

350.9
160.3
81.7
78.7
85.8
281.8
351.9

358.0
166.1
85.8
80.3
88.3
287.1
355.0

366.4
166.7
852
81.5
89.6
293.6
365.3

373.8
168.8
85.9
82.9
92.5
299.9
375.4

8
g

10

18
19

1988

1987

1986

1985
1 ino

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other

II

III

IV

2,784.8

Ill

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

2,812.3

2,882.0

2,923.1

2,962.8

3,030.1

3,091.4

3,124.6

3,199.1

3260.5

3,326.6

3,3982

376.1

I

I

411.6

406.8

384.9

401.4

419.7

408.8

428.8

433.1

433.5

4525

168.1
142.0
74.9

181.8
142.7
76.9

197.7
145.5
76.5

186.3
145.9
76.7

198.2
150.8
79.9

196.4
155.7
81.1

193.3
158.0
822

203.4
162.5
87.1

II

.

1

2,589.2

2,636.4

2,7042

2,739.8

2

3422

347.0

3682

354.4

3

1609
1201
612

1638
1218
61.5

1819
1238
62.5

1629
128.1
63.3

1691
129.9
64.8

1780
133.3
64.9

204.1
138.3
692

188.2
140.6
78.0

4
5
6

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other.

8995

914.3

923.8

939.5

950.1

943.9

951.0

963.7

989.0

1,007.6

1,018.4

1,029.4

1,041.5

1,062.0

1,085.8

1,105.8

7
8
g

4422
1482
947

4485
150.9
980

4529
153.5
974

460 7
156.2
97 6

4692
159.2
94.0

473 3
162.9
782

486 7
165.8
73.0

139

140

141

143

132

118

2009

2029

205.9

210.6

214.6

217.6

226.9

494 3
170.7
80.3
11 7
232.0

4991
173.4
84.3
12.2
238.5

502 0
176.4
86.4
11.9
241.7

507.4
177.6
87.8

10
11

477 9
165.0
73.7
11 6
222.8

244.3

515.8
180.1
852
12.3
248.1

528.0
183.2
86.3
12.1
252.4

541.1
188.1
87.6
12.1
256.8

549.5
194.4
88.5
11.7
261.7

12

1,347.1

1,3752

1,4122

1,446.0

1,470.9

1,492.3

1,519.4

1,552.6

1,568.8

1,6212

1,653.3

1,686.4

1,728.8

1,765.4

1,807.3

1,839.5

13
14

379.9
1752
91 5
83.7
961
3068
389.1

388.5
1720

397.0
1770

856

877

86.3
982
3144
402.1

89.3
1001
3229
415.1

404.6
1807
90.1
90.6
101 5
333.0
426.1

411.4
1784
86.6
91.8
1038
336.9
440.4

418.1
1808
87.3
93.5
1044
341.5
447.5

425.0
1828
87.7
95.1
1061
348.8
456.7

432.7
182.5
86.8
95.7
109.0
358.4
470.0

440.4
182.7
85.8
97.0
112.9
369.0
483.8

447.5
188.3
89.5
98.8
115.3
3802
489.9

455.6
190.5
89.8
100.7
116.9
391.3
498.9

466.6
189.7
88.6
101.1
121.3
398.5
510.3

473.5
194.9
92.2
102.8
122.7
409.9
527.8

479.5
196.8
91.7
105.1
127.5
421.4
5402

487.8
202.4
94.5
107.9
130.9
435.1
5512

496.0
203.8
95.3
108.5
132.7
444.4
562.6

15
16
17

18
19

NOTE.—Estimates of personal consumption expenditures for services reflect discontinuities in estimates of U.S.
residents' expenditures abroad and nonresidents' expenditures in the United States. Beginning with estimates for
1981, U.S. students' expenditures abroad are included in personal consumption expenditures, and nonresidents' student and medical care expenditures in the United States are excluded from personal consumption expenditures.




113

122

Beginning in 1984, estimates of U.S. residents' foreign travel and passenger fare expenditures, and of nonresidents'
travel expenditures in the United Slates, which are excluded from personal consumption expenditures, are substantially improved. See note to table 2.4 for further details.

60

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.3.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1,210.8

1,238.4

1,293.3

1,341.9

1,4172

1,497.0

1,573.8

1,622.4

1,707.5

1,7712

1,813.5

1,873.7

1,978.4

2,066.7

115.4

109.4

120.2

130.3

140.7

1562

166.0

1672

184.5

190.8

183.7

201.4

2252

246.6

61.3
37.7
16.3

54.9
38.1
16.3

62.2
40.4
17.6

68.4
43.1
18.8

71.2
48.3
21.1

81.2
52.1
22.8

81.8
57.6
26.7

80.3
59.5
27.4

91.8
62.9
29.8

95.1
64.3
31.5

85.6
64.4
33.7

100.8
66.8
33.8

114.3
73.6
37.3

123.4
81.5
41.8

526.9

537.7

553.0

563.6

588.2

616.7

647.6

659.0

686.0

7032

7172

725.6

755.8

777.9

301.9
582
38.1
22.6
97.7

305.8
58.7
39.4
21.7
101.3

312.1
59.8
39.8
20.6
105.3

316.3
62.4
41.5
20.6
112.2

319.2
63.6
42.8
21.6
116.4

331.0
68.5
45.1
22.5
121.0

346.5
71.5
47.3
23.5
127.9

359.1
76.3
50.2
24.2
137.7

364.5
76.9
51.8
24.2
141.5

380.7
802
55.5
23.0
146.7

389.7
81.9
59.2
21.8
150.6

397.5
81.0
62.9
20.2
155.6

399.2
84.6
65.9
19.5
156.4

411.9
90.4
68.6
21.5
163.4

412.6
96.9
72.1
23.3
172.9

546.0

568.5

591.3

620.0

648.0

688.3

724.1

7602

7962

837.0

8772

912.5

946.7

997.4

1,0422

159.8
75.0
34.5
40.6
45.4
95.0
170.8

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household opearation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

1962

518.5

Other
Nondurable goods

1961

597
38.2
16.5

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment

1960

114.4

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods

1959
1,178.9

Line

168.1
78.5
36.3
42.2
46.7
98.4
176.7

176.0
81.2
38.3
42.9
47.0
102.0
185.2

185.8
85.2
40.9
44.2
48.7
110.2
190.2

194.4
88.4
42.8
45.6
50.5
117.1
197.7

203.5
92.6
45.1
47.5
53.0
129.8
209.4

214.6
96.8
47.2
49.6
55.4
135.8
221.5

224.4
101.4
49.7
51.7
58.6
142.3
233.5

234.5
106.2
52.4
53.8
62.0
148.1
245.4

246.0
110.1
55.0
55.0
65.4
159.5
256.0

259.1
115.3
58.0
57.2
68.9
171.3
262.6

269.3
118.9
60.4
58.6
71.0
180.7
272.6

280.9
120.8
61.8
58.9
73.6
193.7
277.8

295.9
126.8
64.9
61.8
77.8
207.0

310.8
132.0
66.5
65.5
79.6
222.4
297.5

1974

1979

1982

1983

1985

1986

1987

1988

2,391.8

2,448.4

2,447.1

2,476.9

2,503.7

2,619.4

2,746.1

2,865.8

2,969.1

3,0522

3,162.4

226.8

256.4

280.0

292.9

289.0

262.7

264.6

262.5

297.7

338.5

370.1

402.0

403.7

428.7

102.9
79.1
44.8

124.6
842
47.7

137.3
91.4
51.3

141.5
96.6
54.8

130.5
101.3
57.2

111.4
98.5
52.8

113.5
97.7
53.4

115.6
94.2
52.7

138.1
104.3
55.3

160.3
115.3
62.9

180.2
123.8
66.1

193.3
136.3
72.4

183.5
144.0
76.2

194.8
155.4
78.5

767.1

801.3

819.8

844.8

862.8

860.5

867.9

8722

900.3

934.6

958.7

991.0

1,011.1

1,035.1

404.7
95.4
68.6
18.4
172.6

413.2
98.5
70.6
18.1
166.7

431.9
103.2
73.4
20.3
172.5

441.5
108.7
75.7
19.6
174.3

442.8
119.0
77.4
19.5
186.2

448.0
124.1
76.4
18.1
196.3

448.8
126.0
72.0
14.0
199.6

446.6
132.8
73.2
11.8
203.6

451.4
133.7
73.9
10.9
202.3

463.4
142.4
75.7
11.1
207.8

472.3
153.1
77.9
112
220.0

483.0
158.8
79.2
11.5
226.2

494.1
170.3
82.9
12.1
231.7

500.7
174.5
84.7
12.0
239.1

513.4
178.9
86.1
12.0
244.7

1,066.8

1,103.6

1,1493

1,196.8

1254.1

1,296.5

1,323.9

1,344.4

1,368.9

1,421.4

1,473.0

1,537.0

1,576.1

1,637.4

1,698.5

326.9
132.5
66.9
65.5
79.9
231.1
296.5

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household opearation
Transportation
..
. .
Medical care
Other

1978

2,296.6

759.8

Other
Nondurable goods

1977

2207.3

1022
81.9
43.1

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment

1976

2,097.5

2272

Durable goods

1975

2,053.8

Personal consumption expenditures

336.5
138.1
70.4
67.6
81.4
243.8
304.0

346.7
143.9
72.9
71.0
84.4
255.5
319.0

355.4
151.0
76.0
75.0
90.2
267.9
332.2

372.9
158.0
78.8
79.1
92.9
279.2
351.2

387.9
162.9
79.3
83.5
96.1
290.9
358.7

399.4
167.1
81.6
85.5
91.3
302.1
363.9

407.3
165.6
80.3
85.3
88.9
318.3
3642

409.6
166.7
81.2
85.5
87.4
323.7
381.6

415.5
169.4
83.7
85.6
91.6
332.6
412.4

426.8
173.7
84.3
89.4
100.0
341.9
430.7

435.9
179.1
86.6
92.5
1092
353.0
459.8

442.1
180.8
85.6
95.2
112.6
366.2
474.4

452.5
187.8
88.4
99.4
116.6
384.7
495.7

461.8
196.9
92.7
104.2
122.5
399.4
517.9

1960

1962

1961

1963

Une

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other
fcl*»M*J. IMftKltfk «M%**W«»

Nonauraoie gooas
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other
See note at end of table.




1,159.5 1,1753 1,188.0 1,192.7 1,201.7 1216.4 1,210.8 1214.1 1,218.1 1235.6 12383

1261.0 1273.5 1,287.0 12982

1,314.3 1,322.5 1,332.3

111.9

1162

117.6

112.0

1145

117.6

1162

113.2

106.7

1072

109.3

114.4

116.7

119.1

120.1

125.0

127.3

129.7

58.1
37.5
16.3

61.3
38.4
16.5

62.6
38.5
16.5

56.7
38.6
16.8

60.0
38.1
16.4

62.6
38.4
16.6

62.8
37.3
16.1

59.9
37.1
16.2

53.6
37.0
16.0

53.4
37.6
16.1

54.4
38.5
16.4

58.3
39.3
16.7

60.3
39.4
16.9

61.9
39.9
17.3

61.4
41.0
17.8

65.3
41.3
18.3

66.9
42.0
18.4

68.4
42.6
18.7

514.9

5165

519.9

522.4

522.8

529.6

527.0

528.0

532.1

537.7

536.9

5433

548.9

554.5

5582

561.0

561.8

298.9
57.3
37.9
23.5
97.4

300.3
58.7
382
22.8
97.0

3032
582
38.0
22.5
98.0

305.3
58.8
38.4
21.8
98.3

303.6
59.0
38.5
22.3
99.4

307.5
59.4
402
21.5
101.0

305.8
58.4
39.5
21.3
102.1

306.3
58.1
39.3
21.7
102.6

309.9
58.7
39.3
20.8
103.4

312.1
59.3
40.2
21.5
104.7

311.6
59.9
39.8
202
105.5

314.6
61.4
40.0
20.1
107.8

315.1
61.7
41.1
20.7
110.3

315.1
62.4
41.3
20.5
111.3

317.7
62.6
41.6
20.0
112.7

317.5
63.1
42.1
21.2
114.3

317.1
62.8
42.5
22.8
115.8

318.7
632
43.0
21.1
115.8

532.7

542.4

550.6

5582

564.4

569.1

567.6

5723

579.3

590.6

592.6

602.7

608.0

617.4

6235

631.1

6342

640.8

156.2
73.8
34.2
39.6
44.7
93.7
164.4

158.4
74.7
33.8
40.9
45.0
94.5
169.7

161.1
755
34.8
40.7
45.7
95.4
172.7

163.6
76.0
35.1
41.0
46.1
962
176.3

165.3
77.3
35.9
41.5
46.5
98.0
177.3

166.9
78.3
362
42.1
46.7
99.4
177.8

168.9
78.6
36.1
42.5
46.8
97.3
175.9

171.4
79.8
37.1
42.7
46.9
99.0
175.9

172.8
79.9
36.7
43.2
46.7
99.5
180.4

174.6
81.1
38.8
42.3
46.8
101.9
1862

176.9
80.8
38.4
42.4
47.0
102.4
185.5

179.6
82.9
39.2
43.7
47.6
104.0
188.7

181.2
84.6
40.4
442
48.0
106.3
187.8

184.1
83.9
40.3
43.6
48.6
108.9
191.9

187.3
85.3
41.0
44.3
48.9
111.7
190.3

190.4
86.8
42.1
44.7
49.3
114.0
190.5

191.8
88.8
43.4
45.3
49.7
115.4

192.8
86.8
41.5
45.3
50.1
116.5
194.7

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61

Table 2.3.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1964

1963

1967

1966

Line
1,350.7 1,362.0 1,388.0 1,409.3 1,433.8 1,437.6 1,463.4 1,480.9 1,503.1 1,540.6 1,559.6 1,566.1 1,582.0 1,587.6 1,6002 1,620.8 1,629.4 1,639.0

Personal consumption expenditures

131.3

144.8

139.4

152.2

152.4

157.3

162.8

162.0

166.3

166.0

162.8

170.0

168.1

167.8

71.6
48.2
20.9

74.0
48.8
21.9

68.2
49.8
21.4

80.5
50.0
21.8

79.5
50.8
22.1

82.2
52.4
22.8

82.6
55.4
24.8

87.0
56.5
26.5

79.0
56.5
26.4

80.7
58.7
26.9

80.5
58.6
26.8

77.0
58.7
27.1

83.3
59.3
27.4

81.3
59.4
27.4

79.4
60.5
27.9

566.1

575.7

584.9

595.9

596.3

602.8

609.5

617.6

6372

641.9

6472

651.7

649.4

655.4

659.0

658.8

662.7

321.5
63.8
43.0
21.2
116.5

325.2
66.5
44.2
21.0
118.8

330.0
68.3
45.0
21.8
119.8

333.9
69.3
45.7
23.6
123.3

335.0
70.0
45.6
23.6
122.2

339.1
70.2
45.9
22.4
125.1

342.3
70.1
47.1
23.0
127.1

346.3
71.5
47.5
24.6
127.7

358.6
74.1
48.5
24.2
131.8

359.0
75.8
49.2
23.1
134.7

359.2
76.1
50.3
23.9
137.8

360.3
77.0
50.6
24.8
139.0

358.1
76.3
50.7
25.1
139.2

362.8
76.3
51.0
24.4
140.8

363.8
77.0
51.5
24.7
142.1

363.5
77.4
52.0
23.6
142.3

368.0
76.9
52.9
24.2
140.6

654.1

663.0

6745

683.7

693.2

701.9

708.4

719.0

728.2

740.7

747.9

756.9

764.0

772.2

7815

791.8

8025

808.6

195.2
89.5
43.5
46.0
50.7
117.3
201.4

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household opearation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

140.6

712
46.4
20.2

319.6
64.4
42.6
21.4
117.4

Other
Nondurable goods

137.8

69.5
44.3
19.2

565.4

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment

133.0

68.7
43.7
18.8

Durable goods

197.8
88.6
42.8
45.8
51.4
119.1
206.0

199.7
90.5
44.6
45.9
52.1
123.6
208.6

202.0
92.6
44.6
48.0
52.8
128.2
208.1

204.7
93.1
45.3
47.8
53.4
132.3
209.6

207.4
94.1
46.0
48.1
53.8
135.2
211.4

209.8
93.9
45.9
48.0
54.1
137.2
213.5

213.1
96.6
47.4
49.1
54.9
137.2
217.3

216.2
97.8
47.7
50.2
55.7
134.6
223.8

219.5
98.9
47.8
51.1
56.7
134.3
231.3

221.2
99.1
48.3
50.9
572
136.3
234.0

222.9
100.9
49.7
51.1
58.4
140.9
233.9

225.5
102.1
50.0
52.1
58.8
144.3
233.2

228.0
103.6
50.7
52.9
602
147.7
232.7

230.3
103.8
50.5
53.3
61.0
148.1
238.7

232.6
106.5
52.7
53.7
61.4
148.1
243.2

236.0
106.1
52.3
53.8
62.3
147.8
250.3

239.3
108.4
54.0
54.4
632
148.3
249.4

1971

1970

1968

1972

Une
IV
1,725.2 1,735.0 1,754.7 1,765.1 1,775.0 1,790.1 1,8005 1,807.5 1,824.7 1,821.2 1,849.9 1,863.5 1,8765 1,904.6 1,929.3 1,963.3

1,672.9

Personal consumption expenditures

182.0

189.4

188.5

192.0

190.9

190.6

189.7

1852

187.3

1882

1742

193.0

197.8

203.3

2115

215.9

220.9

88.3
61.4
28.5

62.3
29.9

95.1
64.4
30.0

94.1
63.7
30.7

96.6
64.3
31.1

94.2
64.9
31.7

952
63.9
31.4

942
63.9
31.6

87.8
64.3
33.2

90.4
64.2
32.7

642
34.1

74.4
64.9
34.8

94.6
652
33.2

66.0
33.8

101.9
66.9
34.4

108.5
69.0
33.9

108.9
71.4
35.6

111.7
72.3
36.9

675.5

683.0

692.9

692.7

698.7

702.3

703.8

708.0

714.6

714.0

718.0

722.3

724.0

7245

724.2

729.4

7345

752.7

373.7
79.1
54.2
24.3
1442

379.0
79.9
55.0
23.1
145.9

384.8
81.3
56.2
22.4
148.3

3852
80.7
56.3
22.0
148.5

388.5
81.6
57.6
22.5
148.6

389.9
81.9
59.0
21.7

388.9
82.2
59.5
212
152.0

391.7
81.9
60.8
21.6
152.1

396.3
80.9
62.1
21.4
153.8

396.3
80.7
62.1
202
154.7

398.1
80.6
63.3
20.1
155.9

399.5
81.8
63.8
19.3
158.0

399.4
82.5
64.8
20.1
157.2

399.4
84.5
65.9
202
154.9

397.5
85.0
66.3
192
156.1

400.6
86.2
66.7
18.6
157.3

401.3
86.7
67.7
19.6
159.5

412.6
89.0
67.9
20.4
162.9

8192

831.9

842.9

853.8

863.9

871.8

892.4

900.7

9062

918.5

924.7

9323

940.8

949.4

963.7

9785

242.1
109.1
54.7
54.4
63.9
152.3
251.8

244.0
108.7
53.6
55.1
64.9
158.0
256.2

247.0
110.7
55.4
55.3
66.1
161.7
257.4

251.0
111.7
562
55.4
66.8
165.8
258.6

254.1
114.1
57.7
56.4
67.7
168.4
259.7

257.5
113.4
56.4
57.0
68.5
170.7
261.7

264.2
117.6
59.5
58.1
702
174.0
266.4

266.0
118.5
60.0
58.6
702
176.8
269.1

267.5
118.4
59.9
58.5
70.6
178.1
271.6

270.0
119.5
61.0
58.5
71.5
181.7
275.8

273.7
119.3
60.5
58.8
71.6
186.4
273.8

275.7
120.5
61.7
58.8
71.9
188.0
276.9

278.6
120.6
622
58.3
73.0
192.0
276.7

282.6
1202
61.4
58.8
74.0
195.8
276.9

286.7
121.8
62.0
59.8
75.3
199.0
280.8

290.7
122.6
62.3
60.3
76.7
2025
286.0

178.2

Durable goods
Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other
Nondurable goods
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household opearation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

1972

260.7
116.0
58.5
57.5
69.3
1722
262.5

1973

1974

1975

293.8
125.3
64.1
612
77.3
204.7
288.5

1976

Une
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other
NonouraDK? gooos
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household opearation
Transportation
Medical care
Other
See note at end of table.




1489.1 2,032.1 2,063.9 2,062.0 2,073.7 2,0674 2,050.8 2,059.0 2,0655 2,039.9 2,051.8 2,0865 2,114.4 2,137.0 2,179.3 2,194.7 2213.0 2,2424
225.7

238.3

253.4

2482

2454

239.0

2304

233.5

235.3

209.1

214.6

2185

233.3

240.7

254.0

254.4

2562

261.0

1135
74.5
37.8

122.8
76.4
39.0

132.5
805
40.4

125.9
812
41.2

121.8
81.6
42.4

113.4
82.5
43.1

103.8
83.7
43.4

105.4
84.0
44.1

109.4
82.6
43.3

90.4
77.3
41.4

94.3
76.9
43.5

96.1
785
43.9

107.6
79.8
45.9

113.7
81.3
45.7

124.4
82.7
46.9

123.8
83.2
47.5

123.9
84.4
47.8

1262
86.3
48.4

761.7

774.0

780.7

773.7

7805

776.7

766.3

761.2

760.7

7505

752.1

767.1

773.5

775.6

789.2

799.3

8052

811.6

415.4
91.6
68.7
21.6
164.5

4185
942
702
24.4
166.8

417.7
96.9
72.6
235
170.0

410.1
96.6
71.6
24.0
171.3

413.8
96.8
72.3
23.7
173.9

408.7
97.4
72.1
22.1
1765

4062
97.7
65.0
18.6
178.7

402.7
96.9
67.6
18.7
175.4

407.1
95.5
69.4
18.3
170.3

402.9
91.7
72.2
18.0
166.1

404.6
95.0
70.9
175
164.2

414.6
98.3
71.0
18.4
164.8

416.7
100.0
69.9
18.9
167.9

416.9
100.7
70.6
175
169.8

425.0
102.0
72.1
18.9
171.1

431.6
102.3
732
19.6
172.6

434.6
103.6
73.7
20.5
172.9

436.4
104.8
74.7
22.1
173.5

t.001.6 1,019.8 1,029.7 1,040.1 1,047.3 1,051.6 1,053.6 1,064.3 1,0695 1,0794 1,085.0 1,10U 1,107.6 1,120.6 1,136.1 1,141.0 1,151.6 1,169.4
312.7
321.4
325.4
316.3
308.9
305.1
337.4
301.6
2975
332.9
331.9
329.0
348.4
340.5
335.0
342.8
345.6
350.0
134.1
132.3
133.1
129.9
129.3
131.3
140.3
127.4
131.8
1332
134.5
134.0
144.8
138.3
139.6
140.5
139.4
150.9
68.1
63.4
66.8
66.3
66.3
65.1
72.0
68.6
64.7
68.1
69.3
682
73.0
70.0
72.2
702
78.3
66.0
655
66.8
66.5
64.1
65.1
68.3
62.6
632
705
65.0
652
65.9
71.8
67.4
692
72.6
79.7
80.6
80.3
80.0
79.4
795
84.3
82.1
79.1
78.2
79.8
79.0
79.8
84.3
81.3
82.3
83.6
85.6
224.1
254.3
230.1
225.2
2275
218.1
2222
242.8
2095
211.4
231.6
235.0
240.3
256.9
243.6
248.4
2512
259.6
296.8
316.4
2942
296.1
297.1
298.3
297.8
305.0
295.9
296.1
299.5
296.0
3172
301.8
311.0
319.1
323.3

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

62

Table 2.3.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1977

1980

1979

1978

1 ino

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

2,271.3

2,280.8

2,3016

2,331.6

2,347.1

2,394.0

2,4045

2,421.6

2,437.9

2,435.4

2,454.7

2,465.4

2,464.6

2,4142

2,440.3

2,4692

272.3

278.1

282.1

287.3

279.0

300.4

2952

297.0

293.8

285.9

292.4

283.8

279.7

246.3

258.4

266.6

3
4
5

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other

1
2

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods

137.1
88.4
46.8

137.1
90.4
506

137.4
92.0
52.8

137.6
94.7
54.9

132.8
93.4
52.8

148.9
97.4
54.1

142.5
97.1
55.5

141.8
98.5
56.7

139.0
98.2
56.6

1262
100.6
59.2

131.4
103.9
572

125.4
102.4
56.0

124.6
100.5
54.7

98.9
96.6
50.9

110.2
96.9
51.3

112.1
100.1
54.4

6

Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household opearation
Medical care
Other

816.7

829.2

833.5

840.9

848.0

856.9

860.5

856.6

8635

870.8

8692

857.4

855.3

859.9

441.3
107.1
75.6
190
172.8

438.4
108.7
762
19.4
174.0

441.9
114.1
76.3
19.9
177.0

441.8
114.8
76.0
21.1
179.7

439.6
118.8
77.5
20.3
184.7

443.1
120.1
78.2
18.4
188.4

446.4
122.5
78.0
18.1
192.0

446.8
122.0
79.2
19.7
192.9

444.4
122.5
75.6
18.8
195.4

447.1
125.7
75.5
17.6
197.6

453.8
1262
75.2
16.3
199.3

455.3
124.6
73.5
15.5
200.3

450.0
124.0
72.3
13.7
197.4

445.5
126.7
71.1
13.5
198.6

444.3
128.8
712
13.3
2022

1,1812

1,187.0

1,203.8

1,215.1

1,234.6

1,252.8

1261.3

1267.7

1283.6

1292.8

1298.7

1,310.9

1,315.6

1,310.4

1,326.6

1,342.8

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

Services

815.7

4444
105.0
74.6
20 2
173.5

12

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other

817.8

7
8
9
10
11

Nondurable goods

352.3
1503
77.0
733
88.2
2632
3272

353.8
1468
72.6
74.2
89.6
267.6
3292

3562
153.0
77.4
75.6
91.4
270.2
333.1

3592
154.0
77.0
77.1
91.7
270.7
339.5

365.7
156.6
78.8
77.8
91.6
275.0
345.7

3712
157.5
79.0
78.5
93.2
278.9
352.1

375.3
158.1
78.6
79.5
93.7
279.9
354.4

379.4
159.6
79.0
80.7
932
282.9
352.6

383.0
163.7
81.8
81.9
95.4
285.6
355.9

386.4
162.8
79.9
83.0
96.6
289.0
358.1

389.5
161.7
77.2
84.6
96.3
292.4
358.9

392.9
163.3
78.5
84.7
96.1
296.5
362.1

395.7
165.6
80.1
85.5
93.9
298.0
362.5

398.2
166.2
80.4
85.8
90.6
295.7
359.8

400.4
167.4
82.1
85.3
90.8
303.8
3642

4032
169.2
83.6
85.5
90.1
311.0
369.3

1984

1983

1982

1981
Line
I

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

2,475.5

2,476.1

2,487.4

2,468.6

2,484.0

2,4885

2,5025

2,539.3

2,5565

2,604.0

2,639.0

2,6782

2,703.8

2,741.1

2,754.6

2,784.8

274.4

262.6

271.3

250.0

259.3

258.6

260.0

272.3

274.3

294.0

303.3

319.1

329.6

339.0

337.6

347.7

121.8
100.0
52.6

110.6
98.7
533

118.9
97.5
54.9

102.5
94.5
52.9

113.6
92.7
52.9

111.9
93.6
53.1

113.3
94.3
52.4

123.7
96.4
52.3

121.6
99.4
53.4

137.8
102.3
539

141.2
106.4
55.7

151.6
109.3
58.1

156.9
111.9
60.8

161.1
114.8
632

158.7
115.9
62.9

164.3
118.7
64.8

867.3

868.6

867.9

868.1

867.6

867.7

872.7

880.7

8852

893.8

907.1

9152

920.6

936.2

938.5

942.9

446.2
132.0
73.2
12.0
203.8

448.0
132.3
73.2
11.8
203.3

445.1
133.8
73.2
11.7
204.1

447.1
132.9
73.0
11.6
203.4

445.9
133.7
74.0
11.5
202.5

449.0
131.5
74.8
10.9
201.5

452.2
133.9
73.5
10.7
202.4

458.3
135.7
73.4
10.5
202.8

459.0
137.3
75.9
10.1
203.0

461.0
141.5
74.1
11.4
205.8

466.6
143.0
76.0
11.4
210.0

467.1
147.7
76.9
11.4
2122

467.3
150.2
762
11.4
215.5

472.0
155.0
77.9
11.1
220.3

474.8
152.7
78.4
11.1
221.5

475.1
154.7
79.0
11.1
222.9

12

1,333.8

1,3445

1,3482

1,350.6

1,357.1

1,362.6

1,369.8

1,386.2

1,396.9

1,416.1

1,428.6

1,443.9

1,453.6

1,465.8

1,478.6

1,494.2

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household opearation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

ill

7
8
9
10
11

Services

II

6
. .

I

3
4
5

Nondurable goods

IV

2

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other
.
. .

III

1
Durable ooods

II

405.0
162.6
77.2
85.4
90.0
314.3
361.9

407.3
167.6
81.9
85.7
88.5
318.7
362.8

4082
165.6
80.5
85.1
89.0
320.7
364.8

408.7
166.8
81.8
85.0
88.1
319.6
367.3

408.4
168.6
83.8
84.8
87.2
319.8
373.1

409.0
166.6
81.1
85.5
86.9
322.6
377.4

410.0
165.3
79.6
85.7
87.2
324.5
382.7

411.0
166.2
80.2
85.9
88.2
327.8
393.1

411.9
164.6
79.3
85.3
89.8
3302
400.4

413.6
168.1
82.6
85.5
902
3322
412.0

416.6
171.6
86.4
85.2
92.1
333.1
415.3

419.7
173.3
86.8
86.6
942
3348
422.0

422.6
171.3
83.0
88.3
96.8
3396
423.4

424.8
175.7
86.2
89.5
98.8
3402
4262

428.3
172.9
83.4
89.5
100.9
342 7
433.8

431.3
174.8
84.5
90.3
103.5
3449
439.7

1987

1985

1988

Line

2,893.3

2,895.3

2,922.4

2,9475

2,993.7

3,0125

3,0115

3,046.8

3,075.8

3,074.7

3,1282

3,147.8

3,170.6

3202.9

364.4

386.4

369.6

378.9

3902

423.1

415.7

389.4

403.1

417.7

404.7

425.1

4263

423.8

4392

177.0
121.9
65.5

195.5
124.6
66.3

173.9
128.6
67.1

179.8
130.6
68.5

187.5
134.3
68.4

212.1
139.0
72.0

193.6
141.4
80.7

171.4
141.9
762

182.6
143.1
77.4

196.3
145.3
76.1

183.6
145.9
752

197.1
150.5
77.4

195.0
154.3
77.6

156.3
78.0

197.7
160.3
812

9492

Services

. ..

961.3

968.7

980.8

9902

992.3

1,000.9

1,005.6

1,011.3

1,0123

1,014.6

1,023.5

1,031.0

1,039.3

1,046.8

482.1
157.6
79.2
11.4
225.3

484.8
160.0
79.3
11.6
225.6

4882
161.7
79.5
11.4
228.0

4932
166.2
812
11.3
228.8

494.1
171.5
82.5
11.9
230.1

492.0
171.8
83.1
12.6
232.8

496.9
171.9
84.6
12.4
2352

499.7
173.9
83.6
11.9
236.5

500.4
173.4
85.6
12.4
239.6

500.4
176.3
84.3
11.7
2402

502.4
174.5
85.4
11.9
240.4

506.8
176.5
85.1
12.1
243.0

513.1
176.0
86.1
11.9
243.9

515.8
180.2
85.8
12.1
245.5

518.0
182.8
87.5
12.0
246.4

15155

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other

955.6

477.1
156.1
78.7
11.5
225.9

Nonouraoie gooos

Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household opearation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

2,849.7

174.6
119.9
65.6

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other

2,824.9
360.1

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods

1529.8

1,545.6

1,557.1

1,562.8

1,567.5

1578.3

1,595.8

1,6165

1,632.4

1,6452

1,6555

1,679.6

1,690.0

1,7075

1,716.9

432.9
180.0
89.4
90.6
106.5
347.4
448.8

435.5
1752
83.3
91.9
108.9
350.4
459.7

4372
178.7
852
93.5
109.9
355.1
464.8

438.1
182.6
88.5
94.0
1112
359.1
466.0

440.3
178.5
842
94.3
112.0
362.0
470.0

440.6
180.1
85.3
94.7
111.8
363.8
4712

442.5
181.9
862
95.7
113.1
367.0
473.7

444.8
182.8
86.8
96.0
113.4
372.0
482.8

448.4
183.7
86.0
97.6
114.8
377.6
492.0

451.1
188.3
89.5
98.8
116.4
382.9
493.8

453.6
190.0
89.5
100.5
117.3
387.8
496.5

457.0
189.3
88.6
100.6
117.9
390.7
500.6

458.4
194.8
92.4
102.4
120.3
395.3
510.8

460.3
194.7
91.4
1032
122.1
397.7
5152

462.8
199.5
93.9
105.7
123.5
401.7
519.9

465.6
198.6
93.0
105.6
1242
403.0
525.5

NOTE.—Estimates of personal consumption expenditures for services reflect discontinuities in estimates of U.S.
residents' expenditures abroad and nonresidents expenditures in the United States. Beginning with estimates for
1981, U.S. students' expenditures abroad are included in personal consumption expenditures, and nonresidents' student and medical care expenditures in the United States are excluded from personal consumption expenditures.




Beginning in 1984, estimates of U.S. residents' foreign travel and passenger fare expenditures, and of nonresidents'
travel expenditures in the United States, which are excluded from personal consumption expenditures, are substantially improved. See note to table 2.4 for further details.

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

63

Table 2.4.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1

318.1

332.4

343.5

364.4

3842

412.5

444.6

481.6

509.3

559.1

603.7

6465

700.3

767.8

848.1

2

87.2

89.5

92.0

94.3

97.0

1022

109.1

117.6

1212

131.0

140.3

152.9

158.8

170.7

189.3

Food purchased for off-premise consumption (n.d.) .. 3
4
Purchased meals and beverages* (n.d.)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
5
(n.d.).
Food produced and consumed on farms (n.d.)
6
7
Tobacco products (n.d.)

60.8
17.5
1.2

62.0
18.4
1.2

63.2
19.3
1.3

64.2
20.6
1.3

65.6
21.7
1.4

69.5
23.0
1.4

74.6
24.2
1.5

80.8
25.6
1.8

83.0
26.7
1.9

89.4
29.5
2.0

96.0
31.7
2.1

104.4
34.9
2.1

108.2
36.6
2.0

115.5
40.1
2.0

128.0
44.8
2.2

1.2
6.6

1.1
6.9

1.0
7.1

.9
7.2

.9
7.5

.8
7.6

.8
8.1

.8
8.5

.7
8.9

.7
9.4

.7
9.8

.8
10.8

.7
11.3

.9
12.2

1.1
13.2

8
9

70.1
6.3

71.8
6.5

73.7
6.5

75.3
7.0

77.2
7.2

81.8
7.6

87.6
7.9

94.7
8.4

97.3
8.8

105.1
9.8

112.8
10.9

122.5
12.3

126.3
13.7

135.5
14.8

151.2
15.9

Personal consumption expenditures
Food and tobacco

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages (n.d.)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (n.d.).
Other alcoholic beverages (n.d.)

10

4.3

4.4

4.6

4.8

5.1

5.2

5.5

5.8

6.2

6.6

6.8

7.4

7.5

8.2

9.0

11

32.0

32.7

335

35.0

36.0

39.1

41.4

45.5

47.8

52.5

562

57.6

61.8

67.1

74.7

12
13
14
15
16
17

4.4
22.0
14.3
7.7
.1
3.2

4.5
22.4
14.6
7.8
0
3.3

4.6
23.0
15.0
8.0
.1
3.3

4.8
24.2
15.8
8.3
.1
3.4

4.8
24.9
16.4
8.5
.1
3.5

5.2
27.1
17.8
9.3
.1
3.6

5.4
28.6
18.6
9.9
.1
3.8

6.0
31.2
20.2
11.0
.2
4.0

6.4
32.6
20.9
11.8
.2
4.1

7.1
35.9
23.0
12.9
2
4.3

7.8
38.5
24.6
13.9
2
4.5

7.8
39.8
25.6
14.3
.2
4.5

8.1
43.4
28.1
15.3
.1
4.3

8.9
47.4
30.4
17.0
.1
4.5

9.8
52.6
33.7
18.9
.1
4.4

18
19

2.0
.5

1.9
.5

1.9
.6

2.0
.6

2.2
.6

2.4
.7

2.7
.8

3.2
.9

3.5
1.0

3.8
1.2

4.0
1.2

4.1
1.3

4.4
1.3

4.8
1.5

6.0
1.8

20

52

5.6

6.1

6.7

7.0

7.5

8.1

9.0

9.8

10.6

11.1

11.8

12.1

12.9

14.1

21
22

2.7
2.5

3.0
2.6

3.3
2.8

3.6
3.1

3.9
3.2

4.2
3.4

4.5
3.6

5.0
4.0

5.4
4.4

5.9
4.7

6.2
4.8

6.6
5.2

6.9
5.2

7.4
5.4

8.3
5.8

23

45.0

48.2

512

54.7

58.0

61.4

65.4

69.5

74.1

79.7

86.8

94.0

102.7

112.1

122.7

Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent 4 (s.)
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent5 (s.)
Rental value of farm dwellings (s.)
Other6 (s.)
Household operation

24
25
26
27

29.0
12.5
2.0
1.4

31.3
13.3
2.1
1.5

33.3
14.2
2.2
1.5

35.7
15.1
2.3
1.6

37.8
16.0
2.4
1.8

40.0
17.0
2.4
.1.9

42.7
18.2
2.5
2.1

45.3
19.2
2.6
2.3

48.3
20.4
2.7
2.6

51.9
22.2
2.8
2.8

56.6
24.0
3.0
3.1

61.3
26.0
3.3
3.4

67.3
28.4
3.5
3.5

73.7
30.8
3.7
3.8

81.0
33.7
3.8
4.3

28

45.0

46.7

48.2

51.0

54.0

58.4

62.1

67.3

71.0

76.3

81.1

84.8

90.0

99.3

1112

Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings (d.) ..
Kitchen and other household appliances? (d.)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (d.)
Other durable house furnishings8 (d.)
Semidurable house furnishings9 (n.d.)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and miscellaneous household supplies and paper products (n.d).
Stationery and writing supplies (n.d.)
Household utilities
Electricity (s.)
Gas (s.)
Water and other sanitary services (s.)
Fuel oil and coal (n.d.)
Telephone and telegraph (s.)
Domestic service (s.)
Other 10 (s.)

29
30
31
32
33
34

4.8
4.4
1.7
4.1
2.7
3.5

4.7
4.3
1.7
4.2
2.8
3.7

4.8
4.3
1.8
4.3
2.9
4.2

5.1
4.3
1.9
4.6
3.2
4.6

5.5
4.5
1.9
5.1
3.3
4.9

6.1
4.9
2.1
5.8
3.7
5.3

6.5
4.9
2.4
6.3
3.9
5.7

7.0
5.3
2.7
6.9
4.3
6.3

7.3
5.5
2.9
7.2
4.6
6.7

7.9
6.2
3.3
7.9
4.9
7.1

8.4
6.8
3.4
8.0
4.9
7.6

8.6
7.3
3.5
7.9
4.9
8.2

9.2
7.9
3.6
8.1
5.0
8.4

10.4
9.0
4.0
9.0
5.3
8.9

11.8
9.9
4.6
10.3
5.9
10.0

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

1.1
12.9
4.7
2.9
1.2
4.0
4.2
3.6
2.1

1.1
13.5
5.1
3.3
1.4
3.8
4.5
3.8
2.3

1.1
14.1
5.3
3.5
1.5
3.8
4.8
3.7
2.3

1.2
14.8
5.7
3.8
1.6
3.8
5.1
3.8
2.4

1.3
15.7
6.0
3.9
1.8
4.0
5.5
3.8
2.6

1.4
16.5
6.3
4.1
1.9
4.1
5.9
3.9
2.8

1.5
17.4
6.6
4.3
2.1
4.4
6.5
4.0
3.1

1.7
18.3
7.0
4.5
2.2
4.7
7.0
4.0
3.5

1.8
19.3
7.5
4.7
2.2
4.8
7.7
4.2
3.9

2.0
20.1
8.1
4.9
2.4
4.7
8.3
4.4
4.2

2.3
21.3
8.8
5.2
2.8
4.6
9.3
4.4
4.6

2.3
22.7
9.6
5.6
3.2
4.4
10.1
4.5
4.8

2.2
24.8
10.6
6.0
3.6
4.6
11.0
4.6
52

2.4
27.5
11.8
6.6
4.0
5.1
12.4
4.6
5.8

2.7
30.7
13.3
6.7
4.4
6.3
14.1
4.8
6.4

Clothing, accessories, and jewelry
Shoes (n.d.)
Clothing and accessories except shoes2
Women's and children's (n.d.)
Men's and boys' (n.d.)
Standard clothing issued to military personnel (n.d) .
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and shoes
(s.).
Jewelry and watches (d.)
Other * (S.)
Personal care
Toilet articles and preparations (n.d.)
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs (s.) ...
Housing

Medical care
Drug preparations and sundries11 (n.d.)
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances (d.)
Physicians (s.)
Dentists (s.)
Other professional services12 (s.)
Hospitals and nursing homes "
Hospitals
Nonprofit (s.)
Proprietary (s.)
Government (s.)
Nursing homes (s.)
Health insurance
Medical care and nospitalization14 (s.)
Income loss 15 (s.)
Workers' compensation16 (s.)
Personal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling (s.) ...
Bank service charges, trust services, and safe deposit box rental (s.).
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers and
private noninsured pension plans (s.).
Expense of handling life insurance17 (s.)
Legal services (s.)
Funeral and burial expenses (s.)
Other 18 (s.)
See footnote(s) at end of table.




44

20.6

22.1

23.6

262

282

31.7

34.1

37.2

40.6

46.7

53.1

60.0

67.0

74.9

83.6

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

3.5
.8
5.5
2.0
1.1
6.0
5.7
4.2
.5
.9
.3
1.7
.7
.5
.4

3.9
.8
5.8
2.0
1.3
6.5
6.1
4.6
.5
1.0
.4
1.8
.8
.5
.5

4.3
.8
5.9
2.1
1.5
7.0
6.5
4.9
.6
1.0
.5
2.0
.9
.6
.5

4.6
.9
6.5
2.3
1.9
7.8
7.3
5.4
.7
1.2
.5
2.2
1.0
.6
.5

4.8
1.0
6.9
2.3
2.3
8.7
8.1
6.0
.7
1.3
.6
2.2
1.1
.6
.6

5.0
1.1
8.2
2.7
2.7
9.7
8.8
6.5
.8
1.5
.9
2.4
1.2
.6
.6

5.2
1.2
8.5
2.8
3.1
10.6
9.7
7.1
.9
1.7
.9
2.7
1.3
.7
.7

5.4
1.3
9.1
3.0
3.3
12.1
10.9
8.0
1.0
2.0
1.1
3.0
1.4
.8
.8

5.8
1.2
10.0
3.4
2.8
14.3
12.8
9.3
1.1
2.4
1.5
3.1
1.3
.9
1.0

6.4
1.4
10.9
3.7
3.1
17.1
15.2
10.9
1.3
3.0
1.9
4.0
2.0
1.0
1.1

7.0
1.6
12.4
4.3
3.2
20.3
17.7
12.8
1.5
3.4
2.7
4.2
1.9
1.2
1.1

8.1
1.9
14.0
4.9
3.4
23.4
20.2
14.7
1.8
3.7
3.2
4.4
2.1
1.1
1.1

8.6
1.9
15.3
5.1
3.6
27.7
23.5
17.0
2.0
4.5
4.2
4.9
2.6
1.3
.9

9.3
22
16.6
5.6
3.9
31.3
26.7
19.0
2.3
5.4
4.6
6.0
3.5
1.6
.9

10.1
2.4
18.4
6.6
4.8
35.0
29.7
21.1
2.5
6.1
5.3
6.4
3.6
1.7
1.1

60

13.6

14.6

15.9

16.2

17.2

18.9

20.9

23.1

25.6

28.3

292

32.0

352

38.5

41.6

61
62

1.2
.9

1.2
.9

1.6
1.0

1.5
1.0

1.7
1.1

1.9
1.2

2.2
1.3

2.6
1.4

3.0
1.6

3.5
1.7

3.0
1.9

2.3
2.0

3.0
2.2

3.4
2.3

2.5
2.4

63

4.1

4.4

4.7

4.6

4.8

5.4

6.1

6.9

8.4

9.3

9.3

11.0

12.4

13.6

15.0

64
65
66
67

3.2
1.9
1.4
1.0

3.6
2.0
1.5
1.1

3.7
2.3
1.5
1.1

3.9
2.4
1.6
1.1

4.1
2.6
1.7
12

4.6
2.8
1.7
1.3

5.2
3.0
1.8
1.4

5.3
3.4
1.9
1.5

5.4
3.6
2.0
1.7

5.9
3.8
2.1
1.9

6.3
4.1
2.2
2.3

7.1
4.9
2.3
2.4

7.2
5.4
2.5
2.5

7.8
6.0
2.6
2.8

9.0
6.9
2.7
3.2

64

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.4.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
Une

ransponaiion

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1970

1971

1972

1973

40.7

42.9

41.5

46.3

50.0

53.0

59.1

62.2

64.4

73.5

79.8

81.1

94.8

105.3

115.4

37.5
13.2
2.7
.6
2.4
52

39.5
14.0
2.6
.6
2.5
5.5

38.1
12.1
2.6
.5
2.6
5.8

42.8
15.0
2.9
.7
2.8
62

46.5
172
32
.9
3.0
6.6

49.2
18.3
3.4
1.0
3.2
7.1

55.1
21.4
3.8
1.3
3.5
7.6

57.8
21.0
3.9
1.5
3.8
8.1

59.5
20.0
4.3
1.6
4.0
8.8

68.0
24.5
4.6
2.3
4.6
9.7

73.3
25.1
5.0
2.8
5.4
10.9

74.2
21.9
4.8
2.7
6.1
12.3

87.1
28.2
5.3
3.9
7.1
13.9

96.7
31.6
5.9
5.6
8.0
15.1

106.1
33.9
6.4
6.9
8.9
15.8

11.3
.3
1.9
2.0
1.4
.6
1.2
.3
.3
.6
0

12.0
.3
2.0
2.0
1.4
.6
1.3
.3
.3
.7
0

12.0
.3
2.1
2.0
1.4
.6
1.4
.3
.3
.8
0

12.6
.4
2.1
2.0
1.4
.6
1.5
.3
.3

13.0
.4
2.1
2.0
1.4
.6
1.5
.3
.3
.9
0

13.6
.4
2.1
2.0
1.4
.6
1.7
.3
.3
1.1
0

14.8
.5
2.4
2.1
1.4
.6
2.0
.3
.4
1.3
.1

16.0
.5
2.8
2.1
1.5
.6
2.3
.3
.4
1.5
.1

17.1
.5
3.0
22
1.5
.7
2.7
.3
.5
1.8
.1

18.6
.6
3.0
2.4
1.6

.1

20.5
.6
3.0
2.7
1.7
1.0
3.7
2
.5
2.8
2

21.9
.7
3.8
3.0
1.8
12
4.0
2
.5
3.1
2

23.2
.7
4.9
3.3
1.9
1.4
4.4
.2
.6
3.5
2

24.4
.8
5.4
3.4
1.9
1.6
5.2
2
.6
4.1
2

28.1
.8
5.2
3.5
1.9
1.6
5.9
.2
.6
4.7
.3

17.7

18.5

192

20.8

22.4

24.6

26.8

30.8

33.1

36.7

39.9

43.1

46.0

51.4

57.7

1.1
2.1
2.4
2.0

1.1
22
2.5
2.0

12
2.0
2.7
2.0

1.3
2.3
2.9
2.0

1.4
2.5
3.1
22

1.6
2.5
3.4
2.5

1.7
2.7
3.6
2.9

1.8
3.2
4.0
3.6

1.9
3.3
4.3
4.1

2.0
3.4
4.8
4.8

2.3
3.7
52
5.2

2.9
4.1
5.5
52

3.0
4.4
5.8
5.6

2.9
4.8
6.6
7.4

3.1
5.3
7.4
8.6

3.1

3.0

3.2

3.4

3.7

4.3

5.1

6.3

7.0

7.6

8.0

8.5

8.9

10.1

11.3

.8
.6
1.7
1.0
.3

.9
.7
1.8
1.0
.3

.9
.7
1.8
1.0
.3

1.0
.9
1.9
1.0
.4

1.0
1.0
1.9
1.0
.4

1.0
1.1
2.0
1.0
.4

1.0
1.3
2.2
12
.4

1.0
1.4
2.4
12
.4

1.1
1.5
2.5
12
.5

12
1.7
2.9
1.4
.5

1.3
1.7
3.1
1.5
.5

1.4
1.8
3.3
1.6
.5

1.5
1.9
3.5
1.7
.5

1.7
2.2
3.5
1.7
.6

1.9
2.3
3.5
1.6

100
101

.3
.9
.9
.5
1.6

.4
1.0
12
.6
1.9

.5
1.0
1.4
.7
2.1

.5
1.0
1.5
.7
2.4

.7
1.1
1.6
.8
2.8

.7
1.3
1.7
.8
32

.8
1.3
1.8
.9
3.5

1.0
1.4
1.9
.9
4.1

1.1
1.4
2.1
1.0
4.8

1.1
1.5
2.4
1.1
5.4

12
1.4
2.6
12
6.0

12
1.4
3.0
1.3
6.6

12
1.6
3.5
1.4
7.8

102

4.0

4.7

5.1

5.5

6.9

7.8

8.7

9.9

11.1

12.5

13.7

15.1

16.6

103
104
105

1.8
1.3

22
1.6
.9

2.4
1.8
.9

2.6
1.9
1.0

3.5
2.2
12

4.1
2.3
1.4

4.5
2.5
1.7

5.0
2.7
2.1

5.7
3.0
2.4

6.6
3.3
2.6

7.5
3.6
2.7

82
3.9
2.9

4.5
3.2

106

5.6

5.8

8.5

9.4

10.3

11.0

12.1

13.5

152

16.3

Z0

2.3

62
15

7.7

107

2.9

3.1

33

3.7

4.0

4.5

4.8

52

4.7

108
109
110

2.3
1.0
1.1

2.6
1.0
1.1

2.8
1.0
12

3.3
1.2
1.6

3.6
1.5
1.8

42
1.6
1.8

42
1.7
2.0

4.7
1.9
2.3

5.4
2.0
2.7

5.9
2.1
2.9

6.8
1.9
3.3

7.3
1.6
4.0

User-operated transportation
New autos (d.)
Net purchases of used autos (d.)
Other motor vehicles (d.)
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (d.)
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage, rental, and leasing (s.).
Gasoline and oil (n.d.)
Bridge, tunnel, ferry, and road tolls (s.)
Insurance19 (s.)
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (s.)
Taxicabjs.)
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway (s.)
Bus (s.)
Airline (s.)
Other 2° (s.)
Recreation
Books and maps (d.)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (n.d.)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (n.d.)
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment,
boats, and pleasure aircraft (d.).
Video and audio products, computing equipment
and musical instruments (d.).
Radio and television repair (s.)
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (n.d.)
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
Motion picture theaters (s.)
Legitimate theaters and opera, and entertainments of nonprofit institutions (except athletics)
(s.).
Spectator sports21 (s.)
Clubs and fraternal organizations22 (s.)
Commercial participant amusements23 (s.)
Pari-mutuel net receipts (s.)
Other24 (s.)
Education and research
Higher education25 (s.)
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools26 (s.) .

Others.)

28

Religious and welfare activities

(s.)

Foreign travel and other, net
Foreign travel by U.S. residents (s.)
Expenditures abroad by U.S. residents (n.d.)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by nonresidents (s.).
Less: Personal remittances in kind to nonresidents
(rut).
See footnote(s) at end of table.




.9
3.1
2
.5
22

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

65

Table 2.4.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1

927.7

1,0243

1,143.1

1,2715

1,4212

1,583.7

1,748.1

1,926.2

2,0592

22575

2,460.3

2,667.4

2,850.6

3,0522

3296.1

2

212.2

233.6

252.8

272.9

2983

332.1

362.6

3902

410.3

4345

460.3

482.8

5093

535.8

569.8

3
4
5

144.7
49.5
2.7

158.5
55.8
3.2

169.6
61.7
3.6

182.5
68.6
3.7

198.6
76.6
4.3

220.7
86.1
4.9

241.7
93.4
5.5

258.1
101.9
6.2

269.6
108.8
6.5

280.7
117.5
6.9

295.9
125.9
7.4

309.5
132.9
7.9

323.4
144.2
8.4

333.0
158.1
9.0

351.7
171.7
9.6

6
7

1.1
14.1

1.1
15.1

1.1
16.8

1.1
17.0

1.1
18.3

1.3
19.2

1.2
20.9

1.1
22.8

1.0
24.3

.9
28.4

.9
30.1

.8
31.7

.8
33.1

.6
35.0

.6
36.2

8
9

171.0
17.6

189.0
19.1

204.4
20.3

221.7
21.9

243.5
23.6

271.5
26.6

296.1
29.7

318.2
322

334.5
34.4

352.0
36.4

374.8
36.8

392.8
38.9

415.5
40.7

438.6
40.7

468.9
41.8

Line
Personal consumption expenditures
Food and tobacco
Food purchased for off-premise consumption (n.d.) ..
Purchased meals and beveragesl (n.d.)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
(n.d.).
Food produced and consumed on farms (n.d.)
Tobacco products (n.d.)
Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages (n.d.)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (n.d.).
Other alcoholic beverages (n.d.)

1974

Toilet articles and preparations (n.d.)
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs (s.) ...
Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent 4 (s.)
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent5 (s.)
Rental value of farm dwellings (s.)
Other6 (s.)
!!

9.6

10.5

11.3

12.4

13.5

14.9

15.9

16.9

17.1

17.8

18.6

19.3

20.6

21.5

22.9

11

79.3

85.6

93.7

102.8

115.0

123.1

131.8

143.2

1462

159.6

174.1

1853

201.1

2155

231.8

12
13
14
15
16
17

9.9
56.0
36.0
20.0
.1
4.4

10.3
60.4
38.8
21.6
.1
4.5

11.1
65.5
42.1
23.3
.1
4.7

12.2
71.8
45.9
25.8
.1
4.9

14.1
80.1
51.7
28.4
.1
5.3

16.0
85.0
55.0
30.1
.1
5.5

17.4
89.8
58.0
31.8
2
5.7

19.3
97.7
63.2
34.5
.1
5.9

192
101.1
65.7
35.5
2
5.8

20.3
110.3
72.0
38.3
2
62

21.5
120.9
792
41.7
.1
6.7

22.8
129.3
85.1
442
.1
6.8

24.3
138.8
91.8
46.9
.1
7.1

25.8
148.6
98.0
50.5
.1
7.8

27.4
158.9
104.9
54.0
2
8.7

18
19

7.0
1.9

8.1
22

9.8
2.5

11.0
2.7

12.3
3.1

13.0
3.4

15.0
3.7

16.0
4.1

15.6
4.3

17.5
5.1

20.0
5.0

21.4
5.5

24.8
6.0

26.9
6.3

28.8
7.8

15.4

16.7

18.2

20.7

23.0

25.1

26.9

28.7

29.7

333

36.9

393

43.4

47.4

51.4

21
22

9.3
6.1

10.3
6.5

11.3
6.9

12.6
82

14.0
9.0

15.5
9.6

16.9
10.0

18.4
10.3

19.3
10.4

21.3
12.6

23.6
13.3

25.5
14.5

27.6
15.8

29.9
17.5

31.8
19.6

23

Shoes (n.d.)
Clothing and accessories except shoes2
Women's and children's (n.d.)
Men's and boys' (n.d.)
Standard clothing issued to military personnel (n.d) .
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and shoes
(s.).
Jewelry and watches (d.)
Other ^(s.)

10

20

Clothing, accessories, and jewelry

134.1

147.0

1615

179.5

201.7

226.6

2552

287.1

311.1

334.6

362.3

392.5

421.8

452.5

484.2

24
25
26
27

89.7
35.8
3.9
4.7

98.8
39.0
4.0
5.3

108.7
42.6
4.1
6.2

121.3
47.0
4.3
6.8

138.1
51.1
4.6
7.8

156.9
55.7
4.9
9.2

178.4
61.8
5.1
9.9

200.8
70.3
5.2
10.7

217.9
76.7
5.0
11.6

233.8
82.9
5.1
12.9

252.7
90.4
5.1
142

271.0
101.0
5.0
15.5

290.5
110.0
4.9
16.5

311.8
117.3
4.9
18.5

334.1
125.3
4.9
19.9

28

123.3

135.4

151.9

170.6

189.8

212.3

233.6

2552

273.0

296.0

322.3

342.3

358.0

374.8

3983

Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings (d.) .. 29
Kitchen and other household appliances ? (d.)
30
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (d.)
31
Other durable house furnishings8 (d.)
32
9
Semidurable house furnishings (n.d.)
33
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and mis34
cellaneous household supplies and paper products (n.d).
Stationery and writing supplies (n.d.)
35
36
Household utilities
Electricity (s.)
37
Gas (s.)
....... 38
39
Water and other sanitary services (s.)
Fuel oil and coal (n.d.)
40
Telephone and telegraph (s.)
41
Domestic service (s.)
42
Other 10 (s.)
43

12.5
10.3
5.1
11.5
6.3
11.4

12.8
10.6
5.6
12.0
6.6
12.5

14.1
11.5
6.3
13.5
7.2
13.5

16.3
12.7
7.1
15.2
7.9
14.6

18.0
13.6
8.3
17.0
8.7
17.0

20.3
14.8
9.3
18.9
9.7
20.0

20.7
15.1
10.3
20.0
10.6
22.9

21.7
15.5
11.5
21.2
11.8
25.6

21.0
15.2
12.5
21.7
12.4
27.8

23.6
16.9
13.1
242
13.5
30.3

26.7
18.7
13.9
26.9
14.9
33.8

28.6
20.3
14.3
28.2
15.7
36.7

31.3
21.9
15.1
31.0
17.2
39.8

33.0
22.7
15.1
34.2
17.9
42.8

34.0
24.1
16.4
37.7
19.4
45.5

2.9
36.3
16.1
7.4
4.9
7.8
15.5
4.6
7.0

3.1
42.4
19.4
9.1
5.5
8.4
17.7
4.7
7.3

3.3
48.6
21.7
10.8
6.0
10.1
19.8
5.5
8.7

3.7
55.4
252
12.4
6.7
11.1
21.5
6.1
10.0

4.5
61.2
28.1
14.0
7.5
11.5
23.9
6.6
11.1

5.0
69.6
30.8
16.0
8.4
14.4
25.7
6.4
12.7

5.5
81.1
372
19.1
9.4
15.4
27.6
6.1
13.6

6.2
89.7
42.5
20.9
10.5
15.8
30.9
6.2
15.0

6.6
98.8
47.1
25.6
11.7
14.5
35.1
6.5
15.5

7.0
107.5
51.6
29.0
13.1
13.8
36.5
6.7
16.7

7.7
113.5
55.4
29.3
14.7
142
39.8
7.7
18.6

82
119.3
59.3
29.4
16.5
14.1
42.8
7.8
20.5

8.5
117.3
60.7
26.4
18.2
12.0
45.1
8.2
22.5

9.3
120.3
63.0
25.4
19.9
12.0
47.4
82
23.8

10.2
127.3
66.4
27.0
21.8
12.1
50.2
8.9
25.1

Household operation

44

93.7

107.9

122.3

139.8

159.6

180.8

207.2

242.9

272.8

302.2

331.7

364.7

396.7

440.4

487.7

45
Drug preparations and sundries11 (n.d.)
46
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances (d.)
47
Physicians (s.)
Dentists (s.)
48
49
Other professional services12 (s.)
Hospitals and nursing homes"
50
51
Hospitals
Nonprofit (s.)
52
53
Proprietary (s.)
Government (s.)
54
55
Nursing homes (s.)
Health insurance
56
57
Medical care and hospitalization14 (s.)
15
Income loss (s.)
58
Workers1 compensation16 (s.)
'!„.'..'. 59

11.0
2.6
20.3
7.3
5.5
40.6
342
24.4
2.9
6.9
6.3
6.4
3.6
1.7
1.1

12.0
2.9
23.5
8.2
6.7
47.9
40.5
29.1
3.5
7.8
7.5
6.6
3.2
22
12

13.1
3.0
25.8
9.3
8.3
55.8
47.3
34.0
4.1
92
8.5
7.0
3.6
22
12

142
3.2
29.6
10.3
9.7
63.4
53.6
38.9
4.7
10.1
9.8
9.4
5.4
2.4
1.5

16.3
3.5
32.5
11.3
10.7
732
62.1
45.1
5.4
11.6
11.1
11.9
6.4
3.4
2.1

19.1
3.9
36.8
12.3
11.9
84.5
71.8
51.6
6.4
13.8
12.7
12.4
72
2.3
2.9

21.8
4.2
42.8
13.7
132
98.7
84.0
60.7
7.6
15.8
14.7
12.8
7.6
1.9
3.4

24.9
4.4
50.4
16.1
16.0
116.4
99.8
71.8
9.0
19.0
16.7
14.6
9.1
1.9
3.6

27.6
4.7
552
17.4
16.7
133.3
115.3
82.4
10.8
22.1
18.1
17.9
11.8
2.5
3.6

31.4
5.1
61.8
18.7
19.8
146.7
127.3
90.6
122
24.5
19.4
18.6
13.9
2.1
2.7

35.3
5.8
68.8
20.3
23.5
158.5
136.1
96.4
13.7
26.0
22.4
19.5
16.0
2.0
1.5

38.9
6.5
76.3
22.1
27.8
170.4
146.0
102.7
15.5
27.8
24.4
22.7
19.1
2.0
1.6

43.1
7.2
84.1
23.5
31.7
185.0
158.5
111.0
17.7
29.8
26.5
22.1
18.4
2.3
1.4

47.5
8.1
97.5
25.8
36.2
201.3
172.9
121.6
19.3
32.0
28.4
24.0
19.3
2.0
2.6

50.8
9.2
110.6
27.9
41.3
221.5
190.9
134.4
21.5
35.0
30.7
26.4
21.5
2.2
2.7

60

46.2

53.0

59.7

66.1

80.0

895

101.6

108.5

122.1

1463

158.5

1843

2145

2343

255.0

61
62

2.1
2.6

2.9
2.7

3.6
2.9

3.6
3.2

4.4
3.6

4.9
4.4

6.9
5.6

6.9
7.3

8.8
9.1

12.6
10.9

12.3
12.3

15.0
14.0

19.9
15.8

22.7
17.9

19.3
19.8

63

17.4

20.9

22.5

24.8

32.3

36.9

40.2

39.4

42.9

56.4

59.3

70.3

87.5

93.6

64
65
66
67

10.0
7.6
2.8
3.6

11.5
7.9
2.9
4.1

14.1
8.7
3.3
4.6

162
9.6
3.5
52

18.6
11.1
3.8
6.0

20.6
11.9
4.0
6.7

23.4
13.6
4.6
7.5

25.5
16.3
4.9
8.2

28.9
18.4
5.1
9.0

302
21.5
5.4
9.9

332
24.7
5.9
10.8

38.8
28.6
6.6
11.7

39.5
32.1
6.9
12.8

42.0
36.8
7.2
13.9

Medical care

Personal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling (s.)...
Bank service charges, trust services, and safe deposit box rental (s.j.
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers and
private noninsured pension plans (s.).
Expense of handling life insurance17 (s.)
Legal services (s.)
Funeral and burial expenses (s.)
18

Other (s.)

See footnote(s) at end of table.




50.8
41.7
7.8
15.8

66

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.4.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

119.0

130.2

155.7

179.6

195.9

217.1

235.7

258.9

108.4
27.0
6.6
6.4
9.5
17.0

118.9
29.3
7.4
7.7
10.3
19.8

142.6
38.2
9.7
12.1
11.4
22.1

164.9
44.4
10.4
15.9
12.9
25.7

180.0
48.5
11.1
19.1
13.5
28.4

199.2
49.3
11.3
16.6
14.4
32.0

214.9
46.4
10.8
11.8
14.9
33.7

236.4
50.7
12.8
12.8
15.4
36.7

36.1
.8
5.0
3.7
2.0
1.7
6.9
.3
.7
5.5
.4

39.7
.8
3.8
4.0
2.1
2.0
7.3
.3
.7
5.9
.4

43.0
.9
5.3
4.4
2.2
2.2
8.6
.3
.8
7.1
.5

46.9
.9
7.8
4.8
2.4
2.4
9.9
.3
.8
8.3
.6

50.1
1.0
8.4
4.8
2.5
2.2
11.1
.2
.9
9.3
.6

66.2
1.0
8.5
4.8
2.8
2.0
13.1
.3
1.1
10.9
.8

86.7
1.1
9.4
4.8
2.9
1.9
16.1
.3
1.4
13.5
.9

63.6

70.9

78.8

86.4

97.0

109.7

32
5.9
8.2
9.2

3.6
6.4
9.0
10.5

3.6
7.0
10.0
12.1

4.1
7.7
10.8
13.7

5.0
9.1
12.3
15.2

5.7
10.9
13.6
17.8

12.1

13.5

15.7

2.0
2.6
4.0
2.0
.7

2.2
2.7
4.3
2.2
.8

2.5
2.9
5.0
2.4
1.1

100
101

1.2
1.7
4.2
1.6
9.1

1.3
1.9
4.9
1.7
10.4

1.4
2.1
5.6
1.8
12.1

1.6
2.2
6.4
1.9
13.5

1.8
2.3
7.2
2.0
15.0

2.1
2.7
8.0
2.1
16.9

2.3
3.1
9.1
2.3
19.4

2.4
3.7
10.8
2.5
23.0

Transportation
User-operated transportation
New autos (d.)
Net purchases of used autos (d.)
Other motor vehicles (d.)
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (d.)
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage, rental, and leasing (s.).
Gasoline and oil (n.d.)
Bridge, tunnel, ferry, and road tolls (s.)
Insurance19 (s.)
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (s.)
Taxicab(s.)
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway (s.)
Bus (s.)
Airline Is.)
Other 26 (s.)
Recreation
Books and maps (d.)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (n.d.)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (n.d.)
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment,
boats, and pleasure aircraft (d).
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (d.).
Radio and television repair (s.)
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (n.d.)
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
Motion picture theaters (s.)
Legitimate theaters and opera, and entertainments of nonprofit institutions (except athletics)
(s.).
Spectator sports 21 (s.)
Clubs and fraternal organizations22 is.)
Commercial participant amusements23 (s.)
Pari-mutuel net receipts (s.)
Other24 (s.)

90

97

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987 1988

263.4

292.8

3282

363.3

370.4

384.8

413.2

240.2
53.3
13.6
15.6
15.2
37.9

268.1
66.2
15.9
21.9
16.6
42.5

300.3
77.6
21.2
28.6
17.3
49.7

333.5
87.4
24.3
37.6
18.1
57.7

339.8
100.3
25.4
40.8
18.4
60.7

351.4
93.5
28.2
43.0
18.8
65.7

376.9
101.0
30.5
45.6
20.7
73.5

97.9
1.2
8.9
5.0
3.3
1.7
17.5
.3
1.6
14.6
1.0

94.1
1.3
9.2
5.4
3.8
1.5
17.9
.3
1.7
14.7
1.2

93.3
1.3
10.4
6.0
4.0
1.9
18.7
.4
1.6
15.4
1.3

94.5
1.4
10.1
6.7
4.2
2.5
21.1
.4
1.6
17.7
1.4

96.9
1.5
10.0
7.4
4.4
2.9
22.4
.4
1.6
18.7
1.6

79.7
1.8
12.7
7.9
4.9
3.0
22.7
.5
1.5
19.0
1.7

84.7
2.0
15.5
8.0
5.1
3.0
25.3
.5
1.9
21.0
1.9

1.8
16.8
8.3
5.4
2.9
28.0
.6
2.2
23.0
2.2

117.6

130.5

140.0

155.2

172.8

187.9

203.8

223.7

246.8

6.5
12.0
14.6
16.9

7.3
13.0
16.0
17.9

8.0
13.8
17.1
18.0

9.0
14.8
18.4
18.4

10.0
16.2
20.5
22.3

10.6
16.6
21.5
23.7

11.4
17.4
23.0
25.8

13.0
18.8
25.5
28.3

14.6
20.8
27.5
30.0

29.1

39.0

44.5

2.7
5.9
8.5
3.2
2.3

2.8
6.3
9.4
3.5
2.5

3.3
8.5
10.2
3.5
3.2

3.5
9.3
11.1
3.6
3.6

2.7
4.4
11.6
2.6
26.1

3.0
4.8
12.8
2.7
30.6

3.4
5.0
13.7
3.0
34.7

3.3
5.9
15.0
3.0
40.5

3.4
6.4
15.9
3.2
44.8

3.5
7.0
17.3
3.3
49.3

3.9
7.6
19.1
3.7
55.2

102

18.3

20.5

22.4

24.0

26.7

29.8

33.6

37.9

41.7

45.8

49.8

54.5

59.0

64.1

71.6

103
104
105

9.6
5.2
3.5

10.3
5.9
4.3

11.2
6.3
5.0

12.1
6.5
5.4

13.1
7.4
6.1

14.7
8.3
6.8

16.5
9.6
7.5

19.0
10.7
8.2

22.0
11.2
8.5

24.2
122
9.4

26.5
13.0
10.3

28.7
14.0
11.8

31.2
14.6
13.2

33.8
15.5
14.8

36.7
17.1
17.8

Religious and welfare activities28 (s.)

106

18.0

19.7

22.3

24.8

29.5

33.5

38.6

43.6

47.9

52.5

58.8

63.3

70.3

76.0

86.0

Foreign travel and other, net

107

4.7

4.4

3.8

4.3

4.2

4.1

3.5

-0.4

0.9

3.6

4.6

5.4

1.7

3.4

-0.3

108
109
110

8.1
1.5
4.6

8.8
1.3
5.4

9.4
1.2
6.5

10.3
1.2
7.0

11.1
1.5
8.1

12.1
1.7
9.4

13.3
2.2
11.6

14.2
2.5
16.6

15.0
3.1
16.7

16.5
3.2
15.7

23.8
3.5
22.3

25.1
4.1
23.3

24.5
4.0
26.4

29.6
4.2
30.0

32.4
3.8
36.1

Education and research
Higher education25 (s.)
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools26 (s.) .
Other^(s.)

Foreign travel by U.S. residents (s.)
Expenditures abroad by U.S. residents (n.d.)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by nonresidents (s.).
Less: Personal remittances in kind to nonresidents
(n.d.).

NOTE.—Estimates of foreign travel by U.S. residents (line 108) include, beginning in 1981, U.S. students' expenditures abroad. These expenditures were $0.3 billion in 1981. Beginning in 1984, estimates of foreign travel by U.S.
residents include substantially improved estimates of U.S. residents' foreign travel and passenger fare expenditures.
Estimates of expenditures in the United States by nonresidents (line 110) include, beginning in 1981, nonresidents'
student and medical care expenditures in the United States. Student expenditures were $2.2 billion, and medical
expenditures were $0.4 billion in 1981. Beginning in 1984, estimates of expenditures in the United States by nonresidents include substantially improved estimates of nonresidents' travel expenditures. Expenditures in the United
States by nonresidents are subtracted from total personal consumption expenditures (line 110) because they are
included in detailed type of expenditure estimates elsewhere in personal consumption expenditures. See the July
1989 issue of the SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS (pages 19-20) and July 1987 issue (page 15} for further details.
NOTE.—Consumer durable goods are designated (d.), nondurable goods (n.d.), and services (s.).
1. Consists of purchases (including tips) of meals and beverages from retail, service, and amusement establishments, hotels, dining and buffet cars, schools, school fraternities, institutions, clubs, and industrial lunchrooms. Includes meals and beverages consumed both on and off-premise.
2. Includes luggage.
3. Consists of watch, clock, and jewelry repairs, costume and dress suit rental, and miscellaneous personal serv4! Consists of rent for space and for heating and plumbing facilities, water heaters, lighting fixtures, kitchen cabinets, linoleum, storm windows and doors, window screens, and screen doors, but excludes rent for appliances and
furniture and purchases of fuel and electricity.
5. Consists of space rent (see footnote 4) and rent for appliances, furnishings, and furniture.
6. Consists of transient hotels, motels, clubs, schools, and other group housing.
7. Consists of refrigerators and freezers, cooking ranges, dishwashers, laundry equipment, stoves, room air conditioners, sewing machines, vacuum cleaners, and other appliances.
8. Includes such house furnishings as floor coverings, comforters, quilts, blankets, pillows, picture frames, mirrors,
art products, portable lamps, and clocks. Also includes writing equipment and hand, power, and garden tools.
9. Consists largely of textile house furnishings including piece goods allocated to house furnishing use. Also includes lamp shades, brooms, and brushes.
10. Consists of maintenance services for appliances and house furnishings, moving and warehouse expenses,
postage and express charges, premiums for fire and theft insurance on personal property less benefits and dividends, and miscellaneous household operation services.
11. Excludes drug preparations and related products dispensed by physicians, hospitals, and other medical serv12. Consists of osteopathic physicians, chiropractors, private duty nurses, chiropodists, podiatrists, and others providing health and allied services, not elsewhere classified.
13. Consists of (1) current expenditures (including consumption of fixed capital) of nonprofit hospitals and nursing
homes, and (2) payments by patients to proprietary and government hospitals and nursing homes.
14. Consists of (1) premiums, less benefits and dividends, for health, hospitalization, and accidental death and




dismemberment insurance provided by commercial insurance carriers, and (2) administrative expenses (including consumption of fixed capital) of Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans and of other independent prepaid and self-insured
health plans.
15. Consists of premiums, less benefits and dividends, for income loss insurance.
16. Consists of premiums, less benefits and dividends, for privately administered workers' compensation.
17. Consists of (1) operating expenses of life insurance carriers and private noninsured pension plans, and (2)
premiums, less benefits and dividends, of fraternal benefit societies. Excludes expenses allocated by commercial
carriers to accident and health insurance.
18. Consists of current expenditures (including consumption of fixed capital) of trade unions and professional associations, employment agency fees, money order fees, spending for classified advertisements, tax return preparation
services, and other personal business services.
19. Consists of premiums, less benefits and dividends, for motor vehicle insurance.
20. Consists of baggage charges, coastal and inland waterway fares, travel agents' fees, and airport bus fares.
21. Consists of admissions to professional and amateur athletic events and to racetracks.
22. Consists of dues and fees excluding insurance premiums.
23. Consists of billiard parlors; bowling alleys; dancing, riding, shooting, skating, and swimming places; amusement
devices and parks; golf courses; sightseeing buses and guides; private flying operations; casino gambling; and other
commercial participant amusements.
24. Consists of net receipts of lotteries and expenditures for purchases of pets and pet care services;, cable
TV, film processing, photographic studios, sporting and recreation camps, video cassette rentals, and recreational
services, not elsewhere classified.
25. For private institutions, equals current expenditures (including consumption of fixed capital) less receiptssuch as those from meals, rooms, and entertainments—accounted for separately in consumer expenditures, and
less expenditures for research and development financed under contracts or grants. For government institutions,
equals student payments of tuition.
26. For private institutions, equals current expenditures (including consumption of fixed capital) less receipts —
such as those from meais, rooms, and entertainments—accounted for separately in consumer expenditures. For government institutions, equals student payments of tuition. Excludes child day care services, which are included in
religious and welfare activities.
27. Consists of (1) fees paid to commercial, business, trade, and correspondence schools and for educational
services, not elsewhere classified, and (2) current expenditures (including consumption of fixed capital) by research
organizations and foundations for education and research.
28. For nonprofit institutions, equals current expenditures (including consumption of fixed capital) of religious, social welfare, foreign relief, and political organizations, museums, libraries, and foundations. The expenditures are
net of receipts—such as those from meals, rooms, and entertainments—accounted for separately in consumer expenditures, and excludes relief payments within the United States and expenditures by foundations for education
and research. For proprietary and government institutions, equals receipts from users.

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

67

Table 2.5.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1

1,178.9

1,210.8

1,238.4

1,293.3

1,341.9

1,417.2

1,497.0

1,573.8

1,622.4

1,707.5

1,7712

1,813.5

1,873.7

1,978.4

2,066.7

2

333.0

337.4

344.6

349.0

352.2

363.5

379.8

392.5

398.2

414.0

422.7

431.0

433.0

446.3

448.9

Food purchased for off-premise consumption (n.d.) ..
Purchased meals and beverages * (n.d.)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
(n.d.).
Food produced and consumed on farms (n.d.)
Tobacco products (n.d.)

3
4
5

213.7
79.0

216.1
81.0

219.8
83.3

221.0
86.6

221.4
89.3

229.6
93.1

241.9
96.3

252.1
98.0

258.9
96.5

270.4
101.5

278.0
103.3

283.6
105.8

286.5
105.2

293.2
111.3

5.7

5.6

5.8

5.9

5.8

5.8

6.1

7.0

7.3

7.0

6.9

6.4

5.9

5.7

289.0
116.3
5.7

6
7

3.5

3.2

3.2

2.8

2.7

2.5

2.2

2.0

1.9

1.7

1.6

1.7

1.6

1.6

31.1

31.6

32.6

32.7

32.9

32.5

33.3

33.3

33.6

33.4

32.9

33.5

33.7

34.4

1.5
36.4

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages (n.d.)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (n.d.).
Other alcoholic beverages (n.d.)

8
9

270.3
14.8

274.1
15.0

279.8
15.2

282.6
16.2

284.8
16.4

295.5
17.1

309.9
17.5

320.6
18.5

325.7
19.1

340.0
20.6

347.6
22.5

353.1
24.5

353.6
26.6

363.8
28.0

361.5
29.6

Personal consumption expenditures
Food and tobacco

Shoes (n.d.)
Clothing and accessories except shoes 2
Women's and children's (n.d.)
Men's and boys' (n.d.)
:
Standard clothing issued to military personnel (n.d) .
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and shoes
(s.).
Jewelry and watches (d.)
Other i (s.)

16.7

17.0

17.6

18.1

18.5

19.1

20.1

19.8

20.0

19.7

20.0

19.0

20.1

21.4

79.5

80.5

83.5

85.0

91.0

95.5

102.1

103.4

107.8

109.3

107.8

110.9

117.7

126.3

12
13
14
15
16
17

11.5
46.6
28.5
18.1

11.6
47.1
28.9
18.2

11.6
48.1
29.7
18.4

11.9
50.4
31.4
19.0

11.9
51.5
32.3
19.2

12.8
55.6
34.8
20.8

13.1
58.2
36.3
21.9

13.7
62.2
38.7
23.6

13.9
62.6
38.3
24.3

14.6
65.2
39.9
25.3

15.2
66.4
40.7
25.6

14.4
66.3
41.0
25.2

14.6
69.7
43.4
26.3

15.5
74.8
45.9
28.9

.1

.1

.1

.2

.1

.1

.2

.4

.4

.4

.3

.3

2

.1

14.7

14.4

14.3

14.4

14.3

14.8

15.2

15.3

15.1

15.3

15.1

14.5

13.6

13.8

16.4
80.3
49.4
30.9
2
13.0

18
19

4.5
1.8

4.4
1.9

4.4
2.1

4.7
2.1

4.9
2.2

5.2
2.5

5.9
2.8

7.4
3.1

7.9
3.5

8.5
3.8

8.4
3.9

8.4
3.8

8.9
3.8

9.4
42

11.5

Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs (s.) ...
Housing
4

Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent (s.)
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent5 (s.)
Rental value of farm dwellings (s.)
Other 6 (s.)
Household operation
Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings (d.) ..
Kitchen and other household appliances' (d.)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (d.)
Other durable house furnishings8 (d.)
Semidurable house furnishings9 (n.d.)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and miscellaneous household supplies and paper products (n.d).
Stationery and writing supplies (n.d.)
Household utilities
Electricity (s.)
Gas(s.)
Water and other sanitary services (s.)
Fuel oil and coal (n.d.)
Telephone and telegraph (s.)
Domestic service (s.)
Other 10 (s.)
Medical care
Drug preparations and sundries 11 (n.d.)
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances (d.)
Physicians (s.)
Dentists (s.)
Other professional services 12 (s.)
Hospitals and nursing h o m e s "
Hospitals
Nonprofit (s.)
Proprietary (s.)
Government (s.)
Nursing homes (s.)
Health insurance
Medical care and hospitalization14 (s.)
Income loss 1 5 (s.)
Workers' compensation16 (s.)
Personal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling (s.)...
Bank service charges, trust services, and safe deposit box rental (s.j.
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers and
private noninsured pension plans (s.).
Expense of handling life insurance 17 (s.)
Legal services (s.)
Funeral and burial expenses (s.)
Other 18 (s.)
„

18.9

20.0

21.7

23.5

24.2

25.7

27.4

30.2

31.7

32.9

32.9

34.0

33.6

35.0

36.4

21
22

8.1

9.0

10.8

11.0

10.0
11.8

10.9
12.7

11.5
12.7

12.4
13.3

13.5
13.8

15.1
15.1

16.0
15.7

16.9
16.0

17.2
15.7

17.8
16.2

18.0
15.6

18.8
16.1

20.6
15.8

23

Toilet articles and preparations (n.d.)




16.8
79.1

20

Personal care

See footnotes to table 2.4.

10
11

Clothing, accessories, and jewelry

159.8

168.1

176.0

185.8

194.4

203.5

214.6

224.4

234.5

246.0

259.1

269.3

280.9

295.9

310.8

24
25
26
27

100.7
44.2

106.8
46.1

112.2
48.5

119.0
51.2

124.6
53.8

130.6
56.5

138.0
59.7

144.6
62.4

151.4
64.9

158.7
68.9

167.8
72.5

174.4
75.1

1832
78.6

193.8
82.3

8.3
6.7

8.3
6.9

8.2
7.0

8.1
7.4

8.0
8.0

7.9
8.4

7.8
9.2

7.8
9.7

7.7

7.6

7.5

8.0

7.8

7.5

10.5

10.8

11.3

11.7

11.3

12.3

203.9
86.3
7.4
132

28

157.4

160.6

164.3

172.8

181.1

193.5

204.1

217.1

223.7

230.9

237.3

2392

2412

257.1

274.6

29
30
31
32
33
34

12.5

12.4

12.3

13.1

14.1

15.7

16.5

17.4

18.0

7.2
6.3
9.6
7.9

7.0
6.1
9.5
8.0

12
6.0
9.7
8.4

7.4
6.2

7.9
6.2

8.6
6.8

8.9
7.6

9.9
8.6

17.4
10.2

18.2
12.0

17.8
12.5

18.5
13.4

20.6
15.1

9.2

9.1

9.3

9.7

10.5

11.5

12.8

13.8

15.4

13.1
10.4
19.6

14.2
11.1
21.2

15.4
12.1
23.2

16.6
12.5
25.8

16.3
12.2
26.4

16.5
12.1
25.9

17.9
12.6
27.2

22.5
16.6
10.6
20.1
13.7
29.8

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

9.2

9.5

17.0

18.0

8.9

112
9.2

15.8
12.4
23.7

16.8
12.8
24.8

3.4

3.5

3.5

3.7

3.9

4.2

4.3

5.0

4.8

5.2

5.8

5.7

52

5.7

63.8
17.6
16.8

65.4
18.7
17.6

66.6
19.6
18.7

69.7
20.9
20.0

73.4
21.9
20.9

77.0
23.3
21.8

80.5
24.6
22.6

83.8
26.2
23.5

86.5

90.8
31.4
26.6
11.0
21.8
18.6
12.7
15.0

92.3
33.3
27.0
11.7

99.4
36.6
28.3
12.9
21.5

19.9
11.9
15.1

93.3
34.6
27.3
11.9
19.5
20.8
11.3
14.9

11.0
15.7

6.0
103.4
39.0
27.5
13.6
23.3
24.6
10.7
16.6

6.7

7.4

7.7

8.2

9.0

9.4

9.8

9.9

9.9

22.6

21.7

20.6

8.5

9.0

9.6

16.0

16.1

9.4

9.8

15.6
10.0

20.6
10.1
15.5
10.4

21.6
10.9
15.3
10.4

22.5
11.8
15.1
11.2

23.5
13.0
14.6
12.2

24.2
14.4
14.0
13.4

24.2
15.5
14.1
14.3

88.3
29.6
25.4
10.3
23.0
16.9
13.4
14.4

44

107.4

111.7

116.5

126.6

134.5

148.0

154.8

162.3

168.8

182.4

196.3

208.7

222.6

238.5

2562

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

9.9
2.6

10.9

12.2

13.5

14.4

14.9

15.5

16.2

17.4

20.8

23.5

24.6

26.7

2.4

2.4

2.9

3.0

3.2

3.4

3.7

3.3

192
3.7

4.1

4.5

4.3

4.7

33.6

34.2

34.4
10.1

36.7
10.5

44.0
11.8
12.5
50.7
46.8
33.1

44.4
12.1
13.9
53.9
50.1
35.0

44.5
12.4
14.2
59.5
54.9
37.9

46.0
13.3
11.3
66.0
60.4
41.4

47.4
13.8
11.8
74.0

52.7
16.0
11.0
87.1

252
3.6
6.8
1.6
8.7
6.5
1.6
.6

38.2
10.4
10.7
47.5
44.7
31.8

54.0
15.9
10.9
98.6
86.4
59.0

56.9
16.7
11.7
106.6
93.6
63.1

60
61
62

111
24.6

202

222

7.8

9.3

38.7
36.5
26.0

40.5
38.2
27.4

44.0
41.7
29.4

45.4

50.3
15.0
11.1
81.8
73.0
49.9

3.8
6.8
2.2
8.9
6.7
1.7
.6

4.0
6.9
2.3
9.2
6.9
1.7
.6

4.2
8.0
2.4
9.8
7.3
1.8
.7

4.6
8.3
2.9

4.8
8.9
3.9

5.1

5.5

6.0

6.6

7.2

772
532
7.7

8.5

9.1

10.1

11.5

13.0

15.2

15.8

16.2

3.8

4.6

5.6

6.8

8.8

9.9

18.8
12.3

10.2

10.9

11.5

11.8

11.6

12.4

13.1

7.6
1.9
.7

8.1
2.0
.8

8.6
2.1
.8

8.8
2.2
.8

8.6
2.2
.8

9.0
2.6
.9

9.6
2.6
.9

13.9
10.0

10.3

21.4
13.0
15.1
11.0

2.9
1.0

2.8
1.1

2.9
12

28.8
5.0
61.2
19.0
13.7
112.6
98.7
66.1
9.6
23.0
14.0
15.9
11.7
2.9
1.3

78.7

80.8

85.7

85.8

89.2

93.9

99.8

104.6

109.1

113.3

115.7

119.5

121.5

125.3

130.2

7.5
3.5

6.5
3.6

8.8
3.7

6.9
3.8

6.5
3.9

7.3
4.2

8.9
4.7

9.7
5.1

12.0

11.5

5.6

5.8

9.2
6.3

7.1
6.6

7.5
6.9

7.4
7.5

6.0
8.1

63

27.4

28.7

29.3

29.8

31.6

33.4

34.3

35.6

37.4

39.6

42.3

45.2

46.6

48.3

64
65
66
67

15.3
14.1

16.7
14.0

16.8
15.6

17.2
16.2

17.6
17.4

19.1
17.5

20.7
18.0

20.7
19.7

20.1
19.7

21.0
20.0

21.4
20.3

22.6
21.7

22.0
22.1

22.8
22.2

6.7
4.3

6.9
4.5

6.9
4.5

7.1
4.8

7.3
4.8

7.3
5.2

7.5
5.6

7.7
6.1

7.8
6.5

8.2
72

8.2
7.9

82
8.1

8.3
8.0

8.5
8.7

9.5
5.9
372
35.6

9.7
6.9

672

142

24.7
23.4
8.4
9.1

68

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.5.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1970

1971

1972

1973

1432

147.5

141.8

152.4

161.7

169.4

183.8

190.6

194.1

212.7

2232

219.5

2402

260.6

2752

127.6
28.9
24.4
1.4
4.9
23.3

131.9
31.1
23.5
1.4
5.3
24.4

126.8
26.8
21.3
1.2
5.6
25.1

137.4
33.5
20.8
1.7
6.2
26.4

146.6
38.6
21.1
2.1
6.6
27.9

153.8
41.1
20.6
2.5
7.1
29.4

167.5
49.1
21.7
3.2
72
30.8

173.5
49.2
21.0
3.9
7.7
32.5

175.9
46.5
21.7
4.1
8.0
33.9

193.3
55.3
21.9
5.7
8.9
35.5

202.3
55.8
22.4
6.8
102
37.3

198.8
47.4
20.9
6.5
10.8
39.3

219.2
58.5
21.6
8.5
122
412

238.1
66.1
22.6
12.1
13.5
42.9

251.4
70.9
22.4
14.7
15.4
42.8

38.1
.7
5.8
10.1
12
2.8
5.5
1.5
1.8
2.0
2

39.4
.8
6.1
10.1
7.2
2.9
5.5
1.4
1.7
2.2
2

39.8
.8
6.1
9.5
6.9
2.6
5.5
1.3
1.7
2.3
.2

41.5
.9
6.4
9.3
6.7
2.5
5.7
1.3
1.7
2.6
2

42.8
.9
6.6
9.1
6.6
2.5
5.9
\2
1.6
2.9
2

45.1
1.0
7.0
8.8
6.4
2.4
6.8
1.3
1.9
3.4
.2

47.3
1.1
7.1
8.7
6.3
2.4
7.6
1.3
2.0
4.0
.3

50.2
1.2
7.8
8.6
62
2.4
8.6
1.3
2.3
4.6
.3

51.8
1.3
8.6
8.4
6.0
2.4
9.7
12
2.4
5.6
.5

55.5
1.4
9.1
8.7
5.8
2.8
10.8
1.1
2.3
6.8

59.2
1.5
9.3
9.0
5.8
3.2
11.9
.9
2.3
8.1

62.9
1.6
9.4
8.8
5.3
3.5
11.9
.8
2.3
8.1
.7

65.9
1.7
9.6
8.9
5.1
3.9
12.1
.7
2.2
8.5
.7

1.9
10.5
9.0
4.9
4.1
13.6
.8
2.1
9.8
.8

72.1
1.9
11.2
9.0
4.9
4.0
14.8
.8
2.2
10.8
1.0

522

53.7

54.4

58.1

61.1

64.9

68.7

762

78.6

83.0

86.9

91.3

932

100.8

109.8

5.0
10.1
5.0
4.4

5.2
10.2
5.1
4.2

5.5
9.4
5.4
4.0

5.8
10.5
5.8
42

6.3
10.8
62
4.5

7.4
10.6
6.7
5.3

7.4
11.0
7.2
6.0

8.0
12.5
8.1
7.5

7.9
12.5
8.4
8.3

8.1
12.4
9.0
9.4

8.7
12.6
9.3
10.2

10.5
132
9.5
10.3

10.1
13.3
9.8
10.5

9.5
13.9
10.9
13.7

9.6
15.0
122
15.7

2.7

2.7

2.9

3.1

3.5

5.0

6.4

7.8

8.2

8.8

9.1

10.3

11.6

1.5
1.9
8.3
5.7
1.6

1.6
2.1
8.1
5.3
1.7

1.7
2.1
7.9
5.1
1.5

1.8
2.4
7.8
4.8
1.6

1.8
2.8
7.7
4.6
1.5

1.9
3.4
7.8
4.5
1.4

2.0
3.8
7.9
4.3
1.5

22
4.0
82
42
1.4

2.5
4.1
82
42
1.3

2.7
4.0
8.2
4.2
1.3

2.9
4.1
8.3
42
12

3.3
4.5
8.1
4.1
1.3

3.5
4.6
7.7
3.7
1.3

97
98
99
100
101

1.0
3.4
3.4
2.0
4.5

1.1
3.3
4.0
2.0
5.0

1.3
3.5
4.4
2.1
5.4

1.4
3.5
4.8
2.4
5.9

1.6
3.6
5.0
2.5
6.5

1.7
3.7
52
2.7
7.0

1.9
3.7
52
2.8
72

2.1
3.9
5.4
2.7
7.9

2.1
4.0
5.7
2.8
8.3

2.5
4.1
5.7
2.9
92

2.7
3.9
6.0
2.9
10.4

2.8
3.8
6.3
2.8
11.3

2.9
3.6
6.6
2.9
12.0

2.7
3.4
7.4
2.9
13.0

2.7
3.5
8.3
32
15.0

Education and research

102

19.7

20.9

22.1

23.5

25.1

27.0

29.5

32.3

342

372

39.4

41.6

43.6

45.6

46.7

Higher education25 (s.)
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools26 (s.)
Other*'(s.>
•
Religious and welfare activities28 (s.)

103
104
105

6.5
3.4

10.3
7.0
3.6

11.1
7.7
3.4

11.8
8.3
3.5

12.5
8.9
3.7

13.8
9.3
3.9

15.8
9.7
4.1

17.3
10.2
4.9

18.1
10.4
5.7

19.3
11.1
6.8

20.6
11.5
7.3

22.4
11.7
7.5

23.9
12.1
7.6

25.0
12.6
8.0

25.8
12.6
8.4

106

19.3

20.1

20.9

21.6

22.6

25.9

27.4

292

31.5

332

333

35.4

37.6

40.3

40.9

Foreign travel and other, net

107

10.3

10.5

9.9

10.6

103

10.9

11.5

12.5

14.8

14.1

15.0

16.3

15.5

152

10.8

108
109
110

7.0
7.7
42

7.8
7.5
4.3

7.8
6.9
4.5

8.4
7.0
4.4

9.0
6.7
4.6

9.3
7.3
52

10.0
7.8
5.7

10.4
8.9
6.3

12.3
9.5
6.4

11.6
9.9
6.7

12.8
102
7.4

14.4
10.5
7.9

142
10.3
8.4

15.7
9.3
9.1

15.2
6.6
10.4

Transportation
User-operated transportation
New autos (d.)
Net purchases of used autos (d.)
Other motor vehicles (d.)
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (d.)
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage, rental, and leasing (s.).
Gasoline and oil (n.d.)
Bridge, tunnel, ferry, and road tolls (s.)
Insurance19 (s.)
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (s.)
Taxicab(s.)
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway s)

BUS (si) ..Lzz:ii"i"iiz:::::zz::::

Airline (s)
Other»(s.)
nation

Books and maps (d.)
Magazines, newspapers, arid sheet music (n.d.)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (n.d.)
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment,
boats, and pleasure aircraft (d.).
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (d.).
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (n.d.j
...."....I.
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
Motion picture theaters (s.)
Legitimate theaters and opera, and entertainments of nonprofit institutions (except athletics)
(s.).
Spectator sports21 (s.)
Clubs and fraternal organizations22 (s.)
Commercial participant amusements23 (s.)
Pari-mutuel net receipts (s.)
Other24 (s.)

Foreign travel by U.S. residents (s.)
Expenditures abroad by U.S. residents (n.d.)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by nonresidents (s.).
Less: Personal remittances in kind to nonresidents
(n.d.).
See footnotes to table 2.4.




87
90

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NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.5.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1

2,053.8

2,097.5

2207.3

2,296.6

2,391.8

2,448.4

2,447.1

2,476.9

2,503.7

2,619.4

2,746.1

2365.8

2,969.1

3,0522

3,162.4

2

441.6

450.1

471.3

479.5

481.5

486.4

487.5

485.9

488.9

500.1

508.9

519.4

529.5

535.8

546.6

Food purchased for off-premise consumption (n.d.) ..
Purchased meals and beveragesx (n.d.)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
(n.d.).
Food produced and consumed on farms (n.d.)
Tobacco products (n.d.)

3
4
5

281.5
115.0

286.0
118.7

299.6
123.3

304.7
128.0

302.7
131.4

305.7
133.5

307.5
132.3

304.9
132.5

308.1
1342

315.6
138.7

320.7
142.4

329.5
144.1

334.6
149.9

333.0
158.1

339.0
164.6

6.4

6.8

7.3

7.0

7.3

7.6

7.8

7.9

8.0

8.1

8.3

8.6

8.7

9.0

9.2

6
7

1.9

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.4

1.3

1.2

1.2

1.1

1.0

.9

.9

.9

.6

36.9

36.8

39.4

38.0

38.8

38.4

38.7

39.2

37.6

36.7

36.6

36.4

35.4

35.0

.6
332

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beveraaes (n.d.)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (n.d.).
Other alcoholic beverages (n.d.)

8
9

352.8
30.7

360.5
31.3

377.4
32.6

383.9
34.6

384.0
35.5

3872
37.0

387.0
38.1

384.9
38.5

389.8
39.4

401.4
40.0

410.8
39.6

420.6
40.9

431.1
41.5

438.6
40.7

451.0
40.8

Personal consumption expenditures
Food and tobacco

10

212

21.4

21.9

23.0

23.3

23.8

23.7

232

22.2

22.0

21.8

21.5

21.5

21.5

21.7

11

124.6

1282

135.3

142.6

153.9

157.6

157.1

163.6

163.7

1743

187.9

195.5

210.8

215.5

221.5

12
13
14
15
16
17

15.6
79.7
49.3
30.4

15.6
82.7
51.4
31.3

16.1
86.9
54.3
32.7

17.0
91.6
57.1
34.5

18.8
100.1
62.9

19.9
106.0
67.2
38.7

21.0
111.6
71.7
39.9

20.3
1132
73.6
39.6

21.4
120.8
79.1
41.7

22.4
130.6
86.1
44.5

23.4
135.3
89.4
45.9

25.0
145.1
96.9
48.3

25.8
148.6
98.0
50.5

152.5
100.6
51.9

.2

.2

2

2

11.8

11.0

10.6

10.5

372
.2
102

19.7
1042
65.7
38.5

2
9.5

2
8.7

.2
8.0

2
7.4

2
7.4

.2
7.6

.1
7.4

.1
7.4

.1
7.8

.1
8.4

18
19

12.6

13.6

16.0

17.6

18.8

17.2

17.2

18.9

21.5

26.9

26.7

5.5

5.7

5.9

5.6

5.6

5.4

62

5.7

232
6.0

26.7

5.0

182
5.8

16.8

4.8

6.3

6.3

7.5

20

35.9

34.8

34.9

36.8

38.0

38.6

38.0

37.2

35.8

38.7

40.6

42.4

44.6

47.4

49.6

21
22

20.7
15.2

20.1
14.7

20.9
14.0

22.0
14.7

23.2
14.7

24.1
14.5

24.1
14.0

23.9
13.3

23.2
12.6

24.1
14.6

25.9
14.8

27.0
15.4

28.3
16.3

29.9
17.5

30.7
18.9

23

326.9

336.5

346.7

355.4

372.9

387.9

399.4

407.3

409.6

415.5

426.8

4353

442.1

452.5

461.8

Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent 4 (s.)
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent5 (s.)
Rental value of farm dwellings (s.)
Other 6 (s.)
Household operation

24
25
26
27

217.7
88.4

224.8
90.2

231.9
92.4

238.6
94.0

254.1
95.7

267.8
96.7

278.7
98.2

284.3
1012

2862
102.4

289.4
104.3

297.4
107.1

301.3
112.2

304.6
114.9

311.8
117.3

317.6
120.6

7.3

7.2

7.0

6.9

6.7

6.5

6.3

6.0

5.5

5.4

5.4

5.1

4.9

4.7

13.5

14.3

15.4

15.9

16.3

16.9

16.3

15.8

15.5

16.4

16.9

5.3
172

17.5

18.5

18.8

28

267.4

265.1

277.6

2912

3062

316.7

315.3

311.7

308.4

319.5

336.1

348.4

361.5

374.8

3922

Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings (d.)..
Kitchen and other household appliances* (d.)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (d.)
Other durable house furnishings8 (d.)
Semidurable house furnishings9 (n.d.)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and miscellaneous household supplies and paper products (n.d).
Stationery and writing supplies (n.d.)
Household utilities

29
30
31
32
33
34

22.0
16.5
10.4
20.8
12.9
28.5

20.9
15.2

22.1
15.7
10.4
21.6

24.7
16.7
11.2
23.5
13.8
24.9

26.0
17.0
12.4
25.1
14.3
27.4

27.4
17.6
12.8
26.3
14.8
30.0

25.8
17.1
12.8
25.3
14.9
31.2

25.4
16.6
13.0
24.6
15.4
31.8

23.6
15.3
13.5
23.7
14.9
32.3

25.9
16.6
13.9
25.7
15.3
34.0

28.7

29.9
20.3
15.1
28.8
16.7
38.8

32.1
22.0
15.5
31.4
17.9
41.1

33.0
22.7
15.1

33.0
24.1
16.1
36.8
19.3
44.2

Clothing, accessories, and jewelry
Shoes (n.d.)
Clothing and accessories except shoes 2
Women's and children's (n.d.)
Men's and boys' (n.d.)
Standard clothing issued to military personnel (n.d)
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and shoes

(s.).
Jewelry and watches (d.)
Other (s.)
Persons! cdro
Toilet articles and preparations (n.d.)
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs (s.)...
Housing

(

W. !:L:::::IZ:IZ::::::::::::::::::::::
Water and other sanitary services (s.)
Fuel oil and coal (n.d.)
Telephone and telegraph (s.)
Domestic service (s.)
Other 10 (s.)
Medical care
Drug preparations and sundries11 (n.d.)
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances (d.)
Pnysicidns (s.) *
•••«
..............
Dentists (s.)
Other professional services12 (s.)
Hospitals and nursing homes "
Hncnitak

Nonprofit (s.j ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.ZZZZZ

Proprietary (s.)
Government (s.)
Nursing homes (s.)
Health insurance
Medical care and hospitalization >4 (s.)
Income loss 15 (s)
Workers' compensation16 (s.)
Personal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling (s.)...
Bank service charges, trust services, and safe deposit box rental (s.j.
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers and
private noninsured pension plans (s.).
Expense of handling life insurance " (s.)
Legal services (s.)
Funeral and burial expenses (s.)
Other18 (s.)
Z .
See footnotes to table 2.4.




35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

9.7
20.1
12.7
25.1

132
25.0

182
14.7
28.1
16.3
37.0

342
17.9
42.8

5.3

52

5.4

5.7

6.6

6.9

72

7.5

7.5

7.6

82

8.4

8.7

9.3

99.5
39.9
27.0
14.2
18.4
25.9

102.9
42.5
27.9
14.4
18.1
28.6

107.4
44.6
28.3

109.8
48.6
27.4

112.9
57.9
26.4
17.4

19.6
33.2

111.4
57.4
26.3
16.6
11.1
41.8

116.5
59.9
26.7
18.4
11.5
43.4

117.0
60.4

142

1082
53.6
26.7
16.1
11.8
41.8

108.1
54.0

142

112.9
51.7
27.7
15.4
18.1
39.3

111.7
54.0
27.6

20.3
30.9

112.8
50.7
28.1
14.5
19.5
36.3

120.3
63.0
25.4
19.9
12.0
47.4

162

272
16.0
10.9
43.0

252
19.3
12.1
44.1

262

10.0
125.3
65.5

272
20.6
12.0
50.9

9.3

8.7

9.0

9.3

9.4

82

7.2

6.7

6.9

7.0

112
422
8.0

8.0

8.3

82

8.8

16.2

15.9

16.9

18.3

19.0

20.7

21.0

20.7

19.6

20.3

21.8

22.7

23.5

23.8

24.0

44

266.5

279.6

292.3

305.1

318.9

333.8

346.5

363.6

369.0

379.8

391.5

4043

419.7

440.4

456.0

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

30.3

30.5

31.5

32.0

34.3

38.8

39.7

39.6

41.3

43.1

44.3

45.8

47.5

5.1

52

52

5.3

5.5

372
5.7

5.6

5.5

5.7

5.9

6.6

7.1

7.7

8.1

8.8

61.9
19.4
14.5
118.5
103.3
69.7
10.1
23.5
15.2
16.8
12.4

63.7
19.9
15.8
126.1
109.8
74.8
10.8
24.2
16.3
18.3
13.9

62.9
21.0
17.6
134.7
117.3
79.9
11.6
25.8
17.4
19.3
14.6

66.0
21.8
18.7
141.5
122.6
84.3
12.1
26.3
18.8
19.9
15.0

66.9
22.4

69.3
22.4
19.9
157.3
137.0
93.4
13.8
29.8
20.3
21.9
16.5

72.9
22.4
19.9
164.0
142.6
98.2
14.4
30.1
21.4
23.0
17.7

77.4
24.0
22.0
171.8
149.7
103.2
15.0
31.5
22.1
23.1
18.6

77.5
24.0
21.6
177.7
155.4
107.5
15.7

80.6
24.3
24.0
181.2
158.7
110.6
15.9
32.1
22.6
22.5
18.8

83.8
24.3
27.3
183.8
158.9
111.0
16.5
31.4
24.8
22.7
18.8

87.9
24.9

90.3
25.1
32.7
195.1
167.7
116.9
18.9
31.9
27.5
23.0
18.8

97.5
25.8

1032
26.1
39.0
206.6
177.5
125.8
19.6
32.0
29.1
24.5
19.7

3.0
1.4

2.8
1.5

2.8
1.8

2.8
22

2.8
22

32
22

32
2.1

2.7
1.9

2.3
1.7

1.8
1.9

1.8
2.1

2.0
2.1

1.8
2.5

2.0
2.6

2.0
2.8

60

133.3

139.4

148.8

155.6

165.4

170.7

175.5

1752

183.4

1962

2022

2163

224.6

234.0

241.5

61
62

4.9
8.6

5.6
8.0

6.6
8.0

6.6
8.4

6.5
9.0

7.0

7.9

72

8.6

12.6

13.7

13.4
14.8

202

11.3

12.9
14.3

162

10.1

15.9

16.7

22.7
17.9

20.3
18.5

63

52.7

57.3

60.0

63.3

67.4

70.4

71.4

68.8

72.5

80.7

82.3

862

89.9

93.6

92.6

64
65
66
67

25.7
23.8

27.6
23.1

31.5
23.9

33.1
24.6

34.9
26.8

36.0
26.5

37.8
26.6

38.7

40.4
28.9

41.9
30.4

45.0
32.8

42.3
34.6

42.0
36.8

47.5
40.0

8.1
9.5

8.6

8.9

9.1

8.8

8.8

282
8.3

41.4
28.0

8.3
92

7.7

7.1

7.5

7.3

12

7.5

10.1

10.8

11.7

11.9

11.7

11.5

11.5

11.8

72
122

12.7

13.4

13.9

15.0

192
150.1
130.6
89.9
13.0
27.7
19.5
20.5
15.5

14.0
41.1

322
22.3
22.9
19.0

302
187.4
161.4
112.4
17.5
31.5
26.0
22.6
18.4

362
201.3
172.9
121.6
19.3
32.0
28.4
24.0
19.3

47.7

70

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.5—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line

Transportation

1977

1975

1978

1979

250.7

254.9

282.5

3032

3115

303.0

274.8

275.5

276.9

305.4

338.1

368.6

388.7

384.8

403.5

225.4
53.5
20.6
12.6
15.6
41.5

230.2
53.3
20.3
13.9
15.5
43.0

256.3
65.2
22.8
20.4
16.1
44.8

275.7
722
22.6
25.4
17.1
48.5

283.4
73.3
22.6
28.6
17.0
49.4

272.9
69.0
21.9
23.1
16.5
50.6

247.4
60.2
20.8
152
15.3
48.3

250.4
62.0
21.0
15.4
15.0
48.1

251.7
62.7
20.3
18.2
14.5
46.1

279.3
75.8
21.1
24.9
16.2
49.4

25.0
31.3
17.5
55.9

338.8
94.5
27.9
39.6
18.3
63.0

356.7
103.9
29.4
41.4
18.6
63.5

351.4
93.5
28.2
43.0
18.8
65.7

369.3
99.1
30.5
44.9
20.3
70.6

68.6
1.8
11.3
9.2
5.4
3.9
16.1
.9
2.3
11.8
1.1

70.6
1.8
11.9
9.3
5.2
4.1
15.3
.8
2.0
11.5
1.1

73.4
1.8
11.7
9.4
5.1
4.4
16.8
.8
2.0
12.8
1.2

75.7
1.9
12.4
9.6
5.2
4.4
18.0
.7
1.9
14.1
1.4

77.4
1.9
13.1
9.3
5.5
3.8
19.2
.6
1.9
15.3
1.5

76.4
1.8
13.7
9.0
5.8
3.2
21.1
.6
22
16.6
1.7

72.0
1.8
13.8
7.8
5.3
2.5
19.7
.5
2.4
15.2
1.6

73.2
1.8
13.9
6.8
4.7
2.1
18.2
.5
2.4
13.9
1.4

73.9
1.8
14.3
6.6
4.8
1.8
18.6
.4
2.3
14.4
1.5

75.7
1.6
14.4
72
4.9
2.2
19.0
.5
2.0
14.9
1.6

77.9
1.7
14.4
7.7
4.8
2.8
20.3
.5
1.9
16.4
1.6

792
1.8
14.6
8.1
4.9
32
21.6
.5
1.8
17.6
1.8

82.9
1.9
15.1
82
5.1
3.2
23.8
.5
1.4
20.0
1.8

84.7
2.0
15.5
8.0
5.1
30
25.3
.5
1.9
21.0
1.9

86.1
1.7
16.0
8.0
5.3
2.7
26.2
.6
2.1
21.3
2.2

114.7

117.8

124.3

131.4

140.8

150.0

149.1

154.7

157.5

168.7

183.8

195.5

208.4

223.7

240.0

9.8
15.3
12.9
15.6

9.3
14.4
13.3
16.6

8.2
14.7
14.4
18.2

8.5
15.1
15.4
19.8

9.5
16.7
16.8
21.1

10.0
18.5
17.7
23.3

10.2
18.4
17.4
20.2

10.5
18.1
17.9
20.2

10.3
17.5
18.3
19.5

10.7
17.5
19.4
19.7

11.6
18.5
21.3
23.4

11.4
17.9
22.3
24.4

11.7
18.0
23.6
26.3

13.0
18.8
25.5
28.3

14.1
19.9
26.2
28.9

12.2

132

15.2

16.1

17.3

17.6

18.1

182

222

25.5

29.7

35.4

39.0

45.5

3.6
4.9
8.3
4.3
1.4

4.0
4.7
8.4
4.3
1.5

4.1
5.0
8.3
3.9
1.7

42
4.6
9.0
4.3
1.9

3.8
5.5
10.1
4.7
2.3

3.7
5.9
10.1
4.4
2.4

3.5
5.9
9.9
3.8
2.7

3.3
6.1
10.1
3.9
2.9

3.2
6.2
10.6
4.2
2.9

32
6.4
10.6
4.0
2.9

3.1
6.9
10.9
4.0
2.9

3.3
7.0
10.2
3.6
2.9

32
7.6
10.1
3.6
3.0

3.3
8.5
10.2
3.15
3.2

3.4
9.2
10.5
3.4
3.4

100
101

2.6
3.5
9.0
32
16.4

2.6
3.6
9.6
3.2
17.6

2.7
3.7
10.4
3.3
19.7

2.9
3.8
11.1
3.3
21.3

3.1
3.7
11.7
3.4
22.7

3.2
3.9
12.2
3.3
24.2

3.4
4.0
12.5
3.6
25.8

3.3
4.4
13.8
3.4
28.8

3.6
5.0
14.0
3.4
31.2

3.8
5.3
14.9
3.3
35.5

4.0
5.3
15.3
3.2
38.9

3.7
6.3
16.1
3.2
43.5

3.6
6.6
16.4
3.2
46.3

3.5
7.0
17.-I
3.3
49.3

3.7
72
18.5
3.2
53.4

User-operated transportation
New autos (d.)
Net purchases of used autos (d.)
Other motor vehicles (d.)
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (d.)
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage, rental, and leasing (s.).
Gasoline and oil (n.d.)
Bridge, tunnel, ferry, and road tolls (s.)
Insurance19 (s.)
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (s.)
Taxicab(s.)
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway (s.)
Bus(s.)
Airline is.)
Other26 (s.)
Recreation
Books and maps (d.)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (n.d.)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (n.d.)
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment,
boats, and pleasure aircraft (d.).
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (d.).
Radio and television repair (s.)
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (n.d.)
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
Motion picture theaters (s.)
Legitimate theaters and opera, and entertainments of nonprofit institutions (except athletics)
(s.).
Spectator sports21 (s.)
Clubs and fraternal organizations22 (s.)
Commercial participant amusements23 (s.)
Pari-mutuel net receipts (s.)
Other24 (s.)
:

1974

90

102

45.5

46.6

47.9

50.1

50.9

51.7

52.7

54.0

55.9

572

59.6

61.9

64.1

67.8

103
104
105

25.5
12.2
7.8

25.5
12.4
8.7

25.9
12.1
9.5

26.4
11.8
9.7

26.9
13.0
10.2

27.6
13.1
10.3

28.3
13.5
9.9

292
13.5

30.6
13.6
9.8

31.3
14.1
10.5

31.7
14.3
112

32.1
15.0
12.5

32.9
15.2
13.7

33.8
15.5
14.8

34.6
162
16.9

Religious and welfare activities28 (s.)

106

39.2

39.4

42.2

435

48.7

50.5

51.3

53.3

55.8

59.4

642

67.7

73.3

76.0

81.8

Foreign travel and other, net

107

7.6

5.4

3.9

4.0

3.5

2.3

0.9

-3.6

0.6

5.5

8.8

12.2

4.2

3.4

0.1

108
109
110

14.0
5.4
11.2

13.7
4.3
12.1

14.4
3.6
13.6

14.9
3.2
13.7

15.4
3.1
14.6

15.0
3.1
15.4

14.7
3.5
16.9

14.8
4.5
22.5

16.5
5.6
21.0

18.8
6.0
18.8

27.6
6.8
25.2

29.8
8.0
25.1

26.5
5.8
27.6

29.6
4.2
30.0

30.1
4.8
34.4

Education and research
Higher education25 (s.)
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools26 (s.)
Other27 (s.)

Foreign travel by U.S. residents (s.)
Expenditures abroad by U.S. residents (n.d.)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by nonresidents (s.).
Less: Personal remittances in kind to nonresidents
(n.d.).
See footnotes to table 2.4.




NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

71

Table 2.6.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1

318.1

332.4

343.5

364.4

3842

412.5

444.6

481.6

509.3

559.1

603.7

646.5

700.3

767.8

2

42.8

43.5

41.9

47.0

51.8

56.8

63.5

68.5

70.6

81.0

86.2

85.3

972

110.7

Motor vehicles and parts
New autos (70)
Net purchases of used autos (71)
Other motor vehicles (72)
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (73)

3
4
5
6
7

18.9
132
2.7
.6
2.4

19.7
14.0
2.6
.6
2.5

17.8
12.1
2.6
.5
2.6

21.5
15.0
2.9
.7
2.8

24.4
172
3.2
.9
3.0

26.0
18.3
3.4
1.0
3.2

29.9
21.4
3.8
1.3
3.5

30.3
21.0
3.9
1.5
3.8

30.0
20.0
4.3
1.6
4.0

36.1
24.5
4.6
2.3
4.6

38.4
25.1
5.0
2.8
5.4

35.5
21.9
4.8
6.1

44.5
28.2
5.3
3.9
7.1

51.1
31.6
5.9
5.6
8.0

56.1
33.9
6.4
6.9
8.9

Furniture and household equipment
Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings

8
9

18.1
4.8

18.0
4.7

18.3
4.8

19.3
5.1

20.7
5.5

23.2
6.1

25.1
6.5

28.2
7.0

30.0
7.3

32.9
7.9

34.7
8.4

35.7
8.6

37.8
9.2

42.4
10.4

47.9
11.8

Kitchen and other household appliances (30)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (31)
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (91).
Other durable house furnishings (32)

10
11
12

4.4
1.7
3.1

4.3
1.7
3.0

4.3
1.8
3.2

4.3
1.9
3.4

4.5
1.9
3.7

4.9
2.1
4.3

4.9
2.4
5.1

5.3
2.7
6.3

5.5
2.9
7.0

6.2
3.3
7.6

6.8
3.4
8.0

7.3
3.5
8.5

7.9
3.6
8.9

9.0
4.0
10.1

9.9
4.6
11.3

13

4.1

42

4.3

4.6

5.1

5.8

6.3

6.9

7.2

7.9

8.0

7.9

8.1

9.0

10.3

Other
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances
(46).
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment,
boats, and pleasure aircraft (90).
Jewelry and watches (18)
Books and maps (87)

14
15

5.8
.8

5.8
.8

5.8
.8

6.3
.9

6.8
1.0

7.6
1.1

8.4
1.2

10.0
1.3

10.6
12

12.0
1.4

13.2
1.6

14.1
1.9

14.9
1.9

17.2
2.2

20.1
2.4

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods

2.7

848.1

16

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.2

2.5

2.9

3.6

4.1

4.8

5.2

5.2

5.6

7.4

8.6

17
18

2.0
1.1

1.9
1.1

1.9
1.2

2.0
1.3

22
1.4

2.4
1.6

2.7
1.7

3.2
1.8

3.5
1.9

3.8
2.0

4.0
2.3

4.1
2.9

4.4
3.0

4.8
2.9

6.0
3.1

19

148.5

153.1

157.4

163.8

169.4

179.7

191.9

208.5

216.9

235.0

252.2

270.4

283.3

305.2

339.6

Food
Food purchased for off-premise consumption (3)..
Purchased meals and beverages (4)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
and food produced and consumed on farms
(5+6).

20
21
22
23

80.7
60.8
17.5
2.4

82.6
62.0
18.4
2.3

84.8
63.2
19.3
2.3

87.1
642
20.6
2.3

89.5
65.6
21.7
22

94.6
69.5
23.0
2.2

101.0
74.6
24.2
2.3

109.0
80.8
25.6
2.6

112.3
83.0
26.7
2.7

121.6
89.4
29.5
2.7

130.5
96.0
31.7
2.8

142.1
104.4
34.9
2.8

147.5
1082
36.6
2.7

158.5
115.5
40.1
2.9

176.1
128.0
44.8
32

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages (8)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (9).
Other alcoholic beverages (10)

24
25

70.1
6.3

71.8
6.5

73.7
6.5

75.3
7.0

77.2
7.2

81.8
7.6

87.6
7.9

94.7
8.4

97.3
8.8

105.1
9.8

112.8
10.9

122.5
12.3

126.3
13.7

135.5
14.8

151.2
15.9

26

4.3

4.4

4.6

4.8

5.1

5.2

5.5

5.8

6.2

6.6

6.8

7.4

7.5

8.2

9.0

Clothing and shoes
Shoes (12)
Women's and children's clothing and accessories
except shoes (14).
Men's and boys' clothing and accessories except
shoes (15+16).

27
28
29

26.4
4.4
14.3

27.0
4.5
14.6

27.6
4.6
15.0

29.0
4.8
15.8

29.8
4.8
16.4

32.4
5.2
17.8

34.1
5.4
18.6

37.4
6.0
20.2

392
6.4
20.9

43.2
7.1
23.0

46.5
7.8
24.6

47.8
7.8
25.6

51.7
8.1
28.1

56.4
8.9
30.4

62.5
9.8
33.7

30

7.7

7.9

8.1

8.4

8.6

9.4

10.0

11.2

12.0

13.1

14.1

14.4

15.4

17.1

19.0

Gasoline and oil (75)

31

11.3

12.0

12.0

12.6

13.0

13.6

14.8

16.0

17.1

18.6

20.5

21.9

23.2

24.4

28.1

Fuel oil and coal (40)

32

4.0

3.8

3.8

3.8

4.0

4.1

4.4

4.7

4.8

4.7

4.6

4.4

4.6

5.1

6.3

Other

33

26.1

27.7

292

31.4

33.1

35.0

37.6

41.4

43.5

47.0

50.2

54.1

56.4

60.8

66.6

34
35
36
37

6.6
2.7
2.7
3.5

6.9
3.0
2.8
3.7

7.1
3.3
2.9
4.2

72
3.6
32
4.6

7.5
3.9
3.3
4.9

7.6
4.2
3.7
5.3

8.1
4.5
3.9
5.7

8.5
5.0
4.3
6.3

8.9
5.4
4.6
6.7

9.4
5.9
4.9
7.1

9.8
62
4.9
7.6

10.8
6.6
4.9
82

11.3
6.9
5.0
8.4

12.2
7.4
5.3
8.9

13.2
8.3
5.9
10.0

38
39
40
41
42
43

3.5
2.4
1.1
1.0
2.1
.6

3.9
2.5
1.1
.9
22
.7

4.3
2.7
1.1
.9
2.0
.7

4.6
2.9
12
.9
2.3
.9

4.8
3.1
1.3
.9
2.5
1.0

5.0
3.4
1.4
1.0
2.5
1.1

5.2
3.6
1.5
1.1
2.7
1.3

5.4
4.0
1.7
1.3
32
1.4

5.8
4.3
1.8
1.4
3.3
1.5

6.4
4.8
2.0
1.5
3.4
1.7

7.0
52
2.3
1.7
3.7
1.7

8.1
5.5
2.3
1.8
4.1
1.8

8.6
5.8
22
1.9
4.4
1.9

9.3
6.6
2.4
1.7
4.8
2.2

10.1
7.4
2.7
1.4
5.3
2.3

Nondurable goods

Tobacco products (7)
Toilet articles and preparations (21)
Semidurable house furnishings (33)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and miscellaneous household supplies and paper products (34).
Drug preparations and sundries (45)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (89)
Stationery and writing supplies (35)
Net foreign remittances (109 less 111)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (88) ....
Rowers, seeds, and potted plants (93)

44

126.8

135.9

144.1

153.6

163.1

175.9

1892

204.6

221.7

243.1

265.3

290.8

319.8

351.9

384.5

Housing
Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent
(24).
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent (25)
Rental value of farm dwellings (26)
Other (27)

45
46

45.0
29.0

48.2
31.3

51.2
33.3

54.7
35.7

58.0
37.8

61.4
40.0

65.4
42.7

69.5
45.3

74.1
48.3

79.7
51.9

86.8
56.6

94.0
61.3

102.7
67.3

112.1
73.7

122.7
81.0

47
48
49

12.5

2.0
1.4

13.3
2.1
1.5

142
2.2
1.5

15.1
2.3
1.6

16.0
2.4
1.8

17.0
2.4
1.9

18.2
2.5
2.1

19.2
2.6
2.3

20.4
2.7
2.6

22.2
2.8
2.8

24.0
3.0
3.1

26.0
3.3
3.4

28.4
3.5
3.5

30.8
3.7
3.8

33.7
3.8
4.3

Household operation
Electricity (37)
Gas (38)
Water and other sanitary services (39)
Telephone and telegraph (41)
Domestic service (42)
Other (43)

50
51
52
53
54
55
56

18.7
4.7
2.9
1.2
42
3.6
2.1

20.3
5.1
3.3
1.4
4.5
3.8
2.3

21.2
5.3
3.5
1.5
4.8
3.7
2.3

22.4
5.7
3.8
1.6
5.1
3.8
2.4

23.6
6.0
3.9
1.8
55
3.8
2.6

25.0
6.3
4.1
1.9
5.9
3.9
2.8

26.5
6.6
4.3
2.1
4.0
3.1

28.2
7.0
4.5
2.2
7.0
4.0
3.5

302
7.5
4.7
2.2
7.7
42
3.9

32.3
8.1
4.9
2.4
8.3
4.4
42

35.1
8.8
5.2
2.8
9.3
4.4
4.6

37.8
9.6
5.6
3.2
10.1
4.5
4.8

41.0
10.6
6.0
3.6
11.0
4.6
5.2

45.3
11.8
6.6
4.0
12.4
4.6
5.8

49.8
13.3
6.7
4.4
14.1
4.8
6.4

I r3osoorti3iton

57
58
59

10.5
7.3
52

112
7.9
5.5

11.7
8.3
5.8

122
8.7
6.2

12.7
9.2
6.6

13.4
9.6
7.1

14.5
10.4
7.6

15.9
11.5
8.1

17.3
12.4
8.8

18.9
13.3
9.7

20.9
14.5
10.9

23.7
16.7
12.3

27.1
19.4
13.9

29.8
212
15.1

31.2
21.8
15.8

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

2.1
2.0
1.4
.6
12
.3
.3
.6
0

2.3
2.0
1.4
.6
1.3
.3
.3
.7
0

2.5
2.0
1.4
.6
1.4
.3
.3
.8
0

2.5
2.0
1.4
.6
1.5
.3
.3
.9
0

2.5
2.0
1.4
.6
1.5
.3
.3
.9
0

2.5
2.0
1.4
.6
1.7
.3
.3
1.1
0

2.8
2.1
1.4
.6
2.0
.3
.4
1.3
.1

3.3
2.1
1.5
.6
2.3
.3
.4
1.5
.1

3.5
22
1.5
.7
2.7
.3
.5
1.8
.1

3.6
2.4
1.6
.9
3.1
2
.5
22
.1

3.6
2.7
1.7
1.0
3.7
2
.5
2.8
2

4.4
3.0
1.8
1.2
4.0
2
.5
3.1
2

5.6
3.3
1.9
1.4
4.4
2
.6
3.5
2

6.2
3.4
1.9
1.6
5.2
2
.6
4.1
.2

6.0
3.5
1.9
1.6
5.9
2
.6
4.7
.3

Services

••••••••••••*•«••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*••••••••••••••

User-operated transportation
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (74).
Other user-operated transportation (76+77)
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (79)
Taxicab(80)
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway (82)
Bus (83)
Airline (84)
Other (85) .".
See note at end of table.




6.5

72

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8
Table 2.6.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1970

1968

1971

1972

1973

Services—Continued
Medical care
Physicians (47)
Dentists (48)
Other professional services (49)
Hospitals and nursing homes (50)
Health insurance (56)

16.3
5.5
2.0
1.1
6.0
1.7

17.4
5.8
2.0
1.3
6.5
1.8

18.6
5.9
2.1
1.5
7.0
2.0

20.7
6.5
2.3
1.9
7.8
22

22.4
6.9
2.3
2.3
8.7
2.2

25.7
8.2
2.7
2.7
9.7
2.4

27.7
8.5
2.8
3.1
10.6
2.7

30.5
9.1
3.0
3.3
12.1
3.0

33.7
10.0
3.4
2.8
14.3
3.1

39.0
10.9
3.7
3.1
17.1
4.0

44.4
12.4
4.3
3.2
20.3
4.2

50.1
14.0
4.9
3.4
23.4
4.4

56.5
15.3
5.1
3.6
27.7
4.9

63.5
16.6
5.6
3.9
31.3
6.0

712
18.4
6.6
4.8
35.0
6.4

Other
Personal care
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and
shoes (17).
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs

36.3
62
32

38.8
6.4
3.3

41.5
6.7
3.3

43.5
7.1
3.4

46.3
7.2
3.5

50.5
7.7
3.6

55.1
8.2
3.8

60.6
8.9
4.0

66.6
9.5
4.1

73.3
10.2
4.3

78.0
10.5
4.5

85.3
10.9
4.5

92.5
10.8
4.3

101.3
11.4
4.5

109.6
12.0
4.4

2.5

2.6

2.8

32

3.4

4.7

4.8

5.2

5.2

5.4

5.8

.5
13.6
1.2

.5
14.6
12

.6
15.9
1.6

.6
172
1.7

.7
18.9
1.9

23.1
2.6

1.0
25.6
3.0

12
28.3
3.5

1.2
29.2
3.0

1.3
32.0
2.3

1.3
35.2
3.0

1.5
38.5
3.4

1.8
41.6
2.5

1.0

1.0

1.1

1.2

1.6

1.7

1.9

2.0

22

2.3

2.4

4.4

4.7

4.6

4.8

5.4

8.4

9.3

9.3

11.0

12.4

13.6

15.0

Other (19)
Personal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling
(61).
Bank service charges, trust services, and safe
deposit box rental (62).
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers
and private noninsured pension plans (63)..
Expense of handling life insurance (64)
Legal services (65)
Funeral and burial expenses (66)
Other (67)
Recreation
Admissions to specified spectator amusements

.6
16.2
1.5

20.9
2.2

5.2
3.0
1.8
1.4
9.6
2.2

5.3
3.4
1.9
1.5
10.4
2.4

5.4
3.6
2.0
1.7
11.1
2.5

5.9
3.8
2.1
1.9
12.4
2.9

6.3
4.1
2.2
2.3
13.8
3.1

7.1
4.9
2.3
2.4
15.0
3.3

72
5.4
2.5
2.5
16.3
3.5

7.8
6.0
2.6
2.8
17.6
3.5

9.0
6.9
2.7
3.2
19.7
3.5

7.4
6.9
3.5
2.2

8.0
7.8
4.1
2.3

8.6
8.7
4.5
2.5

9.6
9.9
5.0
2.7

10.7
11.1
5.7
3.0

11.7
12.5
6.6
3.3

12.8
13.7
7.5
3.6

14.1
15.1
8.2
3.9

162
16.6
8.9
4.5

12
7.7
1.8
3.3
1.6

1.4
8.5
1.8
3.6
1.8

1.7
9.4
2.4
4.2
1.8

2.1
10.3
2.2
42
2.0

2.4
11.0
2.4
4.7
2.3

2.6
12.1
2.8
5.4
2.7

2.7
13.5
2.9
5.9
2.9

2.9
15.2
3.5
6.8
3.3

32
16.3
3.4
7.3
4.0

(94).

Other(92+98+99+100+101)
Education and research
Higher education (103)
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools
(104).

Other (105)
Religious and welfare activities (106)
Net foreign travel
Foreign travel by U.S. residents (108)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (110).
See note at end of table.




73

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.6.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1

927.7

1,024.9

1,143.1

1,271.5

1,421.2

1,583.7

1,748.1

1,926.2

2,0592

22575

2,460.3

2,667.4

2,850.6

3,0522

3296.1

2

123.0

134.3

160.0

182.6

202.3

214.2

212.5

228.5

236.5

275.0

317.9

352.9

389.6

403.7

437.1

49.5
27.0

54.8
29.3

71.3
38.2

6.6
6.4
9.5

7.4
7.7

9.7

10.3

12.1
11.4

83.5
44.4
10.4
15.9
12.9

92.2
48.5
11.1
19.1
13.5

91.5
49.3
11.3
16.6
14.4

84.0
46.4
10.8
11.8
14.9

91.6
50.7
12.8
12.8
15.4

97.7
53.3
13.6
15.6
15.2

120.6

Net purchases of used autos (71)
Other motor vehicles (72)
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (73)

3
4
5
6
7

15.9
21.9
16.6

144.6
77.6
21.2
28.6
17.3

167.4
87.4
24.3
37.6
18.1

184.9
100.3
25.4
40.8
18.4

183.5
93.5
28.2
43.0
18.8

197.8
101.0
30.5
45.6
20.7

Furniture and household equipment
Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings

8
9

51.5
12.5

54.5
12.8

60.2
14.1

67.1
16.3

74.0
18.0

82.3
20.3

86.0
20.7

91.3
21.7

92.5
21.0

104.4
23.6

115.3
26.7

123.4
28.6

135.5
31.3

144.0
33.0

156.7
34.0

10
11
12

10.3

10.6

11.5

12.7

13.6

14.8

15.5
11.5
21.3

15.2
12.5
22.1

16.9
13.1
26.6

18.7
13.9
29.1

20.3
14.3
32.1

21.9
15.1
36.2

22.7
15.1
39.0

24.1
16.4
44.5

Line
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Motor vehicles and parts

New autos (70)

Kitchen and other household appliances (30)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (31)
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (91).
Other durable house furnishings (32)
Other
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment,
boats, and pleasure aircraft (90).
Jewelry and watches (18)
Books and maps (87)

5.1

5.6

6.3

7.1

8.3

9.3

12.1

13.5

14.8

15.7

17.1

19.0

15.1
10.3
19.9

662

13

11.5

12.0

13.5

15.2

17.0

18.9

20.0

21.2

21.7

24.2

26.9

282

31.0

34.2

37.7

14
15

22.0

25.0

28.5

32.0

36.1

40.4

42.5

45.6

46.3

50.0

58.0

62.1

69.2

82.6

2.6

2.9

3.0

3.2

3.5

3.9

4.2

4.4

4.7

5.1

5.8

6.5

7.2

762
8.1

16

92

10.5

12.1

13.7

15.2

17.8

16.9

17.9

18.0

18.4

22.3

23.7

25.8

28.3

30.0

17
18

7.0
3.2

8.1
3.6

9.8
3.6

11.0

12.3

13.0

15.0

16.0

15.6

17.5

4.1

5.0

5.7

6.5

7.3

8.0

9.0

20.0
10.0

21.4
10.6

24.8
11.4

26.9
13.0

28.8
14.6

9.2

19

380.8

416.0

451.8

490.4

541.5

613.3

682.9

744.2

772.3

817.8

873.0

919.4

9522

1,011.1

1,073.8

Food
Food purchased for off-premise consumption (3) ..
Purchased meals and beverages (4)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
and food produced and consumed on farms
(5+6).

20
21
22
23

198.1
144.7
49.5

218.5
158.5
55.8

236.0
169.6
61.7

255.9
182.5
68.6

280.6
198.6
76.6

313.0
220.7
86.1

341.8
241.7
93.4

367.3
258.1
101.9

386.0
269.6
108.8

406.2
280.7
117.5

430.2
295.9
125.9

451.1
309.5
132.9

476.8
323.4
144.2

500.7
333.0
158.1

3.9

4.2

4.7

4.8

5.4

6.2

6.7

7.3

7.6

7.9

8.3

8.7

9.2

9.6

533.6
351.7
171.7
10.2

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages (8)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (9).
Other alcoholic beverages (10)

24
25

171.0
17.6

189.0
19.1

204.4
20.3

221.7
21.9

243.5
23.6

271.5
26.6

296.1
29.7

318.2
32.2

334.5
34.4

352.0
36.4

374.8
36.8

392.8
38.9

415.5
40.7

438.6
40.7

468.9
41.8

Nondurable goods

26

9.6

10.5

11.3

12.4

13.5

14.9

15.9

16.9

17.1

17.8

18.6

19.3

20.6

21.5

22.9

Clothing and shoes
Shoes (12)
Women's and children's clothing and accessories
except shoes (14).
Men's and boys' clothing and accessories except
shoes (15+16).

27
28
29

66.0

76.6
11.1
42.1

84.1
12.2
45.9

94.3
14.1
51.7

101.2
16.0
55.0

107.3
17.4
58.0

117.2
19.3
63.2

120.5
19.2
65.7

130.8
20.3
72.0

142.5
21.5

36.0

70.8
10.3
38.8

792

1522
22.8
85.1

1632
24.3
91.8

174.5
25.8
98.0

186.4
27.4
104.9

30

20.1

21.7

23.5

26.0

28.5

30.2

31.9

34.6

35.6

38.5

41.8

44.3

47.1

50.7

54.1

Gasoline and oil (75)

31

36.1

39.7

43.0

46.9

50.1

66.2

86.7

97.9

94.1

93.3

94.5

96.9

79.7

84.7

86.9

Fuel oil and coal (40)

32

7.8

8.4

10.1

11.1

11.5

14.4

15.4

15.8

14.5

13.8

14.2

14.1

12.0

12.0

12.1

Other

33

111

78.5

86.0

92.4

105.0

118.6

131.7

146.0

157.3

173.8

191.6

205.1

220.5

239.1

254.8

34
35
36
37

14.1

15.1
10.3

16.8
11.3

17.0
12.6

18.3
14.0

19.2
15.5

6.6

7.2

7.9

8.7

9.7

11.4

12.5

13.5

14.6

17.0

20.0

20.9
16.9
10.6
22.9

22.8
18.4
11.8
25.6

24.3
19.3
12.4
27.8

28.4
21.3
13.5
30.3

30.1
23.6
14.9
33.8

31.7
25.5
15.7
36.7

33.1
27.6
17.2
39.8

35.0
29.9
17.9
42.8

36.2
31.8
19.4
45.5

38
39
40
41
42
43

11.0

12.0

82
2.9
1.2
5.9
2.6

9.0
3.1
1.1
6.4
2.7

13.1
10.0

14.2
10.8

16.3
12.3

19.1
13.6

21.8
14.6

24.9
16.0

27.6
17.1

31.4
18.4

35.3
20.5

38.9
21.5

43.1
23.0

47.5
25.5

50.8
27.5

3.3
.9
7.0
2.9

3.7
1.0
7.7
2.9

4.5
1.2
9.1
3.6

5.0
1.4

5.5
1.8

6.2
2.1

6.6
2.7

7.0
2.8

7.7
3.1

8.2
3.6

8.5
3.5

9.3
3.7

102
3.3

10.9

12.0

13.0

13.8

14.8

16.2

16.6

17.4

18.8

20.8

4.2

4.7

5.3

5.7

5.9

6.3

6.7

7.3

8.5

9.3

44

423.9

474.5

531.2

598.4

677.4

7562

852.7

953.5

1,050.4

1,164.7

1,269.4

1,395.1

1,508.8

1,637.4

1,7852

Tobacco products (7)
Toilet articles and preparations (21)
Semidurable house furnishings (33)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and miscellaneous household supplies and paper products (34).
Drug preparations and sundries (45)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (89)
Stationery and writing supplies (35)
Net foreign remittances (109 less 111)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (88) ....
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (93)
Services

9.9

9.3
6.3

Housing
Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent
(24).
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent (25)
Rental value of farm dwellings (26)
Other (27)

45
46

134.1
89.7

147.0
98.8

161.5
108.7

179.5
121.3

201.7
138.1

226.6
156.9

255.2
178.4

287.1
200.8

311.1
217.9

334.6
233.8

362.3
252.7

392.5
271.0

421.8
290.5

452.5
311.8

4842
334.1

47
48
49

35.8

39.0

42.6

47.0

51.1

55.7

61.8

70.3

76.7

82.9

90.4

101.0

110.0

117.3

125.3

3.9
4.7

4.0
5.3

4.1
6.2

4.3
6.8

4.6
7.8

4.9
9.2

5.1
9.9

5.2

5.0

5.1

5.1

5.0

4.9

4.9

4.9

10.7

11.6

12.9

14.2

15.5

16.5

18.5

19.9

Household operation
Electricity (37)
Gas (38)
Water and other sanitary services (39)
Telephone and telegraph (41)
Domestic service (42)
Other (43)

50
51
52
53
54
55
56

55.5
16.1

63.7
19.4

7.4
4.9

9.1
5.5

72.4
21.7
10.8

81.9
25.2
12.4

91.2
28.1
14.0

100.0
30.8
16.0

113.0
37.2
19.1

6.0

6.7

7.5

8.4

9.4

15.5

17.7

19.8

21.5

23.9

25.7

27.6

126.0
42.5
20.9
10.5
30.9

141.4
47.1
25.6
11.7
35.1

153.6
51.6
29.0
13.1
36.5

165.5
55.4
29.3
14.7
39.8

176.2
59.3
29.4
16.5
42.8

181.1
60.7
26.4
18.2
45.1

187.8
63.0
25.4
19.9
47.4

199.5
66.4
27.0
21.8
50.2

4.6
7.0

4.7
7.3

5.5
8.7

6.1

6.6

6.4

6.1

6.2

6.5

6.7

7.7

7.8

8.2

8.2

8.9

10.0

11.1

12.7

13.6

15.0

15.5

16.7

18.6

20.5

22.5

23.8

25.1

Transportation
User-operated transportation
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (74).
Other user-operated transportation (76+77)
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (79)

57
58
59

33.3
22.7
17.0

35.7
24.4
19.8

41.3
28.3
22.1

49.2
34.5
25.7

53.6
37.7
28.4

59.4
41.4
32.0

65.1
44.2
33.7

69.4
46.9
36.7

71.6
48.4
37.9

78.9
54.2
42.5

89.1
61.2
49.7

99.0
69.2
57.7

105.8
60.7

116.6
83.3
65.7

128.5
92.1
73.5

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

5.8
3.7
2.0
1.7
6.9
.3
.7
5.5
.4

4.6
4.0
2.1
2.0
7.3
.3
.7
5.9
.4

6.1
4.4
2.2
2.2
8.6
.3
.8
7.1
.5

8.7
4.8
2.4
2.4
9.9
.3
.8
8.3
.6

9.3
4.8
2.5
2.2

9.5
4.8
2.8
2.0

10.5

10.1

10.5

11.7

11.5

11.5

14.5

17.5

18.6

4.8
2.9
1.9

5.0
3.3
1.7

5.4
3.8
1.5

6.0
4.0
1.9

6.7
42
2.5

7.4
4.4
2.9

7.9
4.9
3.0

8.0
5.1
3.0

8.3
5.4
2.9

11.1

13.1

16.1

17.5

17.9

18.7

21.1

22.4

22.7

25.3

28.0

.2
.9
9.3
.6

.3
1.1

.3
1.4

.3
1.6

.3
1.7

.4
1.6

.4
1.6

.4
1.6

.5
1.5

.5
1.9

.6
22

10.9

13.5

14.6

14.7

15.4

17.7

18.7

19.0

21.0

23.0

.8

.9

1.0

12

1.3

1.4

1.6

1.7

1.9

2.2

Taxicab(80)
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway (82)

Bus (83)
Airline (84)
Other (85)
See note at end of table.




752

74

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.6.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

Services—Continued
Medical care
Physicians (47)
Dentists (48)
Other professional services (49) ..
Hospitals and nursing homes (50)
Health insurance (56)

69
70
71
72
73
74

80.1
20.3
7.3
5.5
40.6
6.4

93.0
23.5
8.2
6.7
47.9
6.6

106.2
25.8
9.3
8.3
55.8
7.0

122.4
29.6
10.3
9.7
63.4
9.4

139.7
32.5
11.3
10.7
73.2
11.9

157.8
36.8
12.3
11.9
84.5
12.4

181.3
42.8
13.7
132
98.7
12.8

213.6
50.4
16.1
16.0
116.4
14.6

240.5
55.2
17.4
16.7
133.3
17.9

265.7
61.8
18.7
19.8
146.7
18.6

2906
68.8
20.3
23.5
158.5
19.5

319.3
76.3
22.1
27.8
170.4
22.7

346.4
84.1
23.5
31.7
185.0
22.1

384.7
97.5
25.8
362
201.3
24.0

427.7
110.6
27.9
41.3
221.5
26.4

Other
Personal care
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and
shoes (17).
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs
(22).
Other (19) .
Personal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling
(61).
Bank service charges, trust services; and safe
deposit box rental (62).
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers
and private noninsured pension plans (63)..
Expense of handling life insurance (64)
Legal services (65)
Funeral and burial expenses (66)
Other (67)
!.L.!
Recreation
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
(94).
Other(92+98+99+100+101)
Education and research
Higher education (103)
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools
(104).
Other (105)
Religious and welfare activities (106)
Net foreign travel
Foreign travel by U.S. residents (108)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (110).

75
76
77

1208
12.4
4.4

1350
13.2
4.5

1498
14.1
4.7

165.4
15.8
4.9

191.2
17.4
5.3

212.5
18.5
5.5

238.2
19.5
5.7

257.5
20.3
5.9

285 7
20.5
5.8

331 9
23.9
6.2

361 9
24.9
6.7

408.1
26.8
6.8

453.7
28.9
7.1

495.7
31.5
7.8

5454
362
8.7

78

6.1

6.5

6.9

8.2

9.0

9.6

10.0

10.3

10.4

12.6

13.3

14.5

15.8

17.5

19.6

79
80
81

19
462

22
53.0
2.9

25
59.7
3.6

2.7
66.1
3.6

3.1
80.0
4.4

3.4
89.5
4.9

3.7
101.6
6.9

4.1
108.5
6.9

4.3
122.1
8.8

5.1
146.9
12.6

50
158.5
12.3

5.5
184.9
15.0

6.0
214.5
19.9

6.3
234.0
22.7

7.8
255.0
19.3

82
83

2.1
2.6
17.4

2.7

2.9

3.2

3.6

4.4

5.6

7.3

9.1

10.9

12.3

14.0

15.8

17.9

19.8

20.9

22.5

24.8

32.3

36.9

40.2

39.4

42.9

56.4

59.3

70.3

87.5

93.6

99.9

84
85
86
87
88
89

10.0
7.6
2.8
3.6
22.5
4.0

11.5
7.9
2.9
4.1
25.4
4.3

14.1
8.7
3.3
4.6
28.3
4.4

165
9.6
3.5
52
31.4
5.0

18.6
11.1
3.8
6.0
34.7
5.9

20.6
11.9
4.0
6.7
38.5
6.4

23.4
13.6
4.6
7.5
43.1
6.7

25.5
16.3
4.9
8.2
49.7
7.1

28.9
18.4
5.1
9.0
55.3
8.0

302
21.5
5.4
9.9
62.1
8.5

33.2
24.7
5.9
10.8
68.5
9.4

38.8
28.6
6.6
11.7
76.8
92

39.5
32.1
6.9
12.8
82.8
9.6

42.0
36.8
7.2
13.9
90.5
102

50.8
41.7
7.8
15.8
100.2
11.1

90
91
92
93

18.5
183
9.6
5.2

21.0
205
10.3
5.9

23.9
224
11.2
6.3

26.4
24.0
12.1
6.5

28.8
26.7
13.1
7.4

32.1
29.8
14.7
8.3

36.4
33.6
16.5
9.6

42.5
37.9
19.0
10.7

47.3
41.7
22.0
11.2

53.6
45.8
242
122

59.1
49.8
26.5
13.0

67.6
54.5
28.7
14.0

73.3
59.0
31.2
14.6

80.3
64.1
33.8
15.5

89.2
71.6
36.7
17.1

94
95
96
97
98

35
18.0
35
8.1
4.6

43
19.7
34
8.8
5.4

50
22.3
2.9
9.4
6.5

5.4
24.8
3.3
10.3
7.0

6.1
29.5
3.0
11.1
8.1

6.8
33.5
2.7
12.1
9.4

75
38.6
1.7
13.3
11.6

8.2
43.6
-2.4
142
16.6

85
47.9
-1.7
15.0
16.7

94
52.5
.8
16.5
15.7

10 3
58.8
1.5
23.8
22.3

11.8
63.3
1.8
25.1
23.3

13.2
70.3
-1.9
24.5
26.4

14.8
76.0
-0.4
29.6
30.0

17.8
86.0
-3.6
32.4
36.1

NOTE.—See note to table 2.4 tor information on discontinuities in estimates of foreign travel by U.S. residents
(line 97) and expenditures in the United States by nonresidents (line 98).
NOTE.—The figures in parentheses are the line numbers of the corresponding items in table 2.4.




75

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.7.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1

1,1785

1,210.8

1,238.4

1,293.3

1,341.9

1,4172

1,497.0

1,573.8

1,622.4

1,7075

1,7712

1,813.5

1,873.7

1,978.4

2,066.7

2

114.4

115.4

109.4

120.2

130.3

140.7

1562

166.0

1672

184.5

190.8

183.7

201.4

225.2

246.6

Motor vehicles and parts
New autos (70)
Net purchases of used autos (71)
Other motor vehicles (72)
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (73)

3
4
5
6
7

59.7
28.9
24.4
1.4

61.3
31.1
23.5
1.4

54.9
26.8
21.3
1.2

68.4
38.6
21.1
2.1

712
41.1
20.6

81.2
49.1
21.7

91.8
55.3
21.9

100.8
58.5
21.6

6.6

2.5
7.1

3.2
7.2

8.0

5.7
8.9

6.5

5.6

95.1
55.8
22.4
6.8
102

85.6
47.4
20.9

5.3

81.8
49.2
21.0
3.9
7.7

80.3
46.5
21.7
4.1

4.9

62.2
33.5
20.8
1.7
6.2

10.8

8.5
122

114.3
66.1
22.6
12.1
13.5

123.4
70.9
22.4
14.7
15.4

Furniture and household equipment
Furniture, including mattresses and bedspnngs

8
9

38.2
12.5

37.7
12.4

38.1
12.3

40.4
13.1

43.1
14.1

48.3
15.7

52.1
16.5

57.6
17.4

59.5
17.4

62.9
18.0

64.3
18.2

64.4
17.8

66.8
18.5

73.6
20.6

81.5
22.5

7.2
6.3
2.7

7.0
6.1
2.7

7.2
6.0

7.4
6.2
3.1

7.9
62
3.5

8.6
6.8

9.9
8.6
6.4

112
9.2
7.8

12.0
9.2

12.5

13.4

9.1
8.8

9.3

4.1

8.9
7.6
5.0

10.2

2.9

15.1
9.7
10.3

16.6
10.6
11.6

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods

Kitchen and other household appliances (30)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (31)
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (91).
Other durable house furnishings (32)

10

13

9.6

9.5

9.7

10.5

11.5

13.1

14.2

15.4

15.8

16.8

16.6

16.3

16.5

17.9

20.1

Other
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances
(46).
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment,
boats, and pleasure aircraft (90).
Jewelry and watches (18)
Books and maps (87)

14
15

16.5

16.3
2.4

17.6
2.9

18.8
3.0

21.1
3.2

22.8
3.4

26.7
3.7

27.4
3.3

29.8

3.7

31.5
4.1

33.7

2.6

16.3
2.4

4.5

33.8
4.3

37.3
4.7

41.8
5.0

16

4.4

4.2

4.0

4.2

4.5

5.3

6.0

7.5

8.3

9.4

102

10.3

10.5

13.7

15.7

17
18

4.5
5.0

4.4

4.4

5.5

4.9
6.3

5.2
7.4

5.9
7.4

7.4
8.0

7.9
7.9

8.5
8.1

8.4
8.7

8.4

5.2

4.7
5.8

10.5

8.9
10.1

9.4
9.5

11.5
9.6

19

518.5

526.9

537.7

553.0

563.6

588.2

616.7

647.6

659.0

686.0

703.2

7172

725.6

755.8

777.9

20
21
22

301.9
213.7
79.0

305.8
216.1
81.0

312.1
219.8
83.3

316.3
221.0
86.6

319.2
221.4
89.3

331.0
229.6
93.1

346.5
241.9
96.3

359.1
252.1
98.0

364.5
258.9
96.5

380.7
270.4
101.5

389.7
278.0
103.3

397.5
283.6
105.8

399.2
286.5
105.2

411.9
293.2
111.3

412.6

23

9.2

8.7

9.0

8.7

8.5

8.3

8.3

9.0

9.2

8.8

8.5

8.1

7.5

7.4

116.3
7.3

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages (8)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (9).
Other alcoholic beverages (10)

24
25

270.3
14.8

274.1
15.0

279.8
15.2

282.6

284.8
16.4

295.5
17.1

309.9
17.5

320.6
18.5

325.7
19.1

340.0
20.6

347.6
22.5

353.1
24.5

353.6
26.6

363.8
28.0

361.5
29.6

26

16.8

16.7

17.0

17.6

18.1

18.5

19.1

20.1

19.8

20.0

19.7

20.0

19.0

20.1

21.4

Clothing and shoes
Shoes (12)
Women's and children's clothing and accessories
except shoes (14).
Men's and boys' clothing and accessories except
shoes (15+16).

27
28
29

585
11.5
28.5

58.7
11.6
28.9

59.8
11.6
29.7

62.4
11.9
31.4

63.6
11.9
32.3

68.5
12.8
34.8

71.5
13.1
36.3

76.3
13.7
38.7

76.9
13.9
38.3

80.2
14.6
39.9

81.9
15.2
40.7

81.0
14.4
41.0

84.6
14.6
43.4

90.4
15.5
45.9

96.9
16.4
49.4

30

18.2

18.3

18.5

19.1

19.3

20.9

22.1

23.9

24.7

25.7

26.0

25.6

26.5

29.0

31.1

Gasoline and oil (75)

31

38.1

39.4

39.8

41.5

42.8

45.1

47.3

50.2

51.8

55.5

59.2

62.9

65.9

68.6

72.1

Fuel oil and coal (40)

32

22.6

21.7

20.6

20.6

21.6

22.5

23.5

24.2

24.2

23.0

21.8

20.2

19.5

21.5

23.3

Other
Tobacco products (7)
Toilet articles and preparations (21)
Semidurable house furnishings (33)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and miscellaneous household supplies and paper products (34).
Drug preparations and sundries (45)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (89)
Stationery and writing supplies (35)
Net foreign remittances (109 less 111)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (88) ....
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (93)

33
34
35
36
37

97.7
31.1
8.1
7.9
12.8

101.3
31.6
9.0
8.0
13.8

105.3
32.6
10.0
8.4
15.4

112.2
32.7
10.9

116.4
32.9
11.5

9.2

9.5

17.0

18.0

121.0
32.5
12.4
10.4
19.6

127.9
33.3
13.5
11.1
21.2

137.7
33.3
15.1
12.1
232

141.5
33.6
16.0
12.4
23.7

146.7
33.4
16.9
12.8
24.8

150.6
32.9
17.2
12.5
25.8

155.6
33.5
17.8
12.2
26.4

156.4
33.7
18.0
12.1
25.9

163.4
34.4
18.8
12.6
27.2

172.9
36.4
20.6
13.7
29.8

38
39

9.9
5.0

13.5
5.8
3.7
6.6
10.5

14.4
62
3.9

192
9.0
5.2

26.7
10.9

8.9

10.8

1.9

2.1

2.4

2.8

2.9

11.0
3.4

12.5
3.8

9.2
12.4
4.0

12.6
4.1

23.5
9.5
5.7
9.8
13.2

24.6

5.0
8.4
12.5
3.8

17.4
8.4
4.8

20.8
9.3

4.2
6.9
10.6

15.5
7.2
4.3

10.1

12.2
5.4
3.5
6.5
9.4
2.1

16.2

3.4
7.4

10.9
5.1
3.5
7.1
10.2

14.9

40
41
42
43

13.9
4.5

28.8
12.2
6.0
6.0
15.0
4.6

Nondurable goods
Food
Food purchased for off-premise consumption (3) ..
Purchased meals and beverages (4)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
and food produced and consumed on farms
(5+6).

11
12

162

6.3

6.7

7.3

8.1

8.9
7.1

8.2

5.8
9.6

9.1

9.8
52
9.7

4.0

13.3
4.1

5.7
8.7

289.0

44

546.0

568.5

591.3

620.0

648.0

688.3

724.1

7602

796.2

837.0

8772

912.5

946.7

997.4

1,0422

Housing
Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent
(24).
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent (25)
Rental value of farm dwellings (26)
Other (27)

45
46

159.8
100.7

168.1
106.8

176.0
112.2

185.8
119.0

194.4
124.6

203.5
130.6

214.6
138.0

224.4
144.6

234.5
151.4

246.0
158.7

259.1
167.8

269.3
174.4

280.9
1832

295.9
193.8

310.8
203.9

47

44.2
8.3
6.7

46.1

48.5

51.2

53.8

56.5

59.7

62.4

72.5

8.1
7.4

8.0
8.0

7.9
8.4

7.8
9.2

7.8
9.7

7.6

7.5

10.8

11.3

75.1
8.0
11.7

78.6

8.2
7.0

64.9
7.7
10.5

68.9

8.3
6.9

11.3

82.3
7.5
12.3

86.3
7.4
13.2

Household operation
Electricity (37)
Gas (38)
Water and other sanitary servicesi (39) " "
Telephone and telegraph (41)
Domestic service (42)
Other (43)

50

75.0
17.6
16.8

81.2
19.6
18.7

101.4
26.2
23.5

10.9
15.3
10.4

92.6
23.3
21.8
9.4
11.8
15.1
11.2

96.8
24.6
22.6

15.6
10.0

85.2
20.9
20.0
8.2
10.1
15.5
10.4

88.4
21.9
20.9

9.4

78.5
18.7
17.6
7.4
9.0
16.1
9.8

110.1
29.6
25.4
10.3
16.9
13.4
14.4

115.3
31.4
26.6
11.0
18.6
12.7
15.0

118.9
33.3
27.0
11.7
19.9
11.9
15.1

120.8
34.6
27.3
11.9
20.8
11.3
14.9

126.8
36.6
28.3
12.9
22.2
11.0
15.7

132.0
39.0
27.5
13.6
24.6
10.7
16.6

45.4
29.8
23.3

46.7
31.2
24.4

47.0
32.0
25.1

48.7
33.7
26.4

50.5
35.5
27.9

53.0
37.4
29.4

6.9
9.5
6.9
2.6
5.5
1.3
1.7
2.3
.2

7.3
9.3
6.7
2.5
5.7
1.3
1.7
2.6
.2

7.6

8.0
8.8
6.4

Services

........

Transportation
User-operated transportation
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (74).
Other user-operated transportation (76+77)
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (79)
Taxicab(80)
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway (82)
Bus (83)
Airline (84)
Other (85)
See note at end of table.




48
49

51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

6.7
8.5
16.0

60

6.6

6.8

61

10.1

10.1

62
63
64
65
66
67
68

12
2.8
5.5
1.5
1.8
2.0
.2

7.2
2.9
5.5
1.4
1.7
2.2
.2

7.7
9.6

9.0

9.1

6.6
2.5
5.9
1.2
1.6
2.9
.2

2.4
6.8
1.3
1.9
3.4
2

7.8

9.8

9.9

13.0
14.6

122

14.4
14.0
13.4

106.2
27.7
24.6
9.9
15.5
14.1
14.3

55.4
39.1
30.8

58.6
41.5
32.5

62.0
43.8
33.9

65.4
46.0
35.5

68.9
48.0
37.3

71.0
50.3
39.3

73.6
52.6
41.2

77.8
55.2
42.9

79.6
55.9
42.8

8.3
8.7
6.3
2.4
7.6
1.3
2.0
4.0
.3

9.0

9.9

10.5

8.6
6.2
2.4
8.6
1.3
2.3
4.6
.3

8.4
6.0
2.4
9.7
1.2
2.4
5.6
.5

8.7
5.8
2.8

10.8
9.0
5.8
3.2
11.9
.9
2.3
8.1
.6

11.1
8.8

11.3
8.9

5.3
3.5

5.1
3.9

11.9

12.1

12.4
9.0
4.9
4.1
13.6

.8
2.3
8.1
.7

.7
2.2
8.5
.7

.8
2.1
9.8
.8

13.1
9.0
4.9
4.0
14.8
.8
2.2
10.8
1.0

10.8

1.1
2.3
6.8
.6

76

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.7.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1970

1971

1972

1973

Services—Continued
Medical care
Physicians (47)
Dentists (48)
Other professional services (49)
Hospitals and nursing homes (50)
Health insurance (56)
Other
Personal care
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and
shoes (17).
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs
(22).
Other (19)
Personal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling
(61).
Bank service charges, trust services, and safe
deposit box rental (62).
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers
and private noninsured pension plans (63)..
Expense of handling life insurance (64)
Legal services (65)
Funeral and burial expenses (66)
Other (67)
Recreation
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
(94).
Other(92+98+99+100+101)
Education and research
Higher education (103)
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools
(104).
Other (105)
Religious and welfare activities (106)
Net foreign travel
Foreign travel by U.S. residents (108)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (110).
See note at end of table.




92

110.2
36.7
10.5
9.3
44.0
9.8

117.1
382
10.4
10.7
47.5
10.2

129.8
44.0
11.8
12.5
50.7
10.9

135.8
44.4
12.1
13.9
53.9
11.5

142.3
44.5
12.4
142
59.5
11.8

148.1
46.0
13.3
11.3
66.0
11.6

159.5
47.4
13.8
11.8
74.0
12.4

171.3
50.3
15.0
11.1
81.8
13.1

180.7
52.7
16.0
11.0
87.1
13.9

193.7
54.0
15.9
10.9
98.6
14.2

207.0
56.9
16.7
11.7
106.6
15.1

222.4
612
19.0
13.7
112.6
15.9

1852
28.1
14.3

1902
29.1
14.4

197.7
292
14.3

209.4
30.6
14.8

221.5
31.9
152

233.5
33.5
15.3

245.4
34.3
15.1

256.0
35.1
15.3

262.6
34.7
15.1

272.6
34.5
14.5

277.8
33.0
13.6

289.9
34.0
13.8

297.5
33.7
13.0

11.0

11.8

12.7

13.3

13.8

15.1

1.9
80.8
6.5

2.1
85.7
8.8

2.1
85.8
6.9

22
89.2
6.5

2.5
93.9
7.3

2.8
99.8
8.9

3.1
104.6

3.6

3.7

3.8

3.9

4.2

4.7

95.0
33.6
9.5
5.9
37.2
8.7

34.2
9.7
6.9
38.7
8.9

170.8
272
14.7

176.7
27.3
14.4

10.8
1.8
78.7
7.5
3.5
27.4

87

28.7

102.0
34.4
10.1
7.8
40.5

29.3

29.8

31.6

16.0

15.7

162

15.6

16.1

15.8

3.5
109.1
12.0

3.8
113.3
11.5

3.9
115.7

3.8
119.5
7.1

3.8
121.5

42
125.3

4.9
130.2

7.5

7.4

6.0

5.6

5.8

6.9

7.5

8.1

9.7

92

5.1
33.4

34.3

6.6
6.3

37.4

39.6

452
46.6

48.3

50.5

15.3
14.1
6.7
4.3
23.0
8.3

16.7
14.0
6.9
4.5
24.1
8.1

16.8
15.6
6.9
4.5
25.0
7.9

172
16.2
7.1
4.8
26.2
7.8

17.6
17.4
7.3
4.8
27.1
7.7

19.1
17.5
7.3
5.2
28.0
7.5

20.7
18.0
7.5
5.6
28.6
7.8

20.7
19.7
7.7
6.1
29.9
7.9

20.1
19.7
7.8
6.5
30.5
7.8

21.0
20.0
82
7.2
32.3
8.2

21.4
20.3
8.2
7.9
33.9
82

22.6
21.7
8.2
8.1
35.1
8.2

22.0
22.1
8.3
8.0
36.3
8.3

22.8
22.2
8.5
8.7
38.1
8.1

24.7
23.4
8.4
9.1
41.2
7.7

14.8
19.7
9.8
6.5

16.0
20.9
10.3
7.0

17.2
22.1
11.1
7.7

18.4
23.5
11.8
8.3

19.4
25.1
12.5
8.9

20.4
27.0
13.8
9.3

20.9
29.5
15.8
9.7

21.9
32.3
17.3
10.2

22.8
342
18.1
10.4

24.1
372
19.3
11.1

25.7
39.4
20.6
11.5

26.9
41.6
22.4
11.7

28.0
43.6
23.9
12.1

30.0
45.6
25.0
12.6

33.4
46.7
25.8
12.6

3.4
19.3
2.9
7.0
4.2

3.6
20.1
3.5
7.8
4.3

3.4
20.9
3.4
7.8
4.5

3.5
21.6
4.0
8.4
4.4

3.7
22.6
4.5
9.0
4.6

3.9
25.9
4.1
9.3
5.2

4.1
27.4
4.3
10.0
5.7

4.9
29.2
4.1
10.4
6.3

5.7
31.5
5.9
12.3
6.4

6.8
33.2
4.9
11.6
6.7

7.3
33.5
5.4
12.8
7.4

7.5
35.4
6.5
14.4
7.9

7.6
37.6
5.8
142
8.4

8.0
40.3
6.5
15.7
9.1

8.4
40.9
4.8
15.2
10.4

35.6

42.3

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8

77

Table 2.7.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1

2,053.8

2,0975

2207.3

2,296.6

2,391.8

2,448.4

2,447.1

2,476.9

2,503.7

2,619.4

2,746.1

2,865.8

2,969.1

3,0522

3,162.4

2

2272

226.8

256.4

280.0

292.9

289.0

262.7

264.6

262.5

297.7

3385

370.1

402.0

403.7

428.7

Motor vehicles and parts
New autos (70)
Net purchases of used autos (71)
Other motor vehicles (72)
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (73)

3
4
5
6
7

102.2
53.5
20.6
12.6
15.6

102.9
53.3
20.3
13.9
15.5

124.6
65.2
22.8
20.4
16.1

137.3
72.2
22.6
25.4
17.1

141.5
73.3
22.6
28.6
17.0

130.5
69.0
21.9
23.1
16.5

111.4
60.2
20.8
15.2
15.3

113.5
62.0
21.0
15.4
15.0

115.6
62.7
20.3
18.2
14.5

138.1
75.8
21.1
24.9
16.2

160.3
86.4
25.0
31.3
17.5

180.2
94.5
27.9
39.6
18.3

193.3
103.9
29.4
41.4
18.6

183.5
93.5
28.2
43.0
18.8

194.8
99.1
30.5
44.9
20.3

Furniture and household equipment
Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings

8
9

81.9
22.0

79.1
20.9

842
22.1

91.4
24.7

96.6
26.0

101.3
27.4

98.5
25.8

97.7
25.4

94.2
23.6

104.3
25.9

115.3
28.7

123.8
29.9

136.3
32.1

144.0
33.0

155.4
33.0

10
11
12

16.5
10.4

15.2
13.2

15.7
10.4
14.4

16.7
11.2
15.2

17.0
12.4
16.1

17.6
12.8
17.3

17.1
12.8
17.6

16.6
13.0
18.1

15.3
13.5
18.2

16.6
13.9
22.2

182

122

14.7
25.5

20.3
15.1
29.7

22.0
15.5
35.4

22.7
15.1
39.0

24.1
16.1
45.5

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods

Kitchen and other household appliances (30)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (31)
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (91).
Other durable house furnishings (32)

9.7

13

20.8

20.1

21.6

23.5

25.1

26.3

25.3

24.6

23.7

25.7

28.1

28.8

31.4

34.2

36.8

14
15

43.1

44.8

47.7

51.3

54.8

57.2

52.8

53.4

52.7

55.3

62.9

66.1

72.4

5.1

5.2

5.2

5.3

5.5

5.7

5.6

5.5

5.7

5.9

6.6

7.1

7.7

762
8.1

78.5
8.8

16

15.6

16.6

182

19.8

21.1

23.3

20.2

20.2

19.5

19.7

23.4

24.4

26.3

28.3

28.9

17
18

12.6

13.6

16.0

17.6

18.8

16.8

9.8

9.3

8.2

8.5

9.5

18.2
10.0

17.2
10.5

17.2
10.3

18.9
10.7

21.5
11.6

23.2
11.4

26.7
11.7

26.9
13.0

26.7
14.1

19

759.8

767.1

801.3

819.8

844.8

862.8

860.5

867.9

8722

900.3

934.6

958.7

991.0

1,011.1

1,035.1

20
21
22
23

404.7
281.5
115.0

413.2
286.0
118.7

431.9
299.6
123.3

441.5
304.7
128.0

442.8
302.7
131.4

448.0
305.7
133.5

448.8
307.5
132.3

446.6
304.9132.5

451.4
308.1
134.2

463.4
315.6
138.7

472.3
320.7
142.4

483.0
329.5
144.1

494.1
334.6
149.9

500.7
333.0
158.1

8.3

8.5

9.0

8.7

8.7

8.9

9.0

9.1

9.1

9.1

9.3

9.4

9.6

9.6

513.4
339.0
164.6
9.8

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages (8)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (9).
Other alcoholic beverages (10)

24
25

352.8
30.7

360.5
31.3

377.4
32.6

383.9
34.6

384.0
35.5

387.2
37.0

387.0
38.1

384.9
38.5

389.8
39.4

401.4
40.0

410.8
39.6

420.6
40.9

431.1
41.5

438.6
40.7

451.0
40.8

26

21.2

21.4

21.9

23.0

23.3

23.8

23.7

232

22.2

22.0

21.8

21.5

21.5

21.5

21.7

Clothing and shoes
Shoes (12)
Women's and children's clothing and accessories
except shoes (14).
Men's and boys' clothing and accessories except
shoes (15+16).

27
28
29

95.4
15.6
49.3

98.5
15.6
51.4

1032
16.1
54.3

108.7
17.0
57.1

119.0
18.8
62.9

124.1
19.7
65.7

126.0
19.9
67.2

132.8
21.0
71.7

133.7
20.3
73.6

142.4
21.4
79.1

153.1
22.4
86.1

158.8
23.4
89.4

170.3
25.0
96.9

174.5
25.8
98.0

178.9
26.2
100.6

30

30.5

31.5

32.9

34.7

37.4

38.7

38.9

40.1

39.8

41.9

44.7

46.1

48.4

50.7

52.0

Gasoline and oil (75)

31

68.6

70.6

73.4

75.7

77.4

76.4

72.0

73.2

73.9

75.7

77.9

79.2

82.9

84.7

86.1

Fuel oil and coal (40)

32

18.4

18.1

20.3

19.6

19.5

18.1

14.0

11.8

10.9

11.1

112

11.5

12.1

12.0

12.0

Other
Tobacco products (7)
Toilet articles and preparations (21)
Semidurable house furnishings (33)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and miscellaneous household supplies and paper products (34).
Drug preparations and sundries (45)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (89)
Stationery and writing supplies (35)
Net foreign remittances (109 less 111)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (88) ....
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (93)

33
34
35
36
37

172.6
36.9
20.7
12.9
28.5

166.7
36.8
20.1
12.7
25.1

172.5
39.4
20.9
25.0

174.3
38.0
22.0
13.8
24.9

186.2
38.8
23.2
14.3
27.4

196.3
38.4
24.1
14.8
30.0

199.6
38.7
24.1
14.9
31.2

203.6
39.2
23.9
15.4
31.8

202.3
37.6
23.2
14.9
32.3

207.8
36.7
24.1
15.3
34.0

220.0
36.6
25.9
16.3
37.0

226.2
36.4
27.0
16.7
38.8

231.7
35.4
28.3
17.9
41.1

239.1
35.0
29.9
17.9
42.8

244.7
33.2
30.7
19.3
44.2

38
39
40
41
42
43

30.3
12.9

30.5
13.3

31.5
14.4

32.0
15.4

34.3
16.8

372
17.7

38.8
17.4

39.7
17.9

39.6
18.3

41.3
19.4

43.1
21.3

44.3
22.3

45.8
23.6

47.5
25.5

5.3
4.8

5.2
3.8

5.4
3.2

5.7
2.8

6.6
2.7

6.9
2.7

7.2
3.0

7.5
4.0

7.5
5.1

7.6
5.6

8.2
6.4

8.4
7.5

8.7
5.3

9.3
3.7

15.3

14.4

14.7

15.1

16.7

18.5

18.4

18.1

17.5

17.5

18.5

17.9

18.0

18.8

47.7
262
10.0
4.4
19.9

4.9

4.7

5.0

4.6

5.5

5.9

5.9

6.1

62

6.4

6.9

7.0

7.6

8.5

9.2

44

1,066.8

1,103.6

1,1495

1,196.8

1254.1

1,296.5

1,323.9

1,344.4

1,368.9

1,421.4

1,473.0

1,537.0

1,576.1

1,637.4

1,698.5

Housing
Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent
(24).
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent (25)
Rental value of farm dwellings (26)
Other (27)

45
46

326.9
217.7

336.5
224.8

346.7
231.9

355.4
238.6

372.9
254.1

387.9
267.8

399.4
278.7

407.3
284.3

409.6
2862

415.5
289.4

426.8
297.4

435.9
301.3

442.1
304.6

452.5
311.8

461.8
317.6

47
48
49

88.4

90.2

92.4

94.0

95.7

96.7

98.2

101.2

102.4

104.3

107.1

112.2

114.9

117.3

7.3

7.2

7.0

6.9

6.7

6.5

6.3

6.0

5.5

5.4

5.4

4.9

14.3

15.4

15.9

16.3

16.9

16.3

15.8

15.5

16.4

16.9

5.3
172

5.1

13.5

17.5

18.5

120.6
4.7
18.8

Household operation
Electricity (37)
Gas (38)
Water and other sanitary services (39)
Telephone and telegraph (41)
Domestic service (42)
,
Other (43)

50
51
52
53
54
55
56

132.5
39.9
27.0
14.2
25.9

138.1
42.5
27.9
14.4
28.6

143.9
44.6
28.3

151.0
48.6
27.4
14.2

158.0
50.7
28.1
14.5
36.3

162.9
51.7

167.1
54.0
27.6

15.4
39.3

41.1

165.6
53.6
26.7
16.1
41.8

166.7
54.0
27.2
16.0
43.0

169.4
57.4
26.3
16.6
41.8

173.7
57.9
26.4
17.4
42.2

179.1
59.9
26.7
18.4
43.4

180.8
60.4

111

187.8
63.0
25.4
19.9
47.4

9.3

8.7

9.0

9.4

8.2

12

6.7

6.9

7.0

8.0

8.0

16.2

15.9

16.9

18.3

19.0

20.7

21.0

20.7

19.6

20.3

21.8

22.7

23.5

23.8

196.9
65.5
272
20.6
50.9
8.8
24.0

Transportation
User-operated transportation
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (74).
Other user-operated transportation (76+77)
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (79)
Taxicab(80)
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway (82)
Bus (83)
Airline (84)
Other (85)

57
58
59

79.9
54.6
41.5

81.4
56.7
43.0

84.4
58.3
44.8

902

92.9
64.4
49.4

96.1
66.1
50.6

91.3
63.9
48.3

88.9
63.8
48.1

87.4
46.1

91.6
65.5
49.4

100.0
72.0
55.9

1092
79.4
63.0

112.6
80.6
63.5

116.6
83.3
65.7

122.5
88.3
70.6

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

13.1

13.7

13.5

15.5

15.6

15.7

16.1

16.0

16.1

16.4

17.0

17.5

9.3
52
4.1

9.4
5.1
4.4

142
9.6
52
4.4

15.0

9.2
5.4
3.9

9.3
5.5
3.8

9.0
5.8
3.2

7.8
5.3
2.5

6.8
4.7
2.1

6.6
4.8
1.8

7.2
4.9
22

7.7
4.8
2.8

8.1
4.9
32

82
5.1
3.2

8.0
5.1
3.0

16.1

15.3

16.8

18.0

19.2

21.1

19.7

18.2

18.6

19.0

20.3

21.6

23.8

25.3

.9
2.3

.8
2.0

.8
2.0

.7
1.9

.6
1.9

.6
2.2

.5
2.4

.5
2.4

.4
2.3

.5
2.0

.5
1.9

.5
1.8

.5
1.4

.5
1.9

11.8

11.5

12.8

14.1

15.3

16.6

15.2

13.9

14.4

14.9

16.4

17.6

20.0

21.0

1.1

1.1

12

1.4

1.5

1.7

1.6

1.4

1.5

1.6

1.6

1.8

1.8

1.9

17.7
8.0
5.3
2.7
26.2
.6
2.1
21.3
22

Other
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances
(46).
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment,
boats, and pleasure aircraft (90).
Jewelry and watches (18)
Books and maps (87)
Nondurable goods
Food
Food purchased for off-premise consumption (3)..
Purchased meals and beverages (4)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
and food produced and consumed on farms
(5+6).

Services

See note at end of table.




132

142
30.9

332
9.3

62.7
48.5

102

162

622

252
19.3
44.1

8.3

8.2

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NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.7.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

Services—Continued

318.3
77.4
24.0
22.0

323.7
77.5
24.0
21.6

157.3
21.9

302.1
72.9
22.4
19.9
164.0
23.0

171.8
23.1

351.2
30.9
10.2

358.7
29.7
9.5

363.9
28.3
8.7

14.7

14.7

14.5

5.7
155.6

5.9
165.4

5.8

Medical care
Physicians (47)
Dentists (48)
Other professional services (49)
Hospitals and nursing homes (50)
Health insurance (56)

231.1
61.9
19.4
14.5
118.5
16.8

243.8
63.7
19.9
15.8
126.1
18.3

255.5
62.9
21.0
17.6
134.7
19.3

267.9
66.0
21.8
18.7
141.5
19.9

279.2
66.9
22.4
19.2

290.9
69.3
22.4
19.9

150.1
20.5

Other
Personal care
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and
shoes (17).
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs
(22).
Other (19)
Personal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling
(61).
Bank service charges, trust services, and safe
deposit box rental (62).
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers
and private noninsured pension plans (63)..
Expense of handling life insurance (64)
Legal services (65)
Funeral and burial expenses (66)
Other (67)
Recreation
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
(94).
Other(92+98+99+100+101)
Education and research
Higher education (103)
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools
(104).
Other (105)
Religious and welfare activities (106)
Net foreign travel
Foreign travel by U.S. residents (108)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (110).

296.5
31.7
11.8

304.0
30.7
11.0

319.0
30.1
10.6

332.2
31.0
10.5

14.0
5.5
148.8

15.2

364.2
26.9
8.0

381.6
25.4
7.4

14.0

13.3

5.6
175.5

5.6

3662
90.3
25.1
32.7
195.1
23.0

384.7
97.5
25.8
36.2

183.8
22.7

353.0
87.9
24.9
30.2
187.4
22.6

201.3
24.0

399.4
1032
26.1
39.0
206.6
24.5

412.4
28.2
7.4

430.7
28.0
7.6

459.8
28.8
7.4

474.4
30.0
7.4

495.7
31.5
7.8

517.9
34.8
8.4

12.6

14.6

14.8

15.4

16.3

17.5

18.9

5.4
183.4

6.2
196.2
12.9

5.7
202.2

6.0
216.3
16.2

6.3
224.6
202

6.3
234.0
22.7

7.5
241.5
20.3

15.9

16.7

17.9

18.5

93.6

92.6

4.8
133.3

5.0
139.4

4.9

5.6

6.6

6.6

6.5

7.0

7.9

11

8.6

8.6

8.0

8.0

8.4

9.0

10.1

11.3

12.6

13.7

170.7

175.2

13.4
14.3
14.8
80.7

862

52.7

57.3

60.0

63.3

67.4

70.4

71.4

68.8

72.5

25.7
23.8
8.3
9.2
44.0
8.3

27.6
23.1
8.1
9.5
46.4
8.4

31.5
23.9
8.6
10.1
49.5
8.3

33.1
24.6
8.9
10.8
52.7

36.0
26.5
8.8
11.9
57.3
10.1

37.8
26.6
8.8
11.7
59.3

9.0

34.9
26.8
9.1
11.7
55.3
10.1

38.7
28.2
8.3
11.5
63.8
10.1

41.4
28.0
7.7
11.5
67.5
10.6

40.4
28.9
7.1
11.8
72.8
10.6

41.9
30.4
7.2
12.2
76.7
10.9

45.0
32.8
7.5
12.7
82.6
10.2

42.3
34.6
7.3
13.4
85.8
10.1

42.0
36.8
7.2
13.9
90.5
10.2

47.5
40.0
7.5
15.0
96.3
10.5

35.7
45.5
25.5
12.2

38.0
46.6
25.5
12.4

41.2
47.5
25.9
12.1

43.6
47.9
26.4
11.8

45.3
50.1
26.9
13.0

47.2
50.9
27.6
13.1

49.4
51.7
28.3
13.5

53.7
52.7
29.2
13.5

56.8
54.0
30.6
13.6

62.2
55.9
31.3
14.1

65.8
57.2
31.7
14.3

72.5
59.6
32.1
15.0

75.7
61.9
32.9
15.2

80.3
64.1
33.8
15.5

85.8
67.8
34.6
16.2

7.8
39.2
2.7
14.0
112

8.7
39.4
1.6
13.7
12.1

9.5
42.2
.8

9.7
43.9

10.2
48.7
.8

10.3
50.5
-0.4
15.0
15.4

9.9
51.3
-2.2
14.7
16.9

9.9
53.3
-7.6
14.8
22.5

9.8
55.8
-4.5
16.5
21.0

10.5
59.4
0
18.8
18.8

11.2
64.2
2.3
27.6
25.2

12.5
67.7
4.7
29.8
25.1

13.7
73.3
-1.1
26.5
27.6

14.8
76.0
-0.4
29.6
30.0

16.9
81.8
-4.3
30.1
34.4

14.4
13.6

1.2
14.9
13.7

NOTE.—See note to table 2.4 for information on discontinuities in estimates of foreign travel by U.S. residents
(line 97) and expenditures in the United States by nonresidents (line 98).
NOTE—The figures in parentheses are the line numbers of the corresponding items in table 2.4.




341.9
83.8
24.3
27.3

177.7
22.9

332.6
80.6
24.3
24.0
181.2
22.5

15.4
14.6

9.9

82.3

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8

79

Table 2.8.—Personal Income by Type of Income
[Billions of dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Wage and salary disbursements
Year and month

Personal income

Commodity-producing
All industries
Total

1959

391.2

259.8

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

4092
426.5
453.4
476.4
510.7

2728
280.5
299.3
314.8
337.7

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971 .
1972
1973
1974

552.9
601.7
646 5
709.9
773.7

Manufactur- Distributive
ing

109.9
1134
114.0
122.2
127.4
136.0

86.9
898
89.9
96.8
100.7
107.3

146.6
161.6
169 0
184.1
200.4

831 0
893.5
980.5
1,098.7
1,205.7

363.7
400.3
4289
471.9
518.3
5515
583.9
638.7
708.7
772.6

115.7
128.2
134.3
146.0
157.7
1584
160.5
175.6
196.6
211.8

1,307.3
1,446.3
1,601.3
1,807.9
2,033.1

814.6
899.5
993.9
1,120.7
1,255.4

277.1
309.7
346.1
392.6
442.1

2,265.4
2 534.7
2,690.9
2,862.5
3,154.6
3,379.8
3,590.4
3,802.0
4,075.9

1,376.6
1 515 6
1,593.3
1,684.7
1,849.8
1,986.5
2,105.4
2,261.2
2,443.0

1959
January
February
March
. .
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

379.7
382.1
385.2
388.2
390.9
393.7
394.3
391.6
392.8
393.7
398.1
403.6

1960
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

.

..

203 7
209.1
228.2
255.9
276.5

65.1
686
69.6
73.3
76.8
82.0
87.9
95.1
101.6
110.8
121.7
131 2
140.4
153.3
170.3
186.8

Service

38.8
41.7
44.4
47.6
50.7
54.9
59.4
65.3
72.0
80.4
90.6
99.4
107.9
119.7
133.9
148.6
163.4
181.6
202.8
233.7
267.7

Government Other labor
and governincome
ment enterprises

Proprietors' income with
Rental ininventory valuation and
come of
capital consumption ad- persons with Personal Personal in- Transfer
terest injustments
capital con- dividend inpayments
come
come
sumption
Farm
Nonfarm
adjustment
12.7
13.4
14.0
15.0
16.1
18.0

22.7

27.0

7.9

25.0
26.9
29.3
32.4
36.1

93
9.7
10.3
11.8
12.6

40.3
44.9
49.5
54.6
60.8
69.2
75.7
81.8
94.1
112.4

13.5
12.1
9.0
8.9
8.4

20.2
20.9
22.1
24.5
25.1
23.5
23.5
25.5
111
29.6
29.2
34.7
39.4
44.2
50.4

28 8
32.8
34.1
36.2
37.9
41.1
45.7
54.6
63.2
70.3

13.2
20.8
21.9
22.1
23.3
18.7
8.7
3.2
4.3

57.1
66.9
67.1
77.8
78.8
87.9
104.7
100.4
108.4

46.0
49.2
52.4
56.3
60.0
64.9

10.6
11.2
11.8
13.0
14.0
15.7

10.7

41.1

14.7

112
11.9
11.9
11.8
10.6

40 6
42.4
44.5
45.9
49.8

153
15.8
16.5
17.1
17.3

69.9
78.3
86.4
96.6
105.5
117.1
126.5
137.4
148.7
160.9

17.8
19.9
21.7
25.2
28.5

12.9
14.0
12.7
12.7
14.4

18.0
18.5
19.4
18.2
18.0

32.5
36.7
43.0
49.2
56.5

176.0
188.6
202.3
219.4
237.3
261.4
285.7
307.5
325.9
347.8
373.9
395.7
421.8
449.0

65.9
79.7
94.7
110.1
124.3
139.8
153.0
165.4
174.6
184.7

14.6
15.2
19.1
32.2
25.5
23.7
18.3
17.1
21.5
24.7

52.1
55.3
58.2
62.4
64.5
65.3
70.9
78.3
84.3
89.8

191.8
200.7
210.4
230.5

11.5
21.2
13.5
2.4
21.3
21.5
22.3
31.3
30.9

97.5
114.6
129.4
146.2
157.0
160.3
159.6
157.3
184.3
214.7
238.4
261.5
279.0
293.4

17.8
18.2
16.8
17.3
15.8

198.1
219.5
242.7
274.9
308.4

471.9
513.7
513.5
525.1
580.8
612.2
628.5
651.8
699.1

211.6
238.0
266.7
300.1
334.9
355.7
3869
384.3
397.7
439.8
461.3
473.8
490.1
524.5

475.9
501.7
536.9
575.3

306.9
348.1
386.5
427.4
475.8
524.5
579.5
650.7
719.6

252.2
253.6
256.1
258.5
260.8
262.3
262.1
260.2
260.3
261.2
263.3
267.2

106.4
107.1
108.8
110.1
111.5
112.3
111.8
109.1
109.1
108.8
110.2
113.2

83.8
84.7
86.1
87.1
88.3
89.0
88.9
86.2
86.5
86.0
86.8
89.8

63.3
63.7
64.1
64.6
65.2
65.5
65.3
65.8
65.5
65.9
66.2
66.6

37.0
37.4
37.7
38.2
38.3
38.5
38.9
39.1
39.3
40.0
40.2
40.5

45.3
45.5
45.5
45.6
45.8
46.0
46.1
46.3
46.3
46.5
46.7
46.8

10.0
10.1
10.2
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
10.8
10.9
10.9
11.0

11.7
11.4
11.1
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.8
9.6
9.6
9.5
10.7
11.8

39.9
40.2
40.6
41.1
41.3
41.6
41.6
41.3
41.6
41.1
41.2
41.2

14.1
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.5
14.7
14.8
14.9
15.0
15.1
15.2
15.2

404.6
404.2
404.2
407.8
409.3
409.7
410.4
410.9
411.9
413.4
413.3
411.0

270.2
270.8
271.2
272.9
273.7
273.5
274 0
273.8
273.9
275.0
273.7
271.1

114.8
115.1
114.5
114.6
114.9
114.1
1137
113.0
112.3
112.6
111.7
109.5

91.4
91.5
91.4
90.9
91.1
90.4
89 9
89.3
88.6
88.8
87.9
86.2

67.4
67.4
68.1
68.8
68.7
69.0
69.1
69.0
68.9
69.6
68.9
68.2

40.6
40.7
40.6
41.2
41.4
41.6
41.8
42.0
42.5
42.5
42.7
42.8

47.4
47.6
48.0
48.3
48.7
48.8
49.4
49.9
50.2
50.4
50.5
50.6

11.0
11.0
11.1
11.1
11.2
11.2
11.2
11.3
11.3
11.4
11.4
11.4

10.9
9.9
9.3
10.7
11.2
11.5
11.4
11.6
11.8
11.9
12.3
12.4

41.2
41.0
40.7
40.9
40.9
40.6
40.6
40.4
40.3
40.5
40.3
40.2

1961
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

414.5
416.6
417.9
418.6
421.8
426.2
428.5
429.2
430.5
434.4
438.8
441.3

273.4
273.4
274.4
275.6
277.3
279.9
281.2
282.5
283.0
285.8
288.9
290.4

110.6
110.3
110.8
111.5
112.6
114.2
114.6
115.4
114.3
116.4
118.2
118.8

86.9
86.9
87.1
87.9
89.0
90.0
90.5
91.2
89.9
91.9
93.5
94.1

68.8
68.7
68.5
68.7
69.0
69.4
69.9
69.7
70.4
70.7
70.9
71.0

43.1
43.3
43.8
43.8
44.1
44.3
44.3
44.7
45.0
45.0
45.6
46.0

50.8
51.1
51.3
51.6
51.6
52.1
52.3
52.7
53.3
53.6
54.3
54.6

11.5
11.5
11.6
11.6
11.7
11.7
11.8
11.9
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.3

12.1
12.1
12.0
11.5
11.3
11.3
11.5
11.7
12.0
12.2
12.5
12.5

1962
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

440.6
443.5
447.1
450.0
451.2
452.7
454.8
456.1
458.5
459.8
462.3
464.2

290.6
293.2
295.9
298.1
298.5
299.5
300.3
300.6
302.5
302.4
304.6
305.6

118.3
119.7
120.9
122.5
122.2
122.2
122.7
122.8
123.7
123.2
124.0
124.0

93.9
94.9
95.9
97.0
96.8
97.1
97.3
97.1
97.9
97.6
98.0
98.1

71.3
71.8
72.8
72.7
73.1
73.4
73.5
73.5
74.1
74.0
74.4
74.8

46.2
46.3
46.7
47.3
47.4
47.6
47.8
47.9
48.1
48.3
48.5
48.8

54.9
55.4
55.6
55.7
55.8
56.4
56.3
56.4
56.6
57.0
57.7
58.0

12.4
12.5
12.7
12.7
12.9
13.0
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
13.6

1963
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

467.9
465.5
467.1
468.8
471.4
475.2
475.9
478.4
481.6
485.3
487.1
492.0

306.4
307.9
309.4
310.2
311.9
314.8
315.0
316.7
318.7
320.9
321.6
324.2

124.5
124.5
124.9
125.4
126.5
127.4
127.9
128.0
129.1
129.6
129.7
130.8

98.6
98.7
99.1
99.2
100.1
100.7
101.1
100.9
101.8
102.3
102.8
103.6

74.4
75.1
75.8
75.8
76.1
77.1
76.7
77.3
77.8
78.0
78.2
78.9

49.2
49.6
49.8
50.0
50.2
50.6
50.7
51.1
51.3
51.7
51.8
522

58.3
58.6
58.8
59.1
59.2
59.8
59.7
60.2
60.5
61.6
61.9
62.2

13.6
13.6
13.6
13.7
13.7
13.8
13.9
14.0
14.2
14.3
14.5
14.6

1975
1976
1977 .
1978
1979

.

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988

.

..

See footnote(s) at end of table.




336.4
368.1
385.8
406.2
445.4

Less: Personal con- Addendum:
tributions for Total nonfarm insocial insurcome 1
ance

123.0
134.6
155.7
184.5
223.2
274.0
336.1
376.8
397.5
461.9

84.6
100.1
111.8
127.9
151.3
190.2
208.3
223.3
241.6
270.7
321.5
365.9
408.1
438.9
452.9

13.3
17.8
20.6
22.9
26.2
27 9
30.7
34.5
42.6
47.9
50.4
55.5
61.2
69.8
81.0

376.7
393 7
410.4
437.0
460.0
495.3
534.9
582.4
628.3
691.4
753.1
809 8
871.5
954.2
1,058.1
1,170.2
1,272.5
1,415.1
1,569.9
1,770.3
1,989.3
2,231.6
2 488.5
2,649.8
2,832.6
3,106.1
3,333.2
3,545.6
3,749.4
4,023.9

498.1
531.7
548.1
583.2

485.9
517.8
542.2
576.7

88.6
104.5
112.3
119.7
132.8
149.1
162.1
173.6
194.5

11.9
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
12.7
12.8
13.0
13.0
13.0
13.0
13.2

21.4
21.6
21.9
22.0
22.2
22.5
22.7
22.9
23.2
23.5
23.8
24.2

26.3
26.7
26.6
26.6
26.5
26.7
26.9
26.8
27.2
27.4
27.9
27.8

7.8
7.8
7.9
7.9
8.0
8.1
8.0
7.9
7.9
7.9
8.0
8.0

364.1
366.8
370.0
373.4
376.2
379.0
379.7
378.3
379.6
380.8
383.8
388.4

15.3
15.2
15.2
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.4
15.4
15.4
15.5
15.5
15.5

13.3
13.3
13.2
13.2
13.3
13.3
13.5
13.6
13.7
13.6
13.6
13.3

24.7
24.8
24.8
24.9
24.8
24.8
25.0
25.1
25.2
25.4
25.5
25.6

27.3
27.5
28.0
28.1
28.2
28.7
28.7
29.1
29.6
29.6
30.2
30.7

9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.3
9.2
9.3
9.3
9.4
9.4
9.3
9.3

389.8
390.1
390.5
392.4
393.5
393.6
394.5
395.0
395.9
397.5
397.0
394.8

41.2
41.3
41.6
41.8
42.2
42.6
42.6
42.8
42.9
43.2
43.5
43.6

15.6
15.6
15.6
15.7
15.7
15.8
15.9
15.9
16.0
16.1
16.1
16.2

13.5
13.6
13.7
13.6
13.7
13.8
13.9
14.0
14.2
14.4
14.5
14.7

25.6
25.8
26.1
26.3
26.5
26.7
27.0
27.2
27.4
27.8
28.0
28.2

31.0
32.7
32.5
32.1
33.0
34.0
34.4
32.9
32.7
32.7
32.9
33.3

9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.6
9.6
9.7
9.7
9.7
9.8
9.8
9.9

398.4
400.5
401.7
402.8
405.9
410.3
412.6
413.2
414.3
418.2
422.3
424.7

12.3
12.0
11.8
11.8
11.6
11.5
11.7
11.7
11.8
12.1
12.2
12.2

43.6
43.8
44.2
44.4
44.6
44.4
44.8
44.9
45.0
44.7
44.9
45.0

16.2
16.2
16.3
16.3
16.3
16.4
16.5
16.6
16.7
16.8
16.9
17.0

14.4
14.7
14.7
15.0
15.0
15.1
15.0
15.2
15.3
15.1
15.0
15.7

27.7
27.7
27.9
28.4
28.9
29.4
29.7
30.0
30.2
30.5
30.8
31.0

33.5
33.5
33.9
33.6
33.6
33.7
34.0
34.3
34.1
35.1
34.8
34.7

10.1
10.2
10.3
10.3
10.3
10.3
10.3
10.3
10.4
10.4
10.5
10.5

424.1
426.8
430.5
433.3
434.7
436.5
438.5
439.8
442.3
443.6
445.9
447.8

12.0
12.0
11.8
11.7
11.5
11.4
11.4
11.6
11.9
12.0
12.2
12.1

45.0
44.9
45.0
45.3
45.4
45.6
45.8
46.0
46.4
46.7
46.8
47.3

17.0
17.0
17.0
17.2
17.2
17.2
17.1
17.0
17.0
17.1
17.2
17.3

15.7
15.7
15.6
15.7
16.0
16.2
16.2
16.1
16.2
16.3
16.5
17.0

31.0
30.9
31.1
31.3
31.7
32.1
32.4
32.8
33.2
33.6
33.9
34.3

38.8
35.1
35.3
35.4
35.6
35.9
35.8
36.0
36.1
36.4
36.4
37.2

11.6
11.6
11.6
11.6
11.7
11.8
11.8
11.8
11.9
11.9
12.0
12.1

451.6
449.0
450.5
452.2
455.0
458.9
459.4
461.9
465.0
469.0
471.1
476.2

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

80

Table 2.8.—Personal Income by Type of Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Wage and salary disbursements
Year and month

Personal income

Commodity-producing
All industries
Total

1964
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Manufactur- Distributive
ing

Service

Government Other labor
and governincome
ment enterprises

Proprietors' income with Rental ininventory valuation and
come of
capital consumption ad- persons with Personal Personal in- Transfer
justments
capital con- dividend in- terest inpayments
come
come
sumption
adjustment
Farm
Nonfarm

Less: Per- Addendum:
sonal con- Total nontributions for farm insocial insurcome1
ance

494.7
497.0
499.4
502.8
505.9
508.5
511.6
515.7
518.8
519.8
523.8
530.0

325.0
329.0
330.6
332.8
334.9
336.8
338.5
341.8
343.5
343.6
346.4
350.3

130.2
132.4
133.3
134.5
135.0
135.6
136.5
137.6
138.6
137.1
139.1
141.5

103.3
104.4
105.2
106.1
106.5
106.9
107.7
108.7
109.8
107.5
109.7
111.7

792
80.0
80.2
80.5
81.4
81.8
82.3
83.1
83.0
83.7
84.0
85.1

52.9
53.5
53.7
54.1
54.4
54.7
55.0
55.3
55.7
56.0
56.6
56.6

62.8
63.1
63.4
63.6
64.1
64.6
64.6
65.7
66.1
66.7
66.7
67.1

14.8
15.0
15.1
15.3
15.5
15.6
15.8
16.0
16.1
16.3
16.5
16.7

11.1
10.7
10.2
10.1
10.1
9.9
10.0
10.2
10.5
11.3
11.8
11.9

48.0
48.5
48.9
49.5
49.8
50.0
50.3
50.5
50.8
50.3
50.6
50.9

17.3
17.4
17.4
17.4
17.3
17.3
17.3
17.3
17.3
17.3
17.3
17.4

17.1
17.3
17.4
17.5
17.8
18.0
18.2
18.1
18.3
18.5
18.7
19.1

34.4
34.6
34.9
35.2
35.6
35.9
36.3
36.7
37.0
37.2
37.4
37.9

39.1
37.0
37.2
37.5
37.5
37.6
37.8
37.9
38.1
38.1
38.0
38.6

12.2
12.3
12.4
12.4
12.5
12.5
12.6
12.7
12.7
12.7
12.8
12.9

479.5
482.0
484.5
487.6
490.5
493.2
496.2
500.4
503.6
504.0
508.1
514.0

« :
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

534.1
533.8
536.5
5402
545.1
5492
552.5
554.7
569.9
567.7
573.1
577.9

351.0
352.8
354.5
356.3
359.4
360.8
363.5
365.9
369.1
373.8
377.1
380.3

141.9
143.2
143.6
143.5
145.0
146.1
146.4
147.1
147.9
149.8
151.3
153.1

112.1
112.8
113.5
113.5
114.2
115.0
115.9
116.2
116.8
118.2
119.4
120.5

85.1
85.4
85.9
86.7
87.3
86.9
87.8
88.5
89.0
902
90.5
91.1

56.8
56.8
57.3
57.9
58.7
59.0
59.7
60.1
60.8
61.6
62.2
62.3

672
67.4
67.6
682
68.4
68.9
69.6
702
71.5
72.3
73.1
73.9

16.8
17.0
17.2
17.4
17.6
17.7
17.9
18.1
18.3
18.5
18.6
18.8

12.3
11.9
11.5
11.8
12.7
13.8
13.3
13.1
13.4
13.6
14.0
142

50.7
50.9
51.4
51.5
51.7
51.8
52.2
52.1
52.3
53.1
53.7
54.0

17.5
17.6
17.8
17.9
18.1
18.1
18.1
18.1
182
18.2
18.3
18.3

19.0
19.1
19.2
19.4
19.7
20.4
20.3
20.5
20.8
21.0
21.3
21.6

38.4
38.8
39.1
39.6
40.0
40.4
40.7
41.0
41.3
41.4
41.6
41.9

41.2
38.7
39.0
39.4
39.3
39.5
39.8
39.4
50.0
41.6
42.2
42.6

13.0
13.0
13.1
13.1
13.2
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
13.6
13.7
13.8

517.3
517.0
520.0
522.9
526.8
529.7
533.7
536.4
551.6
549.4
554.8
559.4

1966
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

579.8
584.8
588.4
590.6
5932
598.1
601.7
607.5
6132
617.3
622.4
623.7

382.4
385.9
388.8
392.7
395.4
399.5
403.5
406.4
408.4
411.7
413.6
415.0

153.7
156.2
157.8
159.4
160.2
162.2
162.4
164.1
165.0
165.8
166.3
166.2

121.6
123.5
124.6
126.3
127.0
128.3
128.7
130.4
131.1
132.2
132.5
132.3

91.7
92.1
92.5
93.4
94.2
94.9
96.2
96.0
96.3
97.5
97.8
98.1

62.6
62.7
63.2
63.7
64.2
64.8
65.8
66.5
66.7
67.2
67.6
68.2

74.4
74.9
752
76.1
76.8
77.6
79.1
79.8
80.4
81.2
81.9
82.5

19.0
192
19.4
19.5
19.7
19.9
20.0
20.1
20.1
20.4
20.7
20.9

15.7
15.9
15.2
13.8
13.3
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.7
13.4
13.8
13.7

542
54.6
55.4
54.9
54.7
55.1
55.1
55.6
55.8
55.9
56.3
56.5

18.4
18.5
18.4
18.4
18.3
18.3
18.5
18.6
18.6
18.5
18.5
18.6

21.5
21.5
21.3
21.2
21.0
21.0
20.8
20.8
21.0
21.0
21.0
19.1

42.4
42.7
43.2
43.6
44.1
44.7
45.0
45.4
45.9
46.5
47.1
47.8

43.1
43.6
43.9
43.8
44.0
43.8
43.9
45.7
48.0
48.3
50.0
50.7

17.0
17.1
17.1
17.3
17.3
17.4
182
18.3
18.3
18.4
18.5
18.5

559.6
563.8
567.5
571.1
573.9
578.8
582.7
588.5
594.2
5992
604.3
605.6

1967
January
February
March
April .
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

6292
629.9
634.1
635.1
637.9
642.8
6482
653.2
655.6
657.8
663.8
670.5

418.3
418.1
420.0
421.7
422.7
4262
4292
432.5
434.1
4352
440.4
448.9

167.5
166.0
166.4
166.4
166.4
167.4
168.7
170.7
170.0
170.0
1732
174.9

133.3
132.1
132.5
132.6
132.3
133.0
133.5
135.8
135.0
135.0
137.5
139.1

992
99.5
99.8
1002
100.7
101.4
101.7
102.0
103.1
103.1
103.9
104.6

68.6
70.7
70.8
71.9
72.4
72.8
73.5
73.9
74.4
75.4

83.0
83.4
83.8
84.4
84.9
85.5
86.4
87.0
87.6
88.2
88.9
93.9

21.0
21.0
21.1
21.1
21.2
21.3
21.5
21.8
222
22.3
22.5
22.7

13.2
12.4
12.0
11.7
11.9
12.3
12.6
13.0
13.2
13.4
13.3
13.1

57.1
57.1
57.4
57.3
57.8
58.2
58.7
59.1
59.3
58.8
58.9
59.2

18.8
19.1
19.3
19.5
19.7
19.8
19.8
19.7
19.6
19.5
19.4
19.1

21.1
21.5
21.8
22.1
22.3
22.2
22.6
22.8
22.8
22.7
22.7
20.3

47.9
48.1
48.2
48.6
48.9
49.3
49.5
49.7
50.1
50.7
51.3
51.9

51.4
52.3
54.0
53.4
53.8
54.2
55.0
55.6
55.3
562
56.7
57.0

19.6
19.6
19.8
20.4
20.4
20.6
20.8
20.9
21.0
21.1
21.3
21.7

610.6
612.2
616.6
618.1
620.5
625.1
630.0
634.6
636.9
638.8
644.8
651.8

June
July
August
September
October
November
December

674.9
6822
690.1
695.9
702.3
7079
713.9
719.8
7252
730.4
735.9
739.9

448.9
455.1
458.4
461.5
466.1
469.9
474.5
478.1
4822
485.6
489.8
492.7

175.7
178.8
179.6
180.8
182.7
183.4
184.5
185.3
187.1
188.9
190.7
191.9

1402
142.0
142.4
143.3
145.0
145.9
146.3
146.7
148.1
149.9
151.0
151.7

105.3
106.6
107.6
108.1
109.1
110.7
111.3
112.5
113.6
114.0
1152
115.7

762
77.0
77.6
78.3
792
79.9
80.6
81.5
82.4
832
83.9
84.7

91.8
92.7
93.6
94.4
95.1
95.9
98.1
98.8
99.1
99.5
100.0
100.5

23.2
23.6
24.1
24.4
24.8
25.3
25.6
25.8
26.0
26.3
26.7
27.2

12.8
12.6
12.3
12.1
12.0
12.0
12.0
12.5
13.1
13.4
13.8
13.7

59.8
60.3
61.2
61.5
622
62.6
63.0
63.3
63.6
63.7
63.7
64.0

18.8
18.5
18.3
18.3
18.4
18.3
18.3
18.2
18.1
18.0
17.9
17.8

232
23.4
23.8
24.1
24.4
24.5
24.9
25.1
25.2
25.4
25.5
25.1

52.3
52.6
53.1
53.8
54.4
55.0
54.9
55.2
55.2
55.8
56.0
56.6

57.9
58.2
612
62.7
62.8
63.2
63.7
64.9
65.1
65.7
66.1
66.5

22.0
22.1
22.3
22.6
22.7
22.8
23.0
23.1
23.2
23.3
23.5
23.6

656.3
663.9
672.0
678.0
684.6
690.3
696.1
701.5
706.4
7112
716.3
720.4

1969
January
February
March
April
May
June
. ..
July
August
September
October
November
December

742.1
746.7
7532
758.9
765.0
770.8
777.8
784.3
7892
7942
798.5
803.5

495.5
4982
503.3
5072
511.3
515.5
521.8
526.9
530.3
533.9
536.4
538.9

192.8
193.4
196.1
197.6
198.9
2002
202.0
203.4
204.4
205.3
204.9
206.0

152.3
152.7
154.8
155.4
156.2
157.5
159.0
160.3
160.9
161.5
160.7
161.3

116.0
117.0
118.3
119.3
120.4
121.5
122.1
123.4
124.1
125.1
126.3
127.0

86.0
86.5
87.3
87.9
88.9
90.1
90.8
91.8
92.8
94.1
95.4
95.7

100.8
1012
101.6
102.4
103.0
103.7
107.0
108.3
109.0
109.3
109.7
1102

27.3
27.3
27.3
27.6
27.9
28.2
28.5
28.8
29.1
29.5
29.8
30.2

13.0
12.6
12.7
13.1
13.8
14.2
14.1
14.4
14.9
16.0
17.2
172

64.1
64.6
64.5
64.7
64.9
64.8
64.8
65.1
64.9
64.0
63.6
63.9

17.8
17.9
18.0
182
18.4
18.4
18.3
18.1
18.0
17.9
17.8
17.7

25.0
25.0
25.2
25.1
25.0
25.5
25.1
25.0
25.0
25.0
24.9
25.1

57.4
58.4
59.2
59.6
60.0
60.6
61.1
61.7
62.3
62.6
63.2
64.0

67.4
68.3
68.7

70.5
70.9
71.3
72.1
72.5
73.6

25.4
25.5
25.7
25.8
26.0
26.1
26.4
26.6
26.7
26.8
26.9
27.0

723.2
728.3
734.6
739.6
745.0
750.7
757.4
763.7
768.0
771.8
774.8
780.0

1970
January
February
March
April
May
June ".'. '.
Ju|y
August
September
October
November
December
See footnote(s) at end

804.4
808.0
811.9
830.3
826.3
827.0
833.5
838.6
844.9
845.6
847.7
853.8
of table.

539.9
5422
545.5
550.4
551.9
551.0
5542
5562
557.5
554.3
555.1
559.4

204.9
205.3
206.4
205.0
203.4
204.5
205.4
205.1
202.8
199.7
1992
2032

160.9
160.3
1612
160.1
159.2
159.5
160.1
159.0
157.1
153.6
152.8
156.9

127.6
128.3
1292
128.4
130.3
131.0
1322
133.0
133.1
133.7
134.0
133.8

96.4
96.9
97.3
97.7

111.0
111.8
112.6
119.4
119.8
116.5
1172
118.0
120.7
1192
119.6
120.1

30.5
30.9
31.2
31.5
31.9
32.3
32.7
33.1
33.4
33.8
34.1
34.6

16.4
15.5
14.7
13.8
13.3
13.3
13.8
14.0
14.9
15.0
15.2
14.8

63.8
64.3
64.1
64.4
64.8
64.5
65.3
65.8
66.3
66.5
66.9
67.4

17.6
17.6
17.6
17.7
17.7
17.6
17.4
17.3
17.5
18.0
18.4
18.6

24.7
242
24.0
23.8
23.7
23.4
232
23.0
23.0
23.1
23.1
22.3

64.5
65.3
66.3
66.9
67.5
68.7
70.0
71.1
72.0
72.3
72.5
73.2

74.3
75.4
76.0
89.6
83.3
83.8
85.0
86.2
88.5
90.5
90.5
91.9

27.3
27.4
27.5
27.8
27.8
27.7
28.1
282
28.2
28.0
28.1
28.2

781.5
786.1
790.7
810.0
806.4
806.9
813.1
817.8
823.0
823.7
825.7
832.4

1965
January
February
March

1968
January
February
March ..

My Z Z Z Z !
a




99.5
1002
100.9
101.8
102.3
102.3

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8

81

Table 2.8.—Personal Income by Type of Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Wage and salary disbursements
Year and month

Personal income
All industries

Commodity-producing
Total

1971
January
February
March
April
May

Manufactur- Distributive
ing

Service

Government Other labor
and governincome
ment enterprises

Rental inProprietors' income with
come of
inventory valuation and
capital consumption ad- persons with Personal Personal in- Transfer
capital con- dividend in- terest injustments
payments
come
come
sumption
adjustment
Nonfarm
Farm

Less: Personal con- Addendum:
tributions for Total nonfarm insocial insurcome 1
ance

862.3
865.4
871.1
876.6
882.9
903.9
895.0
902.3
906.6
909.9
918.3
927.9

567.4
570.0
572.8
576.3
581 1
582.6
584.2
589.8
590.0
591.6
595.2
605.5

205.2
204.8
205.4
206.9
209 0
209.3
209.5
209.7
210.2
211.0
211.9
215.8

158.6
158.7
158.6
159.0
160 7
160.8
160.6
160.4
160.4
161.6
162.0
165.1

135.6
136.7
1372
138.3
139.7
1402
140.0
141.9
143.1
142.8
142.9
1462

103.6
104.5
105.7
106.0
106.9
107.1
108.0
108.9
109.6
110.7
111.7
112.3

123.0
123.9
124.5
125.1
125.5
126.0
126.6
129.2
127.1
127.1
128.7
131.1

34.7
34.8
35.0
35.5
35.9
36.5
36.9
37.3
37.7
38.2
38.7
39.2

14.7
14.8
14.5
14.2
14.1
14.2
14.2
14.5
15.1
16.7
18.1
17.7

67.9
67.3
68.6
69.5
70.1
70.7
71.4
71.8
72.3
72.9
74.0
74.5

18.4
17.4
18.2
18.4
18.6
18.6
18.5
18.4
18.2
18.0
17.9
18.0

23.8
23.6
23.3
23.3
23.4
23.5
23.5
23.6
23.6
23.7
23.9
22.5

73.7
74.4
74.9
74.9
75.0
75.3
76.0
76.6
77.0
76.9
77.0
77.4

92.0
93.3
942
94.9
95.5
113.1
101.0
101.3
103.5
102.9
104.5
104.6

30.1
30.2
30.3
30.4
30.6
30.6
30.7
31.0
30.9
30.9
31.0
31.5

840.6
843.9
850.0
855.7
862.3
882.9
874.0
880.9
884.6
886.3
893.4
903.2

1972
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
.. .
September
October
November
December

936.6
946.4
951.9
957.7
963.7
957.7
975.8
988 6
997.4
1 016 5
1,032.3
1,041.0

613.4
620.5
624.0
627.9
630.5
633.9
636.1
6428
648.6
6562
661.9
668.2

218.3
221.1
223.5
224.7
225.9
226.4
226.1
229.3
231.8
234 9
237.4
239.4

166.5
169.5
171.7
172.9
173.6
174.6
174.3
1765
178.4
1807
183.2
185.3

147.1
150.0
150.1
150.6
150.9
152.6
153.0
154.2
155.0
1572
158.5
160.7

113.5
114.4
115.8
117.3
118.0
118.7
120.0
120.9
122.4
124.1
124.7
126.1

134.4
134.9
134.6
135.3
135.8
136.1
137.0
138.4
139.5
140.0
141.4
142.0

39.6
40.3
40.9
41.8
42.4
43.0
43.5
44.1
44.6
45.0
45.4
45.8

16.0
14.5
14.3
15.3
16.6
17.8
18.8
19.4
21.6
22.6
25.4
26.7

75.4
74.9
75.5
76.7
772
74.9
78.5
80.6
79.7
80.8
82.5
83.3

18.5
18.7
18.5
18.0
17.4
7.2
16.9
16.9
17.0
17.3
17.5
17.3

24.6
24.8
24.8
24.9
25.2
25.3
25.7
25.8
25.8
26.0
26.1
26.4

77.7
78.2
78.9
79.5
80.1
81.0
81.9
82.9
84.0
84.6
85.7
87.2

104.9
108.3
109.0
107.6
108.4
108.8
109.5
110.8
110.7
118.9
122.9
121.5

33.5
33.9
33.9
34.0
34.1
34.2
35.1
34.6
34.7
35.0
35.2
35.3

913.6
924.9
930.6
935.4
940.0
933.0
950.0
962.0
968.4
986.5
999.3
1,006.7

1973
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

1 045 7
1,053.7
1,061.9
1,066.3
1,079.5
1,090.0
1,094.7
1,110.2
1,120.6
1,139.0
1,157.7
1,165.1

6761
684.2
689.2
695.3
699.9
705.5
711.4
715.1
721.7
728.5
736.7
740.7

2431
247.0
248.2
250.4
252.4
254.8
257.5
257.8
260.5
263.3
266.6
268.6

187 0
190.4
191.4
193.5
194.5
195.6
197.6
197.8
199.5
202.0
204.2
205.3

161.8
163.9
165.7
166.9
168.3
169.9
170.8
172.4
173.9
175.0
177.2
177.5

127.1
128.4
129.8
131.4
131.9
133.0
134.6
135.4
137.1
137.8
139.5
140.6

144 0
144.9
145.5
146.6
147.2
147.8
148.6
149.6
150.2
152.4
153.4
154.1

46.6
47.1
47.5
47.9
48.3
48.8
49.1
49.8
50.4
50.9
51.5
52.0

24.8
22.3
23.2
25.5
28.5
31.3
27.8
34.2
34.0
41.3
47.4
46.5

85.2
85.6
85.2
82.4
83.0
83.5
84.1
84.0
84.2
84.4
85.0
85.0

16.8
16.4
16.4
14.5
17.4
17.5
172
17.0
17.4
18.3
19.1
19.3

26.3
26.6
26.9
27.3
27.2
27.4
27.5
27.9
28.1
28.3
28.6
29.5

88.5
89.6
90.3
90.2
90.6
91.9
93.6
95.6
97.5
98.6
100.1
102.2

122.6
123.4
124.9
125.1
126.8
126.6
126.8
129.6
130.6
131.9
133.0
133.4

41.3
41.7
41.8
42.0
42.2
42.4
42.8
43.0
43.3
43.3
43.7
43.7

1,013.1
1,023.7
1,030.9
1,033.0
1,042.8
1,050.4
1,058.4
1,067.6
1,077.9
1,088.8
1,1012
1,109.3

1974
January
February
March
April
May
June
Julv
August
September
October
November
December

1,165.7
1,165.3
1,165.4
1 172 7
1,186.8
1,197.2
1 214 2
1,223 7
1,233.8
1,246.8
1,245.7
1,250.6

744.1
748.3
751.8
7566
766.0
774.6
7809
783.3
789.1
795.1
790.6
791.2

268.9
270.6
271.1
2722
275.9
278.1
2786
281.4
282.8
284.2
277.6
276.0

205.4
205.7
206.7
207 7
211.1
213.2
2147
215.9
217.1
218.3
215.0
211.3

179.3
179.8
180.9
183.0
185.3
186.8
188.6
189.2
191.5
192.5
192.4
192.0

141.2
142.4
143.6
144.4
146.7
148.9
149.6
151.1
152.7
153.2
153.8
155.1

154.8
155.5
156.3
157.0
158.1
160.7
164.2
161.6
162.0
165.2
166.8
168.1

52.8
53.2
53.6
54.5
55.2
55.9
56.8
57.6
58.5
59.4
60.2
61.0

40.2
31.8
24.5
21.1
19.1
18.2
19.9
22.7
24.1
27.8
28.8
27.3

85.4
86.3
87.3
87.6
89.5
89.6
91.0
92.2
92.4
92.2
92.0
92.5

19.2
18.7
18.0
15.7
16.9
16.4
16.5
16.2
15.1
13.5
12.2
11.9

29.2
28.9
29.2
29.3
29.6
29.9
29.9
29.8
30.0
29.8
29.7
29.3

103.7
105.6
107.5
109.1
110.5
112.2
113.4
114.9
116.2
117.9
118.5
119.1

137.7
139.3
140.4
146.0
147.8
148.6
154.2
155.4
157.2
160.0
162.4
167.1

46.5
46.8
46.9
47.1
47.6
48.0
48.4
48.5
48.8
49.0
48.7
48.7

1,115.9
1,124.1
1,131.5
1,141.8
1,157.9
1,168.9
1,184.2
1,190.9
1,199.4
1208.6
1,206.5
1,212.8

1975
January
February
March
April
Mav
June
:::::::
July
August
September
October
November
December

1,2520
1,255.1
1,258.2
1,265.1
1 2781
1,310.8
1,307.8
1 326 6
1,339.9
1,355.4
1,364.4
1,373.7

7923
790.1
792.7
793.5
8006
806.3
811.0
8231
829.1
837.8
846.1
852.6

274.6
269.7
269.1
268.6
270.9
272.5
273.7
278.8
282.3
285.1
287.7
2922

207.8
204.8
204.8
205.3
2066
208.0
209.2
2138
216.6
218.6
220.2
223.7

192.7
192.2
192.4
192.4
194.5
196.2
197.5
201.2
201.7
203.8
205.9
207.0

156.3
157.9
159.3
159.4
161.0
162.4
163.3
165.7
166.2
167.9
170.4
170.8

168.8
170.2
171.8
173.1
174.3
175.2
176.4
177.4
178.8
181.1
182.1
182.6

61.3
61.9
62.5
63.2
64.1
65.0
66.1
67.2
68.3
69.4
70.6
71.7

22.7
19.8
18.5
19.2
19.9
21.5
23.6
26.2
28.3
29.3
28.5
26.7

93.7
93.9
92.5
93.6
95.1
96.4
98.0
98.8
100.2
101.4
102.7
104.1

12.6
13.3
13.8
13.9
13.9
13.8
13.7
13.6
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5

29.2
29.1
29.1
28.9
28.8
28.8
28.9
29.1
29.6
29.9
30.3
29.0

119.2
119.8
120.3
120.3
120.9
122.0
123.0
124.2
125.3
126.4
127.0
127.8

170.6
176.8
178.4
182.0
184.6
207.0
193.8
195.2
196.5
199.1
197.6
200.4

49.6
49.4
49.5
49.5
49.8
50.0
50.2
50.7
51.0
51.4
51.8
52.1

1,218.7
1,224.6
1,228.7
1,235.0
1,247.3
1,278.3
1,2732
1,289.3
1,300.4
1,314.7
1,324.4
1,335.2

1976
January
February
March
April
&y
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

1 3921
1,401.9
1 4080
1,417.8
1,426.7
14348
1 4501
1,460.7
1,470.6
1,479.7
1,500.2
1,513.0

864.9
871.7
8762
883.3
890.8
893.3
900.6
909.4
914.6
920.1
930.9
938.0

298.0
300.1
302.2
304.4
306.8
307.3
310.4
313.4
314.6
315.4
320.8
323.1

227.9
230.2
232.1
233.7
235.9
236.7
238.8
241.3
242.2
242.2
246.8
248.6

210.5
212.3
213.3
215.4
217.3
218.0
219.9
222.2
224.5
224.7
227.1
229.1

172.8
174.8
175.4
177.3
179.5
180.4
181.8
184.6
185.6
187.3
189.0
191.0

183.6
184.5
185.4
186.2
187.1
187.7
188.5
1892
189.9
192.7
194.0
194.7

73.1
74.3
75.5
76.7
78.0
79.3
80.5
81.6
82.8
83.9
85.0
86.1

23.9
212
18.8
18.1
17.1
172
17.3
16.8
17.3
17.0
17.1
17.7

107.6
110.4
112.3
112.9
113.4
114.8
114.7
115.0
116.1
117.2
120.1
120.8

13.7
13.7
13.4
13.1
12.7
11.3
11.8
11.4
11.1
11.1
11.0
10.8

31.0
32.0
32.3
33.2
34.4
34.7
35.3
35.7
36.1
36.8
37.4
38.0

128.3
128.7
130.1
131.5
132.9
134.4
134.7
135.5
137.1
138.7
140.6
142.3

203.5
204.1
203.7
203.7
202.5
204.9
210.9
211.3
211.9
211.5
215.0
216.6

53.9
542
54.4
54.7
55.0
55.1
55.6
56.0
562
56.5
57.0
57.3

1,356.2
1,368.5
1,376.8
1,387.1
1,396.8
1,404.6
1,419.7
1,430.8
1,440.1
1,449.4
1,469.7
1,481.8

1977
January
February
March ..
April
May
June
JU|y
August
September
October
November
December

1,519.9
1,535.3
1,548.7
1,563.1
1,575.3
1,586.6
1,611.7
1,628.1
1,640.7
1,651.6
1,671.0
1,683.6

939.3
950.5
959.6
969.8
981.5
990.6
999.5
1,005.4
1,016.8
1,030.5
1,038.5
1,044.7

322.7
328.3
333.3
338.1
342.6
347.6
349.9
351.5
356.0
3592
361.7
361.8

249.4
253.4
256.5
259.7
263.8
267.5
269.5
271.3
273.9
276.3
278.0
281.2

228.6
232.4
234.3
236.8
240.1
241.9
244.6
245.1
248.1
251.3
253.5
256.1

192.4
193.2
194.7
196.6
199.4
200.7
203.0
205.4
208.0
211.5
213.1
215.6

195.6
196.5
197.4
198.3
199.4
200.5
201.9
203.5
204.8
208.4
210.2
211.3

87.9
89.2
90.4
91.4
92.5
93.9
95.4
96.6
97.9
99.3
100.5
101.8

17.8
17.4
17.0
15.9
15.0
15.1
17.9
20.0
18.8
16.4
17.3
16.1

123.1
124.0
124.0
127.5
127.9
126.7
130.8
132.0
131.9
132.0
135.1
137.4

10.7
10.4
10.0
8.5
9.3
9.3
10.0
10.3
9.4
7.8
6.4
6.0

37.6
38.1
38.5
38.7
38.4
39.2
39.8
40.0
40.2
40.5
40.8
41.4

146.3
147.2
148.9
149.9
152.0
154.3
156.4
158.5
160.9
162.1
164.3
167.6

215.9
217.8
219.9
221.5
219.3
218.6
223.5
227.1
227.0
226.0
231.4
231.9

58.7
59.3
59.7
60.2
60.7
61.1
61.6
61.8
62.3
62.9
63.2
63.4

1,488.2
1,503.9
1,517.6
1,533.1
1,546.1
1,557.3
1,579.4
1,593.7
1,607.3
1,620.5
1,639.0
1,652.6

S
Julv
August
September
October
November
December

See footnote(s) at end of table.




82

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.8.-Personal Income by Type of Income-Continued
[Billions of dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Wage and salary disbursements

Year and month

Personal income
All industries

Commodity-producing
Total

1978
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................
April .....................
May .....................

Manufaciur- Distributive
ing

1,691.5
1,709.7
1,735.8
1,765.2
1,783.2
1,802.3
1,821.7
1,839.4
1,855.4
1,880.9
1,895.7
1,913.9

1,050.7
1,061.3
1,077.0
1,096.5
1,104.4
1,118.9
1,128.0
1,136.2
1,147.8
1,165.0
1,175.0
1,187.1

361.8
366.6
374.4
385.0
387.7
392.9
396.8
399.3
403.8
408.8
414.8
419.5

281.1
285.2
290.2
293.6

April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

1,928.0
1,945.9
1,969.9
1,979.1
1,995.0
2,011.3
2,045.4
2,064.9
2,081.1
2,103.7
2,124.9
2,148.3

1,197.5
1,208.0
1,222.5
1,225.5
1,236.3
I,2SO.5
1,260.7
1,268.9
1,281.4
1,291.7
1,304.3
1,317.8

1980
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................
April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

2,178.4
2,191.7
2,201.3
2,198.3
2,202.1
2,217.5
2,252.1
2,279.8
2,313.7
2,353.4
2,382.5
2,413.7

1981
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................
April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............
1982
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................
April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

June ....................

July ......................
August .................
Seplember ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............
1979
January ...............

~~cl,arr.. : : : : : : :

1983
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................
April .....................

May .....................

June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

Service

Government Other labor
and governincome
ment enterprises

Proprietors' income with Rental ininventory valuation and
come of
Personal
capital consumption ad- persons with dividend in- Personal interest injustments
capital concome
come
sumption
Farm
Nonfarm
adjustment

TranSfer
payments

Less: Personal con- Addendum:
tributions for Total nonsocial insur- farm incornel
ance

298.4
301.4
303.2
306.8
310.8
315.6
319.9

257.9
261.1
265.3
268.5
270.8
274.3
275.8
278.4
280.9
285.9
287.8
292.1

218.3
219.8
222.8
227.2
229.1
233.4
236.0
238.0
241.5
245.2
245.8
247.7

212.8
213.8
214.5
215.7
216.9
218.3
219.5
220.5
221.7
225.2
226.6
227.8

103.1
104.6
106.0
107.3
108.6
109.9
111.0
112.1
113.1
114.2
115.3
116.4

16.9
16.7
18.4
21.5
24.2
25.4
24.4
23.1
22.5
21.8
21.2
22.1

135.7
137.8
140.2
144.8
146.1
147.5
145.7
148.9
149.4
153.0
152.4
152.5

7.4
8.5
8.7
7.9
7.4
7.7
9.1
10.3
10.6
10.4
9.9
9.1

41.8
41.7
42.1
42.4
42.7
43.4
43.9
45.0
45.7
46.3
47.1
47.9

169.8
172.5
175.6
178.5
18o.s
182.4
185.2
187.9
191.0
193.7
196.6
199.9

232.9
233.8
235.7
234.9
238.0
236.8
244.4
246.5
246.2
248.2
250.6
251.7

66.7
67.1
67.8
68.6
68.9
69.6
70.2
70.5
71.0
71.8
72.3
72.9

1,659.9
1,678.1
1,702.3
1,728.2
1,743.2
1,760.8
1,780.9
1,799.8
1,816.2
1,842.1
1,857.4
1,874.4

421.9
425.9
432.5
431.6
438.2
442.3
445.5
446.3
451.2
453.2
455.1
461.5

322.2
324.9
328.7
327.2
332.2
335.3
337.6
337.1
340.8
342.4
343.0
347.9

294.6
297.1
300.8
298.6
302.3
307.2
308.6
311.9
315.2
317.4
322.3
324.1

250.9
254.9
257.8
260.8
261.5
285.5
269.7
272.1
275.5
277.1
281.1
285.0

230.1
230.2
231.4
234.6
234.3
235.5
236.9
238.6
239.5
243.9
245.9
247.1

117.6
118.9
120.3
121.1
122.3
123.5
124.9
126.0
127.2
128.6
129.8
131.2

25.1
27.6
28.3
25.7
23.7
23.3
24.8
24.8
25.0
24.6
23.5
20.3

149.5
151.1
153.1
155.1
156.1
156.8
159.0
162.7
161.0
159.5
159.2
161.4

8.7
8.2
7.6
5.7
7.2
7.4
8.1
8.8
6.7
10.0
10.6
11.5

48.2
48.7
49.0
49.4
50.0
50.3
SO.4
50.6
51.1
51.7
52.4
53.2

203.8
207.2
210.8
214.2
216.9
219.1
222.4
226.1
231.0
236.8
242.1
247.5

255.7
254.7
257.6
262.0
262.5
261.0
276.4
278.7
280.1
283.6
286.3
289.5

78.1
78.6
79.4
79.6
80.0
80.7
81.3
81.7
82.3
82.8
83.3
84.0

1,885.2
1,900.2
1,923.3
1,934.9
1,952.6
1,969.0
2,001.5
2,020.7
2,036.3
2,058.9
2,081.0
2,107.6

1,326.0
1,337.5
1,3SO.1
1,348.8
1,352.5
1,360.3
1,363.3
1,380.8
1,394.0
1,419.0
1,437.6
1,449.7

462.7
466.1
466.3
465.2
462.7
462.3
459.7
469.3
475.4
482.8
490.7
496.9

348.8
351.1
353.8
351.1
348.6
347.6
346.4
353.6
358.1
364.1
370.5
375.2

325.7
328.1
331.8
330.4
331.2
332.0
334.3
336.8
340.0
346.1
349.4
351.0

287.7
291.8
296.8
298.1
300.5
306.4
307.8
311.6
314.4
318.1
323.6
326.3

249.8
251.5
253.1
255.1
258.1
259.6
261.5
263.1
264.2
272.0
273.9
275.4

132.8
134.2
135.9
136.8
137.9
139.0
140.2
14T.4
142.7
144.1
145.7
147.3

18.5
15.0
9.1
2.6
.3
-.1
4.5
11.6
18.0
18.6
19.6
20.8

165.0
161.8
157.8
158.1
156.2
158.2
156.9
157.5
160.7
164.0
162.8
164.4

13.5
13.6
13.6
11.0
8.1
8.3
10.4
12.7
14.7
16.0
17.4
18.8

55.2
55.3
56.1
56.4
56.7
57.2
57.3
57.5
57.8
58.1
58.6
59.4

256.5
262.8
268.1
270.0
271.8
272.6
271.8
271.4
272.4
281.0
290.7
298.5

297.6
298.3
297.5
301.1
305.4
309.2
335.8
336.0
343.3
343.6
342.2
347.3

86.7
86.9
86.9
86.4
86.7
87.3
88.0
89.2
89.8
91.1
91.9
92.5

2,139.0
2,155.5
2,170.6
2,174.0
2,179.9
2,195.6
2,225.3
2,245.5
2,272.8
2,311.7
2,339.6
2,369.4

2,433.1
2,452.5
2,476.0
2,484.0
2,494.4
2,514.1
2,556.3
2,585.1
2,599.2
2,601.4
2,610.3
2,609.6

1,464.3
1,472.2
1,483.7
1,491.9
1,498.9
1,510.2
1,520.1
1,535.4
1,542.1
1,552.3
1,558.6
1,557.2

500.1
498.1
503.9
506.7
509.4
514.9
518.9
523.0
522.2
524.4
523.0
519.9

376.8
375.1
379.7
384.5
387.7
389.5
390.6
393.4
392.5
393.4
391.0
388.2

356.1
359.6
361.5
364.6
365.0
367.3
368.8
372.7
375.5
374.1
376.2
375.3

330.9
335.8
338.4
339.6
342.5
344.8
347.9
354.1
355.0
359.5
363.7
365.0

277.3
278.7
279.9
280.9
282.1
283.2
284.5
285.7
289.4
294.3
295.7
297.0

148.1
149.0
149.9
lSO.7
151.0
151.8
153.3
154.4
155.5
156.6
157.6
158.5

21.9
22.8
23.6
23.5
23.2
23.1
23.7
22.6
20.5
18.3
16.1
14.8

166.9
166.5
166.9
16Q.4
158.6
157.0
157.7
158.4
157.7
155.8
156.0
153.5

20.5
21.7
21.7
20.9
19.9
19.3
19.7
20.0
20.6
21.4
22.1
22.1

60.7
62.1
63.2
64.9
66.2
67.5
69.1
69.5
70.0
70.1
70.0
69.5

303.9
309.1
314.0
319.7
322.9
330.7
342.4
354.5
362.5
356.8
356.4
359.8

348.2
350.9
355.4
354.9
356.9
358.4
375.2
375.9
376.5
376.8
380.8
381.3

101.4
101.8
102.4
102.9
103.3
103.9
104.9
105.7
106.1
106.8
107.2
107.1

2,387.6
2,405.8
2,428.4
2,436.1
2,446.6
2,466.2
2,S07.5
2,537.1
2,553.1
2,557.2
2,568.0
2,568.4

2,611.1
2,629,5
2,639.4
2,664.5
2,684,7
2,690.4
2,706.3
2,709.8
2,715.1
2,731.2
2,748.0
2,761.2

1,566.1
1,574.7
1,575.8
1,576.9
1,590.1
1,593.6
1,601.0
1,604.0
1,601.8
1,606.3
1,609.3
1,619.6

519.9

388.3
390.3
388.6
386.1
387.2
387.0
385.3
383.6
381.5
378.3
377.5
378.1

377.9
38o.s
360.2
380.7
385.2
386.0
387.0
389.5
388.1
389.4
390.4
393.9

369.3
372.2
373.7
376.3
381.5
383.9
389.5
393.9
395.5
398.1
400.4
404.4

299.0
300.0
301.5
303.1
304.8
306.6
309.8
308.6
309.6
313.9
315.7
317.3

159.9
161.0
162.1
163.2
164.3
165.2
166.3
167.1
167.9
168.5
169.2
169.9

15.5
15.8
16.1
16.7
16.7
15.2
13.1
11.1
10.4
10.7
10.7
9.3

143.6
144.3
144.6
154.6
157.5
157.1
156.5
158.9
161.3
167.8
169.3
171.8

21.7
21.2
20.7
20.0
19.7
20.2
21.1
22.4
23.8
25.2
25.2
22.0

68.2
67,0
66.4
65.8
65.4
85.2
65.5
66.1
66.9
68.1
69.4
70.8

364.3

520.4
516.8
518.6
517.1
514.7
512.0
508.6
505.0
502.8
504.0

376.1
382.5
385.4
384.7
382.7
378.7
375.9
372.8
372.8
375.2

382.4
386.4
389.0
396.1
397.7
401.4
413.0
414.8
419.9
424.9
435.3
436.4

110.6
111.1
111.2
111.2
112.1
112.3
113.0
113.1
112.9
113.1
113.2
113.7

2,568.9
2,586.7
2,596.1
2,620.3
2,640.3
2,647.2
2,665.0
2,670.6
2,676.6
2,692.3
2,709.3
2,723.8

2,767.4
2,766.8
2,782.4
2,811.3
2,636.2
2,850.7
2,870.2
2,869.6
2,898.5
2,937.2
2,985.5
2,994.8

1,628.7
1,623.8
1,634.6
1,647.5
1,666.3
1,674.8
1,690.5
1,697.3
1,710.3
1,737.9
1,744.6
1,759.5

508.2
506.3
507.5
511.4
515.2
519.8
525.3
528.5
536.9
542.8
547.9
552.0

380.7
381.6
384.0
387.4
391.1
394.3
398.7
400.6
407.4
411.9
416.2
419.1

392.4
389.8
384.8
398.2
402.0
405.3
409.2
406.7
408.8
420.5
421.0
425.8

409.5
408.0
411.6
416.1
422.3
425.5
430.5
431.4
436.2
444.8
444.2
448.4

318.6
319.6
320.7
321.8
326.9
324.2
325.5
330.7
328.4
329.8
331.5
333.3

170.3
170.8
171.3
172.2
173.2
174.1
174.8
175.5
176.5
177.8
179.0
180.2

8.5
9.2
4.9
6.9
1.4
1.4
-4.6
-9.6
-1.3
6.4
13.8

172.1
170.0
170.4
180.7
1822
184.1
191.0
187.0
191.9
191.4
193.5
196.6

24.5
23.3
22.7
23.2
23.5
23.1
22.2
14.4
21.3
21.7
22.2
22.5

72.3
73.9
75.2
76.2
77.4
77.9
78.9
79.8
80.3
80.7
80.7
80.4

376.5
377.7
382.1
383.0
387.1
391.8
398.2
405.7
412.0
416.1
419.0
420.9

431.4
434.4
438.2
438.9
443.7
442.4
438.8
438.3
436.8
435.6
443.2
445.1

116.8
116.3
116.9
117.5
118.6
119.0
119.8
120.3
121.1
122.8
123.2
124.2

2,731.0
2,729.9
2,7SO.0
2,776.8
2,807.4
2,821.9
2,847.5
2,850.4
2,880.6
2,911.0
2,931.6
2,953.5

1,779.8
1,791.1
1,802.7
1,824.7
1,828.8
1,846.9
1,861.1
1,867.7
1,684.6
1,886.6
1,902.8
1,920.6

558.5
565.0
567.7
573.9
576.3
582.1
584.8
588.5
589.5
590.8
594.4
598.4

423.8
428.2
430.7
435.2
435.9
438.9
442.2
444.9
448.2
448.0
450.4
453.2

429.6
430.4
433.3
439.8
439.6
445.3
449.1
448.7
453.8
453.7
459.4
462.1

453.9
456.0
460.5
468.0
468.1
473.1
478.6
479.4
488.5
488.0
493.0
502.1

337.8
339.6
341.2
343.0
344.8
346.5
348.6
351.1
352.9
354.2
356.0
358.0

181.0
181.8
182.4
163.1
163.8
184.5
185.0
185.6
186.3
187.0
188.0
188.1

20.1
33.8
40.1
17.9
14.3
13.5
16.8
16.7
16.6
15.2
16.8
33.8

196.4
207.4
211.7
216.8
215.5
216.5
210.8
220.9
227.1
214.2
217.6
221.1

22.7
22.8
22.7
22.3
22.1
22.5
23.4
24.1
24.6
24.6
24.4
23.7

80.1
79.6
79.3
79.0
78.3
78.0
77.6
77.4
78.3
78.7
79.2
79.9

426.2
432.8
440.0
446.1
453.1
459.9
468.1
476.1
484.5
485.1
485.3
485.9

445.8
446.1
448.3
4SO.8
450.4
452.3
453.3
456.5
455.6
459.4
461.3
454.8

128.7
129.5
130.2
131.5
131.7
132.8
133.5
133.9
134.8
134.8
135.6
136.5

2,975.7
3,004.5
3,029.4
3,064.0
3,072.8
3,100.4
3,118.4
3,147.3
3,179.1
3,174.0
3,196.4
3,211.2

1984
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................
~I .....................

3,023.4
3,065.9
3,097.1
3,109.4
May .....................
3,114.6
June ....................
3,141.2
July ......................
3,162.5
August .................
3,191.2
September ...........
3,222.7
October ...............
3,216.0
November ............
3,239.9
December ............
3,271.6
See footnote(s) at end of table.




522.0

285.4

~.2

370.2

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83

Table 2.8.—Personal Income by Type of Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Wage and salary disbursements
Year and month

Personal in-

Commodity-producing
All industries
Total

1985
January
February
March

Manufacturing

Distributive

Service

Government Other labor
income
and government enterprises

Proprietors' income with
Rental ininventory valuation and
come of
capital consumption ad- persons with Personal Personal in- Transfer
justments
capital con- dividend in- terest inpayments
come
come
sumption
adjustment
Farm
Nonfarm

Less: Personal con- Addendum:
tributions for Total nonfarm insocial insurcome 1
ance

«:::::::
June
July
August
September...
October
November....
December ....

3,2882
3,314.7
3,336.2
3,357.0
3,347.7
3,369.3
3,3812
3,389.9
3,402.7
3,434.0
3,443.9
3,492.2

1,925.6
1,934.8
1,955.3
1,956.8
1,966.6
1,984.9
1,985.1
1,998.2
2,013.3
2,024.7
2,034.1
2,058.7

601.3
600.5
612.4
605.5
608.0
610.4
610.5
614.0
615.5
621.5
620.9
625.4

455.1
452.4
463.7
455.6
457.4
459.6
460.1
462.3
462.5
468.8
467.8
470.7

461.0
464.4
467.6
468.1
472.5
476.8
475.9
478.5
482.8
483.8
486.4
492.6

499.9
504.0
507.7
510.9
515.1
525.0
524.3
529.7
537.4
540.4
5442
555.8

363.4
365.9
367.6
372.4
370.9
372.7
374.3
376.0
377.6
379.0
382.6
384.9

188.3
189.2
190.0
190.7
191.4
192.0
192.5
192.9
193.3
193.6
193.9
194.2

24.4
32.8
26.9
42.9
18.3
16.5
15.5
13.4
14.4
152
15.7
22.5

227.5
229.6
230.2
230.6
233.2
235.4
238.7
240.0
242.3
249.5
251.3
252.0

22.8
21.9
21.5
21.6
21.7
21.6
21.2
20.6
102
17.7
8.7
15.6

81.8
82.9
84.2
85.3
86.4
87.5
88.5
89.6
90.5
91.5
92.8
93.6

488.3
490.8
494.1
494.4
495.7
496.9
497.2
497.7
499.5
502.0
506.3
514.3

475.0
478.5
480.9
481.6
481.9
483.3
491.3
4872
490.1
491.6
493.6
495.6

145.4
145.6
146.9
147.0
147.5
148.7
148.8
149.7
150.8
151.7
152.5
154.3

3,237.6
3,255.9
3,283.5
3,288.4
3,303.9
3,327.7
3,340.8
3,351.8
3,364.0
3,394.7
3,4042
3,445.9

1986
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November....
December....

3,5002
3,519.6
3,544.3
3,580.7
3,578.9
3,582.4
3,595.4
3,610.0
3,630.5
3,629.2
3,639.7
3,674.4

2,056.8
2,064.7
2,080.6
2,076.6
2,0842
2,095.4
2,103.5
2,117.4
2,124.0
2,141.8
2,156.8
2,163.2

625.5
623.1
629.1
624.8
625.3
624.4
625.6
629.3
629.0
636.1
633.5
636.3

470.6
469.0
475.8
470.4
471.8
471.1
472.2
474.6
474.6
480.6
476.8
478.3

491.9
493.4
495.7
494.4
496.3
499.2
501.7
504.0
506.3
508.9
514.7
514.0

553.9
560.8
566.5
566.3
569.7
5772
579.7
585.7
588.4
594.7
604.6
607.0

385.5
387.3
389.3
391.0
392.9
394.7
396.6
398.5
400.3
402.1
404.0
405.9

196.0
196.6
197.3
198.1
198.8
199.7
200.6
202.1
203.1
204.2
205.3
206.4

11.7
14.2
12.4
44.3
31.4
20.6
15.8
202
25.7
20.0
18.0
32.7

258.6
258.7
259.4
261.3
260.0
259.6
262.3
263.9
271.1
258.6
257.0
267.0

13.6
12.0
11.1
11.2
10.9
10.0
8.4
6.9
5.7
5.3
4.8
4.0

97.3
100.5
102.7
104.7
105.8
106.7
107.0
1072
107.0
106.4
105.7
104.7

519.3
525.6
531.0
533.6
534.2
534.9
535.1
534.7
533.9
532.4
531.6
533.7

504.9
506.2
509.9
511.2
514.4
517.3
525.0
521.0
523.6
525.1
526.1
528.6

158.1
159.0
160.2
160.1
160.8
161.8
162.3
163.3
163.7
164.7
165.6
165.9

3,464.9
3,482.0
3,508.7
3,513.5
3,524.8
3,539.3
3,5572
3,567.5
3,582.7
3,5872
3,599.8
3,619.9

1987
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November....
December....

3,687.5
3,722.6
3,737.3
3,751.3
3,759.1
3,768.0
3,789.5
3,816.3
3,836.7
3,903.5
3,896.3
3,955.6

2,181.3
2,197.4
2212.0
2,219.5
2233.9
2,243.7
2,256.5
2,283.6
2,295.9
2,310.4
2,330.6
2,369.9

638.3
639.4
644.9
642.2
644.1
645.2
647.9
653.6
6612
663.7
669.4
672.0

480.8
481.9
486.2
483.6
483.6
484.3
486.9
490.9
498.7
498.4
502.3
504.2

515.1
522.4
524.5
527.9
532.3
534.3
537.7
544.4
547.8
549.7
5532
552.8

617.2
622.8
627.9
633.0
639.1
643.8
648.4
661.0
660.0
668.1
676.6
710.4

410.7
412.8
414.6
416.4
418.3
420.3
422.4
424.6
426.8
428.9
431.3
434.7

206.6
207.3
207.7
209.5
206.7
208.0
208.7
209.1
211.2
214.5
216.5
218.5

26.9
39.0
362
37.7
23.4
22.7
23.9
18.7
19.4
60.3
26.9
40.1

269.9
274.6
276.4
276.0
277.3
278.7
280.8
283.1
283.0
2822
282.1
283.4

3.0
2.1
1.5
1.3
1.2
1.4
1.5
2.1
3.6
6.2
7.7
6.6

103.7
102.4
101.3
99.9
99.8
99.2
99.1
992
99.3
99.6
100.1
100.8

533.8
535.7
537.8
541.1
543.9
544.6
548.0
551.1
554.1
558.6
562.1
566.1

531.7
534.3
535.6
537.7
545.0
542.2
544.2
5442
545.6
547.8
547.6
549.9

169.4
170.3
171.0
171.3
172.1
172.6
1732
174.8
175.4
176.2
177.3
179.6

3,638.9
3,661.9
3,679.9
3,692.4
3,7142
3,724.1
3,744.4
3,776.3
3,796.1
3,822.0
3,848.2
3,894.4

3,942.9
3,962.8
3,9972
4,0192
4,035.6
4,059.0
4,0832
4,101.4
4,124.0
4,191.2
4,177.8
4,216.7

2,354.4
2,373.1
2,387.0
2,408.6
2,420.7
2,439.4
2,461.0
2,462.3
2,477.6
2,507.9
2,504.4
2,519.5

675.3
679.9
691.0
691.5
694.0
699.0
702.9
702.0
706.9
717.5
714.0
714.4

507.3
510.3
520.1
517.6
520.3
523.8
526.4
525.7
529.9
539.9
536.6
536.1

556.6
561.9
560.2
568.5
569.9
574.5
580.4
579.1
582.8
589.0
587.5
593.3

685.0
691.6
693.9
705.0
711.1
718.2
727.8
729.0
733.7
7452
744.3
751.0

437.5
439.8
441.8
443.8
445.7
447.7
450.0
452.2
454.2
456.2
458.6
460.8

219.9
221.3
222.9
224.6
226.5
228.8
2312
233.6
236.0
2382
240.4
242.4

30.1
31.0
45.1
37.2
34.8
30.4
23.8
24.2
21.2
412
19.2
32.3

286.4
285.4
284.6
291.0
291.6
293.5
291.3
294.5
295.5
301.3
302.3
304.0

7.7
6.1
4.9
3.7
4.1
4.5
4.4
4.2
4.0
3.8
3.1
1.6

101.9
103.3
104.3
105.5
106.4
107.4
108.9
110.7
111.7
113.0
113.9
114.3

565.6
565.0
563.8
567.1
570.6
574.7
581.1
588.1
595.1
601.9
608.7
616.0

565.5
567.4
575.2
573.5
573.7
574.3
577.0
579.3
579.8
582.8
584.7
586.9

188.6
189.7
190.5
192.0
192.7
194.0
195.5
195.7
196.8
199.0
199.1
200.4

3,891.7
3,910.7
3,931.1
3,961.0
3,979.8
4,007.5
4,038.4
4,056.0
4,081.6
4,128.6
4,137.1
4,162.9

January
February
March
Aoril

4 :=:: :

June
July - Z
August
September
October
November
December
1. Equals personal income less the following farm components: wages and salaries, other labor income, proprietors' income with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments, and net interest. These farm components
plus employer contributions for social insurance and farm corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments equal farm national income shown annually in table 121.




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84

Table 2.9.—Personal Income and Its Disposition
Billions of dollars

Disposable personal income

Less: Personal outlays
Year and month

Personal income

Less: Personal Equals: Dispostax and nontax able personal
payments
income

Total

Personal consumption expenditures

Per capita

Personal transInterest paid by fer payments to
persons
rest of the
world (net)

1959

3912

44.5

346.7

324.7

318.1

1960

409.2
426.5
453.4
476.4
510.7

48.7
50.3
54.8
58.0
56.0

360.5
376.2
398.7
418.4
454.7

339.9
351.3
372.8
393.7
423.1

332.4
343.5
364.4
384.2
412.5

7.0
7.3
7.8
8.9
10.0

1965
1966
1967
1968

552.9
601.7
646.5
709.9
773.7

61.9
71.0
77.9
92.1
109.9

491.0
530.7
568.6
617.8
663.8

456.4
494.4
522.8
573.9
620.5

444.6
481.6
509.3
559.1
603.7

11.1
12.0
12.5
13.8
15.7

1970
1971
1972
1973

1974

831.0
893.5
980.5
1,098.7
1,205.7

109.0
108.7
132.0
140.6
159.1

722.0
784.9
848.5
958.1
1,046.5

664.5
719.4
788.7
872.0
953.1

646.5
700.3
767.8
848.1
927.7

1975
1976
1977
1978
1979

1,307.3
1,446.3
1,601.3
1,807.9
2,033.1

156.4
182.3
210.0
240.1
280.2

1,150.9
1,264.0
1,391.3
1,567.8
1,753.0

1,050.6
1,170.9
1,303.4
1,460.0
1,629.6

1,024.9
1,143.1
1,271.5
1,421.2
1,583.7

1981 .
1982 .
1983 ,

2,265.4
2,534.7
2,690.9
2,862.5
3,154.6

312.4
360.2
371.4
368.8
395.1

1,952.9
2,174.5
2,319.6
2,493.7
2,759.5

1,799.1
1,982.6
2,120.1
2,325.1
2,537.5

3,379.8
3,590.4
3,802.0
4,075.9

436.8
459.0
512.5
527.7

2,943.0
3,131.5
3,289.5
3,548.2

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

379.7
382.1
385.2
388.2
390.9
393.7
394.3
391.6
392.8
393.7
398.1
403.6

42.3
42.8
43.4
43.7
44.2
44.4
44.9
44.8
45.1
45.5
46.0
46.7

1960
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

404.6
404.2
404.2
407.8
409.3
409.7
410.4
410.9
411.9
413.4
413.3
411.0

1961
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

1961
1962
1963
1964

1984 ,
1985
1986 .
1987 ,

Equals: Personal saving

Total, billions of
1987 dollars

Current dollars

Population
(mid-period,
thousands)

1987 dollars

22.0

1,284.9

1,958

7,256

177,073

20.6
24.9
25.9
24.6
31.6

1,313.0
1,356.4
1,414.8
1,461.1
1,562.2

1,994
2,048
2,137
2,210
2,369

7,264
7,382
7,583
7,718
8,140

180,760
183,742
186.590
189.300
191,927

.8
1.0
1.0
1.1

34.6
36.3
45.8
43.9
43.3

1,653.5
1,734.3
1,811.4
1,886.8
1,947.4

2,527
2,699
2,861
3,077
3,274

8,508
8,822
9,114
9,399
9,606

194.347
196.599
198,752
200,745
202.736

16.8
17.8
19.6
22.4
24.2

1.2
1.3
1.3
1.4
1.2

57.5
65.4
59.7
86.1
93.4

2,025.3
2,099.9
2,186.2
2,334.1
2,317.0

3,521
3,779
4,042
4,521
4,893

9,875
10,111
10,414
11.013
10,832

205.089
207,692
209.924
211.939
213,898

1.2
1.2
1.2
1.3
1.4

100.3
93.0
87.9
107.8
123.3

2,355.4
2,440.9
2,512.6
2,638.4
2,710.1

5,329
5,796
6,316
7,042
7,787

10,906
11,192
11,406
11,851
12,039

215,981
218,086
220,289
222,629
225,106

1,748.1
1,926.2
2,059.2
2,257.5
2,460.3

24.5
26.7
30.7
37.5
44.5
49.4
54.6
58.8
65.7
75.0

1.6
1.8
2.1
1.8
2.3

153.8
191.8
199.5
168.7
222.0

2,733.6
2,795.8
2,820.4
2,893.6
3,080.1

8,576
9,455
9,989
10,642
11,673

12,005
12,156
12,146
12,349
13,029

227,715
229.989
232,201
234,326
236.393

2,753.7
2,944.0
3,147.5
3,392.5

2,667.4
2,850.6
3,052.2
3,296.1

83.6
90.9
92.3
93.7

2.7
2.5
3.0
2.7

189.3
187.5
142.0
155.7

3,162.1
3,261.9
3,289.6
3,404.3

12,339
13,010
13,545
14,477

13,258
13,552
13,545
13,890

238,510
240,691
242.860
245,093

337.4
339.3
341.8
344.5
346.7
349.3
349.4
346.8
347.7
348.2
352.2
356.9

313.5
316.8
319.9
319.5
323.4
325.6
325.3
327.8
332.0
330.6
330.7
330.9

307.3
310.6
313.7
313.1
317.0
319.1
318.7
321.1
325.2
323.7
323.8
323.8

5.7
5.8
5.8
5.9
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.3
6.4
6.5

.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5

23.9
22.5
21.9
25.0
23.3
23.6
24.1
19.0
15.7
17.6
21.4
26.0

1,261.2
1,264.4
1,277.5
1,283.7
1,288.0
1,293.7
1,293.7
1,281.8
1,280.1
1,281.7
1,298.9
1,314.1

1,919
1,928
1,939
1,952
1,962
1,974
1,972
1,954
1,956
1,956
1,975
2,000

7,174
7,182
7,247
7,273
7,288
7,311
7,300
7,222
7,202
7.200
7,286
7,362

175.818
176,044
176.274
176,503
176.723
176,954
177,208
177,479
177.755
178.026
178,273
178,504

47.2
47.7
48.1
48.5
48.7
48.8
48.8
49.2
49.3
49.5
49.5
49.3

357.4
356.5
356.1
359.3
360.5
360.9
361.6
361.7
362.6
363.9
363.8
361.7

331.6
333.5
338.4
345.0
338.6
338.8
340.2
340.5
342.4
344.6
344.6
340.7

324.5
326.3
331.2
337.6
331.2
331.3
332.6
332.9
334.8
336.8
336.9
332.9

6.7
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.0
7.1
7.1
7.2
7.2
7.3
7.3

.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5

25.8
23.0
17.7
14.3
21.9
22.1
21.4
21.2
20.2
19.3
19.2
21.0

1,315.3
1,307.8
1,305.1
1,307.2
1,317.6
1,318.4
1,316.4
1,313.5
1,313.4
1,315.7
1,315.0
1,311.0

1,991
1,984
1,979
1,995
1,999
1,999
2,000
1,998
1,999
2,003
2,000
1,985

7.328
7,278
7.255
7.257
7,307
7,302
7,281
7,253
7,241
7,242
7,229
7,197

179,492
179,693
179,898
180,115
180.333
180,558
180.808
181.092
181,383
181,662
181,919
182,165

414.5
416.6
417.9
418.6
421.8
426.2
428.5
429.2
430.5
434.4
438.8
441.3

49.5
49.5
49.7
49.6
49.9
50.0
50.2
50.5
50.8
51.0
51.3
51.4

365.0
367.1
368.3
369.0
371.9
376.2
378.3
378.6
379.6
383.4
387.5
389.8

341.7
343.4
347.4
347.3
349.5
350.6
350.4
352.0
354.3
356.6
360.0
362.5

334.0
335.6
339.6
339.6
341.8
342.8
342.6
3442
346.5
348.7
352.0
354.5

7.3
7.3
7.3
7.3
7.3
7.3
7.3
7.3
7.4
7.4
7.5
7.5

.5
.5
.5
.4
.4
.4
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5

23.3
23.7
20.9
21.7
22.4
25.6
27.9
26.6
25.3
26.8
27.5
27.4

1,324.1
1,328.7
1,331.9
1,337.5
1,345.7
1,359.7
1,363.1
1,362.0
1,362.9
1,376.3
1,389.2
1,395.9

2,001
2,010
2,014
2,015
2,029
2,049
2,058
2,057
2,059
2,076
2,096
2,106

7,259
7,276
7,284
7,305
7,340
7,407
7,415
7,398
7,391
7,454
7,513
7,540

182,404
182,631
182,867
183,105
183,335
183,572
183,825
184,101
184.384
184.654
184.900
185,129

440.6
443.5
447.1
450.0
4512
452.7
454.8
456.1
458.5
459.8
462.3
464.2

52.0
52.3
52.8
53.7
54.2
54.8
55.1
55.5
55.9
56.4
57.0
57.3

388.6
391.2
394.2
396.4
397.0
397.9
399.6
400.5
402.6
403.4
405.3
407.0

362.6
363.3
366.9
368.8
372.0
370.7
371.8
373.5
379.4
377.3
382.6
384.6

354.6
355.3
358.8
360.6
363.8
362.3
363.3
364.9
370.9
368.7
373.8
375.7

7.5
7.5
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
8.0
8.0
8.1
8.2
8.3

.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5

26.0
27.8
27.4
27.6
25.0
27.3
27.8
27.1
23.2
26.1
22.7
22.4

1,391.6
1,398.9
1,406.6
1,409.6
1,409.4
1,413.9
1,420.6
1,421.6
1,419.6
1,425.6
1,428.3
1,432.6

2,097
2,108
2,122
2,131
2,132
2,135
2,141
2,143
2,151
2,152
2,159
2,166

7,508
7,539
7,572
7,579
7.569
7,584
7,610
7,605
7,584
7,605
7,610
7,624

185.347
185,551
185,762
185.981
186.201
186.426
186,664
186,924
187,191
187,449
187.685
187.905

467.9
465.5
467.1
468.8
471.4
475.2
475.9
478.4
481.6
485.3
487.1
492.0

57.3
57.4
57.7
57.3
57.9
58.1
58.1
58.2
58.2
58.3
58.5
58.9

410.6
408.2
409.4
411.5
413.5
417.1
417.7
420.2
423.4
427.0
428.6
433.1

385.4
384.4
386.2
387.7
388.7
393.4
396.3
398.3
397.5
398.2
401.6
407.0

376.3
375.4
377.1
378.5
379.4
383.9
386.7
388.6
387.8
388.3
391.7
396.9

8.4
8.4
8.4
8.6
8.7
8.8
9.0
9.1
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.5

.7
.7
.7
.6
.6
.6
.6
.6
.6

25.2
23.8
23.2
23.8
24.8
23.7
21.4
21.9
25.9
28.8
27.0
26.0

1,442.7
1,435.0
1,438.9
1,444.4
1,448.8
1,454.7
1,455.4
1,463.0
1,476.0
1,486.3
1,488.0
1,499.9

2,183
2,168
2,172
2,181
2,189
2,205
2,206
2,216
2,230
2,246
2,252
2,272

7,669
7,621
7,634
7,655
7,670
7,691
7,685
7.715
7,773
7.816
7,816
7,870

188,113
188.300
188.484
188.685
188.904
189.130
189.369
189.629
189.895
190.147
190.369
190.570

1959

1962
January
February
March

« :
June
July
August
September.
October
November..
December..
1963
January
February
March
April
* »
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

See footnote(s) at end of table.




Personal saving
as a percentage of disposable personal
income'

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

85

Table 2.9.-Personal Income and Its Disposition-Continued
Billions of dollars

Disposable personal inoome

Less: Personal outlays
Year and month

1964
January .. ...........
February ..... .......
March ..................

Personal income

Less: Personal Equals: Dispostax and nontax able personal
payments
Income

Total

Per capita

Personal transPersonal con- Interest paid by fer payments to
sumption expersons
rest of the
penditures
world (net)

Equals: Personal savin9

Total. billions of
1987 dollars Current dollars

1987 dollars

Population
(mid-period.
thousands)

Personal savin9
as a percentage of disposable personal
income I

June .............. .....
July ............... .....
AU9ust ." ..............
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

494.7
497.0
499.4
S02.8
S05.9
S08.5
511.6
515.7
518.8
519.8
523.8
530.0

59.5
60.3
52.2
53.0
53.8
542
54.9
55.8
56.2
56.7
57.3
58.0

435.3
436.7
447.2
449.7
452.1
454.3
456.7
460.0
462.6
4632
466.6
471.9

409.1
412.4
414.1
415.1
420.8
423.8
427.4
430.3
429.3
432.2
429.0
433.9

399.0
402.3
403.9
404.8
410.3
4132
416.7
419.4
418.3
421.2
417.9
422.6

9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.3
10.4
10.6

.6
.6
.6
.7
.7
.7
.7
.7
.7
.7
.7
.7

262
24.3
33.1
34.6
31.3
30.5
29.2
29.6
33.4
30.9
37.5
38.1

1.505.9
1.508.2
1.543.5
1.551.8
1.555.4
1.560.7
1.566.8
1.577.4
1.585.4
1.585.6
1.595.9
1.609.9

2.282
2.287
2.340
2.350
2.360
2.369
2.378
2.392
2,403
2.403
2,418
2.444

7.894
7.898
8,075
8.110
8.120
8.138
8.160
8,205
8.236
8,227
8.271
8.336

190.763
190.953
191.146
191.346
191.557
191.778
192.010
192.254
192.504
192.739
192.943
193.131

5.9
6.3
6.9
7.3
7.1
6.7
6.5
6.7
6.8
7.3
7.6
7.9

1965
January ...............
February ..............
March .... ............
April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ..... ...............
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

534.1
533.8
536.5
540.2
545.1
549.2
552.5
554.7
569.9
567.7
573.1
577.9

60.6
60.8
61.9
63.6
61.2
62.3
61.0
61.0
61.6
61.8
62.6
63.8

473.4
473.0
474.6
476.6
483.8
486.9
491.5
493.7
508.3
S05.9
510.5
514.1

437.2
444.2
446.2
4SO.2
451.0
448.8
454.6
458.0
465.8
472.4
473.1
475.9

426.0
432.8
434.8
438.5
439.1
436.8
442.5
445.9
453.6
460.2
460.8
463.5

10.6
10.6
10.7
10.9
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.3
11.4
11.4
11.5
11.6

.7
.7
.7
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8

36.2
28.8
28.5
26.4
32.9
38.0
36.9
35.7
42.5
33.5
37.4
38.2

1.611.5
1.604.8
1.606.5
1.611.5
1.634.5
1.645.6
1.656.3
1.660.4
1.701.2
1.691.9
1,705.1
1.712.1

2.449
2.445
2,451
2,459
2.494
2.507
2.528
2.537
2.608
2.593
2.614
2.630

8.337
8.295
8.297
8.315
8.426
8.474
8.519
8.531
8,729
8.672
8.731
8.760

193.308
193,467
193.625
193,799
193.988
194.195
194.416
194.645
194.879
195.096
195.284
195.456

7.3
6.6
5.9
6.1
6.7
7.4
7.5
7.7
7.4
7.4
7.1
7.2

1966
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................
April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

579.8
584.8
588.4
590.6
5932
598.1
601.7
607.5
613.2
617.3
622.4
623.7

65.0
66.0
67.3
69.1
70.4
71.2
71.9
72.4
73.1
74.0
75.5
76.0

514.8
518.8
521.0
521.4
522.8
526.8
529.8
535.1
540.1
543.3
546.9
547.7

479.3
484.3
489.1
491.1
487.4
490.0
495.2
497.9
S03.9
502.9
504.7
508.6

466.9
471.9
476.6
478.5
474.7
477.1
482.3
485.0
491.0
489.9
491.6
493.5

11.6
11.7
11.8
11.9
12.0
12.1
12.1
12.1
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4

.7
.7
.7
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.7
.7
.7

35.5
34.5
31.9
30.3
35.4
36.8
34.6
37.2
362
40.4
42.3
41.0

1,709.6
1.714.0
1.715.3
1.713.6
1.719.3
1.727.7
1.733.3
1.741.0
1.749.3
1.756.4
1.765.1
1.767.3

2.632
2.650
2.659
2.659
2.664
2.681
2.694
2.718
2.740
2,754
2.769
2.771

8,740
8,756
8.756
8,739
8.760
8.794
8.814
8.843
8.875
8.902
8.938
8.941

195.614
195.760
195.915
198.089
196.275
196,466
196.661
196.873
197.096
197.303
197.485
197.654

7.0
6.6
6.2
6.2
6.5
6.8
6.8
6.7
7.0
7.3
7.6
7.7

1967
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................
April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

629.2
629.9
634.1
635.1
637.9
642.8
648.2
653.2
655.6
657.8
663.8
670.5

76.3
76.1
75.7
75.4
75.5
76.3
77.8
79.1
79.9
79.9
80.8
81.6

553.0
553.8
558.4
559.7
562.3
566.5
570.3
574.1
575.7
577.9
583.0
588.9

509.4
508.5
511.5
517.6
518.6
523.3
522.9
526.1
532.0
528.6
533.8
541.5

496.1
4952
498.3
503.9
504.9
509.5
509.4
512.6
518.5
515.0
520.2
527.8

12.4
12.4
12.4
12.4
12.4
12.5
12.5
12.6
12.6
12.7
12.8
12.8

.8
.8
.8
1.3
1.3
1.3
.9
.9
.9
.9
.9
.9

43.6
45.4
46.8
42.1
43.7
43.3
47.5
48.0
43.7
49.3
49.2
47.4

1,783.0
1,785.7
1.797.2
1.795.0
1.803.3
1.809.6
1.817.8
1.622.1
1.818.6
1.825.1
1.833.8
1.845.8

2.795
2.798
2.818
2.823
2.634
2.852
2.869
2.885
2.890
2.898
2.921
2.949

9.014
9.020
9.071
9.053
9.087
9.111
9.143
9.156
9.129
9.153
9.188
9,241

197.814
197.965
198.122
198.287
198.452
198.627
198.812
199.012
199,212
199.405
199.578
199,733

7.9
8.2
8.0
7.9
7.6
7.9
8.1
8.1
8.2
8.2
8.3
8.0

674.9
682.2
690.1
695.9
702.3
707.9
713.9
719.8
7252
730.4
735.9
739.9

82.4
83.5
83.9
85.4
87.0
87.8
93.8
96.8
100.6
100.0
101.4
102.4

592.6
598.7
606.1
610.5
615.3
620.1
620.1
623.0
624.6
630.4
634.5
637.5

547.6
550.4
561.2
561.1
566.9
573.4
580.5
584.3
585.5
588.8
593.9
593.7

533.7
536.3
547.0
546.7
552.4
558.7
565.5
5692
5702
573.5
578.3
578.0

13.0
13.1
13.3
13.5
13.6
13.8
13.9
14.1
142
14.4
14.6
14.7

.9
.9
.9
.9
.9
.9
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0

45.0
48.4
44.9
49.3
48.4
46.7
39.6
38.7
39.1
41.6
40.7
43.9

1.848.4
1.859.0
1.871.3
1.881.0
1.888.9
1.898.1
1.888.0
1.8902
1.891.6
1.901.4
1.907.5
1.915.7

2.965
2.994
3.029
3.048
3.070
3.091
3.088
3.100
3.104
3.130
3.148
3.161

9,248
9.296
9.350
9.392
9.423
9.461
9,402
9.404
9.402
9.442
9,465
9,498

199.864
199.988
200.132
200.285
200.449
200.621
200.802
200.997
201.193
201.378
201.544
201.691

7.9
7.7
7.9
7.8
7.8
7.3
6.7
6.3
6.4
6.4
6.6
6.4

742.1
746.7
7532
758.9
765.0
770.8

104.4
108.2
lItO
114.5
110.3
108.7
108.5
109.5
l1Q.4
110.7
110.7
111.7

637.7
638.6
6422
644.4
654.6
662.1
669.3
674.9
678.8
683.6
687.7
691.8

600.5
605.7
605.7
610.8
617.1
617.7
619.4
626.5
629.9
635.3
637.3
639.7

584.7
589.6
589.5
594.3
600.4
600.8
602.5
609.5
612.8
618.0
619.9
6222

14.9
15.1
152
15.4
15.5
15.7
15.8
15.9
16.1
16.2
16.3
16.4

.9
.9
.9
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1

372
32.9
36.6
33.6
37.6
44.4
49.9
48.3
48.8
48.3
SO.4
52.1

1.908.1
1.906.0
1.911.4
1.907.7
1.931.4
1.944.5
1.960.1
1.969.8
1.973.4
1.981.3
1.987.8
1.987.6

3.160
3.162
3.178
3.186
3.234
3.268
3.301
3.325
3.340
3.361
3.378
3.395

9.454
9,438
9,458
9,433
9.542
9.598
9.666
9.704
9.712
9.741
9.764
9.755

201.821
201.952
202.092
202,246
202.419
202.592
202.777
202.984
203.196
203,401
203.588
203.762

6.0
5.6
5.4
5.5
5.9
6.6
7.1
7.3
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.3

110.0
110.2
111.0
112.0
110.4
111.9
106.2
106.3
107.0
107.1
107.8
107.8

694.3
697.8
700.9
718.4
715.8
7152
727.3
732.3
737.9
738.5
739.9
746.0

645.9
651.0
649.4
653.3
659.9
664.0
666.4
671.0
677.4
676.6
674.9
664.0

6282
6332
631.6
635.3
641.9
645.9
648.4
652.9
8592
658.4
656.7
665.7

16.5
16.5
16.6
16.6
16.7
16.7
16.8
16.9
17.0
17.0
17.0
17.1

12
12
12
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
12
12

48.4
46.8
51.5
65.1
56.0
51.2
60.9
61.3
60.5
61.8
65.0
62.0

1.989.9
1.989.8
1.992.1
2.032.5
2.017.4
2.010.5
2.038.1
2.046.3
2.051.5
2.043.6
2.042.8
2.049.3

3.405
3.419
3.432
3.513
3,497
3.490
3.545
3.565
3.588
3.586
3.589
3.615

9.758
9.7SO
9.754
9.939
9.855
9.810
9.934
9.962
9.975
9.925
9.910
9.931

203.929
204.082
204,246
204.504
204.719
204.941
205.174
205.418
205.664
205.906
206.131
206.352

7.1
7.0
7.7
8.1
8.0
7.8
8.0
8.3
8.3
8.5
8.5
8.5

~;~ ::::::::::::::::::::

1968

~~~Zv .: : : : : : :

March ..................
April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............
1969
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................

ffa~ : : : : : : : : : : :

June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

m.8

784.3
7892
7942
798.5
803.5

1970
804.4
808.0
811.9
830.3
826.3
827.0
June ....................
July ......................
833.5
838.6
August .................
844.9
September ...........
845.6
October ...............
November ............
847.7
853.8
December ............
See footnote(s) at end of table.

=ry'::::::::::::::
March ..................

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86

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.9.-Personal Income and Its Disposition-Continued
Billions of dollars

Disposable personal income

Less: Personal outlays

Vear and month

1971
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................
April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

Personal income

Less: Personal Equals: Dispostax and nontax able personal
payments
income

Total

Per capita

Personal con- Interest paid by Personal transfer payments to
sumption expersons
rest of the
penditures
world (net)

Equals: Per- Total, billions of
sonal saving
1987 dollars Current dollars

1987 dollars

Population
(mid-period,
thousands)

Personal saving
as a percenta~e of disposa Ie personal
income I

862.3
865.4
871.1
876.6
882.9
903.9
895.0
902.3
906.6
909.9
918.3
927.9

103.5
104.5
105.1
106.2
107.0
107.5
107.9
108.8
110.1
111.6
1152
116.6

758.8
760.8
766.1
770.4
776.0
796.4
7872
793.5
796.5
798.3
S03.0
811.3

694.9
698.3
701.0
708.0
710.4
719.1
718.4
724.5
732.9
735.9
7412
748.7

676.5
679.8
682.4
689.2
691.5
7002
699.2
7052
713.4
716.3
721.4
728.7

17.2
17.3
17.4
17.6
17.6
17.7
17.8
18.0
18.1
18.3
18.5
18.6

12
1.2
1.2
12
1.2
1.2
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.4
1.4
1.4

63.9
62.5
65.0
62.4
65.6
77.3
68.8
69.0
63.6
62.4
61.8
62.6

2,072.4
2,071.5
2,077.8
2,078.8
2,067.1
2,128.1
2,101.4
2,107.9
2,110.7
2,112.1
2,118.7
2,132.5

3,673
3,680
3,701
3,719
3,742
3,837
3,789
3,815
3,825
3,830
3,849
3,885

10,032
10,019
10.040
10,035
10,065
10,253
10,114
10,134
10,136
10,132
10,154
10,212

206.567
206,762
206,960
207.163
207,361
207.562
207,771
207,998
208,230
208,450
208,848
208,829

8.3
8.4
8.3
8.3
8.8
9.0
9.0
8.5
82
7.8
7.7
7.5

936.6
946.4
951.9
957.7
963.7
957.7
975.8
988.6
997.4
1,016.5
1,032.3
1,041.0

126.1
129.1
131.6
132.4
130.2
130.3
130.8
132.5
133.6
135.1
136.0
136.3

810.5
817.3
820.3
825.3
833.5
827.5
845.0
8562
863.7
881.4
896.3
904.7

752.0
756.5
769.5
778.4
782.1
790.3
796.8
801.7
815.8
821.4
827.2

732.0
736.4
749.3
752.5
757.7
7612
769.3
775.7
780.4
7942
799.7
8052

18.7
18.8
19.0
192
19.4
19.6
19.7
19.9
20.1
20.2
20.5
20.7

1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3

58.5
60.8
50.8
52.3
55.1
45.4
54.7
59.3
62.0
65.6
74.8
77.5

2,121.4
2,1322
2,135.4
2,146.1
2,159.9
2,141.1
2,176.8
2.198.3
2,206.7
2,245.8
2,277.6
2,292.6

3,878
3,908
3,919
3,940
3,976
3,944
4,024
4,073
4,106
4,186
4,253
4,290

10,151
10,195
10,203
10,246
10,303
10,205
10,367
10,459
10,489
10,665
10,808
10,870

208,989
209,137
209.299
209,466
209,635
209.811
209,986
210,177
210.379
210,568
210,739
210,903

7.5
6.9
6.7
6.4
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.9
7.2
7.7
8.1
8.2

1,045.7
1,053.7
1,061.9
1,066.3
1,079.5
1,090.0
1,094.7
1,110.2
1,120.6
1,139.0
1,157.7
1,165.1

137.5
134.9
133.3
134.3
137.7
138.6
140.2
141.7
144.0
145.9
148.5
15Q.4

9082
918.8
928.6
932.0
941.8
951.5
954.6
968.5
976.6
993.1
1,009.2
1,014.7

837.8
847.2
854.2
857.1
863.1
866.0
876.2
875.6
892.0
892.4
901.3
901.4

815.6
824.8
831.5
834.1
839.8
842.5
852.4
851.6
867.9
866.8
875.5
875.4

21.1
21.4
21.6
21.9
22.2
22.4
22.6
22.8
23.0
23.2
23.4
23.5

1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
t.l
2.4
2.4
2.4

70.4
71.5
74,4
74.9
78.7
85.5
78.4
92.9
84.6
100.7
107.9
113.4

2,291.5
2,301.8
2,306.8
2,301.6
2,316.9
2,3272
2.325.3
2,340.9
2,347.5
2,373.1
2,390.7
2,384.1

4,303
4,350
4,394
4,407
4,450
4,492
4,503
4,564
4.598
4,672
4,744
4,767

10,858
10,899
10,925
10,882
10,946
10,986
10,968
11,032
l1.os3
11,165
11.239
11,200

211,053
211.187
211,337
211.499
211,662
211.828
212,001
212,191
212.382
212.555
212.710
212,859

8.0
7.9
7.9
8.1
8.5
8.5
8.9
8.8
9.5
9.8
10.7
10.8

1,165.7
1,165.3
1,165.4
1,172.7
1,186.8
1,1972
1,2142
1,223.7
1,233.8
1,246.8
1,245.7
1,250.6

149.1
151.5
152.8
153.8
157.4
159.9
161.8
162.7
184.1
165.6
165.1
165.5

1,016.6
1,013.8
1,012.6
1,018.9
1,029.5
1,037.3
1,052.4
1,061.0
1,069.6
1,0812
1,080.6
1,085.1

908.6
913.9
925.5
934.8
946.4
951.8
961.6
978.0
977.4
980.7
977.0
982.0

883.7
888.8
900.5
909.6
921.0
926.4
936.0
952.3
951.7
954.9
951.2
956.4

23.6
23.8
23.8
23.9
24.1
24.2
24.4
24.5
24.5
24.5
24.5
24.4

1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
12
1.2
12
1.2

108.1
99.9
87.0
842
83.1
85.4
90.8
83.0
92.2
100.5
103.6
103.1

2,368.4
2,334.1
2,304.3
2,304.0
2,304.9
2,304.6
2,319.2
2,3132
2,312.8
2,325.7
2,309.0
2,306.6

4,773
4,756
4,748
4,774
4,820
4,852
4,919
4,955
4,990
5,040
5,033
5,050

11,110
10,951
10,804
10,795
10,791
10,781
10,840
10,802
10,790
10.840
10,754
10,736

213.003
213,143
213,286
213,437
213,600
213,770
213,948
214,144
214,349
214.538
214,704
214,857

10.6
9.7
8.9
8.3
8.2
8.3
8.2
8.4
8.6
9.2
9.5
9.2

1,252.0
1,255.1
1,2582
1.265.1
1,278.1
1,310.8
1,307.8
1,328.6
1,339.9
1,355.4
1,364,4
1,373.7

166.1
165.8
166.4
147.5
87.4
154.5
159.7
162.6
163.6
165.9
167.8
169.6

1,085.9
1,069.3
1,091.8
1,117.6
1,190.7
1,156.3
1,1482
1,164.1
1,176.2
1,189.5
1,196.7
1,2042

994.9
1,008.7
1,010.0
1,014.8
1,038.9
1,047.0
1,060.4
1,067.6
1,075.6
1,081.1
1,096.0
1,112.4

969.3
983.0
984.4
989.5
1,013.7
1,021.7
1,034.8
1,041.8
1,049.6
1,055.1
1,069.9
1,086.1

24.4
24.5
24.3
24.3
24.2
24.2
24.4
24.5
24.6
24.8
25.0
25.2

12
12
1.2
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
12
12

91.0
SO.6
81.8
102.8
151.8
109.3
87.7
96.5
100.7
108.4
100.7
91.7

2,284.9
2.280.6
2,282.1
2,329.5
2,463.5
2,377.8
2,342.1
2,3612
2,374.7
2,392.9
2,387.7
2,388.0

5,051
5,063
5,072
5,188
5,522
5,356
5,314
5,382
5,433
5,490
5,518
5,549

10,628
10,601
10.601
10,813
11,424
11,015
10,839
10,917
10,969
11.043
11,011
11,004

214,998
215,132
215.276
215,438
215,646
215,871
216,084
216,294
216,490
216,679
216,851
217,013

8.4
7.8
8.0
9.9
10.5
10.0
8.5
8.2
8.7
8.7
8.4
7.9

1,392.1
1,401.9
1,406.0
1,417.8
1,426.7
1,434.8
1,450.1
1,460.7
1,470.6
1,479.7
1,500.2
1,513.0

171.0
171.7
172.0
176.5
179.0
180.8
183.3
185.9
188.2
190.5
193.5
195.6

1,221.1
1,2302
1,236.0
1,241.3
1,247.7
1.254.0
1,266.8
1,274.8
1.282.4
1.2892
1,306.7
1,317.4

1,128.3
1,129.6
1,137.2
1,147.7
1,145.0
1,163.2
1,172.4
1,1812
1,192.6
1,201.7
1,214.6
1,237.8

1,101.6
1,102.7
1,110.1
1,120.5
1,117.6
1,135.5
1,144.4
1,153.0
1,164.1
1,173.0
1,185.7
1,208.5

25.4
25.6
25.8
28.1
28.3
28.5
28.8
27.0
27.3
27.5
27.7
26.1

1.3
1.3
1.3
1.1
1.1
1.1
12
12
1.2
12
1.2
12

92.6
100.6
98.8
93.6
102.6
90.8
94.4
93.6
89.8
87.5
92.0
79.6

2,414.0
2,425.9
2,433.6
2,434.4
2,437.0
2,433.5
2,444.1
2,444.9
2,445.3
2,443.1
2,465.8
2,469.8

5,623
5,661
5,684
5,704
5,729
5,754
5.808
5,838
5,888
5,894
5,969
6,013

11,116
11,163
11,191
11,187
11,191
11,166
11,204
11,198
11,189
11,169
11,263
11,273

217,172
217,315
217,455
217,607
217.773
217,948
218,134
218,337
218,542
218,739
218,920
219,093

7.8
7.9
7.9
7.9
7.7
7.6
7.3
7.3
7.0
6.9
6.6
6.4

1,519.9
1,535.3
March ..................
1,548.7
April .....................
1,563.1
May .....................
1,575.3
June ....................
1,586.6
July ......................
1,611.7
August .................
1,628.1
Seplember ...........
1,640.7
October ...............
1,651.6
November ............
1,671.0
December ............
1,683.6
See tootnote(s) at end of table.

196.6
216.3
204.1
205.2
208.5
205.5
207.1
208.6
211.7
216.4
219.0
221.3

1,323.3
1,319.1
1,344.6
1,358.0
1,366.8
1,3812
1,404.6
1,419.5
1,429.0
1,4352
1,452.0
1,462.3

1,242.3
1,258.5
1,265.9
1,275.4
1.285.9
1.292.9
1,309.8
1,315.8
1,325.5
1,342.4
1,358.2
1,367.9

1,212.5
1,228.5
1.235.5
1,244.5
1.254.7
1,261.3
1,277.9
1,283.5
1,292.7
1,3092
1,324.5
1,333.6

28.5
28.8
29.2
29.6
30.0
30.4
30.7
312
31.6
32.1
32.6
33.2

1.2
1.2
12
1.2
12
1.2

81.0
60.5
78.7
82.6
SO.9
88.2
94.8
103.7
103.5
92.9
93.8
94.3

2,470.6
2,442.8
2,475.7
2,4842
2,487.5
2,499.1
2,526.3
2,544.5
2,550.3
2,546.9
2,558.4
2,563.3

6,035
6,011
6,123
6,179
6,214
6,274
6,374
6,436
6,472
6,494
6,564
6,605

11,268
11,133
11,274
11,304
11,309
11,352
11,474
11,536
11.550
11,524
11,566
11.576

219,262
219,424
219,594
219,772
219.953
220,143
220,349
220.573
220.796
221.007
221206
221.390

5.6
5.5
5.5
6.0
6.1
6.4
6.8
7.1
7.0
6.7
6.5
6.7

1972

~ry'::::::::::::::

March ..................
April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............
1973
January ...............

.:::::::

:,~arr.

April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

m.o

1974
'/::'::ry .::::::::::::::
March ..................
April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............
1975

=~.:::::::::::::::

f1a~ : : : : : : : : : : :

June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............
1976
January ...............

=arr.. : : : : : : :
~::::::::::::::::::::::

June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............
1977

r~Zr'::::::::::::::




1.1

1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

87

Table 2.9.-Personal Income and Its Disposition-Continued
Billions of dollars

Disposable personal income

Less: Personal outlays
Year and month

Personal income

Less: Personal ~aIS: Dispostax and nontax
I~ personal
payments
Income

Total

Per capita

Personal transPersonal con- Interest paid by fer payments to
sumption expersons
rest of the
penditures
world (net)

Equals: Per- Total, billions of
sonal saving
1987 dollars Current dollars

Population
(mid-period,
thousands)

1987 dollars

Personal saving
as a percenta~e of disposa Ie perscnal
income I

1978
1,691.5
1,709.7
1,735.8
1,7652
1,7832
1,802.3
1,821.7
1,839.4
1,855.4
1,880.9
1,895.7
1,913.9

223.0
222.7
221.1
227.6
232.3
240.4
243.8
246.7
250.0
254.5
257.8
261.6

1,468.5
1,487.0
1,514.7
1,537.6
1,551.0
1,561.9
1,577.9
1,592.7
1,605.3
1,626.3
1,637.9
1,652.3

1,362.4
1,368.5
1,411.5
1,430.9
1,448.5
1,484.3
1,466.2
1,487.5
1,494.0
1,507.6
1,520.5
1,538.0

1,327.2
1,352.8
1,375.1
1,393.8
1,410.7
1,425.7
1,427.0
1,447.6
1,453.5
1,466.5
1,478.8
1,495.6

34.1
34.6
35.2
35.8
36.5
37.3
37.9
38.6
39.1
39.6
40.2
40.9

12
12
1.2
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.5
1.5
1.5

106.1
98.5
103.1
106.7
102.5
97.6
111.6
105.2
111.4
118.7
117.3
114.2

2,565.3
2,583.0
2,613.8
2,631.0
2,631.8
2,633.1
2,644.6
2,6542
2,661.0
2,675.9
2,679.3
2,687.5

6,628
6,707
6,826
6,924
6,978
7,020
7,085
7,144
7,193
7,280
7,326
7,383

11,579
11,650
11,780
11,847
11,840
11,835
11,875
11,906
11,924
11,979
11,983
12,009

221,553
221,711
221,892
222,084
222,278
222,482
222.697
222,933
223,168
223.383
223,565
223,781

6.8
6.9
6.8
6.8
6.6
6.6
6.6
6.9
6.9
7.1
7.1
7.1

1,928.0
1,945.9
1,969.9
1,979.1
1,995.0
2,011.3
2,045.4
2,064.9
2,081.1
2,103.7
2,124.9
2,148.3

261.9
284.2
267.6
268.4
272.3
278.1
282.8
285.7
289.7
293.3
297.0
301.0

1,666.1
1,661.7
1,702.3
1.710.7
1,722.7
1,7332
1,762.6
1,779.3
1,791.4
1,810.5
1,828.0
1,847.4

1,546.9
1,565.6
1,578.3
1,582.6
1,600.2
1,616.3
1,627.4
1,657.3
1,676.8
1,686.5
1,703.7
1,714.1

1,5042
1,522.4
1,534.6
1,538.3
1,555.2
1,570.9
1,561.3
1,610.6
1,629.4
1,638.2
1,654.7
1,664.7

41.5
41.9
42.5
43.0
43.7
44.1
44.7
45.4
46.0
46.6
47.3
47.7

1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
12
1.2
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.7
1.7
1.7

119.1
116.1
124.0
128.1
122.6
116.9
135.1
121.9
114.6
124.0
124.3
133.3

2,690.3
2,697.8
2,709.5
2,703.3
2,697.6
2,691.9
2,716.6
2,717.4
2,712.3
2,721.2
2,729.5
2,733.7

7,439
7,502
7,588
7,619
7,666
7,705
7,828
7,893
7,938
8,Q15
8,084
8,162

12,012
12,036
12,078
12,040
12,004
11,987
12,065
12,055
12,019
12,046
12,071
12,078

223.973
224,150
224,333
224,529
224,734
224,948
225,174
225,419
225,662
225,893
226,120
226,339

7.0
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.1
7.2
7.1
7.0
6.7
6.7
7.0
7.1

2,178.4
2,191.7
2,201.3
2,198.3
2,202.1
2,217.5
2,252.1
2,279.8
2,313.7
2,353.4
2,382.5
2,413.7

293.3
296.5
300,6
301.9
304.7
308.1
310.6
316.1
320.5
327.2
332.7
336.9

1,6852
1,895.1
1,900.7
1,896.4
1,897.4
1,909.4
1,941.5
1,963.7
1,9932
2,026.1
2,049.9
2,076.8

1,746.8
1,751.6
1,757.2
1,745.8
1,750.7
1,769.3
1,797.4
1,814.0
1,828.6
1,862.9
1,870.9
1,894.0

1,696.7
1,701.1
1,706.7
1,695.3
1,700.4
1,719.0
1,746.8
1,762.9
1,777.3
1,811.0
1,818.7
1,6412

48.6
49.0
49.1
49.0
48.8
48.8
49.0
49.4
49.7
50.1
50.4
51.0

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.8
1.8
1.8

138.4
143.5
143.5
150.7
146.7
140.1
144.1
149.7
164.6
163.3
179.0
162.7

2,758.5
2,745.1
2.725.0
2,703.7
2,685.7
2,686.8
2,710.2
2,719.2
2,738.0
2.763.0
2,773.9
2,794.0

8,321
8,358
8,375
8,349
8,345
8,389
8,522
8,611
8,731
8,887
8,964
9,075

12,176
12,106
12,007
11,902
11,811
11,804
11,896
11,923
11,994
12,092
12,130
12,209

226,554
226,753
226,955
227,156
227,384
227,619
227.830
228,053
228,279
228.490
228,674
228,838

7.4
7.5
7.7
7.7
7.7
7.5
7.5
7.8
8.0
8.4
8.5
8.7

June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

2,433.1
2,452.5
2,476.0
2,484.0
2,494.4
2,514.1
2,556.3
2,585.1
2,5992
2,601.4
2,610.3
2,609.6

340.6
344.0
348.5
352.1
357.4
361.1
367.0
372.8
375.4
364.1
368.3
371.4

2,092.5
2,108.5
2,127.5
2,131.9
2,137.0
2,153.0
2,189.4
2,212.3
2,223.8
2,237.3
2,242.1
2.2382

1,912.7
1,928.2
1,948.5
1,950.5
1,960.6
1,982.4
1,991.6
2,017.2
2,019.4
2,017.0
2,022.9
2,040.6

1,859.5
1,874.4
1,894.0
1,895.4
1,904.9
1,926.2
1,934.9
1,960.1
1,961.3
1,958.3
1,964.0
1,981.7

51.4
52.0
52.7
53.3
53.9
54.4
54.9
55.3
56.4
56.7
56.9
57.0

1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.9
1.9
1.9

179.8
180.3
179.0
181.4
176.3
170.6
197.8
195.1
204.4
220.3
219.1
197.6

2,784.9
2,780.6
2,785.5
2,778.3
2,772.5
2,779.4
2,809.0
2,818.7
2,814.5
2,819.8
2,810.8
2,795.8

9,138
9,202
9,278
9,290
9,305
9,367
9,517
9,607
9,648
9,697
9,711
9,687

12,162
12,136
12,148
12,107
12,073
12,093
12,210
12,240
12,210
12,222
12,174
12,101

228.986
229.131
229,297
229,473
229,652
229,845
230.057
230,281
230,505
230.707
230,882
231,050

8.6
8.5
8.5
8.4
8.2
8.4
8.6
9.0
9.3
9.6
9.5
9.1

1982
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................
April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

2,611.1
2,629.5
2,638.4
2,664.5
2,684.7
2,690.4
2,706.3
2.709.8
2,715.1
2,731.2
2,748.0
2,761.2

366.1
372.5
371.9
366.6
378.3
384.6
365.1
367.6
367.8
369.9
371.7
374.7

2,245.0
2,257.1
2,267.6
2,297.9
2,306.4
2,305.8
2,3412
2,342.3
2,347.3
2,361.2
2,376.3
2,386.5

2,048.7
2,072.1
2,074.8
2,076.6
2,094.7
2,098.4
2,121.7
2,128.8
2,152.3
2,172.2
2,194.7
2,205.9

1,989.0
2,012.4
2,015.0
2,016.5
2,034.2
2,037.6
2,060.8
2,067.7
2,090.7
2,110.6
2,132.6
2,143.0

57.5
57.6
57.7
57.9
58.3
58.6
58.7
59.0
59.5
59.6
60.2
61.0

22
22
2.2
22
22
22
2.1
2.1
2.1
1.9
1.9
1.9

196.3
184.9
192.7
221.3
211.7
207.4
219.5
213.5
195.0
189.1
181.6
180.6

2,788.1
2,794.4
2,802.6
2,835.8
2,829.1
2,809.7
2,833.8
2.828.6
2.824.7
2,824.8
2,832.5
2,840.6

9,710
9,755
9,794
9,917
9,947
9,936
10,079
10,075
10,088
10,139
10,196
10,232

12,059
12,078
12,104
12,239
12,201
12,107
12,200
12.167
12,139
12,130
12,153
12,180

231,212
231,369
231,535
231,705
231,881
232,073
232,275
232.483
232,693
232,888
233,063
233,229

8.6
8.5
8.8
9.1
9.3
9.2
9.2
8.9
8.5
8.0
7.7
7.7

1983
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................
April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............

2,767.4
2,766.8
2,782.4
2,811.3
2,8362
2,850.7
2,870.2
2,869.6
2,898.5
2,9372
2,965.5
2,994_8

364.9
366.2
368.3
366.9
377.9
381.5
359.3
361.7
364.4
369.4
371.0
374.3

2,402.6
2,400.7
2,414.1
2,444.4
2,458.3
2,4692
2,510.8
2,507.9
2,534.1
2,567.7
2,594.5
2,820.5

2,215.3
2,218.6
2,246.0
2,274.9
2,295.8
2,323.6
2,346.2
2,357.0
2,369.6
2,388.6
2,411.7
2,443.4

2,152.3
2,155.0
2,181.4
2,209.3
2.229.7
2,256.5
2,278.1
2,288.0
2,300.0
2,328.2
2,340.6
2,371.4

61.5
62.2
63.1
63.8
64.3
65.3
66.1
67.0
67.6
68.4
69.2
70.0

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.8
1.8
1.8
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0

187.3
182.1
168.1
169.5
162.5
145.6
164.6
150.9
164.5
169.2
182.8
177.1

2,845.3
2,839.4
2,846.3
2,863.2
2,867.3
2,870.6
2,906.6
2,891.7
2,910.8
2,938.8
2,960.7
2,982.4

10,294
10,280
10,331
10,452
10,505
10,543
10,712
10,690
10,793
10,927
11,034
11,137

12,191
12,158
12,180
12,244
12,252
12,257
12,401
12,326
12,397
12,507
12,591
12,674

233,387
233,533
233,688
233,854
234,022
234,203
234,393
234,594
234,797
234,983
235,149
235,305

7.6
7.4
7.2
6.8
6.5
6.4
6.2
6.4
6.4
6.7
6.8
6.8

3,023.4
3,065.9
3,097.1
3,109.4
3,114.6
June ....................
3,141.2
3,162.5
..:::::::::::::::::
3,191.2
3,222.7
September .... ".....
October ...............
3,216.0
November ............
3.239.9
December ............
3,271.6
See footnote(s) at end of table.

374.6
379.0
381.1
383.5
386.6
392.5
397.3
400.4
405.8
407.5
413.3
419.5

2,648.7
2,686.9
2,716.0
2,726.0
2,727.9
2,748.7
2,765.2
2,790.9
2,816.8
2,808.6
2,826.5
2,852.1

2,472.8
2,449.7
2,476.7
2,501.3
2,519.9
2,542.1
2,537.9
2,554.2
2,576.5
2,578.2
2,617.8
2,623.4

2,400.0
2,375.5
2,401.9
2,425.9
2,4432
2,464.5
2,460.0
2,475.8
2,497.7
2,498.7
2,537.8
2,542.6

70.6
72.1
72.6
73.1
74.4
75.4
75.7
76.2
76.6
77.0
77.5
78.3

22
22
2.2
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.2
22
2.5
2.5
2.5

176.0
237.1
239.2
224.7
208.1
206.6
227.3
236.6
240.4
230.3
208.7
228.7

3,001.8
3,038.7
3,058.8
3,062.0
3,059.9
3,075.8
3,085.7
3,101.7
3,120.6
3,103.5
3,113.7
3,138.2

11,250
11,404
11,520
11,555
11,555
11,635
11,695
11,793
11,892
11.847
11.914
12,014

12,749
12,898
12,974
12,979
12,961
13,019
13,050
13,106
13,175
13,092
13,125
13,219

235,453
235,600
235,757
235.916
236.078
236,253
236.446
236.656
236.865
237.061
237.237
237.395

7.4
8.1
8.6
8.2
7.8
7.8
8.1
8.4
8.4
8.0
7.9
7.6

t:u,:ry -::::::::::::::
March ..................
April .....................

~u~e

.::::::::::::::::::::
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............
1979
January ...............

~:~a:...::::::::::::::

April .....................
May .....................
June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............
1980
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................

~::::::::::::::::::::::

June ....................
July ......................
August .................
September ...........
October ...............
November ............
December ............
1981

t::~.::::::::::::::
March ..................

~::::::::::::::::::::::

1984
January ...............
February ..............
March ..................

re.~

:::::::::::

~.;.;t




NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

88

Table 2.9.—Personal Income and Its Disposition—Continued
Billions of dollars

Disposable personal income

Less: Personal outlays
Year and month

Personal income

Less: Personal Equals: Dispostax and nontax able personal
income
payments

Total

1985
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November....
December....

3,2882
3,314.7
3,336.2
3,357.0
3,347.7
3,369.3
3,3812
3,389.9
3,402.7
3,434.0
3,443.9
3,492.2

418.4
450.9
481.0
425.0
358.4
437.9
437.7
441.1
444.6
446.2
447.9
4522

2,869.8
2,863.8
2,855.1
2,931.9
2,9892
2,931.5
2,943.6
2,948.8
2,958.1
2,987.9
2,995.9
3,040.0

2,654.0
2,677.9
2,685.4
2,698.9
2,735.0
2,732.5
2,753.0
2,788.1
2,833.7
2,803.1
2,823.1
2,860.0

2,571.9
2,594.7
2,600.9
2,613.9
2,649.1
2,646.3
2,6662
2,700.9
2,745.4
2,714.7
2,734.2
2,770.5

1986
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November....
December....

3,500.2
3,519.6
3,544.3
3,580.7
3,578.9
3,582.4
3,595.4
3,610.0
3,630.5
3,6292
3,639.7
3,674.4

444.7
446.0
446.9
446.6
448.9
455.1
457.0
461.8
465.3
470.5
477.1
488.0

3,055.5
3,073.6
3,097.4
3,134.1
3,130.0
3,127.3
3,138.4
3,148.2
3,1652
3,158.7
3,162.6
3,186.4

2,880.1
2,872.6
2,876.0
2,887.8
2,910.8
2,917.5
2,939.4

1987
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November....
December....

3,687.5
3,722.6
3,737.3
3,751.3
3,759.1
3,768.0
3,789.5
3,816.3
3,836.7
3,903.5
3,896.3
3,955.6

473.4
470.6
477.8
607.0
498.3
501.2
505.3
512.9
517.2
521.0
526.0
538.8

3,942.9
3,962.8
3,997.2
4,0192
4,035.6
4,059.0
4,083.2
4,101.4
4,124.0
4,1912
4,177.8
4,216.7

514.4
504.8
513.2
546.7
524.9
519.5
524.8
526.7
531.5
539.0
540.7
546.4

January
February
March

Z:::::::::
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

:.:

Equals: Personal saving

Total, billions of
1987 dollars

Current dollars

Population
(mid-period,
thousands)

1987 dollars

Personal saving
as a percentage of disposable personal
income l

79.1
80.2
81.5
82.4
83.2
83.6
84.0
84.3
85.4
85.9
86.4
87.0

3.0
3.0
3.0
2.6
2.6
2.6
2.8
2.8
2.8
2.5
2.5
2.5

215.9
186.0
169.8
233.0
254.3
198.9
190.5
160.8
124.4
184.8
172.9
180.0

3,143.5
3,124.7
3,102.6
3,180.9
3,230.3
3,157.7
3,161.6
3,1552
3,153.1
3,170.7
3,166.8
3,198.5

12,081
12,049
12,005
12,319
12,550
12,298
12,338
12,349
12,377
12,491
12,515
12,690

13,234
13,147
13,046
13,366
13,563
13,247
13,252
13,213
13,192
13,255
13,229
13,352

237,540
237,674
237,825
237,996
238,179
238,371
238,573
238,789
239,004
239208
239,392
239.560

7.3
6.7
6.8
7.5
7.8
7.3
6.2
5.4
5.3
5.4
6.0
5.8

3,030.0
2,996.2
2,995.1
3,063.3

2,789.5
2,781.0
2,783.9
2,795.2
2,817.6
2,824.1
2,845.5
2,865.2
2,935.4
2,900.9
2,900.0
2,968.4

902
90.9
91.1
91.4
91.6
92.1
92.5
92.4
92.0

2.5
2.5
2.5
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.8
2.8
2.8

175.4
201.1
221.5
246.3
219.2
209.8
199.0
189.0
1352
162.5
167.5
1232

3,204.3
3,223.5
3,254.7
3296.7
3,282.0
3265.6
3,270.7
3,272.0
3,275.5
3,263.2
3,259.7
3,275.8

12,746
12,814
12,905
13,048
13,021
13,000
13,035
13,065
13,124
13,086
13,093
13,183

13,367
13,439
13,560
13,725
13,654
13,575
13,585
13,578
13,581
13,519
13,495
13,553

239,718
239,865
240,019
240,191
240,374
240,563
240,760
240,970
241,181
241,381
241,555
241,714

6.1
6.5
7.2
7.3
7.2
6.7
6.4
5.5
5.1
4.9
4.8
52

3,214.1
3,252.0
3,259.5
3,144.4
3,260.8
3,266.8
3,284.1
3,303.4
3,319.5
3,382.5
3,370.3
3,416.9

3,010.4
3,075.7
3,086.0
3,111.4
3,120.0
3,145.2
3,165.7
3201.0
3,194.7
3,204.0
3,213.5
3242.7

2,915.9
2,981.1
2,9912
3,016.0
3,024.8
3,049.6
3,069.9
3,105.4
3,098.9
3,108.5
3,118.2
3,147.1

91.6
91.8
92.0
92.3
92.2
92.5
92.7
92.5
92.6
92.4
92.2
92.5

2.8
2.8
2.8
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1

203.7
176.2
173.5
33.0
140.8
121.6
118.4
102.4
124.8
178.5
156.8
174.1

3,281.3
3,304.1
3,300.4
3,172.3
3,279.5
3,273.1
3,282.3
3,287.3
3,287.5
3,336.8
3,314.8
3,355.7

13,289
13,437
13,459
12,974
13,445
13,459
13,519
13,587
13,641
13,887
13,827
14,008

13,567
13,652
13,628
13,090
13,522
13,485
13,512
13,520
13,509
13,700
13,599
13,757

241,870
242,018
242,179
242,352
242,531
242,722
242,925
243,136
243,354
243,564
243,748
243.922

5.2
5.7
4.0
3.6
3.1
3.9
3.5
3.5
4.1
4.6
5.0
4.7

3,428.5
3,458.0
3,484.0
3,472.5
3,510.6
3,539.5
3,558.4
3,574.7
3,592.6
3,6522
3,637.0
3,670.3

3,278.1
3,285.2
3,321.1
3,324.0
3,355.7
3,387.5
3,406.0
3,427.8
3,434.7
3,478.4
3,491.5
3,520.3

3,182.3
3,189.6
3,225.5
3,228.9
3,260.6
3,292.1
3,3102
3,331.4
3,338.1
3,3812
3,393.1
3,420.4

92.9
92.7
92.7
92.6
92.6
93.0
932
93.8
93.9
94.5
95.7
972

2.9
2.9
2.9
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.6
2.6
2.6
2.7
2.7
2.7

150.4
172.8
162.9
148.5
155.0
152.0
152.5
146.9
157.9
173.8
145.5
149.9

3,359.6
3,384.0
3,396.9
3,367.2
3,389.4
3,402.3
3,405.5
3,409.2
3,407.8
3,451.9
3,428.9
3,448.7

14,046
14,159
14,256
14,199
14,345
14,450
14,515
14,568
14,627
14,857
14,784
14,909

13,764
13,856
13,899
13,769
13,849
13,890
13,891
13,893
13,875
14,042
13,938
14,009

244,084
244,233
244,389
244,554
244,736
244,943
245,162
245.385
245,614
245.825
246.008
246,179

4.7
4.6
4.5
4.3
4.3
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.4
4.3
4.1

1. Monthly estimates equal the 3-month moving average of personal saving as a percentage of the 3-month moving average of disposable personal income.




Per capita

Personal transPersonal consumption ex- Interest paid by fer payments to
rest of the
persons
penditures
world (net)

89

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.10.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type
of Product

Table 2.10.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type
of Product—Continued

[Billions of dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

[Billions of dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

Year and month

Personal consumption expenditures

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Services

318.1

42.8

148.5

126.8

1964

332.4
343.5
364.4
3842
412.5

43.5
41.9
47.0
51.8
56.8

153.1
157.4
163.8
169.4
179.7

135.9
144.1
153.6
163.1
175.9

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

444.6
481.6
509.3
559.1
603.7

63.5
68.5
70.6
81.0
86.2

191.9
208.5
216.9
235.0
252.2

189.2
204.6
.221.7
243.1
265.3

1970

646.5
700.3
767.8
848.1
927.7

85.3
97.2
110.7
124.1
123.0

270.4
283.3
305.2
339.6
380.8

290.8
319.8
351.9
384.5
423.9

1,024.9
1,143.1
1,271.5
1,421.2
1,583.7

134.3
160.0
182.6
202.3
214.2

416.0
451.8
490.4
541.5
613.3

474.5
531.2
598.4
677.4
756.2

1984

1,748.1
1,9262
2,059.2
2,257.5
2,460.3

212.5
228.5
236.5
275.0
317.9

682.9
744.2
772.3
817.8
873.0

1,050.4
1,164.7
1269.4

1985
1986
1987
1988

2,667.4
2,850.6
3,0522
3,296.1

352.9
389.6
403.7
437.1

919.4
952.2
1,011.1
1,073.8

1,395.1
1,508.8
1,637.4
1,785.2

307.3
310.6
313.7
313.1
317.0
319.1
318.7
321.1
3252
323.7
323.8
323.8

40.2
42.1
42.4
43.1
43.3
43.8
43.3
44.1
45.3
42.7
42.6
40.7

145.2
145.8
147.7
145.6
148.4
148.9
148.1
148.8
150.7
150.9
150.1
151.4

121.9
122.7
123.6
124.5
125.4
126.4
127.3
128.2
129.2
130.1
131.1
131.8

324.5
326.3
331.2
337.6
3312
331.3
332.6
332.9
334.8
336.8
336.9
332.9

41.1
43.6
45.3
46.9
43.6
42.3
42.7
43.6
45.0
44.4
42.9
40.2

151.1
149.6
152.0
156.0
152.1
153.3
154.0
153.2
152.9
154.6
155.3
153.5

132.4
133.1
133.9
134.7
135.5
135.8
135.9
1362
136.9
137.8
138.7
139.3

334.0
335.6
339.6
339.6
341.8
342.8
342.6
3442
346.5
348.7
352.0
354.5

39.4
39.7
40.9
40.5
41.1
41.5
41.8
42.3
42.7
43.3
44.3
45.3

154.7
155.6
157.3
156.4
156.9
157.2
156.5
157.4
158.3
158.6
159.8
160.5

139.8
140.3
141.4
142.6
143.8
144.2
144.3
144.5
145.5
146.8
147.9
148.7

1960
1961
1962

1963

1971
1972

1973
1974
1975
1976

1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983

1959
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ...
December ...

852.7

953.5

1960
January
February
March

<E.:::::::
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ...
December ....
1961
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ....
December ...
1962
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ...
December ...

354.6
355.3
358.8
360.6
363.8
362.3
363.3
364.9
370.9
368.7
373.8
375.7

45.1
45.0
45.8
45.9
47.1
46.7
46.7
46.6
48.0
46.6
49.6
51.1

160.8
161.1
162.7
163.1
163.7
161.9
162.4
163.6
167.2
165.5
166.8
166.7

148.6
1492
150.3
151.6
152.9
153.7
1542
154.7
155.6
156.5
157.4
157.9

1963
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

376.3
375.4
377.1
378.5
379.4
383.9
386.7
388.6
387.8
388.3
391.7
396.9

50.6
50.0
49.9
50.8
51.1
52.5
53.0
51.5
52.1
51.7
53.2
55.0

167.6
166.8
168.0
167.8
167.6
169.3
170.2
172.1
169.7
169.8
170.6
173.2

158.1
158.6
159.3
160.0
160.8
162.1
163.5
164.9
166.0
166.9
167.9
168.8




Year and month

Personal consumption expenditures

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Services

1964
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

399.0
402.3
403.9
404.8
410.3
413.2
416.7
419.4
418.3
4212
417.9
422.6

55.4
55.8
55.0
55.5
56.9
57.9
58.9
59.4
57.6
58.4
56.1
55.1

173.5
175.5
176.8
176.1
179.2
180.0
181.4
182.5
182.0
182.9
180.8
185.5

170.1
171.0
172.1
173.1
174.2
175.3
176.4
177.5
178.7
179.9
181.0
181.9

1965
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

426.0
432.8
434.8
438.5
439.1
436.8
442.5
445.9
453.6
460.2
460.8
463.5

58.1
62.5
65.5
64.5
62.2
59.1
60.6
63.1
67.7
66.4
66.0
65.8

1852
187.0
184.6
1882
189.8
189.2
192.5
192.2
193.7
199.8
199.2
200.9

182.6
183.4
184.6
185.9
187.1
188.4
189.5
190.7
192.3
194.0
195.7
196.8

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ...
December ...

466.9
471.9
476.6
478.5
474.7
477.1
482.3
485.0
491.0
489.9
491.6
493.5

67.1
69.1
71.3
69.2
65.5
64.7
66.3
69.0
71.8
70.0
68.9
69.0

202.3
204.4
205.7
208.1
206.4
208.4
210.9
209.7
211.3
210.5
211.7
212.0

197.5
198.3
199.7
201.2
202.7
204.0
205.1
2062
207.8
209.4
211.0
212.5

1967
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ...
December ...

496.1
495.2
498.3
503.9
504.9
509.5
509.4
512.6
518.5
515.0
520.2
527.8

69.2
66.6
67.7
71.0
70.7
71.8
71.2

213.2
213.7
214.2
215.0
214.8
216.7
215.5
217.9
220.1
217.5
220.5
223.9

213.7
215.0
216.5
217.9
219.3
221.0
222.7
224.5
225.7
226.8
228.0
229.7

533.7
536.3
547.0
546.7
552.4
558.7
565.5
5692
570.2
573.5
578.3
578.0

76.3
76.0
79.7
77.7
80.3
80.0
83.0
83.6

224.8
226.9
231.1
230.6
232.0
235.3
238.1
239.6
2382
239.6
243.3
240.5

232.6
233.4
236.2
238.4
240.1
243.5
244.4
245.9
247.9
249.7
251.6
253.6

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

584.7
589.6
589.5
594.3
600.4
600.8
602.5
609.5
612.8
618.0
619.9
622.2

86.0
86.6
84.9
86.1

243.8
246.2
246.6
248.6
251.5
250.6
252.7
255.6
254.3
258.1
258.7
259.6

254.9
256.9
258.0
259.6
262.7
264.0
265.3
267.5
270.0
272.7
274.8
276.6

1970
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

628.2
633.2
631.6
635.3
641.9
645.9
648.4
652.9
6592
658.4
656.7
665.7

84.8
86.6
84.1
85.4
86.5

264.2
264.5
265.6
265.8
269.1
269.7
2702
271.3
274.3
274.7
275.6
279.3

279.3
282.1
281.9
284.2
286.3
289.1
291.4
294.1
297.4
298.8
300.7
304.2

1966

702
72.6
70.7
71.7
74.2

1968
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

842
84.2
83.4
83.8

1969

862
86.3
84.4
86.4
88.4
87.2
86.4
86.0

872
86.7
87.6
87.6
84.9
80.3

822

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

90

Table 2.10.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type
of Product—Continued

Table 2.10.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type
of Product—Continued

[Billions of dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

[Billions of dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

Year and month

TSSSSZ

•"""•I"*

N-nd-*.«—

Year and month

Services

nsumpditures

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Services

1971
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ....
December ....

676.5
679.8
682.4
689.2
691.5
700.2
699.2
705.2
713.4
716.3
721.4
728.7

92.4
92.2
94.6
95.2
94.6
97.8
95.8
96.9
101.6
101.8
101.8
101.9

278.7
279.0
277.2
280.7
281.0
284.3
282.7
284.9
285.7
285.7
288.8
291.1

305.5
308.6
310.7
313.3
315.9
318.1
320.7
323.4
326.1
328.8
330.7
335.7

1978
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ....
December ....

1,327.2
1,352.8
1,375.1
1,393.8
1,410.7
1,425.7
1,427.0
1,447.6
1,453.5
1,466.5
1,478.8
1,495.6

181.4
188.1
194.1
202.7
206.1
207.1
204.2
210.7
201.7
209.0
210.1
212.2

507.9
516.5
525.7
527.7
534.9
540.9
543.5
548.0
556.6
556.8
565.7
574.1

637.9
648.2
655.3
663.4
669.6
677.7
679.4
688.9
695.3
700.8
703.0
709.3

1972
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ....
December ....

732.0
736.4
749.3
752.5
757.7
7612
769.3
775.7
780.4
794.2
799.7
805.2

105.1
103.9
106.8
107.3
108.9
109.2
110.9
112.5
112.1
116.1
117.4
118.8

288.9
292.4
298.3
299.0
302.6
303.0
306.2
307.9
311.3
316.8
317.1
318.3

338.0
340.1
344.1
346.2
346.3
349.0
3522
355.2
357.0
361.4
365.2
368.1

1979
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ....
December ....

1,504.2
1,522.4
1,534.6
1,538.3
1,555.2
1,570.9
1,581.3
1,610.6
1,629.4
1,6382
1,654.7
1,664.7

208.9
212.8
213.7
211.5
212.9
207.4
213.5
218.7
222.8
215.6
215.9
216.6

575.6
582.6
592.5
588.8
598.7
612.0
611.9
626.5
635.0
637.6
648.1
650.8

719.7
726.9
728.5
738.0
743.6
751.5
755.9
765.4
771.7
785.0
790.7
797.3

November ....
December ....

815.6
824.8
831.5
834.1
839.8
842.5
852.4
851.6
867.9
866.8
875.5
875.4

123.3
125.7
128.1
125.9
126.6
121.4
123.5
122.2
127.2
122.9
122.5
119.6

323.7
327.9
329.4
331.2
332.9
336.6
343.3
341.3
347.5
349.2
355.3
356.6

368.7
371.1
374.0
377.0
380.3
384.4
385.7
388.0
393.1
394.7
397.6
399.2

....
....

1,696.7
1,701.1
1,706.7
1,695.3
1,700.4
1,719.0
1,746.8
1,762.9
1,777.3
1,811.0
1,818.7
1,841.2

226.1
219.6
210.3
198.6
194.7
201.2
212.6
209.8
211.4
221.8
222.7
221.0

663.0
666.0
672.3
672.7
674.2
674.4
679.1
689.0
690.5
700.1
701.6
712.0

807.6
815.5
824.0
823.9
831.5
843.3
855.1
864.1
875.4
889.1
894.4
908.2

1974
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ...
December ...

883.7
888.8
900.5
909.6
921.0
926.4
936.0
952.3
951.7
954.9
9512
956.4

119.7
117.7
121.3
122.0
125.0
123.9
126.7
134.1
127.5
123.3
117.5
117.2

361.5
365.8
369.4
373.7
377.1
379.4
384.0
389.3
390.7
392.9
393.7
392.1

402.5
405.4
409.7
413.9
418.9
423.1
425.3
429.0
433.4
438.8
440.1
447.0

1981
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ....
December ....

1,859.5
1,874.4
1,894.0
1,895.4
1,904.9
1,9262
1,934.9
1,960.1
1,961.3
1,958.3
1,964.0
1,981.7

225.0
231.9
235.4
226.4
224.5
225.7
229.7
244.8
234.4
221.7
221.4
221.1

726.6
731.1
736.3
740.1
739.3
745.4
7452
749.0
751.4
753.6
753.0
759.9

907.9
911.4
922.3
928.9
941.1
955.1
960.0
966.3
975.4
983.0
989.6
1,000.7

969.3
983.0
984.4
989.5
1,013.7
1,021.7
1,034.8
1,041.8

1,049.6
1,055.1
1,069.9
1,086.1

121.7
126.9
123.3
124.6
130.5
132.3
137.2
137.5
142.1
140.2
145.1
150.9

398.1
400.6
402.2
401.2
415.0
417.0
420.3
424.6
424.3
424.7
431.0
433.7

449.5
455.5
459.0
463.7
468.2
472.4
477.3
479.7
483.3
4902
493.7
501.4

1982
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ...
December ...

1,989.0
2,012.4
2,015.0
2,016.5
2,034.2
2,037.6
2,060.8
2,067.7
2,090.7
2,110.6
2,132.6
2,143.0

225.9
233.2
233.8
228.6
240.3
229.8
230.8
231.8
242.9
236.6
250.8
253.2

756.3
766.5
760.9
760.9
763.3
765.8
780.1
775.0
777.5
786.7
785.4
789.9

1,006.9
1,012.6
1,020.3
1,027.0
1,030.6
1,042.1
1,049.9
1,060.9
1,070.3
1,087.4
1,096.4
1,099.9

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

1,101.6
1,102.7
1,110.1
1,120.5
1,117.6
1,135.5
1,144.4
1,153.0
1,164.1
1,173.0
1,185.7
1,208.5

153.2
156.0
156.4
159.3
153.8
159.2
160.8
159.6
•162.0
162.0
164.4
173.5

441.1
437.5
439.4
443.9
443.4
451.4
452.6
456.3
458.6
463.2
464.0
470.2

507.4
509.1
514.3
517.3
520.3
524.9
531.0
537.1
543.5
547.8
557.3
564.9

1983
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

2,152.3
2,155.0
2,181.4
2,209.3
2,229.7
2,256.5
2,278.1
2,288.0
2,300.0
2,328.2
2,340.6
2,371.4

250.1
249.9
253.5
263.6
269.3
277.4
282.9
279.7
280.3
293.1
294.1
305.9

788.8
787.2
7992
801.3
8102
819.8
826.7
828.6
832.9
837.3
841.5
840.7

1,113.4
1,117.9
1,128.8
1,144.4
1,150.3
1,159.4
1,168.4
1,179.7
1,186.8
1,197.9
1,205.1
1,224.8

1977
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

1,212.5
1,228.5
1,235.5
1,244.5
1,254.7
1,261.3
1,277.9
1,283.5
1,292.7
1,309.2
1,324.5
1,333.6

169.4
175.2
181.0
180.0
179.7
181.2
182.5
184.7
186.5
187.1
190.7
193.8

473.3
480.0
478.8
483.5
487.0
486.1
492.2
491.0
492.8
500.9
510.4
509.4

569.9
573.3
575.7
581.1
587.9
593.9
603.2
607.8
613.5
621.2
623.5
630.5

1984
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

2,400.0
2,375.5
2,401.9
2,425.9
2,443.2
2,464.5
2,460.0
2,475.8
2,497.7
2,498.7
2,537.8
2,542.6

313.2
303.9
305.7
312.7
318.4
322.7
318.7
315.9
319.3
318.6
333.3
332.6

858.1
849.4
854.7
8652
868.9
881.9
872.2
875.7
886.5
880.8
892.4
890.1

1,228.6
1,222.2
1,241.4
1,248.0
1,255.9
1,259.8
1,269.1
1,284.2
1,291.8
1,299.3
1.312.0
1,319.9

1973
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...

October

1975
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

1976




1980
January
February
March
«
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

=

...

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8

91

Table 2.10.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type
of Product—Continued

Table 2.11.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type
of Product in Constant Dollars

[Billions of dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

[Billions of 1987 dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

Year and month

Personal consumption expenditures

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

2,571.9
2,594.7
2,600.9
2,613.9
2,649.1
2,646.3
2,666.2
2,700.9
2,745.4
2,714.7
2,734.2
2,770.5

339.7
339.5
347.3
340.0
356.6
344.3
348.0
363.6
392.9
351.2
352.6
359.3

892.2
903.7
903.9
914.4
915.7
912.8
917.6
924.0
929.8
931.8
941.8
944.7

1,340.0
1,351.5
1,349.7
1,359.5
1,376.9
1,389.1
1,400.6
1,413.3
1,422.7
1,431.6
1,439.8
1,466.5

1986
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

2,789.5
2,781.0
2,783.9
2,795.2
2,817.6
2,824.1
2,845.5
2,865.2
2,935.4
2,900.9
2,900.0
2,968.4

373.5
361.4
356.6
374.6
382.0
371.8
383.3
401.9
449.6
400.6
386.7
433.1

953.8
947.1
949.4
936.6
945.7
949.3
950.4
948.7
954.0
961.7
958.6
970.8

1,462.3
1,472.4
1,477.9
1,484.0
1,489.9
1,502.9
1,511.8
1,514.6
1,531.8
1,538.6
1,554.7
1,564.6

June
July
August
September
October
November
December

2,915.9
2,981.1
2,991.2
3,016.0
3,024.8
3,049.6
3,069.9
3,105.4
3,098.9
3,108.5
3,118.2
3,147.1

367.1
393.2
394.5
401.0
396.2
406.9
412.4
427.7
419.1
402.1
406.8
417.6

972.5
999.5
995.1
1,002.8
1,007.5
1,012.5
1,014.0
1,020.3
1,020.8
1,023.8
1,028.2
1,036.2

1,576.3
1,588.5
1,601.7
1,612.2
1,621.1
1,630.2
1,643.5
1,657.3
1,659.1
1,682.6
1,683.2
1,693.3

1988
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

3,182.3
3,189.6
3,225.5
3,228.9
3,260.6
3,292.1
3,310.2
3,331.4
3,338.1
3,381.2
3,393.1
3,420.4

426.8
427.1
432.6
426.3
432.6
440.5
434.9
433.0
432.7
444.6
447.0
467.2

1,036.1
1,035.8
1,052.5
1,053.0
1,062.8
1,070.1
1,078.0
1,087.0
1,092.3
1,102.9
1,109.3
1,105.2

1,719.4
1,726.6
1,740.4
1,749.7
1,765.2
1,781.4
1,797.2
1,811.4
1,813.2
1,833.7
1,836.8
1,848.0

May ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ




Personal consumption expenditures

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Services

1959

1985
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

1987
January
February
March

Year and month

Services

1,178.9

114.4

518.5

546.0

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

1,210.8
1,238.4
1,293.3
1,341.9
1,417.2

115.4
109.4
120.2
130.3
140.7

526.9
537.7
553.0
563.6
588.2

568.5
591.3
620.0
648.0
688.3

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

1,497.0
1,573.8
1,622.4
1,707.5
1,771.2

156.2
166.0
167.2
184.5
190.8

616.7
647.6
659.0
686.0
703.2

724.1
760.2
796.2
837.0
877.2

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

1,813.5
1,873.7
1,978.4
2,066.7
2,053.8

183.7
201.4
225.2
246.6
227.2

717.2
725.6
755.8
777.9
759.8

912.5
946.7
997.4
1,042.2
1,066.8

1975
1976
1977
1978
1979

2,097.5
2,207.3
2,296.6
2,391.8
2,448.4

226.8
256.4
280.0
292.9
289.0

767.1
801.3
819.8
844.8
862.8

1,103.6
1,149.5
1,196.8
1,254.1
1,296.5

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

2,447.1
2,476.9
2,503.7
2,619.4
2,746.1

262.7
264.6
262.5
297.7
338.5

860.5
867.9
872.2
900.3
934.6

1,323.9
1,344.4
1,368.9
1,421.4
1,473.0

1985
1986
1987
1988

2,865.8
2,969.1
3,052.2
3,162.4

370.1
402.0
403.7
428.7

958.7
991.0
1,011.1
1,035.1

1,537.0
1,576.1
1,637.4
1,698.5

...

1 148 8
1,157.4
1,172.3
1,166.9
1,177.7
1,181.9
1,179.9
1,186.9
1,197.2
1,191.6
1,194.2
1,192.2

108 5
113.6
113.6
115.6
115.9
117.0
115.0
117.2
120.5
112.9
114.2
108.9

5106
511.2
522.9
512.3
519.2
519.3
516.8
519.1
523.7
522.8
521.5
523.0

529 7
532.7
535.8
539.0
542.6
545.7
548.1
550.6
553.0
555.8
558.5
560.3

. ...

1,194.3
1,197.0
1,213.8
1,228.3
1,210.4
1,210.4
1,211.0
1,208.9
1,212.6
1,217.8
1,217.8
1,206.7

109.7
114.9
118.8
123.8
115.5
113.6
113.7
115.7
119.4
117.8
114.1
107.8

521 8
518.1
528.5
536.0
525.1
527.8
529.6
526.3
525.2
529.1
530.7
524.2

562 8
564.0
566.4
568.4
569.8
569.0
567.7
566.9
568.1
570.9
573.0
574.7

1,211.5
1,214.8
1,228.1
1,231.0
1,236.7
1,239.1
1,234.5
1,238.1
1,243.9
1,251.7
1,262.0
1,269.2

105.6
105.8
108.7
106.2
107.4
108.0
108.8
109.8
109.4
111.7
114.7
116.7

529.2
530.6
536.5
537.2
537.2
538.7
534.2
537.0
539.6
540.9
543.9
546.7

576.6
578.4
582.9
587.6
592.0
592.4
591.5
591.3
594.8
599.0
603.4
605.8

June
July
August
September
October
November
December

1,269.7
1,270.7
1,280.2
1,282.6
1,291.3
1,287.2
1,291.6
1,295.3
1,307.7
1,302.7
1,317.6
1,322.6

116.0
116.1
117.9
117.7
120.4
119.1
119.6
118.8
122.1
118.3
126.7
129.9

547.6
547.4
551.6
550.6
552.9
548.2
550.7
553.3
559.5
555.2
559.5
559.9

606.1
607.3
610.7
614.3
618.0
619.9
621.3
623.2
626.0
629.2
631.4
632.9

1963
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

1,322.2
1,319.7
1,325.5
1,328.5
1,329.3
1,339.1
13472
1,353.0
1 351 8
1,351.6
1 359 7
1.374.7

128 5
126.7
126.7
128.4
128.8
131.9
1339
129.6
1302
129.1
1329
137.0

561.4
558.9
562.7
562*1
560.9
562.4
563*4
568.8
563.8
5624
564.3
571.6

632.3
634.2
636.1
638*0
639.7
644.8
649*9
654.5
657.7
660.2
662.6
666.1

1959
January .
February
March
April

May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1960
January .
February
March
Apnl
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1961
January
February
March
April

May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1962
January
February
March
Apnl

May

92

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 2.11.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type
of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Year and month

Personal consumption expenditures

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Table 2.11.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type
of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Year and month

Services

1,380.4
1,389.5
1,394.0
1,396.8
1,411.7
1,419.5
1,429.6
1,438.4
1,433.5
1,442.0
1,429.5
1,441.4

138.4
138.9
136.1
137.9
141.3
142.7
145.6
146.9
141.8
144.9
138.3
135.0

570.8
576.0
580.1
578.0
586.7
590.1
593.8
598.4
595.3
598.0
589.0
602.1

6712
674.6
677.9
680.8
683.6
686.7
6902
693.1
696.3
699.1
7022
704.3

1971
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ....
October
November
December

1,449.9
1,468.6
1,471.5
1,482.8
1,483.5
1,476.4
1,491.4
1,499.6
1,518.3
1,538.9
1,539.1
1,543.7

143.2
153.4
159.9
157.6
152.6
146.9
150.1
155.5
166.3
163.6
163.1
161.5

600.9
607.3
600.1
609.8
612.0
606.6
616.6
616.4
619.8
638.6
634.7
638.3

705.9
707.9
711.6
715.4
718.9
722.8
724.7
727.7
732.1
736.8
741.2
743.9

^
June
July
August
September ....
October
November
December

1,550.7
1,559.0
1,5692
1,572.5
1,561.0
1,564.9
1,577.9
1,577.9
1,590.1
1,583.8
1,586.5
1,592.4

165.2
169.6
174.9
169.3
159.3
157.2
160.3
166.1
172.5
167.9
165.1
164.9

639.8
642.3
643.5
649.5
644.3
647.9
656.0
648.0
651.1
646.9
649.3
651.9

745.7
747.0
750.9
753.6
757.4
759.8
761.5
763.8
766.5
768.9
772.1
775.5

1967
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ....
December ....

1,599.7
1,596.9
1,604.0
1,616.0
1,619.1
1,627.4
1,623.6
1,627.0
1,637.6
1,626.5
1,636.3
1,654.3

166.4
159.4
162.7

654.7
655.8
655.8
657.5
658.6
660.9
655.6
658.2
662.5
655.4
661.7
671.0

778.7
781.6
785.5
788.5
791.6
795.3
799.1
803.3
805.2
806.3
808.4
811.1

1,664.7
1,665.3
1,688.7
1,684.7
1,695.7
1,710.1
1,721.8
1,726.9
1,727.0
1,729.8
1,738.5
1,736.8

176.2
175.2
183.2
177.6
184.5
183.8
188.9
189.1
190.3
190.0
186.8
188.6

670.0
6732
683.3
679.8

818.6
817.0
822.1
827.3
830.4
837.9
839.7
842.1
846.8
849.6
853.6
858.3

1,749.5
1,760.0
1,754.5
1,759.3
1,771.4
1,764.5
1,764.4
1,779.1
1,781.6
1,791.1
1,791.7
1,787.5

193.2
193.8
189.0
191.2
191.1
190.3
186.1
190.4
195.1
190.8
190.4
187.8

695.3
700.9
699.9
701.0
706.5
699.4
701.9
707.9
701.7
710.2
708.4
705.3

1,800.6
1,805.8
1,795.0
1.797.6
1,809.0
1,816.0
1,817.0
1,824.4
1,832.7
1,822.0
1,813.0
1,828.6

184.5
189.3
181.9
185.2
187.8
188.9
187.3
189.4
187.9
181.0
169.3
172.2

716.7
712.4
714.6
709.6
715.7
716.8
715.6
716.7
721.7
718.6
720.5
728.0

1964
January
February
March . .
April

Hay
June
July
August
September ....
October
November
December
1965
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ....
October
November
December

171.2
168.9
165.5
170.0
164.8
166.2
172.3

1968
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ....
December ....

1969
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ...
December ...
1970
January
February
March
Aoril

SCy:::::..
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...




Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Services

1,860.0
1,870.9
1,866.6
1,873.4
1,890.6
1,8952
1,903.2
1,915.4

192.7
190.8
195.5
197.1
1952
2012
197.7
2002
211.9
212.1
211.5
210.8

726.4
725.8
719.7
724.6
723.3
726.9
723.2
724.8
724.6
724.1
730.9
733.3

928.6
934.4
935.7
938.2
941.5
942.8
945.7
948.4
954.2
958.9
960.8
971.3

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ....
October
November
December

1,916.1
1,921.3
1,950.4
1,956.7
1,963.5
1,969.6
1,981.8
1,991.6
1,993.8
2,023.7
2,032.2
2,040.5

216.5
212.3
218.9
219.0
221.3
222.5
224.1
227.3
225.8
235.7
238.4
240.8

726.1
732.3
746.2
748.5
754.2
755.5
759.9
761.7
763.5
774.1
773.3
774.8

973.5
976.6
985.3

1,020.5
1,024.9

1973
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ....
December ....

2,057.9
2,066.4
2,067.4
2,059.7
2,065.9
2,060.5
2,076.4
2,058.4
2,086.1
2,071.3
2,074.0
2,056.9

249.6
253.3
257.4
251.5
252.6
240.6
244.9
241.2
251.5
242.9
240.3
233.8

781.6
783.6
777.0
773.9
772.8
774.2
787.5
772.1
781.9
777.5
779.7
773.1

1,026.7
1,029.4
1,033.1
1,034.3
1,040.4
1,045.7
1,044.0
1,045.1
1,052.7
1,050.9
1,054.0
1,050.0

July
August
September ...
October
November ....
December ....

2,056.9
2,046.4
2,049.1
2,056.7
2,062.0
2,058.2
2,062.7
2,0762
2,057.7
2,054.1
2,032.6
2,033.0

232.8
227.0
233.0
232.8
236.8
230.8
232.8
244.5
228.7
217.7
205.3
204.3

771.0
767.0
760.9
763.4
760.6
759.7
761.9
763.1
757.1
756.4
752.5
743.7

1,053.1
1,052.5
1,055.2
1,060.5
1,064.6
1,067.7
1,068.0
1,068.6
1,072.0
1,079.9
1,074.8
1,085.1

1975
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ....
December ....

2,039.5
2,058.0
2,057.8
2,062.4
2,0972
2,101.1
2,110.8
2,1132
2,119.1
2,122.5
2,134.6
2,153.8

212.2
220.1
211.6
211.1
221.0
223.4
231.6
230.2
238.0
233.4
240.7
248.0

750.0
751.9
754.6
752.5
774.5
774.2
772.0
775.4
773.2
770.1
777.5
779.3

1,077.3
1,086.1
1,091.6
1,098.9
1,101.6
1,103.5
1,1072
1,107.6
1,108.0
1,118.9
1,116.4
1,126.5

1976
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ....
December ....

2,177.7
2,174.4
2,185.8
2,197.4
2,183.0
2,203.6
2207.9
2,211.3
2,219.8
2,222.8
2237.4
2265.8

250.9
255.3
255.8
259.1
247.8
256.3
257.0
254.8
256.7
253.7
257.4
271.7

791.2
785.7
790.8
798.4
794.5
804.9
803.5
806.0
806.1
810.2
808.6
816.1

1,135.7
1,133.4
1,139.2
1,140.0
1,140.7
1,142.3
1,147.4
1,150.5
1,156.9
1,158.9
1,171.5
1,177.9

1977
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

2,263.8
2275.2
2274.8
2,276.7
2283.5
2,282.2
2,300.3
2,300.7
2,307.0
2,323.2
2,333.7
2,337.8

263.4
272.4
2812
278.5
277.0
278.9
279.3
282.4
284.8
283.7
2882
290.0

818.3
820.3
814.8
816.6
818.3
812.1
819.4
814.6
816.1
824.6
834.4
828.6

1,1822
1,182.5
1,178.8
1,181.6
1,188.3
1,191.3
1,201.6
1,203.7
1,206.1
1,215.0
1,211.1
1,219.2

1,847.7
1,850.9
1,851.0

1972

1966
January
February
March
April

Personal consumption expenditures

693.3
695.7
689.9
690.2
698.1

860.9
865.3
865.6
867.1
873.7
874.7
876.4
880.8
884.7
890.1
892.9

904.1
898.6
902.8
905.6
9102
914.0
918.4
923.1
922.4
923.3

1974
January
February
March
April
May

June

989.3

987.9
991.7

997.8
1,002.5
1,004.5
1,013.9

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Table 2.11.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type
of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued

Table 2.11.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type
of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued

[Billions of 1987 dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

[Billions of 1987 dollars; months seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

Year and month

Personal consumption expenditures

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Services

Year and month

Personal consumption expenditures

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Services

1978
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ...
December ...

2,318.4
2,349.9
2,373.1
2,384.9
2,393.7
2,403.5
2,391.8
2,412.4
2,409.4
2,413.0
2,419.1
2,432.7

270.2
279.5
287.4
298.9
301.3
300.9
294.8
303.0
287.7
297.0
296.4
297.6

823.6
834.0
842.8
837.9
841.3
843.4
843.0
846.3
854.9
849.1
857.3
864.4

1,224.5
1,236.4
1,242.9
1,248.1
1,251.2
1,259.1
1,254.0
1,263.1
1,266.7
1,266.9
1,265.4
1,270.7

1984
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

2,719.9
2,686.5
2,705.0
2,724.9
2,740.5
2,757.8
2,745.2
2,751.6
2,767.0
2,761.2
2,795.7
2,797.7

335.4
326.1
327.3
333.1
339.7
344.2
339.5
335.9
337.3
338.4
352.2
352.6

927.9
915.8
9182
928.7
933.4
946.5
934.7
935.7
945.0
935.6
947.8
945.4

1,456.7
1,444.6
1,459.5
1,463.0
1,467.4
1,467.0
1,470.9
1,479.9
1,484.8
1,487.1
1,495.7
1,499.7

1979
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

2,428.9
2,442.3
2,442.5
2,430.9
2,435.3
2,439.9
2,437.3
2,459.7
2,467.0
2,462.2
2,470.8
2,463.4

291.9
295.0
294.6
288.5
289.3
279.9
287.4
292.6
297.3
285.0
283.6
282.8

857.5
859.7
864.2
850.5
855.0
864.4
854.3
866.5
869.8
866.6
875.8

1,279.6
1,287.5
1,283.7
1,291.9
1,291.0
1,295.6
1,295.7
1,300.6
1^99.9
1,310.6
1,311.4
1,310.6

1985
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

2,817.2
2,831.1
2,826.3
2,835.9
2,862.8
2,850.5
2,863.7
2,889.9
2,926.4
2,880.8
2,890.2
2,915.0

359.0
357.6
363.8
357.5
373.9
361.7
365.4
381.3
412.5
366.3
367.9
374.5

945.5
953.0
949.0
957.0
957.9
951.9
955.5
961.8
966.5
965.3
971.8
968.9

1,512.7
1,520.4
1,513.5
1,521.4
1,531.0
1,536.9
1,542.7
1,546.8
1,547.4
1,549.2
1,550.5
1,571.6

1980
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

2,482.8
2,464.1
2,446.8
2,416.9
2,406.8
2,418.8
2,438.4
2,441.2
2,441.4
2,469.6
2,461.0
2,477.1

292.5
280.6
266.1
248.4
241.7
248.9
262.7
256.9
255.5
268.4
267.2
264.1

874.5
869.5
863.7

1,315.8
1,314.1
1,317.1
1,308.5
1,307.1
1,315.6
1,322.0
1,325.5
1,332.2
1,340.9
1,337.2
1,350.3

1986
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

2,925.4
2,916.5
2,925.2
2,940.2
2,954.5
2,949.0
2,965.5
2,977.9
3,037.7
2,996.8
2,988.9
3,051.7

388.7
376.4
371.5
390.5
396.2
384.0
395.0
412.7
461.5
410.8
395.7
440.8

976.2
975.8
990.3
985.7
992.3
992.6
993.9
990.7
992.3
1,001.3
996.5
1,004.9

1,560.6
1,564.4
1,563.3
1,564.1
1,566.0
1,572.4
1,576.5
1,574.5
1,583.9
1,584.7
1,596.8
1,606.0

1981
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October
November ...
December ...

2,474.8
2,471.9
2,479.8
2,470.1
2,471.5
2,486.7
2,482.5
2,497.4
2,482.2
2,468.2
2,462.3
2,475.4

268.4
275.5
279.4
265.6
261.4
260.9
264.5
281.3
268.1
251.1
250.1
248.8

871.2
866.3
864.4
868.0
866.6
871.2
867.8

865.0
870.8

1,335.3
1,330.1
1,336.1
1,336.5
1,343.5
1,354.6
1,350.2
1,347.1
1,347.4
1,348.7
1,347.2
1,355.7

1987
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

2,976.9
3,028.9
3,028.7
3,042.8
3,042.1
3,055.5
3,068.2
3,090.2
3,069.1
3,066.5
3,066.9
3,090.8

372.2
398.1
398.0
403.5
398.2
407.5
411.4
425.6
416.2
398.2
402.5
413.2

996.2
1,014.6
1,005.9
1,009.9
1,011.7
1,012.3
1,012.5
1,015.1
1,011.1
1,011.3
1,013.0
1,019.5

1,608.6
1,616.2
1,624.8
1,629.4
1,632.2
1,635.7
1,644.3
1,649.5
1,641.8
1.657.0
1,651.4
1,658.0

1982
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November....
December ....

2,470.2
2,491.4
2,490.4
2,488.5
2,495.2
2,482.9
2,494.5
2,497.0
2,515.9
2,525.0
2,542.0
2,550.8

253.5
262.2
262.0
254.8
267.2
253.8
254.3
256.3
269.4
260.5
277.3
279.3

863.0
872.8
867.1
870.8
868.7
863.5
875.3
870.4
872.4
880.7
877.3
884.3

1,353.7
1,356.4
1,361.2
1,363.0
1,359.2
1,365.6
1.364.9
1,370.3
1,3742
1,383.9
1,387.4
1,387.3

1988
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

3,118.3
3,121.3
3,144.9
3,131.0
3,148.0
3,164.5
3,168.0
3,1772
3,166.5
3,195.7
3,198.9
3,214.0

423.1
423.9
4282
421.1
426.6
432.9
426.4
423.5
421.5
431.9
433.5
452.1

1,018.5
1,019.4
1,032.4
1,025.9
1,031.9
1,035.2
1,036.1
1,042.3
1,039.5
1,046.6
1,050.6
1,043.2

1,676.7
1,678.0
1,684.2
1,684.1
1,689.5
1,696.3
1,705.4
1,711.5
1,705.5
1,717.3
1,714.8
1,718.7

2,548.9
2,548.8
2,571.9
2,587.9
2,600.6
2,623.4
2,6372
2,638.1
2,641.9
2,664.7
2,671.0
2,698.9

274.2
272.7
276.2
287.2
293.3
301.5
306.7
301.6
301.6
315.1
314.7
327.4

882.7
891.5
888.2
892.4
901.0
906.2
905.5
909.6
912.4
918.3
914.9

1,393.1
1,393.5
1,404.2
1,412.5
1,415.0
1,420.9
1,424.3
1,431.0
1,430.7
1,437.2
1,438.0
1,456.6

854.3
853.6
858.8
853.6
860.3
856.7
862.7

1983
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ...
October
November ...
December ...




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3, Government Receipts and Expenditures
Table 3.1 .—Government Receipts and Expenditures
[Billions of dollars]
Line
Receipts .

1959

1961

1960

128.8

138.8

44.5
23.6
41.9
18.8

48.7
22.7
45.5
21.9

1315

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Corporate profits tax accruals
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals .
Contributions for social insurance

1963

1962

135.2

1964

1965

1966

1967

1970

1968

1971

155.8
50.3
22.8
48.1
22.9

167.5

172.9

187.0

210.7

226.4

260.9

294.0

299.8

318.9

364.2

408.5

54.8
24.0
51.7
25.4

58.0
26.2
54.7
28.5

56.0
28.0
58.8
30.1

61.9
30.9
62.7
31.6

71.0
33.7
65.4
40.6

77.9
32.7
70.4
45.5

92.1
39.4
79.0
50.4

109.9
39.7
86.6
57.9

109.0
34.4
94.3
62.2

108.7
37.7
103.6
68.9

132.0
41.9
111.4
79.0

140.6
49.3
121.0
97.6

158.7

165.9

174.5

185.8

211.6

240.2

265.5

284.0

311.2

338.1

368.1

401.6

48.1
51.7

107.0
51.6
55.4

116.8
55.5
61.4

122.3
59.3
62.9

128.3
64.4
63.9

136.3
69.3
67.0

155.9
78.4
77.5

175.6
87.4
88.1

191.5
97.8
93.7

201.8
107.5
94.3

212.7
119.5
93.2

224.3
130.4
94.0

241.5
142.6
98.9

257.7
155.1
102.6

29.3
27.5
1.9

33.6
31.5
2.1

34.7
32.6
2.1

36.6
34.5
2.1

38.1
36.0
2.1

41.1
39.1
2.1

45.8
43.6
2.2

54.5
52.3
2.1

62.6
60.6
1.9

69.3
67.5
1.8

83.8
81.8
2.0

99.4
97.0
2.4

110.9
108.4
2.5

126.6
124.1
2.5

6.3

6.9
10.1
9.8
.3
3.3

6.4
9.9
9.6
.3
3.5

6.9
10.8
10.4
.3
3.9

7.4
11.6
11.2
.4
4.2

7.9
12.5
12.0
.5
4.6

8.1
13.2
12.7
.5
5.1

8.5
14.5
13.9
.5
6.0

8.9
15.7
152
.6
6.8

10.3
18.1
17.4
.7
7.7

11.5
19.8
19.0
.8
8.3

12.4
22.3
21.2
1.0
9.9

12.5
23.1
21.3
1.8
10.6

12.9
24.8
22.1
2.7
11.9

15.2
29.6
25.7
3.8
14.4

1.4

1.2

1.2

1.5

2.6

2.4

3.4

2.6

4.3
3.1

4.7
3.1

5.0
2.3

5.0
2.6

7.0
3.6

5.6
3.0
0

44.9
54.1

Transfer payments (net)
To persons
To rest of the world (net).
Net interest paid
Interest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less: Interest received by government'
Less: Dividends received by government*

.3

Subsidies less current surplus of government enter-

-.9
1.1
2.0

Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

2.1
2.0

2.4
2.1

3.1
2.8
0

0

Social insurance funds ,
Other
Line

0

-3.0

-2.9

2.2
-5.3

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.

0

-3.1

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

Receipts .

1973

27.5
25.7
1.8

Expenditures .
Purchases
Compensation of employees.
Other

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Corporate profits tax accruals
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals .
Contributions for social insurance

1972

1.4
-4.4

3.3
-6.2

1974

1975

1976

1977

4.0
2.6

1979

1978

0

0

0

0

.2

.3

-1.0

-13.7

-4.6

10.0

-11.5

-192

-3.9

6.9

5.4
-4.2

5.0
-3.4

0

1.2

11.4
-12.4

10.9
-24.6

10.5
-15.1

13.6
-3.6

10.7
-22.2

7.7
-26.8

11.1
-15.0

18.6
-11.8

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

450.7

465.8

532.6

598.4

6732

754.7

825.7

941.9

960.5

1,016.4

1,123.6

1217.0

1290.8

1,405.2

1,492.4

159.1
51.8
129.3
110.5

156.4
50.9
140.0
118.5

182.3
64.2
151.6
134.5

210.0
73.0
165.5
149.8

240.1
83.5
177.8
171.8

280.2
88.0
188.7
197.8

312.4
84.8
212.0
216.6

360.2
81.1
249.3
251.3

371.4
63.1
256.4
269.6

368.8
77.2
280.1
290.2

395.1
94.0
309.5
325.0

436.8
96.5
329.9
353.8

459.0
106.5
345.5
379.8

512.5
127.1
365.0
400.7

527.7
137.0
385.3
442.3

4552

530.6

5705

6152

670.3

745.3

861.0

972.3

1,069.1

1,156.2

1,232.4

1,3422

1,437.5

1,516.9

1,590.7

Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other

288.3
168.8
119.5

321.4
187.7
133.7

341.3
203.9
137.4

368.0
220.6
147.4

403.6
240.7
162.9

448.5
261.9
186.7

507.1
289.8
217.3

561.1
318.4
242.6

607.6
345.8
261.8

652.3
368.9
283.3

700.8
394.1
306.7

772.3
423.6
348.8

833.0
449.6
383.4

881.5
478.7
402.8

918.7
511.7
407.0

Transfer payments (net)
To persons
To rest of the world (net).

150.5
147.4
3.2

189.2
185.7
3.5

206.5
202.8
3.7

220.9
217.5
3.4

238.6
234.8
3.8

266.9
262.8
4.1

317.6
312.6
5.0

360.7
355.7
5.0

402.7
396.3
6.4

433.4
426.1
7.3

447.2
437.8

479.5
468.1
11.4

509.4
497.1
12.3

531.8
521.3
10.4

566.2
555.9
10.4

16.3
33.6
29.4
4.3
17.3

18.5
37.7
33.1
4.5
192

22.8
43.6
39.1
4.5
20.9

24.4
47.9
42.3
5.5
23.5

26.5
56.8
48.1
8.7
30.3

28.7
68.6
57.5
11.1
39.9

33.4
83.9
71.2
12.7
50.5

48.1
110.2
92.9
17.3
62.1

55.5
130.6
111.3
19.3
75.0

61.8
146.6
127.6
19.0
84.8

79.1
174.6
153.5
21.2
95.6

88.3
195.9
172.9
23.0
107.6

90.6
207.9
183.8
24.1
117.3

95.4
215.9
190.6
25.3
120.5

101.8
229.9
199.7
30.2
128.1

1.3

1.7

2.0

1.9

2.3

2.9

3.4

3.9

4.5

5.1

5.9

6.9

2.6

1.4

3.3

3.6

2.9

4.8

9.5

6.4

9.7

5.0
2.4

5.7
4.4

7.7
4.4

9.4
5.8

9.2
6.3

10.6
5.8

22.5
13.0

22.5
16.1

26.9
17.2

32.0
17.9

31.3
20.4

Expenditures .

Net interest paid
Interest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less: Interest received by government1

.9

Less: Dividends received by government*
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Less: Wage accruals less disbursements
Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds ,
Other

3.7
3.4

12.2
7.5

15.5
9.3

22.1
10.4

0

-.5

.1

.1

.1

.3

-.2

-.4

.2

-.2

-4.5

-64.8

-38.3

-16.8

25

9.4

-35.3

-30.3

-108.6

-139.8

-108.8

-125.3

-146.8

-111.7

-98.3

16.9
-21.3

-.7
-64.1

2.7
-41.0

6.8
-23.6

18.7
-15.7

27.1
-17.6

14.0
-49.3

18.2
^8.5

5.8
-114.4

9.1
-148.9

44.2
-153.0

57.8
-183.1

70.5
-217.3

81.9
-193.6

109.9
-208.2

1. Prior to 1968, dividends received is included in interest received (line 17).




6.2

0

.1

0

0

0

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

95

Table 3.2.—Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1967

1968

1970

1971

1972

1973

90.6

97.0

99.0

107.2

115.5

116.2

125.8

143.5

152.6

176.8

199.6

195.2

202.6

232.0

263.7

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Estate an
Nontaxes

39.8
38.4
1.4
0

43.5
41.7
1.8
0

44.6
42.6
2.0
0

48.5
46.4
2.1
.1

51.3
49.0
2.2
.1

48.4
45.8
2.6
.1

53.7
50.9
2.8
.1

61.5
58.4
3.0
0

67.2
64.1
3.1
.1

79.3
76.2
3.1
0

94.7
91.1
3.6
.1

92.2
88.5
3.7
.1

89.9
85.3
4.6
.1

107.8
102.3
5.4
.1

114.3
109.1
5.1
.1

Corporate profits tax accruals
Federal Reserve banks
Other

22.5
.9
21.6

21.4
.9
20.6

21.5
.7
20.8

22.5
.8
21.7

24.6
.9
23.7

26.1
1.6
24.6

28.9
1.3
27.6

31.4
1.6
29.8

30.0
1.9
28.1

36.1
2.5
33.6

36.1
3.0
33.0

30.6
3.5
27.1

33.5
3.4
30.1

36.6
3.2
33.4

43.3
4.3
38.9

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes

12.6
11.2
1.0

13.5
12.0
1.1

13.7
12.2
1.0

14.7
13.0
1.2

15.4
13.5
1.2

16.3
14.2
1.3

16.6
13.9
1.6
1.1

15.7
12.6
1.9
1.2

16.5
13.3
1.9
1.2

18.2
14.7
2.3
1.3

19.2
15.5
2.4
1.3

19.5
15.7
2.5
1.3

20.5
16.0
3.1
1.4

20.1
15.6
3.0
1.5

21.5
16.7
3.3
1.6

Receipts

.4

.5

19.2

21.5

93.4
55.3
45.3
10.0

101.7
58.6
47.9
10.6

110.6
65.4
52.1
13.3

21.9
20.1

Purchases
National defense
Nondefense
"ransfer paym
To persons
To rest of the world (net)

.5

18.5

93.2
57.1
46.4
10.8

Expenditures

.4

15.7

Contributions for social insurance

23.4
21.6
1.9

27.1
25.0
2.1

1.8

Grants-in-aid to State and local governments

6.8

Net interest paid
Interest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less: Interest received by government

6.2

0

114.4

25.4

6.3
7.6
7.3
.3
1.4

66.4
51.5
14.9

118.8
67.5
50.4
17.0

27.7
25.6
2.1

29.1
27.0
2.1

30.0
27.9
2.1

8.0

6.5
6.8
8.1
7.8
.3
1.3

.8
24.3

9.1
7.3
8.9
8.5
.4
1.6

8.0
9.6
9.1
.5
1.6

34.9

38.9

43.2

49.6

52.9

58.7

67.5

84.6

144.9

165.2

181.5

191.0

208.5

224.3

249.3

270.3

69.5
51.0
18.5

81.3
62.0
19.3

92.8
73.4
19.4

992
79.1
20.0

100.5
78.9
21.6

100.1
76.8
23.3

100.0
74.1
25.9

106.9
77.4
29.4

108.5
77.5
31.1

32.4
30.3
2.1

35.7
33.5
2.2

42.3
40.2
2.1

48.1
46.2
1.9

52.6
50.8
1.8

63.6
61.6
2.0

75.4
73.0
2.4

83.5
80.9
2.5

96.2
93.7
2.5

15.9

18.6

20.3

24.4

29.0

37.5

40.6

8.4
10.0
9.6
.5
1.7

9.2
11.1
10.5
.5
1.9

9.8
12.0
11.4
.6
22

11.3
13.8
13.1
.7
2.5

12.7
14.9
14.2
.8
2.2

14.1
16.6
15.6
1.0
2.5

13.8
16.6
14.7
1.8
2.7

14.4
17.3
14.6
2.7
2.8

18.0
21.1
17.3
3.8
3.1

10.4

6.8
8.3
8.0
.3
1.5

26.6
124.6

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

1.1

1.4

2.5

2.7

2.4

2.9

3.2

4.3

4.4

4.9

62

6.1

7.6

6.9

1.1
0

1.2
-.2

2.1

2.4
-.3

2.3

2.8
-.1

4.0
-.4

3.9
-.4

4.3

-.1

3.1
-.2

4.6
-.2

4.9
-1.3

4.9
-1.1

6.9
-.6

5.5
-1.4

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

-2.6

3.5

1.1

-2.6

1.3

-1.4

-12.7

2.2
-1.1

2.8
-5.3

2.0
-.8

7.5
-8.9

6.1
-18.8

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other

1974

0
-2.6
-1.1
-1.6

.2
-2.8
Line

-.4

1976

1975

0
-3.4
.7
-4.1
1977

1979

1978

504.7

1980

1981

1982

-.1
0
-4.7

0

8.5

5.2
-9.9
1983

1984

0

-13.3

-21.7

-17.3

-6.6

3.8
-17.1

0

.1
-21.8

2.5
-19.8

9.0
-15.6

1985

1986

.5

1987

0

1988

294.0

294.8

339.9

384.0

4412

553.0

639.0

635.4

725.8

788.6

827.2

913.8

972.3

130.9
126.0
4.8
.1

125.4
120.4
4.9
.1

146.6
140.8
5.6
.1

169.1
161.8
72
2

193.8
188.4
5.2
2

229.7
224.0
5.5
2

256.2
249.5
6.5
2

297.2
290.1
6.9
.3

302.9
295.0
7.5
.3

292.6
286.3
5.8
.5

308.0
301.5
6.0
.5

342.8
335.8
6.4
.6

357.4
349.9
7.0
.5

400.6
392.5
7.2
.9

410.1
401.3
7.6
1.1

Corporate profits tax accruals
Federal Reserve banks
Other

45.1
5.6
39.6

43.6
5.4
38.2

54.6
5.9
48.7

61.6
5.9
55.7

71.4
7.0
64.4

74.4
9.3
65.1

70.3
11.7
58.6

65.7
14.0
51.7

49.0
15.2
33.8

61.3
14.2
47.1

752
16.1
59.2

76.3
17.8
58.5

83.8
17.8
66.0

103.2
17.7
85.4

111.0
17.4
93.6

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes

22.1
16.5
3.7
1.9

24.2
16.4
5.9
2.0

23.8
17.0
4.6
2.2

25.6
17.5
5.4
2.7

28.9
18.5
7.1
3.3

30.1
18.5
7.5
4.1

39.6
26.9
72
5.6

57.3
41.7
8.6
7.0

49.7
32.7
8.6
8.3

53.5
35.9
9.1
8.5

57.8
36.3
11.9

58.6
34.8
12.2
11.6

53.5
30.7
13.7
9.1

58.4
32.1
15.5
10.8

60.9
34.6
16.4
9.8

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes

95.9

101.7

115.0

127.7

147.1

170.4

186.8

218.8

233.8

252.6

284.8

310.9

332.5

351.5

390.4

Expenditures

305.6

364.2

392.7

426.4

469.3

520.3

613.1

697.8

770.9

840.0

892.7

969.9

1,028.2

1,065.6

1,109.0

Purchases
National defense
Nondefense
Transfer payments (net)

117.6
82.6
35.0

129.4
89.6
39.8

135.8
93.4
42.4

147.9
100.9
47.0

1622
108.9
53.3

179.3
121.9
57.5

209.1
142.7
66.4

240.8
167.5
73.3

266.6
193.8
72.7

292.0
214.4
77.5

310.9
233.1
77.8

344.3
258.6
85.7

367.8
276.7
91.1

384.9
292.1
92.9

387.0
295.6
91.4

118.2
115.0
32

150.3
146.8
3.5

163.0
159.3
3.7

173.6
170.1
3.4

1862
182.4
3.8

209.7
205.7
4.1

252.0
247.0
5.0

287.1
282.1
5.0

322.8
316.4
6.4

347.5
340.2
7.3

353.7
344.3
9.4

378.3
366.8
11.4

398.4
386.2
12.3

412.2
401.8
10.4

436.3
425.9
10.4

Contributions for social insurance

To rest of the worid (net)
Grants-in-aid to State and local governments

43.9

54.6

61.1

67.5

77.3

80.5

88.7

87.9

83.9

87.0

94.4

100.3

107.6

102.8

111.3

Net interest paid
Interest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less: Interest received by government

20.7
24.0
19.7
4.3
3.3

23.0
26.6
22.1
4.5
3.6

26.8
31.1
26.6
4.5
4.3

29.1
342
28.7
5.5
5.1

34.6
41.9
33.2
8.7
7.3

42.1
51.4
40.3
11.1
9.3

52.7
64.5
51.8
12.7
11.8

71.7
87.4
70.1
17.3
15.7

84.4
103.4
84.1
19.3
19.0

92.7
114.3
95.3
19.0
21.6

113.1
137.7
116.5
212
24.6

127.0
153.8
130.8
23.0
26.8

131.0
159.9
135.9
24.1
28.9

136.6
164.0
138.7
25.3
27.5

146.0
175.5
145.3
30.2
29.5

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Less: Wage accruals less disbursements
Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other




4.7

7.1

62

8.4

9.2

8.7

10.6

10.3

13.3

20.4

20.8

19.9

23.4

29.1

28.4

3.6
-1.1

4.9
-22

5.6

7.5
-1.0

92
0

8.9
2

10.3
-.4

11.8
1.4

15.0
1.8

21.7
1.3

22.1
1.3

22.2
2.3

26.6
3.2

31.7
2.7

30.9
2.5

.1

-.5

.1

.1

.1

.1

-.4

2

-2

-11.6

-69.4

-52.9

-42.4

-28.1

-15.7

-60.1

-58.8

-1355

-180.1

-166.9

-181.4

-201.0

-151.8

-136.6

5.9
-17.5

-13.8
-55.6

-12.9
-39.9

-11.1
-312

-1.5
-26.6

3.4
-19.1

-12.9
-472

-11.6
-472

-30.8
-104.7

-32.4
-147.6

1.4
-1682

10.9
-192.3

17.8
-218.8

27.0
-178.9

53.2

0

0

0

0

0

0

96

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.2.—Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

Line
Receipts

88.4

92.2

90.6

91.2

98.3

97.3

96.6

95.7

95.7

97.6

99.7

102.9

104.4

106.1

108.4

109.9

112.7

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes

38.4
37.1
1.3
0

39.6
382
1.3
0

40.1
38.6
1.5
0

41.2
39.6
1.5
0

42.7
41.1
1.6
0

43.5
41.7
1.8
0

43.9
422
1.6
0

44.1
42.0
2.0
0

44.1
42.1
2.0
0

442
42.4
1.8
0

44.7
42.7
2.0
0

45.3
43.3
2.0
0

46.3
44.4
1.9
.1

48.0
45.8
2.2
.1

50.4
48.2
2.1
.1

50.9
48.7
22
.1

Corporate profits tax accruals
Federal Reserve banks
Other

22.3
.7
21.6

24.4
.8
23.6

21.9
1.0
20.9

21.4
1.2
20.2

23.7
.9
22.7

20.8

19.8

19.7
.8
18.9

19.4
.7
18.7

20.7
.7
20.1

21.9
.7
21.3

23.9
.7
23.2

22.3
.8
21.5

22.1
.8
21.3

492
47.1
2.1
.1
22.7
.8
21.9

22.8
.8
21.9

22.9
.8
22.1

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes

12.2
10.9
1.0

12.5
11.0
1.1

12.8
11.4
1.1

12.9
11.4
1.1

13.7
12.1
1.2

13.6
12.1
1.1
.4

13.5
12.1
1.0

13.4
11.9
1.0

13.4
11.9
1.0

13.5
12.1
1.0

13.7
12.1
1.1

142
12.5
1.1

14.5
12.8
12

14.5
12.8
1.2

14.9
13.1
1.2

15.0
13.2
1.2
.6

.4

.4

.4

.4

.4

15.5

15.8

15.7

15.8

18.3

91.5
56.3
46.9
9.4

92.6
57.7
46.3
11.5

94.6
57.6
46.3
11.3

94.3
56.9
45.9
11.0

90.4
53.7
44.7
9.1

21.7
19.9
1.9

21.5
19.8
1.7

21.8
20.1

22.7
20.7
2.0

22.1
20.5
1.6

Grants-in-aid to State and local governments

6.7

6.4

Net interest paid
Interest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less: Interest received by government

5.6

5.9

0
0

0
0

Contributions for social insurance
Expenditures
Purchases
National defense
".
Nondefense
Transfer payments (net)
To persons
To rest of the world (net)

".'.

.......

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

1.2

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

1.0
0

6.4

.5

.5

.5

.5

.5

.5

.5

18.5

18.9

19.1

19.3

19.6

21.2

21.5

54.2
44.6
9.6

94.3
55.8
45.6
102

96.8
57.3
46.2
11.1

98.8
56.7
46.9
9.7

101.6
582
47.6
10.6

102.3
58.7
47.8
10.9

103.9
60.6
49.4
11.2

108.2
63.7
51.9
11.8

109.6
65.1
52.3
12.8

22.9
21.1
1.8

23.8
21.8
2.0

24.8
22.8
2.1

26.6
24.5
2.1

27.4
25.3
2.1

27.4
25.4
2.0

27.0
24.8
2.2

27.6
25.3
2.3

18.4
92.3

111.3
66.2
52.1
14.1

1132
66.7
52.0
14.7

65.4
51.3
14.1

272
252
2.0

27.6
25.6
2.0

28.4
26.2
22

29.4
27.5
1.9

6.8

62

6.6

6.7

6.6

72

7.2

7.3

7.4

7.8

7.9

7.9

8.3

8.5

7.1
8.4
7.9
.4
12

7.1
8.2
7.9
.3
1.2

6.6
8.0
7.7
.3
1.4

6.4
7.8
7.5
.3
1.3

6.3
7.6
7.3
.3
1.3

6.2
7.5
7.3
.3
1.3

6.3
7.6
7.3
.3
1.4

62
7.7
7.4
.3
1.5

6.4
7.9
7.6
.3
1.5

6.6
82
7.9
.3
1.6

6.9
8.5
8.1
.3
1.5

7.1
8.6
8.3
.4
1.5

7.1
8.7
8.3
.4
1.6

2.6

2.7

2.6

2.7

2.8

2.6

2.8

2.3

1.1
0

1.1
-.1

1.1
-.3

1.3
-.3

1.7
-.4

2.1
-.5

2.3
-.4

2.4
-2

2.4
-.3

2.5
-.3

2.3
-.3

2.4
-.4

2.1
-.1

1.5
1.1
-.1

.6
21.8

6.7

1.0

1.2
0

1.8
7.5

.4
18.6

15.0
13.2
12
.5

1.4
-.1

1.6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

-O.4

-4.0

-3.1

7.9

5.0

2.3

-1.1

-3.0

-3.9

-2.6

-1.0

-3.9

-3.5

-2.9

-3.3

0.1

.4
-3.5

Social insurance funds
Other

0

-3.1

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.

.6
-.9

.3
-42

-.4
-2.7

2.6
5.3

1.4
.9

.4
-1.5

-.8
-22

-1.4
-2.5

-1.3
-1.3

-.7
-.3

.7
-4.5

.7
-4.2

1.0
-3.8

.5
-3.9

1.1
-.9

1964

1963

0

1965

0

1967

1966

Une

116.4

117.8

116.7

113.4

1165

118.3

124.1

1255

124.6

128.7

137.9

142.9

145.4

147.8

149.0

149.7

153.6

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes

51.4
49.0
2.4
.1

51.7
49.5
2.1
.1

502
47.8
2.3
.1

46.2
43.6
2.6
.1

47.9
45.2
2.7
.1

49.5
46.7
2.7
.1

532
50.3
2.8
.1

54.4
51.7
2.6
.1

53.1
502
2.8
.1

54.4
51.3
3.0
.1

57.4
54.2
3.1
0

61.0
57.8
3.1
0

62.6
59.6
3.0
0

64.9
62.0
2.9
0

65.7
62.6
3.1
.1

65.4
62.4
3.0
.1

68.2
64.9
3.2
.1

Corporate profits tax accruals
Federal Reserve banks
Other

25.2
.9
24.3

25.8
.9
24.8

25.9
1.5
24.4

26.0
1.6
24.4

26.6
1.6
24.9

26.1
1.7
24.4

27.5
12
26.3

28.4
1.3
27.1

28.9
1.3
27.6

30.8
1.4
29.4

31.7
1.5
30.3

31.7
1.6
302

31.4
1.7
29.7

30.8
1.8
29.0

29.7
1.9
27.8

29.4
1.9
27.5

29.6
1.9
27.8

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes

15.4
13.6
12

15.6
13.7
12

15.7
13.8
12

16.0
14.1
1.3

16.5
14.2
1.3

.6

.6

17.0
14.5
1.4
1.0

17.5
15.0
1.4
1.1

16.8
14.1
1.6
1.1

15.9
13.1
1.7
1.1

162
13.3
1.7
1.2

15.1
12.1
1.8
1.2

15.9
12.8
1.9
1.2

15.8
12.7
1.9
12

162
13.0
1.9
1.3

16.1
13.0
1.9
1.1

16.4
13.3
1.9
1.2

16.5
13.5
1.8
1.3

Contributions for social insurance

24.4

24.8

24.9

115.5
67.4
51.4
16.0

116.8
672
51.6
15.6

118.4

28.9
26.8
2.1

29.5
27.3
2.3

Grants-in-aid to State and local governments

9.4

Net interest paid
Interest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less*, interest received by government

7.4
9.0
8.6
.4
1.6

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

2.5

2.5

2.9

3.0

3.1

2.8

3.1

2.4

2.5
0

2.8
-.1

2.9
-.1

2.7
-.4

2.7
0

3.0
-.1

4.8

Receipts

Expenditures
Purchases
National defense
Nondefense
Transfer payments (net)
To persons
To rest of the world (net)

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements
Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other




-.1
0
0.8
2.7
-1.8

.6

.9

252

25.6

25.8

26.0

26.3

26.7

27.4

33.8

34.3

35.5

35.9

37.5

38.5

39.3

118.8
67.4
50.3
17.1

1185

121.1

127.2

131.1

136.5

141.9

148.2

153.1

162.8

162.0

166.0

66.6
49.4
17.2

66.1
48.6
17.6

67.6
49.7
17.9

70.0
50.9
19.1

74.1
54.7
19.3

75.9
56.8
19.1

802
60.1
20.1

83.8
64.4
19.4

85.3
66.8
18.4

91.8
71.3
20.4

91.4
72.4
19.0

93.2
74.5
18.7

30.1
28.1
2.0

119.3
68.2
50.9
17.3
29.8
27.6
22

118.6

29.9
27.8
2.1

30.1
27.9
2.2

31.0
29.1
1.8

31.0
28.7
2.3

34.3
322
2.1

33.1
31.1
2.0

34.7
32.1
2.6

34.0
31.8
2.2

35.5
33.4
2.1

38.5
36.6
1.9

41.3
39.2
2.1

41.9
39.8
2.1

43.1
40.6
2.5

9.9

10.1

10.4

10.5

10.7

10.5

11.0

11.3

11.6

13.3

14.4

14.9

15.0

15.3

14.9

16.0

7.6
92
8.7
.4
1.6

7.8
9.4
8.9
.4
1.6

7.9
9.5
9.0
.4
1.6

8.0
9.7
92
.4
1.7

8.4
9.7
92
.5
1.4

8.1
9.9
9.4
.5
1.8

8.3
10.0
9.5
.5
1.8

8.4
10.0
9.6
.5
1.7

8.8
10.3
9.7
.5
1.4

8.7
10.5
10.0
.5
1.8

9.0
10.9
10.3
.5
1.9

9.3
112
10.6
.6
1.9

9.7
11.6
11.1
.6
2.0

9.9
11.9
11.3
.5
2.0

9.6
11.8
112
.6
2.2

9.7
11.9
11.3
.6
22

3.1

32

3.5

3.9

4.4

4.7

4.8

4.5

4.3

3.1
-.1

3.0
-2

32
-.3

3.6
-.3

4.0
-.4

4.1
-.6

4.3
-.5

4.1
-.5

3.9
-.3

3.7
-.3

0

0

-2.6

-2.4

1.4

05

-2.8

-5.3

-13.8

-12.3

-12.4

.4
-3.0

2.0
-4.4

7.6
-6.2

7.9
-6.9

8.0
-10.8

6.4
-11.8

5.4
-192

5.9
-18.2

6.4
-18.7

67.6
512
16.4

.1

0

0

-1

0

1.0

-1.8

-55

-12

-O.3

5.2

2.6
-1.6

1.8
-3.6

2.8
-8.7

3.0
-5.3

3.5
-3.7

97

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.2.—Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

166.1

1971

1970

1969

1968

1972

187.7

197.8

201.1

199.0

200.4

194.1

193.6

198.7

201.0

202.6

207.9

2272

228.6

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes

71.4
68.6
2.8
.1

74.3
71.1

3.1
0

84.0
80.8
3.2
0

87.7
84.2
3.4
0

93.6
90.1
3.5
0

96.5
92.7
3.7
.1

93.8
90.2
3.5
.1

95.0
91.3
3.6
.1

94.0
90.2
3.8
.1

94.8
91.0
3.7
.1

89.6
86.0
3.6
.1

90.6
86.8
3.7
.1

87.0
83.1
3.8
.1

88.5
84.6
3.8
.1

90.0
85.8
4.1
.1

94.3
87.7
6.6
.1

106.3
99.8
6.4
.1

106.7
102.0
4.6
.1

Corporate profits tax accruals
Federal Reserve banks
Other

35.3
2.3
33.0

35.9
2.4
33.5

36.1
2.5
33.5

36.9
2.6
34.3

37.5
2.8
34.7

36.5
3.0
33.5

35.3
3.1
32.2

35.0
3.3
31.7

30.4
3.4
27.0

30.5
3.5
27.0

31.4
3.6
27.8

30.1
3.5
26.6

33.3
3.4
29.9

34.0
3.3
30.7

33.2
3.4
29.8

33.4
3.4
30.0

35.0
3.2
31.8

35.2
3.2
32.0

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes

17.5
14.1
2.1
1.3

18.1
14.6
2.2
1.3

18.6
15.0
2.4
1.2

18.7
15.1
2.3
1.2

18.6
15.4
2.0
1.2

19.2
15.3
2.6
1.3

19.6
15.8
2.5
1.3

19.3
15.6
2.4
1.3

19.2
15.5
2.4
1.3

19.5
15.8
2.4
1.3

19.5
15.8
2.5

19.5
15.7
2.6
1.3

20.8
16.9
2.6
1.3

202
16.1
2.7
1.4

20.4
15.8
3.2
1.4

20.5
15.1
4.0
1.4

19.8
15.2
3.1
1.5

19.9
15.6
2.8
1.5

Contributions for social insurance

41.9

42.9

43.7

44.4

48.1

49.0

50.3

51.1

52.1

52.7

175.3

180.8

183.3

186.7

185.8

189.4

193.3

195.7

197.1

211.2

98.0
78.3
19.8

98.6
79.4
192

99.4
79.1
20.4

100.6
79.8
20.8

99.0
77.8
21.1

99.6
78.2
21.5

102.2
79.9
22.4

101.3
79.9
21.4

101.4
78.8
22.6

99.6
76.0
23.6

210.8
99.6
76.1
23.5

44.8
43.1
1.7

47.9
46.0
1.9

49.3
472
2.0

50.4
48.2
2.2

51.0
49.5
1.5

52.7
50.5
2.2

52.8
51.1
1.7

53.9
52.2
1.8

55.7
53.9
1.8

65.1
63.2
1.9

Receipts

Expenditures
Purchases
National defense
Nondefense
Transfer payments (net)
To persons
To rest of the world (net)

1.2

53.4

57.7

58.4

59.1

59.7

66.1

214.8

216.9

225.4

2262

228.7

239.9

249.3

99.8
76.2
23.6

99.5
75.6
23.9

99.7
73.8
25.9

100.2
72.9
27.4

100.5
74.0
26.5

107.0
78.3
28.7

108.1
78.6
29.5

65.2
63.1
2.0

68.5
66.4
2.2

69.6
67.5
2.0

76.9
74.6
2.3

77.0
74.5
2.5

78.2
75.6
2.6

80.4
77.7
2.7

80.5
77.9
2.6

53.5

Grants-in-aid to State and local governments

17.6

18.7

18.8

19.3

19.0

19.8

20.6

22.0

23.1

24.1

25.0

25.7

27.0

29.5

29.2

30.3

31.4

39.1

Net interest paid
Interest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less: Interest received by government

10.6
13.1
12.4
.7
2.5

11.3
13.8
13.1
.7
2.5

11.4
14.2
13.5
.7
2.8

11.9
14.3
13.6
.7
2.4

12.2
14.3
13.5
.8
2.1

12.5
14.7
13.9
.8
2.2

12.7
15.0
14.2
.8
2.3

13.5
15.8
15.0
.8
2.3

13.8
16.2
15.4
.8
2.4

13.9
16.5
15.5
1.0
2.6

14.5
17.0
15.9
1.1
2.5

14.3
16.8
15.7
1.2
2.5

14.3
16.6
15.3
1.3
2.3

13.5
16.3
14.7
1.6
2.8

13.8
16.6
14.5
2.1
2.8

13.7
16.8
14.4
2.4
3.0

14.2
16.8
14.3
2.5
2.7

14.2
17.0
14.5
2.6
2.8

4.7

4.8

5.0

5.0

5.7

6.4

6.2

6.5

6.5

5.8

5.9

4.4
-.3

4.5
-.3

4.8
-.3

4.8
-.2

4.8
-.8

4.9
-1.6

4.9
-1.3

5.1
-1.4

4.9
-1.5

5.0
-.8

4.8
-1.1

5.1
-1.0

5.8
-1.0

6.5
-.7

2.5

-2.1

0

0

0

12.0

11.7

5.6

4.7

-1.4

-13.7

-16.8

-21.2

-18.1

-24.4

-23.6

-20.8

-12.6

-20.7

8.5
-2.9

8.7
-3.9

9.3
-10.7

-15.1

3.5
-20.3

-22.3

4.1
-22.3

-2.5
-21.9

-23.2

-1.0
-19.7

3.0
-15.6

-24.9

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

4.4

4.3
4.1
-.1

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

4.3
-.1

4.4
0

0

0

-9.7

-0.9

6.6
-15.8

Social insurance funds
Other

0

-9.2

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.

4.8
-14.4

5.0
-5.8

1972

4.3
-.1
0
1.0
4.7
-3.6

1974

1973

1975

.1

1976

One
232.3

240.0

256.7

260.0

2642

274.0

281.7

2912

303.3

299.9

294.4

262.0

307.1

315.8

328.6

336.2

343.7

351.0

107.8
102.6
5.0
2

110.5
104.8
5.4
2

109.8
104.0
5.7
2

111.2
106.4
4.7
.1

115.4
110.5
4.8
.1

120.8
115.5
52
.1

124.3
119.0
5.2
.1

129.3
124.3
4.9
.1

134.0
129.2
4.6
.1

136.0
131.5
4.4
.1

136.5
131.9
4.5
.1

99.3
94.3
4.9
.1

130.6
125.3
5.1
.1

135.1
130.0
5.0
.1

137.6
132.3
52
.1

143.6
138.0
5.5
.1

149.4
143.8
5.5
.1

155.6
149.3
6.1
.2

Corporate profits tax accruals
Federal Reserve banks
Other

36.3
3.2
33.1

39.9
3.3
36.6

43.1
3.7
39.4

43.6
42
39.4

42.1
4.6
37.5

44.3
4.9
39.4

42.5
5.1
37.4

44.8
5.5
39.3

49.5
5.8
43.7

43.7
5.8
37.9

36.6
5.5
31.1

39.3
5.4
33.9

48.7
52
43.5

49.7
5.5
442

55.7
5.8
49.9

54.9
5.8
49.1

54.4
5.9
48.5

53.3
6.0
47.3

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes

202
15.7
2.9

20.6
15.9
3.1
1.5

21.3
16.2
3.4
1.7

21.8
16.7
3.3
1.8

212
16.7
3.2
1.4

21.7
17.0
32
1.5

21.6
16.5
3.4
1.7

22.1
16.7
3.6
1.9

22.3
16.5
3.8
1.9

22.3
16.5
3.9
1.9

21.9
15.8
4.1
1.9

23.4
16.3
52
2.0

25.4
16.6
6.9
2.0

26.1
16.8
7.3
2.0

23.1
16.7
4.3
2.1

23.7
17.0
4.6
2.1

24.1
17.1
4.7
2.2

242
17.3
4.6
2.3

Contributions for social insurance

68.1

82.4

83.5

85.5

872

93.2

95.0

97.6

99.5

99.9

102.4

104.9

1122

114.0

115.8

117.9

2432

265.0

266.3

269.3

268.7

276.8

286.7

298.8

311.2

325.8

341.5

3622

371.8

381.4

382.7

384.0

3972

407.1

105.6
76.1
29.6

106.7
76.7
29.9

108.9
78.0
30.9

108.5
77.6
30.9

107.0
75.8
312

109.8
78.5
31.3

112.3
79.1
332

114.3
82.0
32.3

118.8
82.9
35.9

124.9
86.5
38.4

126.1
87.7
38.4

127.7
88.3
39.3

129.8
89.9
39.9

134.1
92.5
41.6

133.2
91.4
41.8

134.0
92.3
41.7

135.7
93.8
41.9

140.1
962
44.0

81.4
78.8
2.6

91.6
89.3
2.3

92.7
90.8
2.0

95.3
92.3
3.0

97.1
94.6
2.5

99.8
97.4
2.4

107.6
104.9
2.7

115.6
111.8
3.7

121.7
118.6
3.0

128.1
124.8
3.3

138.0
134.4
3.7

152.1
148.3
3.8

1542
151.4
2.8

156.7
153.0
3.6

159.0
156.3
2.7

158.6
155.5
3.1

167.6
161.4
6.2

166.6
163.9
2.7

40.9

392

40.8

44.0

43.3

46.0

53.6

57.3

57.9

58.7

592

61.0

65.5

16.3
19.5
16.0
3.5
32

17.4
20.7
16.8
3.9
3.3

18.8
21.8
17.8
4.0
3.0

19.6
22.5
18.5
4.0
3.0

19.7
22.9
18.9
4.0
32

20.2
23.6
19.4
4.2
3.4

21.2
24.6
20.3
4.3
3.4

21.5
24.8
20.3
4.5
3.3

21.8
25.1
20.3
4.9
3.3

22.2
25.8
21.4
4.4
3.6

23.1
27.0
22.5
4.5
3.8

24.8
28.5
24.2
4.4
3.8

25.7
29.9
25.5
4.4
4.1

26.3
30.6
26.2
4.4
4.3

26.9
31.4
26.8
4.6
4.6

28.4
32.6
27.9
4.7
4.2

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes

Expenditures
Purchases
National defense
Nondefense
Transfer payments (net)
To persons
To rest of the world (net)

1.5

Grants-in-aid to State and local governments

33.5

Net interest paid
Interest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less: Interest received by government

14.4
17.3
14.6
2.7
2.9

14.9
17.9
15.0
2.9
3.0

8.3

7.8

72

7.1

6.5

6.9

4.7

4.1

4.7

5.3

6.3

6.6

7.5

8.0

62

5.9

6.1

6.5

7.7
-.7

7.6
-2

6.1
-1.1

5.8
-1.4

5.0
-1.5

5.2
-1.7

3.4
-1.4

3.5
-.5

3.7
-1.0

3.9
-1.4

4.6
-1.7

4.6
-2.0

5.0
-2.5

5.3
-2.7

5.6
-.6

5.3

5.5

5.9

2.1

.1

0

0

-1.4

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

-11.0

-25.0

-$.6

-9.3

-4.5

-2.8

-5.0

-7.6

-73

-25.8

-47.1

-1002

-64.7

-65.6

-54.1

-47.8

-53.5

-56.0

5.1
-16.0

-2.3
-22.7

11.4
-21.1

92
-18.5

-12.5

7.5
-10.3

112
-162

6.9
-14.5

4.9
-12.7

-26.6

-6.8
-40.4

-12.7
-87.4

-18.6
-46.1

-17.0
-48.6

-12.1
-42.1

-10.0
-37.8

-14.8
-38.7

-14.8
-41.2

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Less: Wage accruals less disbursements
Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other




98

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.2.—Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1977

1978

1979

1980

Line

371.7

379.3

386.7

166.7

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes

165.9
160.2
5.5
2

167.7

154.5
12.0
2

56.9
5.9

407.4

161.9
5.7
2

176.0
170.4
5.4
2

434.9

451.5

470.9

487.0

498.8

510.8

522.1

538.6

534.7

554.1

584.6

178.1

187.5

210.7
5.4
.2

224.6
219.1
5.3
2

234.1
228.6
5.4
2

243.7
237.7
5.8
2

243.4
237.1
6.0
2

249.8
243.0
6.5
2

258.9
251.7
7.0
2

272.9

182.2
5.1
2

209.8
204.3
5.3
2

216.3

172.6
5.3
2

199.9
194.6
5.1
2

266.1
6.6
2

Corporate profits tax accruals
Federal Reserve banks
Other

51.1

61.7
6.0
55.7

63.9
5.9
58.0

63.9
6.0
57.9

60.4
6.3
54.1

73.0
6.6
66.4

74.0
72
66.8

78.2
7.9
70.2

75.4
82
67.2

75.6
8.8
66.8

74.8
9.5
65.2

71.9
10.6
61.4

79.9
11.6
68.3

61.8
12.3
49.5

11.0
55.4

73.2
11.9
61.3

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes

24.5
17.1
5.0
2.4

252
17.4
5.3
2.5

26.3
17.6
5.8
2.9

26.4
17.9
5.5
3.0

27.3
17.8
6.4
3.1

28.9
18.5
7.1
3.3

292
18.5
7.3
3.4

302
19.1
7.5
3.6

29.9
18.6
7.6
3.8

302
18.7
7.6
4.0

29.9
18.4
7.3
4.3

30.5
18.6
7.4
4.5

32.8
20.7
72
4.8

39.1
27.0
6.9
52

41.9
29.3
72
5.4

44.8
30.4
7.3
7.1

123.6

126.5

128.9

132.0

141.7

145.5

168.3

171.9

176.0

182.6

184.1

186.9

193.7

496.1

505.4

530.1

549.7

576.0

596.5

627.7

652.1

180.4
122.9
57.5

1892
130.0
59.2

198.6
136.3
62.4

208.5
139.8
68.7

208.8
142.5
662

220.6
1522
68.4

Contributions for social insurance

410.3

473.3

Purchases
National defense
Nondefense

142.7
98.1
44.6

146.8
100.7
46.0

148.8
101.7
47.1

153.3
103.0
50.2

154.9
104.3
50.6

160.7
108.1
52.6

163.7
110.1
53.6

169.4
113.0
56.4

172.5
116.0
56.4

175.2
118.5
56.7

Transfer payments (net)
To persons
To rest of the world (net)

169.6

170.3
166.4
3.9

176.1
172.3
3.8

178.1
175.3

181.2

181.4
177.5

189.3
185.6
3.7

192.8

166.4
3.2

189.1
3.8

197.6
193.7

Grants-in-aid to State and local governments

632

66.2

70.9

Net interest paid
Interest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less: Interest received by government

28.0
32.8
28.0
4.8
4.8

28.5
33.6
28.4
5.1
5.1

28.8
342
28.6
5.6
5.4

6.1
-.7

6.2
-.8

2.9

177.5
3.7

77.6

77.4

30.9
36.2
29.6
6.6
5.3

32.7
38.8
31.0
7.8
6.1

33.5
40.5
32.1
8.4
7.0

35.2
42.9
34.3
8.6
7.7

7.9

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

6.8
-12

212.9
4.0

222.3
2182
4.1

232.3
226.6
5.7

236.9
233.5
3.4

266.2
262.3
3.9

272.4
265.5
6.9

79.6

78.0

78.0

81.9

84.1

85.5

87.4

89.3

92.5

37.1
45.4
35.6
9.8
8.3

39.7
48.3
37.2
11.1
8.6

41.4
502
39.2
11.0

42.3
52.0
40.9
11.1
9.7

44.9
55.1
43.7
11.3
10.2

49.9
60.4
48.1
12.3
10.5

53.4
64.6
52.8
11.9
11.2

52.3
64.7
52.5
12.1
12.4

552
68.4
54.0
14.4
13.2

9.0

7.9

9.8

8.1

8.7

8.6

9.3

9.6

10.3

11.1

9.1
-1.0

8.7

8.6
.7

10.4
.6

8.6
.5

9.1
.4

8.7

9.1
-2

9.4
-.3

10.0
-.3

10.6
-.5

-.4

.1

.1

.1

-39.3

-45.8

-45.7

-45.8

-11.4
-272

Social insurance funds
Other

216.9

197.9
42

10.1

.1

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.

202.1

3.9

10.8
-1.1

-38.6

-9.5
-29.8

-122
-33.6

-11.4
-34.3

-2.6
-43.2

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

3.9

.1

2

-2

0

-27.2

-21.8

-17.8

-9.1

-6.6

1.3
-28.5

-3.3
-18.5

-1.6
-16.2

8.0
-17.1

7.7
-14.4

.1

0

1982

1981

0

0

0

-27.6

-37.3

-61.8

-73.7

-67.5

-1.3
-26.4

-38.2

-52
-56.6

-25.1
-48.5

-22.1
-45.4

0
-19.4
-.9
-18.5

11.0
-.4

0

0

1984

1983

I in©

I

II

III

1

IV

II

III

II

I

IV

III

I

IV

III

II

IV

1

629.6

6352

652.5

638.6

635.6

641.7

632.0

632.3

636.5

668.7

6635

671.1

711.8

722.8

728.8

739.8

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes

2
3
4
5

283.9
277.3
6.3
.3

294.9
287.9
6.7
.3

307.7
300.3
7.1
.3

302.4
294.8
7.4
.3

303.9
294.6
9.0
.3

309.1
301.1
7.8
.3

296.9
289.2
7.3
.3

301.6
295.3
5.9
.4

294.9
289.0
5.5
.4

301.1
294.8
5.8
.5

283.7
276.9
6.3
.5

290.5
284.5
5.4
.5

294.4
287.7
6.3
.5

300.7
294.4
5.9
.5

3132
306.8
5.8
.5

323.5
317.1
5.9
.5

Corporate profits tax accruals
Federal Reserve banks
Other

6

7
8

73.9
13 0
60.9

64.5
13.6
50.9

67.6
14.5
53.1

56.8
15.0
41.8

48.8
15.1
33.7

50.6
15.7
34.9

512
15.4
35.8

45.5
14.6
31.0

47.3
13.9
33.4

62.6
13.9
48.7

70.0
14.3
55.8

65.4
14.8
50.6

82.8
15.4
67.3

81.2
15.7
65.5

70.0
16.3
53.6

67.0
16.7
50.3

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes

9
10
11
12

57.8
432

56.6
40.7
8.8
7.0

55.9
39.1
9.3
7.4

51.9
34.7
9.1
8.1

48.7
31.6
8.7
8.4

48.9
32.1
8.3
8.5

492
32.6

48.1
32.6

54.8
37.5

55.6
37.3

8.3

7.6

9.0

9.6

6.8

58.8
43.8
8.3
6.7

8.3

7.9

8.3

8.6

55.4
36.2
10.1
9.1

56.6
36.4
10.9
9.2

57.9
36.2
12.1
9.6

58.6
36.5
12.3
9.8

36.1
12.3
9.8

Contributions for social insurance

13

214.0

217.1

220.7

223.5

231.0

2332

235.0

235.9

246.2

2502

254.1

259.8

278.0

282.9

287.1

291.1

Expenditures

14

671A

685.3

708.9

7252

734.7

754.0

779.1

815.7

815.6

8375

8512

855.7

8755

876.1

892.5

926.6

Purchases
National defense
Nondefense

15

2290
157.3

717

239.8
165.4
74.4

241.8
169.0
72.8

252.6
178.1
74.4

255.8
182.5
73.2

261.0
190.7
70.3

268.0
196.6
71.4

281.4
205.5
75.9

284.6
206.3
78.3

291.0
212.9
78.1

302.6
215.8
86.8

289.7
???ft
66.9

297.9
227.2
70.7

309.6
231.0
78.6

311.2
231.4
79.8

324.7
242.9
81.9

Transfer payments (net)
To persons
To rest of the world (net)

18
19
20

274.7
270.5
4.2

277.5
273.1
4.4

296.6
290.9
5.6

299.8
293.9
5.9

304.4
297.8
6.6

312.6
307.2
5.4

328.1
322.7
5.4

346.0
337.8
8.2

342.7
337.7
5.0

350.1
344.0
6.0

346.2
338.9
72

351.1
340.0
11.0

348.8
341.9
6.9

350.8
343.7
7.1

355.0
345.4
9.7

360.1
346.2
13.9

Grants-in-aid to State and local governments

21

90.4

902

86.7

842

82.7

84.9

83.5

84.3

86.5

86.8

87.8

86.9

92.0

94.3

93.5

97.7

Net interest paid
Interest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less* Interest received by government

22

66.8
81 1
64.9
16.2
14.3

68.8
83.9
66.4
17.4
15.1

73.1
89.3
71.6
17.7
162

78.1
95.2
77.3
17.9
17.1

80.5
98.8
80.0
18.8
18.3

83.4
102.1
83.8
18.3
18.7

87.0
106.3
86.4
19.9
19.3

86.8
106.6
86.5
20.1
19.8

87.1
107.7
88.8
18.9
20.6

89.6
110.5
91.9
18.7
20.9

95.0
117.0
98.0
19.0
22.0

992
121.9
102.5
19.4
22.7

105.0
128.3
108.5
19.8
23.3

107.7
132.5
1122
20.3
24.8

117.4
142.1
120.5
21.6
24.7

122.3
147.7
124.8
22.9
25.4

Receipts

16
17

23
24
25
26

7.9

582

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

27

10.8

9.0

10.9

10.5

112

12.1

12.5

17.3

14.7

18.8

19.2

28.8

31.9

13.9

15.3

22.2

28
29

10.9
.1

11.3
2.3

11.7
.8

13.2
2.6

13.8
2.6

14.3
22

13.4
.9

18.6
1.4

16.1
1.4

202
1.4

19.9
.7

30.3
1.5

33.4
1.5

15.4
1.6

16.5
1.1

23.0
.8

Less* Waoe accruals less disbursements

30

0

-1.3

-.4

31

-422

-50.0

-56.4

-86.6

-99.1

-112.3

-147.2

-183.4

-179.1

-168.8

-187.7

-184.6

-163.7

-1532

-163.7

-186.8

32

-52
-37.0

-4.7
-45.4

-17.7
-38.6

-18.9
-67.7

-15.9
-83.2

-232
-89.1

-35.9
-111.2

-482
-135.2

-37.4
-141.7

-39.7
-129.1

-29.2
-158.5

-23.4
-161.2

-5.5
-158.2

-.7
-152.6

3.4
-167.1

8.3
-195.1

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other




33

0

.3

0

-.1

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

0

.6

99

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.2.—Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1985

1987

1986

Line
797.8

758.6

794.3

803.6

809.4

814.2

828.2

856.8

858.4

928.6

924.5

943.5

940.5

970.4

977.8

1,000.6

358.7
351.9
6.2
.6

313.8
306.9
6.3
.6

346.9
339.6
6.7
.6

351.8
345.0
6.2

347.8
340.7
6.6
.5

350.9
343.6
6.9
.4

3592
351.4
7.4
.5

371.7
364.0
7.0
.7

366.4
358.3
7.5
.6

418.8
410.7
7.3

402.5
393.9
7.5
1.1

414.8
407.2
6.6
1.0

397.6
389.4
7.2
1.0

413.5
404.9
7.3
1.4

409.4
400.4
8.0
1.0

420.0
410.8
8.1
1.1

Corporate profits tax accruals
Federal Reserve banks
Other

75.7
18.2
57.5

73.7
18.2
55.6

78.7
17.5
61.2

77.0
17.3
59.6

81.2
18.7
62.4

80.7
17.9
62.8

82.0
17.3
64.7

91.4
17.2
742

90.1
172
72.9

102.7
17.7
85.1

110.2
18.0
922

109.7
18.1
91.6

102.6
16.7
85.8

109.8
16.6
93.1

113.1
17.5
95.6

118.5
18.6
99.9

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes

58.3
35.2
12.3
10.8

62.5
35.0
11.7
15.9

56.6
34.5
12.0
10.1

56.8
34.5
12.7
9.6

53.4
31.3
12.9
9.3

52.6
30.1
13.4
9.1

53.0
30.5
14.4
8.1

54.8
30.9
14.2
9.8

56.8
31.1
14.9
10.8

58.8
32.1
15.8
10.9

58.7
32.4
15.5
10.9

59.5
32.9
16.0
10.6

60.0
33.8
16.5
9.7

60.1
34.6
16.0
9.5

61.9
35.0
16.4
10.4

61.4
35.1
16.9
9.5

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes

305.1

Grants-in-aid to State and local governments

318.0

327.1

329.9

334.0

338.8

345.1

348.3

353.1

359.4

380.4

387.1

393.4

400.7

976.3

990.8

992.7

1,038.0

1,047.9

1,034.3

1,048.1

1,0585

1,059.0

1,096.3

1,098.0

1,105.0

1,097.3

1,135.5

338.2
253.5
84.7

352.1
265.9
862

356.9
268.6
88.3

352.2
264.6
87.6

3642
275.1

381.5
288.5
93.1

373.1
278.6
94.5

375.6
283.8
91.8

384.5
291.6
92.9

387.1
296.9
90.1

392.5
295.8
96.7

386.6
296.7
89.9

386.0
294.8
91.2

383.5
294.0
89.5

392.0
296.8
952

372.2
362.9
9.3

Purchases
National defense
Nondefense
Transfer payments (net)
To persons
To rest of the world (net)

312.1

9645

330.0
246.3
83.7

Expenditures

308.5

947.7

Contributions for social insurance

375.3
364.8
10.5

381.7
369.3
12.4

383.8
370.3
13.5

388.5
379.9
8.6

397.1
383.6
13.5

404.1
389.9
14.1

4042
391.4
12.8

405.3
396.5
8.8

411.4
402.1
92

412.4
403.3
9.1

419.7
405.1
14.6

432.2
423.0
9.1

432.5
424.7
7.8

436.0
426.6
9.4

444.5
429.4
15.1

1012

104.5

104.4

1092

113.2

103.8

100.5

105.1

102.8

102.9

108.5

111.5

112.1

113.0

127.5
153.5
130.7
22.8
26.0

126.8
154.5
131.4
23.1
27.7

129.2
157.3
134.2
23.1
28.1

130.7
159.8
135.7
24.1
29.1

132.1
160.6
136.9
23.7
28.6

130.2
160.4
136.2
24.2
30.2

131.1
158.9
134.6
24.4
27.9

132.0
159.6
134.6
25.1
27.6

133.6
161.4
136.3
25.1
27.8

137.4
165.0
139.8
25.1
27.5

143.1
170.0
144.2
25.8
26.8

139.7
172.7
145.0
27.7
33.0

145.0
172.7
143.2
29.5
27.7

148.1
176.0
144.8
31.3
28.0

151.2
180.6
148.4
322
29.4

96.1
124.5
149.8
126.8
23.0
25.3

Net interest paid
Interest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less: Interest received by government

25.1

23.6

14.4

16.4

17.0

35.4

18.9

22.1

34.6

24.3

19.6

37.8

31.1

30.0

17.6

34.9

26.6
1.4

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

262
2.6

16.9
2.5

19.0
2.6

19.9
2.9

38.6
3.2

222
3.3

25.6
3.5

38.0
3.4

27.5
3.2

22.3
2.7

39.2
1.4

31.6
.5

33.7
3.7

20.6
3.0

37.8
2.8

.1

Social insurance funds
Other

-206.3

-182.0

-187.2

-183.3

-223.8

-219.7

-177.5

-189.7

-130.3

-134.5

-152.7

-157.5

-134.6

-119.5

-134.9

7.6
-157.5

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and

-1.0

-1495

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

10.3
-216.6

10.1
-192.1

15.8
-203.0

17.2
-200.5

17.4
-241.1

16.1
-235.8

20.5
-198.0

23.4

22.5

27.4
-162.0

34.8
-187.6

42.3
-199.8

49.7
-184.3

56.7
-176.2

64.0
-199.0

1972

1973

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

-2

0

0

0

0

Table 3.3.—State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1959

1961

1960

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1971

1970

1

45.0

48.3

52.4

56.6

61.1

67.1

72.3

815

893

102.7

114.8

1290

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other

2
3
4
5

4.6
22
.4
2.0

5.2
2.5
.5
22

5.7
2.8
.6
2.3

6.3
32
.7
2.4

6.7
3.4
.6
2.6

7.5
4.0
.7
2.8

8.1
4.4
.7
3.0

9.5
5.4
.9
32

10.6
6.1
1 1
3.4

12.7
7.8
12
3.7

152
9.8
1.3
4.1

16.7
10.9
14
4.4

Corporate profits tax accruals

6

12

12

1.3

1.5

1.7

1.8

2.0

2.2

2.6

3.3

3.6

3.7

4.3

5.3

6.0

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Sales taxes
Property taxes
Other

29.3
11.1
14.8
3.3

32.0
122
16.2
3.6

34.4
13.0
17.6
38

37.0
14.0
19.0
4.0

39.4
15.0
20.2
42

42.6
16.5
21.7
4.4

46.1
18.2
23.2
4.7

49.7
20.0
24.5
52

53.9
21.4
27.0
56

60.8
25.1
29.9
59

67.4
28.6
32.8
6.1

74.8
31.6
36.7
65

83.1
35.4
40.4
73

91.2
39.8
43.2
82

99.5
44.1
46.4
91

Contributions for social insurance

7
8
9
10
11

31

34

37

3.9

42

47

5.0

57

67

72

83

92

102

115

130

Federal grants-in-aid

12

6.8

6.5

12

8.0

9.1

10.4

11.1

14.4

15.9

18.6

20.3

24.4

29.0

37.5

40.6

Receipts

1453
18.7
12.4
1 6
4.7

169.7

185.3

24.2
172
1.9
5.1

26.3
18.9
19
5.5

13

45.5

48.3

52.7

56.1

60.6

66.1

72.3

81.1

905

102.6

113.3

1272

142.8

156.3

171.9

Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other

14
15
16

41.8
23.1
187

44.5
25.5
19 0

48.4
27.9
20 5

51.4
30.2
212

55.8
32.9
23.0

60.9
35.9
25.0

66.8
39.3
27.5

74.6
44.1
30 5

82.7
49.5
332

92.3
55.9
365

101.3
62.6
387

112.6
71.1
41 5

124.3
79.3
451

134.7
87.7
469

1492
97.9
51 3

Transfer payments to persons

17

5.6

5.9

6.5

7.0

7.5

82

8.8

10.1

12.1

14.5

16.7

20.1

24.0

27.5

30.4

Net interest paid
Interest paid
Less* Interest received by government'

18
19
20

.1
1.8
1.6

.1
2.1
2.0

.1
22
2.1

2
2.5
2.3

.1
2.7
2.6

-.1
2.9
3.0

-.3
3.1
3.4

-.6
3.4
4.1

-.9
3.8
4.7

-1.0
4.2
5.2

-12
4.8
6.0

-1.8
5.6
7.4

-1.4
6.5
7.9

-1.5
7.5
9.0

-2.9
8.5
11.3

Less* Dividends received bv Government'

21

.1

.2

2

.3

.3

.5

Subsidies less current surplus of government enter-

22

-2.0

-2.2

-2.3

-2.5

-2.8

-2.8

-3.0

-3.0

-3.1

-32

-3.3

-3.6

-3.7

-42

-4.3

23
24

0
2.0

0
2.2

0
2.3

0
2.5

0
2.8

0
2.9

0
3.0

0
3.0

0
3.1

0
3.2

0
3.3

0
3.6

0
3.7

.1
4.2

.1
4.4

25

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

o

2

-2

0

26

-0.5

0.

-0.4

0.5

0.4

1.0

0.

0.5

-1.1

0.1

15

1.8

2.5

13.4

13.4

27
28

2.0
-2.5

2.3
-22

2.4
-2.8

2.6
-2.1

2.8
-2.4

32
-22

3.4
-3.4

4.0
-3.5

4.8
-5.9

52
-5.2

5.8
-4.4

6.9
-5.1

7.6
-5.1

8.7
4.8

9.6
3.8

Expenditures

Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Less* Wage accruals less disbursements
Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other
See footnote(s) at end of table.




100

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.3.—State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1987

1986

1988

200.6

Corporate profits tax accruals

253.9

281.9

309.3

330.6

361.4

390.8

409.0

443.4

4922

528.7

571.2

594.3

631.3

28.2
20.4
2.2
5.7

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other

225.6
31.0
22.5
2.6
6.0

35.8
26.3
3.1
6.5

41.0
30.4
3.5
7.1

46.3
35.0
3.9
7.4

50.5
382
4.4
7.9

56.2
42.6
5.0
8.6

63.0
47.9
6.0
9.1

68.5
51.9
6.8
9.8

76.2
58.3
7.6
10.3

87.1
67.5
8.7
10.9

94.0
72.1
9.9
11.9

101.6
77.4
11.4
12.8

111.8
86.0
11.9
14.0

117.6
89.9
12.7
15.0

6.7

7.3

9.6

11.4

12.1

13.6

14.5

15.4

14.0

15.9

18.8

20.2

22.7

23.9

26.0

107.2
482
49.0
10.1

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Sales taxes
Property taxes
Other

115.8
51.7
53.4
10.7

127.8
57.8
58.2
11.8

139.9
64.0
632
12.7

148.9
71.0
63.7
142

158.6
77.3
64.4
16.9

172.3
82.9
68.8
20.6

192.0
90.7
77.1
242

206.8
962
85.3
25.3

226.6
107.4
91.9
27.3

251.7
121.1
99.7
30.8

271.4
131.1
107.0
33.3

292.0
140.4
114.5
37.1

306.5
149.8
121.1
35.7

324.5
161.4
127.6
35.4

Contributions for social insurance

14.6

16.8

19.5

22.1

24.7

27.4

29.7

32.5

35.8

37.7

402

42.8

47.3

49.2

51.9

Federal grants-in-aid

43.9

54.6

61.1

67.5

77.3

80.5

88.7

87.9

83.9

87.0

94.4

100.3

107.6

102.8

111.3

193.5

221.0

239.3

256.3

278.2

305.4

336.6

362.3

382.1

403.2

434.1

472.6

517.0

554.2

593.0

170.7
107.6
63.1

192.0
121.1
70.9

205.5
132.9
72.6

220.1
145.0
75.1

241.4
158.9
82.5

269.2
174.8
94.4

298.0
193.5
104.4

320.3
210.7
109.5

341.1
228.5
112.5

360.3
243.9
116.3

389.9
261.9
128.0

428.1
2832
144.6

465.3
305.9
159.3

496.6
327.3
169.3

531.7
351.9
179.8

85.9

93.5

-28.9
27.1
56.0

-30.9
32.3
632

-34.0
37.0
71.0

-38.7
42.1
80.8

-40.4
48.0
88.4

-412
51.9
93.1

-44.2
54.4
98.6

Expenditures
Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other

32.3

Net interest paid
Interest paid
Less: Interest received by government1
Less: Dividends received by government1
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

38.9

43.6

47.4

52.4

572

65.7

73.6

-4.4
9.6
14.0

Transfer payments to persons

-4.5
11.1
15.6

-4.1
12.5
16.6

-4.7
13.7
18.4

-8.1
14.9
23.0

-13.3
17.2
30.6

-19.3
19.4
38.7

-23.6
22.8
46.4

.9

.9

.9

1.3

1.7

2.0

1.9

2.3

2.9

3.4

3.9

4.5

5.1

5.9

6.9

-4.4

-4.5

-4.8

-5.1

-5.6

-5.7

-5.8

-5.6

-7.1

-B.7

-11.4

-13.5

-13.7

-14.9

-17.5

.1
4.5

2
4.7

.2
5.0

.2
5.3

.2
5.9

.3
6.1

.4
62

.4
6.0

.5
7.5

.4
92

.4
11.8

.3
13.8

.3
14.0

.3
152

.4
17.9

0

Social insurance funds
Other

0

0

2

-.1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4.6

14.6

25.6

31.1

25.1

24.8

28.5

26.9

40.3

58.1

56.1

54.3

40.1

38.4

10.9
-3.8

Surplus or deficit (-)> national income and
product accounts.

0

7.1

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

13.1
-8.5

15.6
-1.0

17.9
7.7

20.2
10.9

23.7
1.4

26.9
-2.2

29.8
-1.4

36.6
-9.7

41.5
-1.3

42.8
15.2

46.9
92

52.7
1.5

54.8
-14.7

56.8
-18.4

1960

1959

1961

1963

1962

Line

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other

43.6

43.9

462

46.3

46.8

48.1

49.0

49.5

50.9

51.7

52.8

54.0

55.3

56.1

56.9

58.0

58.9

60.1

4.4
2.0
4
1.9

4.5
2.1
.4
2.0

4.8
2.4
.4
2.0

4.9
2.4
.4
2.0

5.0
2.5
.4
2.1

5.1
2.5
.4
22

52
2.6
.5
22

5.3
2.6
.5
2.3

5.4
2.6
.5
2.3

5.6
2.7
.6
2.3

5.8
2.9
.6
2.3

5.9
3.0
.6
2.3

6.0
3.1
.6
2.3

6.2
3.1
.7
2.4

6.4
32
.7
2.5

6.5
3.3
.6
2.5

6.5
3.3
.6
2.6

6.6
3.3
.6
2.6

12

1.3

1.1

1.1

1.3

12

1.2

12

1.3

1.4

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.6

28.4
10.7
14.4
3.3

28.7
10.9
14.5
3.3

29.7
11.4
14.9
3.4

30.4
11.5
15.4
3.4

30.9
11.8
15.6
3.5

31.7
12.1
16.0
3.5

32.3
12.3
16.5
3.6

33.0
12.4
16.9
3.6

33.5
12.6
172
3.7

34.1
12.8
17.5
3.8

34.7
132
17.7
3.9

35.5
13.6
18.0
3.9

36.2
13.9
18.3
3.9

36.7
13.9
18.7
4.0

37.2
14.0
19.2
4.0

37.7
142
19.6
4.0

382
14.3
19.9
4.1

38.9
14.7
20.1
4.1

Contributions for social insurance

3.0

3.1

3.1

32

3.3

3.4

3.5

3.5

3.6

3.6

3.7

3.8

3.8

3.8

3.9

4.0

4.1

4.2

Federal grants-in-aid

6.7

6.4

7.5

6.8

62

6.6

6.7

6.6

72

7.2

7.3

7.4

7.8

7.9

7.9

8.3

8.5

8.8

45.3

45.6

45.6

45.4

46.6

47.9

49.0

49.7

51.6

51.8

52.8

54.7

55.1

55.6

56.4

57.3

58.8

59.6

41.7
22.6
19.1

41.9
22.9
18.9

41.9
23.3
18.6

41.7
23.7
18.0

42.9
24.6
18.3

442
252
19.0

45.1
25.8
19.3

45.8
26.3
19.4

47.5
27.0
20.5

47.6
27.6
20.0

484
28.3
20.1

502
28.9
21.4

50.4
29.5
21.0

51.0
30.0
21.0

51.7
30.4
21.3

52.6
31.1
21.5

54.1
31.9
22.2

54.9
32.5
22.4

5.4

5.5

5.6

5.8

6.6

7.0

7.1

7.3

7.4

.1
1.7
1.6

.1
1.7
1.6

2
1.8
1.7

.1
2.1
2.0

.1
2.3
22

.1
2.5
2.4

2
2.5
2.3

2
2.5
2.3

.1
2.6
2.5

-1.9

-2.0

-2.1

-2.1

-2.1

-22

0
1.9

0
2.0

0
2.1

0
2.1

0
2.1

0
2.2

Corporate profits tax accruals
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Sales taxes
Property taxes
Other

Expenditures
Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other
Transfer payments to persons
Net interest paid
Interest paid
Less: Interest received by government *
Less: Dividends received by government *
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Less: Wage accruals less disbursements
Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other
See footnote(s) at end of table.




-22

-22

-2.3

-2.3

0
22

0
2.3

-2.3

-2.6

-2.7

-2.7

0
2.4

0
2.3

0
2.4

0
2.4

0
2.4

0
2.6

0
2.7

0
2.7

-2.4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

-1.7

-1.6

0.6

05

02

0.1

-0.1

-0.7

-0.1

-O.7

0.1

0.5

0.5

0.6

0.5

2.0
-3.7

2.0
-3.6

2.0
-1.4

2.1
-1.2

22
-2.0

2.3
-2.2

2.3
-2.5

2.4
-3.1

2.4
-2.5

2.5
-32

2.5
-2.4

2.5
-2.1

2.6
-2.1

2.6
-2.0

2.3
-2.3

2.5
-2.4

2.7
-2.6

2.8
-2.3

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

101

Table 3.3.—State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1963

1964

1965

1967

1966

Line
Receipts

61.9

Corporate profits tax accruals

63.4

65.0

66.5

68.0

68.9

69.9

71.4

73.1

74.9

78.0

80.6

82.9

84.6

86.3

872

90.9

6.8
3.5
.6
2.6

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other

6.9
3.6
.7
2.7

7.2
3.7
.7
2.7

7.5
4.0
.7
2.8

7.7
4.1
.7
2.8

7.9
42
.7
2.9

8.0
4.3
.7
2.9

8.0
4.4
.7
3.0

8.1
4.4
.7
3.0

8.3
4.5
.8
3.0

8.8
4.8
.8
3.1

9.3
52
.9
32

9.8
5.6
1.0
32

10.3
6.0
1.0
3.3

10.3
5.9
1.13.3

10.3
5.9
1.1
3.3

10.8
6.2
1.2
3.4

1.7

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Sales taxes
Property taxes
Other

,

1.7

1.8

1.8

1.9

1.8

1.9

1.9

2.0

2.1

2.3

2.3

22

22

2.6

2.6

2.6

39.8
15.3
20.4
42

40.5
15.6
20.6
4.2

41.4
16.1
21.0
4.3

42.1
16.3
21.4
4.4

432
16.7
21.9
4.5

43.7
16.7
22.4
4.6

44.6
172
22.8
4.6

45.5
17.8
23.1
4.7

46.6
18.5
23.3
4.8

47.7
192
23.6
4.8

48.4
19.5
23.9
4.9

49.1
19.7
24.3
5.1

50.2
202
24.7
5.3

51.1
20.4
25.2
5.5

51.8
20.4
25.8
5.5

52.8
20.7
26.6
5.6

54.7
21.8
27.3
5.6

5.6

5.8

Contributions for social insurance

4.3

4.4

4.5

4.7

4.7

4.8

4.9

4.9

5.1

5.2

5.4

Federal grants-in-aid

9.4

9.9

10.1

10.4

10.5

10.7

10.5

11.0

11.3

11.6

13.3

6.1

6.3

6.6

6.8

15.0

15.3

14.9

16.0

61.3

65.8

66.7

67.8

71.1

73.9

75.4

77.5

79.7

81.8

852

87.7

59.0
34.8
24.2

60.6
35.5
25.0

61.5
36.2
25.3

62.5
37.0
25.5

65.6
38.7
26.9

68.2
39.8
28.3

69.7
40.8
28.9

71.6
42.1
29.5

73.3
43.3
30.0

752
44.8
30.4

78.1
46.3
31.9

80.4
47.4
33.0

7.7

7.9

8.1

82

8.4

8.5

8.7

8.9

9.0

9.3

9.9

10.3

0
2.7
2.7

.1
2.9
2.8

0
2.9
2.9

0
3.0
3.1

-.1
2.8
3.0

-2
2.9
3.1

-2
3.0
3.2

-.3
3.2
3.5

-2
3.2
3.4

-.4
3.2
3.6

-.5
3.3
3.8

-.6
3.4
4.0

-.7
3.5
4.2

-.8
3.5
4.3

-.9
3.4
4.2

-.8
3.4
4.2

-1.0
3.9
4.9

-2.8

-2.8

-2.8

-2.8

-2.9

-3.0

-3.0

-3.0

-2.9

-3.0

-2.9

-3.0

-3.0

-3.1

-3.1

-3.1

-3.0

0
2.8

Net interest paid
Interest paid
Less: interest received by government1
Less: Dividends received by government1
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

64.1

57.8
33.9
23.9

7.5

Other
Transfer payments to persons

62.8

56.5
33.1
23.4

Expenditures
Purchases
Compensation of employees

0
2.8

0
2.8

0
2.8

0
2.9

0
3.0

0
3.0

0
3.0

0
3.0

0
3.0

0
3.0

0
3.0

0
3.0

0
3.1

0
3.1

0
3.1

0
3.0

37.8
25.8

91.6
81.7
48.7
33.0

83.1
50.3
32.8

11.8

0

Social insurance funds
Other

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.6

0.9

0.6

1.3

1.1

0.9

0.4

-0.8

-0.5

0.6

0.9

1.1

-«.6

-1.4

-2.4

-0.7

2.9
-22

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.

0

0.6

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

2.9
-2.3

3.1
-22

3.2
-2.6

3.2
-1.9

3.2
-2.1

3.3
-2.5

3.4
-3.1

3.4
-42

3.6
-4.1

3.7
-32

3.8
-2.9

4.1
-3.0

4.3
-4.9

4.3
-5.7

4.5
-6.9

5.0
-5.7

1971

1970

1968

1972

Line
98.1

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Sales taxes
Property taxes

:::.:::::

104.1

106.9

109.4

112.7

116.7

120.4

1242

127.5

130.8

133.4

138.1

144.0

147.3

151.9

158.1

12.4
7.6
1.2
3.6

13.0
8.1
12
3.7

13.6
8.5
1.2
3.8

142
8.9
1.3
4.0

14.7
9.3
1.3
4.1

15.7
10.3
1.3
4.1

16.1
10.5
1.3
4.2

16.4
10.8
1.4
4.3

16.7
10.9
1.4
4.4

16.9
11.0
1.5
4.5

17.0
11.0
1.5
4.5

17.4
11.3
1.5

18.4
12.2
1.6
4.6

19.0
12.5
1.6
4.8

202
13.8
1.7
4.7

22.6
15.9
1.8
4.9

42

4.4

4.5

5.0

79.8
33.6
392
7.0

81.8
34.5
40.1
72

84.5
36.1
40.9
7.4

86.4
37.3
41.6
7.6

38.1
422
7.8

32

Corporate profits tax accruals

other.:

101.5

11.8
7.1
1.2
3.5

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other

::::::::..:

z...:

::

3.3

3.3

3.4

3.8

3.7

3.5

3.4

3.8

3.7

3.8

3.6

58.4
23.8
28.9
5.7

60.0
24.6
29.6
5.8

61.7
25.6
30.3
5.9

63.1
26.2
30.9
6.0

64.6
27.1
31.6
6.0

66.4
28.1
32.3
6.0

68.4
29.1
33.1
6.1

70.2
29.9
34.1
62

72.0
30.6
35.1
6.3

73.9
31.3
362
6.4

75.8
32.1
37.2
6.5

77.5
32.6
38.2
6.7

7.1

7.3

7.5

7.8

8.1

8.5

8.7

8.9

9.1

9.4

9.6

9.8

10.1

10.3

10.5

11.0

18.7

18.8

19.3

19.0

19.8

20.6

22.0

23.1

24.1

25.0

25.7

27.0

29.5

292

30.3

31.4

101.5

Federal grants-in-aid

7.0
17.6

Contributions for social insurance

104.1

107.0

109.5

112.4

114.8

116.8

120.7

124.4

129.9

133.6

137.9

141.8

144.1

147.5

152.4

91.4
55.1
36.3

93.5
56.7
36.8

96.1
58.3
37.8

98.0
59.7
38.2

100.6
61.5
39.1

102.4
63.6
38.8

104.1
65.5
38.6

107.5
68.0
39.5

110.4
70.2
40.2

114.8
72.2
42.6

117.5
73.9
43.6

120.6
76.5
44.2'

123.5
78.4
45.0

1252
80.4
44.9

128.1
81.8
46.3

131.0
842
46.8

13.6

14.4

14.7

15.2

15.9

16.3

17.0

17.7

18.6

19.6

20.7

21.8

22.7

23.6

24.4

25.3

26.4

-1.0
4.1
5.0

-1.0
4.1
5.1

-.9
42
5.1

-1.0
4.4
5.4

-1.1
4.5
5.6

-1.1
4.8
5.9

-1.1
5.0
6.1

-1.5
5.1
6.6

-1.7
5.3
7.0

-1.9
5.5
7.4

-1.7
5.7
7.4

-1.8
5.9
7.7

-1.6
62
7.8

-1.4
6.4
7.8

-12
6.7
7.9

-1.3
6.9
82

-1.3
7.2
8.4

Expenditures
Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other
Transfer payments to persons
Net interest paid
Interest paid
Less: Interest received by government1
Less: Dividends received by governmentJ
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Less: Wage accruals less disbursements
Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other

.

See footnote(s) at end of table.




88.5
53.5
34.9

.1

.1

.1

.1

.2

2

2

2

.3

.3

.3

.3

.3

.3

.3

-3.1

.1
-32

.1

-32

-32

-3.2

-3.3

-3.3

-3.4

-3.5

-3.5

-3.6

-3.6

-3.6

-3.7

-3.7

-3.8

-4.0

0
32

0
32

0
32

0
32

0
3.3

0
3.3

0
3.4

0
3.5

0
3.5

0
3.6

0
3.6

0
3.7

0
3.7

0
3.7

0
3.8

0
3.8

0
4.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

.3

.4

-0.1

-0.1

-0.1

0.4

1.9

3.6

3.5

3.1

0.9

-0.3

0
02

0

0.3

22

3.2

4.4

5.6

5.2
-4.9

5.2
-52

5.4
-5.4

5.4
-5.5

5.7
-5.3

5.9
^.0

62
-2.6

-3.0

6.8
-3.8

7.1
-6.1

72
-7.5

7.3
-7.1

7.5
-5.3

7.7
-4.5

7.9
-3.5

8.3
-2.7

5.2
-52

102

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8
Table 3.3.—State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1973

1972

1974

1975

1976

Une
167.1

183.7

182.2

183.8

185.6

189.8

192.8

199.1

203.5

207.1

212.4

24.6
17.5
1.9
52

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other

25.4
18.1
1.9
5.4

25.4
18.0
1.9
5.5

25.6
18.4
1.9
5.4

26.5
19.1
1.9
5.5

27.5
19.9
2.0
5.5

26.8
19.2
2.1
5.6

27.7
19.9
2.1
5.7

28.9
21.0
2.2
5.7

29.4
21.3
2.3
5.7

29.6
21.4
2.4
5.8

2215

231.6

236.8

244.4

31.4
22.7
2.6
6.0

30.5
22.1
2.5
5.9

32.6
23.6
2.8
6.2

33.9
24.8
2.9
6.3

255.8
35.2
25.8
3.0
6.4

36.4
26.7
3.1
6.6

5.2

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Sales taxes
Property taxes
Other

5.7

6.0

6.1

5.8

6.1

6.3

6.6

7.3

6.4

6.0

6.6

8.3

8.5

9.7

9.6

9.7

92.2
40.3
43.6
8.3

Corporate profits tax accruals

94.4
41.4
44.4
8.6

97.0
43.0
45.3
8.8

98.4
43.3
46.1
9.0

100.8
44.9
46.8
9.2

101.9
45.1
47.3
9.4

103.3
45.7
47.8

106.3
47.8
48.5
10.0

109.2
49.7
49.3
10.2

110.0
49.4
50.3
10.3

111.5
49.5
51.6
10.4

114.2
50.8
52.8
10.6

117.5
52.6
54.0
10.9

119.9
53.8
55.2
10.9

123.6
55.9
56.4
11.2

126.3
57.2
57.7
11.5

128.9
58.0
58.9
12.0

Contributions for social insurance

11.6

12.0

12.4

12.8

13.1

13.6

14.0

14.4

14.8

15.3

15.8

16.5

17.2

17.8

18.5

19.2

19.9

Federal grants-in-aid

33.5

46.1

41.3

40.9

39.2

40.8

42.4

44.0

43.3

46.0

49.4

53.6

57.3

57.9

58.7

59.2

61.0

157.5

161.6

166.0

169.7

173.3

178.5

182.7

190.9

197.1

203.1

211.5

217.5

224.0

2305

236.9

237.3

2402

135.5
89.0
46.5

139.9
91.3
48.6

143.7
94.2
49.6

146.9
96.9
50.0

150.7
99.3
51.5

155.4
101.4
54.0

161.5
103.7
57.8

168.8
106.1
62.7

174.0
108.8
65.1

178.5
111.9
66.7

184.4
115.6
68.8

189.1
119.8
69.3

194.7
123.2
71.5

199.7
125.8
73.9

204.2
128.9
75.3

204.3
131.7
72.6

205.6
134.3
71.3

29.3

302

30.6

31.5

30.2

36.8

38.4

42.4

42.8

44.3

-1.5
7.7
9.2

-1.9
7.9
9.8

-2.2
8.1
10.3

-2.7
8.3
11.0

-3.1
8.6
11.7

-3.4
8.8
12.3

-3.9
9.1
13.0

-4.3
9.4
13.8

-4.6
9.8
14.4

-4.6
10.1
14.7

-4.6
10.5
15.1

-4.6
10.9
15.5

-4.5
11.3
15.8

-4.3
11.6
15.9

-4.1
12.0
16.1

-4.1
12.4
16.5

-4.0
12.7
16.7

.9

.8

-4.3

-4.3

-4.3

-4.5

-4.5

-4.8

-4.8

-4.8

-4.8

2
5.0

.2
5.0

.2
5.0

0

0

0

5.8

7.5

122

14.0
-8.1

14.6
-7.1

15.3
-3.1

Expenditures
Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other
Transfer payments to persons
Net interest paid
Interest paid
Less: Interest received by government!
Less: Dividends received by governmentl
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

.3

.3

.4

.5

.5

.6

.7

.8

-4.2

-4.3

-4.3

-4.3

-4.4

-4.3

-4.4

-4.4

.1
4.3

.1
4.4

.1
4.4

.1
4.4

.1
4.4

.1
4.4

.1
4.5

.1
4.5

.1
4.5

.1
4.4

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.

0

0

-.1

0

0

0

0

0

16.1

14.1

12.2

11.3

10.0

8.2

4.0

10.4
-.3

10.7
-2.6

11.6
-7.6

7.7

12.7
-8.8

12.1
-11.3

0

4.0

13.4
-5.8

0.8

10.0
1.3

.2
4.7

0

22.0

2
4.6
0

0
9.5

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

Social insurance funds
Other

9.0
13.0
1977

11.1
-4.7

.9

1979

1978

2
5.0
0
15.6
15.9
-.3

1980

Une
269.5

311.1

309.4

317.7

320.7

3235

335.1

342.6

351.1

352.8

364.4

442
33.4
3.7
7.1

45.9
34.7
3.8
7.4

46.9
35.4
3.9
7.6

48.2
36.5
4.1
7.7

48.3
36.3
4.2
7.7

48.4
36.3
4.3
7.7

51.9
39.6
4.5
7.9

53.4
40.7
4.6
8.1

53.4
40.4
4.7
8.3

55.1
41.7
4.9
8.5

56.9
43.0
5.1
8.7

Expenditures

,

Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other

11.4

11.9

11.9

10.5

12.4

12.5

13.1

13.8

13.8

13.6

13.0

16.3

12.7

13.8

135.7
61.8
61.5
12.3

138.4
63.1
62.8
12.5

141.3
64.7
63.8
12.8

144.1
66.4
64.6
13.1

146.0
67.3
65.3
13.4

150.9
70.8
66.1
14.1

147.6
72.0
61.3
14.3

151.2
74.0
62.3
14.9

154.3
75.4
632
15.7

156.5
76.3
64.0
16.3

159.9
77.9
64.8
172

163.7
79.6
65.6
18.5

167.0
81.2
66.5
19.3

168.9
80.8
67.8
202

174.0
83.5
69.5
21.1

21.7

22.4

23.1

23.7

24.3

25.0

25.7

26.4

27.1

27.8

28.4

28.8

28.8

30.3

662

70.9

74.4

77.6

77.4

79.6

78.0

78.0

81.9

84.1

85.5

87.4

248.6

255.8

258.7

2622

267.6

274.6

282.3

213.1
139.8
73.3

Federal grants-in-aid

218.9
142.9
76.0

222.5
146.7
75.7

225.9
150.4
75.5

230.9
154.0
76.9

237.0
156.8
80.1

245.6
160.5
85.1

290.3
252.1
164.1
88.0

301.8

310.4

319.3

329.6

332.1

338.0

254.6
168.6
86.1

264.8
172.4
92.5

274.5
176.9
97.6

282.7
1812
101.5

291.9
186.4
105.5

295.5
1912
104.3

298.6
196.0
102.7

45.6

Transfer payments to persons
Net interest paid
Interest paid
Less: Interest received by government1
Less: Dividends received by government1
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Less: Wage accruals less disbursements
Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.




298.8

42.9
322
3.6
7.1

632

i..:::::.:::::..:::ii:ii::ii :

Contributions for social insurance

See footnote(s) at end of table.

2915

41.4
30.9
3.5
7.0

21.1

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Sales taxes
Prooertv taxes

Social insurance funds
Other

287.9

40.5
29.8
3.4
7.3

10.5

Corporate profits tax accruals

o$er..

2782

39.0
28.6
3.3
7.0

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other

„

47.6

47.7

48.5

50.3

52.4

53.1

53.8

54.8

56.2

57.5

602

62.8

632

67.1

-4.1
13.3
17.3

-4.5
13.5
18.0

-4.9
13.8
18.7

-5.4
14.1
19.5

-6.5
14.3
20.8

-7.5
14.6
22.1

-6.6
15.1
23.6

-9.7
15.6
25.3

-11.3
16.4
27.7

-12.5
17.0
29.5

-13.9
17.6
31.5

-15.5
18.0
33.6

-17.2
18.4
35.7

-18.7
19.0
37.7

-20.1
19.6
39.7

1.1

12

1.4

1.5

1.7

1.7

1.8

1.8

1.9

1.9

2.0

2.1

2.0

1.9

1.8

-5.0

-5.0

-5.2

-5.3

-5.5

-5.6

-5.7

-5.7

-5.7

-5.7

-5.7

-5.8

-6.0

-6.0

-5.8

2
5.2

2
52

2
5.4

2
5.6

2
5.7

2
5.8

2
5.9

.3
6.0

.3
6.0

.3
6.0

.3
6.1

.3
62

.3
6.3

.3
6.3

.4
6.2

0

0

0

0

0

.3

.4

.3

-.1

2

-2

0

0

20.9

22.4

292

29.7

312

27.1

29.4

30.4

22.1

24.6

23.4

21.5

20.7

26.3

17.0
3.9

17.6
4.8

182
11.0

18.8
10.9

19.4
11.9

20.5
6.6

21.1
8.3

222
82

23.2
-1.1

242
.5

252
-1.8

26.0
-4.5

26.1
-5.3

27.5
-12

19.8
16.7

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

103

Table 3.3.—State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1981

1982

1984

1983

Line
I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

1

386.0

389.4

393.9

394.0

398.2

407.0

412.8

417.9

424.0

438.3

451.9

459.5

479.1

490.9

493.6

505.1

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other

2
3
4
5

60.5
46.0
5.7
89

62.0
47.0
5.9
91

64.0
48.8
6.2
91

65.5
49.9
6.4
93

66.3
50.2
6.5
95

67.3
50.9
6.7
98

70.0
53.1
6.9
100

70.5
53.4
7.1
101

71.5
53.9
7.3
103

74.3
56.4
7.5
104

78.1
60.0
7.7
103

81.1
62.7
8.0
103

83.8
64.9
8.3
106

86.8
67.5
8.6
108

88.0
68.2
8.9
109

89.9
69.3
9.1
11 5

Corporate profits tax accruals

6

173

152

157

135

142

14 3

14 5

131

126

163

180

168

20 7

20 3

175

168

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Sales taxes
Property taxes
Other

7
8
9
10

186.3
89.6
73.9
22.8

189.9
89.6
76.2
24.1

194.7
91.8
78.0
24.9

197.2
92.1
80.2
24.9

200.4
92.9
82.4
25.0

204.9
95.5
84.5
24.9

208.6
97.0
86.3
25.2

213.1
99.3
87.9
25.9

216.4
100.7
89.3
26.3

223.6
106.1
90.9
26 6

230.3
110.0
92.7
27.6

236.3
113.0
94.6
28.7

243.4
116.8
96.8
29.9

249.6
120.1
98.8
30.7

254.0
122.0
100.7
31.2

259.6
125.5
102.5
31.5

Contributions for social insurance

11

31.5

321

32 8

33.6

347

35 6

36 3

36 8

371

37 4

37 8

384

392

39 9

40 6

41 1

Federal grants-in-aid

12

90 4

902

86 7

84.2

82.7

849

83 5

843

86 5

86 8

87 8

869

92 0

94 3

93 5

97 7

13

358.4

360.2

362.7

368.1

371.8

379.9

385.3

391.4

395 7

3993

406.4

411.1

4229

430.3

437 3

446.1

14
15
16

316.4
205.1
111.3

317.0
208.7
108.3

320.3
212.4
107.9

327.4
216.8
110.5

331.3
222.0
109.3

338.8
227.1
111.7

344.0
230.6
113.4

350.3
234.5
115.7

352.9
238.9
114.0

356.7
242.0
114.7

363.7
245.5
118.2

367.9
249.4
118.4

378.4
254.8
123.6

385.8
259.3
126.5

393.1
264.1
129.1

402.2
269.2
133.1

Receipts

Expenditures
Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other

. .

Transfer payments to persons

17

71 3

73 6

74 5

74 9

76 9

79 5

81 2

821

844

85 0

862

88 0

908

92 7

94 2

961

Net interest paid
Interest paid
Less: Interest received by governmentl . . .

18
19
20

-21.9
21.4
433

-22.8
22.3
452

-24.1
23.3
47 4

-25.6
24.3
49.9

-27.2
25.4
52.6

-28.5
26.5
55 0

-29.5
111
51.2

-30.2
29.0
59.1

-30.3
30.4
60 7

-30.7
31.7
62 4

-31.1
33.0
641

-31.6
34.1
65 7

-32.5
35.2
67 7

-33.5
36.4
69 9

-34.4
37.6
72 0

-35.7
38.8
74 4

Less: Dividends received by government1

21

2.0

2.2

2.4

2.6

2.8

2.9

3.0

3.1

3.2

3.3

3.4

3.5

3.7

3.8

3.9

4.1

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

22

-5.4

-5.3

-5.6

-6.1

-6.4

-6.9

-7.4

-7.7

-6.0

-8.4

-8.9

-9.6

-10.2

-11.0

-11.7

-12.5

23
24

5.8

5.7

6.0

4
6.5

4
6.8

.5
7.4

.5
7.8

.5
8.2

.5
8.4

4
8.9

4
9.4

4
10.1

4
10.7

4
11.4

4
12.1

4
12.9

Less' Wage accruals less disbursements

25

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

o

0

o

o

0

0

0

26

27.6

29.2

31.2

25.9

26.5

27.1

27.5

26.5

28.3

39.0

45.4

48.3

56.2

60.6

56.3

59.0

27
28

28.2
-.6

29.0
.2

30.2
1.0

32.0
-6.0

34.2
-7.7

36.0
-8.9

37.5
-9.9

38.8
-12.3

40.2
-11.9

41.4
-2.4

42.1
3.3

42.4
5.9

42.3
14.0

42.5
18.2

43.0
13.4

43.7
15.3

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other

1985

1987

1986

Line

III

IV

I

II

1988
III

IV

1

512.6

523.1

534.3

544.8

560.5

564.1

578.0

582.4

576.5

598.1

597.5

605.1

613.5

627.9

635.7

6482

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other

2
3
4
5

91.4
70.4
9.4
11 6

93.3
71.7
9.7
1t8

94.2
72.1
10.1
120

97.0
74.3
10.5
12.2

98.1
74.8
11.0
123

99.3
75.3
11.3
126

102.2
111
11.5
129

106.8
81.9
11.7
132

107.5
82.2
11.7
136

116.7
91.0
11.8
138

109.3
83.4
11.9
139

113.8
87.2
12.1
14 5

113.3
86.4
12.3
14 6

116.9
89.4
12.5
150

118.3
90.3
12.8
152

122.0
93.5
13.2
153

Corporate profits tax accruals

6

19.9

19.4

21.0

20.6

21.2

21.9

22.4

25.2

20.7

23.8

25.6

25.5

24.0

25.9

26.5

27.7

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Sales taxes . .
.
Property taxes
Other

7
8
9
10

263.6
127.0
104.2
32.4

268.8
130.2
106.0
32.6

274.6
133.1
107.8
33.7

278.3
133.9
109.8
34.7

291.3
136.4
111.7
43.2

287.2
138.4
113.6
35.2

292.8
142.8
115.5
34.6

296.8
144.1
117.2
35.5

299.4
144.4
118.9
36.1

303.7
147.9
120.4
35.4

310.4
152.6
121.8
36.0

312.8
154.3
123.1
35.4

316.8
157.4
124.2
35.2

322.0
160.4
126.0
35.6

326.4
162.4
128.6
35.4

332.7
165.5
131.8
35 5

Contributions for social insurance

11

41.6

42.3

43.2

44.3

45.5

46.6

47.4

49.8

48.4

48.8

49.4

50.2

50.9

51.7

52.3

52.8

Federal grants-in-aid

12

961

99.3

101.2

104.5

104.4

109.2

113.2

103.8

100.5

105.1

102.8

102.9

108 5

111.5

112.1

1130

Receipts

13

456.0

467.9

478.0

488.4

502.2

512.1

522.5

531.1

540.9

548.5

5592

568.1

578.4

588.8

596.7

607.9

Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other

14
15
16

4122
275.2
137.0

424.2
280.6
143.6

433.4
285.9
147.6

442.4
291.2
151.2

453.7
296.8
156.9

461.2
302.8
158.3

469.7
308.5
161.2

476.6
315.6
161.0

485.0
319.4
165.6

491.5
324.4
167.1

501.0
329.8
171.1

509.0
335.6
173.3

518.1
342.6
175.5

527.8
348.5
179.3

535.1
354.9
180.2

545.7
361.7
184.0

Transfer payments to persons

17

98.1

100.0

102.2

104.5

107.1

109.9

112.2

114.4

116.3

118.4

120.7

122.9

125.8

128.5

131.3

134.2

Net interest paid
Interest paid
Less1 Interest received by government'

18
19
20

-37.1
40.0
77.1

-38.3
41.3
79.6

-39.3
42.8
82.1

-40.0
44.3
84.3

-40.2
45.9
86.1

-40.5
47.4
87.8

-40.6
48.7
89.3

-40.5
49.8
90.4

-40.6
50.8
91.4

-40.9
51.6
92.5

-41.3
52.3
93.6

-41.8
53.0
94.8

-^2.6
53.4
96.0

-43.4
54.0
97.5

-44.7
54.7
99.4

-46.2
55.4
101.6

Less: Dividends received by governmentx

21

4.2

4.5

4.6

4.7

4.9

5.0

5.2

5.4

5.6

5.8

5.9

6.1

6.4

6.9

7.1

7.2

Subsidies less current surplus of government enter-

22

-13.0

-13.5

-13.8

-13.8

-13.6

-13.6

-13.7

-13.9

-14.2

-14.6

-15.2

-15.8

-16.5

-17.2

-17.9

-18.5

23
24

.3
13.3

.3
13.8

.3
14.1

.3
14.1

.3
13.9

.3
13.9

.3
14.0

.3
14.2

.3
14.4

.3
14.9

.3
15.5

.3
16.1

.3
16.9

.3
17.6

.4
18.2

.4
18.9

Expenditures

Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Less* Wage accruals less disbursements
Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other

25

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

26

56.6

55.2

56.3

56.3

58.3

52.1

55.5

51.2

35.6

49.5

38.3

37.0

35.1

39.1

39.0

402

27
28

44.8
11.8

46.1
9.0

47.6
8.6

49.0
7.3

50.5
7.8

51.9
.2

53.0
2.5

55.7
-4.4

54.1
-18.5

54.6
-5.1

55.1
-16.8

55.4
-18.4

55.7
-20.6

56.4
-17.3

57.1
-18.1

57.8
-17.6

1. Prior to 1968, dividends received is included in interest received (line 20).




104

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.4.—Personal Tax and Nontax Receipts
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1959

1960

1961

1962

1964

1963

1966

1965

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1

Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes1

...

State and local
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Motor vehicle licenses
Property taxes
Other taxes 2
Fines
Other3

. .

48.7

50.3

54.8

58.0

56.0

61.9

71.0

77.9

92.1

109.9

109.0

108.7

132.0

140.6

39.8

43.5

44.6

48.5

51.3

48.4

53.7

61.5

672

79.3

94.7

922

89.9

107.8

114.3

3
4
5
6

Income taxes
Withheld
Declarations and settlements
Less: Refunds ...

44.5

2

Personal tax and nontax receipts

38.4
30.6
11.9
42

41.7
32.8
13.4
4.4

42.6
34.3
13.1
4.9

46.4
37.0
14.6
5.2

49.0
40.3
14.4
5.7

45.8
36.5
15.4
6.1

50.9
39.0
17.0
5.1

58.4
46.1
18.5
6.2

64.1
53.3
19.0
8.3

762
63.7
222
9.7

91.1
74.6
27.4
10.8

88.5
762
26.0
13.7

85.3
76.0
24.3
15.0

102.3
91.3
25.8
14.8

109.1
104.5
27.3
22.7

7
8

1.4
0

1.8
0

2.0
0

2.1
.1

2.2
.1

2.6
.1

2.8
.1

3.0
0

3.1
.1

3.1
0

3.6
.1

3.7
.1

4.6
.1

5.4
.1

5.1
.1

9

4.6

52

5.7

6.3

6.7

7.5

8.1

9.5

10.6

12.7

152

16.7

18.7

242

26.3

10
11
12
13
14

2.2
.4
.9
.5
2

2.5
5
1.0
.6
2

2.8
.6
1.0
.6
.2

3.2
6
1.0
.6
2

3.4
.6
1.1
.7
.3

4.0
7
1.1
.7
.3

4.4
.8
12
.7
.3

5.4
.8
1.4
.7
.3

6.1
.9
1.4
.7
.3

7.8
1.0
1.6
.8
.3

9.8
1.1
1.9
.8
.4

10.9
1.1
2.1
.8
.4

12.4
12
2.2
.9
.4

17.2
1.4
2.4
.9
.4

18.9
1.5
2.6
.9
.5

15
16
17

A
.2
2

.5
2
.3

.6
.3
.3

.7
.4
.3

.6
.3
.3

.7
.4
.4

.7
.3
.4

.9
.5
.5

1.1
.6
.6

1.2
.6
.6

1.3
.7
.6

1.4
.8
.7

1.6
.9
.7

1.9
1.0
.8

1.9
.8
1.1

Line

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1

159.1

156.4

182.3

210.0

240.1

2802

3124

360.2

371.4

368.8

395.1

436.8

459.0

5125

527.7

2

130.9

125.4

146.6

169.1

193.8

229.7

2562

2972

302.9

292.6

308.0

342.8

357.4

400.6

410.1

Income taxes
Withheld
Declarations and settlements
Less* Refunds

3
4
5
6

126.0
1189
31.7
24.6

120.4
1202
34.9
34.8

140.8
1325
36.3
27.9

161.8
1492
42.5
29.9

188.4
173.0
48.1
32.7

224.0
2024
562
34.5

249.5
229.8
63.9
44.2

290.1
261.1
77.2
48.2

295.0
264.5
86.0
55.5

286.3
265.4
822
61.3

301.5
283.7
83.1
65.3

335.8
303.6
99.6
67.4

349.9
317.8
104.9
72.9

392.5
325.5
140.6
73.5

401.3
343.4
131.1
73.2

Estate and gift taxes .
NontaxesJ

7
8

4.8
.1

4.9
.1

5.6
.1

72
2

5.2
2

5.5
2

6.5
2

6.9
.3

7.5
.3

5.8
.5

6.0
.5

6.4
.6

7.0
.5

7.2
.9

7.6
1.1

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Federal

g

282

31.0

35.8

41.0

46.3

505

562

63.0

68.5

762

87.1

94.0

101.6

111.8

117.6

Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Motor vehicle licenses
Property taxes
Other taxes2

10
11
12
13
14

20.4
15
2.7
.9
.6

22.5
16
2.8
9
.7

26.3
17
3.1
.9
.8

30.4
21
3.3
.9
.8

35.0
2.0
3.6
1.0
.9

38.2
20
3.7
1.1
.9

42.6
2.3
4.0
1.2
1.1

47.9
2.4
4.2
1.3
12

51.9
2.6
4.6
1.4
1.3

58.3
2.5
4.9
1.5
1.4

67.5
2.4
5.3
1.6
1.6

72.1
2.6
5.9
1.9
1.6

77.4
3.0
6.3
2.0
1.4

86.0
3.4
6.8
2.3
1.6

89.9
3.7
7.1
2.4
1.8

Nontaxes
Fines
Other3

15
16
17

2.2
.9
12

2.6
1.1
1.5

3.1
1.3
1.8

3.5
1.5
2.0

3.9
1.7
22

4.4
2.0
2.4

5.0
2.4
2.7

6.0
2.9
3.1

6.8
3.4
3.4

7.6
3.9
3.8

8.7
4.4
4.3

9.9
4.9
5.0

11.4
5.6
5.8

11.9
5.8
6.1

12.7
6.0
6.7

State and local

1. Consists largely of fines and immigration fees.
2. Consists largely of hunting, fishing, and other personal licenses.
3. Consists largely of donations and unclaimed bank deposits.




NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

105

Table 3.5.—Indirect Business Tax and Nontax Accruals
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1959

1960

1964

1961

1966

1970

1967

41.9

Excise taxes
Liquor
Tobacco
Windfall profit tax
Other

'..'.'.Z'ZZ

48.1

51.7

54.7

58.8

62.7

65.4

70.4

79.0

86.6

94.3

103.6

111.4

121.0

13.5

13.7

14.7

15.4

16.3

16.6

15.7

16.5

18.2

19.2

19.5

20.5

20.1

21.5

112
3.0
1.9

12.0
3.1
1.9

12.2
3.2
2.0

13.0
3.3
2.0

13.5
3.4
2.1

14.2
3.6
2.1

13.9
3.7
2.1

12.6
3.9
2.1

13.3
4.1
2.1

14.7
4.3
2.1

15.5
4.6
2.1

15.7
4.7
22

16.0
4.9
2.2

15.6
5.0
2.2

16.7
5.1
2.4

6.9

7.6

8.5

8.1

6.7

7.1

8.3

8.9

8.9

9.0

8.4

9.1

1.0

.."""'.

45.5

12.6

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals

1.2

1.2

1.3

1.6

1.9

1.9

2.3

2.4

2.5

3.1

3.0

3.3

.5
.1
.1
.3

.6
.1
.2
.4

.8
.1
.2
.5

1.1
.1
.2
.8

1.2
.1
.2
.9

1.2
.2
.3
.8

1.3
2
.3
.8

1.3
.2
.3
.8

1.3
2
.2
.8

1.4
.3
.2
.8

1.5
.4
2
.9

1.6
.4
.4
.8

I.!.""".".!..

Customs duties
Nontaxes
Outer Continental Shelf royalties
Deposit insurance premiums
Other1
!.

.1
2

State and local

.1
2

.5
.1
.1
.3

29.3

32.0

34.4

37.0

39.4

42.6

46.1

49.7

53.9

60.8

67.4

74.8

83.1

912

99.5

Sales taxes
State
General
Gasoline
Uquor
Tobacco
Public utilities
Insurance receipts
Other
Local
General
Public utilities
Other

11.1
10.0
4.1
32
.6
.8
.4
.5
.4
1.2
.7
2
2

12.2
10.8
4.4
3.4
.7
1.0
.4
.6
.4
1.3
.9
.3
.2

13.0
11.6
4.8
3.6
.7
1.0
.4
.6
.4
1.4
.9
.3
.2

14.0
12.6
5.4
3.8
.8
1.1
.4
.6
.5
1.5
1.0
.3
2

15.0
13.4
5.8
4.0
.8
1.2
.5
.6
.5
1.6
1.1
.3
.2

16.5
14.5
6.4
42
.9
12
.5
.7
.6
1.9
1.2
.4
.4

18.2
16.1
7.3
4.5
.9
1.4
.5
.8
.6
2.1
1.3
.4
.4

20.0
18.0
8.6
4.8
1.0
1.6
.6
.8
.7
2.0
1.3
.4
.3

21.4
19.4
9.5
5.0
1.1
1.7
.6
.8
.7
1.9
12
.4
.4

25.1
228
11.7
5.5
12
2.0
.7
.9
.8
2.3
1.4
.5
.4

28.6
25.7
13.3
6.0
1.3
2.1
.8
1.2
.9
2.9
1.8

31.6
28.2
14.8
6.4
1.5
2.4
.9
1.1
1.0
3.5
22
.7
.5

35.4
31.4
16.6
6.9
1.6
2.6
1.2
1.4
1.2
4.0
2.5
.9
.6

39.8
352
18.9
7.6
1.7
3.0
1.3
1.4
1.3
4.6
3.0
1.0
.6

44.1
38.8
21.1
8.3
1.9
3.2
1.4
1.6
1.5
52
3.4
1.1
.7

Property taxes
Motor vehicle licenses
Severance taxes
Other taxes2

14.8
.7
.4
1.4

17.6
.8
.5
1.6

19.0
.8
.5
1.6

202
.9
.5

23.2
1.0
.5
1.9

24.5
1.0
.6
2.2

27.0
1.0
.6
2.4

29.9
1.0

1.7

21.7
.9
.5
1.8

32.8
1.1
.7
2.5

36.7
1.1
.7
2.6

40.4
12
.7
3.1

432
1.3
.8
3.6

46.4
1.4
.9
3.9

.8
.3
.3
.1
.1

1.0
.4
.4
.1
.2

1.1
.4
.4
.1
.2

1.1
.4
.4
.1
.2

1.3
.4
.5
.1
.2

1.3
.5
.5
.1
.2

1.4
.5
.5
.2
.2

1.6
.6
.4
.2
.3

2.5
1.0
.8
.3
.5

2.9
1.1
.8
.3
.7

Nontaxes
Rents and royalties
Special assessments
Fines
Other3
Line
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Federal

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1.9
.8
.5
.3
.3
1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

129.3

140.0

151.6

165.5

177.8

188.7

212.0

249.3

256.4

280.1

309.5

329.9

345.5

365.0

385.3

22.1

24.2

23.8

25.6

28.9

30.1

39.6

57.3

49.7

53.5

57.8

58.6

53.5

58.4

60.9

16.5
5.3
2.3

16.4
5.3
2.4

17.0
5.3
2.5

17.5
5.3
2.4

18.5
5.6
2.5

18.5
5.6
2.5

41.7
5.6
2.6
24.3
9.2

32.7
5.4
2.5
15.7
9.1

35.9
5.4
5.0
9.9
15.6

36.3
5.3
4.7
8.3
18.0

34.8
5.3
4.6
52
19.6

30.7
5.5
4.5
.4
20.3

32.1
5.7
4.6

34.6
5.8
4.4

8.9

8.6

92

9.8

10.4

10.5

26.9
5.5
2.5
9.3
9.5

21.8

24.4

Customs duties

3.7

5.9

4.6

5.4

7.1

7.5

72

8.6

8.6

9.1

11.9

12.2

13.7

15.5

16.4

Nontaxes
Outer Continental Shelf royalties
Deposit insurance premiums
Other1

1.9
.5
.4
.9

2.0
.6
.4
1.0

22
.7
.4
1.0

2.7
.9
.5
1.3

3.3
1.1
.6
1.7

4.1
1.5
.6
2.1

5.6
2.3
.7
2.6

7.0
3.5
1.2
2.4

8.3
3.8
1.6
2.9

8.5
3.5
1.8
3.3

9.6
3.9
2.0
3.8

11.6
3.5
3.2
5.0

9.1
2.4
3.4
3.3

10.8
2.3
3.8
4.7

9.8
2.0
3.5
4.3

Excise taxes
Liquor
Tobacco
Windfall profit tax
Other

1072

115.8

127.8

139.9

148.9

158.6

172.3

192.0

206.8

226.6

251.7

271.4

292.0

306.5

324.5

Sales taxes
State
General
Gasoline
Liquor
Tobacco
Public utilities
Insurance receipts
Other
.
Local
General
Public utilities
Other
Property taxes
Motor vehicle licenses
Severance taxes
Other taxes2

482
42.0
23.9
8.1
2.0
3.3
1.5
1.7
1.5
6.1
4.1
1.3
.8

51.7
44.7
25.8
8.4
2.0
3.3
1.9
1.7
1.6
7.0
4.6
1.5
.9

57.8
49.9
29.3
9.0
2.1
3.5
2.1
2.0
1.9
7.9
52
1.8
1.0

64.0
55.0
33.1
9.3
22
3.6
2.4
2.4
2.1
9.0
5.9
2.0
1.1

71.0
60.8
37.5
9.7
2.3
3.7
2.7
2.7
22
102
6.7
2.3
1.2

77.3
65.7
41.8
9.7
2.4
3.7
2.9
2.9
2.3
11.5
7.7
2.5
1.3

82.9
70.0
44.8
9.6
2.5
3.8
3.7
3.2
2.4
12.8
8.8
2.6
1.4

90.7
76.5
49.0
10.1
2.7
3.9
4.6
3.4
2.7
14.3
9.8
2.8
1.7

962
80.3
51.2
10.5
2.7
4.1
5.4
3.5
3.0
15.9
10.8
3.2
1.8

107.4
89.8
58.0
11.5
2.8
4.0
5.9
4.0
3.5
17.7
122
3.5
2.0

121.1
101.0
66.6
12.9
3.0
42
5.9
42
4.1
20.1
14.0
3.8
2.3

131.1
108.9
72.3
13.9
3.1
4.4
6.2
4.8
4.3
22.1
15.5
4.0
2.6

140.4
116.3
77.3
15.0
3.1
4.6
6.0
5.9
4.4
24.1
16.9
4.1
3.1

149.8
124.1
82.5
16.5
3.2
4.7
6.1
6.7
4.5
25.7
17.9
4.3
3.5

161.4
134.1
90.3
17.7
3.1
4.8
6.0
7.2
5.1
27.3
18.9
4.5
3.9

49.0
1.5
1.6
3.8

53.4
1.4
1.8
4.0

58.2
1.6
2.1
4.4

63.2
1.6
2.3
4.8

63.7
1.7
2.6
5.5

64.4
1.8
3.5
62

68.8
2.0
5.0
6.8

77.1
2.1
7.5

85.3
2.1
7.8
7.0

91.9
2.1
7.1
8.4

99.7
2.3
7.3
10.1

107.0
2.6
7.0
11.8

114.5
2.7
5.0
13.6

121.1
3.0
4.3
15.1

127.6
3.1
4.0
15.6

Nontaxes
Rents and royalties
Special assessments
Fines
Other3

32
1.3
.8
.3
.8

3.4
1.3
.9
.4
.9

3.7
1.4
.9
.4
1.0

3.9
1.3
.9
.5
1.2

4.4
1.3
1.1
.6
1.4

5.4
1.9
1.2
.7
1.6

7.0
3.1
1.3
.8
1.7

8.4
3.5
1.6
1.1
2.2

9.7
4.3
1.8
1.3
2.4

11.1
4.9
2.0
1.5
2.7

12.0
5.4
2.1
1.6
2.8

15.8
6.3
2.3
3.8
3.4

13.4
5.4
2.5
1.9
3.6

12.7
4.5
2.4
2.0
3.9

State and local

1. Consists largely of fines, fees, and royalties other than Outer Continental Shelf.
2. Consists largely of business licenses and documentary and stamp taxes.
3. Consists largely of donations.




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Table 3.6.—Contributions for Social Insurance
[Billions of dollars]
Line
Contributions for social insurance

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1967

1966

1968

1969

1971

1970

1972

1973

18.8

223

25.4

28.5

30.1

31.6

40.6

45.5

50.4

573

622

68.9

79.0

97.6

12.6

13.3

15.1

16.7

17.5

18.3

22.8

24.9

27.6

31.6

34.3

382

44.5

55.0

9.0

10.5

11.0

12.7

14.1

14.6

152

19.3

20.8

23.1

26.5

28.5

31.8

37.3

46.7

4.6

Federal social insurance funds

21.9

103

Employer contributions

5.6

5.7

62

7.5

7.8

8.3

12.1

13.4

152

17.9

18.5

20.6

23.3

30.4

Old-age, survivors, disability, and hospital insurance.
Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance
Hospital insurance

4.6
0

5.6
0

5.7
0

6.2
0

7.5
0

7.8
0

8.3
0

11.0
1.0

11.9
1.5

13.1
2.1

15.6
2.3

16.2
2.3

18.2
2.4

20.6
2.7

25.2
5.3

Unemployment insurance
State tax
Federal tax
Railroad employees
Federal employees

2.6
2.0
.3
.2
.2

2.9
2.2
.3
.2
.1

3.2
2.4
.5
.2
.2

42
2.9
.9
2
.1

4.1
3.0
.8
.2
.2

3.9
3.0
.6
2
.1

3.8
3.0
.6
.1
.1

3.8
3.0
.6
.1
.1

3.4
2.6
.6
.1
.1

3.4
2.5
.6
.1
.1

3.4
2.5
.7
.1
.1

3.7
2.4
.9
.1
.3

4.0
2.6
.9
.1
.5

5.9
4.1
12
.1
.5

7.0
5.1
1.5
.1
.3

Federal employee retirement
Civilian
Military

1.4
.8
.7

1.6
.8
.8

1.7
.9
.9

1.9
.9
1.0

2.2
1.0
1.1

2.5
1.1
1.3

2.7
1.1
1.5

3.0
1.2
1.7

3.3
1.3
2.0

3.8
1.5
2.3

4.4
1.7
2.7

5.4
22
32

6.2
2.5
3.7

7.0
2.9
4.2

7.9
3.2
4.7

Railroad retirement
Pension benefit guaranty
Veterans life insurance
Workers'compensation
Military medical insurance'

.3
0
0
.1
0

.3
0
0
.1
0

.3
0
0
.1
0

.3
0
0
.1
0

.3
0
0
.1
0

.3
0
0
.1
0

.3
0
0
.1
0

0
0

0
0

State and local social insurance funds

1.9

2.1

2.3

2.4

2.6

2.9

3.0

3.5

State and local employee retirement
Temporary disability insurance
Workers'compensation

1.6
0
.3

1.8
0
.4

1.9
0
.4

2.0
0
.4

22
0
.4

2.4
0
.5

2.5
0
.5

3.0
0
.5

7.9

Personal contributions

.4
0
0

.e

c

.4
0
0

c

o"
0

0
0

.1
2

0%
0
2
2

2
.3

2
.3

.8
0
0

.1
.1

.1
2

4.2

4.5

52

5.8

6.4

7.3

8.4

3.6
0
.6

3.8
0
.6

4.5
0
.7

5.1
0
.7

5.6
0

6.4
0
.9

7.3
0
1.0

.1
0

9.3

9.7

10.3

11.8

12.6

13.3

17.8

20.6

22.9

262

27.9

30.7

34.5

42.6

Federal social insurance funds
Old-age, survivors, disability, and hospital insurance.
Employees
Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance ..
Hospital insurance
Self-employed
Supplementary medical insurance
State unemployment insurance
Federal civilian employee retirement
Railroad retirement
Veterans life insurance

6.7
5.1

8.0
6.3

8.3
6.5

8.8
7.1

10.2
8.3

10.8

11.3
9.4

15.6
13.1

18.1
152

20.1
16.9

23.2
19.7

24.5
20.4

26.9
22.5

30.2
25.5

38.0
33.0

4.6
4.6
0
.6
0
0
.8
.3
.5

5.6
5.6
0
.7
0
0
.8
.3
.5

5.7
5.7
0
.8
0
0
.9
.3
.6

6.2
6.2
0
.8
0
0
.9
.3
.6

7.5
7.5
0
.9
0
0
1.0
.3
.6

8.3
8.3
0
1.0
0
0
1.1
.3
.6

12.1
11.0
1.0
1.1
.3
0
1.2
.4
.6

13.4
11.9
1.5
1.8
.6
0
1.3
.4
.6

15.3
13.2
2.1
1.6
.8
0
1.4
.4
.6

17.9
15.6
2.3
1.8
.9
0
1.5
.4
.6

18.5
16.2
2.3
1.9
1.1
0
1.9
.4
.6

20.6
18.2
2.4
1.9
1.3
0
2.0
.5
.6

23.4
20.6
2.7
2.1
1.4
0
2.1
.5
.7

30.5
25.2
5.3
2.5
1.5
0
22
.5
.6

State and local social insurance funds
State and local employee retirement
Temporary disability insurance

1.2
1.1
.1

1.3
1.2
.1

1.4
1.3
.1

1.5
1.3
.1

1.6
1.4
.2

2.0
1.7
.3

2.2
1.9
.3

2.5
2.2
.3

2.7
2.4
.3

3.1
2.7
.3

3.4
3.1
.3

3.8
3.4
.4

4.2
3.8
.4

4.6
4.2
.5

Line

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

171.8

197.8

216.6

251.3

269.6

2902

325.0

353.8

379.8

400.7

442.3

102.0

116.8

1273

146.8

157.3

170.5

192.2

204.7

217.7

227.1

247.8

72.9

84.3

96.9

105.7

122.9

130.9

142.6

162.5

172.9

182.9

191.5

210.6

40.1

44.4

51.5

60.9

67.2

80.9

86.0

92.1

106.3

114.3

124.2

131.7

147.5

30.5
5.6

33.8
6.2

37.5
6.9

42.9
8.6

50.3
10.5

55.6
11.6

64.9
15.9

69.2
16.8

73.5
18.7

85.7
20.6

91.5
22.7

98.1
26.1

104.0
27.7

118.0
29.6

72
5.4
1.3
.1
.4

7.4
52
1.3
.1
.8

10.6
8.1
1.4
2
.9

12.3
9.4
2.0
.2
.7

14.9
11.5
2.7
2
.5

15.8
12.2
3.0
2
.4

15.7
11.6
3.4
.1
.5

16.3
12.0
3.6
2
.5

17.0
12.8
3.7
2
.3

21.0
15.5
4.9
.2
.4

25.4
19.4
5.4
.2
.3

25.5
19.5
5.5
.2
.3

24.3
18.2
5.6
2
.3

23.7
17.8
5.4
2
.3

23.9
18.2
52
2
.3

Federal employee retirement
Civilian
Military

9.4
3.8
5.7

11.2
4.4
6.8

12.6
4.9
7.7

14.0
5.5
8.5

15.4
6.0
9.4

17.4
6.8
10.6

19.9
7.4
12.5

22.4
8.4
14.0

24.3
9.0
15.4

25.9
9.6
16.3

26.9
10.2
16.7

28.9
11.4
17.6

29.7
11.8
17.9

31.1
12.7
18.4

33.4
13.9
19.5

Railroad retirement
Pension benefit guaranty
Veterans life insurance
Workers'compensation
Military medical insurancel

1.1
0
0
.3
.3

1.1
0
0
.4
.3

1.3
0
0
.5
.3

1.4
0
0
.6
.3

1.5
.1
0
.6
.3

1.7
.1
0
.7
.3

1.7
.1
0
.8
.4

1.9
.1
0
.9
.4

2.0
.1
0
.9
.5

1.9
.1
0
.9
.6

2.2
.1
0
1.0
.7

2.3
.1
0
1.1
.8

2.5
.3
0
1.1
.9

2.5
.3
0
1.2
1.1

2.7
.6
0
1.3
1.3

110.5

118.5

134.5

62.6

68.1

52.9

56.5

65.3

34.6

36.1

29.2
5.4

Unemployment insurance
State tax
Federal tax
Railroad employees
Federal employees

149.8

79.0

Contributions for social insurance
Employer contributions
Federal social insurance funds
Old-age, survivors, disability, and hospital insurance.
Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance
Hospital insurance

State and local social insurance funds ..

9.7

11.5

13.7

15.7

17.7

19.9

22.2

23.9

26.4

27.9

29.6

31.8

34.7

35.6

37.2

State and local employee retirement ,
Temporary disability insurance
Workers' compensation

8.5
0
1.2

102
0
1.3

12.1
0
1.7

13.5
0
2.1

15.0
0
2.7

16.8
.1
3.0

19.1
.1
3.0

20.8
.1
3.1

232
.1
3.1

24.8
.1
3.0

26.3
.1
3.3

28.0
0
3.7

30.3
0
4.4

30.4
0
5.2

31.1
0
6.0

Personal contributions
Federal social insurance funds
Old-age, survivors, disability, and hospital insurance.
Employees
Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance ..
Hospital insurance
Self-employed
Supplementary medical insurance
State unemployment insurance
Federal civilian employee retirement
Railroad retirement
Veterans life insurance
State and local social insurance funds ..
State and local employee retirement .
Temporary disability insurance

473

50.4

55.5

612

104.5

112.3

119.7

132.8

149.1

162.1

173.6

194.5

43.0
37.7

45.1
39.5

49.7
43.6

54.8
48.3

62.8
55.8

73.5
65.9

81.1
72.9

95.9
86.9

102.9
92.9

109.9
99.5

1222
110.4

138.0
125.5

149.5
136.9

160.0
146.3

179.8
163.5

34.6
29.2
5.4
3.1
1.8
0
2.5
.4
.7

36.1
30.5
5.6
3.4
1.9
.1
2.7
.4
.7

40.1
33.9
6.2
3.5
2.0
.1
2.9
.4
.7

44.5
37.5
6.9
3.9
2.2
.1
3.0
.4
.7

51.5
42.9
8.6
4.3
2.5
.1
3.3
.5
.7

61.0
50.4
10.6
5.0
2.7
.1
3.5
.6
.7

67.3
55.6
11.6
5.6
3.0
.1
3.8

81.0
65.0
16.0
5.9
3.4
.1
4.0
.7
.7

86.1
69.3
16.9
6.8
3.9
.1
4.3

92.4
73.4
18.9
7.1
42
2
4.5
.8
.7

102.0
81.1
20.8
8.5
5.1
.3
4.7
1.0
.7

114.6
91.5
23.0
10.9
5.6
.3
4.8
1.1

124.5
98.0
26.4
12.4
5.7
.3
4.7
1.1
.8

132.0
104.0
28.0
14.3
6.7
.3
4.7
1.1
.8

147.6
117.7
29.9
15.9
9.4
.4
4.5
1.2
.8

4.9
4.4
.5

5.3
4.8
.5

5.8
5.3
.5

6.4
5.8
.6

6.9
6.3
.7

7.5
6.7

9.8
8.8
1.0

10.6
9.2
1.3

11.1
10.0
1.1

12.6
11.0
1.6

13.6
11.6
2.0

14.7
12.5
2.2

1. Consists of payments for medical services for dependents of active duty military personnel for medical care
at nonmilitary facilities.




81.0

8.5
7.8
.7

107

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.7A.—Government Purchases by Type, 1959-71
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1960

1961

Government purchases

1962

1963

1968

1970

155.9

175.6

191.5

201.8

212.7

224.3

69.5

81.3

92.8

99.2

100.5

100.1

100.0

16.0
4.7
-.2
4.8
42.1
26.5
20.1
12.8
7.3
6.4
15.6
3.6

14.9
4.8
-.4
5.2
44.3
28.5
21.6
13.9
7.7
7.0
15.7
3.5

14.7
5.1
-.4
5.5
46.2
30.0
22.6
14.6
8.0
7.4
16.2
3.5

18.6
5.9
-1.5
7.5
53.2
34.3
26.3
17.4
8.9
8.0
18.9
3.5

22.6
8.6
-.9
9.5
58.9
37.9
29.3
19.5
9.8
8.6
21.0
2.8

23.3
10.3
.2
10.1
62.7
41.9
32.4
21.7
10.7
9.5
20.8
2.9

21.2
10.6
.7
9.9
65.8
44.9
34.7
23.3
11.4
10.2
20.9
2.9

21.0
7.3
-.4
7.7
68.9
48.5
36.7
24.6
12.0
11.8
20.4
3.0

16.7
6.5
-.3
6.8
73.0
51.1
37.9
25.3
12.7
13.2
21.9
3.9

51.4

55.8

60.9

66.8

74.6

82.7

92.3

101.3

112.6

124.3

1.8
3.0
32.6
30.2
2.3
14.1

2.0
3.1
35.2
32.9
2.4
15.5

2.3
3.3
38.5
35.9
2.7
16.7

2.5
3.6
42.3
39.3
3.0
18.4

2.8
3.9
47.4
44.1
3.3
20.4

3.0
4.2
53.1
49.5
3.5
22.5

3.2
4.7
59.8
55.9
3.9
24.6

3.6
5.5
67.3
62.6
4.7
24.9

3.9
6.5
77.1
71.1
6.0
25.1

4.2
7.7
86.2
79.3
7.0
26.2

65.4

13.6
3.9
.2
3.7
34.3
22.6
17.7
11.3
6.4
5.0
11.7
3.5

14.6
3.5
-.8
4.3
36.6
23.7
18.3
11.6
6.7
5.4
12.9
3.8

16.9
5.4
.3
5.1
39.3
25.2
19.4
12.3
7.1
5.8
14.1
3.8

44.5

48.4

1.4
2.6
25.3
23.1
22
12.4

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

1967

136.3

58.6

41.8

State and local

1966

67.5

116.8

55.3

15.7
5.6
2.1
3.5
32.3
21.7
17.3
112
6.1
4.4
10.6
3.6

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense
Military
Civilian
Nondefense
Other services
Structures

1965

128.3

107.0
57.1

Federal

1964

1.6
2.8
27.8
25.5
2.3
12.3

1.7
3.0
30.4
27.9
2.5
13.4

1959

122.3

1960

1962

1963

Une

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense
Military
Civilian
Nondefense
Other services
Structures
State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

98.0

99.6

99.5

98.7

96.7

98.4

100.9

103.1

104.2

105.9

107.1

110.8

114.1

116.1

117.9

1192

119.5

120.5

56.3

Government purchases
Federal

57.7

57.6

56.9

53.7

54.2

55.8

57.3

56.7

58.2

58.7

60.6

63.7

65.1

66.2

66.7

65.4

65.6

16.0
4.5
1.2
3.3
31.9
21.7
17.3
11.2
6.1
4.4
10.2
3.9

15.7
6.3
2.7
3.6
32.0
21.7
17.3
11.1
6.1
4.5
10.3
3.8

15.7
6.0
2.6
3.4
32.5
21.7
17.3
11.1
6.1
4.5
10.7
3.5

15.3
5.6
2.0
3.6
32.9
21.7
17.3
11.2
6.1
4.5
11.2
3.1

14.1
3.7
-.1
3.8
32.8
22.0
17.3
11.2
6.0
4.7
10.8
3.2

13.5
3.8
0
3.8
33.5
22.4
17.5
11.2
6.3
4.9
11.1
3.3

13.5
3.6
.1
3.5
35.0
22.9
17.9
11.3
6.5
5.1
12.1
3.7

13.5
4.3
.7
3.6
35.7
23.1
18.0
11.4
6.6
5.1
12.6
3.8

13.9
3.1
-1.0
4.1
35.6
23.1
17.9
11.4
6.5
5.2
12.5
4.0

14.5
3.8
-.6
4.4
36.2
23.3
18.0
11.4
6.6
5.3
12.9
3.8

14.8
3.5
-.6
4.1
36.9
23.7
18.2
11.4
6.8
5.5
13.2
3.6

15.4
3.6
-.8
4.4
37.7
24.5
19.0
12.2
6.9
5.5
13.2
3.9

16.9
4.2
-.9
5.1
38.9
25.0
19.4
12.5
6.9
5.6
13.9
3.8

17.0
5.2
.2
5.0
39.0
25.1
19.4
12.5
6.9
5.7
13.9
3.9

17.1
6.0
.9
5.1
39.4
25.1
19.3
12.2
7.1
5.8
14.3
3.6

16.8
6.2
1.1
5.1
39.9
25.5
19.5
12.1
7.4
6.1
14.4
3.8

16.1
4.8
-.1
4.9
41.0
26.0
19.6
12.4
7.2
6.3
15.0
3.6

16.1
4.1
-.8
4.9
41.7
26.2
19.8
12.5
7.3
6.4
15.5
3.7

41.7

41.9

41.9

41.7

42.9

442

45.1

45.8

47.5

47.6

48.4

50.2

50.4

51.0

51.7

52.6

54.1

54.9

1.4
2.5
24.7
22.6
2.1
13.0

1.4
2.6
25.1
22.9
2.1
12.8

1.4
2.6
25.5
23.3
2.2
12.3

1.5
2.7
26.0
23.7
2.3
11.6

1.6
2.7
26.9
24.6
2.3
11.8

1.6
2.8
27.7
25.2
2.5
12.2

1.6
2.8
28.1
25.8
2.3
12.6

1.6
2.8
28.6
26.3
2.3
12.7

1.6
2.9
29.5
27.0
2.5
13.5

1.7
3.0
30.3
27.6
2.7
12.7

1.7
3.0
30.6
28.3
2.3
13.1

1.7
3.0
31.3
28.9
2.5
14.2

1.8
3.0
31.9
29.5
2.4
13.8

1.8
3.0
32.3
30.0
2.3
13.9

1.8
3.0
32.7
30.4
2.3
14.2

1.8
3.0
33.3
31.1
2.3
14.4

1.9
3.1
34.1
31.9
2.3
15.0

2.0
3.1
34.8
32.5
2.4
15.0

180.6

1964

1963

Government purchases
Federal
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense
Military
Civilian
Nondefense
Other services
Structures
State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures




1965

1967

1966

147.5

1535

159.0

163.4

172.2

173.1

176.3

75.9

802

83.8

85.3

91.8

91.4

93.2

95.0

14.5
5.9
-.4
6.2
50.1
31.8
24.1
15.7
8.4
7.7
18.4
3.6

16.4
5.6
-.9
6.5
50.2
32.7
25.0
16.3
8.6
7.7
17.6
3.7

18.0
72
-1.2
8.4
51.5
33.5
25.6
16.9
8.8
7.9
18.0
3.6

18.8
5.4
-2.1
7.5
56.2
35.1
27.0
17.8
9.1
8.2
21.0
3.4

21.4
5.5
-1.9
7.4
55.1
35.9
27.7
18.5
9.2
8.3
19.2
3.3

22.6
9.3
-.8
10.0
57.0
36.8
28.5
19.0
9.5
8.3
20.3
2.9

22.4
8.7
_^
8.8
57.7
37.2
28.8
19.1
9.6
8.5
20.5
2.6

22.7
8.2
-1.2
9.4
59.3
37.9
29.3
19.4
9.8
8.6
21.5
2.9

22.6
8.1
-1.6
9.7
61.4
39.6
30.7
20.5
10.2
8.9
21.8
3.0

682

69.7

71.6

73.3

752

78.1

80.4

81.7

83.1

85.6

2.5
3.7
42.9
39.8
3.0
19.1

2.6
3.8
43.9
40.8
3.1
19.5

2.6
3.9
45.3
42.1
3.2
19.8

2.7
3.9
46.7
43.3
3.3
20.1

2.8
4.0
48.1
44.8
3.4
20.3

2.9
4.0
49.7
46.3
3.4
21.6

2.9
4.1
50.8
47.4
3.4
22.6

3.0
4.1
52.2
48.7
3.5
22.5

3.0
4.2
53.9
50.3
3.6
22.0

3.0
4.4
55.4
51.7
3.7
22.8

124.0

125.0

126.6

128.8

129.0

129.1

129.8

133.3

1382

67.4

67.2

67.6

68.2

67.4

66.6

66.1

67.6

15.7
5.2
.5
4.7
42.3
26.4
19.9
12.6
7.4
6.4
15.9
42

16.1
4.5
-.4
4.9
43.6
27.4
20.9
13.6
7.3
6.4
16.2
3.0

15.1
4.9
-.5
5.4
44.1
27.9
21.1
13.7
7.4
6.8
16.2
3.5

152
5.1
-.4
5.5
44.5
28.2
21.3
13.8
7.5
6.9
16.3
3.4

14.5
4.8
-.1
4.9
44.6
28.9
21.8
14.0
7.9
7.1
15.6
3.5

14.8
4.4
-.7
5.1
43.8
29.1
22.0
14.1
7.9
7.1
14.7
3.6

14.9
4.4
-.4
4.8
43.4
29.0
21.8
14.1
7.7
7.2
14.4
3.4

14.9
4.6
-.8
5.4
44.6
29.2
21.9
14.0
7.9
7.3
15.5
3.5

14.5
5.5
-.2
5.7
46.5
30.1
22.6
14.5
8.1
7.5
16.4
3.6

56.5

57.8

59.0

60.6

61.5

62.5

63.6

65.6

2.0
3.1
35.6
33.1
2.4
15.8

2.1
3.2
36.5
33.9
2.5
16.1

2.2
3.3
37.4
34.8
2.6
16.2

2.2
3.3
38.1
35.5
2.6
16.9

2.3
3.4
38.9
36.2
2.7
17.0

2.4
3.5
39.8
37.0
2.8
16.9

2.4
3.5
40.6
37.8
2.8
17.1

2.4
3.6
41.6
38.7
2.9
18.0

143.8

70.0

108

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.7A.—Government Purchases by Type, 195&-71—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1968

1969

1970

Line
Government purchases

186.5

100.6

23.3
10.3
-.1
10.4
62.2
41.3
31.9
21.4
10.5
9.4
20.9
2.8

23.3
10.1
.4
9.7
63.3
43.1
33.4
22.5
10.9
9.7
20.1
2.8

23.5
10.6
.5
10.2
63.5
42.9
33.1
22.1
11.0
9.8
20.6
3.0

91.4

93.5

96.1

3.1
4.5
57.3
53.5
3.7
23.6

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

196.7

99.4

88.5

State and local

192.9

98.6

23.3
10.1
-.2
10.3
61.7
40.3
31.1
20.8
10.3
9.2
21.4
2.9

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense
Military
Civilian
Nondefense
Other services
Structures

190.0

98.0

Federal

3.2
4.6
58.9
55.1
3.8
24.7

3.3
4.8
60.6
56.7
3.9
24.8

3.4
5.0
62.5
58.3
4.2
25.2

200.2

196.9

1971

205.4

210.0

214.5

217.3

2202

2232

101.3

99.6

99.6

99.8

99.5

99.7

100.2

100.5

21.1
6.7
-.4
7.1
68.7
48.5
36.7
24.6
12.1
11.8
20.2
3.0

21.0
7.0
-.8
7.9
68.5
48.4
36.5
24.4
12.1
11.9
20.1
3.2

18.1
5.9
-1.3
7.3
72.0
50.7
37.8
25.3
12.4
12.9
21.4
3.5

16.7
6.5
-.6
7.1
72.8
50.9
37.7
25.1
12.6
13.1
21.9
3.7

15.9
7.0
.4
6.6
73.2
51.0
37.7
24.9
12.8
13.3
22.3
4.1

16.0
6.5
.1
6.3
73.9
51.9
38.6
25.8
12.8
13.4
22.0
4.1

228.5

21.0
10.8
.7
102
64.7
43.4
33.5
22.6
11.0
9.9
21.3
3.0

21.0
11.3
1.7
9.6
67.0
46.6
36.1
24.4
11.7
10.4
20.4
2.9

20.6
9.8
.2
9.6
68.2
46.6
36.0
24.1
11.9
10.6
21.6
2.8

8*4
69.8
48.4
36.8
24.9
11.9
11.6
21.4
2.7

21.1
7.2
-2
7.4
68.5
48.4
36.7
24.7
12.0
11.8
20.0
2.9

100.6

102.4

104.1

107.5

110.4

114.8

117.5

120.6

123.5

125.2

128.1

3.5
5.4
66.1
61.5
4.6
25.6

3.6
5.6
68.3
63.6
4.7
24.9

3.7
5.8
70.8
65.5
5.2
23.9

3.8
6.1
73.6
68.0
5.6
24.0

3.8
6.3
76.0
70.2
5.8
24.3

4.0
6.7
78.3
72.2
6.1
26.0

4.0
7.0
80.4
73.9
6.5
26.0

4.1
7.4
83.2
76.5
6.8
25.9

42
7.6
85.3
78.4
6.9
26.3

4.3
7.8
87.3
80.4
6.9
25.8

4.4
8.0
89.0
81.8
72
26.7

1984

1985

1986

22.2
10.4
.3
10.1
63.4
43.1
33.2
22.2
11.0
9.9
20.4
2.9
3.4
5.1
64.1
59.7
4.4
25.3

20.6
82

Table 3.7B.—Government Purchases by Type, 1972-88
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1987

1988

241.5

257.7

288.3

321.4

341.3

368.0

403.6

448.5

507.1

881.5

918.7

106.9

108.5

117.6

129.4

135.8

147.9

1622

179.3

209.1

240.8

266.6

292.0

310.9

344.3

367.8

384.9

387.0

National defense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Structures

77.4
15.0
4.9
55.8
40.3
27.0
13.3
15.5
1.8

77.5
142
4.5
56.7
41.3
27.6
13.7
15.4
2.1

82.6
14.3
5.5
60.7
43.7
29.1
14.6
17.0
22

89.6
18.0
5.4
63.9
47.1
31.1
16.1
16.8
2.3

93.4
18.5
4.7
68.1
49.3
32.4
16.8
18.8
2.1

100.9
21.6
4.7
72.3
51.8
34.0
17.9
20.4
2.4

108.9
23.5
5.1
77.9
55.8
36.1
19.7
22.0
2.5

121.9
28.6
6.5
84.2
59.7
38.7
20.9
24.5
2.5

142.7
33.1
10.4
96.1
66.0
43.5
22.5
30.1
32

167.5
40.6
12.3
111.4
75.6
50.5
25.1
35.8
3.2

193.8
48.5
11.9
129.4
84.0
56.6
27.4
45.4
4.0

214.4
592
11.8
138.7
89.6
60.2
29.4
49.1
4.8

233.1
67.7
10.6
149.9
94.6
63.3
31.3
55.3
4.9

258.6
76.9
10.7
164.9
100.6
67.2
33.5
64.3
6.1

276.7
84.1
10.8
175.1
103.6
69.8
33.8
71.5
6.7

292.1
88.5
10.9
1852
108.7
73.0
35.7
76.5
7.5

295.6
822
11.0
195.2
112.9
75.5
37.4
82.3
72

Nondefense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory
change.
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

29.4
1.0
2.3
-.4

31.1
.7
1.8
-.7

35.0
.7
2.5
-.5

39.8
.9
2.7
.3

42.4
1.1
3.3
2

47.0
12
3.8
.4

53.3
1.5
3.9
0

57.5
1.3
4.0
0

66.4
2.5
5.6
1.5

73.3
2.5
9.4

72.7
3.1
7.4
1.7

77.5
3.6
8.7
2.5

77.8
3.8
4.8
-1.8

85.7
3.9
8.5
2.2

91.1
4.1
12.1
6.4

92.9
4.2
6.4
-2

91.4
4.5
2
-7.1

2.7
23.6
14.6
9.0
2.5

2.5
25.7
15.9
9.8
2.9

3.0
28.6
17.4
11.2
32

2.4
32.3
19.5
12.8
3.9

3.1
33.5
21.7
11.8
4.5

3.4
37.1
23.8
13.3
4.9

3.9
41.9
26.0
15.9
6.0

4.0
46.1
27.4
18.6
6.1

42
51.3
30.3
21.0
6.9

8.5
53.9
32.1
21.8
7.6

5.7
55.7
33.3
22.3
6.6

62
58.6
35.4
23.2
6.7

6.6
622
37.7
24.5
6.9

62
66.1
39.7
26.4
72

5.7
67.0
40.1
26.9
7.9

6.6
73.4
42.7
30.7
8.9

7.3
80.0
46.9
33.0
6.7

134.7

149.2

170.7

192.0

205.5

220.1

241.4

2692

298.0

320.3

341.1

360.3

428.1

465.3

496.6

531.7

4.8
8.4
95.2
87.7
7.4
26.3

5.6
9.6
105.7
97.9
7.7
28.3

6.9
12.3
117.7
107.6
10.1
33.8

7.8
15.5
133.3
121.1
122
35.4

17.7
144.8
132.9
11.8
34.6

9.0
20.2
157.3
145.0
12.3
33.6

10.0
22.0
172.5
158.9
13.6
36.8

11.5
25.4
188.4
174.8
13.6
43.9

12.8
28.8
207.4
193.5
13.9
49.0

13.9
31.8
224.9
210.7
14.1
49.7

15.3
32.7
244.1
228.5
15.5
49.0

17.1
33.5
260.4
243.9
16.5
49.2

22.3
38.7
307.5
283.2
24.3
59.5

24.6
39.1
335.1
305.9
292
66.4

26.0
42.3
357.3
327.3
29.9
71.0

28.1
45.5
382.2
351.9
30.3
75.9

I

II

III

IV

I

Government purchases
Federal

State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

Nondefense
Durable ooods
Nondurable goods
.. .
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory
change.
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services .
Structures
State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures




IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

1976

1975
III

IV

I

II

II

252.7

255.4

257.7

265.1

273.8

283.1

292.8

303.4

310.5

316.7

324.5

333.8

337.4

338.4

1

. .

238.1

240.4

241.1

246.5

2

Government purchases
Federal
National defense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Structures

III

19.6
35.9
281.4
261.9
19.6
53.0

1974

1973

1972
Line

772.3

607.6

107.0

108.1

105.6

106.7

108.9

108.5

107.0

109.8

112.3

114.3

118.8

124.9

126.1

127.7

129.8

134.1

1332

134.0

3
4
5
6
7
8
g
10
11

78.3
15.3
5.2
56.1
402
27.2
13.0
15.9
1.7

78.6
15.8
5.3
55.8
39.6
26.5
13.1
16.2
1.7

76.1
14.6
4.6
55.1
39.8
26.5
13.3
15.3
1.8

76.7
14.3
4.5
562
41.7
27.9
13.8
14.5
1.8

78.0
15.5
4.6
55.9
41.1
27.6
13.4
14.8
1.9

77.6
14.9
4.8
56.0
40.7
27.3
13.5
15.2
2.0

75.8
12.3
4.0
57.4
41.0
27.4
13.6
16.3
22

78.5
142
4.5
57.5
42.4
28.3
14.1
15.1
2.3

79.1
12.8
4.9
59.1
42.6
28.5
14.1
16.5
22

82.0
14.9
5.7
59.2
42.8
28.6
14.3
16.3
2.3

82.9
13.7
5.4
61.6
43.6
28.9
14.6
18.1
2.1

86.5
15.7
6.0
62.8
45.7
30.3
15.5
17.0
2.1

87.7
17.7
5.9
62.0
46.4
30.7
15.7
15.5
22

88.3
17.9
5.8
62.5
46.5
30.7
15.7
16.0
22

89.9
17.9
4.4
65.1
47.0
30.9
16.1
18.1
2.4

92.5
18.6
5.4
66.1
48.7
32.0
16.7
17.4
2.4

91.4
17.7
4.8
66.6
48.8
32.1
16.7
17.8
2.4

92.3
17.8
4.5
68.0
48.9
322
16.7
19.1
2.0

12
13
14
15

28.7
1.0
2.5
0

29.5
1.1
2.6
-.1

29.6
1.0
2.1
-.8

29.9
.8
2.0
-.6

30.9
.7
1.6
-.8

30.9
.7
1.3
-1.3

312
.8
2.1
-.4

31.3
.6
2.3
-.1

332
.5
2.7
-2

32.3
.5
.8
-2.2

35.9
.8
32
.1

38.4
.9
3.2
.1

38.4
.8
2.8
.4

39.3
.8
3.0
.7

39.9
1.0
2.4
.1

41.6
1.1
2.4
-2

41.8
12
3.4
.7

41.7
.9
3.5
.3

16
17
18
19
20

2.5
22.7
14.2
8.5
2.5

2.7
232
14.4
8.8
2.6

2.8
24.0
14.6
9.4
2.5

2.6
24.6
15.1
9.4
2.5

2.4
25.7
15.6
10.1
2.9

2.6
26.1
15.7
10.4
2.8

2.5
25.5
15.8
9.6
2.9

2.5
25.4
16.4
9.0
3.0

2.8
272
16.9
10.3
2.9

3.0
27.6
17.1
10.5
3.3

3.1
28.8
17.4
11.4
3.1

3.1
30.7
182
12.5
3.6

2.3
30.9
18.7
12.2
3.9

2.3
31.7
19.1
12.5
3.8

2.3
32.6
19.5
13.1
3.9

2.6
33.9
20.5
13.4
4.1

2.7
33.0
21.0
12.0
4.3

3.1
32.8
21.3
11.5
4.6

21

131.0

132.3

135.5

139.9

143.7

146.9

150.7

155.4

161.5

168.8

174.0

178.5

184.4

189.1

194.7

199.7

2042

204.3

22
23
24
25
26
27

4.6
8.2
916
842
7.4
26.7

4.7
8.3
93.8
86.4
7.4
25.4

4.9
8.4
96.3
89.0
7.4
25.8

5.0
8.6
98.8
91.3
7.5
27.5

5.2
8.9
101.6
94.2
7.4
28.1

5.5
92
104.4
96.9
7.5
27.8

5.8
9.7
107.1
99.3
7.8
282

6.1
10.4
109.6
101.4
8.2
29.3

6.4
11.1
112.7
103.7
8.9
31.4

6.7
11.9
115.9
106.1
9.8
34.3

7.0
12.7
119.4
108.8
10.6
34.9

7.3
13.6
123.0
111.9
11.1
34.7

7.5
14.4
127.4
115.6
11.8
35.1

7.7
15.2
132.1
119.8
12.3
34.0

7.9
15.9
135.7
123.2
12.5
35.2

8.1
16.4
138.1
125.8
12.3
37.1

82
16.8
140.8
128.9
12.0
38.3

8.3
17.4
143.6
131.7
11.9
35.1

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

109

Table 3.7B.—Government Purchases by Type, 1972-88—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1977

1976

1978

1979

1980

Line
341.3

347.9

355.9

365.7

371.3

379.2

397.7

409.3

421.5

427.1

440.1

454.9

4715

490.5

504.1

507.4

526.4

135.7

140.1

142.7

146.8

148.8

153.3

154.9

160.7

163.7

169.4

172.5

175.2

180.4

189.2

198.6

208.5

208.8

220.6

National defense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Structures

93.8
19.0
4.9
68.0
48.9
32.2
16.6
19.1
1.9

96.2
19.6
4.5
69.9
50.5
33.1
17.4
19.4
2.2

98.1
20.9
4.6
70.1
50.8
33.3
17.5
19.4
2.5

100.7
23.1
4.2
70.9
51.1
33.5
17.6
19.8
2.6

101.7
21.0
5.1
73.3
51.3
33.6
17.7
22.0
2.2

103.0
21.3
4.9
74.7
54.1
35.4
18.7
20.6
2.1

104.3
21.8
4.7
75.8
54.6
35.4
19.1
21.2
2.1

108.1
23.5
5.0
76.9
55.1
35.6
19.5
21.8
2.8

110.1
23.6
5.7
78.2
55.7
36.1
19.7
22.5
2.6

113.0
25.0
5.0
80.6
58.0
37.5
20.5
22.6
2.5

116.0
25.9
5.2
82.6
58.3
37.7
20.6
24.3
2.3

118.5
28.0
5.9
82.3
58.6
38.0
20.7
23.7
2.4

122.9
28.8
7.0
84.5
592
38.5
20.7
25.3
2.7

130.0
31.9
8.1
87.4
62.6
40.8
21.7
24.8
2.6

136.3
33.1
9.8
90.3
63.1
41.2
21.8
27.3
3.0

139.8
33.0
10.0
93.8
64.0
41.9
22.0
29.8
3.0

142.5
32.5
10.9
95.6
65.1
42.9
22.2
30.5
3.6

1522
33.7
10.8
104.6
71.8
47.8
24.0
32.8
3.1

Nondefense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory
change.
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

41.9
.7
3.0
-.3

44.0
1.5
3.4
0

44.6
1.3
3.1
.2

46.0
1.2
3.6
.4

47.1
1.1
4.0
.6

50.2
1.2
4.5
.6

50.6
1.7
3.3
-.2

52.6
1.5
3.6
-.2

53.6
1.3
3.9
-.1

56.4
1.6
4.8
.6

56.4
1.9
4.3
0

56.7
1.6
3.5
-.3

57.5
1.7
3.9
-.1

59.2
0
4.2
.4

62.4
2.6
3.6
.2

68.7
2.6
7.6
4.1

66.2
2.5
4.7

68.4
2.3
6.7
.7

3.3
33.6
21.7
12.0
4.5

3.4
34.6
22.8
11.7
4.5

2.9
35.7
23.2
12.5
4.5

3.3
36.4
23.4
13.0
4.8

3.4
36.8
23.6
13.1
5.3

3.9
39.4
24.9
14.5
5.1

3.5
40.2
25.3
14.9
5.3

3.8
41.6
25.7
15.9
5.9

3.9
41.8
25.9
16.0
6.7

4.2
43.8
27.0
16.8
6.2

4.3
44.4
27.1
17.4
5.8

3.9
45.6
27.1
18.5
6.0

3.9
45.5
27.1
18.4
6.4

3.9
48.7
28.3
20.4
6.2

3.4
49.4
29.2
20.2
6.7

3.5
51.6
30.4
21.2
6.9

3.9
51.9
30.1
21.8
7.1

5.9
52.3
31.5
20.8

205.6

207.8

213.1

218.9

222.5

225.9

230.9

237.0

245.6

252.1

254.6

264.8

274.5

282.7

291.9

295.5

298.6

8.5
18.0
146.1
134.3
11.8
33.1

8.6
18.7
148.6
136.9
11.7
31.9

8.8
19.4
151.7
139.8
11.9
33.3

8.9
20.1
155.1
142.9
12.2
34.8

9.1
20.6
159.2
146.7
12.5
33.6

9.3
20.9
163.1
150.4
12.7
32.6

9.6
21.4
167.2
154.0
13.2
32.8

9.9
21.8
170.4
156.8
13.5
34.9

10.2
22.2
174.3
160.5
13.8
38.9

10.5
22.8
178.0
164.1
14.0
40.8

11.0
23.8
182.1
168.6
13.5
37.7

11.3
24.8
185.9
172.4
13.5
42.8

11.6
26.1
190.6
176.9
13.7
46.2

11.9
26.9
195.0
1812
13.8
48.9

12.3
28.3
200.2
186.4
13.9
51.1

12.7
28.6
205.3
191.2
14.1
48.9

13.0
28.9
209.9
196.0
14.0
46.8

Government purchases
Federal

State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

1982

1981

Government purchases
Federal
National defense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Structures
Nondefense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory
change.
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures
State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures




1983

7.1
305.8
132
29.3
214.2
200.5
13.7
49.0

1984

545.4

556.8

562.2

579.9

587.1

599.8

612.0

631.6

637.5

647.7

666.3

657.6

676.3

695.4

704.4

727.0

229.0

239.8

241.8

252.6

255.8

261.0

268.0

281.4

284.6

291.0

302.6

289.7

297.9

309.6

3112

324.7

157.3
36.1
11.3
106.9
73.0
48.6
24.4
33.9
3.0

165.4
41.0
12.7
108.3
74.0
49.3
24.8
34.3
3.4

169.0
41.5
12.4
112.3
74.7
49.7
25.1
37.6
2.9

178.1
43.5
12.8
118.3
80.7
54.5
26.1
37.6
3.6

182.5
42.1
11.9
124.8
81.7
55.1
26.6
43.1
3.7

190.7
49.6
11.9
125.5
83.4
562
272
42.1
3.7

196.6
49.3
11.9
131.5
83.9
56.6
27.3
47.5
4.0

205.5
53.3
12.0
135.7
86.8
58.5
28.3
48.9
4.4

206.3
54.0
10.8
136.8
88.5
59.4
29.1
48.4
4.7

212.9
58.9
12.6
136.7
89.5
60.3
29.2
472
4.7

215.8
59.5
12.2
139.3
90.0
60.6
29.5
49.3
4.8

222.8
64.5
11.4
141.9
90.4
60.7
29.7
51.5
4.9

2272
66.7
10.4
145.2
93.6
62.7
30.9
51.6
4.8

231.0
68.3
10.3
147.6
94.2
63.1
31.1
53.4
4.8

231.4
62.8
11.4
152.1
94.8
63.5
31.4
57.3
5.0

242.9
72.8
10.4
154.5
95.7
63.8
31.8
58.8
5.1

71.7
2.5
7.6
.9

74.4
2.3
11.0
1.4

72.8
2.2
9.9
.4

74.4
2.8
9.1
.9

73.2
3.0
8.0
1.7

70.3
2.9
7.1
1.8

71.4
3.0
6.6
1.5

75.9
3.4
7.6
1.7

78.3
3.6
8.1
2.4

78.1
3.5
9.9
3.6

86.8
3.5
182
11.1

66.9
3.7
-1.6
-7.1

70.7
3.8
-1.3
-7.2

78.6
3.8
6.8
0

79.8
3.8
6.9
1.0

81.9
3.9
6.7
-12

6.7
53.8
31.9
21.9
7.7

9.6
53.5
31.9
21.6
7.6

9.5
53.2
31.8
21.5
7.5

8.2
54.9
32.8
22.2
7.6

6.3
55.2
33.0
22.2
7.0

5.4
53.6
32.8
20.8

5.1
55.3
33.3
22.1

6.3
58.1
35.3
22.9
6.6

5.5
58.3
35.8
22.5

5.9
61.5
37.1
24.5

6.8
60.8
37.4
23.5

6.5

5.7
60.0
35.0
25.0
6.5

7.1
58.0
35.4
22.5

6.7

6.0
58.5
34.3
24.3
6.4

7.1

6.5

6.7

7.2

5.9
62.3
37.8
24.5
6.8

7.9
64.2
38.4
25.8
7.1

316.4

317.0

320.3

327.4

331.3

338.8

344.0

350.3

352.9

356.7

363.7

367.9

378.4

385.8

393.1

402.2

13.5
31.3
218.5
205.1
13.4
53.1

13.8
31.9
222.6
208.7
13.9
48.8

14.0
31.9
227.0
212.4
14.6
47.4

14.4
31.9
231.5
216.8
14.7
49.5

14.8
32.3
236.8
222.0
14.8
47.4

15.1
32.5
242.7
227.1
15.6
48.5

15.5
32.9
246.3
230.6
15.7
49.2

15.9
33.0
250.5
234.5
16.0
50.8

16.3
32.7
254.7
238.9
15.8
492

16.8
33.2
2582
242.0
16.3
48.4

17.4
33.9
262.1
245.5
16.6
50.3

18.0
34.2
266.7
249.4
17.3
48.9

18.7
35.4
2732
254.8
18.4
512

19.3
35.7
278.7
259.3
19.4
52.0

19.8
35.9
283.8
264.1
19.7
53.7

20.5
36.6
290.1
2692
20.9
55.0

110

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.7B.—Government Purchases by Type, 1972-88—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1985

1987

Line
742.2

825.3

8512

849.7

3522

3642

381.5

373.1

375.6

384.5

387.1

392.5

253.5
75.1
11.2
160.9
100.0
66.7
33.4
60.8
6.3

265.9
82.4
10.4
166.7
100.5
66.9
33.6
66.2
6.5

268.6
79.8
9.5
173.0
102.5
68.8
33.7
70.4
6.3

264.6
74.4
11.6
172.2
103.0
692
33.8
69.2
6.5

275.1
82.2
11.5
174.8
103.2
69.6
33.7
71.6
6.6

288.5
92.5
9.9
179.0
103.7
70.0
33.7
75.3
7.1

278.6
87.1
10.4
174.5
104.6
70.5
34.2
69.9
6.6

283.8
85.1
9.5
182.1
107.6
72.5
35.1
74.6
7.1

291.6
88.5
10.2
185.5
108.2
72.6
35.5
77.4
7.4

296.9
92.8
11.5
185.1
108.9
73.1
35.7
76.3
7.6

295.8
87.8
122
187.9
110.1
73.6
36.5
77.8
7.9

84.7
3.7
9.1
1.9

86.2
3.8
8.5
2.1

88.3
4.3
9.3
4.3

87.6
4.2
8.9
3.0

89.1
4.2
112
5.1

93.1
4.2
13.8
7.9

94.5
3.8
14.5
9.5

91.8
4.0
9.7
3.5

92.9
4.1
7.4
.2

90.1
4.1
.5
-6.2

7.2
64.9
39.7
252
7.0

6.4
66.2
39.7
26.6
7.7

4.9
67.3
39.9
27.5
7.3

5.9
66.4
39.7
26.7
8.0

6.1
65.8
40.1
25.7
7.8

5.9
67.3
402
27.1
7.7

5.0
68.3
40.3
28.0
8.0

6.2
69.3
41.9
27.4
8.7

7.2
72.0
42.9
29.2
9.3

412.2

4242

433.4

442.4

476.6

485.0

21.3
37.3
297.5
2752
22.3
56.1

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

805.9

356.9

6.4
66.0
39.6
26.4
7.0

State and local

799.2

352.1

83.7
3.7
7.1
.7

Nonoeiense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory
change.
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

785.6

3382

246.3
70.3
11.7
159.0
99.5
66.3
33.2
59.5
5.4

National aeiense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Structures

762.4

330.0

Government purchases
Federal

22.0
38.4
304.1
280.6
23.5
59.8

22.6
38.9
310.8
285.9
24.9
612

23.3
40.4
317.7
291.2
26.4
61.1

25.4
39.4
345.3
315.6
29.7
66.5

25.6
40.9
348.9
319.4
29.5
69.6

4612
23.8
39.8
325.2
296.8
28.3
65.0

24.4
38.6
331.9
302.8
29.1
66.3

24.9
38.8
338.3
308.5
29.8
67.8

901.4

876.0

913.8

918.5

937.6

386.0

383.5

392.0

296.7
81.7
10.9
197.1
113.1
75.5
37.5
84.0
7.0

294.8
82.0
11.5
193.6
112.7
75.4
37.3
80.9
7.7

294.0
83.0
10.4
193.7
112.5
75.6
36.9
81.1
6.9

296.8
82.2
10.9
196.4
113.3
75.6
37.7
83.1
7.2

96.7
4.4
7.8
1.6

89.9
42
1.3
-6.8

912
4.7
-.3
-8.6

89.5
4.4
-2.2
-8.1

952
4.9
2.1
-4.7

6.7
76.4
43.0
33.4
9.1

6.1
75.9
43.1
32.8
8.5

8.2
77.4
45.4
32.0
7.0

8.3
80.0
46.7
33.4
6.8

5.9
80.2
47.6
32.6
7.1

6.7
82.1
47.9
34.2
6.1

491.5

501.0

509.0

518.1

527.8

535.1

545.7

25.9
41.9
353.9
324.4
29.5

26.2
43.0
360.1
329.8
30.2
71.8

26.5
43.3
3662
335.6
30.5
73.0

27.1
44.1
372.8
342.6
30.2
74.1

27.7
45.4
378.9
348.5
30.5
75.8

28.4
46.1
385.3
354.9
30.5
75.2

29.1
46.5
391.8
361.7
30.1
78.3

904.7

Table 3.8A—Government Purchases by Type in Constant Dollars, 1959-71
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Une

1960

1959

1961

1963

1962

1965

1970

1971

475.3

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

536.3

549.1

566.9

622.4

667.9

686.8

682.0

665.8

652.4

287.3

285.7

281.8

282.1

319.3

350.9

353.1

340.1

315.0

290.8

49.3
15.7
.8
14.9
178.0
132.1
107.7
76.4
31.3
24.5
45.9
16.1

52.3
16.0
-.8
16.8
184.3
135.3
110.2
79.1
31.1
25.1
49.0
17.5

57.5
21.0
1.4
19.6
192.0
141.6
115.1
83.3
31.9
26.4
50.4
16.8

53.3
19.3
2
19.2
197.1
140.9
113.0
81.4
31.6
27.9
562
16.0

49.9
20.2
-.7
20.9
196.7
141.7
113.1
81.9
31.2
28.6
55.0
14.9

48.3
21.5
-.3
21.8
197.8
142.3
113.2
81.9
31.3
29.1
55.5
14.5

60.5
24.8
-2.5
27.3
220.2
155.4
125.1
91.6
33.5
30.3
64.8
13.8

71.0
32.2
-1.5
33.7
237.0
168.1
136.3
100.3
36.0
31.8
68.9
10.8

71.2
35.5
.4
35.2
235.7
170.7
1382
102.0
36.2
32.5
65.0
10.6

62.1
35.3
1.6
33.6
232.7
171.2
138.4
102.0
36.4
32.8
61.5
10.0

58.5
25.4
-.5
25.9
221.8
161.6
128.4
94.7
33.6
33.2
60.1
9.3

217.9

231.4

236.9

250.6

267.3

284.8

303.1

317.0

333.7

341.9

350.9

44.5
22.4
-.3
22.7
212.7
152.4
118.0
85.4
32.7
34.3
60.3
11.2
361.6

4.7
8.8
143.6
136.0
7.5
52.5

State and local

524.2

270.1

209.6

Civilian

Nondefense
Other services
Structures

501.5

259.0

57.5
18.2
3.8
14.4
173.7
130.5
107.8
76.8
31.0
22.6
432
16.3

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense
Military

476.9

265.7

Government purchases
Federal

5.2
92
150.7
142.7
7.9
52.8

5.4
9.8
158.9
150.3
8.6
572

5.7
9.9
162.1
154.7
7.4
59.1

6.4
10.2
170.1
162.3
7.8
63.9

7.1
10.9
180.8
172.0
8.8
68.5

7.7
11.6
192.2
182.5
9.7
73.3

8.4
12.2
204.2
193.5
10.6
78.3

8.8
12.6
212.0
200.8
11.2
83.6

9.1
13.9
223.3
211.4
11.9
87.4

9.7
15.8
233.6
220.1
13.5
82.8

10.1
18.4
246.0
229.8
16.2
76.4

10.4
21.0
256.4
239.5
16.9
73.8

1960

1959
Une
I

II

III

IV

I

II

1962

1961
III

IV

1

II

III

IV

I

II

1963
III

IV

I

II

1

476.1

4782

474.9

471.9

466.8

473.7

479.9

487.2

493.7

496.6

500.7

515.1

520.8

524.4

526.0

525.3

528.1

532.9

2

266.4

268.4

265.0

262.8

254.9

257.3

259.5

264.3

263.8

268.3

269.7

278.6

286.8

289.1

288.1

285.1

283.4

285.9

3
Durable goods
4
Nondurable goods
.
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change .. 5
6
Other nondurables
7
Services
8
Compensation of employees
9
National defense
10
Military
.
11
Civilian
12
Nondefense
13
Other services
14
Structures
. ...

58.3
15.7
1.8
13.8
174.9
131.0
108.5
77.7
30.8
22.5
43.9
17.6

57.8
19.9
5.1
14.8
173.6
130.5
107.8
76.8
31.0
22.6
43.1
17.1

57.6
18.8
4.6
14.2
172.5
130.3
107.5
76.4
31.1
22.7
42.2
16.1

56.2
18.5
3.7
14.8
173.7
1302
107.5
76.4
31.1
22.7
43.5
14.4

51.0
15.8
.4
15.4
173.5
130.9
106.9
76.2
30.6
24.0
42.6
14.6

48.8
15.9
.5
15.4
177.5
133.5
108.3
76.1
32.3
252
44.0
15.2

48.6
14.8
.7
14.2
1792
132.0
107.6
76.4
312
24.4
47.1
16.9

48.7
16.1
1.6
14.5
181.8
132.0
107.8
76.9
30.9
24.2
49.8
17.7

49.9
14.6
-1.6
16.2
180.7
132.5
107.9
77.6
30.4
24.5
48.2
18.6

52.0
16.4
-.8
17.1
182.3
133.0
108.1
77.2
30.9
24.9
49.3
17.6

52.6
16.2
-.3
16.5
184.6
135.0
109.5
78.0
31.5
25.4
49.6
16.3

54.7
17.0
-.5
17.5
189.6
140.6
115.2
83.6
31.6
25.5
48.9
17.3

58.4
18.7
-.6
19.3
193.0
142.7
116.8
85.6
31.3
25.9
50.2
16.8

58.1
20.9
1.7
192
192.4
142.6
116.3
84.5
31.8
26.3
49.8
17.7

57.8
22.1
2.3
19.8
192.3
141.5
114.7
82.4
32.4
26.8
50.8
15.9

55.9
22.3
2.4
19.9
190.2
139.4
112.7
80.6
32.2
26.6
50.8
16.7

53.5
19.6
.5
19.2
194.3
139.7
112.1
80.8
31.3
27.6
54.6
15.9

53.5
18.3
-.9
19.2
197.7
141.1
113.1
81.5
31.7
28.0
56.6
16.4

15

209.7

209.8

210.0

209.1

2115

216.4

220.4

222.9

229.9

228.3

231.0

236.5

234.0

235.3

238.0

2402

244.7

247.0

16
17
18
19
20
21

4.6
8.7
141.9
134.5
7.4
54.5

4.7
8.8
142.7
1352
7.4
53.7

4.8
8.9
144.1
136.5
7.6
522

4.8
9.0
145.7
137.9
7.8
49.6

5.1
9.1
147.3
139.7
7.6
50.4

5.2
92
149.9
141.6
8.3
52.1

5.3
9.3
151.8
143.9
7.9
54.1

5.3
9.4
153.7
145.7
8.0
54.4

5.3
9.6
1572
148.6
8.6
57.8

5.4
9.8
158.7
149.4
9.3
54.3

5.5
9.9
159.4
151.2
82
562

5.5
10.0
160.5
152.2
8.4
60.5

5.7
9.8
159.9
152.1
7.8
58.6

5.7
9.8
161.2
153.7
7.5
58.6

5.8
10.0
162.8
155.6
7.3
59.4

5.8
10.1
164.4
157.3
7.1
59.9

6.2
10.0
166.3
159.1
7.2
62.2

6.3
10.1
168.5
160.9
7.6
62.0

Government purchases
Federal

State and local
Durable goods
..
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures




NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

111

Table 3.8A.—Government Purchases by Type in Constant Dollars, 1959-71—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1964

1963

1965

1967

1966

543.6

549.8

548.4

546.6

559.3

572.1

615.4

631.8

6432

665.8

6632

668.7

673.9

285.1

280.5

276.2

272.3

277.8

282.7

295.8

301.1

315.3

328.5

332.3

351.8

347.7

352.0

3522

53.7
19.0
-.4
19.5
197.9
141.0
113.1
81.5
31.6
27.9
56.8
12.8

50.6
20.4
-.7
21.1
199.2
140.7
112.5
81.7
30.8
28.2
58.4
15.1

50.9
20.7
-.8
21.5
198.8
141.5
113.0
81.8
31.2
28.6
57.2
14.6

48.8
20.3
.1
20.2
196.7
142.5
113.8
82.4
31.4
28.8
54.2
14.8

49.3
19.6
-1.3
20.8
192.2
142.1
113.3
81.9
31.4
28.8
50.1
15.2

49.3
19.4
-.1
19.6
189.4
140.7
112.0
81.2
30.8
28.7
48.7
142

48.7
20.9
-.6
21.4
193.6
140.9
112.0
80.9
31.1
28.9
52.7
14.6

47.5
22.1
0
22.1
198.3
142.3
112.9
81.3
31.6
29.4
56.0
14.6

47.6
23.4
-.5
23.9
210.1
145.5
116.0
84.3
31.7
29.5
64.6
14.7

54.0
22.9
-1.6
24.4
209.2
148.8
119.5
87.2
32.3
29.2
60.4
15.1

58.8
28.4
-1.7
30.1
214.0
152.4
122.6
89.6
33.0
29.8
61.5
14.1

60.9
23.8
-3.5
27.3
230.4
157.7
126.9
92.8
34.2
30.8
72.7
13.4

68.4
24.0
-3.2
27.2
227.2
162.6
131.5
96.9
34.6
31.2
64.6
12.6

71.4
33.6
-1.1
34.7
235.7
167.9
136.7
101.3
35.4
31.2
67.9
11.1

70.8
32.4
.1
32.4
234.7
167.3
135.6
99.6
36.0
31.7
67.3
9.8

71.0
312
-2.3
33.5
238.8
168.8
136.5
99.9
36.6
32.3
70.0
11.0

70.8
31.4
-2.7
34.1
238.9
168.4
136.5
100.3
36.2
31.9
70.5
112

257.1

261.1

266.5

269.3

272.2

274.4

281.5

289.5

293.8

297.9

300.2

303.3

310.9

313.9

315.5

316.7

321.7

6.5
10.2
171.6
163.7
8.0
65.2

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

551.6

285.3

253.6

State and local

546.4

283.4

52.4
20.3
1.5
18.8
198.4
141.8
113.6
81.7
31.9
28.2
56.5
18.9

DurablG goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense
Military
Civilian
Nondefense
Other services
Structures

540.6

290.0

Government purchases
Federal

6.6
10.4
174.0
165.5
8.5
66.2

6.8
10.6
177.3
168.6
8.7
66.5

7.0
10.8
179.4
170.9
8.5
69.3

7.2
11.0
181.7
172.8
8.9

7.4
11.1
184.9
175.7
9.2

7.5
11.4
186.7
177.3
9.4
68.8

7.6
11.5
190.6
181.0
9.5
71.8

7.8
11.7
194.2
184.4
9.8
75.8

7.9
11.8
197.2
187.2
10.0
77.0

8.1
12.2
200.0
189.4
10.6
77.6

8.3
12.2
202.7
192.0
10.7
76.9

8.5
12.2
2052
194.7
10.5
77.4

8.7
12.3
208.7
198.0
10.7
81.3

8.6
12.3
208.3
197.5
10.8
84.7

8.8
12.4
210.1
199.0
11.0
84.2

8.8
12.7
213.6
202.1
11.5
81.6

13.0
216.0
204.6
11.4
83.9

1968

1971

1970

Line
682.9

686.3

681.7

677.3

6622

665.3

664.4

656.1

653.3

349.7

3422

343.5

339.3

335.4

326.3

315.1

310.9

307.5

297.7

292.7

71.6
36.1
-2
36.3
238.1
171.9
139.1
102.6
36.5
32.7
66.2
10.2

70.8
34.6
.9
33.7
234.5
172.2
139.4
102.9
36.5
32.8
62.4
10.3

70.7
36.0
1.0
35.0
232.1
169.3
137.1
101.3
35.9
32.2
62.8
10.8

66.3
35.1
.7
34.4
230.3
169.9
137.1
100.8
36.3
32.7
60.4
10.5

62.1
36.4
1.5
34.9
234.4
171.3
138.6
102.3
36.3
32.8
63.1
10.5

61.0
36.7
3.8
33.0
231.7
172.4
139.6
103.1
36.4
32.9
59.3

59.1
32.9
.5
32.3
234.3
171.0
138.2
101.8
36.4
32.8
63.3
9.1

58.6
27.8
-2
28.1
231.1
165.5
132.2
98.4
33.7
33.4
65.6
8.8

592
24.8
-2
25.1
221.9
162.6
129.3
95.5
33.7
33.3
59.3
9.2

58.7
24.0
-.3
24.3
218.8
160.4
127.3
93.8
33.5
33.1
58.5
9.4

57.4
25.0
-1.1
26.1
2152
158.0
124.8
91.3
33.5
332
57.2
9.9

48.8
22.0
-2.0
24.1
216.4
156.1
121.7
88.9
32.8
34.4
60.3
10.5

44.8
22.7
-.6
23.3
214.2
153.3
119.0
86.3
32.7
34.3
60.9
11.0

42.5
23.3
1.1
22.1
211.8
151.1
116.8
84.2
32.6
34.3
60.7
11.8

42.0
21.6
.5
21.1
208.4
149.0
114.7
82.1
32.6
34.3
59.5
11.6

332.8

336.4

339.1

340.4

342.7

342.4

342.0

3452

347.1

354.3

356.9

358.4

360.7

361.1

366.1

8.9
13.3
219.4
207.9
11.5

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

682.6

350.3

326.5

Slate and local

686.7

355.9

71.9
35.4
-.3
35.7
238.1
169.6
137.2
101.2
36.0
32.4
68.5
10.9

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense
Military
Civilian
Nondefense
Other services
Structures

688.7

356.4

Government purchases
Federal

9.0
13.6
222.0
210.2
11.8
882

9.2
14.1
224.3
212.6
11.7
88.8

9.4
14.7
227.3
214.8
12.5
87.7

9.5
15.1
229.5
216.8
12.7
86.4

9.6
15.5
232.1
218.9
13.2
85.5

9.8
16.0
234.4
221.1
13.3
822

9.8
16.7
238.5
223.7
14.8
76.9

10.1
17.5
241.6
226.1
15.5
76.0

9.9
17.8
244.5
228.5
16.0
74.9

10.2
18.7
247.2
231.0
16.2
782

10.1
19.5
250.7
233.5
17.1
76.6

10.2
20.2
253.2
236.0
17.2
74.9

10.3
20.8
254.9
237.9
17.0
74.7

10.5
21.2
257.0
240.6
16.5
72.4

10.7
21.7
260.3
243.5
16.9
73.4

1985

1986

1987

650.4

649.7
283.6

Table 3.8B.—Government Purchases by Type in Constant Dollars, 1972-88
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1988

1

653.0

644.2

655.4

663.5

659.2

664.1

677.0

689.3

7042

713.2

723.6

743.8

766.9

813.4

855.4

881.5

886.8

2

284.4

265.3

262.6

262.7

2582

263.1

268.6

271.7

284.8

295.8

306.0

320.8

331.0

3552

373.0

384.9

377.3

National defense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Structures

3
4
5
6
7
8
g
10
11

209.6
387
17.6
148.0
108.4
76.6
318
39.6
5.3

191.3
340
12.9
139.1
102.6
72.3
30.3
36.5
5.3

185.8
322
11.3
137.3
100.8
69.8
31 0
36.5
4.9

184.9
383
9.5
132.4
99.2
68.3
31.0
332
4.8

179.9
35.8
7.7
132.1
972
66.6
30.6
34.9
42

181.6
389
7.3
1312
96.4
66.0
30.3
34.8
42

182.1
38.9
7.3
131.7
96.8
65.4
31.4
34.9
4.3

185.1
42.3
7.5
131.7
95.9
64.4
31.5
35.8
3.5

194.2
45.5
8.3
136.3
96.5
65.0
31.5
39.8
4.1

206.4
495
9.2
143.9
99.5
672
32.4
44.3
3.9

221.4
52.7
9.3
154.7
101.8
68.4
33.4
52.9
4.7

234.2
60.2
9.5
159.0
103.7
69.6
342
55.3
5.5

245.8
661
8.6
165.7
105.0
70.4
34.5
60.7
5.4

265.6
74.7
8.9
175.7
106.7
71.4
35.3
69.0
6.4

280.6
80.9
11.1
181.6
107.4
72.1
35.3
74.2
7.0

292.1
88.5
10.9
185.2
108.7
73.0
35.7
76.5
7.5

287.0
81 3
10.3
188.6
108.3
72.4
35.9
802
6.9

Nondefense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory
change.
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services .
Structures

12
13
14
15

74.8
2.2
66
-.5

74.1
1.7
5.2
-.8

76.8
1.4
5.7
-.3

77.8
1.5
4.6
.4

7&3
1.8
5.5
2

81.4
2.0
6.2
.6

86.5
2.3
6.1
.1

86.6
1.7
5.7
0

90.6
3.1
6.7
12

89.4
2.6
8.5
.8

84.7
3.1
7.0
1.5

86.6
3.6
8.0
2.4

85.1
3.8
5.3
-.8

89.5
3.9
8.0
2.0

92.4
4.1
10.9
52

92.9
4.2
6.4
-2

90.2
4.5
1.9
-5.1

16
17
18
19
20

71
59.5
35.2
24.3
6.5

60
60.1
35.4
24.7
7.1

60
62.7
37.2
25.5
7.0

4.2
64.3
37.8
26.4
7.4

5.3
63.0
39.7
23.3
8.0 .

5.5
65.0
40.6
24.3
8.3

6.0
68.6
41.6
26.9
9.5

5.7
70.6
41.6
29.0
8.6

5.4
72.1
42.7
29.4
8.8

7.7
69.4
41.4
28.0
8.9

5.5
672
40.6
26.6
7.4

5.6
67.7
41.1
26.6
7.3

6.0
68.6
41.5
272
7.4

6.1
70.1
41.9
282
7.5

5.7
69.3
41.7
111
8.1

66
73.4
42.7
30.7
8.9

7.0
77.3
45.2
32.1
6.5

21

368.6

378.9

392.9

400.8

401.1

401.0

408.4

417.6

419.4

417.4

417.6

423.0

436.0

458.2

482.4

496.6

509.6

22
23
24
25
26
27

11.4
22.3
264.8
248.6
16.3
70.0

13.0
23.1
273.3
257.7
15.5
69.6

14.2
23.9
285.3
2662
19.0
69.5

14.2
26.9
293.9
272.0
21.9
65.7

14.4
29.4
294.3
275.0
19.3
62.9

14.5
31.6
296.8
278.6
182
58.1

15.0
32.6
303.8
285.8
18.0
57.0

15.6
32.3
310.4
295.0
15.4
59.2

16.0
30.8
314.0
301.1
12.9
58.7

15.9
30.8
314.0
303.0
11.1
56.8

16.6
31.7
314.0
301.8
122
55.3

182
33.0
316.7
302.6
14.1
55.1

20.6
34.9
323.0
305.4
17.5
57.5

23.0
37.7
336.2
313.2
23.0
61.3

25.1
40.9
349.4
320.8
28.6
67.0

26.0
42.3
357.3
327.3
29.9
71.0

27.4
44.3
365.4
333.9
31.5
72.5

Government purchases
Federal

State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures
..




112

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.8B.—Government Purchases by Type in Constant Dollars, 1972-88—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

Line
Government purchases

657.9

State and local

652.3

645.9

636.8

642.0

648.8

658.6

6542

660.1

659.2

659.5

665.4

669.7

665.1

275.8

276.9

270.0

256.8

257.7

260.0

264.0

260.1

2662

262.0

261.5

262.6

264.6

258.6

258.1

215.1
41.4
19.1
149.3
107.6
75.6
31.9
41.7
5.3

205.0
36.9
16.9
145.9
107.7
75.8
31.9
38.3
5.3

201.5
36.1
15.2
145.2
108.1
76.3
31.8
37.1
5.1

201.1
39.3
14.8
141.8
105.0
74.6
30.4
36.8
5.1

194.6
35.6
14.4
139.4
102.8
72.5
30.3
36.6
5.2

183.3
28.3
10.7
138.8
101.4
71.3
30.0
37.5
5.5

186.0
32.7
11.5
136.3
101.2
70.9
30.3
35.1
5.5

184.3
28.9
11.4
138.7
101.1
70.5
30.6
37.7
5.3

188.9
34.1
12.9
136.6
100.9
70.0
30.8
35.7
5.3

182.8
29.8
10.7
137.7
100.3
69.1
31.1
37.4
4.6

187.1
36.2
10.4
136.0
100.8
69.5
31.3
35.3
4.5

185.1
38.3
10.4
131.8
100.2
69.1
31.1
31.6
4.6

183.9
37.6
10.5
131.3
99.3
68.5
30.8
32.0
4.5

185.0
37.9
7.6
134.4
98.9
67.9
31.0
35.5
5.0

185.7
392
9.4
132.1
98.5
67.5
30.9
33.7
5.0

180.2
35.7
7.9
131.8
98.0
67.1
30.9
33.8
4.9

180.3
35.4
7.5
133.4
97.4
66.8
30.6
36.0
4.0

75.5
2.3
7.1
-.2

75.4
2.3
6.3
-12

74.3
1.9
6.1
-.8

75.8
1.8
5.0
-1.0

75.3
1.8
4.7
-1.6

73.4
1.8
5.4
-.4

71.8
1.5
5.7
0

75.7
1.2
6.1
-2

75.0
1.3
4.8
-1.4

77.4
1.6
6.2
.3

79.2
1.6
5.8
2

76.9
1.2
4.8
.6

77.6
1.2
5.1
1.0

77.6
1.6
4.1
.1

78.9
1.8
4.4
-2

78.4
2.0
5.4
.7

77.8
1.4
5.5
.2

6.7
58.4
352
23.2
6.5

Nondefense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory
change.
Other nondurable
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

649.5

280.3

74.0
2.2
6.8
.1

Civilian
Other services
Structures

648.5

290.6

216.8
40.3
19.3
151.7
110.5
78.6
31.8
41.2
5.4

National defense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees

656.0

290.7

Federal

7.3
59.3
35.3
24.0

7.5
60.2
35.3
25.0
6.5

6.8
60.0
35.1
24.9

6.1
61.7
35.6
26.0
7.4

6.3
62.0
35.5
26.5
6.9

5.9
59.1
35.1
23.9

6.3
61.8
37.1
24.7

7.1

5.7
57.5
35.4
22.2
7.0

6.2
61.6
37.2
24.4
7.4

5.9
62.9
37.3
25.6
6.6

5.6
64.5
37.1
27.4
7.3

4.2
63.3
37.4
25.9
7.5

4.1
64.0
37.7
26.3
7.3

4.0
64.6
37.9
26.7
7.3

4.6
65.1
38.3
26.8
7.6

4.7
63.2
39.1
24.1
7.8

5.3
62.6
39.5
23.1
8.3

373.7

375.3

375.9

380.0

384.2

394.6

394.1

393.9

397.1

398.0

402.8

405.1

406.5

400.8

11.8
22.5
2682
252.0
16.2
71.2

12.3
22.6
269.1
254.4
14.7
71.4

12.7
22.7
271.4
256.5
14.9
69.1

13.1
23.2
275.1
258.7
16.4
68.5

13.7
23.8
277.4
261.3
16.1
69.3

14.3
23.7
284.3
265.3
19.0
72.3

14.2
23.9
287.1
267.1
20.0
69.0

14.0
24.6
2892
2692
20.0
66.1

14.1
25.8
291.5
270.6
20.9
65.7

142
26.7
293.8
271.8
22.0
63.3

14.3
27.3
296.0
272.7
23.3
65.3

14.3
27.8
294.4
273.0
21.4
68.5

14.4
28.6
293.5
273.4
20.0
70.1

14.4
29.1
293.7
273.9
19.8
63.6

367.2

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

11.1
22.2
261.7
245.1
16.6
72.3

6.7
365.4
11.3
222
263.7
247.4
16.3
68.2

368.2
11.6
22.3
265.8
249.7
16.1
68.5

6.3

14.1
23.6
280.5
263.3
172
70.6

1978

1976

1979

1980

Line
Government purchases
Federal
National defense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Structures
Nondefense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory
change.
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures
State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures




657.0

655.9

659.2

666.7

666.0

664.3

675.9

681.8

684.1

6812

687.0

693.6

695.3

704.7

707.9

701.9

702.2

257.7

258.2

259.4

264.2

264.3

264.3

263.5

270.4

270.3

270.1

270.4

269.9

273.5

272.9

281.0

288.2

285.6

284.4

179.7
36.0
8.1
131.8
96.9
66.3
30.5
35.0
3.8

179.3
36.3
7.5
131.4
96.6
66.2
30.5
34.8
4.1

180.4
38.3
7.3
1302
96.3
66.1
302
33.9
4.6

183.7
422
6.7
130.2
96.3
66.1
30.2
33.9
4.6

182.3
37.1
7.8
133.5
96.5
66.1
30.4
37.0
3.9

179.9
37.8
7.5
130.9
96.4
65.8
30.6
34.5
3.7

179.3
37.2
7.0
131.3
96.7
65.7
31.0
34.7
3.8

184.0
402
7.1
131.9
96.7
65.3
31.5
35.2
4.7

183.2
38.5
8.1
132.3
97.1
65.5
31.6
352
4.3

182.0
39.5
7.0
131.2
96.6
65.1
31.5
34.6
42

1832
40.1
6.9
132.6
962
64.7
31.5
36.4
3.6

182.8
41.1
7.3
131.0
95.7
64.2
31.6
35.2
3.5

186.3
42.5
7.8
132.4
95.8
64.2
31.6
36.6
3.6

188.0
45.5
8.0
130.9
95.8
64.4
31.5
35.1
3.5

192.2
46.7
8.3
133.1
95.7
64.4
31.3
37.4
4.0

194.2
46.3
7.9
136.0
96.1
64.6
31.5
39.9
4.0

194.1
442
8.6
136.8
97.0
65.4
31.6
39.8
4.5

196.4
44.8
8.3
139.4
97.4
65.8
31.6
42.0
3.8

78.0
1.2
5.3
-.3

78.9
2.4
5.8
.1

78.9
22
5.2
.3

80.5
2.0
5.8
.5

81.9
1.9
6.4

84.4
1.9
72

842
2.7
5.5
-.1

86.5
2.3
5.8
-.1

87.1
1.9
6.1
0

2.3
7.0
.7

872
2.7
6.3
0

87.1
2.4
5.1
-.4

87.1
2.6
5.6
-.1

85.0
-1.1
5.9
.4

3.4
5.1
2

94.0
32
8.2
3.2

91.5
3.0
6.3
.8

2.8
7.0
.7

5.6
63.4
40.0
23.4
8.0

5.7
62.8
40.3
22.5

4.9
63.8
40.3
23.4
7.7

5.4
64.4
40.5
23.9
8.1

5.6
64.7
40.8
23.9
8.9

6.3
66.8
40.9
25.9
8.5

5.6
67.3
41.3
26.0
8.7

6.0
69.0
41.7
27.2
9.4

6.1
68.7
41.8
26.9
10.3

6.3
69.3
41.7
27.6
9.5

6.3
69.6
41.7
27.9
8.6

5.7
70.0
41.7
28.4
8.9

5.5
71.8
41.3
30.5
8.3

4.9
71.6
42.2
29.4
8.8

5.1
73.8
43.8
30.0
8.8

399.3

397.7

399.9

402.5

400.0

402.6

405.4

414.0

410.8

5.5
71.0
41.7
29.3
8.6
417.1

420.1

422.4

423.7

419.7

5.5
73.4
43.1
30.2
8.8
4162

14.4
29.7
295.0
275.6
19.4
60.3

14.4
30.4
2952
2772
18.0
57.7

14.4
30.9
2952
277.2
18.0
59.3

14.5
31.3
295.9
277.4
18.5
60.8

14.6
32.1
298.5
280.8
17.8
54.7

14.8
32.5
301.3
283.1
18.2
54.1

14.9
32.6
302.6
284.4
18.2
55.3

15.2
32.5
306.7
289.0
17.7
59.6

15.4
32.9
308.6
2922
16.4
53.9

15.6
32.6
309.9
2942
15.7
59.1

15.7
32.1
310.8
295.8
15.1
61.5

15.8
31.7
312.4
297.9
14.4
62.5

15.9
31.3
313.4
299.8
13.6
63.1

16.0
30.8
314.0
300.9
13.1
58.8

14.6
31.9
297.6
279.1
18.5
57.7

15.1
32.6
304.7
286.6
18.0
592

16.0
30.6
314.1
301.6
12.5
55.6

6.3
69.6
41.7
27.9
8.7
417.8
15.9
30.3
314.3
302.1
12.2
57.2

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

113

Table 3.8B.—Government Purchases by Type in Constant Dollars, 1972-8&—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1982

1981

1984

1983

Line
712.2

713.4

711.7

715.5

714.7

7192

724.6

735.9

735.3

740.4

751.5

748.1

754.1

763.3

766.0

leral

290.6

297.3

297.5

297.9

299.5

301.6

307.0

316.0

315.5

319.2

326.3

3222

323.8

329.6

328.7

341.7

National defense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Structures

200.1
45.8
8.9
141.6
98.5
66.5
31.9
43.1
3.7

206.6
51.0
9.3
142.1
99.1
66.8
32.3
43.0
42

208.9
502
9.0
1462
100.1
67.5
32.5
46.1
3.5

210.2
50.9
9.5
145.6
100.5
67.8
32.7
45.1
4.3

213.3
47.9
9.1
151.8
100.9
68.1
32.8
50.9
4.5

219.1
54.2
9.4
151.2
101.7
68.3
33.5
49.5
4.4

223.6
52.8
92
156.9
102.0
68.5
33.5
54.9
4.7

229.4
55.9
9.6
158.8
102.3
68.6
33.7
56.5
52

227.6
54.9
8.7
158.4
103.5
69.4
34.1
54.9
5.5

232.4
60.1
10.1
156.7
103.5
69.5
34.1
532
5.5

233.9
59.4
9.8
159.3
103.9
69.7
34.2
55.4
5.5

242.9
66.3
9.5
161.5
103.9
69.6
34.3
57.6
5.6

241.7
66.2
8.4
161.8
104.6
70.1
34.5
57.2
5.2

244.3
67.1
8.3
163.7
104.8
70.4
34.5
58.9
5.3

243.0
60.9
9.2
167.4
105.1
70.6
34.5
62.4
5.5

254.3
70.3
8.6
169.8
105.3
70.6
34.7
64.5
5.5

90.5
2.8
7.8
.8

90.7
2.5
9.6
1.3

88.6
2.3
8.9
.4

87.7
2.8
7.8
.8

86.2
3.1
7.5
1.5

82.5
2.9
6.8
1.6

83.4
2.9
6.4
1.3

3.4
7.3
1.5

87.9
3.7
7.3
2.0

3.6
8.7
2.8

92.3
3.5
14.2
8.0

79.3
3.7
1.8
-3.3

82.1
3.8
2.3
-3.4

85.3
3.7
6.4
.4

85.7
3.7
6.3
.9

87.4
3.8
6.0
-1.0

7.0
70.7
41.8
28.9
9.2

8.3
69.7
41.6
28.1
8.9

8.5
68.7
41.3
27.4
8.7

7.0
68.4
40.9
27.4
8.7

6.0
67.8
40.7
27.1
7.9

52
65.3
40.4
25.0
7.4

5.1
66.8
40.7
26.1
7.2

5.8
68.9
40.8
28.1
7.0

5.4
69.7
40.9
28.8
7.1

5.9
67.4
41.0
26.3
72

6.2
66.9
41.1
25.8
7.7

5.1
66.7
41.2
25.4
7.1

5.7
68.7
412
27.5
7.2

6.0
67.5
41.3
26.1
7.7

5.3
68.4
41.6
26.9
7.3

7.1
70.0
41.8
28.2
7.5

421.6

416.2

414.2

417.5

415.2

417.6

417.6

419.9

419.8

4212

425.3

425.9

430.4

433.7

437.3

442.6

15.8
30.8
314.1
303.0
11.1
61.0

15.8
30.8
313.8
303.0
10.8
55.8

15.9
30.8
313.6
302.7
10.9
54.0

16.0
30.7
314.6
303.1
11.5
56.3

16.2
31.3
314.1
302.6
11.5
53.6

16.4
31.7
314.7
302.8
11.9
54.8

16.7
31.8
313.5
301.0
12.5
55.6

17.0
32.0
313.7
300.6
13.1
57.1

17.5
32.5
314.7
301.4
13.3
55.2

18.0
32.8
316.1
3022
13.8
54.3

19.1
33.6
318.8
303.7
15.0
54.5

19.7
342
320.1
304.1
16.0
56.3

20.3
34.7
321.8
304.6
172
56.8

20.7
35.0
323.3
305.8
17.6
58.2

21.5
35.8
326.6
307.3
19.4
58.6

883.7

885.6

883.7

894.5

Government purchases

Nondefense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory
change.
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures
State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

1985

18.5
33.1
317.4
302.9
14.4
56.3

784.3

1987

1986

Line
III

IV

791.5

805.8

825.7

830.5

834.9

850.6

871.6

864.8

869.1

879.0

884.9

leral

343.4

350.0

363.5

363.7

359.4

369.7

385.5

377.5

376.8

384.5

386.8

379.7

3772

373.7

378.4

National defense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Structures

255.0
682
9.9
171.3
106.3
712
352
65.0
5.7

261.7
73.0
9.4
172.6
106.7
71.4
35.2
65.9
6.7

273.7
80.8
8.4
177.7
107.2
71.7
35.4
70.6
6.7

272.1
76.6
7.8
1812
106.8
71.4
35.4
74.4
6.6

269.2
72.3
10.2
179.9
107.0
71.6
35.4
72.9
6.8

279.1
78.1
12.0
182.0
107.0
71.8
352
75.0
6.9

292.1
88.8
10.9
185.0
107.4
72.3
35.1
77.6
7.5

2822
84.5
11.4
179.5
108.1
72.6
35.5
71.4
6.8

284.9
83.8
10.1
183.8
108.1
72.8
35.3
75.7
7.2

291.6
88.0
10.3
185.8
108.0
72.6
35.4
77.8
7.5

296.8
93.5
11.3
184.6
108.9
73.1
35.8
75.7
7.4

295.0
88.9
11.8
186.5
109.7
73.4
36.4
76.7
7.9

290.8
81.6
10.5
191.8
109.1
72.9
362
82.6
7.0

287.1
81.6
10.7
187.3
108.1
722
36.0
79.2
7.5

284.6
81.3
9.5
1872
107.8
72.2
35.6
79.4
6.6

285.7
80.6
10.5
188.0
108.3
72.4
35.9
79.7
6.5

88.4
3.7
6.8
.7

3.7
8.5
1.6

3.8
7.9
1.7

91.6
4.3
9.0
4.0

90.3
4.2
8.6
2.5

90.6
42
10.1
4.2

93.4
42
11.8
5.9

95.3
3.7
13.3
8.2

92.0
4.0
9.5
3.2

923
4.0
7.4
2

90.0
42
.4
-6.3

96.6
4.5
8.2
2.1

88.9
4.3
2.1
-6.0

90.1
4.7
1.2
-7.0

4.3
.6
-5.0

92.7
4.8
3.7
-2.6

6.1
70.6
41.9
28.6
7.3

6.8
69.0
41.8
272
7.3

6.2
70.1
41.8
28.3
8.0

5.1
70.7
41.9
28.8
7.6

6.0
69.3
41.6
27.7
8.3

6.0
68.3
41.7
26.6
8.0

5.8
69.5
41.7
27.8
7.9

5.1
70.3
41.7
28.6
8.1

6.3
69.7
42.0
27.7

72
72.1
42.8
29.3
9.3

6.7
76.3
43.1
332
9.1

6.1
75.5
43.1
32.4
8.5

8.1
75.7
44.1
31.5
6.8

8.1
77.6
45.1
32.5
6.6

5.6
77.4
45.8
31.6
6.8

6.3
78.4
45.7
32.7
5.8

448.1

455.8

4622

466.7

475.4

4803

486.0

487.3

492.3

494.6

498.1

501.4

5033

510.0

516.1

22.1
36.5
330.6
309.8
20.8
58.9

22.7
372
3342
311.9
22.3
61.6

23.4
38.0
3382
314.6
23.6
62.6

24.0
39.0
341.7
316.5
25.3
62.0

24.5
40.0
3452
318.0
27.2
65.7

24.9
40.7
348.3
319.8
28.5
67.0

25.3
41.3
351.1
321.9
292
68.4

25.5
41.6
353.1
323.7
29.4
67.1

25.7
41.9
354.6
325.1
29.5
70.1

25.9
42.1
356.5
326.7
29.9
70.1

26.1
42.4
357.9
328.0
29.9
71.7

26.4
42.7
360.0
329.5
30.5
722

26.8
43.7
362.0
3312
30.8
71.5

27.6
44.5
366.6
334.8
31.8
71.3

28.0
44.7
369.0
336.7
32.2
74.3

Government purchases

Nondefense
Durable goods
Nondurable goods 'ILL.'.
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory
change.
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures
State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures




27.2
44.2
3642
332.8
31.3
72.9

114

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8
Table 3.9A.—Government Purchases Gross and Net of Sales by Type, 1959-71
[Billions of dollars]
1959

Government purchases
Federal

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1967

1966

1968

1969

1970

1971

107.0

99.0

116.8

122.3

128.3

136.3

155.9

175.6

191.5

201.8

212.7

224.3

57.1

66.4

67.5

69.5

81.3

92.8

99.2

100.5

100.1

100.0

13.6
14.1
.5
3.9
.2
2.6
2.5
3.7
3.7
0
34.3
34.5
.2
3.5

14.6
15.0
.4
3.5
-.8
1.8
2.5
4.3
4.3
0
36.6
36.8
.2
3.8

16.9
17.4
.4
5.4
.3
2.7
2.4
5.1
5.1
0
39.3
39.5
.2
3.8

16.0
16.4
.4
4.7
-.2
2.7
2.9
4.8
4.9
0
42.1
42.3
.2
3.6

14.9
15.4
.5
4.8
-.4
2.0
2.5
5.2
5.2
0
44.3
44.5
.2
3.5

14.7
15.4
.7
5.1
-.4
1.6
2.0
5.5
5.5
0
46.2
46.4
.2
3.5

18.6
19.8
1.2
5.9
-1.5
1.3
2.9
7.5
7.5
0
53.2
53.5
.2
3.5

22.6
23.2
.7
8.6
-.9
1.1
2.0
9.5
9.5
0
58.9
59.1
.2
2.8

23.3
23.9
.5
10.3
.2
.9
.8
10.1
10.1
0
62.7
63.0
.3
2.9

21.2
21.8
.6
10.6
.7
1.6
.9
9.9
9.9
0
65.8
66.2
.3
2.9

21.0
21.5
.6
7.3
-.4
1.2
1.6
7.7
7.7
0
68.9
69.2
.3
3.0

16.7
17.3
.6
6.5
-.3
1.2
1.6

44.5

51.4

55.8

66.8

74.6

82.7

92.3

101.3

112.6

124.3

1.4
1.4
0
2.6
3.6
1.0
25.3
27.6
2.3
.4
1.0
.9
12.4

Durable goods
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Nondurable goods
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Services
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Tuition and related educational charges
Health and hospital charges
Other sales
Structures1

65.4

41.8

State and local

58.6

15.7
16.1
.4
5.6
2.1
4.7
2.6
3.5
3.5
0
32.3
32.5
.2
3.6

Durable goods
Gross purchases
Less: sales
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Other
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Services
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Structures1

55.3

1.6
1.6
0
2.8
3.8
1.0
27.8
30.3
2.5
.5
1.0
1.0
12.3

1.8
1.8
0
3.0
4.3
1.2
32.6
35.7
3.2
.6
1.3
1.3
14.1

2.0
2.0
0
3.1
4.5
1.4
35.2
38.8
3.6
.7
1.4
1.5
15.5

2.5
2.5
0
3.6
5.3
1.7
42.3
47.0
4.7
1.0
1.8
1.9
18.4

2.8
2.8
0
3.9
5.8
1.8
47.4
52.8
5.4
1.2
2.1
2.0
20.4

3.0
3.0
0
4.2
6.2
2.0
53.1
59.3
6.3
1.4
2.6
2.3
22.5

3.2
3.3
.1
4.7
6.8
2.1
59.8
67.1
7.3
1.7
3.2
2.4
24.6

3.6
3.8
.3
5.5
7.7
2.3
67.3
75.4
8.1
2.0
3.5
2.6
24.9

3.9
4.3
.4
6.5
8.9
2.4
77.1
86.2
9.1
2.4
3.9
2.8
25.1

4.2
4.8
.6
7.7
10.1
2.4
86.2
96.9
10.7
2.9
4.7
3.1
26.2

1.7
1.7
0
3.0
4.1
1.1
30.4
33.2
2.8
.5
1.1
1.2
13.4

2.3
2.3
0
3.3
4.8
1.5
38.5
42.6
4.1
.9
1.5
1.7
16.7

0
73.0
73.3
.3
3.9

1. Separate estimates of gross purchases and sales of structures are not available.

Table 3.9B.—Government Purchases Gross and Net of Sales by Type, 1972-88
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1

241.5

257.7

288.3

321.4

341.3

368.0

403.6

448.5

507.1

561.1

607.6

652.3

700.8

772.3

833.0

881.5

918.7

2

106.9

108.5

117.6

129.4

135.8

147.9

162.2

179.3

209.1

240.8

266.6

292.0

310.9

344.3

367.8

384.9

387.0

National defense
Durable goods
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Nondurable goods
Gross purchases
Less- Sales
Services
Gross purchases
Less- Sales
Structuresx

3
4
5
6
7
8
g
10
11
12
13

77.4
15.0
15.5
.5
49
4.9
0
55.8
55.9
.1
1.8

77.5
14.2
15.4
1.1
45
4.5
0
56.7
56.8
.1
2.1

82.6
14.3
16.1
1.8
55
5.5
0
60.7
60.8
.2
2.2

89.6
18.0
18.4
.3
5.4
5.4
0
63.9
64.1
.2
2.3

93.4
18.5
18.7
.2
4.7
4.7
0
68.1
68.3
.2
2.1

100.9
21.6
21.7
.1
47
4.7
0
72.3
72.6
.3
2.4

108.9
23.5
23.6
.1
5.1
5.1
0
77.9
78.3
.4
2.5

121.9
28.6
28.7
.1
6.5
6.5
0
84.2
84.7
.5
2.5

142.7
33.1
33.2
.1
10.4
10.4
0
96.1
96.8
.7
3.2

167.5
40.6
40.8
2
12.3
12.3
0
111.4
112.2
.8
32

193.8
48.5
48.7
.1
11.9
11.9
0
129.4
130.1
.7
4.0

214.4
59.2
59.3
0
118
11.8
0
138.7
139.2
.5
4.8

233.1
67.7
67.7
0
106
10.6
0
149.9
150.5
.7
4.9

258.6
76.9
76.9
0
10.7
10.7
0
164.9
165.6
.7
6.1

276.7
84.1
84.1
0
108
10.8
0
175.1
175.9
.8
6.7

292.1
88.5
88.7
2
109
10.9
0
185.2
186.0
.8
7.5

295.6
82.2
82.3
.1
11.0
11.0

Nondefense
.
Durable goods
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory
change.
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Other
Gross purchases
Less* Sales
Services
Gross purchases
Less* Sales
Structuresi

14
15
16
17
18
19

29.4
1.0
16
.6
23
-.4

31.1
.7
1.4
.7
18
-.7

35.0
.7
14
.7
25
-.5

39.8
.9
1.5
.6
2.7
.3

42.4
1.1
1.9
.8
3.3
.2

47.0
1.2
2.2
1.0
3.8
.4

53.3
1.5
2.8
1.3
3.9
0

57.5
1.3
3.1
1.8
4.0
0

66.4
2.5
3.6
1.1
5.6
1.5

73.3
2.5
3.4
.9
9.4
.9

111
3.1
3.6
.6
7.4
1.7

77.5
3.6
44
.8
8.7
2.5

77.8
3.8
47
.9
4.8
-1.8

85.7
3.9
4.9
1.0
8.5
22

91.1
4.1
53
1.2
12.1
6.4

92.9
42
55
1.4
6.4
-2

91 4
4.5
62
1.7
.2
-7.1

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

.8
1.2
27
2.7
1
23.6
24.1
.5
2.5

.4
1.1
2.5
2.5
1
25.7
26.2
.5
2.9

.6
1.1
3.0
3.1
1
28.6
29.2
.6
3.2

.9
.6
2.4
2.5
.1
32.3
32.9
.6
3.9

.8
.6
3.1
3.3
.1
33.5
34.3
.8
4.5

1.0
.6
3.4
4.0
.6
37.1
38.0
.9
4.9

1.0
1.0
3.9
4.8
1.0
41.9
42.7
.9
6.0

.9
.9
4.0
5.2
1.2
46.1
47.2
1.2
6.1

2.8
1.4
42
6.0
1.8
51.3
52.5
1.2
6.9

2.6
1.7
8.5
10.3
1.8
53.9
54.9
1.1
7.6

3.4
1.8
5.7
7.4
1.8
55.7
56.7
1.1
6.6

8.2
5.7
6.2
7.9
1.7
58.6
59.9
1.3
6.7

3.7
5.6
6.6
8.0
1.4
622
63.8
1.6
6.9

5.7
3.5
6.2
7.5
12
66.1
67.7
1.6
72

11.2
4.8
57
6.4
7
67.0
68.8
1.8
7.9

6.4
6.6
66
7.4
8
73.4
75.5
2.0
8.9

2.6
9.7
7.3
8.0
.7
80.0
82.2
2.3
6.7

29

134.7

149.2

170.7

192.0

205.5

220.1

241.4

2692

298.0

320.3

341.1

360.3

389.9

428.1

465.3

496.6

531.7

30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

4.8
5.6
.8
8.4
10.8
2.4
95.2
107.3
12.1
3.2
5.6
3.3
26.3

5.6
6.3
.7
9.6
12.2
2.7
105.7
119.4
13.7
3.6
6.6
3.5
28.3

6.9
7.5
.7
12.3
15.3
2.9
117.7
132.9
15.1
4.0
7.5
3.7
33.8

7.8
8.4
.6
15.5
18.7
3.2
133.3
1502
16.9
4.2
8.5
4.1
35.4

8.4
9.0
.6
17.7
21.2
3.5
144.8
164.1
19.3
4.6
9.9
4.8
34.6

9.0
9.6
.5
20.2
24.1
3.9
157.3
178.8
21.5
5.1
11.0
5.4
33.6

10.0
10.6
.6
22.0
26.2
4.2
172.5
197.0
24.5
5.7
12.7
6.1
36.8

11.5
12.1
.7
25.4
30.0
4.6
188.4
216.6
282
6.3
15.3
6.7
43.9

12.8
13.6
.8
28.8
33.8
5.0
207.4
239.3
31.9
7.1
17.4
7.3
49.0

13.9
14.9
.9
31.8
37.3
5.6
224.9
262.2
37.3
8.2
21.1
8.0
49.7

15.3
16.3
1.0
32.7
38.6
5.9
244.1
286.9
42.8
9.3
24.6
8.9
49.0

17.1
182
1.1
33.5
39.8
62
260.4
308.2
47.8
10.4
27.4
9.9
492

19.6
20.7
1.2
35.9
42.5
6.6
281.4
3332
51.7
11.4
29.3
11.1
53.0

22.3
23.5
1.3
38.7
45.7
6.9
307.5
363.7
56.1
12.4
31.4
12.3
59.5

24.6
26.0
1.4
39.1
46 5
7.4
335.1
396.2
61 1
13.4
33.9
13.7
66.4

26.0
27.4
1.4
42.3
50.1
7.8
357.3
423.3
66.0
14.7
36.3
15.0
71.0

28.1
29.6
1.5
45.5
53.7
8.2
382.2
454.9
72.7
16.5
39.6
16.6
75.9

Government purchases
Federal

State and local
Durable goods
Gross purchases
Less* Sales
Nondurable goods
Gross purchases
Less* Sales
Services
Gross purchases
Less* Sales
Tuition and related educational charges
Health and hospital charges
Other sales
..
StructuresJ

1. Separate estimates of gross purchases and sales of structures are not available.




o

1952
196.3
1.1
72

115

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.10.-National Defense Purchases, 1972-88
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1972

National defense purchases

1973

1974

1975

1976

77.5

Durable goods

1978

1979

100.9

108.9

1980

1982

1981

121.9

1983

1985

1984

1986

167.5

193.8

214.4

233.1

258.6

1987

1988

292.1

295.6

15.0

33.1

40.6

483

592

67.7

76.9

84.1

88.5

822

13.1
4.9
2.7
1.8
.7
1.2
1.9
1.1

13.5
4.4
2.9
2.4
.7
1.1
2.1
.8

15.5
5.8
2.7
2.5
.9
1.3
2.4
2.6

15.7
5.4
2.6
2.7
1.1
1.3
2.7
2.8

18.6
7.0
2.6
3.6
1.4
1.5
2.5
3.0

20.3
7.2
3.1
4.0
1.9
1.9
2.2
3.2

24.4
9.6
3.7
4.4
2.0
2.0
2.7
4.2

29.0
11.7
4.3
4.9
2.6
2.6
2.9
4.1

35.3
15.2
5.1
5.8
2.7
3.3
3.2
5.2

43.4
18.6
6.1
6.8
3.8
3.8
4.3
5.2

53.9
23.3
7.9
8.1
5.6
4.5
4.5
5.4

61.2
24.9
9.1
9.0
6.8
5.0
6.4
6.4

68.9
28.7
9.8
9.8
6.5
5.9
8.1
8.0

76.7
35.1
11.9
9.7
6.9
6.2
7.0
7.3

80.6
35.6
13.5
9.8
7.2
6.8
7.7
7.9

75.5
32.0
12.7
9.7
6.2
6.8
8.1
6.7

4.5

5.5

5.1

6.5

10.4

12.3

11.9

11.8

10.6

10.7

10.8

10.9

11.0

1.7
1.7
1.0

2.8
1.4
1.3

2.9
1.2
1.3

2.5
.7
1.4

2.4
1.0
1.3

2.5
1.2
1.3

3.6
1.5
1.5

6.8
1.6
1.9

7.7
2.0
2.6

6.8
2.4
2.7

6.4
2.9
2.4

5.9
2.4
2.3

5.8
2.0
2.9

3.6
4,2
3.0

3.9
3.4
3.6

3.5
3.8
3.6

56.7

60.7

63.9

68.1

72.3

77.9

842

96.1

111.4

129.4

138.7

149.9

164.9

175.1

1852

195.2

41.3
27.6
13.7
15.4
5.5
3.9
1.8
1.7
1.6
1.0
-.1

43.7
29.1
14.6
17.0
5.9
4.5
1.9
2.0
1.7
1.1
-.2

47.1
31.1
16.1
16.8
6.1
4.6
1.8
2.3
1.8
1.0
-.8

49.3
32.4
16.8
18.8
6.6
5.2
2.0
2.4
1.8
1.0
-.2

51.8
34.0
17.9
20.4
7.1
6.1
2.2
2.3
1.9
1.2
-.4

55.8
36.1
19.7
22.0
7.5
6.4
2.6
2.7
1.9
1.4
-.5

59.7
38.7
20.9
24.5
8.5
6.9
3.2
2.9
2.2
1.3
-.5

66.0
43.5
22.5
30.1
10.4
8.6
4.4
3.1
2.6
1.6
-.6

75.6
50.5
25.1
35.8
12.6
9.7
5.2
4.2
2.8
2.1
-.7

84.0
56.6
27.4
45.4
14.4
13.3
6.5
6.1
3.1
2.6
-.7

89.6
60.2
29.4
49.1
17.1
13.0
7.3
6.2
3.4
2.6
-.5

94.6
63.3
31.3
55.3
19.5
14.0
8.3
7.7
3.3
3.0
-.5

100.6
67.2
33.5
64.3
22.6
17.9
9.2
8.7
3.1
3.1
-.6

103.6
69.8
33.8
71.5
25.6
19.9
9.7
10.1
3.4
3.3
-.5

108.7
73.0
35.7
76.5
25.4
22.4
10.9
11.4
3.5
3.7
-.6

112.9
75.5
37.4
82.3
27.1
26.8
10.0
11.9
3.6
3.7

2.1

12

2.3

2.1

2.4

2.5

2.5

32

3.2

4.0

4.8

4.9

6.1

6.7

7.5

72

1.0

Military facilities
Other

28.6

1.8

Structures

23.5

40.3
27.0
13.3
15.5
5.3
42
1.7
1.8
1.8
.9
-.2

Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Contractual research and development
Installation support1
Weapons support2
Personnel support3
Transportation of material
Travel of persons
Other

21.6

55.8

Services

18.5

1.8
2.1
1.0

Petroleum products
Ammunition
Other nondurable goods

18.0

4.9

Nondurable goods

14.3

13.3
5.5
2.7
1.9
.8
1.1
1.3
1.7

Military equipment
Aircraft
Missiles
Ships
Vehicles
Electronic equipment
Other
Other durable goods

14.2

1.3

1.3
.8

1.8
.5

1.7
.5

1.7
.7

1.8
.7

1.7

2.1
1.0

2.0
1.2

2.3
1.6

2.8
2.0

3.0
2.0

3.5
2.6

4.1
2.5

4.8
2.6

4.7
2.5

1974

1973

1972

1975

1976

Line

76.1

78.0

77.6

75.8

78.5

79.1

82.0

82.9

86.5

87.7

88.3

15.8

14.6

14.3

15.5

14.9

12.3

142

12.8

14.9

13.7

15.7

17.7

17.9

17.9

18.6

17.7

17.8

13.9
5.9
2.5
2.2
.9
1.1
1.3
1.9

13.3
5.1
3.0
2.1
.8
1.1
1.3
1.3

12.6
5.1
2.5
1.7
.8
1.1
1.4
1.6

13.8
5.2
2.7
1.9
.7
1.3
2.0
1.7

13.8
5.0
2.8
2.0
.9
1.2
2.0
1.1

11.7
4.5
2.6
1.6
.5
1.0
1.5
.6

13.2
4.9
2.7
1.6
.6
1.2
2.2
1.0

12.1
3.9
2.7
2.0
.7
1.0
1.8
.7

14.0
4.7
3.1
2.4
.8
1.2
1.9
.9

13.0
4.1
2.8
2.4
.5
1.0
2.2
.7

14.9
4.8
3.0
2.7
.7
12
2.5
.8

15.6
5.6
2.9
2.5
.8
1.3
2.4
2.1

15.4
5.5
2.6
2.7
.9
1.2
2.6
2.5

15.0
6.0
2.8
2.3
.9
1.2
1.8
2.9

15.8
6.1
2.3
2.3
1.0
1.4
2.7
2.7

14.8
5.4
2.2
2.6
.9
1.4
2.4
2.9

15.6
5.6
2.4
2.5
1.1
1.4
2.6
2.2

92.5

5.2

Structures
'.

'.

See footnote(s) at end of table.




4.6

4.8

4.0

4.5

4.9

5.7

5.4

6.0

5.9

5.8

4.4

5.4

4.8

4.5

1.5
2.0
.9

1.7
1.9
1.0

1.7
1.9
1.1

1.7
1.4
.9

1.8
1.6
1.0

2.1
1.6
1.2

2.8
1.5
1.3

2.9
1.3
1.2

3.3
1.4
1.2

3.1
1.3
1.4

3.0
1.3
1.5

2.3
1.0
1.1

3.2
1.0
1.2

2.9
.8
1.2

2.5
.7
1.3

55.8

55.1

562

55.9

56.0

57.4

57.5

59.1

592

61.6

62.8

62.0

62.5

65.1

66.1

66.6

68.0

40.2
27.2
13.0
15.9
5.4
4.4
1.8
1.6
1.8
.9
-.1

39.6
26.5
13.1
16.2
6.0
3.8
1.7
1.9
2.0
1.1
-.3

39.8
26.5
13.3
15.3
4.9
4.7
1.6
1.7
1.7
.8
-.1

41.7
27.9
13.8
14.5
4.7
3.7
1.5
2.2
1.6
.9
-.2

41.1
27.6
13.4
14.8
5.2
3.8
1.8
1.7
1.5
.9
-.1

40.7
27.3
13.5
15.2
5.6
3.8
1.7
1.7
1.6
.9
-.1

41.0
27.4
13.6
16.3
6.0
4.1
1.6
1.8
1.8
1.3
-.1

42.4
28.3
14.1
15.1
5.3
3.9
2.0
1.7
1.5
.9
-.1

42.6
28.5
14.1
16.5
6.1
4.5
2.0
1.7
1.5
.9
-.2

42.8
28.6
14.3
16.3
5.3
4.1
2.1
1.8
1.9
1.3
-.2

43.6
28.9
14.6
18.1
6.2
4.9
1.7
2.6
1.8
1.2
-.2

45.7
30.3
15.5
17.0
6.0
4.5
1.8
2.0
1.8
1.1
-.1

46.4
30.7
15.7
15.5
6.0
4.6
1.7
2.1
1.8
.9
-1.6

46.5
30.7
15.7
16.0
5.8
4.6
1.8
2.1
1.7
1.0
-1.0

47.0
30.9
16.1
18.1
6.3
4.6
1.8
2.6
1.7
1.3
-2

48.7
32.0
16.7
17.4
6.2
4.8
1.8
2.2
1.8
.9
-.3

48.8
32.1
16.7
17.8
6.4
5.0
1.9
2.3
1.6
.9
-2

48.9
32.2
16.7
19.1
6.7
5.3
2.0
2.3
2.0
1.0
-.3

1.7

1.8

1.8

1.9

2.0

22

2.3

22

2.3

2.1

2.1

22

2.2

2.4

2.4

2.4

2.0

1.0

Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Contractual research and development
Installation supportl
Weapons support2
Personnel support3
Transportation of material
Travel of persons
Other

4.5

1.9
2.0
.7

1.7

Services

4.6

2.0
2.1
1.2

56.1

Petroleum products
Ammunition
Other nondurable goods

5.3

2.0
2.1
1.1

Nondurable goods

Military facilities
Other
'.

78.6

13.3
5.8
2.6
1.8
.8
1.1
1.2
2.0

Military equipment
Aircraft
Missiles
Ships
Vehicles
Electronic equipment
Other
Other durable goods

78.3
15.3

National defense purchases
Durable goods

1.0
.8

1.0
.8

1.0
.8

1.1
.8

1.4
.9

1.3
.9

1.3
.8

1.3
.7

1.6
.6

1.7
.5

1.9
.5

2.0
.5

1.9
.4

1.5
.4

116

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.10.—National Defense Purchases, 1972-88—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

Line
93 J

Ships
Vehicles
Electronic equipment
Other
„...!.
Other durable goods
Nonauraoie gooos
Petroleum products
Ammunition
Other nondurable goods

101.7

103.0

104.3

108.1

110.1

113.0

116.0

118.5

122.9

130.0

136.3

139.8

142.5

1522

23.1

21.0

21.3

21.8

23.5

23.6

25.0

25.9

28.0

28.8

31.9

33.1

33.0

32.5

33.7

16.7
5.8
2.6
3.0
1.2
1.2
2.9
2.9

18.1
6.6
2.7
3.6
1.1
1.4
2.7
2.8

20.0
7.4
3.0
3.5
1.5
1.5
3.0
3.1

18.0
7.1
2.3
3.6
1.4
1.4
2.2
3.0

18.3
7.0
2.4
3.7
1.5
1.8
1.9
3.0

18.6
6.0
3.0
3.9
1.6
1.9
2.3
3.1

20.3
72
32
4.3
1.7
2.0
2.1
32

202
6.8
3.1
3.7
2.1
2.0
2.5
3.4

22.0
8.8
3.4
4.0
2.1
1.7
2.1
3.0

22.3
8.3
3.2
4.4
2.0
1.8
2.6
3.6

24.2
9.4
3.7
4.7
1.5
2.1
2.9
3.8

24.4
9.4
3.9
42
2.3
2.0
2.6
4.4

26.8
11.3
4.0
4.4
2.4
2.2
2.5
5.1

29.4
12.1
4.3
5.0
2.2
2.3
3.6
3.7

28.5
11.3
4.1
52
3.0
2.5
2.3
4.5

28.6
11.0
4.4
5.1
2.7
2.8
2.5
3.9

29.5
12.3
4.3
4.5
2.5
2.7
3.2
4.1

45

4.6

42

5.1

4.9

4.7

5.0

5.7

5.0

5.2

5.9

7.0

8.1

9.8

10.0

10.9

10.8

2.7
.7
1.5

!!

100.7

20.9

4.9

Missiies'""!"""l!!"!"";i"""!IIZ""I

98.1

19.6

15.9
4.9
3.3
2.8
1.1
1.2
2.7
3.1

Military equipment

96.2

19.0

National defense purchases
Durable goods

2.1
.7
1.7

2.1
1.0
1.4

1.9
1.0
1.3

2.9
.8
1.4

2.6
1.1
1.3

2.4
1.0
1.2

2.4
1.3
1.3

2.7
1.5
1.5

2.6
1.0
1.3

2.7
1.2
1.3

3.0
1.4
1.5

3.9
1.6
1.5

4.8
1.7
1.7

6.6
1.5
1.7

6.5
1.6
1.9

7.1
1.8
2.0

7.1
1.7
2.0

68.0

Structures
Military facilities
Other

73.3

74.7

75.8

76.9

782

80.6

82.6

82.3

84.5

87.4

90.3

93.8

95.6

104.6

50.8
33.3
17.5
19.4
7.0
5.6
2.1
2.0
2.0
1.1
-.4

51.1
33.5
17.6
19.8
7.3
5.5
22
2.3
1.9
1.2
-.7

51.3
33.6
17.7
22.0
7.3
7.1
2.2
2.4
2.0
1.3
-.3

54.1
35.4
18.7
20.6
6.8
6.1
2.4
2.4
1.9
12
-2

54.6
35.4
19.1
212
72
5.9
2.6
2.4
2.0
1.4
-.4

55.1
35.6
19.5
21.8
7.1
6.7
2.6
2.6
1.9
1.4
-.4

55.7
36.1
19.7
22.5
8.0
6.5
2.7
2.7
1.8
1.4
-.6

58.0
37.5
20.5
22.6
7.8
6.6
2.6
3.1
2.0
1.3
-.8

58.3
37.7
20.6
24.3
8.6
6.7
3.1
2.8
2.3
1.3
-.6

58.6
38.0
20.7
23.7
8.1
6.7
2.9
3.0
2.1
1.3
-.4

592
38.5
20.7
25.3
8.7
6.9
3.3
2.9
2.5
1.4
-.4

62.6
40.8
21.7
24.8
8.5
7.1
3.7
2.8
2.1
1.3
-.7

63.1
41.2
21.8
27.3
9.6
7.7
4.1
2.7
2.3
1.3
-.6

64.0
41.9
22.0
29.8
10.4
82
4.4
3.1
2.7
1.5
-.4

65.1
42.9
22.2
30.5
10.7
8.6
4.5
2.9
3.0
1.7
-.9

71.8
47.8
24.0
32.8
10.9
10.0
4.6
3.8
2.4
1.7

22

2.5

2.6

22

2.1

2.1

2.8

2.6

2.5

2.3

2.4

2.7

2.6

3.0

3.0

3.6

3.1

1.5
.4

civilian!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Other services
Contractual research and development
Installation support1
Weapons support2
Personnel support3
Transportation of material
Travel of persons
Other

70.9

50.5
33.1
17.4
19.4
6.8
5.4
2.0
2.3
1.8
12
-2

1.9

Compensation of employees

70.1

48.9
32.2
16.6
19.1
6.6
52
2.0
2.5
1.9
1.1
-.2

Services

1.7
.5

1.9
.7

2.0
.7

1.5
.7

1.5

1.4
.7

2.0
.7

1.8
.8

1.8
.7

1.6
.7

1.7
.7

1.8

1.9
.8

2.1
.9

2.0
1.0

2.5
1.1

1.9
1.1

1981

1982

1984

1983

Line
157.3

165.4

169.0

178.1

182.5

190.7

196.6

2055

206.3

212.9

215.8

222.8

2272

231.0

231.4

242.9

36.1

41.0

41.5

43.5

42.1

49.6

49.3

53.3

54.0

58.9

595

64.5

66.7

68.3

62.8

72.8

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

30.8
13.8
4.5
4.5
2.3
3.1
2.7
5.3

352
14.6
5.1
5.9
3.0
3.4
32
5.8

35.8
14.9
5.5
6.3
2.7
3.3
32
5.8

39.5
17.7
5.4
6.4
3.0
3.3
3.8
4.0

38.4
16.5
52
62
3.1
3.6
3.8
3.7

432
18.4
6.4
72
3.6
3.7
4.0
6.4

44.4
19.0
6.1
7.1
3.8
3.7
4.8
4.8

47.5
20.6
6.7
6.8
4.7
42
4.6
5.8

49.3
20.8
6.8
7.1
5.6
4.3
4.7
4.7

53.3
22.7
7.4
8.5
5.6
4.6
4.4
5.7

54.0
23.8
7.6
82
52
4.5
4.7
5.5

59.0
25.8
9.7
8.6
5.8
4.6
4.5
5.6

59.7
25.0
8.9
9.0
6.7
4.8
5.3
7.1

62.0
24.1
8.7
9.0
7.8
5.1
72
6.3

56.4
23.7
7.8
8.3
6.5
4.4
5.7
6.4

66.8
26.7
11.0
9.7
6.3
5.5
7.5
6.1

11

11.3

12.7

12.4

12.8

115

11.9

11.9

12.0

10.8

12.6

122

11.4

10.4

10.3

11.4

10.4

12
13
14

7.0
1.9
2.4

7.8
1.9
2.9

7.9
2.0
2.5

8.0
2.1
2.7

7.0
2.3
2.6

6.7
2.4
2.8

6.9
2.3
2.8

2.8
2.8

5.8
2.5
2.5

7.1
3.0
2.5

6.9
3.0
2.3

5.8
32
2.5

5.9
2.2
2.3

5.9
2.1
2.3

6.6
2.5
2.3

5.4
2.7
2.3

15

106.9

108.3

112J

118.3

124.8

1255

131.5

135.7

136.8

136.7

139.3

141.9

1452

147.6

152.1

1545

16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

73.0
48.6
24.4
33.9
11.5
10.0
4.6
4.0
2.9
1.7
-.8

74.0
49.3
24.8
34.3
12.2
8.8
5.3
3.8
2.7
2.1
-.7

74.7
49.7
25.1
37.6
12.9
10.5
52
4.8
2.8
22
-.9

80.7
54.5
26.1
37.6
13.8
9.6
5.6
4.3
2.7
2.3

81.7
55.1
26.6
43.1
13.5
132
62
5.9
3.1
2.4
-1.2

83.4
562
27.2
42.1
142
10.5
6.4
6.1
3.1
2.6
-.7

83.9
56.6
27.3
47.5
14.8
14.0
6.7
6.3
32
3.1
-.6

86.8
58.5
28.3
48.9
152
15.7
6.8
6.2
3.0
2.5
-.4

88.5
59.4
29.1
48.4
16.4
13.6
7.3
6.0
3.1
2.4
-.4

89.5
60.3
292
472
16.8
11.4
7.1
5.9
3.6
2.9
-.5

90.0
60.6
29.5
49.3
16.9
132
6.9
6.0
3.9
2.7
-.3

90.4
60.7
29.7
51.5
18.4
13.8
7.9
6.7
3.1
2.4
-.7

93.6
62.7
30.9
51.6
18.1
13.3
7.8
6.5
3.3
32

94.2
63.1
31.1
53.4
18.7
13.0
8.1
7.9
3.5
2.9
-.5

94.8
63.5
31.4
57.3
19.7
15.8
8.5
8.0
32
2.7
-.5

95.7
63.8
31.8
58.8
21.5
14.0
8.8
8.5
3.3
3.1
-.4

27

3.0

3.4

2.9

3.7

3.7

4.0

4.4

4.7

4.7

4.8

4.9

4.8

4.8

5.0

5.1

28
29

1.8
12

22
12

1.6
12

2.3
1.4

22
1.5

2.3
1.6

2.5
2.0

2.5
2.1

2.6
2.0

2.9
1.9

3.1
1.9

3.0
1.8

2.8
2.0

2.9
2.1

3.1
2.0

National defense purchases
Durable goods
Military equipment
Aircraft
Missiles
Ships
Vehicles
Electronic equipment
Other
Other durable goods
Nonuuraoie goous
Petroleum products
Ammunition
Other nondurable goods
Compensation of employees
Military
civilian!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Other services
Contractual research and development
Installation support!
Weapons support2
Personnel support3
Transportation of material
Travel of persons
dither
Structures
Military facilities
See footnote(s) at end of table.




NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

117

Table 3.10.—National Defense Purchases, 1972-Sd—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1985

1987

1986

1988

Line
National defense purchases
Durable goods
Military equipment
Aircraft
Missiles
Ships
Vehicles
Electronic equipment
Other
Other durable goods
Nondurable goods
Petroleum products
Ammunition
Other nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Contractual research and development ..
Installation support1
Weapons support2
Personnel support3
Transportation of material
Travel of persons
Other
Structures
Military facilities
Other

291.6

296.9

295.8

296.7

294.8

294.0

296.8

85.1

88.5

92.8

87.8

81.7

82.0

83.0

822

78.6
36.2
12.6
9.2
7.5
6.6
6.4
6.5

80.6
332
14.3
10.5
7.9
6.9
7.8
7.9

84.1
37.1
14.1
10.1
7.0
6.9
8.9

79.1
36.1
12.9
92
6.4
6.8
7.7
8.7

75.6
34.1
11.5
9.4
6.2
6.8
7.6
6.1

75.0
32.2
13.0
9.1
6.6
6.9
12
7.0

76.0
32.1
12.6
9.3
6.8
6.3
8.9
7.1

75.6
29.5
13.8
10.9
5.2
7.4
8.8
6.7

32
3.7
3.4

4.2
4.0
32

4.9
3.5
3.8

3.5
3.7
3.8

3.3
4.5
3.7

3.4
3.5
3.5

3.9
3.7
3.4

182.1

185.5

185.1

187.9

197.1

193.6

193.7

196.4

107.6
72.5
35.1
74.6
26.0
20.9
10.5
11.0
3.2
3.7
-.6

108.2
72.6
35.5
77.4
26.1
21.8
10.8
112
3.7
42

108.9
73.1
35.7
76.3
24.4
23.7
11.0
11.4
3.4
3.3
-.9

110.1
73.6
36.5
77.8
25.0
23.1
11.1
12.0
3.6
3.5
-.4

113.1
75.5
37.5
84.0
27.7
27.1
10.4
12.0
3.5
4.0
-.6

112.7
75.4
37.3
80.9
26.9
25.0
10.3
11.9
3.8
3.7
-.7

112.5
75.6
36.9
81.1
26.4
27.0
9.9
11.7
4.1
3.6
-1.6

113.3
75.6
37.7
83.1
27.5
28.0
9.3
11.9
3.2
3.6
-.5

7.1

7.6

7.9

7.0

7.7

6.9

72

4.8
2.3

4.8
2.8

52
2.7

4.5
2.5

5.2
2.5

4.5
2.4

4.5
2.6

246.3

253.5

265.9

268.6

264.6

275.1

288.5

70.3

75.1

82.4

79.8

74.4

82.2

92.5

62.3
25.5
9.3
9.3
6.6
5.6
5.9
8.0

67.6
27.4
8.8
9.7
7.1
5.8
8.9
7.5

73.3
30.1
10.3
10.3
6.7
6.4
9.5
9.1

72.3
32.1
10.9
9.8
5.4
5.9
8.1
7.5

66.0
29.8
9.9
8.9
6.0
5.8
5.6
8.3

75.8
35.4
11.9
10.2
6.8
6.2
5.3
6.5

85.6
38.2
13.7
10.4
7.0
6.2
10.1

11.7

11.2

10.4

5.9
2.8
3.0

5.8
2.4
3.0

6.1
1.1
3.2

5.3
1.7
2.5

5.4
3.2
3.0

3.6
4.9
3.0

2.7
4.3
2.8

2.8
4.3
3.3

3.2
2.4
4.0

159.0

160.9

166.7

173.0

172.2

174.8

179.0

174.5

99.5
66.3
332
59.5
21.5
14.9
8.8
8.4
3.0
3.1
-.2

100.0
66.7
33.4
60.8
21.1
15.8
9.0
8.7
3.4
3.3
-.6

100.5
66.9
33.6
66.2
22.7
20.6
9.2
8.6
3.0
3.0
-.9

102.5
68.8
33.7
70.4
25.3
20.2
9.9
9.3
3.1
3.2
-.5

103.0
69.2
33.8
69.2
23.3
20.3
9.5
9.4
3.5
3.4
-.2

103.2
69.6
33.7
71.6
26.0
19.8
9.7
9.9
3.3
3.5
-.5

103.7
70.0
33.7
75.3
27.1
22.6
9.7
10.2
3.4
3.1
-.7

104.6
70.5
34.2
69.9
26.1
16.9
10.1
11.0
3.3
3.2
-.7

5.4

6.3

6.5

6.3

6.5

6.6

7.1

6.6

3.0
2.3

3.7
2.6

3.6
2.9

3.7
2.6

3.9
2.6

4.0
2.6

4.6
2.5

4.2
2.4

278.6
79.5
37.0
12.1
9.1
7.8
6.5
7.0
7.7
10.4

11.6

1. Includes utilities, communications, rental payments, maintenance and repair, and payments to contractors to
operate installations.
2. Includes depot maintenance and contractual services for weapons systems, other than research and develop-

10.2

10.9

10.9

ment.
3. Includes compensation of foreign personnel, consulting, training, and education.

Table 3.11.—National Defense Purchases in Constant Dollars, 1972-88
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1972
National defense purchases
Durable goods
Military equipment
Aircraft
Missiles
Ships
Vehicles
Electronic equipment
Other
Other durable goods
Nondurable goods
Petroleum products
Ammunition
Other nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
\
Other services
Contractual research and development
Installation support1
Weapons support2
Personnel support3
Transportation of material
Travel of persons
Other
Structures
Military facilities
See footnote(s) at end of table.




1975

1973

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

185.1
38.9

42.3

45.5

49.5

33.1
12.6
4.5
6.2
3.7
2.8
3.3
5.8

36.6
15.8
4.8
6.4
3.3
2.6
3.7
5.7

40.1
17.7
5.3
6.5
3.6
3.2
3.8
5.4

1982

194.2

1983

1984

1985

2342

245.8

265.6

52.7

602

66.1

43.5
20.0
6.1
7.0
3.0
3.7
3.7
6.0

47.4
20.4
7.0
7.9
3.5
4.1
4.6
5.3

55.1
22.5
8.8
9.1
52
4.7
4.8
5.1

59.9
222
9.6
9.6
6.7
5.1
6.6
62

672
26.2
9.7
10.2
6.8
6.1
8.2
7.5

8.3

92

9.3

9.5

8.6

3.9
2.0
2.4

3.9
2.3
3.0

3.6
2.8
2.9

3.7
3.1
2.7

3.7
2.5
2.5

3.8
2.1
3.0

131.7

136.3

1435

154.7

159.0

165.7

95.9
64.4
31.5
35.8
11.3
10.6
4.9
4.8
2.8
2.3

96.5
65.0
31.5
39.8
13.1
12.0
5.9
4.8
2.7
22
-.9

99.5
672
32.4
44.3
15.0
12.6
6.3
6.2
2.7
2.4
-1.0

101.8
68.4
33.4
52.9
16.3
15.9
7.4
8.3
3.0
3.0
-.9

103.7
69.6
342
55.3
18.5
15.1
8.0
8.0
3.4
2.8
-.5

105.0
70.4
34.5
60.7
20.4
15.9
8.8
9.7
3.4
32
-.6

4.3

4.1

3.9

4.7

5.5

2.9
1.3

2.8
1.3

2.4
1.5

2.8
1.8

3.4
22

1986

74.7

209.6

191.3

185.8

184.9

179.9

181.6

38.7

34.0

32.2

38.3

35.8

38.9

34.3
16.4
5.4
52
2.1
2.4
2.7
4.3

31.6
13.6
5.5
4.4
1.7
2.5
3.9
2.4

30.4
11.5
5.5
5.4
1.7
2.1
4.1
1.9

32.3
13.9
4.6
5.1
2.1
2.2
4.3
6.0

302
11.9
4.2
5.3
2.2
2.1
4.5
5.6

32.8
13.6
3.9
6.2
2.7
2.4
4.0
6.0

17.6

12.9

11.3

9.5

7.7

9.8
5.3
2.5

6.3
42
2.4

5.7
2.9
2.7

4.8
2.2
2.5

4.1
12
2.5

3.5
1.6
2.2

3.5
1.7
2.1

3.5
1.9
2.1

148.0

139.1

137.3

132.4

132.1

1312

131.7

108.4
76.6
31.8
39.6
10.3
11.4
4.5
7.0
4.5
2.5
-.5

102.6
72.3
30.3
36.5
10.3
9.9
4.3
5.8
3.8
2.7
-.3

100.8
69.8
31.0
36.5
10.3
10.4
42
5.8
3.4
2.8
-.4

992
68.3
31.0
33.2
9.8
10.0
3.7
5.8
3.1
2.4
-1.5

972
66.6
30.6
34.9
102
10.5
3.9
5.6
2.9
2.2
-.4

96.4
66.0
30.3
34.8
10.5
10.9
4.0
4.9
2.9
2.3
-.8

96.8
65.4
31.4
34.9
10.6
10.7
4.4
5.0
2.7
2.5
-1.0

5.3

5.3

4.9

4.8

42

42

3.0
2.3

3.1
22

2.9
2.0

3.5
1.3

3.1
1.1

2.9
1.3

7.3

1987

1988

292.1

287.0

88.5

81.3

73.8
32.1
11.7
9.8
6.9
6.3
7.0
7.1

80.6
35.6
13.5
9.8
72
6.8
7.7
7.9

74.8
32.0
12.9
9.4
6.0
6.8
7.8
6.5

11.1

10.9

10.3

3.8
4.3
3.1

3.9
3.4
3.6

3.3
3.6
3.4

175.7

181.6

1852

106.7
71.4
35.3
69.0
23.3
19.7
9.5
10.5
3.3
3.3

107.4
72.1
35.3
742
25.9
20.9
9.9
10.9
3.8
3.4
-.5

108.7
73.0
35.7
76.5
25.4
22.4
10.9
11.4
3.5
3.7
-.6

5.4

6.4

7.0

7.5

6.9

3.5
1.9

3.9
2.6

4.3
2.6

4.8
2.6

4.6
22

280.6

108.3
72.4
35.9
802
26.9
25.8
9.8
11.2
3.7
3.6
-.8

118

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.11.—National Defense Purchases in Constant Dollars, 1972-88—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1972

National defense purchases
Durable goods
Military equipment
Aircraft
Missiles
Ships
Vehicles
Electronic equipment
Other
Other durable goods
Nondurable goods
Petroleum products
Ammunition
Other nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Contractual research and development
Installation support1
Weapons support2
Personnel support3
Transportation of material
Travel of persons
Other
Structures
Military facilities
Other

National defense purchases
Military equipment
Aircraft
Missiles
Ships .
Vehicles
Electronic equipment
Other
Other durable goods
Nondurable goods
Petroleum products
Ammunition
Other nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Contractual research and development
Installation support1
Weapons support2
Personnel support3
Transportation of material
Travel of persons
Other
Structures
Military facilities
Other
See footnote(s) at end of table.




1976

1975

216.8

215.1

205.0

201.5

180.2

180.3

40.3

41.4

36.9

36.1

39.3

35.6

28.3

32.7

28.9

34.1

29.8

36.2

38.3

37.6

37.9

39.2

35.7

35.4

35.1
17.9
5.4
4.9
2.1
2.3
2.5
5.2

36.3
17.6
5.2
6.1
2.2
2.3
2.8
5.0

33.9
15.1
6.2
5.5
2.0
2.5
2.7
3.0

32.0
15.1
5.0
4.4
2.1
2.6
2.9
4.0

35.0
15.6
5.9
4.8
1.8
2.7
42
4.3

33.4
13.8
5.7
5.1
2.2
2.5
4.1
22

27.5
12.1
5.1
3.9
1.3
2.1
3.0
.8

30.4
12.9
5.2
3.9
1.5
2.6
4.3
2.3

27.6
10.3
5.4
4.7
1.6
2.0
3.5
1.3

32.2
12.4
6.1
5.6
2.1
2.4
3.6
2.0

28.6
10.6
5.1
5.4
1.2
1.9
4.2
12

33.1
12.7
5.6
5.8
1.9
2.1
4.9
3.1

32.8
13.6
5.1
5.3
1.9
2.3
4.6
5.5

32.3
13.1
4.7
5.6
2.2
2.2
4.6
5.3

31.5
14.4
4.9
4.7
2.1
2.1
3.4
6.4

32.5
14.7
3.9
4.7
2.4
2.2
4.6
6.7

30.0
13.0
3.5
5.0
1.9
2.3
4.3
5.7

302
12.3
3.9
4.8
22
2.4
4.6
52

19.3

19.1

16.9

10.7

11.5

12.9

10.7

10.4

10.4

10.5

7.6

9.4

7.9

7.5

10.9
5.5
2.9

10.8
5.4
3.0

10.0
5.1
1.8

7.6
52
2.3

7.5
4.8
2.5

6.9
4.7
2.8

52
3.4
2.1

5.3
3.8
2.4

52
3.4
2.7

6.9
3.1
2.9

5.6
2.6
2.5

5.3
2.6
2.6

5.3
2.4
2.7

5.3
2.4
2.9

3.6
1.9
2.1

52
1.9
2.3

4.5
1.3
2.1

4.0
1.1
2.3

151.7

149.3

145.9

145.2

141.8

139.4

138.8

136.3

138.7

136.6

137.7

136.0

131.8

131.3

134.4

132.1

131.8

133.4

110.5
78.6
31.8
41.2
10.8
122
5.1
6.3
4.7
2.5
-.3

107.6
75.6
31.9
41.7
11.8
10.7
4.7
7.4
4.9
3.0

107.7
75.8
31.9
38.3
9.4
12.3
4.3
6.2
42
22
-.3

108.1
76.3
31.8
37.1
9.0
10.3
4.0
8.0
4.0
2.4
-.5

105.0
74.6
30.4
36.8
9.9
102
4.6
6.4
3.7
2.4
-.3

102.8
72.5
30.3
36.6
10.5
9.7
4.4
6.0
3.9
2.5
-.3

101.4
71.3
30.0
37.5
11.2
10.0
3.8
5.3
4.2
3.4
-.3

1012
70.9
30.3
35.1
9.8
9.6
4.6
5.5
3.5
2.4
-.4

101.1
70.5
30.6
37.7
11.1
11.1
4.5
5.7
32
2.5
-.4

100.9
70.0
30.8
35.7
9.3
9.7
4.7
5.3
3.9
3.3
-.4

100.3
69.1
31.1
37.4
10.7
10.9
3.8
6.6
3.1
2.9
-.4

100.8
69.5
31.3
35.3
9.9
10.2
4.0
5.6
3.4
2.6
-.3

100.2
69.1
31.1
31.6
9.9
10.1
3.7
5.6
32
2.2
-3.1

99.3
68.5
30.8
32.0
9.4
9.9
3.9
5.5
3.0
2.4
-2.1

98.9
67.9
31.0
35.5
10.1
9.8
3.6
6.4
2.9
3.0
-.3

98.5
67.5
30.9
33.7
9.8
102
3.6
5.6
3.2
1.9
-.6

98.0
67.1
30.9
33.8
9.9
10.4
3.8
5.5
2.5
2.0
-.4

97.4
66.8
30.6
36.0
10.3
10.8
4.0
5.8
3.3
2.3
-.5

5.4

5.3

5.1

5.1

52

5.5

5.5

5.3

5.3

4.6

4.5

4.6

4.5

5.0

5.0

4.9

4.0

3.2
2.3

2.8
2.5

2.9
22

2.9
2.2

3.1
22

3.3
2.1

32
2.3

3.1
2.2

3.1
2.3

2.7
1.9

2.7
1.8

3.1
1.5

3.3
1.2

3.8
1.2

3.8
1.2

3.8
1.1

2.9
1.1

183.3

14.8

1977

1976

Durable goods

1974

1973

Line

185.0

1978

1980

1979

179.7

179.3

180.4

183.7

182.3

1795

179.3

184.0

1832

182.0

1832

36.0

36.3

38.3

422

37.1

37.8

37.2

402

38.5

39.5

40.1

30.0
10.8
5.2
5.5
2.2
2.0
4.3
6.0

30.6
11.7
4.0
5.7
2.6
1.9
4.7
5.7

32.3
132
4.0
6.3
22
2.2
4.4
6.0

35.4
14.7
4.5
6.0
3.0
2.4
4.8
6.8

31.9
13.6
3.5
6.3
2.7
22
3.6
52

31.7
13.1
3.5
62
3.0
2.8
3.1
6.1

31.1
10.9
4.4
62
32
2.9
3.6
6.1

33.6
12.7
4.6
6.7
3.5
2.9
3.1
6.7

32.7
11.7
4.3
5.8
4.2
3.0
3.7
5.9

35.1
15.1
4.6
6.1
3.9
2.3
3.0
4.5

352
14.3
4.3
6.6
3.6
2.5
3.8
5.0

8.1

7.5

7.3

6.7

7.8

7.5

7.0

7.1

8.1

7.0

4.3
1.1
2.7

3.5
1.1
2.9

3.3
1.7
2.4

2.9
1.6
2.2

4.2
1.3
22

3.8
1.6
2.1

3.4
1.6
2.0

3.3
1.7
2.1

3.7
2.1
2.3

3.6
1.5
2.0

131.8

131.4

1302

1302

1335

130.9

131.3

131.9

132.3

96.9
66.3
30.5
35.0
10.1
10.2
4.0
5.7
3.1
2.3
-.5

96.6
66.2
30.5
34.8
10.4
10.5
3.8
5.4
2.9
22
-.3

96.3
66.1
302
33.9
10.5
10.5
3.9
4.5
3.1
2.0
-.7

96.3
66.1
302
33.9
10.9
10.0
4.0
5.0
2.8
2.3
-1.3

96.5
66.1
30.4
37.0
10.7
12.5
3.9
5.0
3.0
2.5
-.7

96.4
65.8
30.6
34.5
10.0
10.7
4.3
5.0
2.8
2.1
-.4

96.7
65.7
31.0
34.7
10.4
102
4.5
4.8
2.9
2.5
-.7

96.7
65.3
31.5
352
10.0
11.3
4.4
5.0
2.7
2.5
-.7

97.1
65.5
31.6
35.2
11.2
10.7
4.4
4.9
2.5
2.5
-1.0

3.8

4.1

4.6

4.6

3.9

3.7

3.8

4.7

2.7
1.0

3.0
1.1

32
1.4

3.3
1.3

2.6
1.3

2.5
12

2.4
1.3

3.4
1.4

182.8

196.4

1942

186.3
42.5

45.5

46.7

46.3

442

44.8

36.0
15.1
4.8
6.9
2.4
2.7
4.1
5.1

36.5
16.0
4.9
6.0
3.5
2.5
3.6
6.0

38.8
17.8
5.1
6.2
3.6
2.8
3.3
6.7

42.0
18.4
5.5
6.7
3.4
2.9
5.1
4.8

39.6
172
52
7.0
4.1
3.1
3.0
6.7

39.1
16.7
5.5
6.7
3.6
3.5
3.1
5.1

39.8
18.5
5.2
5.8
3.2
3.2
4.0
5.1

6.9

7.3

7.8

8.0

8.3

7.9

8.6

8.3

3.4
1.6
2.0

3.4
1.8
2.1

3.5
2.1
2.1

3.5
2.2
2.3

42
1.8
22

3.5
1.9
2.4

3.8
2.2
2.5

3.9
2.0
2.4

1312

132.6

131.0

132.4

130.9

133.1

136.0

136.8

139.4

96.6
65.1
31.5
34.6
10.8
10.6
4.1
5.2
2.7
2.5
-1.4

962
64.7
31.5
36.4
11.7
10.6
4.8
4.8
3.0
2.3
-1.0

95.7
64.2
31.6
352
10.9
10.6
4.4
5.0
2.6
2.4
-.7

95.8
64.2
31.6
36.6
11.6
10.5
4.9
4.7
3.0
2.5
-.6

95.8
64.4
31.5
35.1
11.1
10.7
5.3
4.4
2.4
2.1
-1.0

95.7
64.4
31.3
37.4
12.3
11.2
5.8
4.4
2.5
2.0
-.9

96.1
64.6
31.5
39.9
13.2
11.6
6.0
4.8
2.8
2.3
-.7

97.0
65.4
31.6
39.8
13.4
11.9
5.9
4.3
3.1
2.5
-1.3

97.4
65.8
31.6
42.0
13.5
13.4
5.9
5.6
2.5
2.0
-.8

4.3

42

3.6

3.5

3.6

3.5

4.0

4.0

45

3.8

2.9
1.4

2.9
1.3

2.5
1.1

2.4
1.0

2.6
1.0

2.5
1.0

2.8
1.2

2.7
1.3

3.1
1.4

2.4
1.4

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

119

Table 3.11.—National Defense Purchases in Constant Dollars, 1972-68—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1981

1982

1983

Line
National defense purchases

200.1

208.9

2102

213.3

219.1

223.6

229.4

227.6

232.4

233.9

242.9

241.7

244.3

243.0

254.3

51.0

50.2

50.9

47.9

542

52.8

55.9

54.9

60.1

59.4

66.3

66.2

67.1

60.9

70.3

39.6
18.9
5.4
5.7
2.8
3.5
32
62

Military equipment
Aircraft
Missiles
Ships
Vehicles
Electronic equipment
Other
Other durable goods

206.6

45.8

Durable goods

44.3
19.6
6.1
7.3
3.5
3.9
3.9
6.7

43.6
19.2
6.5
7.5
2.9
3.7
3.6
6.6

46.6
22.1
6.3
7.5
2.9
3.7
4.1
4.3

44.0
19.6
6.2
7.3
3.0
3.8
4.1
3.9

47.7
20.4
7.4
8.4
3.3
3.9
4.3
6.5

47.9
20.3
6.9
8.2
3.4
4.0
5.1
4.9

50.0
21.1
7.5
7.9
4.2
4.5
4.8
5.9

50.4
20.3
7.6
8.0
5.1
4.5
4.9
4.6

54.6
21.9
8.5
9.6
5.3
4.8
4.5
5.5

54.2
21.9
8.6
9.2
4.9
4.7
4.9
5.2

61.1
25.7
10.7
9.6
5.5
4.8
4.7
5.2

23.9
9.5
9.6
6.2
5.0
5.5
6.5

61.4
22.1
9.2
9.6
7.7
5.3
7.4
5.7

55.0
20.9
8.3
8.8
6.6
4.6
5.7
5.9

63.4
22.0
11.4
10.2
6.4
5.7
7.7
6.9

8.9

Military facilities
Other

9.4

92

9.6

8.7

10.1

9.8

9.5

8.4

8.3

92

8.6

3.7
2.6
2.8

3.6
2.8
3.0

3.7
2.6
2.9

3.4
3.2
2.9

3.2
2.8
2.7

4.2
3.2
2.7

4.1
3.1
2.5

3.4
3.4
2.7

3.6
2.4
2.4

3.6
2.2
2.5

4.1
2.6
2.5

3.5
2.7
2.4

142.1

1462

145.6

151.8

1512

156.9

158.8

158.4

156.7

159.3

161.5

161.8

163.7

167.4

169.8

99.1
66.8
32.3
43.0
14.7
11.8
6.6
5.8
2.7
2.4
-.9

100.1
67.5
32.5
46.1
15.3
13.4
6.3
7.0
2.7
2.5
-1.1

100.5
67.8
32.7
45.1
16.1
11.9
6.6
6.1
2.6
2.5

100.9
68.1
32.8
50.9
15.5
15.9
7.1
8.2
3.0
2.7
-1.4

101.7
68.3
33.5
49.5
15.9
12.9
7.3
8.3
3.1
2.9
-.9

102.0
68.5
33.5
54.9
16.5
16.5
7.5
8.5
3.1
3.6
-.8

102.3
68.6
33.7
56.5
17.1
18.4
7.6
8.3
2.8
2.7
-.5

103.5
69.4
34.1
54.9
18.0
16.0
8.0
7.9
3.0
2.6

103.5
69.5
34.1
532
18.3
13.2
7.8
7.7
3.6
3.1
-.6

103.9
69.7
34.2
55.4
18.3
15.3
7.5
7.9
3.9
2.9
-.3

103.9
69.6
34.3
57.6
19.7
15.9
8.5
8.6
3.2
2.6

104.6
70.1
34.5
57.2
19.1
15.2
8.4
8.4
3.4
3.5
-.7

104.8
70.4
34.5
58.9
19.6
14.8
8.6
9.9
3.5
3.1
-.6

105.1
70.6
34.5
62.4
20.6
17.6
8.9
9.9
3.1
2.9

105.3
70.6
34.7
64.5
22.4
16.0
9.2
10.6
3.5
3.3
-.4

42

3.5

4.5

4.4

4.7

52

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.6

52

5.3

5.5

5.5

22
1.5

Structures

9.1

4.1
2.4
2.9

3.7

Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian
Other services
Contractual research and development
Installation support1
Weapons support2
Personnel support3
Transportation of material
Travel of persons
Other

9.5

3.8
2.3
2.9

98.5
66.5
31.9
43.1
14.0
13.5
5.8
6.0
2.9
2.0
-1.0

Services

9.0

3.7
2.3
3.4

141.6

Petroleum products
Ammunition
Other nondurable goods

9.3

3.8
2.3
2.9

Nondurable goods

2.7
1.5

2.0
1.5

2.9
1.6

2.7
1.6

2.8
1.8

2.9
2.2

3.1
2.4

3.2
2.3

3.4
2.0

3.7
1.9

3.5
1.7

3.3
2.0

3.4
2.1

3.6
2.0

1985

1987

1986

1988

Line
National defense purchases
Durable goods
Military equipment
Aircraft
Missiles
Ships
Vehicles
Electronic equipment
Other
Other durable goods
Nondurable goods
Petroleum products
Ammunition
Other nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Military
Civilian ..'
Other services
Contractual research and development ...
Installation support1
Weapons support2
Personnel support3
Transportation of material
Travel of persons
Other
_
Structures
Military facilities
Other




287.1

284.6

285.7

81.6

81.6

81.3

80.6

80.2
37.0
13.2
9.1
6.5
6.7
7.7
8.7

75.5
34.3
11.7
9.2
6.1
6.7
7.4
6.1

74.7
32.3
13.4
8.9
6.4
6.9
6.9
6.8

74.6
31.8
12.6
8.9
6.6
6.2
8.5
6.8

74.4
29.5
14.0
10.4
4.8
7.3
8.4
62

11.3

11.8

10.5

10.7

9.5

10.5

4.0
4.0
32

4.5
3.5
3.8

3.5
3.4
3.6

3.0
42
3.5

2.9
3.3
3.3

3.7
3.6
3.2

185.8

184.6

186.5

191.8

187.3

1872

188.0

108.0
72.6
35.4
77.8
26.1
22.0
10.9
11.3
3.7
4.3
-.6

108.9
73.1
35.8
75.7
24.2
23.5
10.9
11.4
3.4
3.3
-.9

109.7
73.4
36.4
76.7
24.9
22.6
10.9
11.6
3.6
3.4
-.4

109.1
72.9
36.2
82.6
27.5
26.4
10.2
11.6
3.5
3.9
-.6

108.1
72.2
36.0
79.2
26.8
24.1
10.2
11.3
3.9
3.6
-.7

107.8
72.2
35.6
79.4
26.5
26.0
9.7
11.0
4.1
3.5
-1.5

108.3
72.4
35.9
79.7
26.9
26.7
9.0
10.9
3.2
3.4
-.4

72

7.5

7.4

7.9

7.0

7.5

6.6

6.5

4.8
2.4

4.6
2.9

4.8
2.6

5.3
2.6

4.5
2.4

5.2
2.3

4.4
2.1

4.4
2.1

284.9

84.5

83.8

77.0
35.3
11.6
9.2
7.4
6.5
6.9
7.5

77.4
35.1
12.4
9.3
7.5
6.7
6.5
6.4

80.1
32.7
142
10.6
7.8
7.0
7.8
7.8

84.7
37.8
142
10.1
6.9
6.9
8.8
8.7

10.1

10.3

3.7
2.4
4.0

3.2
3.7
3.4

179.5

183.8

108.1
72.6
35.5
71.4
26.3
17.5
10.1
11.5
3.4
3.3
-.7

108.1
72.8
35.3
75.7
26.2
21.2
10.6
11.2
3.3
3.7
-.6

7.5

6.8

4.8
2.7

4.3
2.5

261.7

273.7

272.1

2692

279.1

682

73.0

80.8

76.6

72.3

78.1

60.7
232
9.3
9.7
6.9
5.7
5.9
7.5

65.9
24.8
8.7
10.1
7.4
6.0
8.9
7.1

72.4
27.8
10.2
10.8
7.2
6.6
9.7
8.4

69.7
28.9
10.7
10.2
5.5
6.1
8.3
6.9

64.1
27.2
10.0
9.2
62
5.9
5.7
8.1

72.0
31.3
11.8
10.4
7.0
6.3
52
6.1

82.2
34.7
13.3
10.6
7.0
6.4
102
6.6

9.9

9.4

8.4

7.8

102

12.0

10.9

4.0
2.8
3.1

3.8
2.5
3.1

4.0
1.1
3.3

3.5
1.8
2.6

3.8
3.3
3.1

3.9
5.0
3.1

3.6
4.4
2.9

3.8
4.3
3.3

171.3

172.6

177.7

1812

179.9

182.0

185.0

106.3
71.2
352
65.0
22.2
16.8
9.1
10.6
3.2
3.3
-2

106.7
71.4
35.2
65.9
21.8
17.7
9.3
10.7
3.6
3.4
-.6

107.2
71.7
35.4
70.6
23.4
22.3
9.4
10.1
3.2
3.2
-.9

106.8
71.4
35.4
74.4
25.9
21.9
10.0
10.6
3.2
3.3
-.5

107.0
71.6
35.4
72.9
23.6
21.7
9.7
10.4
4.1
3.6
-2

107.0
71.8
35.2
75.0
26.4
21.0
9.8
10.8
3.8
3.7
-.5

107.4
72.3
35.1
77.6
27.4
23.4
9.8
10.8
3.7
3.2
-.7

5.7

6.7

6.7

6.6

6.9

3.4
2.3

4.1
2.5

4.0
2.8

3.9
2.6

4.2
2.7

1. Includes utilities, communications, rental payments, maintenance and repair, and payments to contractors to
operate installations.
2. Includes depot maintenance and contractual services for weapons systems, other than research and development.
3. Includes compensation of foreign personnel, consulting, training, and education.

290.8

2822

255.0

292.1

291.6

296.8

295.0

93.5

120

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.12.—Government Transfer Payments to Persons
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1959

1961

1960

1962

1965

1964

1963

1966

1967

1968

1970

1971

1972

1973

25.7

31.5

32.6

34.5

36.0

39.1

43.6

52.3

67.5

81.8

97.0

108.4

124.1

21.6

25.0

25.6

27.0

27.9

30.3

33.5

40.2

46.2

50.8

61.6

73.0

80.9

93.7

16.1
10.2
0
2.9
2.4
.3
.2

17.6
11.1
0
3.1
2.7
.2
.1

20.8
12.6
0
4.4
4.0
.3
.2

21.4
14.3
0
3.2
2.9
.2

22.6
15.2
0

23.3
16.0
0
2.8
2.5
.1

25.3
18.1
0
2.4
2.1
.1
.1

28.3
19.8

34.0
21.1
4.3
2.2
2.1
.1

39.4
24.6

5.6
2.2
2.0

43.0
26.4
6.5
2.3
2.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

51.7
31.4
7.1
4.2
3.8
.1
.3

61.0
36.6
7.8
6.2
5.6
.1
.5

67.3
40.9
8.6
6.0
5.5
.1
.5

78.6
50.7
9.7
4.6
4.2
.1
.3

7.2
3.5
3.7
2.0

8.3
4.1
4.2
2.2

9.7
5.0
4.7
2.6

.8
.2
.3

.2
.3

8.5
6.3
2.2

9.3
6.5
2.8

1.7
.4
0

Benefits from social insurance funds
Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance ...
Unemployment insurance
State
Railroad employees
Federal employees
Special unemployment benefits
Federal employee retirement
Civilian 1
Military2
Railroad retirement
Pension benefit guaranty
Veterans life insurance
Workers' compensation
Military medical insurance3

27.5

20.1

Government transfer payments to persons .
Federal

2.0
.6
0

2.2
1.1
0

3.1
2.8
.1
.2

.1

.1

1.0
1.9
1.8
.1

.1

.1

5.2
2.6
2.7
1.0

1.5

Veterans benefits
Pension and disability
Readjustment
Other 4
Food stamp benefits
Black lung benefits
Supplemental security income
Direct relief
Earned income credit
Other 5

0
1.0

Benefits from social insurance funds
State and local employee retirement
Temporary disability insurance
Workers' compensation
Public assistance
Medical care
...
Aid to families with dependent children
Supplemental security income 6
General assistance
EnGroy cissistdncG
other*
;;.;.;
Education
Employment and training

State and local
Benefits from social insurance funds
State and local employee retirement
Temporary disability insurance
Workers' compensation
Public assistance
Medical care
Aid to families with dependent children
Supplemental security income 6
General assistance
Energy assistance
Other
Education
Employment and training

10.1

16.7

20.1

24.0

27.5

30.4

3.2
2.5
.3
.4
6.3
2.0
1.9
2.2
.3

4.4
3.5
.4
.5
11.3
4.5
3.5
2.6
.5

5.0
4.0
.4
.5
13.9
5.4
4.8
3.0
.6

5.6
4.7
.4
.6
17.0
6.7
6.2
3.2
.8

6.6
5.5
.4
.7
19.3
8.2
6.9
3.4
.7

7.5
6.3
.5
.8
21.2
9.6
7.2
3.4
.7

1974

1976

1975

1977

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1987

1986

1988

147.4

3
4
5
6
7
8
9

185.7

202.8

234.8

262.8

312.6

355.7

396.3

426.1

437.8

468.1

497.1

521.3

555.9

146.8

159.3

170.1

182.4

205.7

247.0

282.1

316.4

3402

344.3

366.8

386.2

401.8

425.9

93.4
57.6
12.5

118.9

142.1
832
21.7
13.1
11.5
2

152.3
91.4
24.9

171.6
102.6

273.6

294.6

298.3
173.0
62.6
16.0

320.1
183.3

338.1

153.7
50.8
25.2
23.4
.4
.3

164.4
57.2
26.4

353.0
201.0

15.8

16.5

.1
.4

205.5
118.6
35.6
16.1
15.3
.2
.5

238.0
138.6
43.3

20.1
.4
.4
5.5
37.5

132
2
.3
2.3
37.4

14.6
.2
.3

16.0
.2
.3

373.4
213.9
86.5
13.6
13.1
.1
.3

11.9
6.3
5.7
2.8

.8
.7
14.5
7.7
6.8
3.3

131.1
74.5
18.4
16.4
14.3
.2
.9
1.0
16.6
8.9
7.7
3.6

22.1

.9
.3
.3

.9
.4
.3

10.5
7.1
3.4

12.9
7.8
5.1

7.0
6.6
.1
.4

65.9
15.5

18.1
16.5

.1

29.2
9.7

0
2.9

0
5.0

32.3

38.9

8.5
7.1
.5
.9
21.7
11.3
7.9
1.3
.8

9.7
82
.5
1.0
26.4
14.0
92
1.5
1.1

70.1

193.6
75.6

81.9
14.6
14.2
.1
.3

.7
.7

9.4
8.6
2
.5
.2

18.4
9.9
8.5
3.8

20.7
11.3
9.4
4.0

23.6
13.0
10.6
4.3

28.0
15.5
12.5
4.8

32.2
18.2
14.0
5.3

1.1
35.2
19.9
15.4
5.8

1.0
.6
.3

1.0

.5
.3

1.1
.7
.3

1.2
.8
.4

1.3
.9
.4

1.4
.9
.5

212
16.3
6.0
.1
1.4
.9
.6

12.8
8.5
4.3

12.3
92
3.1

12.5
9.7
2.8

13.0
10.6
2.4

13.4
11.4
2.0

14.4
12.5
1.9

14.9
13.3
1.6

15.0
13.7
1.4

14.8
13.7
1.1

15.0
14.0

14.9

14.8

15.0

14.2
.7

142
.6

14.6
.4

11.1
1.7
7.4

10.7
1.6
8.3

10.7
1.6
8.8

10.6
1.6
9.5

10.6
1.5
10.0

11.2
1.5
10.7

1.2
9.1

1.2
9.4

1.1
9.6

1.4
10.1

1.4
10.5

2.7
11.4

9.1

15.9
15.1
.3
.5

10.1
1.7
6.6

.7

15.3
6.1
.1
1.4
1.0
.7

.8
41.1
23.5
17.6
62
.1
1.6
1.1
.8

1.1

44.9
26.5
18.4
6.5
2
1.7
1.2

.9

1.1

42.2
24.4
17.9
6.4
.2
1.7

48.1
28.6
19.5
6.7
.3

1.7
1.3
1.3

4.7

.9
6.1

.8
6.8

1.3
10.9

1.3
10.0

12
8.2

43.6

47.4

52.4

572

65.7

73.6

79.9

85.9

93.5

1012

110.9

119.6

130.0

11.3
9.6
.5
12
29.0
15.6
10.1
1.5
12

12.5
10.5
.6

14.1
12.0
.6
1.6
33.5
19.0
10.7
1.6
1.2

15.8
13.3
.7

17.8
15.1
.8
2.0
42.8
24.6
12.4
2.0
1.4
1.3
1.0
2.4
1.7

20.3
17.2
.9
2.3

23.0
19.3
1.0
2.7
51.8
31.7
13.3
2.1
1.9
1.6
1.2
2.7
1.1
1.3

24.5
20.5
1.0
3.0
56.1
34.8
14.2
2.0
2.0
1.7
1.3
2.9
1.0
1.5

27.9
23.5
1.1
3.3
60.5
37.9
14.8
2.1
2.4
1.9
1.5
3.1
.8
1.1

30.4
25.5
1.4
3.5
65.1
412
15.4
2.3
2.4

33.9
28.4
1.5

37.4
31.2
1.6
4.6
75.6
49.8

40.9
34.1

.9
4.3

1.4
31.3
17.1
10.6
1.6
1.2
.2
.7
1.9
.9
.7

1. Consists of civil service, foreign service, Public Health Service officers, Tennessee Valley Authority, and several
small retirement programs.
2. Includes the Coast Guard.
3. Consists of payments for medical services for dependents of active duty military personnel at nonmilitary facilities.
4. Consists of mustering out pay, terminal leave pay, and adjusted compensation benefits.




1979

1978

115.0

Government transfer payments to persons

Food stamp benefits
Black lung benefits
Supplemental security income
Direct relief
Earned income credit
Other 5

0
2.6

.3
1.2

Federal

Veterans benefits
Pension and disability
Readjustment
Other 4

0
2.6

.9
1.3
1.9
.3

Line

Benefits from social insurance funds
Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance ..
Unemployment insurance
State
Railroad employees
Federal employees
Special unemployment benefits
Federal employee retirement
Civilian 1
.
Military2
Railroad retirement
Pension benefit guaranty
Veterans life insurance
Workers' compensation
Military medical insurance3

0
2.4

2.2
1.6
2
.3
4.4

,

0
2.1

7.0

State and local

0
1.7

.1
.8

2.1
1.9
.8

1.8

36.6
21.5
11.0
1.8
12
.3
.9
22
1.7
.8

48.4
28.8

13.0
2.0
1.6
1.6
12
2.6
1.4

.9

2.1
1.6
3.5

.9
12

3.9
70.7
45.4
16.4

2.6
2.5
2.0
1.7

3.9
.9
1.5

16.7
2.9
2.6
1.7
1.9
4.0
.9
1.6

1.8

5.1
82.0
55.0
17.3
3.1
2.7
1.7
2.3
42
.9
1.9

5. Consists largely of payments to nonprofit institutions, aid to students, payments for medical services for retired
military personnel and their dependents at nonmilitary facilities.
6. Prior to 1974, consists of old-age assistance, aid to the blind, and aid to the permanently and totally disabled,
which were partly federally funded.
7. Consists of emergency assistance and medical insurance premium payments paid on behalf of indigents.
8. Consists largely of foster care, veterans benefits, Alaska dividends, and crime victim payments.

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

121

Table 3.13.—Subsidies Less Current Surplus of Government Enterprises, 1960-88
[Billions of dollars]
Line
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.

1960

1961
0.2

-0.8

Federal

0.3

-0.3

2.5

Subsidies
Agricultural
Housing
Maritime
Air carriers
Other1
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Postal Service
Federal Housing Administration
Tennessee Valley Authority
Other2
State and local
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Water and sewerage
Gas and electricity
Toll facilities
Liquor stores
Air and water terminals
Housing and urban renewal
Public transit
Other3

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Federal
Subsidies
Agricultural
Housing
Maritime
Air carriers
Other1
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Postal Service
Federal Housing Administration
Tennessee Valley Authority
Other2
State and local
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Water and sewerage
Gas and electricity
Toll facilities
Liquor stores
Air and water terminals
Housing and urban renewal
Public transit
Other3

1968

0.1

0.3

1.4

1969

1J2

1.2

1971

1970

1.5

2.6

1972

2.4

2.4

2.9

3.2

4.4

4.3

4.9

6.2

.1
.1
2

2.8
22
.2
.3
.1
.1
-.1
-.6
.2
.1
.2

3.1
2.5
.2
.3
.1
0
-.2
-.7
.2
.1
.2

4.0
3.3
.3
.3
.1
.2
-.4
-1.0
.2
.1
.3

3.9
3.1
.3
.3
.1
.1
-.4
-1.0
.2
.1
.3

4.3
3.5
.3
.3
.1
.1
-.1
-.7
2
.1
.3

4.6
3.8
.5
.3
0
.1
-.2
-1.0
.2
.1
.4

4.9
3.7
.7
.3
0
.2
-1.3
-2.0
.3
.2
.3

4.9
3.2
1.1
.4
.1
.2
-1.1
-1.9
.3
.2
.3

-2.3

-2.5

-2.8

-2.8

-3.0

-3.0

-3.1

-3.2

-3.3

-3.6

0
2.3
.7
.7
.4
.3
.1
.2
0
.1

0
2.5
.8
.7
.4
.3
.1
2
0
0

0
2.8
.9
.9
.4
.3
.1
2
0
0

0
2.9
.9
.9
.5
.3
.2
.2
0
0

0
3.0
1.0
.9
.5
.3
.2
.2
-.1
0

0
3.0
.9
.9
.5
.3
.2
.2
-.1
0

0
3.1
.9
1.0
.6
.4
2
2
-.1
-.1

0
3.2
.9
1.0
.6
.4
.3
2

0
3.3
1.1
1.1
.6
.4
.3
.2
-.2
-.1

0
3.6
1.2
1.1
.7
.4
.3
.2
-2
-.1

1984

1985

1986

1975

1976

1977

1978

1981

1979

-2
-.1

1982

1983

0.4

2.6

1.4

3.3

3.6

2.9

4.8

4.7

62

4.7

7.1

6.2

8.4

9.2

8.7

10.6

10.3

13.3

20.4

3.6
.5
2.3
.5
.1
.3
-1.1
-1.9
.1
.3
.4

4.9
.8
2.6
.5
.1
.9
-2.2
-3.1
.2
.4
.4

5.6
.7
3.1
.5
.1
1.2
-.6
-1.5
.2
.5
.3

7.5
1.8
3.5
.5
.1
1.6
-1.0
-2.1
.2
.6
.3

9.2
2.9
4.2
.5
.1
1.6
0
-1.4
.2
.7
.5

8.9
12
5.2
.6
.1
1.8
2
-1.3
.3
.9
.4

10.3
1.2
6.1
.6
.1
2.3
-.4
-2.3
.4
1.1
.4

11.8
1.6
7.6
.6
.1
1.9
1.4
-.9
.5
1.1
.8

15.0
2.7
9.8
.5
.1
1.9
1.8
-.6
.5
1.2
.6

21.7
8.3
10.9
.3
.1
2.1
1.3
-12
.5
1.4
.6

-4.4

-4.5

-4.8

-5.1

-5.6

-5.7

-5.8

-5.6

-7.1

-8.7

.1
4.5
1.6
1.5
.7
.4
.5
.6
-1.1
2

.2
4.7
1.7
1.7
.8
.4
.5
.6
-1.3
.3

.2
5.0
1.5
1.9
.8
.4
.6
.6
-1.2
.3

.2
5.3
1.5
2.1
.8
.4
.7
.7
-1.3
.5

.2
5.9
1.7
2.3
.9
.4
.8
.7
-1.6
.6

.3
6.1
2.0
2.4
.8
.5
.9
.6
-2.0
.8

.4
6.2
2.1
2.5
.9
.5
1.0
.5
-2.2
.9

.4
6.0
2.1
3.0
1.0
.5
1.0
.6
-3.2
1.1

.5
7.5
2.3
3.5
1.0
.5
1.1
1.3
-3.6
1.5

.4
92
3.1
4.0
1.0
.4
1.2
1.4
-42
2.2

11.7

1973

3.4

2.6

6.9
3.9
1.6
.4
.1

5.5
2.6
1.8
.4
.1
.6
-1.4
-2.1
.3
.3
.2

6.1

2.3
1.7
.2
.3
.1
.1
-.1
-.6
.2
.1
.2

1. Consists largely of subsidies to railroads and mass transit systems.
2. Consists largely of Bonneville Power Administration, other electric power agencies, and insurance agencies
other than those insuring deposits in financial institutions.
3. Consists of lotteries, off-track betting, local parking, and miscellaneous activities.




1967

1966

2.4
1.7
.2
.3
.1
.1
-.3
-.8

0
2.2
.7
.6
.4
.3
.1
2
0
0
1974

1965

2.1
1.5
.2
.3
.1
.1
-.4
-.8
.1
.1
.2

1.2
.7
.1
.2
.1
.1
-.2
-.6
.1
.1
2
-22

1964

1963

1962

6.9

-3.7

-1.4
.3
.2
.3
-42

-4.3

0
3.7
1.4
1.1
.7
.4
.4
.3
-.4
-.1

.1
4.2
1.5
1.2
.7
.4
.4
.4
-.6
0

.1
4.4
1.6
1.4
.8
.4
.5
.3
-.7
.2

1987

1988

6.4

9.7

14.1

10.9

20.8

19.9

23.4

29.1

28.4

22.1
8.3
11.8
.4
0
1.5
1.3
-1.7
.4
1.6

222
7.0
13.2
.3
0
1.6
2.3
-1.4
.6
2.1
1.0

26.6
12.1
12.8
.3
0
1.3
32
-.6
.8
2.1
.9

31.7
17.0
13.1
.3
0
1.4
2.7
-1.7
2
2.4
1.9

30.9
14.9
14.2
.2
0
1.5
2.5
-1.0
.6
2.2
.8

-11.4

-13.5

-13.7

-14.9

-17.5

.4
11.8
4.1
5.0
1.2
.4
1.4
1.5
-4.8
3.0

.3
13.8
5.1
5.3
12
.4
1.6
1.2
-5.0
4.0

.3
14.0
5.7
5.6
1.3
.4
1.8
2
-5.7
4.7

.3
15.2
6.3
6.4
1.6
.4
2.0
-.6
-6.1
52

.4
17.9
7.3
7.2
1.7
.4
2.2
-1.0
-6.4
6.4

9.5

122

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.14.—Social Insurance Funds Receipts and Expenditures
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1959

1960

1961

1962

1964

1963

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

Federal
1

Government
Other

19.8

20.7

23.0

258

27 0

284

369

414

461

530

577

635

726

904

157

185

192

21 5

24 3

254

26 6

349

389

432

49 6

529

587

67 5

846

3
4
5
6

Personal contributions

17.0

2

Receipts
Contributions for social insurance

6.7
9.0
2.2
68

8.0
10.5
2.4
81

8.3
11.0
2.6
84

8.8
12.7
2.8
98

102
14.1
3.3
109

10.8
14.6
3.6
11 0

11.3
15.2
3.9
11 4

15.6
19.3
4.6
14 7

18.1
20.8
5.3
154

20.1
23.1
6.1
170

23.2
26.5
72
193

24.5
28.5
8.6
198

26.9
31.8
10.0
21 8

30.2
37.3
11.3
26 0

38.0
46.7
12.9
33 7

7

1.4

14

15

17

18

21

25

28

34

48

48

51

57

18.3

21.7

223

23.6

24.3

26.4

295

35.3

40.8

45.2

53.9

635

70.1

813

.7
161

.7
176

.9
208

.9
214

1.0
226

1.0
23 3

1.1
253

1.2
283

12
340

1.4
394

2.1
43 0

2.2
51 7

2.5
61 0

2.8
67 3

2.7
786

02

1.6

-1.1

0.7

22

2.8

2.0

7.5

6.1

52

7.8

3.8

01

25

9.0

12

3.7

42

4.5

4.8

53

59

6.4

73

86

93

104

121

135

156

17 5

13

31

34

37

39

42

47

50

57

67

72

83

92

102

11 5

130

14
15
16
17

Surplus or deficit (-)

1.4

16.8

9
10
11

Administrative expenses (purchases)
Transfer payments to persons

1.3

8

Interest received

12
1.9
1.6
.3

1.3
2.1
1.8
.3

1.4
2.3
2.0
.3

1.5
2.4
2.0
.4

1.6
2.6
2.3
.4

1.8
2.9
2.5
.4

2.0
3.0
2.6
.4

2.2
3.5
3.1
.5

2.5
42
3.7
.5

2.7
4.5
3.9
.5

3.1
5.2
4.6
6

3.4
5.8
5.2
6

3.8
6.4
5.7
7

42
7.3
6.5
7

4.6
8.4
7.5
.9

State and local

Receipts
Contributions for social insurance
Personal contributions
Employer contributions
Government
Other

18

8

10

1 1

12

1.3

1 6

1 9

21

22

29

33

41

45

1.9

2.1

2.2

2.5

2.8

2.9

3.3

3.8

4.0

4.6

52

5.9

63

7.9

.1
1.6

.1
1.8

.1
2.0

.1
22

.1
2.4

.1
2.6

.1
2.8

.1
32

.2
3.6

2
3.8

2
4.4

.3
5.0

.3
5.6

.3
6.6

.3
7.5

22

Surplus or deficit (-)

.7

1.7

20
21

Administrative expenses (purchases)
Transfer payments to persons

.6

19

Interest and dividends received

2.0

2.3

2.4

2.6

2.8

32

3.4

4.0

4.8

52

5.8

6.9

7.6

8.7

9.6

Line

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

Federal
1

108.7

1222

135.1

155.4

179.9

197.9

2322

248.9

268.8

3065

338.3

363.2

387.2

434.6

959

101 7

1150

1277

1471

1704

1868

218 8

2338

252 6

2848

3109

332 5

351 5

3904

3
4
5
6

Personal contributions
Employer contributions
Government
Other

102.6

2

Receipts
Contributions for social insurance

43.0
52.9
15.3
37.7

45.1
56.5
18.1
38.4

49.7
65.3
20.2
45.0

54.8
72.9
22.0
50.9

62.8
84.3
24.1
60.1

73.5
96.9
272
69.7

81.1
105.7
30.7
75.0

95.9
122.9
35.2
87.6

102.9
130.9
38.1
92.8

109.9
142.6
41.5
101.1

1222
162.5
44.0
118.5

138.0
172.9
47.5
125.5

149.5
182.9
50.3
132.7

160.0
191.5
53.5
138.0

179.8
210.6
58.9
151.7

....

Interest received
Expenditures.

7

6.6

7.1

72

7.4

8.3

9.5

11.1

13.3

15.1

162

21.7

27.3

30 8

35.7

442

... .

8

96.7

122.5

135.1

146.3

156.9

176.5

210.8

243.8

279.7

301.2

305.1

327.3

345.5

360.1

381.4

9
10
11

3.3
93.4

3.6
118.9

4.0
131.1

4.2
142.1

4.6
152.3

4.9
171.6

5.3
205.5

5.8
238.0

6.0
273.6

6.6
294.6

6.8
298.3

7.2
320.1

7.3
338.1

7.2
353.0

8.0
373.4

5.9

-13.8

-12.9

-11.1

-15

3.4

-12.9

-11.6

-30.8

-32.4

1.4

103

17.8

27.0

53.2

12

19.8

23.1

27.3

30.9

34.9

40.1

45.5

51.0

60.7

673

72.1

79.1

88.9

94.8

100.4

13

146

168

19.5

22.1

24.7

27.4

29.7

32.5

35.8

37.7

402

42.8

47.3

49.2

51.9

14
15
16
17

4.9
9.7
8.7
1.0

5.3
11.5
10.4
1.1

5.8
13.7
12.4
1.3

6.4
15.7
14.0
1.7

6.9
17.7
15.6
2.1

7.5
19.9
17.6
2.3

7.5
22.2
19.9
2.3

8.5
23.9
21.6
2.3

9.4
26.4
24.1
2.3

9.8
27.9
25.6
2.3

10.6
29.6
27.0
2.6

11.1
31.8
28.8
3.0

12.6
34.7
31.1
3.6

13.6
35.6
312
4.4

14.7
372
32.1
5.1

Administrative expenses (purchases)
Transfer payments to persons
Surplus or deficit (-)
State and local

Receipts
Contributions for social insurance
Personal contributions
Government
Other
Interest and dividends received
Expenditures
Administrative expenses (purchases)
Surplus or deficit (-)

..
. .

18

52

6.3

7.8

8.8

102

12.7

15.7

18.6

24.9

29.6

31.9

36.3

41.6

45.6

48.5

19

8.8

10.1

11.7

13.0

14.7

16.5

18.6

212

24.1

25.7

29.3

322

36.1

40.0

43.6

20
21

.4
8.5

.4
9.7

.4
11.3

.5
12.5

.5

.6

14.1

15.8

.7
17.8

.9
20.3

1.1
23.0

1.2
24.5

1.3
27.9

1.8
30.4

22
33.9

2.6
37.4

2.7
40.9

22

10.9

15.6

17.9

202

23.7

26.9

29.8

36.6

41.5

423

463

52.7

54.8

56.8

13.1

NOTE.—In this table interest and dividends received is included in receipts; in tables 3.1, 3.3, 3.15, 3,17, 3.19,
and 9.4, interest received and dividends received are netted against expenditures.




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Table 3.15.—Government Expenditures by Function
[Billions of dollars]
Line
1

1959

1960

1962

1961

1963

1965

1964

1967

1966

1968

1970

1971

1972

1973

131.9

1352

147.1

158.7

165.9

174.5

185.8

211.6

240.2

265.5

284.0

3112

338.1

368.1

401.6

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities

3.9

4.3

4.4

4.7

5.0

5.3

5.9

6.2

6.5

6.8

8.0

9.5

11.0

12.2

13.8

International affairs

2.0

2.0

2.3

2.4

2.4

2.4

2.3

2.5

2.3

2.3

2.3

2.4

2.8

3.0

2.8

.3

.6

.9

1.8

3.4

4.6

5.6

5.9

4.8

4.5

3.8

3.6

3.4

3.3

3.0

46.3

452

47.8

52.0

51.4

50.3

50.9

61.9

732

79.0

78.7

76.6

73.9

77.3

77.3

Total

Space
National defense

3.6

3.9

4.2

4.5

4.7

5.1

5.5

6.0

6.6

7.7

8.6

9.7

11.1

12.5

14.0

16.3

18.2

20.0

21.6

24.0

26.7

29.6

34.6

39.1

42.8

47.4

53.6

59.4

64.9

71.5

3.4

3.6

3.9

4.1

4.5

4.9

52

5.7

62

7.0

8.0

9.3

10.3

11.4

12.8

21.4

23.0

26.8

28.2

29.8

31.2

34.2

38.7

46.4

542

60.4

73.2

872

97.7

113.1

Veterans benefits and services

5.8

5.9

6.3

6.1

6.3

6.3

6.5

6.5

7.4

8.0

8.9

10.3

11.8

132

14.4

Housing and community services

1.9

1.9

2.2

2.6

2.2

2.7

2.9

3.1

3.4

4.1

3.9

4.4

5.1

5.8

6.6

Recreational and cultural activities

.7

.8

.9

.9

1.0

1.1

1.1

1.2

1.4

1.7

2.0

2.2

2.5

2.6

3.0

Energy

.5

.5

.8

.7

.6

1.0

1.0

.9

1.1

1.0

1.0

1.1

1.1

12

1.0

4.7

2.9

3.0

4.1

3.4

4.0

4.0

3.9

42

6.0

7.3

6.4

6.1

6.8

5.6

Civilian safety
Education
Health and hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare

Agriculture

1.4

1.4

1.6

1.7

1.9

2.0

2.3

2.6

2.8

2.2

2.3

2.7

2.9

3.1

3.1

Transportation

10.3

10.3

11.0

11.7

12.8

13.1

14.0

15.4

16.3

17.7

18.4

20.0

21.4

22.4

23.7

Postal service

.5

.7

.9

.7

.8

.8

1.1

1.2

.9

1.2

2.3

2.3

1.8

2.7

Economic development, regulation, and services

.6

.8

.8

.9

1.1

1.1

1.3

1.3

1.7

1.7

2.1

2.4

2.8

3.1

Labor training and services

.4

.4

.5

.6

.6

.7

.9

1.1

1.6

1.6

1.7

1.8

2.5

2.7

in

Natural resources

Commercial activities

-2

-2

-.3

-.2

-2

-2

-2

-.2

-2

-2

-2

-2

-.3

-.4

-.5

Net interest paid 2

6.9

7.6

12

7.9

8.5

9.1

9.4

10.1

10.8

12.3

13.5

15.0

15.5

16.7

192

Other and unallocable

1.3

1.5

1.7

1.8

2.1

2.3

2.7

3.0

3.5

4.3

5.0

52

6.0

7.2

8.8

Line
1

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

455.2

530.6

570.9

6152

670.3

745.3

861.0

972.3

1,069.1

1,1562

1232.4

1,3422

1,437.5

1,516.9

1,590.7

162

17.8

18.9

20.7

23.3

25.9

28.6

30.3

33.4

35.8

38.5

42.7

45.8

49.4

53.3

International affairs

3.7

3.9

4.3

4.2

4.6

5.4

6.7

6.5

8.0

8.7

11.3

14.3

14.9

13.6

14.2

Space

3.3

3.6

3.7

3.8

3.9

4.3

5.0

5.6

5.8

6.9

7.0

7.4

7.1

8.0

92

82.5

89.5

93.2

100.7

108.7

121.6

142.4

167.2

193.5

214.1

232.7

258.3

276.3

291.7

295.2

Total

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities

National defense
Civilian safety

15.9

18.1

20.0

21.9

23.9

262

28.9

32.2

36.0

39.0

43.0

48.4

53.3

58.1

63.6

Education

79.5

90.0

98.0

105.5

114.2

127.0

140.4

152.5

162.8

173.3

186.7

201.5

216.6

230.7

247.8

Health and hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare

14.4

15.7

16.3

17.8

19.5

20.6

23.5

24.7

24.6

24.3

262

28.6

30.8

33.2

36.6

135.6

170.1

186.2

201.0

216.5

242.0

2882

328.0

363.6

388.6

399.5

4262

450.7

472.0

504.6

162

19.5

20.0

19.9

20.6

21.7

23.1

24.9

262

27.4

28.1

28.7

29.6

30.4

30.9

Housing and community services

8.0

10.0

10.5

10.7

12.1

14.8

17.1

18.7

18.5

182

18.7

21.0

232

25.7

26.6

Recreational and cultural activities

3.7

4.4

4.7

4.9

5.4

5.9

6.4

6.9

7.1

7.6

8.2

8.9

9.8

10.2

11.0

Energy

2.5

3.1

3.9

5.3

7.5

7.0

7.4

11.2

7.1

5.2

3.5

3.1

2.6

1.3

.5

Agriculture

3.4

4.7

4.9

62

7.9

6.7

8.9

9.5

13.5

21.5

18.1

21.1

31.1

29.6

21.3

Veterans benefits and services

3.7

4.3

4.4

4.8

5.4

6.6

72

82

8.3

9.0

9.0

10.0

10.2

10.8

11.3

Transportation

27.5

29.7

30.1

312

35.0

40.8

46.0

48.0

50.0

53.3

57.9

63.1

67.4

70.5

74.6

Postal service

2.7

4.0

2.2

2.5

1.8

1.7

2.7

1.3

1.1

1.9

2.6

2.5

1.9

3.4

2.7

Economic development, regulation, and services

2.5

2.9

3.1

3.5

3.8

4.4

52

5.0

5.2

5.5

5.7

6.2

6.6

7.1

7.8

Labor training and services

2.7

3.0

3.7

4.1

5.7

6.1

6.8

6.5

5.9

5.8

5.5

6.0

6.1

6.2

6.5

Natural resources

-.5

-.5

-.6

-.8

-1.0

-1.1

-1.3

-1.4

-1.8

-2.5

-32

-42

-4.8

-5.3

-6.5

Net interest paid 2

20.6

23.9

29.7

31.9

35.0

39.5

472

64.4

77.5

88.0

107.1

120.1

127.0

135.1

143.3

Other and unallocable

10.7

13.1

14.1

15.5

16.8

182

20.6

22.1

22.6

24.1

26.4

28.1

31.3

35.3

36.1

Commercial activities

1. Equals Federal Government expenditures less grants-in-aid to State and local governments plus State and
local government expenditures. Total expenditures include employee compensation on a disbursement basis. The
estimates by function include employee compensation on an accrual basis. Wage accruals less disbursements (in
millions of dollars) is zero except as follows: 1971, 209; 1972, 333 1973, -12; 1974, -480; 1975, 100; 1976, 100;
1977, 100; 1978, 271; 1979, -181; 1980, -40; 1981, 59; 1982, -4; 1983, -445; 1984, 220; and 1985, -230.




2. Excludes interest received by State and local social insurance funds, which is netted against expenditures
for the appropriate functions,

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Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function
[Millions of dollars]
1959

Line
Expenditures'

Total 1

1960

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

1

93,236

57,145

28,108

6,848

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

2
3
4
5
6

1,366

1,340

-6
28
-84

Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

1,975
328
1,647

320
318
2

1,135

93,449

55,273

30,221

6,526

1,563

1,599

-70
18
-95

34
34

291
289
2

1,739
16
1,723

32
32

7
8
9

Expendituresl

2,031
306
1,725

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

1,655
10
1,645

10

263

262

1

National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance
Other

11
12
13
14
15

46,447
46436

46,355
46 355

183
172

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction

16

221
176
45

45

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
General research and other

20
21
22
23

639

220
21
1
198

27

Health and hospitals

24

714

320

172

Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees civilian
Government employees military
Railroad
Other
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

18,452
11,838
9,937
741
443
717
1,002
498
146
227
131

404
159
150

3,089
2,604
139
346

10
10

43
44
45

2,263
260

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education

46
47
48

5,745
3,348
487

.

11

235
187

235
187

56

222

874

398

172

304

15,462
11,679
9,787
741
443
708
955
451
146
227
131

2,586

19,914
12,955
10,816
808
510
821
1,141
599
165
232
145

348
184
174

16,942
12,771
10,642
808
510
811
1,104
562
165
232
145

2,624

2,754
2,269
139
346

325
325

3,351
3,082

44
44

2,996
2,727

311
311

188

4
70

2,071
190

2,174
293

83

7
64

2,084
229

1,121

4,616
3,348
482

8

5,760
3,504
304

1,182

4^68
3,502
302

10
2

2

9
47
47

5

35

384

8

933
183

Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage

52
53
54
55

99
88
11

45
9
36

112

79
79

-25

101

531
488
43

655
448
207

46

-170

40
6

-170

Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices arid income

61
62
63
64
65

4500

3,644
3,255
47
117
225

123

733
177

28
95

556

915

Highways
Water

Air

70
71
72

547
-2

436

Railroad
Transit

105

810
1,068
53
579

992
188

236
191
45

79
58
21

85

6
2

22

6

3,073
3,016

6
57

167
115
54
-2

139

641
577
64

758
538
220

45

-162

39
6

-162

2,644
1,449
51
808
336

1,774
1,272
51
201
250

96

774
177

10
86

597

718

3,911
2,525
754

"8

635
-3

117

5

505

636

472

691

105

61

105

507

35

74
75
76
77

227
55
57
115

172

Labor trainina and services
Training programs
Other

78
79
80

52

Net interest paid

81

6,168

6
6

6,168

6,809

179
113
69
-3
610

63
253

52

5

316

57
115

415
99
63
253

2,523
2,462

81

49
49

73

22

135
133
2

835

101

57
58
59
60

4,314
3,069
700

35

139

56

Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources ...
Production and sale of Dower
Administration and rGOulation

67
68
69

411
252
159

679

998
275

-25

21

269

679
6
2

Recreational and cultural activities

66

10
37
37

269

674

674




-87
-87

8

48

939
297

See footnote(s) at end of table.

218
210

211
21
22
168

50
51

82

1,429

2

45,263
45263

48

49

Fmnnmip ripuplfwvnftnt assistance

572

45,394
45 386

678
273
202
203

Insurance

Conservation of aoricultural resources
Other

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

1
1

574
-91
91

221
176

HosDitals and medical care
Other

3,432
47
701
320

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

7

50

Space

17
18
19

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

6
6

6,809

93
93

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

125

Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1962

1961

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Line
Expenditures *

Total 1

Purchases

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

1

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management ..
Legislative and judicial activities
Other
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

101,655

58,569

33,349

7,245

2
3
4
5
6

1,547

1,608

-97
14
-112

36
36

7
8
9

2,312
318
1,994

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises
2,492

296
294
2

2,012
20
1,992

893

890
47,936
47,936

241
226
15

16
17
18
19

250
199

250
199

51

51

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
General research and other

20
21
22
23

759
285
240
234

241
23
27
191

Health and hospitals

24

1,043

476

199

Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

23,581
14 377
12,041
864
609
863
1,514
944
183
238
149

620
230

19,986
14147
11,821
864
609
853
1,448
878
183
238
149

4,778
3,899
565
314

103
103

4,295
3,416
565
314

43
44
45

2,583
329

221

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance
HosDitals and medical care
Other

46
47
48
49
50
51

6,215
3,708
181
922
1,063
341

52
53
54
55

337
289
48

158
139
19

Conservation of agricultural resources

Hianwavs

Water

Z..Z"

Z

'.

Air
Railroad
Transit

2,044
23
2,021

7
7

1,796

1,785

11

52,240
52,222

52,069
52,069

275
257
18

262
208

-91
-91

262
208

368

1,235

564

240

24,808
16,247
13,688
949
708
902
1,617
1,011
204
247
155

781
243

20,781
16 004
13,454
949
708
893
1,548
942
204
247
155

3,246

380
380

3,564
3,125
203
236

80
80

3,104
2,665
203
236

380
380

14
82

2,348
247

2,995
385

389

21
104

2,585
281

1,289

4,916
3,707

10
1

4,679
3,802
98
700

9
1

1

6,031
3,803
99
700
1,109
320

1,343

180
922

447
372
75

216
181
35

-104
-104

431

2,975

220
10
66
66

1,056
232

56

155
822
699
123
2,737
1,487
52
854
344

1,032
466
52
262
252

29
43

107

446
262
184

7
2
154
150
4

25

61
55
6

-162

2

103

1,600
1,021

13
90

579

2

25

997
4,277
2,738
789

1,323
68
645

70
71

752
-2

-162

106

9
69
69

1
1,103
239

1,832
1,328
58
225
221

34
57

79

485
278
207

6
2
202
191
11

1,010
710
300

3,761
2,618
58
755
330

91

1,091

139

81
-2

810
-3
880
446
136
77
233

146

6,253

6,763

1,798
1,290

22
106

508

3

77
233

152

128

310

1

3

80

123
123

-176

662

779

79
72
7

969
1,396
70
664

610

5

2,731
2,670

5

61

218

29
29

186

913
782
131

4,598
2,946
845

891

67
68
69

234

186

923
644
279

61
62
63
64
65

72

155

57
58
59
60

-176

122

5

2,941
2,876

5

65

256
176
83
-3

72

94
276

Other

406
130
69
207

69
207

78
79
80

112

111

Other
Net interest paid

81

6,253

Revenue sharing

82




2,729

54

873

See footnote(s) at end of table.

309
308
1

297
25
30
242

74
75
76
77

Economic develooment assistance

33
33

54

73

Postal service

7,979

-144

873
303
271
299

66

Natural resources

34,468

1,848

2,360
338
2,022

3

48,086
48,071

Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income

65,403

1

11
12
13
14
15

Conservation and development of energy sources ...
Production and sale of power

110,579
1,737

4
4

10

Recreational and cultural activities

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

-145

National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance
Other

Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

1

Space

Police
Fire
Correction

Expendituresl

7
7

800
10
10

6

6,763

126
126

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Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1963

Line
Expenditures'

Total 1
Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other
International affairs .
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance
Space
National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance.
Other
Civilian safety ....
Police
Fire
Correction
Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
General research and other
Health and hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other
Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other
Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage
Recreational and cultural activities .
Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation
Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income .
Financing farm ownership and utilities ...
Conservation of agricultural resources ...
Other
Natural resources
Transportation
Highways
Water
Air
Railroad
Transit
Postal service
Economic development, regulation, and services .
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other
Labor training and services .
Training programs
Other
Net interest paid

Revenue sharing
See footnote(s) at end of table.




114,395
1,835

1964

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

66,423
1,989

36,408
-187
-188

2,372
377
1,995
3,370
51,665
51,643

349
348
1
3,351
51,475
51,475

282
219
63
1,008
312
337
359
1,451
26,220
17,262
14,419
1,067
844
932
1,919
1,266
234
262
157

282
219
63
351
25
35
291
662
733
269
258

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

9,141
33
33

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

2,423

1
2,017
23
1,994
297
275
22

106

3,402
3,194

38
68
265
21,957
16,993
14,161
1,067
844
921
1,849
1,196
234
262
157
2,971
2,763

208

-107
-107

349
1,370
1

35
109
4,893
3,930
55
817

7,315

2,388
381
2,007
4,629
50,615
50,588

358
357
1

10,433
62
62

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

2,931

2,025
19
2,006

4,606
50,433
50,433

23
296
269
27

386
386

3,103
2,921

2,688
2,506

182

3,328
433
6,225
4,014
34
633
1,276
268
884
434
450

45
104
4,767
4,013
32
633

-114
-114

182

2,830
314

293
235
404
28
38
338
776
622
282
272

1,450
2

37
77
327
22,825
17,987
14,849
1,161
1,032
945
2,001
1,292
264
284
161

642
343
299
636
3,769

374
374

3,066
329
8
1

192
1,184
1,058
126

192
1,279
952
327

114
106

3,715
2,523
70
693
429
1,163
5,800
3,971
933

1,343
730
66
235
312
1,021
1,569
72
765
732

22

792
569
131
93
345
270

113
468
29
93
346
210

7,315

7,990

321
185
136

-181
"—181
122
30
92
131
3,499
3,433
1
65

1,765
1,249
3
513

235
155
83
-3
590

393
85
308
171

37,969
-180

5
2
591
265
326

1,212
622
60
263
267
997
1,478
67
732
679

675
496
104
85
307
193

67,461
2,088

524
3,530

551
287
264

221
1,026
711
315

3,104
1,871
63
806
364
1,128
5,217
3,500
893
827
-3

118,794
1,970

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

1,271
177
236
139
97

1,181
188
278
82
196

221
929
787
142

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

293
235
58
1,160
371
374
415
1,739
27,216
18,269
15,121
1,161
1,032
955
2,083
1,374
264
284
161

208

3,214
423
6,272
3,931
56
817
1,187
281
642
277
365

Expendituresl

142
31
111
142
3,983
3,899

20
21

7,990

27
27

-209
••-209

2,224
1,793
4
427

163
82
-2
679
81
81

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127

Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]

1966

1965

Line

Total 1

124,555
2,300

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction
Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
General research and other
Health and hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other

391
390
1
5,550
50,979
50,979

312
249
63
1,431
363
528
540
1,875
29,978
20,434
16,953
1,280
1,189
1,012
2,378
1,646
284
300
148

National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance
Other

40,736
-145

431
-31
64
398
818
887
306
295

54
115
340
24,902
20,128
16,658
1,280
1,189
1,001
2,284
1,552
284
300
148
2,299
2,149

226
1,162
1,027
135

Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources ..
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation

3,693
2,511
67
640
475
1,262
5,757
3,906
978
856
-1
18
843
564
148
87
329
559

Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other
Natural resources
Transportation
Highways
Water
Air
Railroad
Transit
Postal service
Economic development, regulation, and services .
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other
Labor training and services
Training programs
Other

8,386

Net interest paid

82

449
1,451
2

93
98
4,964
4,246
643

1,255
194

66
10
10

419
419

34
120
154
3,909
3,834

14,384
55
52

-202
"'-202
2,487
2,101
1
385

230
'"i52
79
-1

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

4,432

36
2,083
41
2,042
40
283
257
26

12
138
138

110
110
578
1,534
2

285
6
129
150
405
27,920
22,188
18,178
1,585
1,377
1,048
2,600
1,761
345
331
163

1,201
1,039
162
3,558
2,286
75
662
535
1,486
6,202
4,225
1,033
921
-4
27
1,133
707
152
91
464
762
9,166

-154
-154

2,607
1,787
524
296

1,875
1,756

753
47
82
624
1,002
1,150
288
276

493
493

5,016

119
1,008
1,008
141
108
4,908
4,101

977
2,899
647

1,318
214
70
364
41
93

728
81
81
158

44,827
-192

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

329

977
3,618
755
6,452
4,101
85
686
1,327
253
834

6
2
484
282
157
45

154

14
6

437
434
3
5,907
62,048
62,048

2,404
2,285

3,360
410
10
2

1,045
410
66
221
348
1,108
1,613
72
821
720

81,301
2,329

2,527
482
2,045
5,947
62,177
62,151

119
2,095
1,118

123
113
10

115
461
45
87
329
237

144,944
2,192

329
269
60
3,645
1,840
735
1,070
2,297
34,086
22,476
18,454
1,585
1,377
1,060
2,738
1,899
345
331
163

-118
-118

831
394
410
27
717
4,189

1,241
914
327

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Expenditures]

-228

150

3,902
508
6,425
4,248
11
643
1,261
262
726

Recreational and cultural activities

3,239

312
249

274
246
28

150

Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage

11,121
48
47

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

61
1,934
32
1,902

2,756
2,606

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation .
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other




69,459
2,397

2,330
427
1,903
5,591
51,135
51,107

Space

See footnote(s) at end of table.

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

-206

International affairs
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

Revenue sharing

Expenditures1

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

240
1,268
921
347

130
118
12

-57
-718
75
193
393
1,324
1,798
96
903
799

-197
"-197

173
1
36
136
162
4,211

3,436
3,003
433

4,129

125
67
-4

55
127
569
16
91
462
277

"70

27

240
9,166

55
53
2
245

1,006
83
83

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Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]

1967
Line
Expenditures1

Total i

1968

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enter-

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

165,234

92,847

52,189

15,912

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

2,084

2,215

-212
16
-248

81
76

International affairs
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

2,280
340
1,940

309
301
8

4,857

59,390

18,587

1,975
617
1,272
97
-11

-302
2
-319

109
99

1,965
33
1,932

2,289
442
1,847

414
410
4

359
288

76

"Z

99,164

1,782
718
953
107
4

73,426
73,426

364
288

Civilian safety
Police

""."...'..'.".

71

4,548

Correction
Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher......
General research and other

392
327

227
533

2,477

1,062

347

1,322
387
374

33,598
23,873
19,367
1,750
1,610
1,146
2,828
1,917
377
363
171
2,191
2,074

522
522

2,737
2,606

117
4,341
4,341

1,512

131
7,852
5,928

1,509
3,324
570

1,924
4,976
402

2,755
2,638
117
6,035
4,526

Medicaid

1,509
4,180
694

Welfare and social services
Other
Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other

182
182

615

7,387
4,526
310
769
1,533
249
1,091

noust no flrm community S&I^/ICGS
Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage

1,563

481
11
258
212

241
124

368

2
1,390

171

5,816
4,526
308
769
136
77

2,762
1,762
619
381

67

7,927
4,675
514
723
1,652
363

7
1

2,139
2,008

563
563

292
292

131
5,628
5,628

1,932

236
37

323
142

1,747

6,164
4,675
501
723
195
70

13
1,450
284

306

1,259
1,032
227

1,328
889
439

156
143
13

5,557
4,124
118
668
647

1,700
962
98
153
487

246
33

1,400
1,005
395

150
136
14

295
-333
87
153
388

170
2
13
50
105

1,379

192

6,160
4,020
1,128
956
-4

1,912
111
975

4,039
3,909

-212
...„„..„

3,250
2,774

476

65
148

1,082

876
1,963
96
1,014
832
15
6

4,512
4,312

920

166

85
85

811
270
113
428

263
260

564

469

204
148
60
•4

148

744
240
110
394

529
26
110
393

130
129
1

1,186
642
113
431

643

338

1,391

See footnote(s) at end of table.




9,845

9,845

-225
""-225
3,599
3,129
20
450

206

6,680
4,408
1,170
961
13
128

1,056

70

112
....
....

"243

28

78

11,306

200
'"151
51
-2

"i22
754

3

•••••••••••••«•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••<

Revenue sharing

1,924
4,417
223

351

252

Other
Net interest paid

45
45

625

1,311
I rflinino oroorcinis

7,180

1,165

1,204

Postal service

1,014

39,103
27,616
22,521
1,928
1,870
1,297
3,255
2,268
401
401
185

641
495
10
136

60

Economic development, regulation, and services ..
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance

333

1,100
403
384
4

2,597
47,383
28,019
22,905
1,932
1,870
1,312
3,397
2,410
401
401
185

1,571

Natural resources

1,250

1,068
5,970

3,726
2,443
100
679
504

Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources

-177
-177

3,115
1,895
476
744

771
74
214
483

1,338
1,141
197

Conservation and development of energy sources ..
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation

536
27
273
236

4,422
1,996
963
1,463

283

Recreational and cultural activities

322
295
27

71

40,890
24,260
19,741
1,750
1,610
1,159
2,966
2,055
377
363
171

Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).

26
1,843

79,128
78,440
75
630
-17

4,092
1,862
1,104
1,126

Health and hospitals

4,375

4,488

79,273
78,558
102
630
-17

327

257
26

-179
-179

'..'.

Transportation
Highways
Water
Air
Railroad
Transit

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

181,516

4,816

73,530
73,504

National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
'.'.'.
Foreign military assistance
Other
'.

.'.."!

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

20

Space

Fire

4,286

Expenditures1

11,306

112
112

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129

Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1970

Line
Expenditures'

Total 1
Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other
International affairs
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance
Space
National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance
Other
Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction
Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher.....
General research and other
Hodltn dlKi nOSpitdlS
Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other .
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other
Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other
Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage
Recreational and cultural activities
Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources ...
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation
Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other
Natural resources
Transportation
Highways
Water
Air
Railroad
Transit
Postal service
Economic development, regulation, and services ....
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other
Labor training and services
Training programs
Other

Net interest paid
Revenue snaring
See footnote(s) at end of table.




191,048
2,228
1,017
971
267
-27
2,280
507
1,773

3,899
79,122
78,443
82
621
-24
518
421
97
4,437
1,890
973
1,574
3,203
52,391
30,253
24,501
2,188
2,189
1,375
3,748
2,660
443
453
192

Purchases

100,534
2,494
926
1,365
233
-30
480
482
-2
3,837
78,942
78,289
56
621
-24
482
401

2,289
5,933
474
8,863
5,180
729
749
1,789
416
1,373

65,301
-391
-394

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

20,346
125
91

4,867

Expenditures'

62
375
349
26

516
516

3,641

-195
-195

-373

2,424
541
1,883

3
1,795
20
1,775

77,739

3,275
1,000
1,748
431
96

3,574
76,769
76,250
49
446
24
571
459

76,938
76,393
75
446
24
674
526

16

148
5,329
2,195
1,250
1,884

1,327

2,242
2,100

570
570

3,524
64,007
35,802
29,018
2,596
2,629
1,559
4,550
3,193
518
510
216
113
4,732
4,544

301
301

142
6,536
6,536

2,298

10,455
7,452

264
73

423
174

2,289
5,246
227

3,003
7,772
696

1,868

6,976
5,180
710
749
250
87

16
3

10,200
5,527
1,190
798
2,064
621

19
1,523
326

195

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

100,096

3,146
1,830
473
843

1,440
1,219
447
426

Purchases

208,494
3,154
1,138
1,374
545
97

602
26
312
264
436
42,783
29,806
24,075
2,182
2,189
1,360
3,602
2,514
443
453
192

81
689
34
188
467

2,848
2,706
142
9,135
6.846

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

1,014
728

164
1
163

112
849
21
252
576
1,709
1,372
441
416
7

-374

370

52

1,383
992
391

168
153
15

5,444
126
567
701
1,154
6,550
4,107
1,176
1,129
15
123
1,218
1,188
585
119
484
1,409

2,587
1,807
86
174
520
915
2,140
93
1,025
987
18
17
171
781
180
119
482
541

345
99
76
170
239
4,223
4,014
103

12,698

-303
••-303

3,895
3,538
40
317

182
146
39
-3

""106

377
12,698

330
328
2
491

1,047
77
77

6,212

i"
67
370
344
26

815
31
467
317
517
52,332

-201
-201

103
67
36
3,665
2,143
531
1,298
10,303

35,361
28,602
2,589
2,629
1,541
4,383
3,029
518
510
216
110
3,999
3,811

3
678
678

365
365

7,075
7,075

3,015
12

249
151

1,291
223

3,003
6,232
322

2,183

7,994
5,527
1,158
798
309
202

19
4

18
111
111

32
1,736
415

467
1,229
1,051
178

381
1,320
904
416

5,961
4,528
118
522
793
1,572
7,474
4,698
1,239
1,362
24
151
2,274
1,509
769
142
598
1,415

1,601
803
31
191
576
1,301
2,537
150
1,081
1,254
25
27
257
1,006
269
142
595
494

56
53

1,814
1,433
381
55
165
147
18

2,579

14,123

24,447
252
138

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

1,903
20
1,883

286

431
1,248
1,145
103

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

31
9

208
271
4,749

384
2
382

-256
•-256

3,960
3,627
87
246

183

4,548
77

"i24

'"i53
31
-1
2,017

383
14,123

378
375
3
538

125
125

130

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1971

Line
Expendituresl

Total 1

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

224,276

99,994

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

3,974
1,416
1,705
708
145

4,088
1,214
2,072
657
145

International affairs
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

2,823
620
2,203

Space

3,464

National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance
Other
Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction

74,266
73,646
73
525
22
850
670
180

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
General research and other

5,657
2,388
1,312
1,957

Health and hospitals

3,539

Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care
".'.
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other

76,732
41,488
33,651
3,004
3,055
1,778
5,766
3,929
600
596
250
391
6,605
5,682
664
259
11,683
8,236

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other

11,687
5,983
1,701
807
2,406
790

Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage
Recreational and cultural activities

3,447
10,579
611

548
1,193
1,043
150

Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other

5,577
3,849
230
531
967

Natural resources

1,775

Transportation
Highways
Water

8,231

"!""Z!Z!ZZ

Railroad . . . . . . . . . . . . " . .
Transit ...!.! '.
Postal service
Economic development, regulation, and services ...
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other
Labor training and services
Training programs
Other

Net interest paid

See footnote(s) at end of table.




593
5

3,398
74,059
73,465
47
525
22
652
552
100
914
82
226
606
1,612
1,445
471
445
7
19
154
147

390
390
291
94
2,496
39
2,021
436

89,244
-367

5,016
1,354
1,535
83
243
2,260
1,845
1,150
140
555
2,424

13,829

406
1,403
921
482
1,642
656
87
194
705
1,530
2,709
114
1,131
1,385
43
36
278
1,288
605
140
543
778

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

29,011

6,066

Expenditures'

249,344

-367

4,519
1,708
1,945
829
37

2,220
22
2,198

3,037
618
2,419

253
202

62,365
41,017
33,206
2,997
3,055
1,759
5,543
3,718
600
596
250
379
5,841
4,918
664
259
7,834
7,834

1,849
281

1,051

4,496

1,428

3,459
12

87,696
46,433
37,481
3,567
3,479
1,906
6,874
4,665
686
659
283
581
6,621
5,401
987
233
14,485
9,083

3,447
8,439
236

5,402
12,556
727

12,922

5
719
719

130
253
245
5,186
4,902
2
75

61
2
13,829

37,528
285
197

-355
•-355

3,458
3,063
143
252

64
364
337
27

-117
-117

342
206
136
134
535
327
510
69,186

4,436
2,840
593
1,003
1,519
16,588

459
459
441
136

2,151
335

5,402
9,964
256

2,886

10,210
6,412
2,198
817
417
366

24
3

647
1,348
1,203
145

492
1,564
1,054
510

6,499

1,479
535
63
226
655
1,773
3,081
173
1,271
1,497
22
118
358
1,507
716
153
638
904

4,804
213
562
920

31
3

1,982
139
139

7,554
-4
-4

48

45,808
36,884
3,559
3,479
1,886
6,598
4,418
686
659
283
552
5,687
4,467
987
233
8,607
8,607

2,060

216
75
40

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enter-

-31
2,388
17
2,371

20
203
179

30
2,348
508

4,818
1,499
1,717
156
466
1,824
2,197
1,382
153

3,289
14,416
2,617

5
876
876

5,419
17

43

2,558
1,885
673
112
176
149
27

1,606
507
1,099

664
319

618

5
654

207
418
406
12
1,025

130
925
94
151
680
2,467
1,922
625
597

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

13,121
6,412
2,228
817
2,789
875
4,782

64

9,166
5,983
1,662
807
363
351

63

'"^403

758

6,357
3,068
1,279
2,010

3,909
2.264
594

2,284
1,674
610
79
145
122
23

596

-434

3,289
77,436
77,078
49
480
-171

266

80

499

106,857
4,672
1,515
2,348
741
68

1,230
964

-148
-148

118

834
42
492
300

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

77,683
77,298
76
480
-171

3,353
355
329
26

3,641

Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources ..
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation

Air

1972
Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

4,348
3,950
150
248

257
287
5,163
4,645
4
161
5
348

560

496
472
24
1,825

14,416
2,617

-392

407
219
59
129
1,466
194
194

131

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1974

1973

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Line
Expenditures'

Total 1
Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other
International affairs
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance
Space
National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance
Other
Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction
Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher.....
General research and other
Health and hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other
'.
".
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other
Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other
Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage
Recreational and cultural activities
Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources ...
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation
Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other
Natural resources
I | T ^ I n s p o n f l \ i o n ••

••••••••*••••••••••••••••

••••••••••••••••••••••••••

Highways
Water...
Air
Railroad
Transit '.
Postal service
Economic development, regulation, and services ....
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other
Labor training and services
Training programs
Other

Net interest paid
Revenue sharing
See footnote(s) at end of table.




270,278
4,985
1,778
2,179
1,004
24
2,837
623
2,214
3,044
77,741
77,106
74
1,046
-485
1,474
1,134
340
5,806
2,701
1,201
1,904
5,716
97,895
56,593
46,036
4,356
3,963
2,238
8,824
5,850
806
704
364
1,100
5,196
4,842
155
199
14,843
10,248
4,595
11,340
1,099
14,248
6,564
2,849
843
3,192
800
5,116
2,341
1,936
839
725
1,214
1,127
87
5,497
3,503
329
451
1,214
1,928
8,753
4,510
1,639
1,866
174
564
2,696
2,417
1,413
146
858
3,124
18,019
7,051

Purchases

108,537
5,035
1,580
2,557
883
15

114,242
-368
1
-378

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

40,563
323
202
11
2

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enter-

6,944
-5
-5

2,177
18
2,159
2,981
77,466
76,860
45
1,046
-485
1,004
849
155
964
85
218
661
2,947
1,992
602
577
7
18
137
103

519
519
393
300
3,307
19

63
408
379
29

916
97
539
280
81,338
55,991
45,459
4,349
3,963
2,220
8,565
5,631
806
704
364
1,060
4,387
4,033
155
199
9,712
9,712
2,325
358
10,912
6,564
2,830
843
473
202

-133
-133

470
285
185
3,926
2,519
444
963
2,070
14,565

122
116

6
768
768

4,612
17
4,595
8,622
441

27
4
2,800
1,960
1

-2
1,608
239
1,369

534
1,426
969
457

125
187
158
29

-399

1,459
397
91
222
749
1,627
3,329
177
1,373
1,598
51
130
560
1,743
760
146
837
847

943
348
38
101
456
301
4,968
4,333
4
208

"2"692
596
708
142
566

423

469

517
496
21
1,808

18,019
7,051

-399
3,086
2,758
200
128

41
5
257
60
123
11
2,136
157
157

ExpendituresJ

305,615
6,088
2,354
2,417
1,067
250
3,702
764
2,938
3,343
82,864
83,447
79
890
-1,552
1,697
1,140
557
6,870
3,491
1,324
2,055
5,994
119,745
64,612
51,957
5,387
4,833
2,435
10,402
7,185
1,034
789
404
990
7,726
6,966
539
221
19,620
13,168
6,452
16,267
1,118
15,982
7,220
3,387
881
3,621
873
6,413
2,080
2,348
1,985
997
2,365
1,485
869
11
3,046
1,016
387
586
1,057
2,275
9,836
4,970
1,814
2,057
267
728
2,663
1,707
1,104
200
403
2,715
20,677
6,156

Purchases

117,572
6,125
2,120
2.784
946
275
769
741
28
3,278
82,615
83,232
45
890
-1,552
1,121
870
251
764
210
68
2,890
2,992
712
695
17
228
198

614
614
991
405
3,733
26
3,087
620
628
210
418

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

138,905
-391
1
-367

43,940
362
241
11
2

2,883
19
2,864

1,141
92
748
301
631
101,148
63,900
51,262
5,387
4,833
2,418
10,003
6,818
1,034
789
399
963
6,791
6,031
539
221
12,536
12,536
7,520
398
12,209
7,220
3,361
881
498
249

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

4,718
-8
-8

46
"46
407
373
34

19
3
2,750
1,332
1,407
11
1,478
322
135
261
760
1,879
3,649
234
1,596
1,690
62
67
687
936
354
200
382
597

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

-158
-158

574
268
306
4,965
3,189
508
1,268
2,473
15,605

171
169

6,470
18
6,452
7,756
315
43

36
7
3,815
1,830
1,985
177
187
153
34
807
391
28
103
285
396
5,687
4,736
5
301
645
548
527

449
20,677
6,156

1,970
40
1,930

-572
"-572
749
303
224
222

495
208
66
205
16
1,976
223
223

132

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1975

Line
Expenditures'

Total 1

364,223

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

6,301
2,211
2,287
1,170
633

iroemaiionai anairs
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

3,940

Space

3,626

National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance
Other
Civilian safety
Police ..
Fire
Correction

816
3,124

89,522
87
559
-275

."

"...

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
General research and other
Health and hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other
...
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other

1,941
1,339
6

596
4,080
1,862
2,146
6,516
153,529
74,172
58,811
6,545
5,899
2,917
12,332
8,709
1,343
878
407

23,913
16,254
7,659
21,526
2,704

Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development

7,627
2,721
2,444
2,462
1,033
3,506
2,215
1,165
126
3,960
1,596
547
633
1,184
2,656
12,028
5,980
1,921
2,144
776
1,207

Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources ...
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation
Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other
Natural resources
Transportation
Highways

Water
Air
Railroad
Transit
Postal service
Economic development, regulation, and services ....
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other
Labor training and services
Training programs
Other
Net interest paid
Revenue sharing

See footnote(s) at end of table.




47
559
-275
1,285
1,012
6
267
961
265
153
543
3,342
3,056
747
717
30
244
204

995

19,343
7,911
5,130
920
4,215
1,167

Water and sewerage

129,403
6,291
2,064
2,758
1,026
443
782
795
-13
3,551
89,617

18,882
13,109
5,328
445

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other

Recreational and cultural activities

Purchases

3,993
1,959
1,232
252
475
5,253
22,979
6,152

703
703
989
338
4,323
25
1
3,664
633
607
268
339
772
3,839
1,941
1,772
126
2,237
939
148
303
847
2,287
3,891
264
1,689
1,774
100
64
792
1,136
409
252
475
632

1976

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

173,248
-416
1
-471

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

54,558
418
138

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

7,114

144
136

3,169
21
3,148

-11
-11

75
430
390
40

1,583
155
1,246
182
584
130,012
73,425
58,094
6,545
5,899
2,887
11,872
8,289
1,343
878
399
963
17,659
11,886
5,328
445
15,531
15,531
9,349
2,176
14,971
7,911
5,105
919
511
525
136
136

16

652
323
329
5,544
3,660
463
1,421
2,590
20,461

392,727
6,692
2,714
2,142
1,331
505
4,252
821
3,431
3,740
93,709
93,533
76
252
-152
2,064
1,409
9
646
7,506
3,172
2,496
1,838
6,846

169,370

7,679
20

83,257
65,921
7,437
6,717
3,182
14,298
10,337
1,607
928
420
1,006
17,342
10,604
6,044
694
28,463
19,233

7,659
11,188
190

9,230
23,746
2,264

216
216

1,188
1,188

40
11
4,709
2,247
2,462
170
317
274
43
575
77
62
115
321
369
6^57
5,716
5
316
1
919
583
583

114

-154
-154

Expenditures'

4,507

22,979
6,150

20,002
8,575
4,380
970
4,673
1,404

2,175
70
2,105

-650
-650
1,132
580
337
215

1,175
222
54
675
224
3,201
240
240

9,046
3,427
2,645
2,974
1,271
4,029
2,690
1,130
209
4,100
1,406
688
671
1,335
2,817
12,986
6,369
2,032
2,195
693
1,697
2,207
2,040
1,226
280
534
6,344
2,673
3,671
26329
6,977

Purchases

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

135,768
6,613
2,218
2,856
1,177
362
775
791
-16
3,667
93,415
93,273
42
252
-152
1,444
1,146

189,780
-574
2
-714

953
287
156
510
3,515
3,579
760
735

2,006
143
1,692
171
600
141,880
82,497
65,186
7,437
6,717
3,157
13,820
9,882
1,607
928
417
986
15,950
9,212
6,044
694
18,366
18,366

25
241
218

845
845
1,337
346
4,908
1
4,114
764
456
259
197
851
4,379
2,356
1,814
209
2,228
800
152
322
954
2,246
4,159
280
1,777
1,936
104
62
561
1,258
444
280
534
759
375
384

138
3,492
30
3,462

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

61,101
650
491
154
5

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

6,178
3
3

-15
"-15
73
435
34

9,700
1,547
15,014
8,575
4,351
969
511
608
113
113
234

-175
-175

616
259
357
4,547
2,742
648
1,157
2,731
23,911

237
237

1,342
1,342
9,252
22
9,230
12,709
371

48
33
5,909
2,935

2,568
120
2,448

2,974
186
-745
334
61

25

25

71
92
120
356
497
7,408
6,089
5
194
9
1,111
581
581

152
152

5,433
2,146
3,287

26,829
6,975

"-745
1,208
535
444
229
74
1,414
245
65
580
524
1,646
201
201

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

13.5

Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1977

Line
Expenditures*

Total 1

Purchases

1978

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

Expenditures1

Purchases

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

426,372

147,888

202,639

67,536

8,409

469,333

162^02

220,768

77261

9,198

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

6,784
2,303
2,459
1,506
516

7,175
2,164
3,186
1,391
434

-665
-15
-727

275
155

-1
-1

7,519
2,666
2,554
1,651
648

7,747
2,210
3,508
1,506
523

-848

618
454

2
2

International affairs
Conduct of foreign
Foreign economic assistance ..

4,214
1,020
3,194

987

3,221
28
3,193

4,640
1,062
3,578

1,035
1,035

115
5

3,841

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction

72

100,877
100,732
46
208
-109

655
619
36

2,138
1,472
15
651

National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance
Other

3,769

101,385
101,204
82
208
-109

Space

1,569
1,231
15
323

565
237

145
19

3,649
27
3,622

3,997

3,923
108,896
108,811
43
95
-53

739
694
45

2,125
1,558
13
554

1,703
1,333
13
357

419
222

9,963
4,434
3,269
2,260

1,026
280
170
576

2,862
154
2,495
213

7,825

4^65

634

4,377
891
872

10,165
24

197,311
101,877
80,581
9,377
8,356
3,563
17,583
12,886
2,130
1,029
471
1,067
11,549
9,459
849
1,241
36,839
25,821

944
944

164,384
100,986
79,709
9,377
8,356
3,544
17,017
12,346
2,130
1,029
468
1,044
10,015
7,925
849
1,241
24,851
24,851

10,141
13,584
275

11,018
27,166
2,297

1,750
459

9,960
1,555

11,018
15,456
283

20,605
9,851
2,879
1,038
5,717
1,120

5,899

14,613
9,851
2,846
1,037
602
277

59
39

10,344
3,653
3,456
3,235

384
387
-3

140
140

6241
3,006

3,464
188

1,535

1,041

239

383
312
71

3,975
3,038
2,026

298
159
537

2,544
154
2,212
178

Health and hospitals

7,085

3,662

619

182,577
92,456
73,316
8,273
7,472
3,395
16,177

4,082
809
772

7,294
5,534
1,477
283

7,783
5,130
2,370
283

404
85

7,027
3,757
982
809
1,479

2,882
1,167
268
375
1,072

728
31
208
123
366

5,501
3,523
667
1,311
2,804

1,868
978
455
988
14,373
10,126
3,637
610
32,584
22,443

715
715

152,704
91,647
72,544
8,273
7,472
3,358
15,586
11,313
1,868
978
450
977
12,823
8,576
3,637
610
21,704
21,704

10,141
24,615
2,372

1,657
527

9,374
1,570
14,496
9,320
3,169
987
550
470

95

6,483
3,019

37
331
315

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other

19,920
9,320
3^02
988
5,175
1,235

5,333

Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage

10,107
3,549
3,094
3,464

533
312
221

149
149

Recreational and cultural activities

1,322

944

190

Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources ...
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation

5,163
3,525
1,404
234

5,619
3,213
2,172
234

Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other

5,319
2,351
797
794
1,377

2,415
851
219
339
1,006

33
1
4,564
735

30

25,791

260
260

1,507
1,507

61
34

586
2
122
121
341

-4
2,942
69
2,873

-839
2,288
1,498
456
334

19
279
253

33
1
5,056

-204
-204

197
6,075
4,000
604
1,471
2,926
28,550

287
287

1,480
1,480

11,044
26

3,579
120
3,459

3235
255
-978
•-978
3,376
2,559
506
311

3,404

N3%ui*3i resources
67

Transportation
Hiahwavs

W t r ^ZIIZZZZZl.ZJ.
ae

Air
Railroad!..!.......
Transit

106

109,431
109,301
88
95
-53

-147
-147

328

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
General research and other

Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other
Unemployment insurance
Regular
. . . .
Extended
Other
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other

-954

!

!!! !!.

!

2,579

714

111

3,832

3,022

759

51

13,964
6,143
2,287
2,541
1,141
1,852

4,615
246
1,999
2,079
230
61

7,538
5,895
7
387
27
1,222

1,803

5,159
254
2,277
2,239
332
57

8,542
6,309
6
595
38
1,594

1,853

275
75
884
569

15,560
6,563
2,577
2,896
1,183
2,341

2,062

1,776

372

188

5,618
4,614
333
671

1,505
501
333
671

10,705
4,223
6,482

1,176
646
530

Postal service

2,455

393

Economic development, regulation, and services ....
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other

3,087
2,162
312
613

1,421
496
312
613

Labor training and services
Training programs
Other

7,233
2,906
4,327

916
366
550

Net interest paid

29,084

Revenue sharing

8,351

See footnote(s) at end of table.




1,478
1,478

255
255

6,062
2^85
3,777

29,084

34,599
8,346

7,723

62
813
1,404

3,949
3,949

446
446

3.131
5,952

34,599
7,716

164
164

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NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1979

Line
Expenditures1

Total 1

Purchases

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

ExpendituresJ

520,348

179,329

251,798

80,510

8,665

613,081

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

8,127
3,305

8,861
3,053
3,532
1,632
644

-1,155
-16
-1,140

415
262

6
6

9,248
4,073
2,262
1,916

International affairs
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

5,379

1,411
1,424
-13

4,055
26
4,029

2,392
1,767
663

1,450
3,929

Space

4,338

Health and hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other

4,453

221,684
114,849

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
General research and other

1,127
305
208
614

8,042

Fire
Correction

1,858
1,439
32
387

11,911
5,254
4,156
2,501

Police

121,871
121,378
57
483
-47

2,262
1,650
32
580

Civilian safety

4,649
903
873

90,677

997
-87

85

4,253

122,476
121,942
98
483
-47

National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance
Other

1

135
18

798
41

5,127
-234
-234

401
208

3,140
245

7,225
4,775
808

13,982
5,738
5,516
2,728

1,642

9,425

2,896
186,281
113,946

266,778
133,296

30,754

105,066

30,218

952
952

10,807
9,499
3,836
19,283
13,523
2,416
1,104
506
1,734
10,054
8,879
221
954
29,238
29,238

12,852
29,599
2,533

1,875
546

12,194
1,566

9,499
3,866
19,918

14,125
2,416

30
324
291

1,104
510

1,763
11,715

10,540
221

954
43,070

15,911
3,035

12,880
28

50,965
36,705

421

14,260
35,941
3,665
23,155
11,536
2,097
1,230
7,012
1,280

15,530

6,292

286

60
51

Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage

12,813

198
405
-207

158
158

7,821
3,783

205

4,636
348
4,288

4,038
279

Recreational and cultural activities

1,533

1,049

Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources .
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation

6,521
5,129
1,060
332

7,063
4,599
2,132
332

Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other

5,805
2,178
1,258

3,123

1,579

1,132

290
123
395

Natural resources

4,719

3,822

844

53

18,023
8,175
2,956
2,889
1,332
2,671

5,705
270
2,685
2,311
373

10,197

2,105

Transportation
Highways
Water
Air
Railroad'"!!!!!.!!!!!....!!
Transit

790

!

Postal service

3,860

-1,176

530
104

-1,176

7,896
4
517
60

1,720

1,696

Economic development, regulation, and services .
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other

634

1,249
306
436

2,637
351
872
10,508
4,701
5,807

Labor training and services
Training programs
Other

42,057

Net interest paid
Revenue sharing

See footnote(s) at end of table.




82

6363

1,822
929
662
231

260
61
899
885
1,303

1,881

1,737
515
351
871
1,458
774

587
587

33
332
297

1,794
20,357
15,782
1,595
2,980

1,612
1,612

21,685
10,788
2,467
1,087
6,170
1,173

4,694
4,081
4,038

5,413
5,401
924

1,245
569

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other

693

1,570
44
385
1,273
362
222

11,126

4,313
22,554

311
311

12,852

33
1
5,417
841

209,125
10,260
3,762
3,830
1,791
877
1,417
1,421
-4
5,009
142,697
141,999
110
627
-39

12,791

15,287
10,788
2,434
1,086

10,807

143,435
142,692
155
627
-39
2,373
1,765
44
564

193

3,559
174

6,680
1,453
5,227

Purchases

8,463

3,340
5,123

42,057

6,857

242
242

14,474
5,208
4,968
4,298
1,761
6,829
4,732
1,399
698
7,797
3,959
1,338
820
1,680
5,160
21,071
9,668
3,286
3,243
1,343
3,531
2,684
3,870
1,932
395
1,543
9,719
5,576
4,143
52,689
6,824

1,093
1,093
2,224
779
7,104
36
1
6,177
890
258
361
-103

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

304,652
-1,485
-16
-1,568
99
5,279
32
5,247

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

88,678
322

15,104
2,173
15,947
11,536
2,061
1,229
769
352
167
167

1,074
7,349
3,890
2,761

312
2
2

4,935
2,903
346
495
1,191
4,155
6,329
282
3,013
2,580
368
86
412
2,374
438
395
1,541
1,659
904
755

59

59

-16

"Z'i'i
-272
-272

371
192
179
7,880
5,238
889
1,753
3,254
35,961

360
360

1,985
1,985

14,290
30
14,260
18,613
713
109

43
8,836
4,538
4,298
375
961
840
121
810
305
75
430
995
12,092
9,374
2
585
53
2,078
1,221
1,219

660

10,626
5
5

125
21

118
1,010
965
45

4,829
138
4,405
286
758
225,416
132,372
104,175
12,791
11,126
4,280
21,862
15,254
3,035
1,245
564
1,764
18,323
13,748
1,595
2,980
35,582
35,582

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

7,400
4,012
3,388

52,689
6,817

5,213
142
5,071

-1,483
-1,483
1,993
1,056
687
250
10
2,634
267
78
922
1,367
2,272
275
275

135

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1982

1981
Line
Expendituresl

Total 1 ...

Purchases

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

Expenditures!

Purchases

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

697,801

240,785

358,848

87,893

10,334

770,871

266,551

407,195

83,856

13,265

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

9,435
3,797
2,591
1,924
1,123

10,526
3,441
4,108
1,892
1,085

-1,516

419
363

6
6

10,386
4,283
2,939

11,066
3,657

-1,417
-27
-1,372

738
654

-1
-1

International affairs
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

6,454
1,444
5,010

1,394
1,409
-15

5,079
35
5,044

-13
-1,517

946

'-19

5,746

5,614

132

167,455

1,143

166,675
86
679
15

1,085
58

2,311

1,783
19
509

2,043
1,647
19
377

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
General research and other

15,175
5,671
6,702
2,802

1,446
322
220
904

5,784

Health and hospitals

10,061

303,959

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction

Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other

155,851
123,622
14,891
12,577

4,761
25,107
17,673
3,676
1,335
630
1,793
18,821
15,857
1,330
1,634
61,727

7,971
1,701
6,270

1,664
1,666
-2

2,218
-19

168,316
167,478
144
679
15

National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance .
Other

4,311
2,181
917

-18

-8

6,315
35
6,280

"-8

5,945

5,818

127

194,678
193,866
148
585
79

193,828
193,123
41
585
79

1,169
1,062
107

266

2,292

134

2,170
1,733
18
419

121
5

132

1,739
18
535
14,258
5,549
5,782
2,927

1,438
320
218
900

5,362

291

7,945
5,209
1,129
1,607

5,924

715

3,422

5,507

587

5,360
950
914

258,671
154,901
122,708
14,891

39,928

339,556

5,307
1,095
1,059

462
462

174,019
138,585
16,388
13,822
5,224
25,802
18,157

36
359
304

140
5,353

-282
-282

16,907
3,676

121
4,863
378

1,217
1,217

293,408
172,924
137,526
16,388
13,822
5,188
24,818
17,240
3,910
1,367
621
1,680
25,374
20,959
3,538
877
50,820
50,820

36
420
353

3,910

1,335
625
1,743

16,721
13,757

116

1,367
626
1,742
27,520
23,105
3,538
877
69,940
52,080

12,577
4,725
24,286

2,050
2,050

1,330
1,634

17,164
36

-319
-319

7,458
5,108
701

1,649
3,266
40,841

564
564

2,097
2,097

1,253
1,253

43,310
43,310

17,128
38,586
3,867

2,058

17,232
2,221

19,296
956

17,860
38,637
3,638

1,904
622

17,310
2,162

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation .
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other

24,963

7,701

17,164

102

26,253

8,492

12,694
1,940
1,323

6,705
954

897
310

17,664
13,493
1,605
1,374
1,114
78

102

41
1

Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development .
Housing
Water and sewerage

14,975
5,041
6,167
3,767

390
476

163

96
96

7,482
4,082

1,895

1,140

408

10,867

11,135
8,004
2,420
711

1,126
982
144

-1,394

6,931

-i"394

5,696
469
766

783

800

4,946
2,689
379
498

2,450
1,293
938
219

1,889

1,380

Recreational and cultural activities .
Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources ...
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation
Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income ....
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other

44,599

12,694
1,981
1,324
7,677
1,287

8,986
1,170
711

8,233
3,982
1,562

17,128

13,493
1,641
1,375
8,547
1,197
8,219
4,452
3,767

163

15,454
4,535
7,519
3,400

347

36
1
7,353
1,102

1,633

245
83
455

6,203
-50
6,253

12,023
7,165
2,176
823
1,859

99

394
-295

17,903
43
17,860
19,423
854

7,777
-37
7,814

3,400

264
7,606
4,925

271
935
771
164

1,915
766

-1,610
""—i"6ib

4,332
2,598

6,909
4,567
498
503

181
81
472

1,341

1,495
239

6,001

4,871

1,126

4

5,886

4,669

1,210

7

Transportation
Highways
Water
Air
Railroad
Transit

20,759

6,739

2,314

311
3,257
2,675

417
79

49
2,719

829
1,021

20,280
8,316
3,856
3,040
1,255
3,813

6,959
279
3,545
2,655
407
73

11,021
8,033
2
321
61
2,604

2,293

8,874
3,618
3,153
1,295
3,819

11,695
8,555
1
371

Postal service

1,344

490

854

1,084

484

Economic development, regulation, and services .
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other

3,006
1,527
362

1,981
504
362
1,115

202
202

2,837
1,401

1,965
530

349

349

Labor training and services .
Training programs
Other

8,066

Natural resources

1,117
5,281
2,785

Net interest paid .

71,711

Revenue sharing .

4,583

See footnote(s) at end of table.




1,624
862
762

823
821

357
107

1,087
602
602

5,840

3,817
2,023

1,466

84,397

71,711
4,577

4,580

717
749

1,136
600

670

199

199

1,086

5,063
3,987
1,076

306
64
787

460
460

3,137
2,810
327

84,397
4,574

136

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1983

1984

Line
Expenditures'

Total 1

Purchases

ments and net
interest paid

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enter-

Expenditures*

840,011

291,971

440,216

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other
..

4,336
3,423
2,343

11,343
3,580
4,634
2,325

-1,189
-31
-1,211

International affairs
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

8,723
1,812
6,911

1,793

1,776
17

Space

6,977

6,859

118

215,338
214,977
151
180
30

214,439
214,124
105
180
30

1,237
1,191
46

2,572
2,016
31
525

2,498
2,014
31
453

14,503

4,749
6,964
2,790

1,470
362
235
873

9,195

5,598

559

3,038

10,187

365,021

5,408
1,101
1,067

315,854
185,523
148,126
17,573

43,759

372,840
195,376
157,513

34
395
356

5,118
25,523
17,410
4,074
1,383

636
636

26,413

National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance
Other
Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction
Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
General research and other
Health and hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other

86,979

20,400

892,654

783

4
4

11,592
4,253
3,669
2,417
1,253

6,950

-20

36
6,914

...„„„

11,343
2,118
9,225

891

186,624
149,193
17,573
14,706

5,152
26,554
18,402
4,074

19,061
41,782
3,616

236
30
72
6,254
129
5,727
398

932
1,724
26,346

6,515
6,489
2,772

13,904
5,470
18,741
4,069
1,209
676
1,718
18,269
15,509
2,324

2,347
2,347

84,791
64,188

1,825
665

19,001
2,227

19,061
20,956
724

20,603
44,238
3,753

18,092
13,872
1,363
1,397
1,275
185

90
20

6,727
3,924

41
361
-320

16
16

1,044

425

27
8,038
1,179

5,939
5,646
-525
818

8,831
224
8,607

214

1,174

8,754
6,165
720
512

1,418
818

-2,110

1,007
167

6,875
4,639

"-2,'iio

717

10,354
8,357
1.769
228

1,887

Transportation
Highways

'.Z'.Z

.

Air
Railroad
Transit

1,357

143
79
495

6,342

Natural resources

5,081

1,259

2

22,294
9,435
4,060
3,528
1,480
3,791

7,302
247
3,762
2,915
326
52

12,575

2,413

619

9,187
7
575
38
2,768

1,912
2,784
1,262
358
1,164

2,115
595
358
1,162

Labor training and services
Training programs
Other

5,020
3,912
1,108

1,420
633
787

Net interest paid

92,732

Revenue sharing

4,615

See footnote(s) at end of table.




38
1,116
971

1,232

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Economic development, regulation, and services ....
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance

617

464
464

310,859
12,252
3,767
4,973
2,405
1,107
2,180
2,081
99
6,983
233,102
232,630
211
153
108
2,838
2,289
30
519
1,729
412
257
1,060
6,294
5,801
1,142
1,102
40
410
367

436

"2,'8(J3

19,867

Other

Water

4,258
1,002
1,519

19,096
35

15,615

14,522
2,639
819

15,776

1,376
1,376

Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage

Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources

594

6,779

18,401
7,203
742
57,234
57,234

9,245

Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources ...
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation

in
2,920

27,441
13,872
1,390
1,398
9,403
1,378

Recreational and cultural activities

234,230
233,692
153
108

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other

4,525
8,287
2,803

-338
-338

14,706

1,383
938
1,757
28,739
20,794
7,203
742
77,706
58,645

7,131

Purchases

3,136
2,815
321

92,732
4,609

38
38

28,134
13,920
1,130
1,446
10,311
1,327
17,079
4,703
9,590
2,786
1,926
5,310
5,857
-1,378
831
16,247
10,225
2,652
872
2,498
6,166
24,637
11,545
4,315
3,862
1,208
3,707
2,586
2,643
1,152
375
1,116
4,453
3,474
979
113,099
4,575

1,544
1,544
1,947
687
10,037
28
1
8,830
1,178
305
372
-67
1,107
6,533
4,783
919
831
5,008
1,784
765
562
1,897
4,646
7,774
302
3,926
3,153
332
61
902
2,088
598
375
1,115
1,273
610
663

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

466,789
-1,241
-37
-1,304

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

94,386
587
529

100
9,182
37
9,145

19,504
2,281
17,972
13,920
1,102
1,445
1,368
137
16
16

20,840
•6
-6

-19
-19
148
1,487
1,421

6,239
215
5,493
531
565
319,923
194,234
156,411
18,489
13,904
5,430
25,366
17,737
4,069
1,209
671
1,680
15,894
13,134
2,324
436
62,644
62,644

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

-359
-359

75
7,808
5,888
739
1,181
3,328
47,116

637
637

2,304
2,304
20,603
20,603
22,787
785
131

113
18
7,064
4,278
2,786

9,694
37
9,657

520
1,261
1,074
187
787

25

122
89
576
1,519
14,949
11,240
11
694
31
2,973
547
546

474
474

2,706
2,390
316

113,099
4,568

-2,484
"-2"484
10,419
8,441
1,757
221
1
1,908
375
15
845
673
1,684

137

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.16.—-Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1985

Une

Expenditures1

Total 1

Purchases

1986

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enter-

Expenditures'

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

344,279

505,249

100,275

19,902

1,028,203

367,750

529,465

107,637

23,351

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other
..

12,178
4,680
3,541
2,701
1,256

13,532
4,176
5,480
2,688
1,188

-1,984
-50
-1,939

635
559

-5
-5

14,324
3,795
4,040
2,707
3,782

13,231
3,614
5,753
2,689
1,175

-1,605
-44
-1,713

2,705
232

-7
-7

International affairs
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

14,274
2,465
11,809

2,454
2,405
49

11,842
60
11,782

14,921
2,835
12,086

2,735
2,778
-43

12^12
57
12,155

Space

7,520

258,569
258,173
235
46
115

3,151

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction

3,047
2,532
35
480

2,551
35
565

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher......
General research and other

121

7,399

259,958
259,467
330
46
115

National defense
Military activities
Civil defense .
Foreign military assistance
Other

-22
"I22

1,585
95

127

276,687
276^01
245
96
145

1,858

3,331
2,635
32
664

153
38

17,042

6,499
6,937
3,606

85

7,113

278,203
277,627
335
96
145

1,725
328
285
1,112

1,614
334
282

10,519

Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
. .
Other
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other

6,516

612

3,391

11,292

5,950
1,043
999

341,897

50,140

207,114

5,747
1,025
973

44
372
333

420,780
218,928
176,170
20,767
16,254
5,737

26,512

4,132
1,385
693
1,684
18236
17,015
798
423

95,194

8,554
5,953
1,055
1,546

165,770
19,852
15,932
5,560

28,566
684

20,738
4,068
1,375

2,369
2,369

709
1,676

1,870
1,870

70,125
70,125

23,199
45,343
3,489

1,894
678

20,070
2,302
18,448
14,239
914

28,724
14,239
942
1,594
10,671
1,278

10,136

Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage

18,628
4,514
11,181
2,933

688
368
320

83

326

28
1
8,981
1,126

1,593
1,567
135
16
67

360,758

54,275

2,499
2,499

20,634
2,731

25,555
24,839
629

146

29,651
14,382
712
1,702
11,271
1,584

10,739

18,753

165

7,247
4,114
200
2,933

10,610
16
10,594

"-3"b82

8,824

851

9,396

193
-3,082

1

14,382
703
1,701

9,316
1,413

1,825
142

130
35

1,003
336
667

319

7,544
3,658
906
2,980

1,126

472

4,604
4,344
-515
775

6,162

3,920
11,781
2,980

28,946
22,765
2,916
848

18
301

3293
2,094
775

1,994
246

13,467
10,546
640
570
1,711

6,273

4,815

17,030
13,449
22
901

5,131

1,398

2

26,521

8,050
265
3,905
3,607
222

16,548
13,212

1,920

14

341

797
32
2,493

13
714
852

13,740
3,980
4,727
893
3,320

Postal service

2,461

1,085

1,376

1,935

2,727
1,148
384
1,195

2,172
595

4
4

2,525
1,063
380
1,082

2,062
602
380

Labor training and services
Training programs
Other

4,729
3,704
1,025

1,416

4,875
3,860
1,015

1,396
614
782

14,516
12,219

157
93
678

1,335

Economic development, regulation, and services ....
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other

,.

13,477
4,263
4,417
968
3,396

Net interest paid

126,998

Revenue sharing

4,570

See footnote(s) at end of table.




51

551

549

384
1,193

620
796

481
481

2,832
2,603
229

131,018

126,998

4,563

-2,832
-2"832

1,456

7,997
291
3,672
3,824
166
44

6^31

Transportation
Highways
Water
""
Air
Railroad
Transit

Natural resources

9,815
-92
9,907

154
1,274
1,051
223

2,417

7,156
166
93
592

25,555

1,752

123
23

1,322
1,100
222

26

753
753

1,813
637

1,133

1,784

5,685
27,448
19,661
4,068
1,375
703
1,641
16,489
15,833

25,555
47,286
3,997

6,556
4,375
1,332

5,659
797
584

217,903
175,197
20,767
16,254

23,199
23,379
509

4,796
5,475
-1,528
849

2,964
923
2,402

3,539

1,812
1,812

23,199

19,104
12,815

Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other
„

8,956
5,953
1,104
1,899

126
530
75,553
75,553

1,652

Conservation and development of energy sources ...
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation

-342
-342

115

6,361
218
5,548
595

18,427
126
530
102,920
77,365

798
423

71,995

52
365
324

19,083

1,651
15,774
14,553

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other

Recreational and cultural activities

1,768
90

7,073

397,987
208,157
166,769
19,852
15,932
5,604
27,568
19,674

18,657
4,132
1,385
687

-26
•-26

3,485
2,674
32
779

103
18

6,509
185
5,819
505

18
2,455

7,240
-291
-291

16,677
6,472
7,156
3,049

Health and hospitals

152

3,996

21
2,637

463
461

459

3,020
2,787
233

131,018

3,990

2,112
185

1,631
284
2
706
639

138

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1987

Line
Expenditures1

Total 1

Purchases

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

Expenditures*

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

1,065,565

384,927

548,737

102,847

29,054

1,108,956

387,026

582,270

111,262

28,398

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

14,131
4,831
4,401
3,056
1,843

15,214

-2,036
-28
-2,040

964
630
20
314

-11
-11

15,116

16,420

4,729
4,809
3,319
2,259

3,902
7,367
3,282
1,869

-2,398
-12
-2,558

1,105
850
37
218

-11
-11

International affairs
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

13,569
2,901
10,668

2,808

10,789

-28

14,191

2,827
-19

74
10,715

-28

3,193
10,998

3,058
3,118
-60

8,124

7,958

9,329

9,155

174

293,624
293,438
254
52
-120

292,052
291,934

297,140

295,578
295,235
236

1,908
1,825
83

4,046

3,846
3,085
25
736

Space
National defense
Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance
Other
Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction

3,181
25
840

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
General research and other
Health and hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad

Other

ZIZZZZZZZIZZZZZ

Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other

16
6
1,906
1,838

-334
-334

186
52
-120

296,714
319
90
17

172

75
11,087

-29

-346
-346

90
17

5,079

4,786

292

95

3,983
40

148

104

1,056

3,834
40
912

8,486
5,464
1,009
2,013

18,711
7,327
7,507
3,877

1,848

6,967

395
276

201
6,168
598

1,827

6,565

413
304
1,110

211
5,706
648

12,564

8,015

717

3,832

14,140

9,051

792

4,297

438,748
228,265
183,014
22,675
16,725
5,851

5,899

376,042
227,128
181,932
22,675
16,725

56,807

467,625
243,472
194,863
24,714

62,270

1,160
1,103

398,927
242,312
193,760
24,714

17,836
6,059
30,805
22,660
4,394

57
406
368

29,491
21,433
4,281
1,415
723

1,137
1,082

55
401
361

5,796
28,339
20,321
4,281

14,718
14,100

16,616
71
547

2,188
2,188

13,143
6
453
86,534
86,534

31,481
51,363
5,522

1,902
727

22,575
4,302

11,187

186

10,045
1,102

19,522
14,783
433
1,717
2,459
130

262
405
-143

367
44
323

6,522
3,340

423

1,598
2,478
2,478

71
547

27,827
48,305
4,006

1,950
641

21,185
2,784

11,399

18,867

30,890

38
1

14,390
571
1,693

14,783
472

Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage

19,004
3,561
12,729
2,714

1,743

27,827

9,761
1,599

2,083

770
403
367

352
22
330

390

130

27,827
25,170
581

1,718
12,659
1,258

141
20

6,945
3,335
896
2,714

17,836
6,002

15,801
6
453
120,203
88,722

1,404
749

1,732
1,732

1,694
11,985

10,937
-199
11,136

18,803
3,521
12,889
2,393

39
1

Recreational and cultural activities

1,718

1,194

1,834

1,302

Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources ..
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation

4,771
4,851
-880
800

6,664
3,824
2,040
800

1,242

-3,135

1,027
215

5,111
5,275

6,796
4,220

-3,135

-789
625

1,951
625

27,339
21,383

907

18,237
16,312
1,713

2,501

8,163
5,071
745
559
1,788

18,974
11,409
2,499
2,390
2,676

-2,472
670
615
1,880

2,609
846

134

146
75
686

6,731
1,063
2,102

29,602
21,495
4,394
1,404
742
1,567
13,602

111,447
83,620

30,421
14,390
609

1,177

16,260

751
751

1,415
716
1,606

17,234

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Other

Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other

-29

11,162

16,878
6,088
7,019
3,771

1,639

Unemployment insurance
Regular

Other

4,240
6,441
3,036
1,497

212

797
797

2,613
2,613
31,481

31,481
26,886
493

155
31

789
2,393

11,652
-268
11,920

109
1,283
1,055
228
977

17,267

140

37

"-2,968

13,881
1,689
1,697

78
759

-2,968

6,597

5,181

1,415

1

7,066

5,432

1,630

4

Transportation
Highways
Water
Air
"
Railroad
Transit

26,398

8,490

16,258

1,648

1,792

353
3,944
4,019
130
44

12,899
24
836
24
2,475

250
17
561
820

9,135
319
4,257
4,400
118
41

17,278

13,252
4,220
4,872
715
3,339

28,208
14,258
4,535
5,275
776
3,364

13,939
29
848
22
2,440

246
27
636
883

Postal service

3,393

1,648

1,745

2,708

Economic development, regulation, and services ...
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other

2,776
1,100
377

2,306
632
377
1,297

468
466

Labor training and services
Training programs
Other

4,832
3,837
995

Natural resources

1,299

Net interest paid

136,554

Revenue sharing

625
865

136,554

1. Total expenditures include employee compensation on a disbursement basis. Expenditures by type and function
include employee compensation on an accrual basis. Wage accruals less disbursements (in millions of dollars) is
zero except as follows: 1971, 39; 1972, 483; 1973, 8; 1974, -480; 1975, 100; 1976, 100; 1977, 100; 1978, 96;
1979, - 4 6 ; 1981, 59; 1982, - 4 ; 1983, -445; 1984, 220; and 1985, -230.

3,109
1,155
420

2,641
689
420

1,534
462
462

78




1,042

470
468

1,532

2,880
2,750
130

4,938
3,862
1,076

1,588
696

145,984

483
483
145,984

2,867
2,683
184

139

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function
[Millions of dollars]
1961

1960

Line

Total 1

Expenditures 1

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

5,694

-2,025

Expenditures 1

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

6,005

-2,193

Expenditures 1

45,474

41,805

48,296

44,484

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management

2,552
1,145
1,407

2,552
1,145
1,407

2,776
1,217
1,559

2,776
1,217
1,559

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction

3,426
1,807
970
649

3,426
1,807
970
649

3,713
1,964
1,061

3,713
1,964
1,061

16,085

16,001

17,919

13,366

13,366

2,136

2,136

259
324

259
240

2,379
279
363

17,820
14,898
2,379
279
264

Health and hospitals
Health
Hospitals

2,880
601
2,279

2,870
599
2,271

3,010

2,998

608
2,402

606
2,392

Income support, social security, and welfare
Government employees retirement and disability
Workers' compensation and temporary disability insurance.
Medical care
Welfare and social services

5,484
681
388

706
37
46

4,778
644
342

5,734
715
433

729
25
47

5,005
690
386

6,174

467
3,948

623

467
3,325

529
4,057

657

529
3,400

19

64

102

19

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
Libraries
Other

Veterans benefits and services
Housing and community services
Housing, community development, and urban renewal.
Water
Sewerage
Sanitation

1,854
336

2,647
517

-793
-181

1,841
332

1

655
918
557

-654
42

25
917
567
650

48,444

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

6,613

3,989
2,084
1,143
762

114

3,246
657
2,589

3,231
654
2,577

15
3
12

752
480

785
38
50

5,389
714
430

689
4,253

697

3,556

138

18

120

-834
-180

2,036
453

2,890

-678
24

45
977
561

10

582
27
555

-2,328

1,263
1,638

19,601
16,312

12
2

512

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government

2,901

19,715
16,312
2,688
308
407

650

-67

2,084
1,143
762

703
893
567

-524
-46
-478

2,901
1,263
1,638

2,675

960
557

52,729

Purchases

2,688
308
293

656
748
925
561

Recreational and cultural activities

646

646

Energy
Gas utilities
Electric utilities

7
-22
29

531
24
507

Agriculture

359

353

378

372

402

569

569

644

644

687

687

9,014
8,712
83
138
81

9,046
119
185
90

8,875
8,496
77
175
127

9,302
8,855
116
222
109

Transportation
Highways
Water
Air
Transit and railroad
Economic development, regulation, and services ...
Labor training and services
Commercial activities
Publicly owned liquor store systems
Government-administered lotteries and parimutuels .
Other
Net interest paid 2
Other and unallocable
See footnote(s) at end of table.




9,440

-426
-334
-36
-47

343

343

366

321

343

42
1

9,477

9,074
120
206
77

9,966
9,447
166
266
87

-675
-48
-627

-489
-373
-46
-60
-10

343

-240
-231

-427
-359
-39
-47
18

722
713
36
677

366

321

-649
-37
-612

38
-12
50

-703
52

395

Natural resources

-10
-57

722

-854
-203

-282
-232

-50

-9
752

752
1,339

1,339

388

-245
-246

-283

-251
-32

1

800

800
1,457

1,457

-290
-264

-26

-12
32

968
1,749

1,749

-310
-252
-58

140

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]

1963

Line

Total 1
Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management
Civilian safety

Fire JZZZZZZZZIZZZZZZZZZZZ'ZZZZZZZZZZZZ

Correction

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
Libraries
Other
Health and hospitals
Health
Hospitals
income support, social security, and welfare
Government employees retirement and disability
Workers' compensation and temporary disability insurance.
Medical care
Welfare and social services
Veterans benefits and services
Housing and community services
Housing, community development, and urban renewal.
Sewerage
Sanitation
Recreational and cultural activities
Energy
Gas utilities
Electric utilities
Agriculture
Natural resources
Highways
Water
Air

Z

Z

Transit and railroad ."...
Economic development, regulation, and services ..
Labor training and services
Publicly owned liquor store systems
Government-administered lotteries and parimutuels
Other
Net interest paid 2

Other and unallocable
See footnote(s) at end of table.




Expenditures 1

56,102
3,018
1,304
1,714
4,205
2,246
1,188
771
21,217
17,354
3,061
334
468
3,302
707
2,595
6,637
748
534
930
4,425
62
2,346
684
-25
1,091
596
750
-165
-25
-140
421
714
10,047
9,717
117
142
71
423
424
-249
-271
22
1,115
1335

Purchases

51,429
3,018
1,304
1,714
4,205
2,246
1,188
771
21,079
17,354
3,061
334
330
3,287
703
2,584
830
21
55
754
18
3,287

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

7,126

-2,453

138

138
15
4
11
5,807
727
479

-941
-175
-773
7

-706
-56
-650

714
10,586
10,122
155
221

-539
-405
-38
-79
-17

423
424
18
-15
33

-267
-256
1,115

Expenditures 1

60,645
3,156
1,377
1,779
4,444
2,386
1238
820
23,498
18,919
3,648
393
538
3,537
752
2,785
7,132
812
1,070
4,651

930
3,671
44

748
1,084
596
750
541
31
510

1,835

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

1,914
128
906
591
808
-209
-23
442
878
11,110
10,589
155
141
225
461
436
-216
-255
-1
40
1,166
2,050

Purchases

55,827
3,156
1,377
1,779
4,444
2,386
1,238
820
23,330
18,919
3,648
393
370
3,521
748
2,773
937
47
61
829
19
3,016
512
951
962
591

1964

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

7,572

-2,754

1,070
3,822

-823
-56

-856
-49
-807

-520
-426
-47
-90
43

-276
-264
-1
-11
1,166

66,105
3,384
1,485

1255
4,991
-1,102
-223

51

Expenditures 1

4,808
2,562
1,333
913
26,141
20,943
4,129
414
655
3,783
828
2,955
7,752

168
16
4
12
6,195
765
538

647
26
621
434
878
11,630
11,015
202
231
182
461
436

2,050

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

2,454
385
136
1,295
638
864
-27
-17
463
938
11,317
10,816
102
167
232
508
461
-193
-252
-2
61
1,156
2,272

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

-2,848
3,384
1,485
4,808
2,562
1,333
913
25,942
20,943
4,129
414
456
3,766
824
2,942
1,089
50
970
20
3,576
589
1,009
1,340
638
864
831
41
790
454
938
11,893
11,279
156
264
194

199

199
17
4
13
6,663
818
569
1255
4,021
-1,122
-204
-873
-45

-875
-68
-807

-576
^63
-54
-97
38

461
82
26
56

-275
-278
-2
5
1,156

2,272

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

141

Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1966

1965

Line

Total 1

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Expenditures 1

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

8,511

-2,966

Expenditures 1

Purchases

1967

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

9,482

-3,002

Expenditures 1

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government

72,338

66,793

81,054

74,574

90,851

82,703

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management

3,644
1,606
2,038

3,644
1,606
2,038

4,056
1,788
2,268

4,056

4,499

4,499

1,788
2,268

2,017
2,482

2,017
2,482

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction

5,173
2,780
1,408
985

5,173

5,658
3,069
1,523
1,066

5,658
3,069
1,523
1,066

6,257
3,434
1,625
1,198

6,257

2,780
1,408
985

29,019
23,074

28,779
23,074
4,654
451
600

240

37,811
29,086

430

1,457

37,381
29,086
6,714
554
1,027

17
5
12

4,301
1,001
3,300

4,285

4,792
1,149
3,643

4,776
1,141
3,635

16
8
8

7,157

9,656

1,033
702

1,512
66
79

11,502
1,124
747

1,793

861
594

75
81

9,709
1,049
666

1,476
4,226

1,990
5,931

1,367

2,780
6,851

1,637

2,780
5,214

2,988
677

4,082
867

-1,094
-190

397
1,128

1,353
1,076

-956
52

786

786

1,136

1,136

-39
-42
3

924
36
888

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
Libraries
Other

4,654
451
840

33,286
26,309
5,658

513
1,128

26,309
5,658
513
806

Health and hospitals
Health
Hospitals

4,051

896
3,155

4,034
891
3,143

Income support, social security, and welfare
Government employees retirement and disability
Workers' compensation and temporary disability insurance.
Medical care
Welfare and social services

8,440
918
668

1,283
57
74

1,476
5,378

1,152

2,629
390

3,788
597

-1,159
-207

2,761
535

1,324
1,211

-54

220
1,292
714

904

904

980

Energy
Gas utilities

-2
-41

907
34
873

-171

322
16
6
10
8,144
967
623

1,138
1,319
714

Recreational and cultural activities

6,714
554

3,897
726

426
1,157
656

322

Housing and community services
Housing, community development, and urban renewal.
Water
Sewerage
Sanitation

Heebie utilities

656

-75
-834

496

Agriculture

-42
-129
551

1,990
4,564
26

"

Transit and railroad
Economic development, regulation, and services ....
Labor training and services

-914
-75

710

641

1,395

14,218

14,917
13,790
250
365
512

12,117
11,525
125
157
310

12,721
12,038
186
266
231

566

566

628

628

505

505

544

544

610

610

-215
-285
-2
72

79

-200
-308
-2

88
17

-214

85
15

1,063

Other and unallocable

2,740




-963
-78
-885

629

1,395

540

1,164

Commercial activities
Publicly owned liquor store systems
Government-administered lotteries and parimutuels ..
Other
Net interest paid 2

See footnote(s) at end of table.

430

21

-1,136
-191
-918
-27

743
33

-3,055

3,434
1,625
1,198

1,164

Natural resources
Transportation
Hiahwavs
Water
"
Air

20

20

Veterans benefits and services

995
3,290

11,203

1,261

-604
-513
-61

-294
-301
-2

16

13,395
12,650
157
136
452

110
1,063
2,740

1,261
14,059

-325
-2
39
963

3,017

13,220
172
214

612

-570
-78
-151
100

698

71

963
3,017

-664
-549
-70
-124
79

13,199
227
260
373

-335
-14
135

70

1,002
3,500

-299
-350
-14
65
1,002

3,500

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142

Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1968

Line

Total 1

Expenditures 1

Purchases

102,599

92,349

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management

5,148
2,357
2,791
7,303
4,157
1,831
1,315

586
1,739

41,010
31,887
7,329
586
1,208

5,368
1,319
4,049

5,349
1,310
4,039

13,963

2,167

1,176
798

114

13,411

-3,161

7,303
4,157
1,831
1,315

41,541

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

5,148
2,357
2,791

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction
Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher.....
Libraries
Other
Health and hospitals
Health
Hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare
Government employees retirement and disability
Workers1 compensation and temporary disability insurance.
Medical care
Welfare and social services
Veterans benefits and services
Housing and community services
Housing, community development, and urban renewal.
Water
Sanitation
Recreational and cultural activities
Energy
Gas utilities
Electric utilities
Agriculture
Natural resources
Transportation
Highways
Water
Air
....
Transit and railroad
Economic development, regulation, and services ..
Labor training and services
Commercial activities
Publicly owned liquor store systems
Government-administered lotteries and parimutuels
Other
Net interest paid 2
Other and unallocable
See footnote(s) at end of table.




31,887
7,329

4,055
7,934

1970

1969

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Expenditures 1

Purchases

35,188
8,206
641
2,050

531
19
9
10
11,796
1,062
710
4,055
5,969

45,455
35,188
8,206

6,135
1,567
4,568

16,429
1,578
867

48

4,616
9,368

•

-3,322

19,531

1,446
770

1,426
909

3,170
149
106

2,389

4,616
6,979

5,530
11,666

2,915

403
1,334
961

1,429
1,373
961

-1,026
-39

1,623

1,623

-35
^3

1,036
47

712

700

1,344

16,216
14,855
279
474
608

14,254
200
294
786

-90
-981

-1,472
-247

66
1,471
1,091

1,187
1,575
1,091

-1,121
-104

1,819

-1,071

24

1,819

-13
-42
29

1,113

861

1,391

16,091
14,691
196
346
858

16,814
15,328
275
550
661

17,257
15,842
168
421
826

17,970
16,493
252
646
579

757

853

63
-1

-204
197

750

-248
-376
-28
156

-723
-637
-79

853

750

64

92

-244
-378
-27
161

-159
-366
-27
234

5,000

5,000

-713

-651
-84
-225
247

938

900

900
-256
-385
-48
177

-190
-391
-48
249

1,005
4,274

-1,126
-94
-1,032

846

1,391

667

4,274

52
1,061

761

667

1,005

5,530
8,751

5,078
1,225

1,366

757

-311
-375
-28

1,277
803

104

774

-682
-601
-79
-180
178

773

3,606
978

1,366

1,344

15,534

12

16,361

13,811

-990
57

-42
-21

24
10
14

132
97

-1,284
-219

-1,021
-84
-937

773

7,070
1,871
5,199

2,618

22

958
42
916

9,529
706
1,740

1,881
5,213

4,860
1,097

1,391

51,209
39,234

7,094

96

-63

5,116
2,319
1,721

21
8
13

3,576
878

1,391

9,156

630

-1,147
-214

919

-3,567

6,114
1,559
4,555

22

1,576

18,149

6,634
3,002
3,632

Expendi-

641
1,420

4,980
879

1,606

112,574

51,982
39,234
9,529
706
2,513

70

616

127,156

5,116
2,319
1,721

3,833

1,633
919

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

9,156

630

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

6,634
3,002
3,632

8,069
4,555
2,028
1,486

46,085

15,387

2,649
3,204

8,069
4,555
2,028
1,486

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

5,853

2,649
3,204

1,965

101,279

5,853

51
3

113,344

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

5,190

5,190

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

143

Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1971

Expenditures 1

Total 1

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

22,357

-3,704

Expenditures 1

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

25,621

-4,160

Expenditures 1

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net inless dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

142,827

124,344

156,279

134,668

171,912

149,197

7,253
3,384
3,869

7,253
3,384
3,869

7,951
3,782
4,169

7,951
3,782

9,153
4,403
4,750

9,153
4,403
4,750

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction

10,471
5,855
2,627

10,471
5,855
2,627

11,627
6,515
2,839
2,273

11,627
6,515
2,839
2,273

12,948
7,293
3,094
2,561

12,946
7,293
3,094
2,559

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher......
..
Libraries
Other

57,611
43,415
10,491
759
2,946

56,655
43,415
10,491
759

61,906
47,242
11,630
820
2,214

1,083

1,083

69,618
51,847
13,361
908
3,502

68,449
51,847
13,361
908
2,333

1,169

47,242
11,630
820
3,297

8,163
2,465
5,698

8,136
2,454
5,682

8,448
2,659
5,789

8,416
2,646
5,770

32
13
19

9,123
2,913
6,210

9,073
2,913
6,160

50

23,373
1,649
946

3,775
170
115

26,615
1,759
1,060

4,464
187
125

22,151
1,572
935

29,757
2,179
1,185

5,271
201
140

24,486
1,978
1,045

6,829
13,949

3,490

8,304
15,492

4,152

8,304
11,340

9,719
16,674

4,930

9,719
11,744

28

70

174

33

3,590
556

5,500
965

-1,910
-409

4,276
726

6,189
1,044

-1,913
-318

-55
1,819
1,270

1,216
2,049
1,270

-1,271
-230

-102
2,223
1,429

1,225
2,491
1,429

-1,327
-268

2,085

2,085

2,377

2,377

34
-51
85

1,283
46
1,237

-5
-58
53

1,407
49
1,358
1,038

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management

Health and hospitals
Health
Hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare
Government employees retirement and disability
Workers' compensation and temporary disability insurance.
Medical care
Welfare and social services

956

956

95

27

Housing and community services
Housing, community development and urban renewal.
Water
Sewerage
Sanitation
".
'.

3,789
961

1,108
1,873
1,200

Recreational and cultural activities

6,829
10,459
68

5,437
1,256

-104
1,732
1,200

27
11 :::::::
16
19,598
1,479
831

1,989

Veterans benefits and services

Energy
Gas utilities
Electric utilities
Agriculture
Natural resources
Transportation
Hiahwavs

Water! ZZZZZZZZZZZZ
Air
Transit and railroad

Economic development, regulation, and services ...
Labor training and services

33
-43
76

-1,648
-295
-1,212
-141

-1,139
-90
-1,049

1,172
47
1,125

944

927

1,365

18,946
17,674
194
547
531

1,006

1,006

1,102

1,102

-279
-429
-93
243

44
-28

983

Commercial activities
Publicly owned liquor store systems
Government-administered lotteries and parimutuels .
Other
Net interest paid 2

1,691

Other and unallocable

6,039

-594
-655
-93
-258
412

1,051

1,369

1,471

19,457
17,804
214
586
853

19,955
17,821
128
228

1,464

-376
-416
-217




-546
-738
-107
-312
611

1,090

1,343

79
-10

-455
-406
-217
168
2,268

7,181

1,778
1,208

1,266

257
2,268
7,181

See footnote(s) at end of table.

1,169

50

-1,412
-107
-1,305

20,380
18,587
237
593
963

1,266
-323
-401
-93
171

-4,345

1,471

18,911
17,066
107
274

1,090

1,691
6,039

966

1,369

1,365

18,352
17,019
101
289
943

17

-1,249
-97
-1,152

27,040

-490
-409
-347

1,208
1,343
105
9

8,754

-418
-347
170

96

266
1,179

-425
-766
-109
-365
815

1,179
8,754

144

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1974

Line

Total1

Expenditures 1

Purchases

1975

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

27,109

-4,350

Expenditures 1

Purchases

1976

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

33,506

-4,501

Expenditures 1

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

38,606

-4,794

193,475

170,716

220,982

191,977

239,312

205,500

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management

10,485

11,893
5.751
6,142

11,893
5,751
6,142

12,827
6,333
6,494

12,827

5,025
5,460

10,485
5,025
5,460

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
!
Correction

14,773
8,234
3,479
3,060

14,769
8,234
3,479
3,056

16,822
9,310
3,915
3,597

16,816
9,310
3,915
3,591

18,515
10,116
4,291
4,108

18,507

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
Libraries
Other

77,626

76,319
57,645
14,913
1,011
2,750

87,428
65,902
15,946
1,139
4,441

85,866

1,562

65,902
15,946
1,139
2,879

1,562

95,064
71,370
17,653
1,202
4,839

93,325
71,370
17,653
1,202
3,100

1,739

57,645
14,913
1,011
4,057

neann ana nospnais

10,842
3,694
7,148

10,782
3,694
7,088

11,778
4,136
7,642

11,667
4,136
7,531

111

12,003

142

111

12,145
4,524
7,621

4,524
7,479

142

31,421
2,353
1,288

6,076
209
155

25,345
2,144
1,133

37,065

6,904
230

30,161
2,155
1,208

40,763
2,368
1,582

7,812
262
185

32,951
2,106
1,397

11,482
16,298

5,712

11,482
10,586

14,240
19,063

14,240
12,558

15,854
20,959

7,365

15,854
13,594

265

32

\.

Health
Hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare
Government employees retirement and disability
Workers' compensation and temporary disability insurance.
Medical care
Welfare and social services

4
1,307

1,307

2,385
1,377

6,505

307

42

215

46

5,378
422

7,571

-2,193
-573

7,064
460

9,323
1,059

-2,259

176
3,220
1,560

1,553
3.463
1,560

-1,377
-243

708
4,238
1,658

2,121
4,485
1,658

-1,413
-247

2,876

2,876

3,515

3,515

281

-59
340

1,783
46
1,737

-67
-19

1,609
46
1,563

Agriculture

1,168

1,160

Natural resources

1,789

1,789

23,346
20,383

23,356

Veterans benefits and services
Housing and community services
Housing, community development, and urban renewal.
Water
Sewerage

Sanitation
Recreational and cultural activities
Energy
Gas utilities
Electric utilities

Hh as .... " I Z I Z I I Z Z I I I I I I I "
awv
i

160
363

Witer..
Air
Transit and railroad

-1,502
-105
-1,397

8

2,440

Lflfaor trfllnlnfl six* scnnccs

1,623

1,470

-421
-421

159
11

356

148

•

•••

Commercial activities
Publicly owned liquor store systems
Government-administered lotteries and parimutuels .
Other
Net interest paid 2
Other and unallocable

10,716

10,716




4,545
1,751

2,097
4,677
1,751

-1,401
-132

3,574

277
-72
349

2,173
50
2,123

-645
-432
-421
208

1,330

1,410
2,076

24,482
22,335
350
686

24,533
21,586

24,557
22,400
322
580

2,571

1,111
1,529
1,685

-528
-430

168
-2

-506

170

-1,896
-122
-1,774

2,076

24,631
21,559
221
280

-594

1,409

2,015

408
920
13,129

See footnote(s) at end of table.

-2,127

3,574
-1,695
-113
-1,582

43
9,454
929

2,258

153

-33

-33

75

1,529

1,363

1,739

7,327
335

1,334

-10
-734
-112
-400
1^36

1,204

1,363

10,116
4,291
4,100

2,015

21,117
272
763

Economic development, regulation, and services ...

6,333
6,494

149
-776
-129
-406
1,460

-428

-506
238

1,255

1,845

-610
-432

-24
-814
-147
-444
1,381

1,661

2,741

573

2,636
1,661

920
13,129

175
136

137
-24

896
-747
-408

-596

257

418
2,837
14,097

2,837
14,097

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

145

Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1977

Expenditures 1

Total1

Purchases

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

41,337

-5,129

Expenditures 1

-5,612

16,349
7,753
8,596

22,190
11,996
4,965
5,229

22,179
11,996
4,965
5,218

1
1

110,305
82,808
20,555

108,223
82,808
20,555
1,360
3,500

6,924
7,263

6,924
7,263

Civilian safety

20,342
11.087
4,598
4,657

20,333
11,087
4,598
4,648

101,977
76,550
18,983
1,262
5,182

100,095
76,550
18,983
1,262
3,300

1,882

1,882

1,360
5,582

Health and hospitals
Health
Hospitals

13348

13,356

192

14,619

5,066
8,482

5,066
8,290

192

Income support, social security, and welfare
Government employees retirement and disability
Workers' compensation and temporary disability insurance.
Medical care
Welfare and social services

44,212
2,383
1,789

8,722
275
219

17,335
22,705

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher
Libraries
Other

42,592

241,394

14,187

'....'.

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

16,349
7,753

220,110

14,187

Fire
Correction

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

278,199

256,318

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management

Police

1979

1978

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Expenditures 1

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less divi-

305,439

269,184

18,199
8,791
9,408

18,199
8,791
9,408
24,361

11

24,373
13,042
5,397
5,934

2,082

122,302

120,068
92,047
22,803
1,489
3.729

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

2,234
220

92,047
22,803
1,489

41,849

-5,729

12

13,042
5,397
5,922
2,234

2,082

5,963

206

15,230

206

15,450
6,265
9.185

6,265
8,965

220

9,812
310
237

37,953
2,253
1,686

51,095
1,609
2,108

10,848
347
268

40,247
1,262
1,840

19,308
23.971

9,265

19,308
14,706

21,764
25.614

10,233

21,764
15,381

50

30

26

5,558
9,061

14,413
5,558
8,855

35,490
2,108
1,570

47,765
2,563
1,923

8,228

17,335
14,477

45

35

83

57

Housing and community services
Housing, community development, and urban renewal.
Water
Sewerage
Sanitation

7,111
283

9,261
953

-2,150
-670

8,039
383

10,439
1,064

-2,400
-681

9,786
744

12,330
1,336

-2,544
-592

573
4,414
1,841

2,042
4,425
1,841

-1,469
-11

716
4,845
2,095

2,378
4,902
2,095

-1,662
-57

1,147
5,685
2,210

2,950
5,834
2,210

-1,803
-149

Recreational and cultural activities

3,727

3,727

4,167

4,167

-87
580

2,570
50
2,520

655
-92
747

2,921
72

Veterans benefits and services

Energy
Gas utilities

Electric utilities

ZZ1

ZZZ1 ZZZ'.

-2,077
-137
-1,940

Agriculture

1,430

1,430

1,568

Natural resources

2,094

2,094

2,282

24,759
69

24,777
22,635
304
587

2,777

1,251

Economic development, regulation, and services ....

1,872

1,872

Labor training and services

2,931

1^97

Commercial activities
Publicly owned liquor store systems
Government-administered lotteries and parimutuels ..
Other
Net interest paid 2

-765
-423
-742

119
-2

Tftinsportfltion .......*•,
Highways
Water
Air

.*..

Transit and railroad

Other and unallocable

21,787
126

2,795

See footnote(s) at end of table.




934

24,581
190
168

3,060
4,055

-421
-742
279
2,795

15,525

27,999

2,103

121

400

15,525

-18
-848
-178
-518
1,526

-951
-433
-899

402

4,613

1,157

-164
-2,102

2,849

-101
1,258

3,603
99
3,504

1,707

133
-868
-218
-576
1,795

27,866
25,449
408
744

-1,079
-447

128
14

-899
267

114
402

542
-847
-244
-647
2,280

29,393
554
1,021

3,753

1,473
2,374

4,028

1,908

2,147

16,747

32,441

310
374
2,374

1.265
2,103

2,706

32,983
28,546

-2,446
-200
-2,246

1,707

2,706

1,568
2,282

381

16,747

4,613

-2,266

2,341

-1,147

134
-8

-514
-1,036

18,172

-1,281

-506
-1,036

142

403
-2,577

1,687

261
-2,577

18,172

146

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1980

Une

Total 1

Expenditures 1

Purchases

1982

1981

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government

Expenditures 1

Purchases

336,621

297,956

362,349

320,275

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management

19,815
10,007

19,815
10,007
9,808

21,241
11,117
10,124

26,865
14,227
5,888
6,750

26,850
14,227
5,888
6,735

134,260

131,832
100,626
25,558
1,638
4,010

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government

21,241

Civilian safety
Police

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Fire

.'

'. .'

.'

"....'Z..Z....Z.

Correction
Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher ..
. . . .
Libraries
Other
Health and hospitals
Health
Income support, social security, and welfare
Government employees retirement and disability
Workers' compensation and temporary disability insurance.
Medical care
Welfare and social services

44,466

341,074

23,465

11,117
10,124

23,796
12,474
11,322

30,186
15,839
6,593
7,754

30,168

33,804

33,783
17,436
7,259
9,088

2,428

145,254
107,880
28,741
1,787

142,646
107,880
28,741

2,428

6,846

231

7,504
9,806

17,079
7,504
9,575

57,405
569
2,254
24,913
29,669

100,626
25,558
1,638
6,438
17,310

-5,841

17,436
7,259
9,109

18

12,474
10,991

4,238

2,608

7,115

17,856
8,248
9,608

227

18,483

231

18,083
8,248
9,835

227

8,704
9,779

18,257
8,704
9,553

11,905
397
313

45,500
172
1,941

63,921
80
2,556

13,209
508
366

50,712
-428
2,190

64,910
-3,600
2,819

14,275
674
416

11,195

24,913
18,474

29,202
32,083

12,335

29,202
19,748

32,055
33,636

13,185

1,582
6273
2,480

4,964
1,533
-75
1,608

92

72

14,602
1,961

-2,662
-603

10,564
738

1,640

1,691
6,192
2,699

3,649
6,293
2,699

-1,958
-101

1,563
5,573
2,690

Natural resources
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.
water.7:.:.:::::.:::..::..:.:
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Air
Transit and railroad
Economic development, regulation, and services ....
bflOui iifliniiiu o i m S v i v i v v S «••••••••*••••••••••••••••••••••••*•••••<

Commercial activities
Publicly owned liquor store systems
Government-administered lotteries and parimutuels .
Other
Net interest paid 2
Other and unallocable




21
2,749

2,749
226
226
50,635
-4,274
2,403
32,055
20,451
20

4,604

5,316
-2,526
-215
-2,311

5,316

1,444
-85
1,529

4,464

-3,020
-234
-2,786

149
4,315

-3,570
-1,313
-2,117
-140

-3,484
-243
-3,241

128
4,476

1,896

2,062

2,062

2,216

2,216

3,083

3,083

3,348

3,348

3,656

3,656

37,020
31,567

36,314
32,447

706

38,972

-880
-251.
-729
2,566

32,059
466
462

37,356
33,036
722

40,718
33,068
407
374

38,748
34,098
648
1,211

697

446
507

1,236

4,500

1,934

2,582

2,582

4,459

2,735

-1,270
-546
-1,151

-5,456

-1,416
-530
-1,151
265

146

-5,456
20,553

-977
-256
-769
3,618

2,367
2,832

4,301

1,724

1,616

1,231

5,985
2,832

-16
162

427

20,553
See footnote(s) at end of table.

-7,087

331
21

2,051

1396

Agriculture

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

5,778

1,120
-115
1,235

48,099
331

3,680
5,713
2,690

5,778

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

14,134

-1,904
-206

4,059
140
3,919

63

11,940
1,358

4,964

Energy
Gas utilities

1,963

85

3,486
6,479
2,480

Recreational and cultural activities

1,787

153,283
115,818
31,136
1,963
4,366

-2,605
-495

58

ir^osponflxiofl

-5,614

156,032
115,818
31,136

14,085

Electric utilities

15,839
6,593
7,736

47,688

2,608

82

Housing and community services
Housing, community development and urban renewal.
Water
Sewerage
Sanitation

Purchases

382,086

11,480
1,145

Veterans benefits and services

Expenditures 1

2,878

-1,397
-490
-1,378

-7,322

151

22,083

-7,322
22,083

3,979
-1,548
^73
-1,378
303

-17
168

471

2,791
3,058

1,423

1,970
-1,030
-241
-837
4,078

-1,822
-461
-1,855

494

3,058
2,921

-2,003
-459
-1,855
311

181
-2

183
-6,941

-6,941
22,643

1,058

22,643

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8

147

Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1983

Line

Total 1

Expenditures 1

Purchases

1984

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

-8,745

Expenditures 1

403,157

360,282

51,620

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management

25,608

25,272
13,143
12,129

336

27,493

336

14,042
13,451

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction

36,528

36,504
18,432
7,737
10,335

24

40,175

24

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher.....
.
Libraries
Other

13,143
12,465

18,432
7,737
10,359
165,549
123,776

1985

434,119

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

55,595

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

-11,374

Expenditures 1

428,062

58,042

31,152
15,485
15,667

30,812
15,485
15,327

340

45,358
22,154
9,266
13,938

32

27

45,390
22,154
9,266
13,970

3,148

193,382

178,759
134,261
34,480
2,328
7,690

2,890

27

19,907
8,371
11,897

40,148
19,907
8,371
11,870
175,611
134,261
34,480
2,328
4,542

3,148

144,609
37,654
2,603
8,516

144,609
37,654
2,603
4,972

19,053
9,853
9,200

242

21,434
11,249
10,185

21,191
11,249
9,942

243

18,499
1,296
506

59,862
-8,927
3,066

16,697

41,806
23,917
10

166

7,198

18,096
9,032
9,064

17,860
9,032
8,828

236

19,295
9,853
9,442

Income support, social security, and welfare
Government employees retirement and disability
Workers' compensation and temporary disability insurance.
Medical care
Welfare and social services

67,361
-6,789
2,931

15,502
778
451

51,859
-7,567
2,480

73,751
-5,893
3,249

16,571
861
474

-6,754
2,775

78,361
-7,631
3,572

35,197
36,022

14,273

35,197
21,749

38,379
38,016

15,236

38,379
22,780

41,806
40,614

2,890
236

242
57,180

340

32
3,544

3,544

243

114

104

84

Housing and community services
Housing, community development, and urban renewal.
Water
Sewerage
Sanitation

9,299
625

13,787
2,013

-4,488
-1,388

941
5,076
2,657

3,534
5,583
2,657

-2,593
-507

Recreational and cultural activities

6,127

6,127

Energy
Gas utilities
Electric utilities

415
-154

4,433
136
4,297

Veterans benefits and services

-13,515

472,589

166

Health and hospitals
Health
Hospitals

2,089

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

27,327
14,042
13,285

123,776
32,486
2,089
4,308

32,486

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

103

127

117

8,729
682

14,298
2,139

-5,569
-1,457

9,642
1,078

15,890
2,269

-6,248

4,740
2,819

3,707
5,633
2,819

-3,219
-893

705
4,744
3,115

4,518
5,988
3,115

-3,813
-1,244

6,621
-4,018
-290
-3,728

7,467

6,621

-506
-199
-307

4,464
163
4,301

-4,970
-362
-4,608

7,467

-391
-125
-266

4,898

-5,289
-344
-4,945

219
4,679

Agriculture

2,391

2,391

2,590

2,590

2,864

2,864

Natural resources

3,956

3,956

4,350

4,350

4,865

4,865

43,611

41,184

35,999
609

53,169
43,732
355
424

50,703
44,957

7,823

3,179

48,181
38,930
275
485
8,491

45,603

34,963
349
476

Economic development, regulation, and services ....

3,288

3,288

Labor training and services

3,886

2,934

-2,488
-457
-2,471

178
-17

Transportation
Highways
Water
Air
Transit and railroad

Commercial activities
Publicly owned liquor store systems
Government-administered lotteries and parimutuels ..
Other
Net interest paid 2
Other and unallocable

24,123
See footnote(s) at end of table.




1,397

952

3,794
-2,666
-440
-2,471
245

-4,697
24,123

2,578
-1,184
-319
-1,081
5,162

40,114

594
1,566

3,329

-3,207
-418
-3,225
436

3,015

203
-5,958

-5,958
26,355

-3,413
-421
-3,225
233

26,355

8,658

3,323
4,048

4,109

779

206
3

2,466
-1,225
-360
-1,284
5,335

715
1,708

4,048

3,583

195

440
-4,697

2,427
-1,036
-260
-921
4,644

3,179

-4,179

265
35

-391
-4,220

28,068

-4,444
-426
-4,220
202

230

432
-6,919

930

-6,919
28,068

148

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1987

1986

Line

Total 1

Expenditures 1

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

-13,677

Expenditures 1

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

-14,948

Expenditures 1

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

-17,524

516,971

465,281

65,367

554,194

496,592

72,550

592,963

531,663

78324

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities
Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management

34,217
16,957
17,260

33,807
16,957
16,850

410

36,220

486

39,290

18,110
18,110

486

20,116
19,174

38,731
20,116
18,615

559

410

35,734
18,110
17,624

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction

49,962
23,993
9,996
15,973

49,927

35

54,206
25,311
10,788
18,107

54,166

40

58,762
27,076
11,480
20,206

46

40

58,808
27,076
11,480
20,252

208,470
156,496
39,942
2,891
9,141

204,589
156,496
39,942
2,891
5,260

3,881

222,316
168,207
41,296
3,088
9,725

218,272
168,207
41,296
3,088
5,681

4,044

238^79

234,815

4,164

4,044

44,437
3,369
10,285

44,437
3,369
6,121

4,164

23,054
12,263
10,791

22,799
12,263
10,536

255

24,461
13,281
11,180

24,224
13,281
10,943

237

26,766

237

14,801
11,965

26,528
14,801
11,727

238

84,160
-9,519
4,093

20,328
1,661
570

-11/180
3,523

90,040
-10,467
4,847

21,793
1,930
662

68,247
-12,397
4,185

99,212
-10,332
5,487

46,014
43,572

18,097

46,014
25,475

50,430
45,230

19,201

50,430
26,029

55,904
48,153

13

Education
Elementary and secondary
Higher......
.'
Libraries .
Other
Health and hospitals
Health
Hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare
Government employees retirement and disability
Workers' compensation and temporary disability insurance.
Medical care
Welfare and social services
Veterans benefits and services
Housing and community services
Housing, community development and urban renewal.
Water
Sewerage
Sanitation

23,993
9,996
15,938

35

3,881

255

63,832

20,975

55,904
27,178
13

159

146

-5,726
614

14,363
3,469

20,695
2,482

-6.332
987

-4,200
-1,456

1,339
5,853
3,425

5,922
7,610
3,425

-4,583
-1,757

1,010
5,760
4,124

6,048
8,041
4,124

-5,038
-2,281

8,607

8,607

9,310

9^10

-5,576

-2,199
-144
-2,055

4,192
249
3,943

-6,391
-393
-5,998

-3,345
-155
-3,190

3,892
261
3,631
3,274

5,462
6,715
3,409

-196

8,215

4,854
246
4,608

Gas utilities
Electric utilities

75,542
-12,267
4,727

135

1,262
5,259
3,409

-722
-105
-617

1,935
760

19,317
2,360

-5,852

8,215

238

148

130
17,908
2,322

Energy

23,670

46

13,591
2,974

142
12,056
2,126

Recreational and cultural activities

25,311
10,788
18,067

559

-351
-5,225

Agriculture

3,093

3,093

3,199

3,199

3,274

Natural resources

5,354

5,354

5,604

5,604

5^10

5,910

57,759
47,277
362
613

54,903
48.620
753
2,041

60,355
49,435

57,607
51,022
743

63,697
52,425
363
634

9,507

3,489

10,275

60,872
54,109
794
2,426
3,543

Economic development, regulation, and services ...

4,501

4,501

5,149

5,149

Labor training and services

4,254

3,311

4,410

3,483

-4,795

310

-384
^4.871

48

-7,237
-416
-6,821

Transportation
Highways
Water...
Air
Transit and railroad

Commercial activities
Publicly owned liquor store systems
Government-administered lotteries and parimutuels
Other
Net interest paid 2
Other and unallocable

-1,428
6,018

9,904

-1,610
6,370

2,308
3,534

912

4,260
-5,105
-432
-4,871
198

-4,001
31,252

31,252
1. Total expenditures include employee compensation on a disbursement basis. Expenditures by type and function
include employee compensation on an accrual basis. Wage accruals less disbursements (in millions of dollars) is
zero except as follows: 1971,170; 1972, -150; 1973, - 2 0 ; 1978,175; 1979. -135; and 1980, - 4 0




318
698

2,748
-1,587
-425

4308

943

262

460
-4,001

2,856
-1,343
-391

-5,263
-390
-5,340

-1,429
35,270

-W

-411
-5,340
172

295

467
-1,429

-5,579

316
21

-412
-6,450
395

927
-6,780
-412
-6,450

313

82

313

-2,665

-2,665
36,113

2,825
-1,684
-431
-1,792
6,732

36,113

35,270
2. Excludes interest received by social insurance funds, which is netted against expenditures for the appropriate
functions.

149

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88
Table 3.18A.—Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to the
Consolidated Cash Statement: Fiscal Years, 1959-67
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1960

1961

1962

1963

1965

1964

1967

1966

Receipts

81.7

Plus: Netting and grossing differences:
Contributions to government employee retirement funds
Taxes received from rest of the world 3
Other 4
Timing differences:
Corporate income tax
Federal and State unemployment insurance taxes
Withheld personal income tax and social security contributions
Excise taxes
Other
'"'".
Miscellaneous

'.

Equals: Federal Government receipts, national income and product accounts

97.2

101.9

109.7

115.5

119.7

134.5

153.6

.2
.1
.6
.4

.2
.1
1.1
.1

.2
.1
.4
.1

.3
.1
.7
.2

.3
.1
.5
.1

.3
.1
.3
.2

.3
.1
.3
.3

.3
.1
.6
1.0

2.2
0
-1.1

Less: Coverage differences:
District of Columbia
Other 1
Financial transactions
Miscellaneous2

95.1

.2
.1
.7
.2

Cash receipts from the public

2.2
-.1
-1.1

2.5
-.1
-1.1

2.7
-.1
-1.0

2.9
-.2
-1.7

3.3
-.2
-1.7

3.6
-.2
-1.2

3.9
-.2
-1.7

4.3
-.2
-1.5

3.7
.2
.5
.1
0
.1

.1
.6
.1
.1
.1

-1.5
.1
.2
0
0
.1

1.4
.5
.3
.1
.1
0

.9
-.1
.4
0
.1
.1

1.3
-.2
-.5
.1
.1

-.9
0

-5.3
-.1
.1

.1

-.1
0
0

-.1
-.4
0
.1

86.2

95.5

96.1

104.9

111.0

116.8

121.4

134.0

148.2

94.8

94.3

99.5

107.7

113.8

120.3

122.4

137.8

155.1

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1.1
.2

.3
.4
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1.1
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1.8
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1.2
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1.8
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3.4
1.0

1.4
1.1

1.9
1.3

3.7
1.1

1.6
1.2

2.8
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3.0
.9

3.5
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2.1
0

.1
.3

.3
.1

-.3
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-.5
-.2

.1
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2.2
0
-1.1

2.2
-.1
-1.1

2.5
-.1
-1.1

2.7
-.1
-1.0

-1.7

3.3
-.2
-1.7

3.6
-.2
-1.2

3.9
-.2
-1.7

4.3
-.2
-1.5

.5
.9
0
-.1
.9

.3
.5
.1
0
.5

.3
.2
-.2
0
.5

.4
.7
.3
.3
.6

-.5
.9
.1
.1
.6

-1.2
.9
0
.4
.7

0
-.1
.4

-.3
.8
0
.2
.7

.7
.1
-.1
.1

91.7

93.0

98.3

105.7

111.9

117.3

119.5

133.5

157.0

.2

Expenditures

Cash payments to the public
Less: Coverage differences:
District of Columbia
Federal Home Loan banks and Federal Land banks
Other 5
Financial transactions:
Net lending 6
Net purchases of foreign currency
Timing differences:
Checks outstanding and certain other accounts
Miscellaneous7
Plus: Netting and grossing differences:
Contributions to government employee retirement funds
Taxes received from rest of the world 3
Other 4
Timing differences:
Purchases (increase in payables net of advances)8
Interest
Transfer payments
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises
Miscellaneous9
!.
Equals: Federal Government expenditures, national income and product accounts

See footnote(s) at end of table.




2.9
-.2

.6
.4

150

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8
Table 3.18A.—Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to the
Consolidated Cash Statement: Fiscal Years, 1959-67—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1959

1960

1962

1961

1963

Line

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

19.4

25.8

28.5

23.4

20.6

24.8

28.5

23.4

21.3

26.2

31.0

26.0

23.0

28.2

32.6

27.3

0
0

.1
0
2

.1
0
2

.1
0
6

0
0

.1
0
1

.1
0
1

.1

0

0

.1
0
0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

IV

Receipts

Cash receipts from the public

1

21.4

Less: Coverage differences:
District of Columbia
Other1
Financial transactions
Miscellaneous2

2
3
4

0
0

5

0

Taxes received from rest of the world 3
Other4
Timing differences:
Corporate income tax
Federal and State unemployment insurance

.1
0
2

0

1
2

.1

.2

o

2

.1
1

0
0

0
5

.1

1

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0

.1

.1

1

2

1

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0

0

0

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0

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.7

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.7

.7

.7

.7

.7

.8

.8

.8

7
8

0
-.2

0
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0
-.2

0
-.4

0
-.2

0
-.3

0
-.2

0
-.3

0
-.2

0
-.3

0
-.2

0
-.3

0
-.3

0
-.6

0
-.3

0
-.5

0
-.4

0
-.6

-1 9

-1 1

6

8

-22

-7

1.4

20

-1 5

-5

-1 7

0

-.2

-.1

0

-.2

-.1

.7

9

1 3

1 4

10

-.2

-.1

.3

0

11

-.2

.4

.1

.3

-.1
0
0

.1
0
0

.1
0
.1

.1
0
-.1

15

22.3

21.2

24.5

Cash payments to the public

16

24.4

23.9

Less: Coverage differences:
District of Columbia
Federal Home Loan banks and Federal Land

17
18

1
.5

Equals: Federal Government receipts, national income and product accounts.

1

6

12
13
14

Withheld personal income tax and social security contributions.
Excise taxes
Other
..
Miscellaneous

0
0

1

.4

.1

1 1

1 5

-.2

-.1

.1

.3

-.3

.2

.4

.1

-.6

-.1

1.1

.2

0
0

-.2
0
0

.1

0
0

-.1
0
0

.2

0
0

-.1
0
0

.1

0

.1
0
0

-.1
0
0

27.5

23.5

21.5

23.2

27.9

24.3

23.7

26.0

31.0

25.9

24.3

22.0

24.1

24.2

24.5

23.4

27.4

26.7

27.2

25.9

27.9

28.5

1
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1
-.6

1
.1

1
-.1

1
.1

1
-.7

1
.4

1
.4

1
.4

1
-.4

1
.7

1
.5

0

-.3
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0

.1

.1

oo.l

Plus: Netting and grossing differences:
Contributions to government employee retire-

1

24.5

0

1 9

-.1

-.5

.1

0
0

-.2
0
0

0
0

27.9

32.9

28.1

26.6

29.6

26.5

29.1

31.0

30.6

1
.3

1
-1.1

1
.8

1
1.1

1
.6

0
0

.2

17

-.2

.2

Expenditures

Other5
Financial transactions:
Net lending6
Net purchases of foreign currency
Timing differences:
Checks outstanding and certain other ac-

19

0

.1

20
21

-.1
.3

.5
.2

.7
.3

22

.7

.1

-.5

Miscellaneous7

23

-2

-1

2

Plus: Netting and grossing differences:
Contributions to government employee retire-

0

0

.3
.3
0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

.3
.3

.5
.4

.5
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1.9
.2

.2

.6
.2

-.8

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1

2

0

0

.1

0
.2
.4

.4
.3

-.6

-.3

.5

o

-3

1

.7
.3

1.0
.3

-.4

.7

.2

-.1

.1

0

.1

0

.1

0
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1.2
.3

.6
.2

.7
.3

0
.4

.5

-.8

-.2

.8

0

2

.2

-.1

0

-2

24

.5

.6

.6

.6

.6

.6

.7

.6

.6

.7

.7

.7

.7

.7

.7

.8

.8

.8

Taxes received from rest of the world 3
Other4
Timing differences:
Purchases (increase in payables net of advances)8.
Interest
Transfer payments
Subsidies less current surplus of government

25
26

0
-.2

0
-.3

0
-.2

0
-.4

0
-.2

0
-.3

0
-.2

0
-.3

0
-.2

0
-.3

0
-.2

0
-.3

0
-.3

0
-.6

0
-.3

0
-.5

0
-.4

0
-.6

27

0

.3

-.1

0

.2

.1

.1

-.1

.2

.2

0

-.1

0

-.5

.1

.2

28
29
30

.4
.1
-.1

.2
0
.1

.1
0
0

-.2
0
.1

-.1
0
-.1

.2
0
.1

-.2
0
0

.3
-.2
0

-.3
.2
0

.7
.1
0

.5
0
-.1

-.1
0
.3

.1

.3

.3

.2

-.3

Miscellaneous9 ..

31

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.2

.1

.1

.2

.1

.1

.1

.2

.2

.1

32

24.0

23.7

22.2

23.1

23.8

24.3

24.4

25.9

25.0

26.4

26.6

27.8

27.7

28.6

27.6

28.0

29.9

28.9

Equals: Federal Government expenditures, national
income and product accounts.
See footnote(s) at end of table.




.4
0
0

.2
.1
0
-.1

.3
0
0

0
.2

0

0

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-8

151

Table 3.18A.—Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to the
Consolidated Cash Statement: Fiscal Years, 1959-67—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1964

1

I

1965

III

II

I

IV

II

1967

1966

III

IV

II

I

III

I

IV

II

380

49 9

.1

III

IV

Receipts

Cash receipts from the public

1

30 3

334

27 0

24 3

30.7

37.7

Less: Coverage differences:
District of Columbia
Other 1
Financial transactions
Miscellaneous2

2
3
4
5

.1
0
.1
0

.1
0
.1
0

.1
0
.1
0

.1
0
.1
.1

.1
0
.1
0

.1
0
.1
0

Plus: Netting and grossing differences:
Contributions to government employee retire-

6

.9

.9

Taxes received from rest of the world 3
Other 4
Timing differences:
Corporate income tax
Federal and State unemployment insurance

7
8

Withheld personal income tax and social security contributions.
Excise taxes
Other
Miscellaneous

11

Equals: Federal Government receipts, national income and product accounts.

9
10

12
13
14

.9
0

5

.8
0

3

.9
0

3

.9
0

4

292

25 9

.1
0

.1

46 2

346

.1

.1

311

.1

.1

.1
.1

.1
.2

.1
.1

.3
.1

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.1

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0
0
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1.0

1.0

1.1

1.0

1.1

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•j

•j

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0

0

.1
0

333

.1
0

.9

1.0

0

0

0

0

35 9

32 5

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.1
0

0
.1

.1
.1

1.1

1.2

1.2

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0

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2

2

3

4

4

g

4

5

2

4

1

2

-1.6
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-1.2
0

1.4
-.3

2.2
-.1

-1.2
.4

-3.4
0

1.4
-.2

1.8
-.1

-1.4
.3

-7.2
-.1

1.4
-.2

2.2

0

•j

-1.7
.1

-.6
0

1.5
_2

1.6
-.1

-.1

.1

-.5

.1

.4

.1

-.2

.1

1.3

-1.4

-1.3

.6

.9

0

-.2

-.3

-.2
0
.1

.1
0
-1

.1
0
0

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0

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0
0

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0

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0
0

0

0
0

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0

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0
0
1

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1

1

-.7
0
1

41.6

34.7

33.4

37.8

42.3

37.5

35.0

34.6

36.2

41.3

38.8

36.7

38.4

45.1

43.5

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0

.1
1.2

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-.6

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-2.0

.1
-1.2

.1
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0

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0

o

o

15

28.7

33.4

28.1

26.0

30.3

36.9

30.1

28.4

33.8

16

28.7

30.1

30.9

30.6

28.3

32.6

33.1

34.0

17
18

.1
-.5

.1
.5

.1
.3

.1
.3

.1
-.3

.1
1.0

.1
.5

.1
.2

o

o

0

o'

o

Expenditures

Cash payments to the public ....

1

.1

1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

1

1

.1

1

.1

.1

.1

.4

.1

.8

.4

1.6

-.3

1.7

2.0

.1

1.6

1.6

-.4

-.8

1.7

.1

-.2

.1

0

0

1.2
.1

1.1

.3

-.8

0

-.1

.3

.1

.1

1.1

1.1

1.2

1.2

.4

.2

22

_ o

-1.4

.4

23

1

.1

.1

21

24

.9

.8

.9

0

.6

.2

-.1

.9

1.0

.9

.1

.2

0

1.0

1.1

1.0

1.0
•j

2

2

3

4

4

•
J
g

.4

-.2

-.2

-.1

.3

-.4

-.1

.1
0
-.1

.3
0
.1

.1
0
.1

.1
0
.1

.4

.2

.1

.2

0

.1

.2

32.7

32.6

-.2

-1.3

.9

.3
0
.1

.1
0
.5

.3
0
-.1

Miscellaneous9

31

.2

.2

.2

0

32

28.7

29.9

30.7

0

4

29.5

0

28.8

1. Consists largely of contributions for social insurance by residents of U.S. territories and Puerto Rico.
2. Consists largely of sales of land, receipts from offshore oil leases, and Treasury receipts from sales of foreign
currencies to government agencies.
3. Taxes received from rest of the world are included in receipts in the cash budget and netted against expenditures (transfer payments) in the national income and product accounts.
4. Consists largely of sales of goods and services and interest receipts, which are recorded as receipts in the
cash budget and netted against expenditures in the national income and product accounts.
5. Consists of transfer payments, subsidies, and grants-in-aid to residents of U.S. territories and Puerto Rico.
6. Includes the financial transactions of deposit insurance funds.




0

•j

28
29
30

Equals: Federal Government expenditures, national
income and product accounts.

0

0

.9

27

3

.4

•j

0
c

.3

.8

•j

25
9fi

0

-.1

-.7

.2

.9

Taxes received from rest of the world 3
fithor4
Timing differences:
Purchases (increase in payables net of advances) 8 .
Interest
Transfer payments
Subsidies less current surplus of government

0

.3

0

CO

Plus: Netting and grossing differences:
Contributions to government employee retire-

1
1 3
0

CVJ

. ...

19

C\l

Miscellaneous7

.1

20

CVI

Less: Coverage differences:
District of Columbia
Federal Home Loan banks and Federal
Land banks.
Other 5
Financial transactions:
Net lending 6
Net purchases of foreign currency
Timing differences:
Checks outstanding and certain other ac-

30.4

0
0

.4

.5

0

•i

•j

•j

•j

4

5

2

4

1

-.3

.2

-.9

.3

-1.6

.4

.5

.3

.2

.7

.1

.3

0
-.3

0
-.2

-.3
0
0

.3
0'
0

.3

.1

.2

.1

0

-.1

.2

-.3

33.1

35.1

38.9

37.8

39.8

40.4

42.7

42.3

0
-.1

0

0

•j

0
.3

2

7. Consists largely of offshore oil leases and purchases of land and certain purchases of foreign currency from
the Treasury by Government agencies.
8. Consists largely of real estate transactions, sales of military equipment to foreign countries, purchases of farm
commodities, and purchases of defense equipment and supplies.
9. Consists largely of net expenditures of foreign currencies, grants to the District of Columbia, and net purchases
of silver and minor coin metal.

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

152

Table 3.18B—Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to the
Unified Budget, Fiscal Years, 1968-88
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1971

1970

1972

1974

1973

1975

1977

1976

1978

Receipts

153.7

Unified budget receipts
Less: Coverage differencesl
Financial transactions

2322

193.7

188.4

208.6

264.9

281.0

300.0

Plus: Netting and grossing differences:
Contributions to government employee retirement funds.
Taxes received from rest of the world 2
Other3
Timing differences:
Corporate income tax
Federal and State unemployment insurance
taxes.
Withheld personal income tax and social security contributions.
Excise taxes
Other
.'
Miscellaneous4

4.0

4.6

-.3
1.6

5.6

-3.1
0

.7

6.3

7.3

82

9.4

11.3

13.1

14.5

16.2

-.4
2.6

-.4
2.6

-.4
2.5

-.4
3.2

-.6
3.7

-.7
4.9

-.9
3.8

-3.9

-.1

5.0
.6

-.8
.3

1.3
.4

1.8
-.1

.9
.4

12

-1.7

1.0

1.6

-.4
.1
.1

-.1
.1
-.1

-.1
2
0

-1
.1
0

-2
2
0

-.2
0
.1

-.1
.3
0

-.1
2
0

1975

1962

217.9

244.7

277.3

290.7

322.0

375.4

423.8

184.5

196.6

211.4

2313

246.5

268.4

324.6

365.6

4015

450.8

.5
.4

.5
.3

.6
2

.7
-.1

.9
-2

12
-1.8

1.3
-3.4

2.1
-9.4

2.8
-8.9

3.1
-8.9

3.5
-10.2

8.1
0
.7
-2

32
0
.3
-.3

3.6
0
.3
-.3

2.4
0
.2
-.3

3.3
0
.1
.1

1.2
0
0
0

4.8
0
0
0

11.7
0
0
-.3

10.9
0
0
.1

12.7
0
0
-.3

21.2
0
0
-.6

-.3
2

-2

-2.5
.1

-6.3
.3

-1.9
.3

-1.3
.3

-1.6
2

-12
.4

0
0
0

0

0

161.9

Equals: Federal Government receipts, national income and product accounts.

402.0

-.4
2.3

-.4
1.9
-2.4
0

3565
.8

187.8

.1
.1

192.4

178.8

Expenditures

UfwflBu DUQQGt OUtteVS

•

•

•••••••

•••

Less: Coverage differences:
Geographic 5
Financial transactions:
Net lending
Deposit insurance
Net purchases of foreign currency
Other
Net purchases of land:
Outer Continental Shelf
Other
Plus: Netting and grossing differences:
Contributions to government employee retirement funds.
Taxes received from rest of the world 2
Other3
Timing differences:
Purchases i
vances).
interest
Transfer payments
Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Miscellaneous7
EquabKFjMtoral Government expenditures, national
income and product accounts.
See footnotes) at end of table.




.1

4.0

4.6

5.6

6.3

7.3

82

9.4

11.3

13.1

14.5

16.2

-.3
1.6

-.4
1.9

-.4
2.1

-.4
2.3

-.4
2.6

-.4
2.6

-.4
2.5

-.4
3.2

-.6
3.7

-.7
4.9

-.9
3.8

.1
.1
.3

0
.1
0

0
-.4
.4

-.1
0
-.1

-2
2
-.1

-.3

-2.5

2
0
2

0
0
0

2.1
-.1
.1
.2

-2

0
2
-2

-.1
.5
.1

1.5
-.3
.1
.4

.3

.1

.1

.4

2

.3

.5

.1

.3

2

.4

173.6

1865

199.0

217.6

236.3

2612

284.1

336.0

379.0

417.1

4585

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1959-88

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Table 3.18B—Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to the
Unified Budget, Fiscal Years, 1968-88-Continued
[Biilions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Une

Unified budget receipts
Less: Covsrage differences *
Financial transactions
Plus: Netting and grossing differences:
Contributions to government employee retirement funds.
Taxes received from rest of the world2
Other3
Timing differences:
Corporate income tax
Federal and State unemployment insurance
taxes.
Withheld personal income tax and social security contributions.
Excise taxes
Other
Miscellaneous4
Equals: Federal Government receipts, national income and product accounts.

1979

1980

1981

1982

1984

1983

1985

1987

1986

65.9

520.1

602.6

617.8

600.6

666.5

734.1

769.1

854.1

.7
0

.8
0

1.1
0

1.5
0

1.1
0

1.1
0

1.1
0

2.1
0

1.5
0

1.0
0

18.0

20.6

23.5

25.7

28.3

29.7

32.3

33.7

35.4

38.7

-1.1
4.2

-1.5
4.7

-1.6
5.9

-1.4
11.0

-12
10.7

-1.2
12.8

-1.8
14.8

-1.8
12.3

-1.9
13.0

-2.5
16.5

1.8
.1

-52
.1

-3.6
.1

-11.5
.4

6.4
1.4

4.4
.2

-1.0
0

2.1
.5

2.7
-1.7

-.7
-.4

2.0

-.4

-3.1

2.6

.3

1.6

.6

1.2

-.3

-1.3

-.1
.3
0

.3
2
.1

-.1
.3
0

-.7
.2
0

.7
.3
0

-1.0
0
-.1

-.8
0
0

-1.5
.4
-.1

-.8
.1
-.1

-3.0
.3
-.4

490.5

538.1

623.0

642.7

646.4

711.7

77.0

813.8

899.1

955.1

493.2

579.0

660.5

728.4

795.9

841.8

936.8

989.8

1,0022

1,064.1

3.9
-12.2

4.4
-14.1

4.6
-20.6

5.0
-172

4.8
-12.0

5.1
-9.6

5.3
-«.5

5.4
-2.4

5.4
-1.4

5.6
0

202
0
0
-2

25.7
0
0
-.5

29.5
.9
0
.4

26.2
1.3
0
.7

16.0
2.6
0
-.3

11.7
3.1
0

31.9
2.6
0
-1.7

14.3
62
0
-3.0

.5
7.5
0
-4.6

3.5
14.7
0
-2.3

-1.9
.4

-2.8
.4

-7.8
.2

-2.4
2

-7.5
2

-3.4
.1

-1.9
2

-2.1
2

-1.6
2

-1.3
12

Expenditures

Unified budget outlays
Less: Coverage differences:
Geogr