If asked what state had the highest value of GSP imports in 2011, there’s a good chance you’d guess California – and you’d be right.  But what about these questions:

-which state ranked 10th in both GSP imports and tariff savings?
-which state’s imports would face the highest average tariffs without GSP?

Those are a little trickier, and it’s unlikely that you would guess Michigan and Rhode Island.  Now there’s no need to guess, as you can download estimated 2011 GSP imports, tariff savings, and average tariff rate for all 50 states (plus DC) here .

We also plan to add more info to our GSP State Reports page in the future, so keep an eye out for more state-by-state analyses.