Map 2: Deposit Growth Was Weakest in the Midwest and New England

A map showings the five-year growth change in deposits at FDIC-insured institutions in the United States between 2004 and 2009. The highest rates of growth, between 7.81% and 36.93%, tended to be in the northern and mountain states such as Alaska, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. The slowest growth and decrease in the amount of deposits, between 3.15% and 4.25%, was found in Midwest and New England states, including Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, Ohio, and Vermont. This information comes from the FDIC.