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Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments Program in Canadian County, Oklahoma totaled $2.8 million from 1995-2012.

Counties in Canadian County, Oklahoma Receiving Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments Program payments, 1995-2012
Rank County Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments Program
1995-2012
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Cimarron County, Oklahoma$12,452,75910.9%10.9%
2Texas County, Oklahoma$10,470,6629.2%20.1%
3Grant County, Oklahoma$9,801,4948.6%28.7%
4Garfield County, Oklahoma$6,059,2325.3%34.0%
5Tillman County, Oklahoma$5,531,9064.9%38.9%
6Kiowa County, Oklahoma$5,186,9794.6%43.4%
7Noble County, Oklahoma$5,122,7834.5%47.9%
8Kay County, Oklahoma$4,726,4124.1%52.1%
9Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$4,442,5203.9%56.0%
10Jackson County, Oklahoma$4,438,8183.9%59.9%
11Woods County, Oklahoma$3,717,2133.3%63.1%
12Custer County, Oklahoma$3,094,9572.7%65.8%
13Cotton County, Oklahoma$3,081,6572.7%68.6%
14Washita County, Oklahoma$2,945,4802.6%71.1%
15Beaver County, Oklahoma$2,771,7382.4%73.6%
16Canadian County, Oklahoma$2,751,9512.4%76.0%
17Caddo County, Oklahoma$2,611,7302.3%78.3%
18Harper County, Oklahoma$2,580,6502.3%80.5%
19Blaine County, Oklahoma$2,465,3852.2%82.7%
20Dewey County, Oklahoma$2,446,1242.1%84.8%
21Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$2,096,6031.8%86.7%
22Major County, Oklahoma$1,738,2661.5%88.2%
23Greer County, Oklahoma$1,409,5751.2%89.4%
24Comanche County, Oklahoma$1,153,8401.0%90.5%
25Beckham County, Oklahoma$1,129,7901.0%91.5%
26Ellis County, Oklahoma$1,038,9460.9%92.4%
27Logan County, Oklahoma$892,0090.8%93.1%
28Woodward County, Oklahoma$876,9260.8%93.9%
29Harmon County, Oklahoma$865,7950.8%94.7%
30McCurtain County, Oklahoma$522,7430.5%95.1%
31Garvin County, Oklahoma$400,2980.4%95.5%
32Grady County, Oklahoma$368,4770.3%95.8%
33Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$367,1220.3%96.1%
34Jefferson County, Oklahoma$306,9830.3%96.4%
35Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$295,6950.3%96.7%
36Wagoner County, Oklahoma$267,3200.2%96.9%
37Muskogee County, Oklahoma$267,0340.2%97.1%
38Stephens County, Oklahoma$257,3700.2%97.4%
39Bryan County, Oklahoma$248,6570.2%97.6%
40Washington County, Oklahoma$232,5640.2%97.8%
41Payne County, Oklahoma$230,1500.2%98.0%
42Love County, Oklahoma$228,3520.2%98.2%
43Pawnee County, Oklahoma$228,0960.2%98.4%
44Craig County, Oklahoma$207,1620.2%98.6%
45McClain County, Oklahoma$193,6280.2%98.7%
46Osage County, Oklahoma$181,1880.2%98.9%
47Tulsa County, Oklahoma$177,5240.2%99.0%
48Carter County, Oklahoma$157,8780.1%99.2%
49Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$149,4380.1%99.3%
50Ottawa County, Oklahoma$98,2900.1%99.4%
51Atoka County, Oklahoma$93,3560.1%99.5%
52Choctaw County, Oklahoma$71,0110.1%99.5%
53Hughes County, Oklahoma$64,1970.1%99.6%
54Johnston County, Oklahoma$61,3630.1%99.7%
55Marshall County, Oklahoma$53,0650.0%99.7%
56Nowata County, Oklahoma$50,8030.0%99.7%
57Cleveland County, Oklahoma$45,8860.0%99.8%
58Coal County, Oklahoma$44,9720.0%99.8%
59Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$28,1140.0%99.9%
60Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$22,9790.0%99.9%
61McIntosh County, Oklahoma$22,6470.0%99.9%
62Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$21,1980.0%99.9%
63Lincoln County, Oklahoma$16,6970.0%99.9%
64Seminole County, Oklahoma$13,3950.0%99.9%
65Murray County, Oklahoma$12,4400.0%99.9%
66Rogers County, Oklahoma$9,9880.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.