USDA subsidies in the United States totaled $14.9 billion in 2012

Total USDA - Subsidies by state, 2012

Rank State Total USDA - Subsidies
2012
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$1,377,033,8379.2%9.2%
2Iowa$1,286,174,5888.6%17.9%
3Illinois$1,016,478,5346.8%24.7%
4Minnesota$952,893,0286.4%31.1%
5North Dakota$938,859,7476.3%37.4%
6Kansas$927,939,1026.2%43.6%
7Nebraska$782,012,3835.2%48.9%
8South Dakota$722,488,9154.8%53.7%
9Missouri$548,720,7213.7%57.4%
10Indiana$524,311,7263.5%60.9%
11Ohio$427,053,9152.9%63.8%
12Wisconsin$414,187,6312.8%66.5%
13Oklahoma$382,962,5102.6%69.1%
14Arkansas$365,453,3462.5%71.6%
15California$345,130,4242.3%73.9%
16North Carolina$329,607,4642.2%76.1%
17Montana$307,516,8132.1%78.2%
18Colorado$289,256,3661.9%80.1%
19Georgia$276,091,4261.9%81.9%
20Mississippi$266,182,0971.8%83.7%
21Michigan$263,120,4961.8%85.5%
22Kentucky$260,869,4421.8%87.2%
23Washington$250,121,3591.7%88.9%
24Louisiana$209,955,7441.4%90.3%
25Tennessee$172,085,5201.2%91.5%
26Alabama$141,384,6990.9%92.4%
27Idaho$137,195,6180.9%93.4%
28Pennsylvania$128,501,6870.9%94.2%
29Virginia$123,319,1320.8%95.0%
30Florida$114,278,9110.8%95.8%
31South Carolina$103,503,9090.7%96.5%
32New York$100,102,0320.7%97.2%
33Oregon$89,826,6350.6%97.8%
34New Mexico$87,286,0490.6%98.4%
35Maryland$59,866,3430.4%98.8%
36Arizona$44,460,3880.3%99.1%
37Wyoming$24,787,6120.2%99.2%
38Utah$18,995,1130.1%99.4%
39Delaware$15,933,2980.1%99.5%
40Vermont$15,895,6140.1%99.6%
41Maine$14,331,5850.1%99.7%
42New Jersey$11,406,8970.1%99.8%
43Massachusetts$8,689,5360.1%99.8%
44Connecticut$6,506,6940.0%99.9%
45Hawaii$6,378,0870.0%99.9%
46West Virginia$5,835,1170.0%99.9%
47Nevada$5,485,0740.0%100.0%
48New Hampshire$2,410,3930.0%100.0%
49Alaska$1,381,7100.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$440,6060.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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