Commodity subsidies in the United States totaled $1.1 billion in 2014

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 2014

Rank State Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$251,797,05222.5%22.5%
2North Carolina$114,147,52110.2%32.7%
3Georgia$90,516,0978.1%40.7%
4Mississippi$65,535,6175.8%46.6%
5South Dakota$57,890,2665.2%51.7%
6North Dakota$48,853,2824.4%56.1%
7Iowa$47,694,7934.3%60.4%
8Kentucky$46,676,9324.2%64.5%
9Arkansas$41,798,1663.7%68.3%
10Minnesota$40,591,3453.6%71.9%
11Louisiana$40,093,8623.6%75.5%
12Tennessee$33,139,2523.0%78.4%
13California$30,841,4552.8%81.2%
14South Carolina$28,136,6372.5%83.7%
15Alabama$27,009,9032.4%86.1%
16Arizona$24,517,1712.2%88.3%
17Missouri$22,137,8452.0%90.3%
18Virginia$20,449,8711.8%92.1%
19Oklahoma$17,523,4521.6%93.6%
20Nebraska$12,397,9511.1%94.7%
21Kansas$10,851,4861.0%95.7%
22Wisconsin$9,288,2790.8%96.5%
23Florida$6,745,2540.6%97.1%
24Colorado$5,586,3380.5%97.6%
25New Mexico$4,573,5880.4%98.1%
26Montana$3,344,0460.3%98.4%
27Indiana$3,301,8420.3%98.6%
28Maine$3,101,1350.3%98.9%
29Illinois$2,643,8750.2%99.2%
30Ohio$1,724,0000.2%99.3%
31Idaho$1,607,1400.1%99.5%
32Michigan$1,314,8820.1%99.6%
33Massachusetts$1,151,6980.1%99.7%
34West Virginia$1,108,3470.1%99.8%
35Wyoming$815,8280.1%99.8%
36Oregon$536,2490.0%99.9%
37Utah$253,9910.0%99.9%
38Alaska$231,6640.0%99.9%
39New Hampshire$204,2640.0%100.0%
40Pennsylvania$185,8640.0%100.0%
41Vermont$180,3710.0%100.0%
42Maryland$150,1900.0%100.0%
43Rhode Island$122,3110.0%100.0%
44Nevada$102,5880.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$65,7530.0%100.0%
46Delaware$59,1110.0%100.0%
47Washington$52,5620.0%100.0%
48Hawaii$28,5250.0%100.0%
49New Jersey$10,7100.0%100.0%
50New York$-467,514-0.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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