USDA subsidies in Delaware totaled $19.1 million in 2017

Total USDA - Subsidies by state, 2017

Rank State Total USDA - Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$1,502,459,0419.3%9.3%
2North Dakota$1,141,257,0437.1%16.3%
3Nebraska$1,060,130,1386.5%22.9%
4Iowa$1,012,543,9376.3%29.1%
5Kansas$1,002,390,4696.2%35.3%
6Illinois$958,958,0555.9%41.3%
7South Dakota$946,863,0915.8%47.1%
8Minnesota$755,703,3214.7%51.8%
9Missouri$622,577,1233.8%55.6%
10Arkansas$614,074,9423.8%59.4%
11Indiana$555,859,0403.4%62.9%
12Ohio$501,540,5233.1%65.9%
13Montana$435,507,3292.7%68.6%
14Georgia$432,279,6942.7%71.3%
15Oklahoma$356,444,9872.2%73.5%
16Colorado$350,310,3562.2%75.7%
17California$341,391,5132.1%77.8%
18Mississippi$326,602,6352.0%79.8%
19Michigan$304,081,9731.9%81.7%
20Louisiana$296,361,6621.8%83.5%
21Washington$277,065,5011.7%85.2%
22North Carolina$260,485,1711.6%86.8%
23Wisconsin$244,981,7521.5%88.3%
24Kentucky$241,915,5211.5%89.8%
25Alabama$232,941,1951.4%91.3%
26Tennessee$190,956,1241.2%92.5%
27Idaho$186,425,7001.2%93.6%
28Florida$139,548,1970.9%94.5%
29South Carolina$115,145,7200.7%95.2%
30Oregon$108,207,5260.7%95.9%
31Pennsylvania$100,916,9720.6%96.5%
32Virginia$99,829,3420.6%97.1%
33New York$92,940,8720.6%97.7%
34New Mexico$87,849,9700.5%98.2%
35Arizona$74,678,0640.5%98.7%
36Maryland$65,525,1970.4%99.1%
37Wyoming$44,370,0460.3%99.4%
38Utah$26,700,2030.2%99.5%
39Delaware$19,059,2440.1%99.6%
40New Jersey$11,675,1040.1%99.7%
41Maine$9,726,8630.1%99.8%
42Hawaii$8,085,5290.0%99.8%
43Nevada$7,841,4370.0%99.9%
44West Virginia$6,013,2910.0%99.9%
45Connecticut$4,719,5520.0%99.9%
46Massachusetts$4,610,1590.0%100.0%
47Vermont$3,524,5140.0%100.0%
48New Hampshire$1,245,2230.0%100.0%
49Alaska$1,091,4110.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$374,0290.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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