Deficiency Payments in Palm Beach County, Florida totaled $146,953 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Palm Beach County, Florida Receiving Deficiency Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Deficiency Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Jackson County, Florida$217,70413.1%13.1%
2Leon County, Florida$205,16812.4%25.5%
3Hamilton County, Florida$191,85511.6%37.1%
4Palm Beach County, Florida$146,9538.9%46.0%
5Alachua County, Florida$136,8748.3%54.3%
6Jefferson County, Florida$133,0518.0%62.3%
7Columbia County, Florida$87,4225.3%67.6%
8Levy County, Florida$81,6864.9%72.5%
9Suwannee County, Florida$75,7844.6%77.1%
10Gilchrist County, Florida$74,1814.5%81.6%
11Calhoun County, Florida$66,5944.0%85.6%
12Lafayette County, Florida$54,2273.3%88.8%
13Madison County, Florida$42,8212.6%91.4%
14Washington County, Florida$41,5822.5%93.9%
15Gulf County, Florida$38,3492.3%96.3%
16Gadsden County, Florida$32,5682.0%98.2%
17Holmes County, Florida$25,4711.5%99.8%
18Indian River County, Florida$24,3581.5%101.2%
19Glades County, Florida$22,7651.4%102.6%
20Union County, Florida$19,9691.2%103.8%
21Walton County, Florida$18,9051.1%105.0%
22Nassau County, Florida$16,5691.0%106.0%
23Highlands County, Florida$15,3500.9%106.9%
24Okaloosa County, Florida$13,3220.8%107.7%
25Polk County, Florida$10,4420.6%108.3%
26Escambia County, Florida$9,2220.6%108.9%
27Putnam County, Florida$6,2760.4%109.3%
28Dixie County, Florida$4,7100.3%109.5%
29Taylor County, Florida$4,2500.3%109.8%
30Wakulla County, Florida$3,8660.2%110.0%
31Marion County, Florida$3,6470.2%110.2%
32Liberty County, Florida$2,6040.2%110.4%
33Bradford County, Florida$2,2710.1%110.5%
34Baker County, Florida$1,1170.1%110.6%
35Hernando County, Florida$6050.0%110.6%
36Sumter County, Florida$2010.0%110.7%
37Citrus County, Florida$1560.0%110.7%
38Santa Rosa County, Florida$-176,695-10.7%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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