Miscellaneous Disaster Programs payments in Georgia totaled $916,018 in 2023

States Receiving Miscellaneous Disaster Programs payments, 2023

Rank State Miscellaneous Disaster Programs
2023
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Arkansas$120,032,39640.8%40.8%
2California$42,605,68314.5%55.3%
3Louisiana$38,668,99313.1%68.4%
4Kentucky$22,657,1737.7%76.1%
5Texas$19,111,2536.5%82.6%
6Missouri$16,107,6225.5%88.1%
7Mississippi$9,405,5363.2%91.3%
8Florida$8,804,3703.0%94.2%
9Oregon$4,937,0921.7%95.9%
10Minnesota$3,790,6771.3%97.2%
11South Dakota$2,835,9811.0%98.2%
12Montana$1,830,2310.6%98.8%
13Georgia$916,0180.3%99.1%
14Iowa$783,7090.3%99.4%
15Alabama$371,4490.1%99.5%
16Tennessee$364,6840.1%99.6%
17Michigan$347,4590.1%99.7%
18New Jersey$245,4490.1%99.8%
19Illinois$158,4870.1%99.9%
20Ohio$103,1640.0%99.9%
21South Carolina$100,6800.0%100.0%
22Maine$65,4300.0%100.0%
23Wisconsin$26,0910.0%100.0%
24Wyoming$15,7850.0%100.0%
25North Carolina$10,6900.0%100.0%
26New York$8,8130.0%100.0%
27Washington$7,7630.0%100.0%
28Kansas$5,7100.0%100.0%
29Indiana$1,4760.0%100.0%
30Hawaii$1,1760.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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