Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Franklin County, Georgia totaled $6.4 million from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$5,500,577,43416.9%16.9%
2Oklahoma$2,635,652,6008.1%25.0%
3North Dakota$2,119,077,8126.5%31.5%
4Kansas$1,987,275,5056.1%37.5%
5South Dakota$1,700,254,3345.2%42.8%
6Nebraska$1,417,264,4334.3%47.1%
7Florida$1,209,545,5363.7%50.8%
8California$1,208,907,5023.7%54.5%
9Missouri$1,020,164,6103.1%57.7%
10Georgia$997,399,4083.1%60.7%
11Montana$955,211,3122.9%63.6%
12Colorado$946,546,2122.9%66.5%
13Iowa$803,020,3552.5%69.0%
14Minnesota$800,997,5842.5%71.5%
15Arkansas$731,347,1052.2%73.7%
16North Carolina$670,257,9732.1%75.8%
17Alabama$607,729,2341.9%77.6%
18New Mexico$571,739,5651.8%79.4%
19Mississippi$448,654,6591.4%80.8%
20Illinois$440,144,9971.3%82.1%
21Ohio$412,518,0821.3%83.4%
22Michigan$390,288,6241.2%84.6%
23Wisconsin$381,318,4361.2%85.7%
24Wyoming$374,878,5701.1%86.9%
25Indiana$357,396,0481.1%88.0%
26Washington$356,210,2531.1%89.1%
27Louisiana$355,032,4851.1%90.2%
28Tennessee$346,906,7101.1%91.2%
29Oregon$322,764,5941.0%92.2%
30Kentucky$314,316,2911.0%93.2%
31Idaho$313,225,6921.0%94.1%
32South Carolina$278,868,4120.9%95.0%
33Virginia$266,425,6180.8%95.8%
34Utah$232,861,9530.7%96.5%
35New York$215,501,3760.7%97.2%
36Arizona$162,501,6890.5%97.7%
37Pennsylvania$154,240,1210.5%98.2%
38Nevada$121,001,1790.4%98.5%
39Hawaii$89,187,1660.3%98.8%
40Maryland$69,606,2390.2%99.0%
41New Jersey$60,088,6980.2%99.2%
42Massachusetts$57,749,3160.2%99.4%
43Vermont$53,280,3520.2%99.5%
44Connecticut$40,489,2890.1%99.7%
45Maine$37,875,4790.1%99.8%
46West Virginia$25,315,4380.1%99.9%
47Delaware$24,980,3700.1%99.9%
48New Hampshire$8,537,8790.0%100.0%
49Alaska$6,422,7200.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$4,712,9940.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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