USDA subsidies in Pulaski County, Georgia totaled $116 million from 1995-2020‡.

Total USDA - Subsidies by state, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Total USDA - Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$39,874,593,1639.4%9.4%
2Iowa$35,523,046,3038.4%17.8%
3Illinois$29,480,408,9306.9%24.7%
4Minnesota$24,721,948,6385.8%30.5%
5Kansas$24,648,223,2055.8%36.3%
6Nebraska$24,250,509,3995.7%42.1%
7North Dakota$23,024,032,8455.4%47.5%
8South Dakota$18,201,318,2464.3%51.8%
9Missouri$15,545,204,6793.7%55.4%
10Indiana$14,887,369,9393.5%58.9%
11Arkansas$14,768,374,1263.5%62.4%
12California$13,679,393,2763.2%65.7%
13Ohio$11,602,190,1832.7%68.4%
14Mississippi$10,637,876,1642.5%70.9%
15Oklahoma$10,202,732,6322.4%73.3%
16Wisconsin$10,103,088,6092.4%75.7%
17Georgia$9,835,788,3202.3%78.0%
18Montana$8,872,696,7602.1%80.1%
19Colorado$7,748,307,5051.8%81.9%
20North Carolina$7,670,908,0051.8%83.7%
21Louisiana$7,418,532,9961.7%85.5%
22Michigan$7,090,364,0231.7%87.1%
23Washington$6,430,645,0811.5%88.7%
24Kentucky$5,707,706,3311.3%90.0%
25Tennessee$5,045,532,9711.2%91.2%
26Alabama$4,495,124,3621.1%92.2%
27Idaho$4,317,608,4831.0%93.3%
28Florida$3,996,528,8960.9%94.2%
29Pennsylvania$2,877,352,4750.7%94.9%
30South Carolina$2,787,740,5130.7%95.5%
31Oregon$2,752,507,9070.6%96.2%
32Virginia$2,696,132,3130.6%96.8%
33New York$2,677,735,8140.6%97.5%
34New Mexico$2,345,534,7750.6%98.0%
35Arizona$2,097,649,6030.5%98.5%
36Maryland$1,513,706,4740.4%98.9%
37Wyoming$1,165,286,2950.3%99.1%
38Utah$945,288,5130.2%99.4%
39Delaware$440,403,8110.1%99.5%
40Vermont$370,602,1020.1%99.5%
41Maine$335,380,8240.1%99.6%
42New Jersey$318,155,7940.1%99.7%
43Nevada$314,159,3120.1%99.8%
44West Virginia$235,408,2300.1%99.8%
45Massachusetts$190,047,3320.0%99.9%
46Connecticut$184,006,9240.0%99.9%
47Hawaii$174,793,6110.0%100.0%
48New Hampshire$86,332,4700.0%100.0%
49Alaska$57,816,8430.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$21,268,0340.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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