Disaster payments in Worth County, Georgia totaled $939,741 in 2021

States Receiving Total Disaster Programs payments, 2021

Rank State Total Disaster Programs
2021
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$396,729,74012.5%12.5%
2Texas$361,442,78611.4%23.9%
3Minnesota$284,338,3039.0%32.9%
4South Dakota$188,774,2206.0%38.9%
5Illinois$151,272,9314.8%43.6%
6Iowa$123,442,4273.9%47.5%
7Montana$116,617,8923.7%51.2%
8Missouri$92,566,5762.9%54.1%
9Indiana$91,797,6922.9%57.0%
10Oklahoma$90,306,7662.9%59.9%
11Colorado$82,243,6462.6%62.5%
12California$82,185,8292.6%65.1%
13New Mexico$81,465,5882.6%67.6%
14Nebraska$76,482,9182.4%70.1%
15Arkansas$67,056,0002.1%72.2%
16Wyoming$63,150,4172.0%74.2%
17North Carolina$62,333,1312.0%76.1%
18Ohio$62,235,2752.0%78.1%
19Louisiana$55,922,3621.8%79.9%
20Oregon$54,896,4501.7%81.6%
21Wisconsin$50,839,4101.6%83.2%
22Utah$47,928,1471.5%84.7%
23Mississippi$47,582,9521.5%86.2%
24Kansas$47,016,4781.5%87.7%
25Michigan$43,522,2591.4%89.1%
26Florida$38,568,9321.2%90.3%
27Kentucky$36,866,6541.2%91.5%
28Georgia$36,230,7161.1%92.6%
29Alabama$31,242,8401.0%93.6%
30Tennessee$21,996,6510.7%94.3%
31Virginia$21,086,9400.7%95.0%
32Arizona$19,378,4640.6%95.6%
33Washington$18,360,5680.6%96.1%
34South Carolina$16,690,7980.5%96.7%
35Nevada$15,907,3090.5%97.2%
36Idaho$15,221,2330.5%97.7%
37Maine$14,785,2640.5%98.1%
38Pennsylvania$10,979,8730.3%98.5%
39New York$9,448,4940.3%98.8%
40Hawaii$8,199,9760.3%99.0%
41West Virginia$7,336,8740.2%99.3%
42New Jersey$5,034,8190.2%99.4%
43Vermont$4,104,3420.1%99.5%
44Maryland$3,912,2320.1%99.7%
45Massachusetts$2,894,4450.1%99.8%
46Puerto Rico$2,887,0750.1%99.8%
47New Hampshire$2,171,5670.1%99.9%
48Delaware$1,182,5360.0%100.0%
49Connecticut$704,2800.0%100.0%
50Alaska$614,2030.0%100.0%
51Rhode Island$115,4000.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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