Crop Ins. Premium Subsidy - Corn payments in Illinois totaled $3.6 billion from 1995-2017.

States Receiving Crop Ins. Premium Subsidy - Corn payments, 1995-2017

Rank State Crop Ins. Premium Subsidy - Corn
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$4,046,545,23413.4%13.4%
2Illinois$3,645,455,49812.1%25.5%
3Nebraska$3,064,249,65110.1%35.6%
4South Dakota$2,935,883,5829.7%45.3%
5Minnesota$2,923,945,2669.7%55.0%
6North Dakota$1,749,830,1975.8%60.8%
7Indiana$1,743,120,6405.8%66.6%
8Kansas$1,582,797,9875.2%71.8%
9Missouri$1,415,762,5784.7%76.5%
10Wisconsin$1,306,641,2434.3%80.9%
11Ohio$1,046,941,1053.5%84.3%
12Texas$771,331,4072.6%86.9%
13Michigan$630,211,6332.1%89.0%
14Colorado$515,886,6281.7%90.7%
15Kentucky$429,524,6341.4%92.1%
16Pennsylvania$326,822,4491.1%93.2%
17North Carolina$287,530,9561.0%94.1%
18Mississippi$228,078,3850.8%94.9%
19Tennessee$206,033,2160.7%95.6%
20Louisiana$180,881,4410.6%96.2%
21Virginia$150,720,0690.5%96.7%
22Arkansas$145,699,6840.5%97.1%
23Maryland$141,780,5610.5%97.6%
24South Carolina$130,744,1280.4%98.0%
25New York$118,522,4680.4%98.4%
26Oklahoma$107,309,5960.4%98.8%
27Georgia$79,163,9030.3%99.1%
28Alabama$75,984,4260.3%99.3%
29Delaware$51,057,0320.2%99.5%
30Wyoming$26,367,1820.1%99.6%
31California$24,343,8000.1%99.6%
32New Jersey$18,279,1420.1%99.7%
33New Mexico$16,051,0640.1%99.8%
34Vermont$12,961,7750.0%99.8%
35Montana$10,804,8200.0%99.8%
36West Virginia$10,280,1920.0%99.9%
37Idaho$9,930,4990.0%99.9%
38Florida$7,722,0800.0%99.9%
39Arizona$6,975,4990.0%100.0%
40Washington$4,402,8380.0%100.0%
41Oregon$3,994,4590.0%100.0%
42Connecticut$2,443,5950.0%100.0%
43Utah$1,558,7840.0%100.0%
44Massachusetts$1,374,6300.0%100.0%
45Maine$721,7920.0%100.0%
46Nevada$208,9730.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$44,1680.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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