Total Subsidies payments in Illinois totaled $1.4 billion in 2021

Total Subsidies by state, 2021

Rank State Total Subsidies
2021
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$2,194,134,6689.1%9.1%
2North Dakota$1,817,632,2437.5%16.6%
3Iowa$1,666,034,3356.9%23.4%
4Minnesota$1,487,375,4186.1%29.6%
5Illinois$1,388,562,3985.7%35.3%
6Kansas$1,333,140,6055.5%40.8%
7South Dakota$1,279,902,8105.3%46.1%
8Nebraska$1,094,285,0974.5%50.6%
9California$965,428,9714.0%54.6%
10Missouri$873,932,4153.6%58.2%
11Wisconsin$728,429,9233.0%61.2%
12Indiana$704,650,6782.9%64.2%
13Ohio$594,474,7072.5%66.6%
14Montana$580,676,7662.4%69.0%
15Oklahoma$560,386,1112.3%71.3%
16Arkansas$550,685,1222.3%73.6%
17Georgia$495,913,5962.0%75.6%
18Washington$470,279,4441.9%77.6%
19Colorado$456,378,4611.9%79.5%
20North Carolina$424,958,7221.8%81.2%
21Michigan$400,740,1721.7%82.9%
22Mississippi$376,241,0401.6%84.4%
23Kentucky$332,525,9031.4%85.8%
24Louisiana$316,959,2711.3%87.1%
25Florida$311,351,6851.3%88.4%
26Oregon$275,073,0281.1%89.5%
27Idaho$255,370,7441.1%90.6%
28Tennessee$244,629,7811.0%91.6%
29Pennsylvania$216,385,5480.9%92.5%
30New York$215,608,7460.9%93.4%
31Alabama$214,989,9490.9%94.3%
32New Mexico$203,441,5410.8%95.1%
33Virginia$176,033,3500.7%95.8%
34South Carolina$159,629,1490.7%96.5%
35Wyoming$127,421,0060.5%97.0%
36Arizona$127,193,9400.5%97.6%
37Utah$111,528,6370.5%98.0%
38Nevada$85,323,1960.4%98.4%
39Maryland$78,715,8890.3%98.7%
40Alaska$59,873,6530.2%98.9%
41Puerto Rico$48,483,3420.2%99.1%
42Maine$43,037,6980.2%99.3%
43Vermont$37,502,8140.2%99.5%
44New Jersey$30,247,2920.1%99.6%
45West Virginia$20,554,3780.1%99.7%
46Delaware$19,163,4650.1%99.8%
47Hawaii$16,154,1690.1%99.8%
48Massachusetts$15,978,3330.1%99.9%
49Connecticut$15,234,7670.1%100.0%
50New Hampshire$7,502,0520.0%100.0%
51Rhode Island$2,877,5170.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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