Corn Subsidies in Iowa totaled $19.2 billion from 1995-2017.

States Receiving corn subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank State Corn Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$19,171,377,55117.2%17.2%
2Illinois$16,154,101,26314.5%31.8%
3Nebraska$12,800,960,96511.5%43.3%
4Minnesota$10,678,443,1209.6%52.9%
5Indiana$8,021,884,1737.2%60.1%
6South Dakota$6,036,843,4755.4%65.5%
7Ohio$5,052,716,6914.5%70.1%
8Wisconsin$4,812,580,9684.3%74.4%
9Kansas$4,197,196,9063.8%78.2%
10Missouri$3,809,403,6103.4%81.6%
11Michigan$3,013,111,9202.7%84.3%
12North Dakota$2,745,907,7372.5%86.8%
13Texas$2,527,248,7772.3%89.1%
14Kentucky$1,777,638,3481.6%90.7%
15Colorado$1,640,483,6571.5%92.1%
16North Carolina$1,001,512,0570.9%93.0%
17Pennsylvania$962,282,7020.9%93.9%
18New York$944,437,2960.8%94.8%
19Tennessee$760,665,9020.7%95.4%
20Maryland$509,477,0190.5%95.9%
21Virginia$491,543,5230.4%96.3%
22Mississippi$450,549,5190.4%96.7%
23Georgia$448,038,8540.4%97.2%
24Louisiana$434,510,0230.4%97.5%
25South Carolina$382,330,9710.3%97.9%
26California$359,856,8540.3%98.2%
27Oklahoma$284,600,6380.3%98.5%
28Arkansas$282,923,9580.3%98.7%
29Alabama$224,919,8490.2%98.9%
30Delaware$164,706,2800.1%99.1%
31New Mexico$143,584,7290.1%99.2%
32Idaho$128,384,2520.1%99.3%
33Washington$99,021,4490.1%99.4%
34Wyoming$93,839,0190.1%99.5%
35Vermont$79,398,9010.1%99.6%
36New Jersey$78,033,2960.1%99.6%
37West Virginia$59,519,8270.1%99.7%
38Montana$59,034,9470.1%99.7%
39Florida$58,387,9690.1%99.8%
40Arizona$47,908,6300.0%99.8%
41Utah$44,893,5840.0%99.9%
42Oregon$43,710,6490.0%99.9%
43Maine$30,312,5080.0%99.9%
44Connecticut$28,637,4400.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$20,630,0210.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$14,662,8820.0%100.0%
47Nevada$1,449,5220.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$935,3480.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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