Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Miami County, Kansas totaled $163,822 in 2019

States Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 2019

Rank State Subtotal, Disaster Payments
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Florida$158,390,05020.1%20.1%
2Georgia$126,330,68116.1%36.2%
3North Carolina$81,611,10310.4%46.6%
4Texas$69,630,3878.9%55.4%
5Oklahoma$52,791,3896.7%62.2%
6California$34,343,6484.4%66.5%
7New Mexico$23,910,1513.0%69.6%
8Colorado$21,833,7982.8%72.3%
9Oregon$21,202,2892.7%75.0%
10Arkansas$21,196,8242.7%77.7%
11Kansas$20,059,9822.6%80.3%
12South Carolina$19,644,2302.5%82.8%
13Missouri$17,149,9302.2%85.0%
14Utah$9,677,2591.2%86.2%
15South Dakota$9,211,5331.2%87.4%
16Hawaii$8,598,0361.1%88.5%
17Mississippi$6,775,9700.9%89.3%
18Montana$6,505,6580.8%90.2%
19Nebraska$6,151,6680.8%90.9%
20Arizona$6,011,8280.8%91.7%
21Virginia$5,822,5360.7%92.4%
22Alabama$5,519,2260.7%93.1%
23Ohio$5,273,6570.7%93.8%
24Louisiana$5,171,9930.7%94.5%
25Wyoming$4,531,3290.6%95.1%
26North Dakota$4,075,8440.5%95.6%
27Washington$3,701,0270.5%96.0%
28Idaho$3,432,0270.4%96.5%
29Wisconsin$3,366,6370.4%96.9%
30New York$3,063,4000.4%97.3%
31Nevada$2,740,2260.3%97.6%
32Tennessee$2,615,4410.3%98.0%
33Massachusetts$2,584,7760.3%98.3%
34Minnesota$2,159,4310.3%98.6%
35Michigan$2,090,2150.3%98.8%
36Iowa$1,948,0930.2%99.1%
37New Jersey$1,659,0790.2%99.3%
38Pennsylvania$1,099,7170.1%99.4%
39Kentucky$842,3260.1%99.5%
40Indiana$667,4250.1%99.6%
41West Virginia$485,3540.1%99.7%
42Alaska$437,6930.1%99.8%
43New Hampshire$391,0770.0%99.8%
44Vermont$374,8240.0%99.8%
45Maryland$289,3390.0%99.9%
46Illinois$276,2700.0%99.9%
47Connecticut$261,0200.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$193,4880.0%100.0%
49Maine$161,8850.0%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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