Miscellaneous Disaster Programs payments in Nicholas County, Kentucky totaled $26,803 from 1995-2023.

States Receiving Miscellaneous Disaster Programs payments, 1995-2023

Rank State Miscellaneous Disaster Programs
1995-2023
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Florida$484,874,73621.8%21.8%
2North Dakota$249,095,67811.2%33.0%
3Texas$194,309,0028.7%41.7%
4Arkansas$171,210,1487.7%49.4%
5Minnesota$100,704,4374.5%54.0%
6Louisiana$85,000,0753.8%57.8%
7California$84,405,6603.8%61.6%
8Virginia$68,500,5713.1%64.7%
9South Dakota$62,485,7192.8%67.5%
10Montana$58,845,5632.6%70.1%
11Mississippi$53,306,4402.4%72.5%
12Michigan$48,644,1922.2%74.7%
13Oklahoma$45,113,5502.0%76.7%
14Georgia$44,084,0992.0%78.7%
15Kentucky$35,919,2451.6%80.3%
16Missouri$34,318,9391.5%81.9%
17Alabama$32,393,0481.5%83.3%
18Idaho$31,787,4071.4%84.8%
19Washington$24,240,5551.1%85.9%
20North Carolina$23,557,9561.1%86.9%
21Maine$22,921,7861.0%88.0%
22Oregon$21,294,9331.0%88.9%
23Wisconsin$19,225,1770.9%89.8%
24Kansas$18,769,9900.8%90.6%
25Nebraska$17,745,6160.8%91.4%
26New York$16,306,4220.7%92.2%
27Tennessee$15,562,4890.7%92.9%
28South Carolina$15,415,3650.7%93.5%
29Colorado$14,828,2500.7%94.2%
30Pennsylvania$13,869,4170.6%94.8%
31Illinois$11,029,3070.5%95.3%
32Ohio$10,882,6570.5%95.8%
33New Mexico$10,800,7830.5%96.3%
34Hawaii$9,357,6170.4%96.7%
35West Virginia$8,679,7030.4%97.1%
36Wyoming$8,377,2590.4%97.5%
37Puerto Rico$8,020,0190.4%97.9%
38Vermont$7,705,4890.3%98.2%
39Indiana$5,586,0960.3%98.5%
40New Jersey$5,301,2830.2%98.7%
41Arizona$5,161,4290.2%98.9%
42Alaska$4,580,5040.2%99.1%
43Massachusetts$4,524,2320.2%99.3%
44Utah$3,682,6320.2%99.5%
45Iowa$3,490,1610.2%99.7%
46Maryland$2,257,8180.1%99.8%
47New Hampshire$2,091,1690.1%99.9%
48Connecticut$1,318,1900.1%99.9%
49Nevada$1,163,8750.1%100.0%
50Delaware$378,4930.0%100.0%
51Rhode Island$135,4570.0%100.0%
52Guam$124,9240.0%100.0%
53US Virgin Islands$92,6390.0%100.0%
54Northern Mariana Islands$77,5120.0%100.0%
55American Samoa$31,5920.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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