Corn Subsidies in Louisiana totaled $24.2 million in 2011

States Receiving corn subsidies, 2011

Rank State Corn Subsidies
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$789,397,46616.4%16.4%
2Illinois$647,493,17013.5%29.9%
3Nebraska$514,427,93610.7%40.6%
4Minnesota$456,989,8009.5%50.1%
5Indiana$321,028,4666.7%56.7%
6South Dakota$315,720,4636.6%63.3%
7Kansas$224,032,9434.7%68.0%
8Wisconsin$223,414,2154.6%72.6%
9Ohio$204,143,8694.2%76.9%
10Missouri$192,211,2234.0%80.9%
11North Dakota$171,282,7933.6%84.4%
12Michigan$123,522,8342.6%87.0%
13Texas$89,759,8341.9%88.8%
14Colorado$80,867,5811.7%90.5%
15Kentucky$75,376,7581.6%92.1%
16Pennsylvania$46,568,0421.0%93.1%
17North Carolina$42,887,6280.9%94.0%
18Tennessee$33,600,5940.7%94.7%
19New York$31,543,1390.7%95.3%
20Mississippi$29,530,3800.6%95.9%
21Louisiana$24,172,6520.5%96.4%
22Maryland$23,489,1760.5%96.9%
23Virginia$22,463,6110.5%97.4%
24South Carolina$19,303,6320.4%97.8%
25Arkansas$16,640,0110.3%98.1%
26Oklahoma$14,023,4900.3%98.4%
27Georgia$13,059,4220.3%98.7%
28California$10,148,4150.2%98.9%
29Alabama$10,135,1640.2%99.1%
30Delaware$8,951,5570.2%99.3%
31Wyoming$4,526,0690.1%99.4%
32New Mexico$3,943,7880.1%99.5%
33New Jersey$3,790,2080.1%99.6%
34Idaho$3,642,9830.1%99.6%
35Washington$2,945,7490.1%99.7%
36Vermont$2,478,4820.1%99.7%
37Montana$2,250,5140.0%99.8%
38West Virginia$2,220,3250.0%99.8%
39Florida$1,659,4860.0%99.9%
40Arizona$1,464,6570.0%99.9%
41Oregon$1,358,1350.0%99.9%
42Utah$1,067,4160.0%100.0%
43Connecticut$681,7310.0%100.0%
44Maine$658,3160.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$534,6270.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$264,4950.0%100.0%
47Nevada$34,1590.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$16,7330.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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