Misc. Disaster Payments in Michigan totaled $313 million from 1995-2017.

States Receiving Misc. Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2017

Rank State Misc. Disaster Payments
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$2,533,512,01315.7%15.7%
2North Dakota$1,296,365,3578.0%23.7%
3South Dakota$924,404,5045.7%29.4%
4Kansas$833,351,6935.2%34.6%
5Florida$802,212,3005.0%39.6%
6California$745,020,8634.6%44.2%
7Oklahoma$664,662,0884.1%48.3%
8Georgia$609,367,4943.8%52.1%
9Minnesota$579,659,8413.6%55.7%
10Nebraska$537,104,1393.3%59.0%
11Colorado$496,092,9653.1%62.0%
12North Carolina$489,385,8693.0%65.1%
13Montana$465,043,3522.9%68.0%
14Arkansas$372,048,8992.3%70.3%
15Michigan$312,947,7911.9%72.2%
16Missouri$307,824,1691.9%74.1%
17Mississippi$304,380,2681.9%76.0%
18Alabama$279,974,8241.7%77.7%
19Iowa$245,611,3771.5%79.2%
20Ohio$231,631,4441.4%80.7%
21Wisconsin$222,866,9761.4%82.1%
22New Mexico$216,593,0881.3%83.4%
23Louisiana$216,173,2581.3%84.7%
24Illinois$211,812,5481.3%86.0%
25South Carolina$203,393,5981.3%87.3%
26Idaho$192,691,2191.2%88.5%
27Washington$186,119,7681.2%89.7%
28Virginia$182,087,5881.1%90.8%
29Indiana$165,059,4091.0%91.8%
30Tennessee$162,610,9121.0%92.8%
31New York$159,314,0791.0%93.8%
32Kentucky$150,251,2840.9%94.7%
33Pennsylvania$119,925,1130.7%95.5%
34Wyoming$119,312,5210.7%96.2%
35Oregon$115,371,0650.7%96.9%
36Utah$92,728,8610.6%97.5%
37Maryland$52,847,9940.3%97.8%
38New Jersey$49,535,2230.3%98.1%
39Massachusetts$45,823,0540.3%98.4%
40Arizona$43,151,7580.3%98.7%
41Nevada$38,482,7730.2%98.9%
42Maine$34,141,9180.2%99.1%
43Vermont$32,364,3830.2%99.3%
44Connecticut$31,596,9250.2%99.5%
45Hawaii$30,574,5840.2%99.7%
46Delaware$16,935,7010.1%99.8%
47West Virginia$12,981,1390.1%99.9%
48New Hampshire$6,411,2360.0%99.9%
49Alaska$5,562,3180.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$4,039,4530.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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