Total Direct Payments in Simpson County, Mississippi totaled $508,741 from 1995-2016.

States Receiving Total Direct Payments payments, 1995-2016

Rank State Total Direct Payments
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$5,231,804,2469.7%9.7%
2Illinois$4,575,272,1048.5%18.2%
3Texas$4,355,345,7188.1%26.3%
4Kansas$3,571,954,8286.6%32.9%
5Nebraska$3,303,044,2436.1%39.1%
6Minnesota$3,280,065,0716.1%45.2%
7Arkansas$2,747,281,1455.1%50.3%
8Indiana$2,414,839,7974.5%54.8%
9North Dakota$2,300,815,5994.3%59.0%
10Missouri$1,966,763,9883.7%62.7%
11Ohio$1,778,229,6533.3%66.0%
12California$1,672,214,4963.1%69.1%
13South Dakota$1,570,712,4002.9%72.0%
14Mississippi$1,350,783,0332.5%74.5%
15Louisiana$1,322,899,0872.5%77.0%
16Wisconsin$1,190,572,5382.2%79.2%
17Oklahoma$1,179,812,4422.2%81.4%
18Georgia$1,113,774,3562.1%83.4%
19Montana$1,095,049,6652.0%85.5%
20Michigan$917,176,5691.7%87.2%
21Colorado$803,834,5971.5%88.7%
22North Carolina$741,461,9701.4%90.1%
23Washington$647,947,6771.2%91.3%
24Tennessee$572,577,1591.1%92.3%
25Idaho$570,311,1531.1%93.4%
26Kentucky$552,161,6691.0%94.4%
27Alabama$468,846,6770.9%95.3%
28Arizona$374,115,8000.7%96.0%
29South Carolina$291,348,0740.5%96.5%
30New York$289,809,6940.5%97.0%
31Oregon$285,955,5900.5%97.6%
32Virginia$261,921,3670.5%98.1%
33Pennsylvania$261,032,7180.5%98.5%
34Maryland$187,609,3610.3%98.9%
35New Mexico$176,066,1200.3%99.2%
36Florida$119,182,9710.2%99.4%
37Wyoming$74,075,4300.1%99.6%
38Utah$65,971,1400.1%99.7%
39Delaware$57,399,1930.1%99.8%
40New Jersey$30,176,5220.1%99.9%
41Vermont$19,535,5130.0%99.9%
42West Virginia$18,356,6550.0%99.9%
43Maine$9,331,3350.0%100.0%
44Nevada$7,417,9860.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$6,702,8390.0%100.0%
46Massachusetts$4,397,7410.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$3,532,0880.0%100.0%
48Alaska$1,104,9720.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$225,2780.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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