Total Direct Payments in North Carolina totaled $-14,340 in 2016

States Receiving Total Direct Payments payments, 2016

Rank State Total Direct Payments
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Minnesota$924,43323.6%23.6%
2Nebraska$891,99622.8%46.4%
3California$445,77611.4%57.8%
4Louisiana$362,6239.3%67.1%
5Arkansas$321,5288.2%75.3%
6Illinois$279,4427.1%82.5%
7Iowa$197,4585.0%87.5%
8Michigan$130,5423.3%90.9%
9Texas$124,6763.2%94.1%
10Mississippi$107,6032.8%96.8%
11Oklahoma$107,5482.7%99.6%
12Indiana$101,3492.6%102.1%
13New Mexico$93,9822.4%104.6%
14Washington$93,1772.4%106.9%
15Florida$80,6092.1%109.0%
16Kansas$56,1561.4%110.4%
17Tennessee$52,7681.3%111.8%
18Arizona$42,0581.1%112.9%
19Colorado$37,4241.0%113.8%
20Wisconsin$36,2380.9%114.7%
21Idaho$34,9860.9%115.6%
22Missouri$30,5890.8%116.4%
23Kentucky$19,7800.5%116.9%
24Utah$13,7090.4%117.3%
25Delaware$11,9190.3%117.6%
26Wyoming$8,7170.2%117.8%
27Virginia$7,8340.2%118.0%
28Maryland$6,6830.2%118.2%
29South Carolina$6,5870.2%118.3%
30Oregon$4,3680.1%118.4%
31Vermont$2460.0%118.5%
32Connecticut$-1,267-0.0%118.4%
33Maine$-1,414-0.0%118.4%
34Alaska$-1,542-0.0%118.3%
35West Virginia$-8,201-0.2%118.1%
36North Carolina$-14,340-0.4%117.8%
37Pennsylvania$-17,338-0.4%117.3%
38South Dakota$-28,988-0.7%116.6%
39Alabama$-29,598-0.8%115.8%
40New York$-31,750-0.8%115.0%
41Georgia$-73,569-1.9%113.1%
42Ohio$-110,141-2.8%110.3%
43Montana$-126,116-3.2%107.1%
44North Dakota$-277,537-7.1%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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