Corn Subsidies in Pennsylvania totaled $962 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving corn subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank County Corn Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Franklin County, Pennsylvania$59,864,3116.2%6.2%
2York County, Pennsylvania$54,380,8045.7%11.9%
3Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$48,880,6485.1%17.0%
4Berks County, Pennsylvania$39,812,6054.1%21.1%
5Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$35,406,9113.7%24.8%
6Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$32,145,1183.3%28.1%
7Mercer County, Pennsylvania$30,791,6913.2%31.3%
8Bedford County, Pennsylvania$28,540,6423.0%34.3%
9Crawford County, Pennsylvania$27,981,5822.9%37.2%
10Adams County, Pennsylvania$26,965,4862.8%40.0%
11Northampton County, Pennsylvania$26,189,9662.7%42.7%
12Blair County, Pennsylvania$25,782,0402.7%45.4%
13Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$25,183,9072.6%48.0%
14Indiana County, Pennsylvania$24,226,3822.5%50.5%
15Chester County, Pennsylvania$22,837,0272.4%52.9%
16Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$21,551,3012.2%55.1%
17Columbia County, Pennsylvania$21,212,1102.2%57.3%
18Centre County, Pennsylvania$20,505,3342.1%59.5%
19Bradford County, Pennsylvania$19,792,5632.1%61.5%
20Erie County, Pennsylvania$19,239,7642.0%63.5%
21Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$18,907,0492.0%65.5%
22Perry County, Pennsylvania$18,252,9711.9%67.4%
23Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$17,309,4101.8%69.2%
24Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$16,745,4181.7%70.9%
25Butler County, Pennsylvania$16,665,8311.7%72.7%
26Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$16,664,8061.7%74.4%
27Somerset County, Pennsylvania$16,316,3281.7%76.1%
28Juniata County, Pennsylvania$15,336,0871.6%77.7%
29Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$14,556,1891.5%79.2%
30Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$14,085,1041.5%80.7%
31Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$13,238,9941.4%82.0%
32Fulton County, Pennsylvania$12,473,9151.3%83.3%
33Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$11,346,0841.2%84.5%
34Clarion County, Pennsylvania$11,088,8671.2%85.7%
35Cambria County, Pennsylvania$10,888,6261.1%86.8%
36Bucks County, Pennsylvania$10,879,9371.1%87.9%
37Snyder County, Pennsylvania$10,627,5141.1%89.0%
38Fayette County, Pennsylvania$9,626,8841.0%90.0%
39Tioga County, Pennsylvania$8,685,8160.9%90.9%
40Union County, Pennsylvania$8,031,3540.8%91.8%
41Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$7,562,1580.8%92.5%
42Clinton County, Pennsylvania$7,014,8350.7%93.3%
43Montour County, Pennsylvania$6,821,6780.7%94.0%
44Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$5,286,7910.5%94.5%
45Washington County, Pennsylvania$5,219,1860.5%95.1%
46Venango County, Pennsylvania$5,099,7990.5%95.6%
47Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$5,076,3970.5%96.1%
48Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$4,760,6750.5%96.6%
49Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$4,199,1750.4%97.1%
50Potter County, Pennsylvania$4,016,4540.4%97.5%
51Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$3,921,8670.4%97.9%
52Beaver County, Pennsylvania$3,626,8100.4%98.3%
53Carbon County, Pennsylvania$3,161,4430.3%98.6%
54Monroe County, Pennsylvania$3,129,8500.3%98.9%
55Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$2,198,7380.2%99.2%
56Warren County, Pennsylvania$2,016,6300.2%99.4%
57McKean County, Pennsylvania$1,101,7710.1%99.5%
58Greene County, Pennsylvania$1,019,3380.1%99.6%
59Wayne County, Pennsylvania$855,4030.1%99.7%
60Delaware County, Pennsylvania$727,3250.1%99.7%
61Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$611,4790.1%99.8%
62Pike County, Pennsylvania$522,4390.1%99.9%
63Elk County, Pennsylvania$447,4610.0%99.9%
64Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$368,7710.0%99.9%
65Forest County, Pennsylvania$351,5650.0%100.0%
66Cameron County, Pennsylvania$147,2870.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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