Total Price Loss Coverage payments in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania totaled $1,262 from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Receiving Total Price Loss Coverage payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Total Price Loss Coverage
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Franklin County, Pennsylvania$667,9858.2%8.2%
2Berks County, Pennsylvania$630,3817.7%15.9%
3Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$549,1576.7%22.7%
4York County, Pennsylvania$505,8506.2%28.9%
5Northampton County, Pennsylvania$393,3214.8%33.7%
6Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$319,9873.9%37.6%
7Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$295,3903.6%41.2%
8Adams County, Pennsylvania$294,3313.6%44.8%
9Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$292,6713.6%48.4%
10Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$280,6803.4%51.9%
11Bedford County, Pennsylvania$270,8333.3%55.2%
12Chester County, Pennsylvania$237,8112.9%58.1%
13Blair County, Pennsylvania$232,0912.8%60.9%
14Centre County, Pennsylvania$214,3562.6%63.6%
15Mercer County, Pennsylvania$207,9162.5%66.1%
16Union County, Pennsylvania$177,7902.2%68.3%
17Juniata County, Pennsylvania$163,9812.0%70.3%
18Butler County, Pennsylvania$162,3302.0%72.3%
19Perry County, Pennsylvania$160,7982.0%74.3%
20Cambria County, Pennsylvania$155,6981.9%76.2%
21Snyder County, Pennsylvania$154,4921.9%78.1%
22Columbia County, Pennsylvania$129,5491.6%79.7%
23Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$120,6071.5%81.1%
24Crawford County, Pennsylvania$117,5121.4%82.6%
25Erie County, Pennsylvania$117,0921.4%84.0%
26Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$109,1231.3%85.4%
27Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$93,9121.2%86.5%
28Fulton County, Pennsylvania$92,6481.1%87.6%
29Indiana County, Pennsylvania$86,9751.1%88.7%
30Clarion County, Pennsylvania$80,2711.0%89.7%
31Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$73,3190.9%90.6%
32Bucks County, Pennsylvania$69,5150.9%91.4%
33Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$66,6390.8%92.3%
34Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$59,5060.7%93.0%
35Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$53,8800.7%93.7%
36Bradford County, Pennsylvania$49,5000.6%94.3%
37Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$46,6690.6%94.8%
38Monroe County, Pennsylvania$43,4910.5%95.4%
39Montour County, Pennsylvania$41,3140.5%95.9%
40Venango County, Pennsylvania$30,4600.4%96.2%
41Potter County, Pennsylvania$29,4060.4%96.6%
42Beaver County, Pennsylvania$24,3390.3%96.9%
43Clinton County, Pennsylvania$22,6560.3%97.2%
44Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$21,8400.3%97.4%
45Washington County, Pennsylvania$21,5540.3%97.7%
46Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$20,7840.3%98.0%
47Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$19,7660.2%98.2%
48Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$18,8550.2%98.4%
49Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$18,0930.2%98.7%
50Delaware County, Pennsylvania$17,5440.2%98.9%
51Carbon County, Pennsylvania$16,1540.2%99.1%
52Fayette County, Pennsylvania$13,3540.2%99.2%
53Tioga County, Pennsylvania$13,2250.2%99.4%
54Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$10,6700.1%99.5%
55Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$9,7350.1%99.7%
56Greene County, Pennsylvania$7,4630.1%99.7%
57Warren County, Pennsylvania$6,2090.1%99.8%
58McKean County, Pennsylvania$3,4960.0%99.9%
59Pike County, Pennsylvania$2,5870.0%99.9%
60Somerset County, Pennsylvania$2,0800.0%99.9%
61Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$1,9880.0%99.9%
62Wayne County, Pennsylvania$1,3240.0%100.0%
63Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$1,2620.0%100.0%
64Forest County, Pennsylvania$1,0620.0%100.0%
65Elk County, Pennsylvania$8250.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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