Total Price Loss Coverage payments in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania totaled $949 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Receiving Total Price Loss Coverage payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Price Loss Coverage
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Franklin County, Pennsylvania$564,4318.0%8.0%
2Berks County, Pennsylvania$547,8657.7%15.7%
3Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$477,6016.7%22.4%
4York County, Pennsylvania$438,1916.2%28.6%
5Northampton County, Pennsylvania$358,5665.1%33.7%
6Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$281,6844.0%37.6%
7Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$260,3873.7%41.3%
8Adams County, Pennsylvania$257,2643.6%44.9%
9Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$249,1703.5%48.5%
10Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$239,3383.4%51.8%
11Bedford County, Pennsylvania$231,1383.3%55.1%
12Blair County, Pennsylvania$203,6712.9%58.0%
13Chester County, Pennsylvania$203,6242.9%60.8%
14Centre County, Pennsylvania$190,1022.7%63.5%
15Mercer County, Pennsylvania$186,5602.6%66.2%
16Union County, Pennsylvania$158,1032.2%68.4%
17Butler County, Pennsylvania$144,3482.0%70.4%
18Juniata County, Pennsylvania$143,2682.0%72.4%
19Cambria County, Pennsylvania$136,7781.9%74.4%
20Snyder County, Pennsylvania$135,2031.9%76.3%
21Perry County, Pennsylvania$134,2831.9%78.2%
22Columbia County, Pennsylvania$114,8351.6%79.8%
23Crawford County, Pennsylvania$102,7551.4%81.2%
24Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$100,7311.4%82.7%
25Erie County, Pennsylvania$98,8291.4%84.1%
26Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$92,1501.3%85.4%
27Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$83,9431.2%86.5%
28Fulton County, Pennsylvania$78,9341.1%87.7%
29Indiana County, Pennsylvania$77,4591.1%88.8%
30Clarion County, Pennsylvania$73,6551.0%89.8%
31Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$64,6490.9%90.7%
32Bucks County, Pennsylvania$61,6770.9%91.6%
33Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$56,0910.8%92.4%
34Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$48,6090.7%93.0%
35Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$45,3050.6%93.7%
36Bradford County, Pennsylvania$40,2590.6%94.3%
37Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$39,8930.6%94.8%
38Monroe County, Pennsylvania$39,3760.6%95.4%
39Montour County, Pennsylvania$36,4680.5%95.9%
40Venango County, Pennsylvania$27,9870.4%96.3%
41Potter County, Pennsylvania$23,3120.3%96.6%
42Beaver County, Pennsylvania$21,2770.3%96.9%
43Washington County, Pennsylvania$19,4640.3%97.2%
44Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$18,5090.3%97.4%
45Clinton County, Pennsylvania$18,4660.3%97.7%
46Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$18,3990.3%98.0%
47Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$16,9760.2%98.2%
48Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$16,3360.2%98.4%
49Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$16,1760.2%98.7%
50Delaware County, Pennsylvania$15,5930.2%98.9%
51Carbon County, Pennsylvania$14,4040.2%99.1%
52Tioga County, Pennsylvania$11,7110.2%99.3%
53Fayette County, Pennsylvania$11,2770.2%99.4%
54Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$9,0740.1%99.5%
55Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$8,6780.1%99.7%
56Greene County, Pennsylvania$6,3790.1%99.8%
57Warren County, Pennsylvania$5,8490.1%99.8%
58McKean County, Pennsylvania$3,0470.0%99.9%
59Pike County, Pennsylvania$2,2840.0%99.9%
60Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$1,7390.0%99.9%
61Wayne County, Pennsylvania$1,1830.0%100.0%
62Forest County, Pennsylvania$1,0610.0%100.0%
63Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$9490.0%100.0%
64Elk County, Pennsylvania$7390.0%100.0%
65Somerset County, Pennsylvania$5240.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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