Misc. Disaster Payments in South Carolina totaled $204 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in South Carolina Receiving Misc. Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Misc. Disaster Payments
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Horry County, South Carolina$20,588,54710.1%10.1%
2Orangeburg County, South Carolina$12,903,6906.3%16.4%
3Florence County, South Carolina$11,623,9965.7%22.1%
4Williamsburg County, South Carolina$11,470,5625.6%27.7%
5Clarendon County, South Carolina$10,707,7825.2%32.9%
6Darlington County, South Carolina$10,693,6435.2%38.1%
7Barnwell County, South Carolina$8,573,3854.2%42.3%
8Dillon County, South Carolina$7,725,7573.8%46.1%
9Bamberg County, South Carolina$6,589,0543.2%49.3%
10Lee County, South Carolina$6,440,1483.1%52.5%
11Sumter County, South Carolina$6,106,6723.0%55.5%
12Marion County, South Carolina$5,947,6172.9%58.4%
13Marlboro County, South Carolina$5,895,5842.9%61.3%
14Calhoun County, South Carolina$5,745,7162.8%64.1%
15Allendale County, South Carolina$5,175,9792.5%66.6%
16Anderson County, South Carolina$5,112,4882.5%69.1%
17Aiken County, South Carolina$4,959,8452.4%71.5%
18Spartanburg County, South Carolina$4,916,5262.4%73.9%
19Colleton County, South Carolina$4,608,2552.3%76.2%
20Saluda County, South Carolina$4,359,9912.1%78.3%
21Hampton County, South Carolina$3,654,5611.8%80.1%
22Edgefield County, South Carolina$3,322,9871.6%81.7%
23Laurens County, South Carolina$3,272,3431.6%83.3%
24Dorchester County, South Carolina$3,131,4661.5%84.9%
25Charleston County, South Carolina$2,962,2261.4%86.3%
26Newberry County, South Carolina$2,606,3231.3%87.6%
27Richland County, South Carolina$2,437,5271.2%88.8%
28Abbeville County, South Carolina$2,342,4701.1%89.9%
29Greenville County, South Carolina$2,309,4371.1%91.0%
30Berkeley County, South Carolina$2,145,3201.0%92.1%
31Oconee County, South Carolina$2,049,6061.0%93.1%
32Chesterfield County, South Carolina$1,824,2490.9%94.0%
33York County, South Carolina$1,688,9590.8%94.8%
34Lexington County, South Carolina$1,536,8370.8%95.6%
35Cherokee County, South Carolina$1,398,0680.7%96.3%
36Chester County, South Carolina$1,347,0630.7%96.9%
37Georgetown County, South Carolina$1,286,8680.6%97.5%
38Pickens County, South Carolina$1,246,5280.6%98.2%
39Greenwood County, South Carolina$929,0200.5%98.6%
40Union County, South Carolina$713,8850.3%99.0%
41Jasper County, South Carolina$499,9710.2%99.2%
42McCormick County, South Carolina$422,7360.2%99.4%
43Kershaw County, South Carolina$384,1530.2%99.6%
44Beaufort County, South Carolina$373,5410.2%99.8%
45Lancaster County, South Carolina$315,9160.2%99.9%
46Fairfield County, South Carolina$141,8850.1%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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