Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments Program in Tennessee totaled $5.6 million in 2011

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Counties in Tennessee Receiving Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments Program payments, 2011

Rank County Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments Program
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Macon County, Tennessee$2,728,92648.8%48.8%
2Hawkins County, Tennessee$411,7997.4%56.2%
3Smith County, Tennessee$332,3515.9%62.2%
4Robertson County, Tennessee$232,0014.2%66.3%
5Coffee County, Tennessee$201,8253.6%69.9%
6Sumner County, Tennessee$169,2353.0%73.0%
7Giles County, Tennessee$128,0592.3%75.2%
8Claiborne County, Tennessee$119,7542.1%77.4%
9Trousdale County, Tennessee$99,4431.8%79.2%
10Clay County, Tennessee$82,6861.5%80.6%
11Greene County, Tennessee$81,0711.5%82.1%
12Bedford County, Tennessee$72,1711.3%83.4%
13McMinn County, Tennessee$66,2671.2%84.6%
14Marshall County, Tennessee$65,3311.2%85.7%
15Grainger County, Tennessee$61,6361.1%86.8%
16Hamblen County, Tennessee$38,8600.7%87.5%
17Hardin County, Tennessee$33,7230.6%88.1%
18Haywood County, Tennessee$8,9400.2%88.3%
19Loudon County, Tennessee$4,7160.1%88.4%
20Wilson County, Tennessee$4,3620.1%88.5%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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