Disaster payments in Young County, Texas totaled $1.8 million in 2023

States Receiving Total Disaster Programs payments, 2023

Rank State Total Disaster Programs
2023
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$785,715,54214.9%14.9%
2Oklahoma$591,922,54511.2%26.1%
3Kansas$448,547,2118.5%34.6%
4California$407,946,5607.7%42.3%
5Nebraska$387,207,2837.3%49.7%
6Missouri$286,849,7765.4%55.1%
7South Dakota$252,467,4814.8%59.9%
8Arkansas$232,491,3774.4%64.3%
9Montana$174,033,1183.3%67.6%
10North Dakota$137,986,8022.6%70.2%
11Florida$119,461,2352.3%72.5%
12Louisiana$108,200,0492.1%74.5%
13Iowa$107,865,6782.0%76.6%
14Colorado$97,050,0671.8%78.4%
15Minnesota$95,660,1401.8%80.2%
16Oregon$95,152,4561.8%82.0%
17Mississippi$91,287,5271.7%83.8%
18New Mexico$82,617,4221.6%85.3%
19Georgia$72,440,1961.4%86.7%
20Wyoming$67,598,2531.3%88.0%
21North Carolina$65,812,5721.2%89.2%
22Washington$61,102,7081.2%90.4%
23Puerto Rico$60,959,5711.2%91.6%
24Utah$55,627,4071.1%92.6%
25Kentucky$50,492,7811.0%93.6%
26Tennessee$45,013,8130.9%94.4%
27Alabama$30,535,9020.6%95.0%
28Idaho$30,164,6010.6%95.6%
29Nevada$29,695,5390.6%96.1%
30Illinois$28,287,0900.5%96.7%
31Arizona$21,918,7900.4%97.1%
32Virginia$20,998,5850.4%97.5%
33Wisconsin$17,773,6180.3%97.8%
34Michigan$16,077,5070.3%98.1%
35Ohio$13,938,7430.3%98.4%
36South Carolina$12,994,5930.2%98.6%
37Indiana$12,665,8210.2%98.9%
38Hawaii$10,530,6170.2%99.1%
39Pennsylvania$9,788,6820.2%99.3%
40New York$9,497,5750.2%99.4%
41New Jersey$6,954,1110.1%99.6%
42Massachusetts$6,363,6540.1%99.7%
43Rhode Island$6,286,4730.1%99.8%
44Connecticut$2,543,9000.0%99.9%
45Vermont$1,906,4020.0%99.9%
46Maine$1,661,1280.0%99.9%
47Guam$1,558,2120.0%100.0%
48Maryland$903,6090.0%100.0%
49New Hampshire$647,2830.0%100.0%
50West Virginia$408,0290.0%100.0%
51US Virgin Islands$258,6220.0%100.0%
52Delaware$158,0380.0%100.0%
53Alaska$51,4450.0%100.0%
54Northern Mariana Islands$7,8380.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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