Emergency Conservation payments in Washington totaled $20.6 million from 1995-2020‡.

From 1995 to 2020, the top 10 percent of Emergency Conservation payment recipients were paid 56 percent of Emergency Conservation recipients.

Pct. of Recipients Pct. of Payments Number of Recipients Total Payments 1995-2020‡ Payment per Recipient
Top 1%13%13$2,714,757$208,827
Top 2%23%27$4,647,292$172,122
Top 3%30%41$6,153,642$150,089
Top 4%35%55$7,320,389$133,098
Top 5%40%69$8,293,917$120,202
Top 6%44%83$9,146,307$110,196
Top 7%48%97$9,903,751$102,101
Top 8%51%111$10,536,989$94,928
Top 9%54%125$11,120,969$88,968
Top 10%56%139$11,650,493$83,816
Top 11%59%152$12,108,534$79,661
Top 12%61%166$12,565,174$75,694
Top 13%63%180$12,981,373$72,119
Top 14%65%194$13,370,399$68,920
Top 15%67%208$13,728,146$66,001
Top 16%68%222$14,059,072$63,329
Top 17%70%236$14,368,570$60,884
Top 18%71%250$14,658,206$58,633
Top 19%72%264$14,929,922$56,553
Top 20%74%278$15,185,982$54,626
Remaining 80% of recips.26%1,112$5,442,465$4,894

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

 

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