Deficiency Payments in Washington totaled $9.2 million from 1995-2020‡.

From 1995 to 2020, the top 10 percent of Deficiency Payments payment recipients were paid 70 percent of Deficiency Payments recipients.

Pct. of Recipients Pct. of Payments Number of Recipients Total Payments 1995-2020‡ Payment per Recipient
Top 1%22%116$2,047,205$17,648
Top 2%32%232$2,935,182$12,652
Top 3%39%348$3,616,358$10,392
Top 4%46%464$4,194,339$9,040
Top 5%51%580$4,701,901$8,107
Top 6%56%696$5,152,419$7,403
Top 7%60%812$5,550,409$6,835
Top 8%64%928$5,900,047$6,358
Top 9%67%1,044$6,210,252$5,949
Top 10%70%1,160$6,489,112$5,594
Top 11%73%1,276$6,741,001$5,283
Top 12%76%1,392$6,971,629$5,008
Top 13%78%1,508$7,182,355$4,763
Top 14%80%1,624$7,373,641$4,540
Top 15%82%1,740$7,546,870$4,337
Top 16%84%1,856$7,705,543$4,152
Top 17%85%1,972$7,851,628$3,982
Top 18%87%2,088$7,986,400$3,825
Top 19%88%2,204$8,110,938$3,680
Top 20%89%2,320$8,225,262$3,545
Remaining 80% of recips.11%9,280$991,061$107

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

 

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