Commodity subsidies in Washington totaled $2.7 billion from 1995-2019‡.

From 1995 to 2019, the top 10 percent of commodity payment recipients were paid 68 percent of commodity payments.

Pct. of Recipients Pct. of Payments Number of Recipients Total Payments 1995-2019‡ Payment per Recipient
Top 1%20%355$530,849,093$1,495,350
Top 1%20%357$539,605,978$1,511,501
Top 2%31%711$816,100,969$1,147,821
Top 2%31%715$828,440,972$1,158,659
Top 3%39%1,067$1,030,184,457$965,496
Top 3%39%1,072$1,044,419,725$974,272
Top 4%46%1,423$1,199,206,327$842,731
Top 4%46%1,430$1,215,966,301$850,326
Top 5%51%1,778$1,336,548,411$751,715
Top 5%51%1,787$1,355,183,303$758,357
Top 6%55%2,134$1,452,848,754$680,810
Top 6%55%2,145$1,472,887,005$686,661
Top 7%59%2,490$1,552,437,550$623,469
Top 7%59%2,502$1,573,489,168$628,893
Top 8%62%2,846$1,639,198,687$575,966
Top 8%62%2,860$1,661,317,326$580,880
Top 9%65%3,202$1,715,570,348$535,781
Top 9%65%3,218$1,738,852,311$540,352
Top 10%68%3,557$1,783,872,175$501,510
Top 10%68%3,575$1,808,117,316$505,767
Top 11%70%3,913$1,845,504,391$471,634
Top 11%70%3,933$1,870,641,469$475,627
Top 12%72%4,269$1,900,660,196$445,224
Top 12%72%4,290$1,926,246,586$449,009
Top 13%74%4,625$1,951,807,034$422,012
Top 13%74%4,648$1,978,006,245$425,561
Top 14%76%4,980$1,997,885,225$401,182
Top 14%76%5,005$2,024,710,180$404,538
Top 15%78%5,336$2,040,276,201$382,361
Top 15%78%5,363$2,067,673,948$385,544
Top 16%79%5,692$2,079,140,244$365,274
Top 16%79%5,721$2,107,022,295$368,296
Top 17%80%6,048$2,114,714,722$349,655
Top 17%80%6,078$2,142,981,666$352,580
Top 18%82%6,404$2,147,525,750$335,341
Top 18%82%6,436$2,176,218,789$338,132
Top 19%83%6,759$2,177,985,586$322,235
Top 19%83%6,793$2,207,047,990$324,900
Top 20%84%7,115$2,206,225,257$310,081
Top 20%84%7,151$2,235,660,136$312,636
Remaining 80% of recips.16%28,463$422,228,334$14,834
Remaining 80% of recips.16%28,606$428,097,290$14,965

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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