Subtotal, Disaster Payments in West Virginia totaled $26.0 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in West Virginia Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Hampshire County, West Virginia$3,651,71514.0%14.0%
2Berkeley County, West Virginia$2,168,9048.3%22.4%
3Jefferson County, West Virginia$1,956,7357.5%29.9%
4Greenbrier County, West Virginia$1,939,9467.5%37.3%
5Lincoln County, West Virginia$1,391,1545.3%42.7%
6Hardy County, West Virginia$1,362,4685.2%47.9%
7Monroe County, West Virginia$1,020,0533.9%51.8%
8Grant County, West Virginia$1,011,1983.9%55.7%
9Mason County, West Virginia$999,0793.8%59.5%
10Pendleton County, West Virginia$913,6413.5%63.1%
11Jackson County, West Virginia$827,9403.2%66.2%
12Putnam County, West Virginia$787,6183.0%69.3%
13Pocahontas County, West Virginia$631,7802.4%71.7%
14Preston County, West Virginia$572,4852.2%73.9%
15Cabell County, West Virginia$476,9571.8%75.7%
16Mercer County, West Virginia$434,7381.7%77.4%
17Harrison County, West Virginia$358,5961.4%78.8%
18Randolph County, West Virginia$351,7221.4%80.1%
19Barbour County, West Virginia$345,7531.3%81.4%
20Wayne County, West Virginia$343,8331.3%82.8%
21Roane County, West Virginia$334,5421.3%84.1%
22Mineral County, West Virginia$326,7231.3%85.3%
23Nicholas County, West Virginia$283,3441.1%86.4%
24Marshall County, West Virginia$225,4720.9%87.3%
25Kanawha County, West Virginia$215,6150.8%88.1%
26Braxton County, West Virginia$214,5690.8%88.9%
27Summers County, West Virginia$206,5340.8%89.7%
28Upshur County, West Virginia$198,1090.8%90.5%
29Wood County, West Virginia$177,9530.7%91.2%
30Gilmer County, West Virginia$177,2560.7%91.8%
31Lewis County, West Virginia$174,7000.7%92.5%
32Morgan County, West Virginia$152,2980.6%93.1%
33Raleigh County, West Virginia$149,8460.6%93.7%
34Tyler County, West Virginia$146,8810.6%94.2%
35Monongalia County, West Virginia$136,0690.5%94.8%
36Ritchie County, West Virginia$128,8470.5%95.2%
37Wirt County, West Virginia$126,3620.5%95.7%
38Taylor County, West Virginia$116,0490.4%96.2%
39Marion County, West Virginia$112,8030.4%96.6%
40Ohio County, West Virginia$111,2790.4%97.0%
41Calhoun County, West Virginia$106,9500.4%97.4%
42Tucker County, West Virginia$96,6240.4%97.8%
43Wetzel County, West Virginia$85,4000.3%98.1%
44Clay County, West Virginia$71,3320.3%98.4%
45Doddridge County, West Virginia$70,3560.3%98.7%
46Webster County, West Virginia$66,0080.3%98.9%
47Brooke County, West Virginia$65,7740.3%99.2%
48Logan County, West Virginia$64,5850.2%99.4%
49Fayette County, West Virginia$58,7840.2%99.7%
50Boone County, West Virginia$52,8860.2%99.9%
51Hancock County, West Virginia$18,4650.1%99.9%
52Pleasants County, West Virginia$9,3680.0%100.0%
53Wyoming County, West Virginia$4,4900.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

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

 

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