Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments Program in 3rd District of Arkansas (Rep. Steve Womack) totaled $39,380 from 1995-2016.

States Receiving Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments Program payments, 1995-2016

Rank State Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments Program
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$1,009,653,54920.1%20.1%
2North Dakota$639,628,68812.7%32.9%
3Kansas$447,707,8348.9%41.8%
4Iowa$389,807,6137.8%49.6%
5Oklahoma$209,870,1484.2%53.8%
6Illinois$185,723,2433.7%57.5%
7South Dakota$167,916,4383.3%60.8%
8Missouri$167,563,8873.3%64.1%
9Ohio$148,972,1183.0%67.1%
10Minnesota$147,145,4012.9%70.0%
11Indiana$145,591,7052.9%72.9%
12Colorado$144,420,7942.9%75.8%
13Montana$136,759,1372.7%78.5%
14Nebraska$131,625,6792.6%81.2%
15Washington$121,265,8342.4%83.6%
16North Carolina$102,239,4582.0%85.6%
17Wisconsin$91,130,3961.8%87.4%
18Georgia$74,075,2211.5%88.9%
19Kentucky$56,449,2811.1%90.0%
20California$48,744,5111.0%91.0%
21Oregon$43,888,5880.9%91.9%
22Michigan$42,652,6370.9%92.7%
23Tennessee$41,420,2600.8%93.6%
24Alabama$40,822,3950.8%94.4%
25Florida$40,768,8010.8%95.2%
26Virginia$40,387,3300.8%96.0%
27Idaho$29,561,6130.6%96.6%
28New Mexico$26,845,3630.5%97.1%
29Louisiana$22,877,5100.5%97.6%
30Mississippi$21,789,5390.4%98.0%
31Arkansas$18,345,9210.4%98.4%
32South Carolina$13,230,0690.3%98.6%
33Maryland$11,578,2660.2%98.9%
34Vermont$9,169,8960.2%99.1%
35Delaware$7,500,8260.1%99.2%
36Connecticut$7,347,1550.1%99.4%
37New Jersey$6,422,3640.1%99.5%
38New York$5,984,9400.1%99.6%
39Massachusetts$5,701,8570.1%99.7%
40Pennsylvania$3,509,9680.1%99.8%
41Wyoming$2,716,9700.1%99.8%
42Utah$2,597,1200.1%99.9%
43Nevada$1,701,1800.0%99.9%
44Arizona$1,065,7270.0%99.9%
45Maine$750,3140.0%100.0%
46Hawaii$717,2380.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$416,1660.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$314,0240.0%100.0%
49West Virginia$289,5560.0%100.0%
50Alaska$262,5670.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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