Corn Subsidies in 1st District of Arizona (Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick) totaled $268,581 in 2010

SELECT * FROM regionsummary WHERE progcode='corn' and regtype='STATE' and m2010!=0 ORDER BY m2010 DESC

States Receiving corn subsidies, 2010

Rank State Corn Subsidies
2010
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$615,441,33416.3%16.3%
2Illinois$570,862,19715.1%31.5%
3Nebraska$391,052,52410.4%41.8%
4Minnesota$334,799,2678.9%50.7%
5Indiana$253,194,9696.7%57.4%
6South Dakota$223,170,3175.9%63.3%
7Kansas$170,101,4864.5%67.8%
8Wisconsin$167,870,0694.5%72.3%
9Ohio$161,605,9724.3%76.6%
10Missouri$141,330,0373.7%80.3%
11North Dakota$129,664,4673.4%83.8%
12Michigan$93,895,3002.5%86.2%
13Texas$87,830,3252.3%88.6%
14Colorado$61,312,4551.6%90.2%
15Kentucky$56,930,7791.5%91.7%
16North Carolina$37,440,5731.0%92.7%
17Pennsylvania$35,602,8860.9%93.6%
18New York$27,805,6570.7%94.4%
19Tennessee$25,265,7730.7%95.1%
20Mississippi$22,030,8680.6%95.6%
21Virginia$19,234,2690.5%96.1%
22Maryland$18,446,4780.5%96.6%
23Louisiana$18,397,7580.5%97.1%
24South Carolina$15,451,0420.4%97.5%
25Oklahoma$14,105,6440.4%97.9%
26Georgia$11,152,2800.3%98.2%
27Arkansas$11,078,2570.3%98.5%
28California$10,703,6570.3%98.8%
29Alabama$8,327,5000.2%99.0%
30Delaware$6,828,5540.2%99.2%
31New Mexico$3,847,0390.1%99.3%
32Idaho$3,280,2480.1%99.4%
33Vermont$3,226,9130.1%99.5%
34Wyoming$3,219,9140.1%99.5%
35New Jersey$2,829,3760.1%99.6%
36Washington$2,816,9720.1%99.7%
37West Virginia$2,075,9080.1%99.7%
38Montana$1,982,1370.1%99.8%
39Florida$1,543,1320.0%99.8%
40Arizona$1,278,1870.0%99.9%
41Oregon$1,188,0330.0%99.9%
42Utah$1,117,7070.0%99.9%
43Maine$795,1620.0%100.0%
44Connecticut$662,5510.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$651,4980.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$361,1490.0%100.0%
47Nevada$32,1950.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$22,2650.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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