Total Price Loss Coverage payments in 5th District of California (Rep. Mike Thompson) totaled $0 in 2016

States Receiving Total Price Loss Coverage payments, 2016

Rank State Total Price Loss Coverage
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$360,469,96018.5%18.5%
2Arkansas$300,407,80115.4%33.9%
3Georgia$241,009,96312.4%46.3%
4North Dakota$120,195,7686.2%52.5%
5Kansas$107,223,3045.5%58.0%
6Louisiana$102,944,1585.3%63.3%
7Missouri$81,330,4724.2%67.4%
8Montana$80,029,6714.1%71.5%
9Mississippi$68,689,1433.5%75.1%
10Oklahoma$65,114,4293.3%78.4%
11Alabama$64,148,9463.3%81.7%
12North Carolina$41,031,9402.1%83.8%
13Colorado$38,934,5062.0%85.8%
14Florida$33,421,8861.7%87.5%
15Idaho$32,513,3291.7%89.2%
16Nebraska$31,940,1381.6%90.8%
17South Carolina$25,898,2391.3%92.2%
18South Dakota$25,465,4481.3%93.5%
19Virginia$19,400,3301.0%94.5%
20California$18,177,9810.9%95.4%
21New Mexico$14,743,9590.8%96.2%
22Illinois$10,870,3910.6%96.7%
23Arizona$8,566,6090.4%97.2%
24Minnesota$7,434,8370.4%97.5%
25Washington$6,782,8740.3%97.9%
26Ohio$5,198,5070.3%98.2%
27Oregon$4,500,7960.2%98.4%
28Iowa$4,135,2640.2%98.6%
29Utah$3,990,1050.2%98.8%
30Kentucky$3,762,5920.2%99.0%
31Tennessee$3,619,9350.2%99.2%
32Wyoming$3,601,3440.2%99.4%
33Michigan$3,185,7090.2%99.5%
34Indiana$2,509,7870.1%99.7%
35Maryland$2,252,2670.1%99.8%
36Wisconsin$1,728,9230.1%99.9%
37Pennsylvania$1,037,4490.1%99.9%
38Delaware$796,9270.0%100.0%
39Nevada$352,7580.0%100.0%
40New York$343,3670.0%100.0%
41New Jersey$96,0260.0%100.0%
42Connecticut$39,8350.0%100.0%
43Maine$28,5900.0%100.0%
44West Virginia$16,8260.0%100.0%
45Vermont$13,7660.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$12,2610.0%100.0%
47Alaska$10,8570.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$1,5960.0%100.0%
49Massachusetts$740.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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