Cotton Subsidies in 44th District of California (Rep. Nanette Barragan) totaled $0 from 1995-2016.

States Receiving cotton subsidies, 1995-2016

Rank State Cotton Subsidies
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$13,091,548,62934.8%34.8%
2Mississippi$4,877,733,85313.0%47.7%
3Georgia$3,347,619,8388.9%56.6%
4California$3,252,994,6928.6%65.3%
5Arkansas$2,244,556,6716.0%71.2%
6Louisiana$1,996,366,9435.3%76.5%
7North Carolina$1,838,972,4204.9%81.4%
8Tennessee$1,542,052,5534.1%85.5%
9Alabama$1,502,235,5964.0%89.5%
10Arizona$1,224,186,5853.3%92.7%
11South Carolina$717,391,7351.9%94.6%
12Missouri$713,160,3001.9%96.5%
13Oklahoma$622,038,2151.7%98.2%
14Florida$257,328,1980.7%98.9%
15Virginia$212,451,9790.6%99.4%
16New Mexico$178,043,2060.5%99.9%
17Kansas$31,861,0680.1%100.0%
18Kentucky$326,1010.0%100.0%
19Ohio$156,5730.0%100.0%
20Maryland$117,2060.0%100.0%
21Iowa$37,8140.0%100.0%
22Illinois$18,7970.0%100.0%
23Wisconsin$15,8140.0%100.0%
24Nebraska$12,7730.0%100.0%
25Indiana$10,8990.0%100.0%
26Montana$6,8040.0%100.0%
27South Dakota$4,4730.0%100.0%
28Colorado$5250.0%100.0%
29Idaho$1350.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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