Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments in 46th District of California (Rep. Lou Correa) totaled $0 in 2016

States Receiving Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments, 2016

Rank State Total Agricultural Risk Coverage
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Illinois$919,892,48515.2%15.2%
2Iowa$670,555,98011.0%26.2%
3Nebraska$661,354,80310.9%37.1%
4Indiana$539,849,2848.9%46.0%
5Minnesota$408,613,0256.7%52.7%
6Ohio$393,294,7296.5%59.2%
7North Dakota$340,631,4235.6%64.8%
8Kansas$266,214,1844.4%69.2%
9South Dakota$220,211,0153.6%72.8%
10Wisconsin$205,310,6883.4%76.2%
11Missouri$177,196,3652.9%79.1%
12Michigan$152,895,1622.5%81.6%
13Texas$104,580,0071.7%83.4%
14Washington$103,505,7041.7%85.1%
15Mississippi$95,035,7131.6%86.6%
16North Carolina$86,551,5271.4%88.1%
17Arkansas$77,595,3361.3%89.3%
18Louisiana$75,990,2381.3%90.6%
19Colorado$70,466,3361.2%91.7%
20Kentucky$58,956,1761.0%92.7%
21Oklahoma$57,856,3121.0%93.7%
22New York$56,819,0660.9%94.6%
23Tennessee$40,938,3480.7%95.3%
24Oregon$33,857,2880.6%95.8%
25Montana$32,443,0610.5%96.4%
26Georgia$31,666,1780.5%96.9%
27Idaho$30,374,2030.5%97.4%
28South Carolina$29,116,7180.5%97.9%
29Pennsylvania$29,028,3660.5%98.4%
30Maryland$18,252,7080.3%98.7%
31Virginia$17,595,6380.3%98.9%
32California$15,514,6080.3%99.2%
33Alabama$13,012,8630.2%99.4%
34Delaware$7,108,4880.1%99.5%
35New Mexico$6,719,5290.1%99.6%
36New Jersey$4,486,8610.1%99.7%
37Utah$3,900,6360.1%99.8%
38Vermont$3,689,8280.1%99.8%
39Maine$2,046,2020.0%99.9%
40West Virginia$2,015,3400.0%99.9%
41Florida$1,915,5190.0%99.9%
42Wyoming$1,572,9580.0%100.0%
43Massachusetts$933,9620.0%100.0%
44New Hampshire$508,4140.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$499,4750.0%100.0%
46Arizona$156,4450.0%100.0%
47Nevada$129,7590.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$38,1670.0%100.0%
49Alaska$1,6940.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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