Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments in 52nd District of California (Rep. Scott Peters) totaled $0 from 1995-2017.

States Receiving Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments, 1995-2017

Rank State Total Agricultural Risk Coverage
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Nebraska$1,841,522,79512.9%12.9%
2Iowa$1,786,477,24812.5%25.4%
3Illinois$1,505,640,52610.6%36.0%
4Minnesota$1,284,337,9959.0%45.0%
5Indiana$974,584,9806.8%51.8%
6Ohio$898,489,2986.3%58.1%
7Kansas$777,394,3565.4%63.6%
8North Dakota$668,219,5514.7%68.2%
9South Dakota$653,655,3714.6%72.8%
10Wisconsin$483,349,8143.4%76.2%
11Michigan$447,742,9163.1%79.3%
12Washington$273,957,3201.9%81.3%
13Missouri$269,924,6821.9%83.2%
14Texas$268,645,4751.9%85.0%
15Kentucky$193,222,8911.4%86.4%
16Arkansas$173,213,8071.2%87.6%
17North Carolina$166,288,6641.2%88.8%
18Mississippi$164,630,6281.2%89.9%
19Colorado$164,079,8921.1%91.1%
20Oklahoma$153,835,4611.1%92.2%
21Louisiana$148,153,9741.0%93.2%
22New York$146,971,8791.0%94.2%
23Tennessee$109,858,9290.8%95.0%
24Georgia$90,068,6070.6%95.6%
25Oregon$83,081,0380.6%96.2%
26Pennsylvania$80,889,6120.6%96.8%
27Montana$68,535,0740.5%97.3%
28Idaho$66,720,6950.5%97.7%
29South Carolina$55,769,6190.4%98.1%
30Virginia$54,090,5730.4%98.5%
31Maryland$47,815,4290.3%98.8%
32Alabama$39,425,2110.3%99.1%
33California$35,996,4780.3%99.4%
34New Mexico$17,157,2890.1%99.5%
35Delaware$17,117,4830.1%99.6%
36New Jersey$10,210,5870.1%99.7%
37Utah$10,115,0660.1%99.7%
38Vermont$7,362,4690.1%99.8%
39Wyoming$6,791,5170.0%99.8%
40West Virginia$5,850,4640.0%99.9%
41Maine$5,300,8170.0%99.9%
42Florida$4,849,9840.0%100.0%
43Massachusetts$2,581,6320.0%100.0%
44New Hampshire$1,617,4060.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$1,466,3870.0%100.0%
46Nevada$495,7260.0%100.0%
47Arizona$279,0480.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$111,6830.0%100.0%
49Alaska$1,6940.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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