Corn Subsidies in 20th District of Florida (Rep. Alcee Hastings) totaled $0 in 2017

States Receiving corn subsidies, 2017

Rank State Corn Subsidies
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Nebraska$774,745,35514.9%14.9%
2Illinois$593,546,33711.4%26.4%
3Iowa$466,247,9949.0%35.4%
4South Dakota$399,272,8397.7%43.1%
5Indiana$395,172,0417.6%50.7%
6Minnesota$347,540,9246.7%57.4%
7Ohio$305,753,1825.9%63.3%
8Kansas$276,691,9185.3%68.6%
9Missouri$208,319,8744.0%72.6%
10Michigan$174,800,1903.4%76.0%
11North Dakota$168,860,9203.3%79.3%
12Texas$161,569,4253.1%82.4%
13Wisconsin$145,047,4832.8%85.2%
14Kentucky$110,740,7782.1%87.3%
15Colorado$87,358,5791.7%89.0%
16Tennessee$60,191,9681.2%90.1%
17Mississippi$55,078,9411.1%91.2%
18Pennsylvania$50,575,6351.0%92.2%
19New York$50,447,2741.0%93.2%
20Louisiana$49,241,0690.9%94.1%
21North Carolina$47,819,9200.9%95.0%
22Arkansas$39,164,2880.8%95.8%
23Georgia$29,100,6390.6%96.3%
24Maryland$29,027,9010.6%96.9%
25Virginia$26,191,1570.5%97.4%
26Oklahoma$19,125,0240.4%97.8%
27Alabama$16,970,9990.3%98.1%
28South Carolina$16,759,9630.3%98.4%
29California$14,401,1210.3%98.7%
30Delaware$10,470,0670.2%98.9%
31Idaho$10,452,3920.2%99.1%
32New Mexico$7,841,6980.2%99.3%
33Washington$5,453,5040.1%99.4%
34Wyoming$5,118,1460.1%99.5%
35New Jersey$3,980,4050.1%99.5%
36Arizona$3,976,0520.1%99.6%
37Utah$3,587,7730.1%99.7%
38West Virginia$3,000,4950.1%99.7%
39Montana$2,997,8690.1%99.8%
40Oregon$2,932,3970.1%99.9%
41Vermont$1,981,5760.0%99.9%
42Florida$1,911,6660.0%99.9%
43Maine$1,513,5110.0%100.0%
44Massachusetts$879,5830.0%100.0%
45New Hampshire$584,7320.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$548,7440.0%100.0%
47Nevada$183,5490.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$49,0970.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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