Cotton Subsidies in 2nd District of Georgia (Rep. Sanford Bishop) totaled $37.6 million in 2016

States Receiving cotton subsidies, 2016

Rank State Cotton Subsidies
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$602,050,92455.3%55.3%
2Georgia$145,331,60613.4%68.7%
3Mississippi$46,472,2014.3%72.9%
4Alabama$41,293,6413.8%76.7%
5North Carolina$39,545,8083.6%80.4%
6California$39,404,2303.6%84.0%
7Oklahoma$30,673,4202.8%86.8%
8Arkansas$25,216,0842.3%89.1%
9South Carolina$23,000,4812.1%91.2%
10Tennessee$20,562,7991.9%93.1%
11Arizona$16,345,0841.5%94.6%
12Missouri$15,408,0881.4%96.0%
13Louisiana$14,730,9091.4%97.4%
14Florida$12,440,2601.1%98.5%
15Virginia$8,189,1860.8%99.3%
16New Mexico$5,432,2060.5%99.8%
17Kansas$2,316,4680.2%100.0%
18Ohio$103,5140.0%100.0%
19Wisconsin$15,4830.0%100.0%
20Illinois$13,2860.0%100.0%
21Iowa$13,0870.0%100.0%
22Indiana$8,9340.0%100.0%
23Nebraska$7,7870.0%100.0%
24Montana$6,8040.0%100.0%
25Kentucky$3,3770.0%100.0%
26South Dakota$3230.0%100.0%
27Maryland$2440.0%100.0%
28Idaho$1350.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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