Wheat Subsidies in 4th District of Georgia (Rep. Hank Johnson) totaled $1,620 in 2016

States Receiving wheat subsidies, 2016

Rank State Wheat Subsidies
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kansas$341,910,91617.1%17.1%
2North Dakota$287,526,88414.4%31.5%
3Oklahoma$184,105,4039.2%40.7%
4Texas$168,215,3548.4%49.1%
5Montana$160,384,8398.0%57.2%
6Washington$117,494,0305.9%63.0%
7South Dakota$93,249,2954.7%67.7%
8Colorado$89,628,9704.5%72.2%
9Nebraska$62,273,6683.1%75.3%
10Idaho$61,698,9663.1%78.4%
11Minnesota$51,547,8312.6%81.0%
12Missouri$42,942,3382.1%83.1%
13Oregon$42,600,8502.1%85.3%
14Illinois$29,777,2011.5%86.8%
15Arkansas$27,702,6641.4%88.1%
16Ohio$26,728,3111.3%89.5%
17North Carolina$24,361,7301.2%90.7%
18California$21,280,7711.1%91.8%
19Kentucky$20,898,6481.0%92.8%
20Michigan$17,149,3600.9%93.7%
21Tennessee$16,363,4890.8%94.5%
22Indiana$15,391,5810.8%95.3%
23Mississippi$11,027,2840.6%95.8%
24New Mexico$9,750,1750.5%96.3%
25Virginia$8,053,6240.4%96.7%
26Georgia$8,031,0560.4%97.1%
27South Carolina$7,533,8850.4%97.5%
28Arizona$7,205,5320.4%97.8%
29Louisiana$6,309,7190.3%98.2%
30Alabama$6,178,5640.3%98.5%
31Wyoming$5,740,4430.3%98.8%
32Maryland$5,322,2440.3%99.0%
33Utah$4,994,2770.2%99.3%
34Wisconsin$4,069,7480.2%99.5%
35New York$3,560,1350.2%99.7%
36Pennsylvania$2,304,2710.1%99.8%
37Delaware$1,620,8990.1%99.9%
38Iowa$1,310,6980.1%99.9%
39Nevada$773,5990.0%100.0%
40New Jersey$454,1990.0%100.0%
41West Virginia$200,2330.0%100.0%
42Florida$196,3240.0%100.0%
43Maine$25,8170.0%100.0%
44Alaska$6180.0%100.0%
45Massachusetts$5170.0%100.0%
46Vermont$1180.0%100.0%
47Connecticut$1040.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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