Commodity subsidies in 13th District of Illinois (Rep. Rodney Davis) totaled $2.1 billion in 2020

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 2020

Rank State Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$929,105,69610.4%10.4%
2Illinois$622,745,6867.0%17.3%
3Nebraska$616,956,5986.9%24.2%
4Minnesota$593,345,9226.6%30.9%
5Texas$535,556,7416.0%36.9%
6Kansas$533,831,6026.0%42.8%
7Wisconsin$450,914,6545.0%47.9%
8California$430,647,9614.8%52.7%
9South Dakota$396,048,7414.4%57.1%
10Missouri$347,492,4263.9%61.0%
11Indiana$313,924,3143.5%64.5%
12North Dakota$260,174,9192.9%67.4%
13Oklahoma$243,069,7582.7%70.1%
14Ohio$231,633,9972.6%72.7%
15Arkansas$194,031,0202.2%74.9%
16Michigan$173,728,2491.9%76.8%
17Kentucky$170,265,0601.9%78.7%
18New York$160,396,1251.8%80.5%
19Georgia$153,625,7011.7%82.2%
20Mississippi$148,312,5171.7%83.9%
21Tennessee$126,828,1441.4%85.3%
22Pennsylvania$121,176,7981.4%86.7%
23Idaho$112,049,1311.3%87.9%
24Washington$102,819,5281.1%89.1%
25North Carolina$97,443,3321.1%90.2%
26Colorado$92,399,5601.0%91.2%
27Montana$89,213,3391.0%92.2%
28Alabama$88,419,9071.0%93.2%
29Virginia$80,737,9290.9%94.1%
30Florida$76,592,1790.9%94.9%
31Louisiana$70,291,3920.8%95.7%
32New Mexico$66,182,5550.7%96.5%
33Oregon$54,792,6510.6%97.1%
34Utah$39,236,9620.4%97.5%
35Arizona$37,493,6580.4%97.9%
36Wyoming$36,597,1950.4%98.4%
37South Carolina$33,279,5620.4%98.7%
38Maryland$28,163,9430.3%99.0%
39Vermont$21,934,0080.2%99.3%
40Nevada$14,058,1760.2%99.4%
41West Virginia$11,424,0250.1%99.6%
42Maine$8,502,1910.1%99.7%
43Delaware$6,830,6660.1%99.7%
44Massachusetts$6,524,6750.1%99.8%
45Connecticut$5,531,9400.1%99.9%
46New Jersey$4,445,1090.0%99.9%
47New Hampshire$3,246,7860.0%100.0%
48Hawaii$3,224,6110.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$87,5660.0%100.0%
50Alaska$80,4680.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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