Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments in 7th District of Indiana (Rep. Andre Carson) totaled $1.0 million in 2020

States Receiving Total Agricultural Risk Coverage payments, 2020

Rank State Total Agricultural Risk Coverage
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Montana$2,586,34017.7%17.7%
2Texas$1,841,56412.6%30.3%
3Oklahoma$1,187,4698.1%38.5%
4North Dakota$1,026,3507.0%45.5%
5South Dakota$929,9106.4%51.9%
6Michigan$913,2096.3%58.1%
7Kansas$886,0876.1%64.2%
8Oregon$495,2023.4%67.6%
9Minnesota$414,8512.8%70.4%
10Missouri$384,2432.6%73.0%
11Delaware$372,3182.5%75.6%
12Colorado$360,0062.5%78.1%
13North Carolina$359,1392.5%80.5%
14Nebraska$334,2422.3%82.8%
15Illinois$298,3762.0%84.8%
16Iowa$275,0941.9%86.7%
17California$238,7051.6%88.4%
18Louisiana$203,8871.4%89.8%
19Washington$203,4671.4%91.2%
20Arkansas$153,3491.1%92.2%
21Georgia$139,2111.0%93.2%
22Idaho$110,9980.8%93.9%
23Ohio$108,4080.7%94.7%
24Maryland$101,7210.7%95.4%
25South Carolina$86,2850.6%96.0%
26Virginia$75,6800.5%96.5%
27New York$73,5730.5%97.0%
28Alabama$63,9020.4%97.4%
29New Mexico$58,4940.4%97.8%
30Tennessee$54,3540.4%98.2%
31Kentucky$47,5330.3%98.5%
32Wisconsin$46,7180.3%98.8%
33Florida$45,7000.3%99.1%
34Pennsylvania$35,6590.2%99.4%
35Connecticut$21,9540.2%99.5%
36Indiana$20,5540.1%99.7%
37New Jersey$16,4370.1%99.8%
38Mississippi$10,4490.1%99.9%
39West Virginia$8,9520.1%99.9%
40Alaska$8,3140.1%100.0%
41Arizona$2,4870.0%100.0%
42Wyoming$1890.0%100.0%
43Nevada$630.0%100.0%
44Maine$170.0%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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