USDA subsidies in 3rd District of Kansas (Rep. Sharice Davids) totaled $44.9 million in 2020

Total USDA - Subsidies by state, 2020

Rank State Total USDA - Subsidies
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$940,218,1789.6%9.6%
2Illinois$651,277,0266.6%16.2%
3Minnesota$642,407,3846.5%22.8%
4Nebraska$639,706,7946.5%29.3%
5Texas$616,877,6406.3%35.6%
6Kansas$542,054,5395.5%41.1%
7Wisconsin$457,828,3884.7%45.8%
8California$440,595,6724.5%50.3%
9South Dakota$411,903,8054.2%54.4%
10Missouri$361,865,3923.7%58.1%
11North Dakota$327,162,3473.3%61.5%
12Indiana$325,646,7993.3%64.8%
13Oklahoma$259,174,5872.6%67.4%
14Ohio$250,141,3552.5%70.0%
15Arkansas$234,033,4702.4%72.4%
16Georgia$233,500,9732.4%74.7%
17North Carolina$195,846,7042.0%76.7%
18Kentucky$187,154,4231.9%78.6%
19Michigan$181,042,1741.8%80.5%
20New York$162,078,0461.7%82.1%
21Mississippi$159,899,0691.6%83.8%
22Tennessee$131,554,1491.3%85.1%
23Pennsylvania$127,897,1131.3%86.4%
24Florida$124,554,6451.3%87.7%
25Idaho$115,991,6021.2%88.9%
26Alabama$115,099,5561.2%90.0%
27Washington$109,122,0391.1%91.2%
28New Mexico$100,604,8731.0%92.2%
29Colorado$100,271,9601.0%93.2%
30Montana$97,464,6191.0%94.2%
31Virginia$95,985,9141.0%95.2%
32Louisiana$90,095,7760.9%96.1%
33South Carolina$68,670,1860.7%96.8%
34Oregon$60,897,7490.6%97.4%
35Utah$43,818,3660.4%97.9%
36Arizona$40,284,1890.4%98.3%
37Wyoming$38,567,4610.4%98.7%
38Maryland$29,212,5430.3%99.0%
39Vermont$22,164,0550.2%99.2%
40Nevada$14,944,2730.2%99.3%
41Hawaii$13,867,6620.1%99.5%
42West Virginia$11,893,8610.1%99.6%
43Maine$8,583,0410.1%99.7%
44Delaware$6,884,6060.1%99.8%
45New Jersey$6,850,1030.1%99.8%
46Massachusetts$6,640,2390.1%99.9%
47Connecticut$5,671,8830.1%100.0%
48New Hampshire$3,734,0270.0%100.0%
49Alaska$417,3210.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$289,3390.0%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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