Corn Subsidies in 1st District of Maine (Rep. Chellie Pingree) totaled $108,542 in 2016

States Receiving corn subsidies, 2016

Rank State Corn Subsidies
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Illinois$1,009,978,02615.7%15.7%
2Iowa$806,344,42712.5%28.3%
3Nebraska$764,320,32511.9%40.1%
4Indiana$515,347,3388.0%48.2%
5Minnesota$511,841,9898.0%56.1%
6South Dakota$444,988,8956.9%63.0%
7Ohio$338,938,6775.3%68.3%
8North Dakota$301,618,0564.7%73.0%
9Wisconsin$275,616,4994.3%77.3%
10Kansas$215,277,4823.3%80.6%
11Missouri$214,240,3903.3%84.0%
12Texas$174,132,2422.7%86.7%
13Michigan$163,922,0362.5%89.2%
14Colorado$91,190,2791.4%90.7%
15Kentucky$77,540,3221.2%91.9%
16North Carolina$61,877,6651.0%92.8%
17New York$59,330,6660.9%93.7%
18Mississippi$53,932,4060.8%94.6%
19Louisiana$45,090,5920.7%95.3%
20Tennessee$43,000,6500.7%96.0%
21Pennsylvania$42,725,1080.7%96.6%
22Arkansas$35,381,5280.6%97.2%
23Georgia$28,322,2020.4%97.6%
24South Carolina$26,485,2860.4%98.0%
25Virginia$15,627,1120.2%98.3%
26Oklahoma$15,302,9830.2%98.5%
27Maryland$14,561,8590.2%98.7%
28California$13,897,4040.2%98.9%
29Alabama$13,479,4370.2%99.2%
30Idaho$8,002,4320.1%99.3%
31New Mexico$7,710,8470.1%99.4%
32Delaware$5,446,0700.1%99.5%
33Vermont$4,775,9280.1%99.6%
34Utah$3,765,6150.1%99.6%
35New Jersey$3,716,0250.1%99.7%
36Washington$3,631,9650.1%99.7%
37Oregon$3,143,0420.0%99.8%
38Wyoming$2,949,9320.0%99.8%
39Florida$2,075,6070.0%99.9%
40Montana$1,866,2120.0%99.9%
41West Virginia$1,865,8770.0%99.9%
42Maine$1,773,6880.0%99.9%
43Arizona$1,340,6970.0%100.0%
44Massachusetts$992,6250.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$606,7350.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$520,2070.0%100.0%
47Nevada$238,1010.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$39,7440.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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