Sunflower Subsidies in 27th District of New York (Rep. Chris Collins) totaled $15,717 from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving sunflower subsidies, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Sunflower Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$683,383,54151.3%51.3%
2South Dakota$377,708,49428.4%79.7%
3Kansas$81,467,5506.1%85.8%
4Colorado$72,634,1965.5%91.2%
5Minnesota$55,161,6694.1%95.4%
6Nebraska$29,085,2312.2%97.6%
7Texas$19,207,4881.4%99.0%
8Wyoming$3,822,3330.3%99.3%
9California$2,633,8770.2%99.5%
10Oklahoma$2,390,5830.2%99.7%
11Montana$1,107,4080.1%99.8%
12Illinois$573,0280.0%99.8%
13Wisconsin$570,6080.0%99.8%
14Michigan$370,3610.0%99.9%
15Missouri$283,4330.0%99.9%
16Georgia$236,5780.0%99.9%
17New Mexico$166,2940.0%99.9%
18Mississippi$142,0730.0%99.9%
19Ohio$135,9500.0%99.9%
20Pennsylvania$108,7530.0%99.9%
21Iowa$100,6670.0%100.0%
22New York$88,6670.0%100.0%
23Louisiana$71,7730.0%100.0%
24South Carolina$68,8570.0%100.0%
25Washington$64,1210.0%100.0%
26North Carolina$58,5710.0%100.0%
27Arkansas$42,7460.0%100.0%
28Maryland$36,2160.0%100.0%
29Indiana$28,4510.0%100.0%
30Kentucky$24,8640.0%100.0%
31Virginia$21,7750.0%100.0%
32Utah$21,1770.0%100.0%
33Oregon$18,8450.0%100.0%
34Tennessee$18,7800.0%100.0%
35Alabama$18,5030.0%100.0%
36Delaware$7,5920.0%100.0%
37Vermont$4,6090.0%100.0%
38Florida$1,7080.0%100.0%
39Massachusetts$1,2260.0%100.0%
40Arizona$9260.0%100.0%
41New Jersey$8820.0%100.0%
42Idaho$8300.0%100.0%
43Maine$8030.0%100.0%
44Nevada$5380.0%100.0%
45West Virginia$4950.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$720.0%100.0%
47Rhode Island$310.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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