Sunflower Subsidies in 27th District of New York (Rep. Chris Collins) totaled $55 in 2018

States Receiving sunflower subsidies, 2018

Rank State Sunflower Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Dakota$27,966,78145.2%45.2%
2South Dakota$22,768,93736.8%82.1%
3Colorado$3,738,2376.0%88.1%
4Minnesota$2,324,7933.8%91.9%
5Kansas$2,019,0413.3%95.2%
6Nebraska$1,190,3211.9%97.1%
7Texas$1,110,7821.8%98.9%
8Wyoming$248,5900.4%99.3%
9California$113,1900.2%99.5%
10Montana$101,5300.2%99.6%
11Oklahoma$88,0560.1%99.8%
12Georgia$52,4610.1%99.8%
13North Carolina$12,0730.0%99.9%
14Missouri$10,0480.0%99.9%
15Washington$8,5060.0%99.9%
16Illinois$8,2670.0%99.9%
17New Mexico$7,7210.0%99.9%
18Oregon$6,0220.0%99.9%
19South Carolina$5,2920.0%99.9%
20Pennsylvania$5,2550.0%100.0%
21Wisconsin$4,6120.0%100.0%
22Alabama$4,5030.0%100.0%
23Michigan$3,4800.0%100.0%
24Iowa$2,9330.0%100.0%
25Mississippi$2,7730.0%100.0%
26Louisiana$2,6960.0%100.0%
27Tennessee$1,7390.0%100.0%
28Arkansas$1,4760.0%100.0%
29Virginia$1,4090.0%100.0%
30Maryland$1,0390.0%100.0%
31Delaware$6350.0%100.0%
32Kentucky$5820.0%100.0%
33New York$5430.0%100.0%
34Ohio$4870.0%100.0%
35Indiana$2890.0%100.0%
36New Jersey$2090.0%100.0%
37Idaho$1110.0%100.0%
38Utah$400.0%100.0%
39Arizona$320.0%100.0%
40West Virginia$140.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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