Corn Subsidies in 3rd District of Pennsylvania (Rep. Mike Kelly) totaled $-12,293 in 2014

SELECT * FROM regionsummary WHERE progcode='corn' and regtype='STATE' and m2014!=0 ORDER BY m2014 DESC

States Receiving corn subsidies, 2014

Rank State Corn Subsidies
2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$306,440,66413.0%13.0%
2South Dakota$264,400,56011.2%24.2%
3Illinois$247,955,54310.5%34.8%
4Minnesota$242,165,70710.3%45.1%
5North Dakota$207,821,6138.8%53.9%
6Nebraska$197,294,5888.4%62.3%
7Missouri$123,481,2265.2%67.5%
8Indiana$123,112,8195.2%72.7%
9Wisconsin$113,702,2454.8%77.6%
10Kansas$109,494,7134.7%82.2%
11Ohio$78,062,2533.3%85.5%
12Texas$52,960,1402.2%87.8%
13Michigan$44,981,7771.9%89.7%
14Kentucky$35,882,0611.5%91.2%
15Colorado$33,946,8321.4%92.7%
16Pennsylvania$25,837,3191.1%93.8%
17Tennessee$18,554,9440.8%94.5%
18North Carolina$18,318,9200.8%95.3%
19Mississippi$14,202,9330.6%95.9%
20Virginia$12,745,0080.5%96.5%
21New York$11,243,2680.5%96.9%
22Arkansas$9,966,5880.4%97.4%
23Maryland$9,563,9320.4%97.8%
24Oklahoma$8,638,7460.4%98.1%
25Louisiana$8,459,2450.4%98.5%
26South Carolina$7,756,9250.3%98.8%
27Alabama$6,254,6920.3%99.1%
28Georgia$4,665,0340.2%99.3%
29Delaware$3,086,2640.1%99.4%
30Wyoming$1,942,0350.1%99.5%
31Vermont$1,716,9610.1%99.6%
32California$1,642,6830.1%99.6%
33New Mexico$1,613,6430.1%99.7%
34New Jersey$1,378,0320.1%99.8%
35Idaho$990,9510.0%99.8%
36Montana$857,2760.0%99.9%
37West Virginia$807,9110.0%99.9%
38Arizona$635,0840.0%99.9%
39Florida$514,6610.0%99.9%
40Oregon$283,2560.0%99.9%
41Connecticut$279,7550.0%100.0%
42Washington$263,7390.0%100.0%
43Massachusetts$217,1640.0%100.0%
44Maine$213,0860.0%100.0%
45Utah$174,0940.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$96,9130.0%100.0%
47Rhode Island$12,7240.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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