Total Subsidies payments in 10th District of Pennsylvania (Rep. Scott Perry) totaled $0 in 2022

Total Subsidies by state, 2022

Rank State Total Subsidies
2022
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$2,908,354,65012.0%12.0%
2North Dakota$2,449,363,83110.1%22.0%
3South Dakota$1,768,845,0957.3%29.3%
4Iowa$1,596,762,0386.6%35.8%
5Minnesota$1,332,455,4145.5%41.3%
6Kansas$1,244,861,1985.1%46.4%
7Illinois$1,090,319,1264.5%50.9%
8Nebraska$1,052,569,4224.3%55.2%
9California$872,296,1943.6%58.8%
10Missouri$836,003,4973.4%62.3%
11Montana$804,161,9293.3%65.6%
12Oklahoma$730,311,0113.0%68.6%
13Colorado$572,164,3902.4%70.9%
14Indiana$517,478,3502.1%73.0%
15Arkansas$481,969,3492.0%75.0%
16Washington$476,448,4332.0%77.0%
17Georgia$475,626,6262.0%78.9%
18North Carolina$470,212,3951.9%80.9%
19Ohio$417,458,6231.7%82.6%
20Wisconsin$416,647,7121.7%84.3%
21Michigan$319,834,2521.3%85.6%
22Mississippi$311,334,5741.3%86.9%
23Florida$309,059,6601.3%88.2%
24Louisiana$307,867,1461.3%89.4%
25Kentucky$266,685,8991.1%90.5%
26Oregon$265,243,2421.1%91.6%
27Idaho$243,031,9611.0%92.6%
28New Mexico$230,776,5350.9%93.6%
29Wyoming$165,715,9560.7%94.2%
30South Carolina$165,169,7960.7%94.9%
31Tennessee$160,744,0160.7%95.6%
32Alabama$157,489,3750.6%96.2%
33Virginia$145,258,7640.6%96.8%
34Pennsylvania$137,455,3550.6%97.4%
35Arizona$122,452,8530.5%97.9%
36New York$116,303,8890.5%98.4%
37Utah$108,364,8720.4%98.8%
38Nevada$105,899,3740.4%99.3%
39Maryland$50,257,4540.2%99.5%
40New Jersey$19,551,6750.1%99.5%
41Connecticut$18,732,0320.1%99.6%
42Maine$17,035,2580.1%99.7%
43Massachusetts$16,607,3840.1%99.8%
44Hawaii$15,719,9740.1%99.8%
45Delaware$13,480,9770.1%99.9%
46West Virginia$9,336,3690.0%99.9%
47Vermont$9,322,7850.0%100.0%
48Puerto Rico$4,101,3560.0%100.0%
49New Hampshire$2,864,0930.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$2,287,2840.0%100.0%
51Alaska$1,610,0560.0%100.0%
52US Virgin Islands$242,5860.0%100.0%
53Guam$71,6880.0%100.0%
54American Samoa$4,9540.0%100.0%
55Northern Mariana Islands$4,8110.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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