Loan Deficiency Payments in 10th District of Pennsylvania (Rep. Tom Marino) totaled $0 in 2016

States Receiving Loan Deficiency Payments payments, 2016

Rank State Loan Deficiency Payments
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$68,402,69231.3%31.3%
2Kansas$52,872,94924.2%55.5%
3Oklahoma$23,252,25110.6%66.1%
4Georgia$20,784,5549.5%75.6%
5Colorado$10,841,5435.0%80.6%
6Nebraska$8,622,1323.9%84.5%
7Montana$7,849,8413.6%88.1%
8Alabama$3,412,4711.6%89.7%
9South Dakota$3,216,5731.5%91.2%
10North Carolina$2,853,9491.3%92.5%
11Arizona$2,497,2891.1%93.6%
12Florida$2,241,6141.0%94.6%
13Mississippi$1,770,6330.8%95.4%
14Virginia$1,535,7040.7%96.1%
15South Carolina$1,407,8090.6%96.8%
16California$1,346,0150.6%97.4%
17New Mexico$1,283,6110.6%98.0%
18Washington$1,004,1570.5%98.4%
19Idaho$588,1560.3%98.7%
20Wyoming$560,5310.3%99.0%
21North Dakota$558,0050.3%99.2%
22Louisiana$551,1770.3%99.5%
23Arkansas$353,4550.2%99.6%
24Utah$236,6530.1%99.7%
25Missouri$196,4090.1%99.8%
26Oregon$172,3740.1%99.9%
27Tennessee$141,6790.1%100.0%
28Minnesota$28,2310.0%100.0%
29New York$6,6950.0%100.0%
30Ohio$5,3690.0%100.0%
31Wisconsin$1,7170.0%100.0%
32Kentucky$2440.0%100.0%
33Iowa$2130.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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