Commodity subsidies in 10th District of Texas (Rep. Michael McCaul) totaled $448 million from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Subtotal, Farming Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$21,961,225,9689.1%9.1%
2Texas$20,669,145,2048.6%17.7%
3Illinois$19,633,728,0698.2%25.9%
4Nebraska$15,363,209,2016.4%32.3%
5Minnesota$14,342,112,7936.0%38.2%
6Kansas$13,287,491,7075.5%43.8%
7Arkansas$11,835,559,3494.9%48.7%
8Indiana$10,049,864,0984.2%52.9%
9North Dakota$9,481,009,6013.9%56.8%
10California$8,156,837,4063.4%60.2%
11Missouri$8,001,710,8383.3%63.5%
12South Dakota$7,724,054,6243.2%66.7%
13Ohio$7,492,091,9803.1%69.9%
14Mississippi$7,485,434,1863.1%73.0%
15Georgia$6,304,708,0262.6%75.6%
16Wisconsin$6,277,048,3002.6%78.2%
17Louisiana$5,437,694,9712.3%80.5%
18Oklahoma$4,680,620,9541.9%82.4%
19North Carolina$4,589,104,5491.9%84.3%
20Michigan$4,242,286,8321.8%86.1%
21Montana$3,702,278,5411.5%87.6%
22Tennessee$3,155,573,2151.3%88.9%
23Kentucky$3,090,052,5711.3%90.2%
24Colorado$2,963,215,9101.2%91.5%
25Washington$2,824,269,0771.2%92.6%
26Alabama$2,485,885,2681.0%93.7%
27Idaho$2,308,643,2411.0%94.6%
28New York$1,797,847,0570.7%95.4%
29Pennsylvania$1,558,791,9000.6%96.0%
30Virginia$1,530,914,7360.6%96.7%
31Arizona$1,481,197,3200.6%97.3%
32South Carolina$1,438,854,4740.6%97.9%
33Oregon$1,064,684,6090.4%98.3%
34New Mexico$828,374,3590.3%98.7%
35Maryland$791,962,6610.3%99.0%
36Florida$751,556,6480.3%99.3%
37Utah$332,646,2340.1%99.4%
38Wyoming$317,424,4110.1%99.6%
39Delaware$250,598,8570.1%99.7%
40Vermont$236,293,9850.1%99.8%
41New Jersey$129,805,4980.1%99.8%
42West Virginia$100,242,1050.0%99.9%
43Maine$98,689,0440.0%99.9%
44Massachusetts$57,152,2750.0%99.9%
45Connecticut$55,475,2650.0%100.0%
46Nevada$51,954,7120.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$37,129,8620.0%100.0%
48Alaska$10,396,3220.0%100.0%
49Hawaii$5,910,0240.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$2,934,2090.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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