Corn-based ethanol is far and away the most common biofuel in the country. About 95 percent of all ethanol fuel is made from corn, and ethanol dominates the biofuel market, so the percentage of total U.S. biofuels derived from corn must be around 95. About 15-20 percent of all corn produced by U.S. farmers goes into ethanol production. (But even that amount of corn only produces a tiny amount of fuel, compared to the total amount of fuel used by the whole country. Ethanol accounts for about 3 percent of total gasoline consumption.)
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