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Redistricting


18 states now have a different number
of U.S. Representatives after the November 12, 2012 election
during which those U.S. Representatives have been elected or removed.

Based on the completion of the U.S. Census every ten years, the 435 U.S. Congressional Districts are reapportioned across the 50 states. This occurs according to the updated populations of each state. In the table below we communicate the impact on the 18 states that will have a new number of districts for the 2010 general election. Each of the 18 individual state determines the borders of their states new set of districts.

States that will lose or gain in
the number of U.S. Congressional Districts

due to the population according to
the 2010 U.S. Census

Before
2010 Census


After
2010 Census


Net Gain or Loss

Arizona

8

9

+1

Florida

25

27

+2

Georgia

13

14

+1

Illinois

19

18

-1

Iowa

5

4

-1

Louisiana

7

6

-1

Massachusetts

10

9

-1

Michigan

15

14

-1

Missouri

9

8

-1

Nevada

3

4

+1

New Jersey

13

12

-1

New York

29

27

-2

Ohio

18

16

-2

Pennsylvania

19

18

-1

South Carolina

6

7

+1

Texas

32

36

+4

Utah

3

4

+1

Washington

9

10

+1

Additional Information and Sources

As of January 2011 the United States population is about 312 million.

The average population of each of the 435 U.S. Congressional Districts will have approximately 717,000 people.

Source: Ballotedia as viewed on 14 Jan 2011


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