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outlook for post-2020 census
« on: December 20, 2018, 08:13:00 AM »

All relevant information here:

https://fairlines.org/blog/apportionment/2020-reapportionment-forecast-total-population-2018-estimates/

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.....Texas looks to gain its 6th, 7th, and 8th new members this century as Florida picks up its 5th and 6th. Four western states (Arizona, Colorado, Montana, and Oregon) would expand their delegations while North Carolina may gain the 14th seat it just missed in 2010.
California is projected to lose a Congressional seat for the first time since it joined the Union. Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania all appear likely to lose another seat, bringing their collective loss for the century to 19. Rhode Island is poised to join the ranks of At-Large states. West Virginia would replace Rhode Island as one of five states with only two members, and Minnesota is on the verge of losing the 8th seat it managed to just barely hold on to in 2010.....
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