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2020 Congressional Apportionment - Total Citizen Population

Citizen Population from the 2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates

Total Non-Citizen Population The ACS 5-year Estimates from 2015-2019 peg the total resident population of the United States at 324,697,795 including 302,533,815 citizens (93.2% of the total po...

2020 Apportionment

The U.S. Census Bureau announced the total population counts for the 2020 Census on April 26, 2021. Those counts are used to reapportion Congressional representation among the fifty states. All sta...

2020 Reapportionment Forecast - Total Population

Congressional representation is reapportioned every decade following the completion of the decennial census. Most reapportionment estimates released in December 2020 agreed ( EDS & PoliData )...

2020 Bubble Seat Projections

The 12 seats on the 2020 reapportionment bubble.

If there are any surprises with the 2020 reapportionment (not impossible given the uncertainty surrounding the Census this year) look no further than these twelve “Bubble Seats.” What Are Bu...

Modern Congressional Reapportionment (1960 – 2010)

Reapportionment changes from 1960-2010 Over the past six reapportionments, 61 seats shifted from the Northeast and Midwest to the South and West. The Losers Northeast The Northeast region...

Apportioning Congressional Representation in the United States

How the Census Apportions Seats The method of reapportionment has changed four times in the 229 years following its inception, but the data for it has always come from a decennial national censu...

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