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1:761,169, on average, versus Art. I,
2020 Census Apportionment Results Delivered to the President
• After the 1790 Census, each member of the House represented about 34,000 residents. Since then, the House has more than quadrupled in size (from 105 to 435 seats), and each member will represent an average of 761,169 people based on the 2020 Census.

• Texas will gain two seats in the House of Representatives, five states will gain one seat each (Colorado, Florida, Montana, North Carolina, and Oregon), seven states will lose one seat each (California, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia), and the remaining states' number of seats will not change based on the 2020 Census.

Upon receipt of the apportionment counts, the president will transmit them to the 117th Congress. The reapportioned Congress will be the 118th, which convenes in January 2023.

2022 ligitigation is going to be EPIC! ubn warned many, many times
most recently, 21 Jan 2021 and with immigrant sanctuary highlightsApril 24, 2019
by Cat on Tue Apr 27th, 2021 at 03:10:23 PM EST
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Apparently the population of Mississippi (blue on above map, just to the east of the Mississippi River, with panhandle to the coast) has dropped (slightly, about 6000 people) in absolute numbers.

This is in an overall situation where the South is the fastest growing region of the country. And regardless of whether the census-taking system might have had some inherent or systemic bias, it seems that the loss is primarily in the white community. The African American and Latinx count went up, but the white numbers went down by more: about 48,000 in a state of 3 million.

Apparently everybody is moving to Texas. Another theory is that the republican good ol' boys refused to fill out that dang govermint paperwork.

by asdf on Wed Apr 28th, 2021 at 04:02:37 PM EST
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2020 Demographic Analysis
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On December 15, 2020, the DA estimates for April 1, 2020 were released at a news conference. This release included the three official sets of DA estimates for the Black Alone/Non-Black Alone, Black Alone or in Combination/Non-Black Alone or in Combination, and Hispanic/Non-Hispanic populations by single year of age and sex. A range of estimates--Low, Middle, High--was produced for each set to account for uncertainty.
by Cat on Thu Apr 29th, 2021 at 12:14:18 PM EST
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by Cat on Thu Apr 29th, 2021 at 02:50:54 PM EST
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