2010 Census: Who Won and Lost Congressional Seats

In: Interactive Maps Politics Source: NYT

21 Dec 2010

10 states will lose congressional districts (mostly in the northeast) ; 8 will gain (mostly in the south and southwest), and the other 32 will stay the same. The tables below the map show the change in state populations since 2000. You can also use the timeline to view the re-apportionments back to 1920. (related article; related NYT political blog; Census press release)

And the official total? There are 308,745,538 people in the United States.

Map of congress seats won and lost due to 2010 census from NYT

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