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New census data shows which states could gain or lose House seats after 2020

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17 states could see their number of districts change after the 2020 census, based on both the long-term population trend from 2010 through 2019 and the short-term trend from just 2018 to 2019. These projected shifts are summarized in the table below:

STATE LOSS SEAT SHIFT Arizona +1 9 → 10
Alabama -1 7 → 6 Colorado +1 7 → 8
California -1 53 → 52 Florida +2 27 → 29
Illinois -1 18 → 17 Montana +1 1 → 2
Michigan -1 14 → 13 North Carolina +1 13 → 14
Minnesota -1 8 → 7 Oregon +1 5 → 6
New York -1 27 → 26 Texas +3 36 → 39
Ohio -1 16 → 15

Pennsylvania -1 18 → 17

Rhode Island -1 2 → 1

West Virginia -1 3 → 2
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