Apportionment

Fair Lines used the newly released ACS 5-year Estimates from 2014-2018 to forecast how reapportionment would play out if the Census Bureau reapportioned congressional representation based on the total citizen …
Based on Fair Lines America’s updated 2020 reapportionment estimates the twelve seats listed below will be either the final 6 apportioned or the first 6 left out.
Below are Fair Lines America’s updated 2019 estimates for reapportionment following the 2020 Census. The 2020 reapportionment will allocate congressional representation (and Electoral College votes) for the 50 states from …
Though the number of Congressional seats has not changed since 1911, the movement of seats has. A review of aggregate representation shifts over the past five reapportionments reveals 62 seats …
Based on Fair Lines America’s updated 2020 reapportionment estimates the twelve seats listed below are the ones forecast to be either the final 6 apportioned or the first 6 left …
Fair Lines America updated their 2018 estimates for reapportionment following the 2020 Census. The 2020 reapportionment will allocate congressional representation (and Electoral College votes) for the 50 states from 2022 …
Fair Lines used the newly released ACS 5-year Estimates from 2013-2017 to forecast how reapportionment would play out if the Census Bureau reapportioned congressional representation based on the total citizen …
In 2020, the decennial census is set to include a citizenship question for the first time since 1950.
Most apportionment changes are seen months, if not years, in advance, but each decade a seat or two shifts unexpectedly.
Since Alexander Hamilton and James Madison first made their arguments for apportioning representation the United States has held 23 censuses. The 24th, the 2020 Census, will allocate members of Congress …
Fair representation in the House of Representatives has been a contested topic since the drafting of the United States Constitution in 1787.
The above information was prepared by Fair Lines America