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« on: February 17, 2013, 12:43:16 pm »
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I think 2010 it would have been the second in La, but other years, i don't know at all.
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« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2013, 12:48:02 pm »
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A few years ago, the SSP put together a tidy list of the most and least populous CDs.
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« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2013, 12:49:00 pm »
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thanks miles.  now what about years like 2000, 1990 ect
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« Reply #3 on: February 17, 2013, 01:12:59 pm »
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Gonna be Wyoming for the foreseeable future. They're not even close to having enough people for a seat. Montana should cede the Billings area to them just to make things tidy Tongue Before Vegas became a big city, Nevada was an even worse case. IIRC, they had less than a quarter of a CD's population.
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« Reply #4 on: February 17, 2013, 01:32:59 pm »
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Ok, i did forget about states with only one district.  what is the smallest congressional district in state with at least 2 districts
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« Reply #5 on: February 17, 2013, 02:46:29 pm »
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Ok, i did forget about states with only one district.  what is the smallest congressional district in state with at least 2 districts
Rhode Island. They just barely have enough people to get the second seat and don't really "deserve" both. Things are very crude in the low population states. Montana has just a hair fewer people than Rhode Island, but only gets one seat for their nearly 1 million people.
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« Reply #6 on: February 17, 2013, 03:37:18 pm »
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I think 2010 it would have been the second in La, but other years, i don't know at all.

53 districts with less than 90% of the national average of 708,377


2 Louisiana         69.6%
1 Rhode Island      73.3%
13 Michigan         73.3%
2 Rhode Island      75.3%
11 Ohio             76.3%
14 Michigan         77.7%
3 Nebraska          79.2%
AL Wyoming          79.6%
5 Iowa              81.5%
14 Pennsylvania     82.5%
1 Missouri          82.9%
1 Illinois          82.9%
3 West Virginia     83.1%
1 Iowa              84.2%
1 Ohio              84.5%
10 Ohio             84.6%
17 Ohio             84.7%
4 Illinois          84.9%
2 Illinois          85.1%
7 Alabama           85.2%
4 Iowa              86.0%
9 Tennessee         86.2%
31 California       86.3%
28 New York         86.4%
12 Pennsylvania     86.4%
4 Minnesota         86.8%
1 West Virginia     87.0%
5 Minnesota         87.0%
9 Ohio              87.4%
2 Iowa              87.6%
6 Ohio              88.1%
3 Missouri          88.3%
7 Minnesota         88.3%
AL Vermont          88.3%
1 Nebraska          88.4%
5 Ohio              88.6%
9 Illinois          88.8%
27 New York         88.8%
2 Pennsylvania      89.0%
5 Georgia           89.0%
47 California       89.1%
2 Georgia           89.2%
11 New York         89.3%
4 Ohio              89.3%
5 Missouri          89.5%
10 Florida          89.5%
10 New Jersey       89.5%
17 Illinois         89.6%
5 Michigan          89.7%
1 North Carolina    89.8%
12 Michigan         89.9%
33 California       89.9%
3 Louisiana         90.0%


74 districts with a 10% or more surplus.

3 Nevada            147.4%
AL Montana          139.7%
10 Texas            138.5%
2 Arizona           137.3%
6 Arizona           137.2%
3 Utah              136.4%
5 Florida           131.2%
26 Texas            129.2%
45 California       129.1%
22 Texas            128.6%
1 Utah              128.0%
7 Georgia           127.5%
31 Texas            127.3%
AL Delaware         126.8%
2 Utah              125.8%
10 Virginia         122.7%
14 Florida          121.3%
1 South Carolina    121.0%
21 Texas            121.0%
7 Arizona           120.8%
9 North Carolina    120.3%
28 Texas            120.3%
23 Texas            119.7%
4 Texas             119.4%
44 California       119.3%
25 California       119.2%
3 Texas             118.9%
12 Florida          118.9%
1 Idaho             118.9%
14 Illinois         118.7%
2 Nevada            118.1%
8 Texas             117.7%
12 Texas            117.3%
4 North Carolina    116.7%
2 South Carolina    116.5%
9 Georgia           116.3%
3 Arkansas          116.1%
1 Nevada            115.8%
3 Georgia           115.4%
25 Texas            115.0%
AL South Dakota     114.9%
15 Florida          114.8%
6 Florida           114.7%
7 Florida           114.7%
8 Washington        114.5%
5 Indiana           114.2%
6 Texas             114.2%
25 Florida          113.9%
8 Florida           113.7%
1 Oregon            113.3%
24 Florida          112.8%
6 Colorado          112.6%
16 Florida          112.6%
49 California       112.6%
41 California       112.5%
22 California       112.5%
11 California       112.5%
11 Georgia          112.2%
7 Tennessee         111.9%
24 Texas            111.8%
11 Virginia         111.8%
4 Indiana           111.5%
6 Tennessee         111.3%
1 Mississippi       111.3%
15 Texas            111.1%
1 Virginia          111.0%
4 Oklahoma          110.9%
13 Georgia          110.7%
21 California       110.7%
3 California        110.6%
2 Texas             110.4%
7 Texas             110.2%
14 Texas            110.1%
3 Washington        110.0%


34 districts within 1% of idea.

10 California       100.9%
6 North Carolina    100.9%
4 Maryland          100.8%
5 Connecticut       100.8%
8 New York          100.7%
18 Florida          100.6%
3 Connecticut       100.6%
20 Texas            100.5%
1 Connecticut       100.4%
11 Texas            100.3%
AL Alaska           100.3%
2 Kansas            100.2%
6 Washington        100.2%
8 North Carolina    100.2%
2 California        100.0%
3 Arizona           99.9%
5 Wisconsin         99.9%
8 Michigan          99.9%
5 Tennessee         99.9%
8 Wisconsin         99.8%
4 Connecticut       99.8%
2 Missouri          99.8%
30 Texas            99.7%
3 Colorado          99.7%
1 Indiana           99.6%
1 New York          99.6%
6 Wisconsin         99.5%
7 Washington        99.4%
6 Virginia          99.4%
1 California        99.4%
11 North Carolina   99.3%
1 New Mexico        99.1%
12 New Jersey       99.1%
2 Hawaii            99.0%


Out of place districts include IN-4, FL-6, and AK-AL
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« Reply #7 on: February 17, 2013, 05:41:27 pm »
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2010 LA 2
2000 WY AL
1990 MI 13
1980 NY 21
1970 ND 2
1960 Alaska At-Large?
1950 and before Likely Nevada At Large
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