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PSC Apportionment Calculator

The results from the 2010 Census are in! But that does not mean that analysts do not want to explore the apportionment results. Try out the PSC Apportionment Calculator. Note that we have updated the default values to reflect the results from the 2010 Census.

Screen shot of Apportionment Calculator

Click on image for access to the calculator.

Apportionment Scenarios
David Vitter, R LA, has suggested that the undocumented poulation should not be included in the apportionment population. And, an analysis by the Miami Herald concludes that Florida's second seat is due to its non-citizen population. A Utah analysis is examining whether Utah will get a 5th seat in 2020. And, others have asked whether or not the overseas poulation had an affect on the apportionment results. What is your question?

Below is a table with some examples of data to include in the apportionment calculator. For best results, click on Save as Excel. Enjoy!