Apportionment Resources: Projections

Apportionment Projections
“New Population Estimates Show Additional Changes For 2009 Congressional Apportionment, With Many States Sitting Close to the Edge for 2010″
Kimball Brace | Election Data Services

“Mid-Recession Migration in 2010: Apportionment in 2010″
Clarke Benson | Polidata
December 23, 2009

Polidata Census Library – Apportionment
Current Polidata Apportionment Projections followed by Previous Years’ Projections

“A Rollercoaster Decade for Migration”
William Frey | The Brookings Institution
December 28, 2009

“South sees new pull via Census”
John Fritze | USA Today
December 23, 2009

“The New Constituents: How Latino Population Growth Will Shape Congressional Apportionment After the 2010 Census”
America’s Voice Education Fund
November 2009

“Red States Gaining Ground, But Migration Slowing Down”
Nate Silver | FiveThirtyEight.com
December 26, 2009

“New Population Estimates Show Slight Changes for 2008 Congressional Apportionment”
Kimball Brace | Election Data Services
December 22, 2008

“Census & Redistricting: Now is the time to pay attention”
Kimball Brace | Election Data Services

“The Electoral College Moves to the Sunbelt”
William Frey | The Brookings Institution
May 2005

Historical Reapportionment Study
Kimball Brace | Election Data Services
December 29, 1999

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