Apportionment of U.S. House of Representatives, 2010

See how the 2010 Census affected the apportionment of the House of Representatives.

State Apportionment population
(April 1, 2010)
  Number of apportioned representatives based on 2010 Census   Change in seats from Census 2000 apportionment
Alabama4,802,982 7 0
Alaska721,523 1 0
Arizona6,412,700 9 +1
Arkansas2,926,229 4 0
California37,341,989 53 0
Colorado5,044,930 7 0
Connecticut3,581,628 5 0
Delaware900,877 1 0
Florida18,900,773 27 +2
Georgia9,727,566 14 +1
Hawaii1,366,862 2 0
Idaho1,573,499 2 0
Illinois12,864,380 18 -1
Indiana6,501,582 9 0
Iowa3,053,787 4 -1
Kansas2,863,813 4 0
Kentucky4,350,606 6 0
Louisiana4,553,962 6 -1
Maine1,333,074 2 0
Maryland5,789,929 8 0
Massachusetts6,559,644 9 -1
Michigan9,911,626 14 -1
Minnesota5,314,879 8 0
Mississippi2,978,240 4 0
Missouri6,011,478 8 -1
Montana994,416 1 0
Nebraska1,831,825 3 0
Nevada2,709,432 4 +1
New Hampshire1,321,445 2 0
New Jersey8,807,501 12 -1
New Mexico2,067,273 3 0
New York19,421,055 27 -2
North Carolina9,565,781 13 0
North Dakota675,905 1 0
Ohio11,568,495 16 -2
Oklahoma3,764,882 5 0
Oregon3,848,606 5 0
Pennsylvania12,734,905 18 -1
Rhode Island1,055,247 2 0
South Carolina4,645,975 7 +1
South Dakota819,761 1 0
Tennessee6,375,431 9 0
Texas25,268,418 36 +4
Utah2,770,765 4 +1
Vermont630,337 1 0
Virginia8,037,736 11 0
Washington6,753,369 10 +1
West Virginia1,859,815 3 0
Wisconsin5,698,230 8 0
Wyoming568,300 1 0
TOTAL309,183,463 435  
Note: Apportionment population includes the resident population for the 50 states, as ascertained by the Twenty-Third Decennial Census under Title 13, United States Code, and counts of overseas U.S. military and federal civilian employees (and their dependents living with them) allocated to their home state, as reported by the employing federal agencies. The apportionment population excludes the population of the District of Columbia.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Congressional Apportionment, 2010 Apportionment Results.


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