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2010 Constituents Per State Legislative District

2010 Constituents Per State Legislative District Table

State

Total Legislative Seats

2010 Resident Population

Senate Seats

Average Constituents Per Senate District

House Seats

Average Constituents Per House District

Alabama

140

4,779,736

35

136,564

105

45,521

Alaska

60

710,231

20

35,512

40

17,756

Arizona*

90

6,392,017

30

213,067

60

213,067

Arkansas
135
2,915,918
35
83,312
100
29,159
California
120
37,253,956
40
931,349
80
465,674
Colorado
100
5,029,196
35
143,691
65
77,372
Connecticut
187
3,574,097
36
99,280
151
23,670
Delaware
62
897,934
21
42,759
41
21,901
Florida
160
18,801,310
40
470,033
120
156,678
Georgia
236
9,687,653
56
172,994
180
53,820
Hawaii
76
1,360,301
25
54,412
51
26,673
Idaho*
105
1,567,582
35
44,788
70
44,788
Illinois
177
12,830,632
59
217,468
118
108,734
Indiana
150
6,483,802
50
129,676
100
64,838
Iowa
150
3,046,355
50
60,927
100
30,464
Kansas
165
2,853,118
40
71,328
125
22,825
Kentucky
138
4,339,367
38
114,194
100
43,394
Louisiana
144
4,533,372
39
116,240
105
43,175
Maine
186
1,328,361
35
37,953
151
8,797
Maryland
188
5,773,552
47
122,842
141
40,947
Massachusetts
200
6,547,629
40
163,691
160
40,923
Michigan
148
9,883,640
38
260,096
110
89,851
Minnesota
201
5,303,925
67
79,163
134
39,582
Mississippi
174
2,967,297
52
57,063
122
24,322
Missouri
197
5,988,927
34
176,145
163
36,742
Montana
150
989,415
50
19,788
100
9,894
Nebraska
49
1,826,341
49
37,272
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Nevada
63
2,700,551
21
128,598
42
64,299
New Hampshire
424
1,316,470
24
54,853
400
3,291
New Jersey*
120
8,791,894
40
219,797
80
219,797
New Mexico
112
2,059,179
42
49,028
70
29,417
New York
212
19,378,102
63
307,589
150
129,187
North Carolina
170
9,535,483
50
190,710
120
79,462
North Dakota*
147
672,591
49
13,726
98
13,726
Ohio
132
11,536,504
33
349,591
99
116,530
Oklahoma
149
3,751,351
48
78,153
101
37,142
Oregon
90
3,831,074
30
127,702
60
63,851
Pennsylvania
253
12,702,379
50
254,048
203
62,573
Rhode Island
113
1,052,567
38
27,699
75
14,034
South Carolina
170
4,625,364
46
100,551
124
37,301
South Dakota*
105
814,180
35
23,262
70
23,262
Tennessee
132
6,346,105
33
192,306
99
64,102
Texas
181
25,145,561
31
811,147
150
167,637
Utah
104
2,763,885
29
95,306
75
36,852
Vermont
180
625,741
30
20,858
150
4,172
Virginia
140
8,001,024
40
200,026
100
80,010
Washington*
147
6,724,540
49
137,236
98
137,236
West Virginia
134
1,852,994
34
54,500
100
18,530
Wisconsin
132
5,686,986
33
172,333
99
57,444
Wyoming
90
563,626
30
18,788
60
9,394
Puerto Rico
81
3,725,789
29
128,475
52
71,650
US Congress
535
308,745,538
100
3,087,455
435
709,760

* All house districts are two-member districts.

In states with mixed multi-member districts, district population is for single-member districts.
District population is calculated by dividing the number of seats into total 2010 population.
Source: National Conference of State Legislatures

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