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Keeping Up With Redistricting | OAS Episode 190

On this episode, Ben Williams from NCSL talks about the latest legal developments around redistricting and the efforts in 13 states to reallocate inmate data from rural prisons to the communities where the inmates came from. 


2010 Redistricting Deviation Table

There are several methods of measuring the extent to which populations of all the districts in a plan vary, or differ collectively from the "ideal." The method expressed in this document is "Overall Range."

2022-2023 NCSL Census Webinar Series

NCSL hosted a webinar series in 2022 and 2023 addressing accuracy, quality and concerns—plus ways that states can lend assistance to the bureau either to assure that the data is as accurate as possible, or to work with the data for analysis and beyond.

Redistricting and Use of Census Data

The United States Constitution, Article I, Section 2 requires congressional apportionment to be based on an “enumeration” of the U.S. population. However, the Constitution is silent on what data is to be used for redistricting.