2010 census counts by California’s congressional districts
California’s 53 congressional districts will be redrawn this year to form new districts with populations as close as possible to the target 702,905. Regions with districts below the target, such as in the Bay Area and urban Los Angeles and Orange counties, will lose districts while the inland areas will gain districts.
The map shows how many residents the current district is above or below that target. Click on the districts below for additional details about demographics. Read the story: Census may shift political power in California
Difference from target population of 702,905
-95,000 to -50,000 -50,000 to 0 0 to +50,000 +50,000 to +100,000 +100,000 to +215,000
MORE CENSUS MAPS: California’s state Assembly districts | California’s state Senate districts
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Megan Garvey, Thomas Suh Lauder, Maloy Moore, Sandra Poindexter, Doug Smith, Ben Welsh / Los Angeles Times
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