No state’s U.S. House delegation has ever increased from a single, at-large representative to multiple members after two censuses.
Republicans have won at least one U.S. House seat from the Hawkeye State since 1856.
It has been 100 years since the last Wisconsin House freshman lost in a redistricting cycle
Only 1 pair of 101 Republican U.S. Representatives serving in a redistricting cycle has squared off in a renomination battle in Iowa history
The Show Me State has dropped from the 7th to the 18th most populous state in the nation since 1910, losing half of its U.S. House seats along the way
Five decades of sluggish growth see the Buckeye State shed one third of its U.S. House delegation since 1960
Badger State population has dropped from 13th to 20th in the nation over the past century
Iowa has been eclipsed in population by 15 states since its #15 ranking after the 1910 Census (and passed none)
The Gopher State has ranked as high as #17 and as low as #21 for population in the U.S. since the 1910 Census
South Dakota ends a string of three consecutive decades in which Minnesota led the 12-state region in rate of growth