Perhaps not as much a surprise as many would think, but yeah, the government favored liberal areas over conservative ones in the 2020 census and it gave the left a few House seats it should never have had.
The Census Bureau reported that its Post-Enumeration Survey, which uses sampling to check the accuracy of the 2020 census, found that Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas were all undercounted.
On the flip side, the states that were overcounted include Delaware, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island and Utah.
Based on the findings, both Texas and Florida should have gained an additional House seat on top of the gains they were rightly awarded. Those seats instead went to the liberal states of Rhode Island and Minnesota.
There isn’t much use in getting all hot and bothered about it as there is no way to remedy the government’s absolute malfeasance until the next census in 2030.
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