According to the results of the last census, seven seats in the next Congress changed the States.
The top losers of the decade were New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Illinois and California. The status of these states was determined by the unfit for living conditions and skills of "top managers" in the person of Governors and Mayors, and the exodus of millions of residents to other states. In total, these states lost 7 seats in Congress.
In turn, Texas, North Carolina, Florida, Colorado, Montana and Oregon became the states that were transferred to t...