|Redistricting Process: Single At-Large District||Population Change (since 2000): 114,334|
|Legislature: Democratic||Seats: 1|
|Governor: Jack Markell (D)||Members of Congress: 1D|
|Party Control: Democratic||2012: 58.6% Obama, 40.0% Romney|
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Redistricting Analysis: Delaware
Between 2000 and 2010, Delaware experienced a population growth rate of about 14.6%, from 783,600 in 2000 to 897,934 in 2010. As of the 2010 census, the population of Delaware has grown by 2.1% from 2010 to 2012. In 2010 the population was reported to be 897,934 and as of 2012, estimated to be 917,092. Despite the population change to over 900,000 residents, Delaware has yet to gain any seat from reapportionment after the census.
As of 2011, White persons make up 65.1% of the state, Black persons 21.9%, American Indian or Alaska Native persons 0.7%, Asian persons 3.4%, and persons of Hispanic or Latino decent 8.4%. Though the state did not lose or gain any seats in Congress, the population shift from north to south threatened to change the House and Senate districts. The statewide district is largely democratic with a 60.07% party advantage.