|Redistricting Process: Single At-Large District||Population Change (since 2000): 69,844|
|Legislature: Republican||Seats: 1|
|Governor: Matthew Mead (R)||Members of Congress: 1R|
|Party Control: Republican
||2012: 69.3% Obama, 28.0% Romney|
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Redistricting Analysis: Wyoming
As of the 2010 census, the population of Wyoming is 563,626 people. In 2012, the population was estimated at 576,412. According to the 2010 census, the population of Wyoming grew by 14.1% between 2000 and 2010, making it the 12th fastest growing state in the country. Nevertheless, the population remained too small to warrant another district. Demographically, Hispanics are among the groups in Wyoming that saw the largest increases, having grown by 62.0% in the last ten years.
As of 2011, White persons make up 85.5% of the state, Black persons 1.1%, American Indian and Alaska Natives 2.6%, Asians 0.9%, and Native Hawaiians 0.1%. Overall, Hispanics represent 9.1% of the state. Wyoming is one of seven states that have only one ‘at-large’ congressional district. Wyoming has always been an at-large congressional district and, in recent years, has leaned Republican.