New Report: Redistricting in America, A State-by-State Analysis

New Rose Institute Study Analyzes Redistricting Across United States

Today the Rose Institute released “Redistricting in America: A State-by-State Analysis.” “Redistricting in America” provides a comprehensive and up-to-date survey of legislative and congressional redistricting systems in each of the 50 states. “Redistricting in America” offers a behind-the-scenes look at the complex and ever-changing world of redistricting. The report shows where California’s Citizens Redistricting Commission fits into the American redistricting scene, and concludes that California’s new Citizen’s Redistricting Commission offers the most independent process found anywhere in the country.

Institute Fellow Douglas Johnson said “In 2000, Arizona created the most independent commission in the country at the time. California’s new commission takes another step forward: for the first time, the legislature has no ability to name a commission member or to amend the commission’s plan. The Citizen Redistricting Commission will mean California voters will be able pick their representatives, instead of the other way around.”

The report, which for the first time identifies the country’s regional trends in redistricting reform, is available as both a written report and as interactive online map.

The interactive online maps: and

The full written report is available here (PDF).

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