|Redistricting Process: Single At-Large District||Population Change (since 2000): 87,220|
|Legislature: Republican||Seats: 1|
|Governor: Brian Schweitzer (D)||Members of Congress: 1R|
|Party Control: N/A||2008: 47% Obama, 50% McCain|
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Redistricting Analysis: Montana
Montana experienced a population growth rate of 9.7% between 2000 and 2010. The population of Montana was reported to be 989,415 according to the US Census in 2010. As of 2012, it is estimated to be 1,005,141 which would signify a population growth of 1.6%. Despite the growing population, Montana still remains a single district state; the population was not large enough to warrant another congressional seat in 2012.
In 2011, Montana reported a population comprised of 87.5% White persons, 0.5% Black persons, 6.4% American Indian and Alaska Native person, 0.7% Asian person and 3.1% persons of Hispanic or Latino origin.