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Spin Control 2010 Census archive

THURSDAY, AUG. 4, 2011

SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 2011

FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 2011

Friday factoid: More women than men

The U.S. Census Bureau released another pile of data this week from tghe 2010 headcount, and the tabulation of American residents by gender revealed the unsurprising fact there are more women than men in the United States. But there are more boys than girls. For...

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Revised version of 2010  Spokane County legislative districts with population figures from Census showing how much they'll have to change for 2012 (Jim Camden/The Spokesman-Review)

2010 Census: Another legislative district map

Last night's post discussed the population in Washington's legislative districts and had a statewide map. But we also generated more local maps for analysis. Here's a Spokane County map tied to the same color key. District 2010 population Growth since 2000 Difference from ideal 2012...

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MONDAY, FEB. 28, 2011

Population in the state's 49 legislative districts according to the 2010 Census (Jim Camden/The Spokesman-Review)

Redistricting: Lege districts may be the hard ones

Spokane-area legislative boundaries could change significantly by next year to make up for population shifts from the city’s urban core to the suburbs. While much of the attention so far on the 2010 U.S. Census figures has centered on Washington gaining its tenth congressional district,...

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TUESDAY, DEC. 21, 2010

This map shows estimated gains in population in Washington's congressional districts based on the 2005-2009 American Community Survey estimates. (Jim Camden/The Spokesman-Review)

Where WA gained a little, where it gained a lot

Washington gets a new congressional district, upping its population in the U.S. House of Representatives from nine to 10, Census Bureau officials announced today. Politicians all over the state, from Gov. Chris Gregoire, a Democrat, to Luke Esser, state Republican Party chairman, are thrilled. And...

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