Redistricting on Track to Help House Democrats | National Review

Redistricting on Track to Help House Democrats | National Review


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The Cook Political Report’s Dave Wasserman, who meticulously follows congressional redistricting, says the process is shaping up to create more districts that Joe Biden carried in 2020:

In 2020, Biden won 51.3 percent of the national popular vote, and 224 “Biden districts” in 2022 would account for 51.5 percent of all U.S. House districts.

Even if redistricting results in a few more “Biden districts,” the president’s low approval rating at the present time indicates Republicans are still favored to take control of the House in 2022.





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