UK sized Congressional Districts

Uebeltank

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@Pokemon Master I realise I've made a mistake and accidently used the 2000 census population for New Jersey, which means that it actually should have 5 districts more.

Shouldn't hinge too much on it as it can be corrected later.
 
I've spotted an error on the main apportionment table, @Uebeltank : Florida could be divided into 250 districts of 75205 people apiece, or 251 districts of 74906 people apiece. The table currently shows 251 seats and a population per seat of 75205, so one or the other must be wrong. I've done prep work for a 250-seat map below, so I hope that's what was intended/consistent with the rest of the project.

Escambia (4) 74405
Santa Rosa (2) 75686
Bay + Holmes + Okaloosa + Walton + Washington (6) 74923
Calhoun + Franklin + Gadsden + Gulf + Jackson + Leon + Liberty + Wakulla (6) 75467
Dixie + Jefferson + Madison + Taylor (1) 72977
Columbia + Gilchrist + Hamilton + Lafayette + Suwanee (2) 74845
Alachua + Baker + Bradford + Levy + Marion + Union (9) 76734
Nassau (1) 73314
Clay + Duval (14) 75366
Putnam (1) 74364
Flagler + St. Johns + Seminole + Volusia (16) 75190
Lake (4) 74263
Brevard + Orange + Osceola (26) 75308
Citrus + Sumter (3) 78219
Hernando + Hillsborough + Pasco + Pinellas (37) 75223
Polk (8) 75262
Indian River + Okeechobee + St. Lucie (6) 75969
Martin (2) 73159
Hardee + Highlands + Manatee (6) 74892
Charlotte + DeSoto + Glades + Sarasota (8) 73397
Collier + Hendry + Lee (13) 75340
Monroe (1) 73090
Broward + Palm Beach (41) 74834
Miami-Dade (33) 75650
 

Uebeltank

Donor
I've spotted an error on the main apportionment table, @Uebeltank : Florida could be divided into 250 districts of 75205 people apiece, or 251 districts of 74906 people apiece. The table currently shows 251 seats and a population per seat of 75205, so one or the other must be wrong. I've done prep work for a 250-seat map below, so I hope that's what was intended/consistent with the rest of the project.

Escambia (4) 74405
Santa Rosa (2) 75686
Bay + Holmes + Okaloosa + Walton + Washington (6) 74923
Calhoun + Franklin + Gadsden + Gulf + Jackson + Leon + Liberty + Wakulla (6) 75467
Dixie + Jefferson + Madison + Taylor (1) 72977
Columbia + Gilchrist + Hamilton + Lafayette + Suwanee (2) 74845
Alachua + Baker + Bradford + Levy + Marion + Union (9) 76734
Nassau (1) 73314
Clay + Duval (14) 75366
Putnam (1) 74364
Flagler + St. Johns + Seminole + Volusia (16) 75190
Lake (4) 74263
Brevard + Orange + Osceola (26) 75308
Citrus + Sumter (3) 78219
Hernando + Hillsborough + Pasco + Pinellas (37) 75223
Polk (8) 75262
Indian River + Okeechobee + St. Lucie (6) 75969
Martin (2) 73159
Hardee + Highlands + Manatee (6) 74892
Charlotte + DeSoto + Glades + Sarasota (8) 73397
Collier + Hendry + Lee (13) 75340
Monroe (1) 73090
Broward + Palm Beach (41) 74834
Miami-Dade (33) 75650
Yeah this warrants an explanation. When I realized I had malapportioned NJ (due to using 2000 census when copying the data), I added 5 seats to the state. Because this made the seat totals even and I wanted an uneven total, I added one more seat, which would be apportioned to Florida. I then forgot to update the average seat population for Florida.
 
Yeah this warrants an explanation. When I realized I had malapportioned NJ (due to using 2000 census when copying the data), I added 5 seats to the state. Because this made the seat totals even and I wanted an uneven total, I added one more seat, which would be apportioned to Florida. I then forgot to update the average seat population for Florida.
OK. Tentative suggestion for slipping another district in: merge the Alachua, Citrus, and Hernando groups together, but split Baker, Bradford, and Union off as a single district, leaving 49 in the big piece.
 
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