Call it a decennial headache. The 2020 Census and subsequent Congressional redistricting could mean midterm trouble for Democrats, who currently have a precariously loose grip on legislative control.
Every 10 years the United States Census Bureau is charged with completing a full count of the American population, the $15.6 billion tasks was made especially difficult in 2020 by the COVID-19 pandemic, controversial changes in survey execution by the Trump administration, and the various legal challenges to them. Now, an arguably more difficult process is underway: analyzing the data and using it to redraw legislative and congressional districts. This redistricting, a job that has long been tense and prone to abuse, will be the most challenging in decades, according to experts.
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