Map of the US Census from 1980-1990 depicting the apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives as well as state population loss and gain. Dark moss green represents 20+ percent gain in population; Celadon is 10-19.9 percent gain; dark lilac is 5-9.9 percent; and light lilac is 0-4.9 percent; white represents a loss in population. A list on the lower right shows changes in apportionment.
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Census -- Maps -- United States -- 1980-1990; Population geography -- Maps -- United Sates -- 1980-1990; United States -- Population -- Maps -- 1980-1990; Apportionment (Election law) -- United States -- Maps -- 1980-1990; Population -- Demographic transition -- United States -- Maps -- 1980-1990 Maps
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Smolski, Chet, "Census Map of U.S. 1980-1990" (1990). Browse All. 34.
maps, population geography, census, apportionment, House of Representatives