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Table 1:

Electoral Votes Redistributed Due to

 
 

Foreign-Born Population, 2004

 

 

Electoral Votes in 2004

 

 

 

Change Due to

Change Due to

 

Actual

If no Foreign-Born

Foreign-Born

Non-Citizens

RED STATES (2000):

164

173

-9

-4

Alabama

9

10

-1

0

Arkansas

6

7

-1

0

Florida

27

25

2

1

Indiana

11

12

-1

-1

Kentucky

8

9

-1

-1

Louisiana

9

10

-1

0

Mississippi

6

7

-1

-1

Montana

3

4

-1

-1

Ohio

20

21

-1

0

Oklahoma

7

8

-1

-1

South Carolina

8

9

-1

0

Tennessee

11

12

-1

0

Texas

34

33

1

1

Utah

5

6

-1

-1

BLUE STATES (2000):

149

140

9

4

Calfornia

55

46

9

6

Michigan

17

18

-1

-1

New Jersey

15

14

1

0

New York

31

28

3

1

Pennsylvania

21

23

-2

-1

Wisconsin

10

11

-1

-1

 

 

 

 

 

Source: Center For Immigration Studies, "Remaking the Political Landscape: The Impact of

Illegal and Legal Immigration on Congressional Reapportionment," October 2003.

(Redistribution of House seats.)

 

 

 

 

Edwin S. Rubenstein (email him) is President of ESR Research Economic Consultants in Indianapolis.

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