Last week’s delivery of the Census Bureau’s apportionment data is still inspiring conversation about how certain states only narrowly lost or gained a seat. In the cases of New York and Minnesota, these narrow margins came down to double digit counts. New York lost a seat by 89 residents. Had Minnesota lost an additional 26 residents, the lost seat would have come from Minnesota instead of New York. These margins are some of the narrowest in the history of the Census. Read more here.