What if states, like congressional districts, changed with population size?

Via James Fallows, who writes:

It’s based on a division of the country into 50 state units with more-or-less equal population — 5 to 6 million apiece — and preserving existing boundaries where possible.

4 thoughts on “What if states, like congressional districts, changed with population size?

  1. What about Alaska and Hawaii? And, would this imply that people in the District of Columbia would get a vote?

  2. Chris, no way that my beloved rural Northwest Ohio is going to share a state with urban Cleveland! (Oops, I forgot we already do.)