Every 10 years, states redraw the boundaries of their congressional districts to reflect new population counts from the census. The Nebraska legislature and governor signed off on a congressional map in September 2021.
Nebraska’s 2nd District, which includes Omaha and remains the state’s sole Democratic-leaning district, gained more rural territory to make it slightly more Republican.
How the districts voted in 2020, by presidential vote margin in percentage points
Old map 3 districts
Change in Democratic districts: 0
Change in Competitive districts: 0
Change in Republican districts: 0
New map 3 districts
How the new map shifts voting power by demographic
Nebraska will continue to have three House seats. In all three, White Nebraskans represent the majority.
The group that represents the majority in each district
About the data
Sources: US Census Bureau, Edison Research, each state’s legislature or other redistricting authority
Methodology note: Block-level demographic data from the 2020 census is reaggregated into each new district’s boundaries.