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Snap Poll: Overwhelming opposition to partisan gerrymandering (access required)

Only 8 percent think it should be legal for congressional maps to favor one party

Pennsylvania’s high court on Monday announced a new congressional district map for the state’s 2018 elections after ruling last month that the district boundaries unconstitutionally put partisan interests above neutral line-drawing criteria, such as keeping districts compact and eliminating municipal and county divisions. Pennsylvania’s Republican-drawn congressional map was widely viewed as among the country’s most gerrymandered, ...

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