The map appears to split the state’s 14 congressional districts roughly equally between Republicans and Democrats, with two seats seen as tossups.
Unexpected outcome to NC redistricting.
The whole redistricting process is a shock to those of us who followed it. Everyone expected the Republicans to run wild, it’s been just the opposite. Changes from the old map, Democratic seats +12, Republican seats -5. Redistricting/gerrymandering has given the Democrats a 17-seat advantage. We now have 368 newly drawn districts; 67 districts remain to be redrawn. The reason for the huge Democratic advantage in redistricting is the state supreme court's of Ohio and North Carolina threw out those 2 states original maps.
Illinois added 3 democratic seats, eliminate 2 GOP seats and 1 competitive seat
New Jersey added 3 democratic seats, eliminated 1 GOP seats and 2 competitive seats.
New York added 3 democratic 3 seats, eliminated 3 Republican seats and 1 competitive seat. New York lost a seat due to the 2020 census.
Oregon added 2 Democratic seats, eliminated 2 competitive seats.
There other states that eliminated a democratic seat and added a Republican seat, but nothing like the examples above. Arizona and Tennessee are examples of that. Then there’s the unique case of Texas where 5 democratic districts were added plus 2 Republican districts while eliminating 5 competitive districts. Texas added 2 seats due to the 2020 census.
The 6 remaining states are New Hampshire, Ohio, Florida, Louisiana, Missouri and Wisconsin.