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The existence of electoral districts with wildly unequal populations (Norman et al. (2007) Pol. Geog. 26, 1). Unintentional malapportionment happens when population growth varies in electoral districts. Redistricting is then needed to even out voter numbers; see Johnson et al. (2006) Pol. Geog. 25, 5.

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