As expected, the Tar Heel State fell short of the necessary growth to pick up a 14th congressional seat ? despite an 18 percent jump in population from 2000 to 2010.

South Carolina will pick up another congressional seat, for a total of seven districts.

Interestingly, Utah gained a 4th seat. After the 2000 census, North Carolina edged out the Beehive State for an additional seat. Looks like Utah has exacted its revenge.

Update: Here’s a useful map of gained/lost congressional seats nationwide. South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Texas, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and Washington State gained seats.

Lousiana, Missouri, Iowa, Illonois, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, and New Jersey lost seats.