Massive errors in US Census count that helped Democrats

 The 2020 US Census undercounted population in six states, five of which are Republican states (Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Texas) and one Democrat state (Illinois). The Census overcounted population in eight states, six of which are Democrat states (Delaware, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Rhode Island) and two Republican states (Ohio and Utah). Some of these errors are huge, over 5% in Arkansas, Delaware, and Rhode Island and in a number of cases changed the distribution of congressional seats.

These errors clearly gave Democrats extra congressional seats and extra electoral votes in the presidential election. Since population is also used for the federal government to decide who gets the money that they give out, Democrat states are benefiting from these mistakes.