As New York’s population continues to be outpaced by other states, the state is in line to lose yet another seat in the House of Representatives in the next round of redistricting following the 2020 U.S. Census.

A report from Election Data Services, which was amplified by attorney Jeff Wice on his election law website, found New York is among the nine states that could lose at least one seat in Washington D.C., and with it clout in the federal government.

With New York’s population not growing as quickly as the rest of the country, New York’s congressional district number could decline to 26.

Still, the data remains relatively preliminary overall, given the decade is only half over and population could still shift again.

But the trend has been for the state to lose seats in Congress over the last several decades.

New York currently has 27 House districts, having lost two during the 2012 round of redistricting and reapportionment, with seats squeezed out of upstate and New York City. State lawmakers drew the 213 state legislative districts in the Assembly and Senate (adding a district in the Assembly based on a complicated formula in the state Constitution), while a federal judge drew the congressional district lines, creating several battleground districts in the process in upstate New York and the metropolitan suburbs.

A Siena College 2016 “predictions” poll released on Wednesday found 22 percent of those surveyed planned to move out of New York next year.