They conclude that Utah did not experience a partisan gerrymander of its US House seats.
In a painstaking state-by-state analysis of all 435 U.S. House seats, some sharp political scientists predict that the 2011 redistricting round will have no net effect on the partisan balance of the 2013-2014 U.S. House. That doesn’t mean some states didn’t see a Republican or Democratic gerrymander; it just means that the Republican and Democratic gerrymanders cancel each other out on the national scale.
But here’s the Utah angle: They conclude that Utah did not experience a partisan gerrymander of its US House seats. Details here. (Edit: link fixed. Also a note: The post I’m linking to isn’t about Utah specifically. It’s about all 50 states. But look in the charts to see where Utah is.)