Should the redrawing of Congressional districts be controlled by an independent, non-partisan commission?

Should the redrawing of Congressional districts be controlled by an independent, non-partisan commission?

Currently, the redrawing of congressional districts is controlled by state legislature every ten years. The data accessible to legislative mapmakers have made it easier to predict voting patterns and map districts with fine lines.
Critics say these practices allow representatives to choose their voters instead of voters picking them. Proponents claim drawing districts is a prerogative of the ruling party and have no effect on the popularity of their policies or candidates.
What do you think? Should the redrawing of Congressional districts be controlled by an independent, non-partisan commission?

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