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November 06, 2004

The best post-election map I've seen

The Internet and newspapers are buzzing with all kinds of maps and info graphics depicting Red and Blue America.  This map, by Princeton University professor Robert J. Vanderbei, shows counties by their percentage of Republican and Democrat votes, and I think best depicts the fact that there are Republicans and Democracts most everywhere.  Conclusion: we better figure out how to get along.


Here's the close-up of Washington State, also very very purple:

Posted by Jon Stahl on November 6, 2004 at 11:31 AM in Candidate Races | Permalink


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