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Speaking of maps
Tuesday, November 9, 2004

Michael Hannemann pointed out a nice set of maps with associated discussion. There's also this nice distortion map showing red and blue weighted by population density (which explains a heck of a lot about who voted for whom).

Update: thanks to those who pointed the way to this link. (There's that Mark Newman fellow again! Does he ever sleep?). In case you don't sleep, there are even more maps here.


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