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Election Visualizations

I found the Election Result Map site by Michael Gastner, Cosma Shalizi and Mark Newman at the University of Michigan particularly fascinating.

They have created a number of visualizations (like the above) of the election results using a variety of methods which account for the population density differences throughout the country. Sure seems more accurate and telling than the area-based maps I’ve seen thus far in most post-election analysis.


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