Tumblrdolt

Nov 7
2yellows:

I’m always amazed by these maps to see how the various counties vote and how clear it is that certain small sections of this map mean so incredibly much in the process. I’m not sure how I feel about that, overall, but this is the process. This is the current view from the LA Times.

Tres cool. You can view which way the state went, then by clicking the tab at the top, you can see county by county (mine is blue amidst a sea of red!)

2yellows:

I’m always amazed by these maps to see how the various counties vote and how clear it is that certain small sections of this map mean so incredibly much in the process. I’m not sure how I feel about that, overall, but this is the process. This is the current view from the LA Times.

Tres cool. You can view which way the state went, then by clicking the tab at the top, you can see county by county (mine is blue amidst a sea of red!)

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  1. alasablog reblogged this from valkyrierisen and added:
    Ohwow
  2. treebourbon said: I think it’s important to remember the population in a lot of the middle red is pretty sparse.
  3. clappityclippity said: Some of those counties in Utah? They’ve got maybe five people living in them. Okay maybe six. Now, Cook County in Illinois? 5.2 Million. The entire state of Utah has 2.8 million.
  4. la-malparida reblogged this from sophrosune and added:
    The small sections of the map mean a lot because of population density! Don’t be too sad.
  5. valkyrierisen reblogged this from sophrosune and added:
    Now stop comparing the size of the land, instead compare the number of people in those sectors. You’ll see where the...