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The Changing Red-Blue Map


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Following the 2000 and 2004 U. S. presidential elections, the red-blue divide has frequently been talked about and mapped, so much so that the map has become ubiquitous on the Internet (see 1, 2, 3 and so on). Radical Wit has posted an animated gif map of the country showing George Bush’s approval ratings using the same partisan colours as the election results maps. The map begins with the 2004 election and changes every five seconds to the next month. Images of individual maps are also available as static images.


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