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US 2006 Election Map

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Why wait for the next U. S. election to map results when you can do so now? The New York Times has an interactive map in which you can create and save scenarios and decide who is going to win each race this coming fall. There is alot of to explore on this map - users can select New York Times predictions, highlight close races and review Senate races from six years ago. The map is viewable by geography or population (i.e. as a cartogram).

Thanks Tracy.

3 Responses to “US 2006 Election Map”

  1. Anonymous Tracey 


  2. Anonymous Cindy 

    the toggle view by population is particularly interesting

  3. Anonymous Catholicgauze 

    Interactive maps -- does anything else sound as sweet?

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