It's an interesting question, but should it be based on the results of the 2000 elections alone? Take the 1984 election--there was only one blue state. I don't think the results of one election alone can be the basis of IDing a problem and finding a solution.
posted on 10/31/2003 11:04:37 AM PST
but should it be based on the results of the 2000 elections alone? Take the 1984 election--there was only one blue state.
You bring up a good point. But if you go to the county maps, it would probably look somewhat similar with the 'blue' areas shinking modestly. I would be quite interesting to make the counties that were different between the two elections another color, say 'yellow', and that would probably be a large percentage of suburbs.
posted on 10/31/2003 1:04:43 PM PST
(All this, of course, is simply pious fudge. - H. L. Mencken)
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