The USA is NOT a politically split country.A look at the map - Page 2




 
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Boots
 
November 6th, 2004  
godofthunder9010
 
 
The further from texas you get, the less likely you were to vote for Bush it looks like.
November 6th, 2004  
consumerbydesign
 
We`re filling in all that red are as fast as we can with population and growth. We`re only 200 years old ,give us a break. the blue is where all the people live .We`re filling it it in .Its our density
November 6th, 2004  
Duty Honor Country
 
 
That map proves that most big cities are liberal while the rural areas are conservitive. Land wise, Bush won by a landslide. People wise, it was 51% Bush 48% Kerry. The divide in America is between the cities and the country.
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Boots
November 6th, 2004  
Darcia
 
Well The funny thing is it also depends if you are Religous are not


61% of people who attended church voted republican

69% who did not attend church voted democrat

Also if you have a Family you are more likly to vote republican...man the news media has alot of free time
November 6th, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
so true, but my parents tend to be conservative democrats.
November 7th, 2004  
egoz
 
I got a map too, check out this one or if you prefer, maybe this one?
November 7th, 2004  
Duty Honor Country
 
 
I'll let your post slide since it pokes fun at both parties.

Out of good taste, I will not say which one I like better
November 7th, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
i like those maps
November 8th, 2004  
Italian Guy
 
 
Ah! Ah! nice maps...

Well actually the Republicans kicked ass this time. The gap between reds and blues in the democratic strongholds is narrowing. Republican States have become more republican and democratic states have become (percentagewise) less democratic. Only 9 points gap in California.