Over at our sister blog, essays & effluvia (now, 100% Economics free!) I gathered numerous election map post-mortems. Most of these were just lying around the internet gathering dust anyway.

These graphic representations of the election’s outcome are thought provoking.

Checkout:

Popular Vote, Population Density

Proportional Electoral Map (my fave)

Red States Feed at Federal Trough, Blue States Supply the Feed   So much for self-reliance

Where did their votes come from? (interesting 3D comparo)

County-by-County vote, with Population  Self explanatory

Electoral College Over Represents Rural Areas

Voting:  Free versus Slave States  Look how far we’ve come as a country

Purple America (the sentimental favorite)

Red & Blue World  (You know how the States voted; Here’s how the World did)

The Kids Are Alright  How the Youth of America voted . . .

Demographics versus Geography

 

2000 vs 2004 County by County Election Results

New America (redistricted)

and just for laughs, Jesusland

Cartographic analytics — fun for the whole family!

Category: Politics

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33 Responses to “We’ve gone Map Crazy!”

  1. BOPnews says:

    Over Represented Rural Areas

    You think Map day only lasts 24 hours? Wrong! Cartographers party like its 1599! Here’s yet another look at the United States, and a suggestion for reforming the electoral college (hint: it overweights rural areas): Click for larger map Advantages…

  2. Fun with Maps

    Barry Ritholtz has a great blog called The Big Picture. He has an entry showing a bunch of maps related to the election….

  3. Fun with Maps

    Barry Ritholtz has a great blog called The Big Picture. He has an entry showing a bunch of maps related to the election….

  4. Values

    I found some more maps of the Presidential vote at the Big Picture.

  5. BOPnews says:

    We’ve gone Map Crazy!

    Map day has become Map Weekend! Here they are in all their cartographic glory: All the election map post-mortems. (They were just lying around the internet gathering dust anyway). These graphic representations of the election’s outcome are thought prov…

  6. Map-Mania

    It’s time to trade our national obsession with electoral-vote.com for a new craze — maps visualizing where the votes really came from. The Big Picture has assembled a collection of maps with population, geography, and a bit of political black humor. T…

  7. Map-Mania

    It’s time to trade our national obsession with electoral-vote.com for a new craze — maps visualizing where the votes really came from. The Big Picture has assembled a collection of maps with population, geography, and a bit of political black humor. T…

  8. Tech Policy says:

    Election Results 2004: Maps Galore

    I have recommended Barry’s blog before, and I would do so again. He has put together a number of maps showing the results of the 2004 U.S. Presidential Election. My favorites: Where did their votes come from? Voting: Free versus Slave States The Kids A…

  9. More maps

    Bigpicture has put up 11 map links, some of which are very cool. I really like the parallel maps of 2000 vs 2004. (If you use Safari, with its transparent drag, you can produce your own overlay maps!) I…

  10. Electoral Maps

    http://bigpicture.typepad.com/comments/2004/11/weve_gone_map_c.html I try not to cross-blog too much, but this collection of electoral maps is delightful….

  11. Electoral Maps

    http://bigpicture.typepad.com/comments/2004/11/weve_gone_map_c.html I try not to cross-blog too much, but this collection of electoral maps is delightful. I particularly enjoyed the link to how the youth voted, and the reminder that the last time youth…

  12. commons-blog says:

    “The First Thing I Want to Say is, ‘Mandate’ My Ass”

    In the wake (or is it “aftermath”?) of the U.S. Presidential election, I’ve been amazed and appalled (though not particularly surprised) at the claim that a 51% to 48% majority constitutes a mandate.

  13. Obsidian says:

    I made a bunch of maps you might like here:


    http://obsidianorder.blogspot.com/2004/11/red-and-blue-reprise-2004.html

    I try to show population density and vote by county at the same time for the 2004 results, and compare with 2000.

    One point, the simple red-to-blue maps almost always paint an inaccurate picture, because color perception is very tricky. It makes a huge difference what the exact red and blue colors are, and what the midpoint is. America is not purple ;)

  14. PS says:

    Maps

    Over at The Big Picture, they’ve got all sorts of election maps. Writing at TCS, is tired of the Map Quest. That should satisfy your cartographic impulse for a while….

  15. PS says:

    Maps

    Over at The Big Picture, they’ve got all sorts of election maps. Writing at TCS, William J. Stuntz is tired of the Map Quest. That should satisfy your cartographic impulse for a while….

  16. Tensegrities says:

    Political cartograms

    Here’s a very interesting set of maps depicting the election results using a “cartogram” method. There’s a fairiy comprehensive set of links to various maps here. I like looking at the youth vote, myself. Also, here’s a very useful site…

  17. s a r a says:

    Nice compilation of maps! Have you seen these?

    http://www.geog.ucsb.edu/~sara/html/mapping/election/election04/election.html

    Enjoy!
    sara

  18. TigerHawk says:

    Election Maps

    The Big Picture has a fascinating round-up of links to “election maps”. Some of them are very illuminating, and demonstrate grahically that the presentation of data can have an enormous influence on how we perceive it.

  19. Map Crazy!

    OK, one more election-related post. This one comes from The Big Picture, and features links to various maps of election results. Comparisons of state vs. county maps, looks at which candidates were favored by people in other countries, comparisons to…

  20. Quickly Now

    Heidi’s maps of how the electoral vote went down are awesome, and if you want a copy of the Daily Mirror’s memorable post-election cover for posterity, you can get one here.

  21. PS says:

    Maps

    Over at The Big Picture, they’ve got all sorts of election maps. Writing at TCS, William J. Stuntz is tired of the Map Quest. That should satisfy your cartographic impulse for a while. PS [200411081932]: Okay, I couldn’t resist. One more round of elect…

  22. Blogs says:

    Maps and More Maps

    Have y’all seen Jesusland? I dunno. I don’t think the Canadians will have us. But if you are feeling a

  23. Map Fever

    Barry Ritholtz has gone map crazy !!!!! He’s posted a bunch of maps that relate to the election results. He’s…

  24. Map Fever

    Barry Ritholtz has gone map crazy !!!!! He’s posted a bunch of maps that relate to the election results. He’s…

  25. JD on MX says:

    Non-SWF election maps

    Non-SWF election maps: Election night was a good time for live data-fed SWF, because everyone was focused on electoral college tallies. Now we’re seeing the second wave of visualizations, in this list at “The Big Picture” and at blogs like…

  26. simon says:

    I am looking for a reverse map, Since there were over a hundred million people who did not vote. If you took a map looked at the percentage of voters who voted per state or county, compared that to the population of the state or county, you would have a truly interesting map. I know that not all the people who live in a stae or county are registered to vote, however I would like to know where all these non voters live.

  27. Stephen Goodrick says:

    Where can I find a breakout of Bush percentages by CD? For all 435 CDs. . .

    sg

  28. GOOGLE排名 says:

    I have already read

  29. Horologium says:

    Stupid Letters

    Hmmm, the lefty revisionists are already working to erase some of their more embarrassing moments. Too bad the internet has some persistence. From today’s Seattle Times: State Sen. Bob Morton’s proposal to divide Washington into two states is a new…

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