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Graph of the Week: Presidential Odds by County

J. Bradford DeLong

November 2000

  • Whether Bush (red) or Gore (blue) got more votes in each American county.
  • Gore won the popular vote because his counties--Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Miami, et cetera--are vastly more populous.
  • But it does show how Gore won urban and Bush won rural America.

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