Tuesday, November 09, 2004

2004 U.S. Presidential Election Results by County (pop density)

via the-raw-prawn, we are pointed to GIS company ESRI. They collaborated with CBS News Election Data Center and the Presidential Analysis Desk, using GIS-enabled mapping. They created a demographic map to help analyze election results:

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2004 U.S. Presidential Election Results by County

Pretty damned cool!

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Comments

Combine this with the "Purple Haze" map, brighten the image a bit (the "demographic map" image seems a little too dark) and you've really got something.

Posted by: Tom O. | Nov 9, 2004 10:11:27 AM

Wow. Impressive graphic. It really looks like Cities and Rural African-Americans verse Burbs and farms.

So can any Democrat get out of the city in 2008?
www.Primary2008.com

Posted by: Frank Myers | Nov 10, 2004 7:20:39 PM

It's worth pointing out that the "spikes" tend to be blue. Why is the correlation between population density and voting Democrat so high, I wonder?

Posted by: Jeff | Nov 12, 2004 12:23:45 AM

It's worth pointing out that the "spikes" tend to be blue. Why is the correlation between population density and voting Democrat so high, I wonder?

Posted by: Jeff | Nov 12, 2004 12:25:42 AM

Where can I get the data for 2004 presidential election results by county? I have searched some news paper website but they have only incomplete counts.

Posted by: Jeongdai Kim | Dec 9, 2004 11:05:12 PM

Hello, I'm writing from New Mexico, the 366 state. Our nation the Navajo Nation voted in favor of John Kerry, with 110 chapters only 2 chapters voted for G.W. Bush. There are more Deomcrats in our rural areas, but more Republican in Urbanize NM, AZ, UT states: In san Juan County, New Mexico Farmington is the size of the Northern Navajo Nation that the urbans held out and took it. But in Mckinley County, New Mexico Senator John Kerry Came to Red Rock Park, 5 miles east of Gallup, and spoke, he influence our Navajo, Zuni, and Apache people. So the Navajo Nation endorse Senator Kerry. Strange

Posted by: Titus Nez | Aug 12, 2005 1:47:24 PM

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