2016 election was almost certainly the most polarized election along urban/rural lines in American presidential history”

Great charts and data on the growing urban/rural political divide.

See also the most detailed election map ever. Forget county-level maps; with this one you can zoom all the way into a single precinct, see the actual number of votes, and the percentage breakdown between candidates.

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April 9, 2017 · city · politics · vote · population density

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