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Hah, I'm in one of those little pockets of "not diverse and staying that way."Coal, farming, and trump ahoy!
Coal, farming, and trump ahoy!
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/11/09/us/elections/states-shift.htmlCombining it with the above, I wonder if there is a correlation between states becoming more diverse and states moving to the right? It looks like it, but it's hard to compare two visualizations without the original data.
Combining it with the above, I wonder if there is a correlation between states becoming more diverse and states moving to the right? It looks like it, but it's hard to compare two visualizations without the original data.