The Sweeping Shift Of The Two-Party Vote

The line between “red” states and “blue” states is far more fluid than one might think…and ultimately are labels that don’t really mean all that much. Here’s how drastically and frequently political-party-allegiance across the country has shifted over the last ninety years, via David B. Sparks:

5 Comments on "The Sweeping Shift Of The Two-Party Vote"

  1. When 2% is all that decides whether a state is ‘red’ or’blue’…the appellation of a color/name is pointless and distracting.

  2. When 2% is all that decides whether a state is ‘red’ or’blue’…the appellation of a color/name is pointless and distracting.

  3. This graphic should also leak like a sieve to show all the millions of votes being illegally thrown out in elections since 2000.

  4. This graphic should also leak like a sieve to show all the millions of votes being illegally thrown out in elections since 2000.

  5. This graphic should also leak like a sieve to show all the millions of votes being illegally thrown out in elections since 2000.

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