We’ve seen these kinds of charts before, but this one is especially good; it shows where Clinton and Obama got their support, when, and explains the why (as much as they can, anyway). Very interesting.
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What’s interesting is how strongly Obama performed in urban areas, with three or four notable exceptions: largely Hispanic areas in the Southwest (like LA), South Florida, Appalachia, and Boston (?). Clinton’s showing in New York is not at all surprising, of course, and I expect that Obama will do just fine there in the general.
I think this map may play into the VP selection process. I hope to have some thoughts on that issue in the near future.
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