Red State-Blue State Divide

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US elections 2004[edit]

The Red State-Blue State Divide is a geographical division of the United States into states in which the majority of people voted for the Republican candidate and states in which the majority voted for the Democratic candidate in the 2004 Presidential election.

2004 US elections map


A typical election map by state for 2004
An election cartogram, showing states sized by their population


An election map by county
An election cartogram by county


An election map by county that shows electoral tendency by shade of purple
An election cartogram by county that shows electoral tendency by shade of purple


US elections 2000[edit]


2000 US election map (Bush red, Gore blue)
2000 US elections map (Bush red, Gore blue)


See also[edit]

U.S. Elections maps