Sunday, December 28, 2003

Beyond Red & Blue

Here's a fascinating analysis of the American voting public which divides the nation into 10 distinct regions (which cut across state boundaries). Written by Robert David Sullivan for Commonwealth magazine (out of Massachusetts), the article boldly chucks out the dreaded and simplistic "red states" vs. "blue states" electoral map from the election of 2000 and offers hard evidence based on actual voter history, rather than polling, to show both President Bush and a Democratic challenger what they'll have to do to win. Very detailed, very even-handed, very absorbing. (Click here for the full text)

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