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October 21, 2008

INTERACTIVE MAP: U.S. Newspapers pick the president

Info courtesy: markstoneman @ Newspaper Endorsements & blog.techfun.org
10000words.net: "The following map is a collective representation of the endorsements made by newspapers across the country for the 2008 presidential candidates. Currently Sen. Barack Obama leads Sen. John McCain in the number of endorsements made by the nation's newspapers as indicated by the blue markers. You can read the actual endorsement from each newspaper by clicking on the corresponding marker:"

http://10000words.net/presidential-endorsement-map.html
See also previous post: Visualizing Election Polls: An Animated, Interactive Way To Analyze Opinion Data

4 comments:

SBA said...

What an interesting map --- confirms what you may suspect but in a dramatic way. Thank you for presenting this information and other stimulating visuals!

MK said...

Not exactly a comment:
For you to explore: VADLO - Biomedical Search Engine.

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