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Counties won by Gore: 677
Counties won by Bush: 2,434
Population of counties won by Gore: 127 million
Population of counties won by Bush: 143 million
Square miles of country won by Gore: 580,000
Square miles of country won by Bush: 2,427,000
States won by Gore: 19
States won by Bush: 29
Average Murder per 100,000 residents in counties won by Gore: 13.2
Average Murder per 100,000 residents in counties won by Bush: 2.1
One of The Federalist`s astute readers brought to our attention
a U.S. News & World Report "vital statistics" map of the United States. By now,
you must have seen the election map of states and counties won by George Bush
(http://www.federalist.com/e2000.html) and read our revealing statistical analysis of the same.
Now, we add this overlay: In the USNWR map (Oct. 2) of the "most generous" states -- those whose residents give
the greatest amount of their income to support ministry and community --
Mr. Bush won almost all of the "generous" states, in fact winning the 19 most generous states,
while Gore won the 8 "least generous" states. The correlation was about 95%.
Of note, many of the stingy Gore states were also the wealthiest states,
whose elite comprise the active cadre of the Democrat Party.
Why does Al Gore conclude that if people were too stupid to fill out a campaign ballot right that they must have voted for him...?
Updated January 10, 2001
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