Usability - Productivity - Business - The web - Singapore & Twins

Not so divided after all?

The election results make one believe, that the US is a deeply divided and mainly conservative country. However following Churchill's statement "I don't trust any statistics if I haven't forged them myself", you can get a very different view when looking at the data from different angles. The good folks at the university of Michigan have redrawn the maps to reflect population rather than state size and added shaded colours to reflect voters percentage. It is worth a look!
And there are the doubts about the validity of the election results (particularity in Florida).
I wonder is it a case of sour loosers or rotten ethics (probably a bit of both)?

Posted by on 10 November 2004 | Comments (1) | categories: Intercultural


  1. posted by aliyu on Tuesday 19 February 2008 AD:
    Emoticon shocked.gif