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The 10 regions of US politics

By Robert David Sullivan
January 18, 2004

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The regions are based on voting returns from both national and state elections, demographic data from the US Census, and certain geographic features such as mountain ranges and coastlines. Each region represents about one-tenth of the national electorate, casting between 10.4 million and 10.8 million votes in the 2000 presidential election. To win in 2004, a candidate will have to ... (Full Article: 913 Words)

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