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Atlas of the 2008 Elections

Atlas of the 2008 Elections by Stanley D. Brunn
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Political geographers use three contexts to study elections and political behavior: demographic (men vs. women, young vs. old), where people live (urban vs. rural), and proximity (people tend to make voting decisions similar to those nearby). The 200 maps here describe an election that was historic in that it was the first election of a Presidential candidate of African American descent and was marked by an unprecedented interest and high turnout of voters and widespread use of social media. Each of these ten chapters contains maps and narrative primarily depicting voting patterns at the national level from the primaries to the final returns. There’s even a suggestion that changing Election Day to two days in September would raise turnout.
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; August 2011
336 pages; ISBN 9780742567962
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Title: Atlas of the 2008 Elections
Author: Stanley D. Brunn; Gerald R. Webster; Richard L. Morrill; Fred M. Shelley; Stephen J. Lavin; J. Clark Archer
 
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