Maps

Cartogram map of the November 2017 Virginia Governor general election results: number of votes cast in a locality determines its size


Virginia Presidential elections of 1932, 1972 and 2012. Each locality’s size is proportional to the number of votes cast there. The shading of each locality represents the percentage of the population who voted.

Virginia Presidential elections of 1932, 1972 and 2012


Virginia in 1920: area A had more residents than area C. Today: area C has more residents than areas A & B combined.

Virginia in 1920: area A had more residents than area C. Today: area C has more residents than areas A & B combined.


50% of Virginians live in the green area. 50% live in the orange area.

2016-04-20 VA 50-50 map


50% of Virginians live in the gray area. 50% live in the tan area. (The green and orange map wasn’t useful to anyone colorblind!)

2016-04-20 VA 50-50 map black-gray


Cartogram map of the November 2014 Virginia U.S. Senate general election results: number of votes cast in a locality determines its size

2014 VA Sen Cartogram


Cartogram map of the March 2016 Virginia Democratic presidential primary election results: number of votes cast in a locality determines its size

Cartogram 2016 VA D primary


Cartogram map of the March 2016 Virginia Republican presidential primary election results: number of votes cast in a locality determines its size

Cartogram 2016 VA R primary

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