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Presidential Election Precinct-by-precinct tallies reveal interesting patterns. Palo Alto, CA—October 29—The Spatial Social Science Lab at Stanford University today announced the release of The Stanford Election Atlas, a new online interactive data visualization tool that allows users to inspect the precinct-by-precinct results of the presidential election.

First, precinct-level data were obtained from county election officials and carefully organized by a team of researchers led by Stephen Ansolabehere at Harvard University and Jonathan Rodden at Stanford University.

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Next, the data were geo-referenced by the Spatial Social Science Lab at Stanford, and finally, the interactive online atlas was configured in collaboration with Esri, the world leader in mapping technology and geographic information systems. While previous results for U. This atlas enables a far more nuanced understanding of American patterns of residential partisan segregation than the old county-level maps.

Some of the most fascinating patterns revealed by the precinct-level data evoke legacies of the distant past. For instance, users can see that voters for Barack Obama were arrayed along shorelines, rivers, and finger-like 19 th century transportation corridors connecting the cities of the Midwest, where docks, factories and labor unions once thrived and working-class housing remains.

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We also find rural voters for Barak Obama in places where iron, lead, and coal mining were once dominant, and of course in the famous cotton-producing belt in the Deep South. McCain voters were scattered through the exurbs of cities and in the rural periphery, while inner suburbs were evenly-divided electoral battlegrounds. The customizable web map can be accessed here , and it can be embedded in any web page by inserting the html code available here. Brunn, Thomas E.

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