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This map comes from: How Survey Data Helped the Federal Reserve Make a Regional Map of the United States
Am I correct in reading this map to say that South Carolina and half of North Carolina are Steelers fans? What's up with that? Do you see any other oddities?
Apr 18, 2013 in Demography, Sociology, Sports and Entertainment | Permalink
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