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Wednesday, November 10, 2004

What do Vermont and South Dakota have in common? 

They are the only states in which George Bush received a smaller proportion of the popular vote in 2004 than in 2000.

Now, before my center-left friends start flogging me for triumphalism, I should add that I am not sure what this means. It is not, in any case, an artifact of Ralph Nader's weakened candidacy, because it deals not with the spread between Bush and his Democratic opponent but rather Bush's vote as a proportion of the whole.

1 Comments:

By Blogger aslin, at Fri Aug 29, 12:52:00 AM:

Comparing to the South Dakota, the Denver is the top city in the country with 21.2 percent of the people belonging to the health clubs .In 2001 this state was in the second place.
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