There's blue American and there's red America (or a pro-America vs. anti-America if you're of that ilk) and you've probably noticed that there's a vast regional difference in the United States, and has been for a few decades. If you've got a couple of hours on your hands, here's a pretty interesting lecture on the geography of U.S. political elections. Even if you don't like maps, the instructor is pretty engaging.
(h/t: Open Culture)
fascinating, good find bob!
What was it called? Who was the presenter? Youtube took it down.
It's still showing up for me. The presenter is Robert David Sullivan at Stanford.
If you have iTunes, you can also find it at ITunes University.
Do you think this guy would do birthday parties?
Stanford's iTunesU seems to credit Martin Lewis for that presentation, not R.D. Sullivan.
Name: Basic Principles of Political Geography (October 15, 2008)
Artist: Martin Lewis
Album: Geography of US Elections
Wonderful presentation. Thanks for the pointer.