Visualized: American Public Opinion on Same-Sex Marriage

Blue: Support | Light Green: Plurality opposed | Dark Green: Majority opposed On this week’s America Visualized, we take a look at public opinion on state-recognized same-sex marriages. All data used in making the maps above comes from the PRRI, the Public Religion Research Institute.

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NPP #5: Southern Party-Switchers

As a part of a daily series called Non-Political Politics (NPP), Yusoof Monawvil posts daily maps on the obscure, quirky, and unconventional aspects of the United States’ key political institutions—in an undoubtedly non-political manner Today’s NPP map takes a look at party-switching among Senators.  Blue: consistent party affiliation  |  Mid-purple: one Senator has switched party […]

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NPP #3: Gender in the Senate

  As a part of a daily series called Non-Political Politics (NPP), Yusoof Monawvil posts daily updates on the obscure, quirky, and unconventional aspects of the United States’ key political institutions—in an undoubtedly non-political manner Blue: Delegation fully male | Purple: Delegation split| Red: Delegation fully female Today’s NPP map features a look at the […]

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NPP #2: Seniority in the Senate

As a part of a daily series called Non-Political Politics (NPP), Yusoof Monawvil posts daily updates on the obscure, quirky, and unconventional aspects of the United States’ key political institutions—in an undoubtedly non-political manner Today’s map features each Senior Senator’s decade of entry by state. Unsurprisingly, the most senior of Senators is Vermont’s Patrick Leahy, […]

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A New Mike Order?

As per usual, Yusoof uncovers a secret Senatorial society in the American western interior

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