Friday, November 14, 2008

Last Word on 2008 Electoral Maps

The presidential electoral season brought so many interesting variations of the electoral map, I have resisted the urge to post them all here. So, as a goodbye to the 2008 election, I'll just post these two.

The Economist polled their world-wide readers: What if the whole world could vote in the U.S. election:


I suspect these results confirm the suspicions of both Democrats and Republicans. Democrats are pleased that we will have a president that most of the rest of the world likes, and Republicans see Obama as the favorite of terrorists and socialists... (Although, I'm not sure how that explains Cuba going for McCain...)

Leave it to The Onion to carefully explain the electoral results:


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3 Comments:

At Friday, November 14, 2008 , Blogger Jake said...

Interesting that the only countries that went for McCain are ones who have first hand experience with despotic, tyrannical rulers. My impression would be that they felt more secure with McCain in the White House. Iraq and Cube for McCain. Better not let that get out!

 
At Friday, November 14, 2008 , Blogger Serendipity said...

Oh, this is good. I love these maps!

 
At Friday, November 14, 2008 , Blogger Dug said...

Just like here Repub's win huge, empty geographic areas making their support look like more than it is. Well I guess Congo at least has a lot of people. I do wonder about Iraq though - do they want us to stay there for another 50-100 years?

 

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