An observation on the election results
By Alan Hargreaves-Oracle on Nov 03, 2004
As I'm about to head off home here in Australia, I can't help but notice somethng about the US election results as they stand right now, and wonder at the significance of it.
It appears that it is a necessary but not sufficient condition for a state to have a shoreline border in order for John Kerry to win it. When you look at the breakdown within states too, it appears that the counties that were closer to water were the ones more likely to favour him.