U.S. presidential elections, visualized in one map

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Ever wonder how Democratic nominees did in the presidential election on a state-by-state basis, dating back to 1868? Now you can find out in only 19 seconds.

This visualization is courtesy of Pete Warden at OpenHeatMap, and you can scroll or pause on each year to get the specific percentages of the vote the Democratic nominee received.

h/t: Washington Post

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