The Geography of US Presidential Elections: Week 1

As men­tioned last week, Stan­ford is host­ing a five week course, The Geog­ra­phy of US Pres­i­den­tial Elec­tions, that you can fol­low (for free) in real time. The first video lec­ture is now avail­able on iTunes (down­load here), and you can find it embed­ded below.

The first lec­ture is fast paced, and fea­tures intrigu­ing graph­ics that start to dis­man­tle the wide­ly held belief that the US can be neat­ly divid­ed into red and blue states. I will keep post­ing the lec­tures as the course unfolds. In the mean­time, I’d rec­om­mend vis­it­ing the course web site, and ask­ing the pro­fes­sor, Mar­tin Lewis, any ques­tions you might have.

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