For every Internet commenter who enters online arguments about the USA with facts they got from their butt, there's a map that presents hard data bare and allows the viewers to make their own interpretations.

From light pollution and tree coverage to out-of-service railways and streets and highways, maps may not immediately look as exciting as a viral cat video -- which might explain why we often overlook them when -- but that doesn't mean that are boring. To prove that, we put together a selection of maps that explain the United States better then most textbooks and if broadening your worldview isn't thrilling, I don't know what is.

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Most Commonly Spoken Language In The Us After English And Spanish

Most Commonly Spoken Language In The Us After English And Spanish

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Meeple13
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2 months ago

Who thought that German would be up there?!

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There’s often overlapping features between maps. For example, a topographic map could be utilized to show the distribution of a local orchid, making it both a topographic and thematic map. It could also be used to show well-known features of specific interest to travelers making this topographic, general reference, and thematic maps all in one.

The most widely used maps are “Political maps”. They are the ones that are usually mounted on the walls of classrooms throughout the world. They show the geographic boundaries between governmental units such as countries, states, and counties. They show roads, cities, and major water features such as oceans, rivers, and lakes.

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The United States Of America: Alaskan Perspective

The United States Of America: Alaskan Perspective

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Shelp
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2 months ago

I WANT that map

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Political maps are really good at helping people to understand the geography of the world. They are usually the first type of map that students are introduced to in school, too. They are often called “reference maps” because people refer to them again and again when they have questions.

According to Geology.com, thousands of different political reference maps have been prepared to explain the United States. There are maps of the entire nation, maps for each of the 50 states, and even maps of the 3142 counties (parishes in Louisiana, and boroughs in Alaska) that make up the states. Most counties, boroughs, and parishes are further subdivided into even smaller political units. An incredible number of political maps have been prepared just to display the geography of the United States alone.

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How I, A Brit, See The United States (Sorry If It Offends Anyone)

How I, A Brit, See The United States (Sorry If It Offends Anyone)

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GirlFriday
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2 months ago

OK - this is funny.

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Patrick McGranaghan, who is a land surveyor in Colorado, USA, and the creator of one of the biggest online cartography communities, r/MapPorn, did an analysis on its most popular posts on Twitter. McGranaghan collected the 10 best-performing posts from the previous 18 months -- about 200 maps in total -- and went through each of them individually, tagging them based on the content, style, and subject matter. He then sorted the tags to see which ones were the most common.

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States With A Smaller Population Than Los Angeles County

States With A Smaller Population Than Los Angeles County

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Something
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2 months ago

This is why our voting system is insane. (It was designed for a different view of government, where the states govern the people and the federal government is the government of the states, but now that it doesn't operate at all like that, it doesn't make any sense.)

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"The most popular subject was history," McGranaghan told Bored Panda. "In this category, the most popular maps were about World War II." Maps about other wars were also well liked, as well as those about the ancient Romans and historic trade routes.

"Another popular category was natural science. Especially popular are maps about wildlife, such as those that use tracking data to show animal migration patterns. Other topics included geology and astronomic maps."

Interestingly, quite a few viral maps focused on language. These include etymology, dialect and various pronunciation maps.

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US Watersheds

US Watersheds

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BeazleBug
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2 months ago

For those that don't know, a watershed is a geologic area from which all water drains to the ocean. The pink area is the Mississippi river basin which includes the Missouri, Ohio, Platte. Allegheny, Red and Arkansas rivers (among many, many others)

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"Another topic that I grouped together are 'political re-alignments'. These are maps that deal with boundaries. Subjects like separatist movements, re-drawing borders, and user-created idealizations. Many of these are satirical and funny," McGranaghan explained.

McGranaghan, however, wouldn't say that all of these maps are scientific. "I think the data is a bit noisy, but it's interesting nonetheless. Users sometimes want a magic formula to make their maps go viral and I don't think there is one. The tastes of the masses are fickle and change over time."

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Red And Orange Areas Have Equal Populations

Red And Orange Areas Have Equal Populations

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Nathan Jones
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2 months ago

This is not at all surprising, since nearly half the population in this country lives within 30 miles of the coast.

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When it comes to maps that best describe a country, McGranaghan thinks that it depends on the goal of the mapmaker. "All maps are generalizations, some good, some bad. They are not true representations and a good 'reader' should know that. I think good data visualization will take disparate datasets and find meaningful connections that weren't known before. It sounds simple but it is not so straightforward. A good mapmaker should be familiar with many matrices of knowledge and should be able to sift through them and make new connections."

McGranaghan created r/MapPorn in May 2011 while living in Taiwan, and it currently has over 995K members. He thinks the reason why the community is becoming so big is the same one why people like maps so much: they are easily digestible. So go ahead folks, continue scrolling and enjoy the rest of the post. Bon appétit!

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United States Population Lines

United States Population Lines

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Adam C
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2 months ago

Cool Map.

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The Most Efficient Route Between Every Springfield In The United States

The Most Efficient Route Between Every Springfield In The United States

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zims
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2 months ago

You're bound the find the Simpsons SOMEWHERE

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Tree Cover Map Of The US

Tree Cover Map Of The US

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Iapetos
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2 months ago

There are not enough!

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How Much Snow Does It Usually Take To Cancel Schools?

How Much Snow Does It Usually Take To Cancel Schools?

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GirlFriday
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2 months ago

Nice. I always get a kick out of the places that close school for an inch of snow. You don't even need to wear a coat for 1" of snow.

CrunChewy McSandybutt
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2 months ago

Understand that we (Louisiana) have no way to handle even the smallest amount of snow and ice. Our roads are already crap, and we have no way to clear them other than wait for the sun to do it.

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BeazleBug
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2 months ago

The real factor here is the area's ability to deal with snowfall as in equipment and street design. In other words, places that get a ton of snow regularly are ready for it.(Darker blues) The Green states rarely if ever get snow and have road surfaces that have little or no traction and drainage built in.

Jessica Cole
Community Member
2 months ago

Absolutely correct, Beazlebug. I am a Yankee who moved to NC, I used to think the state was just full of a bunch of pussies until I figured out all they have to fight ice and snow on there roads was liquid salt and a couple of pick up trucks with flimsy plows attached.

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Dippin Dot
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2 months ago

This is a bit misleading - I live in a 24"+ area and it all depends on if the buses can drive. If the snow is coming down quickly or there is ice involved, we are more likely to close. If the plows can keep up, schools have stayed open when there has been more than 24" of snow...

BluEyedSeoulite
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2 months ago

Good point. 24" of snow over a few days is VASTLY different over night

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lara
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2 months ago

The reason that they "cancel" schools in Texas after "just" an inch of snow is because snow usually falls AFTER it has been raining for awhile an when the temps drop, they drop precipitously so that we go from 33 degrees to 12. And we get black ice on bridges and roads. And generally, people from out of state who think that they know "how" to drive on snow always end up skidding off the road because they think that the "bridges" and overpasses are "just" covered with snow, not realizing that there is generally an inch or so of black ice underneath. That's why we cancel school. We are concerned about our children's lives.

Kevin Donegan
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2 months ago

I grew up in the northwestern corner of Montana next to Glacier National Park in a small town called Hungry Horse, Montana. I do not remember ever having a "snow day" off from school. EVER!

Zoe Murphy
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2 months ago

It hasn’t snowed where I live in 10 years.

Dorothy Cloud
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2 months ago

I found this one funny. I live in the middle of Calif and any snow is a reason to enjoy it.

Michelle Geiger
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2 months ago

I grew up in Alaska. School was never cancelled from too much snow. We were sent home early one day because the snow turned into rain after a record snowfall year. School was cancelled twice because of ice fog and a superintendent almost rear ended a school bus.

Umgreg Universe
Community Member
2 months ago

Nope! Here in the yeehaw state (Texas) it snowed about two years back. Guess what? Everyone went to school. (yes, I live in a part of the yeehaw state that's green on the map) And we had a BLAST.

Beth August
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2 months ago

When I was growing up in El Paso, Tx it was half an inch.

Charles Barilleaux
Community Member
2 months ago

Next up: "How much COVID does ti take to cancel school"

A Shipper
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2 months ago

I used to live in northern Illinois and it was never canceled because the plowing was so good. Now I live in North Carolina and just the thought of snow cancels school.

John L
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2 months ago

Having grown up in Alaska(Anchorage area), I can well believe the blue chart.

xiaomiao
Community Member
2 months ago

I grew up in North Dakota, it took a lot less than 24 inches to cancel school. Even in North Dakota a snowstorm of 24" would be a hell of a thing......

Lucille Varner
Community Member
2 months ago

If you get snow in south TEXAS, there's a problem.

Electric Ed
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2 months ago

Is that per day or "cumulative"?

miss louisa
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4 weeks ago

Wrong about El Paso county, CO. They close the schools for a couple of inches, LOL.

Tess Adams
Community Member
1 month ago

Alaska doesn't cancel for snow. Ice, sure, if the roads are really bad, but not snow.

Plaid Progressive
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1 month ago

You would understand if you lived in a green place. I moved from northern NJ to Portland, OR and people drive like its just rain. Oh, you mean the car slides on snow and ice?

Regina Arndt
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1 month ago

I love Chicago. Right spang in the middle of the "12 in" area, fairly close to a "6 in" area, here's Chicago--if the snow doesn't reach up to mid-thigh, you younguns are going to SCHOOL.

Kage Muir
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1 month ago

However, in Florida, we went to school when a hurricane was just off the coast with 60mph wind and rains for 8days uninterrupted lmao

Rick Peart
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1 month ago

Need to update. Denver Public Schools now cancel school if there is a threat of snow.

Natasha Putt
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2 months ago

Greater than that for nebraska lol 6 inches? Nah you can drive in that.

Maggie Fariss
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2 months ago

the problem is the equipment, or lack thereof - small amounts of snow do close you down if there are not plows. and of course if you are an area that rarely gets much snow the economics don't justify keeping plows on hand. former resident of: MO, OH, IN, KY, VT, MA, CT

Mike Schneider
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2 months ago

I was once at a conference in Atlanta where guys were there from New Mexico and they asked how many inches of snow does it take before things close where you are from. Being from Alberta Canada, we all looked across the table and said, "You mean how many feet, don't you? "

Victoria West
Community Member
2 months ago

We close for an inch of snow...but that's because an inch of snow = an inch of ice in the mountain part of our school district. Busses can't run, school is closed.

Annie
Community Member
2 months ago

Most of the green areas in Oregon are because of the driving conditions when we get a "silver thaw" (the snow turns to ice.) Very dangerous for school buses, public transportation, cars, and walking.

Jonathan Schoonbroodt
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2 months ago

Hahhaa, "any snow"?! You gotta be kiddin' me??

Matteo Durasevic
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2 months ago

😥

seriously tho
Community Member
2 months ago

Not true! I live in Houston, Texas, and we had record breaking snow(6 in) and my district didn't bat an eye

Jo Choto
Community Member
2 months ago

I remember as a child living in the UK, I would walk to school when the snow was high enough to come over the top of my knee length boots, so maybe 30cm/1 foot deep. Whereas in the USA, the kids would be off school the second it got to 2 inches/5.5 cm.

WhatEvenIsLife
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2 months ago

Hahahaha I grew up in Colorado, have lived in Alaska, and now live in Texas. The amount of snow that shuts down this state is ridic - but honestly, I get it. It's more about drivers not being used to driving in it. In all the years I've lived in central Texas (over 20 now), it's snowed ONCE here. I wouldn't trust these people to drive safely in it.

Jeffrey Stephens
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2 months ago

Significantly less is needed these days. At least in Missouri

Murray Heymann
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2 months ago

Any snow :D

Mare Freed
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2 months ago

They got Boston wrong. Boston will close schools and the airport for the slightest dusting, if it's EARLY winter. In late winter, your butt can march to school through 3-feet of snow, because all the snow days have been used up.

Monday Fuss
Community Member
2 months ago

wrong about tx

Blue Cicada
Community Member
2 months ago

The terrain matters to. If it is flat and easy to plow, it is easier to keep up with the snow. If it is hilly, with twisty roads, it is more difficult to clear the roads, and more dangerous for the buses and student drivers. In my county, the suburban "affluent" school district is in the flatlands, while our rural, "blue collar" school district is in the hills. We cancel more frequently, because it is more dangerous to drive on our roads than just 15 miles to our west. (Our state is divided into counties.)

Jane W.
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2 months ago

In Minnesota when we were kids, if the roads weren't plowed and parents couldn't get the car out of the garage, we put on the big boots and walked thru mounds of snow. LOVED it!!!

Johanne Trudeau
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2 months ago

We're a hearty bunch in the North - US and Canada...

Anna Repp
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2 months ago

When I was a kid in Russia, my school closed when it was 40 below (same in C and F) and windy or 45 below and no wind. Snow did not even come into consideration, because it was always there from November till March.

Elizabeth Ann
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2 months ago

This is inaccurate. South Carolina closes if there is just a rumor there MIGHT be snow. It doesn’t actually have to snow. We also close for wind.

Bunzilla
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2 months ago (edited)

My Michigan elementary school's rule was that unless it was below 0 fahrenheit degrees you're going outside for recess

Bunzilla
Community Member
2 months ago

TRUE

Leon Kappler
Community Member
2 months ago

Its not based on the amount of snow per se, but the ability to REMOVE said snow. northern states and Canada tend to have more snow plows and can get it removed faster. If I remember right, Atlanta GA only has like 1 or 2 snow plows if that, where the town I grew up in (Ithaca MI) has dozens of trucks. Makes a big difference if you can actually plow the roads.

Robert Ruedisueli
Community Member
2 months ago

This has to do with capacity of snow removal teams more than anything. However, further north you start having school buses equipped with snow tires to handle all but they heaviest snow. I know in my city, school usually only gets delayed or at most canceled for one day due to heavy snow. It's more about heavy snow continuing throughout the day and being concerned about getting the kids home.

Myrna Pletcher
Community Member
2 months ago

They don't make decisions about school closings just on the amount of snow. It depends on the temperature, the wind, the ice, the location, the terrain, the ability of the area to handle snow... so many other factors involved.

CR Harvey
Community Member
2 months ago

Snow, pfft.

Jacob Smith
Community Member
2 months ago

Growing up in Northern MN, the school district that I was in pretty much only closed when they couldn't get the buses started, and when we got a good dump of snow, otherwise we had a 2 hour late start schedule. And as for winter driving, don't be in such a hurry, most vehicles can drive in the snow and on the ice, heck people drive fwd cars out on the lake, and college students park on the ice in the winter because the college in on the lake.

Carol Ackerman
Community Member
2 months ago

CT folks cancel with 3", not 6" as depicted

Elizabeth Sovereign
Community Member
2 months ago

Nah, takes a lot more than 6 inches here. I'm in Oakland county MI usually takes around 8 to 12. This map is not accurate.

Noor Hassan
Community Member
2 months ago

is this graphics I am looking at the northern blue its seems like its a depth?

Mark Kelly
Community Member
2 months ago

Got Canada in there too.

Logan Slaughter
Community Member
2 months ago

North Carolina shuts down the schools if there's a "chance" they'll get any snow.

D. B. Cooper
Community Member
2 months ago

I used to live on Long Island,NY and they commonly closed schools when there was absolutely no snow. that is very frustrating as a working parent.

Water Bottle
Community Member
2 months ago

Over yonder in Oregon it takes a yard to cancel school

Michael Hartman
Community Member
2 months ago

This is way off for south central Nebraska. We're lucky if they cancel school for 6".

Susan Jones
Community Member
2 months ago

Y’all are smokin’ crack! We’re in southwestern Ohio and they cancel school for fog!

Matthew Brzyski
Community Member
2 months ago

buffalo should be in black because we got 8 feet had to clear it and get our asses to school in december 2001

Demongrrrrl
Community Member
2 months ago

When I lived in DC, schools were closed if snow was even forecast for the next day.

Cian Thomas McHugh
Community Member
2 months ago

Me in CA: Wait, you guys are getting snow?

Em Wal
Community Member
2 months ago

Too much. It takes too much snow to cancel public schools in my area. We were always the last to close.

Starbelly Eleven
Community Member
2 months ago

Can confirm. Grew up in Denver and it was like, 'get your ass on the bus'. Live in DC now and people Lose.Their. Minds. when it snows even a little.

Peter de Vroede
Community Member
2 months ago

I think the green part of this map is pretty much nonsense. I guarantee you all those areas don't cancel school when there is "any snow." It's just that it's so rare, they don't have an official policy on the matter.

tuzdayschild
Community Member
2 months ago

I live in an "Any Snow" area. It snows so infrequently that when it finally does, most don't know how to drive in it. I know I don't.

Al Christensen
Community Member
2 months ago

When I lived in Charlotte, NC, the mere rumor of maybe something like snow falling somewhere in the region was enough to close schools and businesses.

Jennifer Gould
Community Member
2 months ago

Here in MA it seems like closer to two feet will have schools close.

Kevin Malone
Community Member
2 months ago

i live in an any snow area and it depends on if the roads are iced over

Ryleigh
Community Member
2 months ago

Really green?

CzechPanda
Community Member
2 months ago

pffff, pussies

Leo Domitrix
Community Member
2 months ago

I grew up in the deep blue. Yep. They got this one right. I now live in the "predict snow, everyoen shuts down" zone.

Jon S.
Community Member
2 months ago

I would like to see this for Britain/Europe. We are always being told we don't know how to deal with snow in England, and I want to see precisely how bad we are with it compared to our neighbours.

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Most Common Surname In The United States By State

Most Common Surname In The United States By State

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Bardhi's Dad
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2 months ago

This is not really surprising, I think

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Every State's Least Favorite State

Every State's Least Favorite State

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Thaia
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2 months ago

I love how florida hates itself

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Its Very Interesting

Its Very Interesting

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Mihran Hovnanian
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2 months ago

Why is Canada building some sort of corridor to Mexico?

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More People Live Inside The Red Area Than The Grey Area

More People Live Inside The Red Area Than The Grey Area

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Kevin Donegan
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2 months ago

... and this is the downfall of the American election system called the electoral college.

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Drug Overdose Deaths In The United States Per 100,000 Persons For 1999 And 2014

Drug Overdose Deaths In The United States Per 100,000 Persons For 1999 And 2014

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Hans
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2 months ago

This one is saddening.

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US States Scaled Proportionally To Population Density

US States Scaled Proportionally To Population Density

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zims
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2 months ago

Alaska is so tiny!

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The Loudest And Quietest Spots In The Continental US

The Loudest And Quietest Spots In The Continental US

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Brandy Grote
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2 months ago

my house is in the border of very loud and very quiet. I can hear trains, a freeway, coyote howls, and owls hooting.

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#18

Out Of Service Railways

Out Of Service Railways

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nanashi
Community Member
2 months ago

for a large country like America, why is there no push for investing on high speed trains to cross the states?

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The U.S. Mapped By Residents’ Desire To Move To A Different State

The U.S. Mapped By Residents’ Desire To Move To A Different State

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Zoe Murphy
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2 months ago

Can’t leave....... In-N-Out!!!

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#20

Use Of The Word "Dang" Across The Continental US

Use Of The Word "Dang" Across The Continental US

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Troux
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2 months ago

Damn.

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#21

How America Utilizes Its Land

How America Utilizes Its Land

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zims
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2 months ago

I wonder where reservations fall on this chart.

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Percentage Of People Born Outside The U.S. In Each State

Percentage Of People Born Outside The U.S. In Each State

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Martha Meyer
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2 months ago

To hear a lot if Americans talking, it would be much higher.

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#23

Regions Of The U.S. That Don't Officially Celebrate Christopher Columbus Day

Regions Of The U.S. That Don't Officially Celebrate Christopher Columbus Day

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Gareth Graham
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2 months ago

From watching US news recently, this may change

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#24

Popular Coffee Shop Chains By Number Of Locations

Popular Coffee Shop Chains By Number Of Locations

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Squirrelflightisawesome
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2 months ago

Caribou. I just love it.

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#25

Map Of Lowest Recorded Temperature In Each Us State (Fahrenheit)

Map Of Lowest Recorded Temperature In Each Us State (Fahrenheit)

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Meechelle Reha
Community Member
2 months ago

This is Hilarious to me, my ex-husband was raised in Alaska from 7 year's old until 22 year's old & heard a ton of weather stories 😅 😄 😂 😆 🙃 🤣 😅 😄 I've been there 4 time's but alway's in summer though!

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#26

Light Pollution In The United States

Light Pollution In The United States

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tuzdayschild
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2 months ago

All astronomy hopefuls, please step to the left.

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#27

Air Traffic Control Zones In The USA

Air Traffic Control Zones In The USA

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Miss Cris
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2 months ago

"Albuquerque, we have a problem"

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U.S. Education Spending Map

U.S. Education Spending Map

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WilvanderHeijden
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

Explains why so many US citizens show a heartbreaking ignorance and why a guy like Trump could become president.

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Map Of The United States' 8 Million Miles Of Roads, Streets And Highways

Map Of The United States' 8 Million Miles Of Roads, Streets And Highways

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@Daisychain
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2 months ago

viod-5ef49...bb452e.png viod-5ef493dbb452e.png

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#30

USA Tree Diversity

USA Tree Diversity

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Ryleigh
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2 months ago

We need more trees!!!!

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#31

Garbage Can vs. Trash Can In The United States

Garbage Can vs. Trash Can In The United States

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RJ
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2 months ago

rubbish

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#32

Portion Of Each State That Is Federal Land

Portion Of Each State That Is Federal Land

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kate h
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2 months ago

Hawaii: 19% Federal, 81% Zuckerberg :/

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#33

All U.S. Counties With In-N-Out Burger As Of May 2020

All U.S. Counties With In-N-Out Burger As Of May 2020

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Troux
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2 months ago

Thanks for posting this. I keep hearing this name and have never seen one.

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#34

A Tastier Map

A Tastier Map

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Leo Domitrix
Community Member
2 months ago

Good grief, Georgia is insanely Waffled.

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#35

Date Of Creation Of All 3,142 U.S. Counties

Date Of Creation Of All 3,142 U.S. Counties

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Miss Cris
Community Member
2 months ago

Do they did it ex profeso to have a pi number of counties?????

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#36

US Governors By Eye Color

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dena masoomi
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2 months ago

I’m not sure what to do with this information

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#37

Voters Who Didn't Vote For Hillary Or Trump

Voters Who Didn't Vote For Hillary Or Trump

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BluEyedSeoulite
Community Member
2 months ago

AND LOOK AT WHAT Y'ALL DID!!

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#38

Average Size Of US Apartments By Region

Average Size Of US Apartments By Region

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Ryleigh
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2 months ago

dang

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#39

Results Of The 1984 United States Presidential Election By County. The Most Lopsided Election In History, The Only State Reagan Failed To Win Was His Opponent’s, Minnesota

Results Of The 1984 United States Presidential Election By County. The Most Lopsided Election In History, The Only State Reagan Failed To Win Was His Opponent’s, Minnesota

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Kevin Donegan
Community Member
2 months ago

In reverse, this must be the outcome of the 2020 election. Trump is setting up the "corrupt election" playbook so that when he loses, he can claim the election was fraudulent. We need to do the same thing Reagan did and OVERWHELMINGLY vote the morbidly obese pathological lying vindictive narcissistic imbecile with the emotional maturity of a toddler (AKA tRump) out of office.

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#40

US Counties With Gdp Over $100b

US Counties With Gdp Over $100b

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Dave P
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2 months ago

um where are the five counties that make up NYC, all five have GDP's over 100B on their own

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USA Country Map Divided By 1/3rds Of Covid Deaths

USA Country Map Divided By 1/3rds Of Covid Deaths

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Brandy Grote
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2 months ago

give it a month.

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