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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5 months ago

Who thought that German would be up there?!

Guy MacGregor
Community Member
5 months ago

I am not surprised at all. I guess the Amish communities have a great deal in it

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Carrie de Luka
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5 months ago

Hmmm... Dakota!!

Cat Nip Gal
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5 months ago

It's a Native American tribe for those that don't know. ;)

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CrunChewy McSandybutt
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5 months ago

I live in Louisiana. The French here is not the same as European French. It really is a whole different language.

Dilly Millandry
Community Member
5 months ago (edited)

Is that in the same way that american english is different from british english? Different words for items (taps and faucets) and phrases eg This is different from (British) and this is different than (US). I can't come up with better examples off the top of my head, sorry!

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Danielle Edwards
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5 months ago

I genuinely learnt a lot from this map, but more so from the comments!

Nightmare Scar Paladin
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5 months ago

Illinois as an outlier with Polish, I actually think that's pretty interesting

Natalie Bohrteller
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5 months ago

So many Polish bakeries in Chicago - that wasn't a surprise to me though.

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Leo H
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5 months ago

What is tagalong?

BluEyedSeoulite
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5 months ago

National language of the Philippines. They have many smaller local languages as well.

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Pseudo Puppy
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5 months ago

TAGALOG: from the Phillipines. "Tagalog (/təˈɡɑːlɒɡ/) (Tagalog pronunciation: [tɐˈɡaːloɡ]) is an Austronesian language spoken as a first language by the ethnic Tagalog people, who make up a quarter of the population of the Philippines and as a second language by the majority."

Meyer Weinstock
Community Member
5 months ago

Doesn't (almost) each island have its own dialect, or separate language? Palawan, Mindanao, Cebu, Leyte, etc...

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Chris Green
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5 months ago

Why Arabic in Michigan? Seems like a strange migration point for people of middle eastern decent. That is the strangest one in this entire map!

Nathan Jones
Community Member
5 months ago

Henry Ford was well known for liking to hire Arabs. When the car industry was booming, the Arab world was in decline, so a lot of them left and went to Detroit for work. After Detroit took a downturn, less immigrants went to detroit, but Michigan was already established as a hub for Arabs, so they continued to settle in Michigan. The population continued to grow from that, and by them having more kids, so in non Arab nations, Michigan probably has the largest concentration of Arabs in the world.

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Michelle Line
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5 months ago

It's not Navajo, it's Dené. (pronounced deh-ney).

Phi
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5 months ago

Thanks!

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Path of Totality
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5 months ago

I'm genuinely shocked there aren't any hindi states!

Bob Belcher
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5 months ago

Yes, Houston has a huge Vietnamese population. Many Germans also settled in Texas near San Antonio.

kailee chung
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5 months ago

quite surprised korean's up there

BluEyedSeoulite
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5 months ago

A LOT of Koreans end up in 3 areas, Atlanta, GA, W. Virginia, and Irving, CA. I check up on the Korean populations periodically, I want my kids to keep their Korean whenever we move back to America. I was planning on Minneapolis since there is a public bilingual Korean school there but not so sure now...

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ThreeOfAKind
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5 months ago (edited)

This is really interesting!

Jo Bebe
Community Member
4 months ago

This is a load of crap lol I have lived in several states...........this is just freaken way off!

Blue Cicada
Community Member
4 months ago

I assume this means the language is spoken by immigrants and their direct descendants, not the language that is spoken by those who learned it as a second language? A line of my American family has spoken German for six generations, but for the last three generations we have learned it in high school and college, not from family speakers. (Sadly, the Welsh and Scottish was lost within a generation, as a response to bigotry and hatred from English descendants in America. Hmmm. Now, I understand why my Celtic immigrant ancestors married German immigrants!)

Blue Cicada
Community Member
4 months ago

Cymru am byth! Getting revenge on those haters of centuries before. Enjoying Welsh folk music and learning of Welsh history and folklore. I honor my Welsh ancestors by attending a gmanfa ganu whenever I am able to.

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Yoan Mitov
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5 months ago

Dakota is a language?

Mme de Poppadom
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5 months ago

Thousands of place names in North America are derived from indigenous words, including half the States.

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Community Member
5 months ago

why is south dakota dakota...?

Nathan Jones
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5 months ago

Native tribe

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Vicky Zar
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5 months ago

Strange that this does not correlate with the map of most common country of birth for foreign born residents.

Mme de Poppadom
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5 months ago

Why would that be? They are measuring different things, and thus would include subsets of different people. Basically, it means that people don't actually have to be foreign-born to speak a second language.

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Capelli rosa e patate
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1 month ago

Ja Idaho! 😂

Aiden Amador
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1 month ago

kinda crazy that spanish isnt up there

MATIAS SALAZAR-HOYOS
Community Member
2 months ago

vietnamese

Leah Helbig
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2 months ago

German was almost our official language but lost in a vote to English.

Randy Klefbeck
Community Member
4 months ago

And only one state (IL) has polish spoken as second most common. I am also surprised that only one state has Russian as tongue number two (OR).

Pamela Wharram
Community Member
4 months ago

What's Tagalog?

Dorothy Cloud
Community Member
4 months ago

Wow! Would never have guessed!

Aayush Kumar
Community Member
4 months ago

I am surprised not seeing any indian languages... I mean from the country india

Jacquelyn Baker
Community Member
4 months ago

Interesting that most of the most conservative States are German.

Joe Kerr
Community Member
4 months ago

fake... it uses 2% to mak you think it represents anything close to useful

Matteo Durasevic
Community Member
4 months ago

Wow

gpc1965
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4 months ago

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lj1usY0OjDk

Dayanara Ryelle
Community Member
4 months ago

Not surprised about Arabic--we have a thriving Muslim population here. I am surprised that French Creole is in Florida and not Louisiana!

Carol Case
Community Member
4 months ago

I majored in Geography. In one class we were assigned to know all the major rivers and mountain ranges in the world. I bought a bunch of blank world maps, and put rivers on one, and mountains on another one. I got an A on the test. It was much easier to learn that way than for the other kids who had it all jumbled on one map.

Mildred Thompson
Community Member
4 months ago

WOW!

Emma Horn-Knox
Community Member
4 months ago (edited)

HAHA GERMAN!? WHO WOULD O' THOUGHT!! NO OFFENSE AT ALL

Ursula Buteau
Community Member
4 months ago

So how is it that I have such a hard time finding a German restaurant?

Amanda Hunter
Community Member
4 months ago

Who knew!

Murray Heymann
Community Member
4 months ago

Na gut!

Christel Nellemann
Community Member
4 months ago

so much german!

Tina-Marie Tarrant
Community Member
4 months ago

Who thought Russian would be there?

Ken Lipofski
Community Member
4 months ago

Does South Dakota really have it's own Dakota Language?

Ann O'Riley
Community Member
4 months ago

The Germans have surrounded Poland again.

John Prizzio
Community Member
4 months ago

Interesting

Jessica Cifelli
Community Member
4 months ago

Who knew that Texas, Oklahoma, and Nebraska have such a high Vietnamese population?

Elizabeth Butler
Community Member
4 months ago

The French ones speak to our history, but the German is a surprise.

Richard Lancaster
Community Member
4 months ago

Sorry, but I don't believe half of this!

Barbara O'Brien Cloyd
Community Member
4 months ago

Interesting

Teri Donovan
Community Member
4 months ago

Uhm.....while it's Arabic in the lower peninsula of Michigan (aka Troll country) it's Finnish in the UP; the UP is home to the highest concentration of Finns outside Europe.

Teri Donovan
Community Member
4 months ago

Arabic in the lower peninsula (Troll Land) of MI....Finnish in the UP.

Toni Ferchak
Community Member
4 months ago

Very interesting had no idea

Catherine Ratliff
Community Member
4 months ago

SD is the only state where the 3rd most commonly spoken language is Dakota. I would have guessed Lakota.

Fred and George Weasley
Community Member
4 months ago

whats tagalog?

T Cortes
Community Member
4 months ago

I would like to learn Dakota now

Pam Mulhollem
Community Member
4 months ago

I thought German would be Pennsylvania since there are so many Amish and they don't speak English until they enter school age.

Debbie Fountain
Community Member
4 months ago

Florida's second language is spanish. Not Creole.

Bunzilla
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4 months ago

I've lived in Michigan so that actually does not surprise me

Sandy Schorsch
Community Member
4 months ago

Color legend?

Ryan Rider
Community Member
4 months ago

I noticed S. Dakota is colored pink, but it does not say French it says Dakota lol, cool facts though.

Linda Totten
Community Member
4 months ago

How about Athabaskan variations... Native American from Alaska to New Mexico?

Dee Wallin
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4 months ago

I noticed German right away, too.

Dee Wallin
Community Member
4 months ago

I noticed the German right away, too. Fascinating.

Pamela Rozema
Community Member
4 months ago

Many of those Portuguese in Massachusetts come from the Azores. I learned that while living there.

Robert Myers
Community Member
4 months ago

This is a lie

Jonathon Jones
Community Member
4 months ago

Not surprises about French for the states that border Quebec, but surprised about German. Still a lot of French in the south!

Mildred Thompson
Community Member
4 months ago

Interesting.

Robert Peckham
Community Member
4 months ago

This is outdated.

Robert Peckham
Community Member
4 months ago

That map is dated 2014. There's a much more diverse one from just 3 years later.

Ari Stevens
Community Member
4 months ago

South Dakotans speak Dakota I see

Patricia Moulton
Community Member
4 months ago

German lost out being USA language by 1 (one) vote

Chris Daniels
Community Member
4 months ago

lived in Florida my whole life and never once have I heard or heard of anyone speaking French Creole

Autumn Lane
Community Member
4 months ago (edited)

With the large Amish and Mennonite populations in PA, I thought it would be PA Dutch

Pat Kaserman
Community Member
4 months ago

Nope. Pennsylvania has a lot of Hungarian and Polish immigrants! I know because I am one of them!

Stanley Mathews
Community Member
5 months ago

Take a good look at Michigan.

XianJaguar
Community Member
5 months ago

LOL... my dad's entire family is partially responsible for Italian in Pennsylvania!

Susan Love
Community Member
5 months ago

Wow... Texas has changed a lot in the last 20+ years since I left. Used to be Czech, Spanish, German were the top 3 (in order) after English.

Jeff Lewis
Community Member
5 months ago

Very interesting

Morgan
Community Member
5 months ago

And what Dakota just...doesn't speak any other languages?

Jennifer Crompton
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5 months ago

Dakota is a Native American language. Also, that state is South Dakota.

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Morgan
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5 months ago

And Dakota just...what doesn't speak any other languages?

pusheen buttercup
Community Member
5 months ago

wow! I'm surprised, I expected more Russian or Chinese.

pusheen buttercup
Community Member
5 months ago

wow! I'm surprised. I expected more Russian or Chinese.

Nikita Danylyshyn
Community Member
5 months ago

amazed that russian is the most common in oregan

Mantautas Šimkus
Community Member
5 months ago

Aaaaand where is Lithuanian ?

Yun Fujiwarasai
Community Member
5 months ago

For people who think what is Tagalog, that is one of the Philippine language

Azure Adams
Community Member
5 months ago

Wow huh

Ava Proctor
Community Member
5 months ago

je ne pas parle francais tres bien. j'ai un étudiant de français. please correct my spelling/grammar mistakes :) im still learning

Christian Probst
Community Member
5 months ago

Jawoll!

Tabitha L
Community Member
5 months ago

I'm surprised Louisiana is French and not Vietnamese. The Louisiana government spent years trying to quash French, and are now trying to bring it back.

Don Promillo
Community Member
5 months ago

I've been to every single one of those states and never heard anybody speak german...

MsPraise
Community Member
5 months ago

I guessed right about Polish in Illinois, but would expect that to be mostly in the Chicago area. It would be interesting to see this map by individual states.

Patrick O'Harris
Community Member
5 months ago

Wow. THAT is a lot of German. I know many settled over there but I did not expect that.

Natalie Bohrteller
Community Member
5 months ago

Totally agree. But now I understand why so many Germans believe the urban legend that German had almost been the official language of the USA...

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Kathe Scott
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5 months ago

German is the largest "ethnic" group in the US...

Miss Cris
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4 months ago

Why the "" ?

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Devyn Nagy
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5 months ago

There's a lot of German speakers.

Dave P
Community Member
5 months ago

not surprised with a lot of these given immigrant populations or languages spoken by descendants of old Europeans (though different dialects today) or in some cases Native American population,

Zella Easton
Community Member
5 months ago

Who thought German would be up there ---- in Tennessee?!?

Zella Easton
Community Member
5 months ago

Who thought German would be up there --- in Tennessee?!?

Bethany Schaefer
Community Member
5 months ago

They should put Italian in Texas because there’s an Italy, TX

Josh Tall
Community Member
5 months ago

Half of these places have a hard time with english! And it is their first language! I love this map!!!

Noez 🇸🇪
Community Member
5 months ago (edited)

Dakota is a language? Edit: I honestly didn't know it was a native language. Didn't mean to offend anyone. I've never even been in the US.

BluEyedSeoulite
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5 months ago

Yes, many locations in the USA are taken from local languages or even just the local Native American tribal name. Many of their languages share that name, Navajos speak Navajo for instance.

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Chris DiFonso
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5 months ago

I'm surprised it's not Spanish in the states that border Mexico

SoozeeQ
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5 months ago

The post read the most common language AFTER English or Spanish.

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ShareMusic
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5 months ago

Texas - not Spanish? I don't know anyone who speaks Vietnamese, but lots of people who speak Spanish.

SoozeeQ
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5 months ago

The post read the most common language AFTER English or Spanish. Not sure what I was expecting, but it wasn't Vietnamese!

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oh... wow... i thought it'd be chinese or spanish or something like that to be honest... but theres literally no spanish and only 1 chinese

Jeremy sanzone
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5 months ago

Says other than English and Spanish.

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I wonder if he mistook the language of the amish with German. Because thats not really German.

Tiari
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5 months ago (edited)

Almost 45 million German-Americans live in the US. There are less than half a million Amish people. So no, he probably did not.

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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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5 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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5 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
Community Member
5 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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5 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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5 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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5 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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5 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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5 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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5 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.

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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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5 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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5 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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5 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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5 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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5 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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5 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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5 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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Out Of Service Railways

Out Of Service Railways

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nanashi
Community Member
5 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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5 months ago

Can’t leave....... In-N-Out!!!

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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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5 months ago

Damn.

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How America Utilizes Its Land

How America Utilizes Its Land

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zims
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5 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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5 months ago

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

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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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5 months ago

From watching US news recently, this may change

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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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5 months ago

Caribou. I just love it.

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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
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5 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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Light Pollution In The United States

Light Pollution In The United States

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tuzdayschild
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5 months ago

All astronomy hopefuls, please step to the left.

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Air Traffic Control Zones In The USA

Air Traffic Control Zones In The USA

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Miss Cris
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5 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
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5 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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5 months ago

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USA Tree Diversity

USA Tree Diversity

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Ryleigh
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5 months ago

We need more trees!!!!

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