Updated: Saturday, February 20, 2021, 7:33 pm
Here is how America looks today (move your mouse over the map to compare it to 2016):
Click here for full-size version.
Note: I don't yet have data for Mississippi, Maine and Massachusetts. Hope to get that soon.
Here is a tilted 3D version.
The height of each tower is proportional to the "voter density" so that the volume of each "tower" is proportional to the number of votes.
Click on image for WebGL 3D model (it's a 55 Mb file).
The maps above are misleading in the sense that sparsely populated areas are
shown no differently from densely populated areas. Manhattan has 1.6
million people but is only represented by the smallest dot in these maps.
Montana, on the other hand, has less than a million people but gets a huge chunk
of the map---as big as Montana.
is well-known for his cartograms---maps that are
distorted in proportion to population. Here's Mark's map for the 2016
Click here for Election 2016 maps.
Click here for Election 2012 maps.
Click here for Election 2008 maps.
Click here for Election 2006 maps.
Click here for Election 2005 maps.
Click here for Election 2004 maps.
Click here for Election 2000 map.