Statistics: US Elections and IQs

Just before tonight’s so-called Vice-Presidential candidates TV debate a chart we found a while ago that relates average IQs by U.S. states and their voting in the 2004 U.S. Presidential Elections.

Well you might say don’t trust statistics you haven’t faked yourself, but then go on and (re)create this chart for this year’s elections (I guess we might have to do it ourselves).

Click on the image below for the link for the original image (large scale)

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More information:
Niels Buus’ project list (in Danish)

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