Data Visualization: U.S. States as N.Y.C. Boroughs

The boroughs of New York City as U.S. states based on their closest population analogues.

Manhattan becomes Idaho, the Bronx becomes Maine, Queens has as many people as New Mexico, Brooklyn as Nevada and Staten Island as many as Wyoming.

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