3D map of county-level election results

United States Presidential Election 2016 (County-Level Results)
The winner of each county and his/her margin of victory is represented by that county’s color. The height of each county corresponds to the total number of votes cast by its residents.

U.S. Presidential Election 2016: County-Level Results

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