August 21, 2012
Red State Reads, Blue State Reads: What Are Residents in Your State Reading?

By clicking each state, you can see the top book sales and what percentage leans more Republican or Democrat. Amazon categorized the books and then correlated them with shipping addresses to make the map, which is updated hourly to match sales in the past 30 days. 

Read more. [Image: Amazon.com]

Red State Reads, Blue State Reads: What Are Residents in Your State Reading?

By clicking each state, you can see the top book sales and what percentage leans more Republican or Democrat. Amazon categorized the books and then correlated them with shipping addresses to make the map, which is updated hourly to match sales in the past 30 days. 

Read more. [Image: Amazon.com]

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    Red State, Blue State: What Residents in Your State Are Reading By clicking each state on the map, you can see the top...
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    Fascinating! Does that mean that people who are “red” are just reading more? I mean - it is shipping addresses… What...
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