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March 26, 2012


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Chris VanHaight

The one that is surprises me (I am not sure why) is California. I knew it was urbanized, but 95% is amazing. The fact that only four states, two do which are in the Northeast, are under 50% is also significant. No wonder Obama is confident about re-election.

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