Map Says It All

There appears to be a correlation between states/counties that vote Democrat and states/counties with the highest instances of coronavirus. Here’s the map of the pandemic worst afflicted:

Here’s the 2016 vote (Dems in blue):

Strikingly similar.

Issuesinsights explains:

Don’t be surprised if some people mistake COVID-19 outbreak maps with those election outcome maps. The virus has killed more than 46,000 Americans and is expected to claim 20,000 more by August. But it’s hitting certain areas far harder than others.

Of the 10 states with the highest number of deaths per 100,000 residents, only two voted for President Donald Trump in 2016, and one of those was Michigan, which had been voting Democratic until Trump flipped it.

At the other end of the spectrum, of the 10 states with the lowest death rates, only one (Hawaii) voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016.

The median death rate for blue states is 4.3. For red states, it’s 1.9.

Does that mean more liberals will be moving to red states. Probably and that’s a problem as they can’t abandon their deadly ideas.

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