The physical landscapes throughout the US can tell stories about their residents' political perspectives, according to a project at The New York Times. The paper analyzed aerial images and data from the 2016 presidential election, finding that gray pavement was more common in areas that voted Democrat and green, open spaces were more common in areas that went Republican.
Can physical landscapes reveal how people vote?
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