Friday, November 05, 2010
During my election night posting, I mused about the end of the southern rural Democrat. It turns out that not only were the ranks of southern rural Democrats decimated, but that rural Democrats nationwide had a very, very bad night. This story by the Daily Yonder, a great site dedicated to rural politics and policy, dispels the notion that Tuesday's losses were distinctly southern in flavor. Looking at the 125 most rural districts in the country, we see how badly Democrats fared. Check out the map above to get a visual sense of what happened.
Posted by CBMurray at 10:26 AM