We finally finished the paper (and here’s the earlier blog posting with link to a powerpoint).

## Rich state, poor state, red state, blue state: What’s the matter with Connecticut?

Posted by Andrew on 30 November 2005, 7:53 am

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Chris comments:

You may also look at secularism. McCarthy, Poole and Rosenthal find that the relationship between income and voting is much stronger for religious voters than for secular voters.

I wish someone would publish a math or stats textbook with a picture that illustrates the point as well as your graph does. I think the productivity of math education would jump dramatically. My math advisor was adamant that you didn't really understand the math until you could

draw a picture.