Fun map quiz for all the family

What is the difference between pale blue/blue and yellow/orange states? (Very hard unless you cheat and do an image search.) And what makes Illinois unique in this context?

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13 Responses to Fun map quiz for all the family

  1. Pub Bore says:

    Obesity levels.

    Do I get a cigar?

  2. Name (required) says:

    Percentage of government officials jailed for corruption?

  3. Tiu Fu Fong says:

    I’d vote marijuana legalisation for medical use, but would expect Alaska to be included because they are all potheads there.

  4. stanley gibbons says:

    Dunno, but as Illinois is Obama’s home state it’s something about elections.

  5. dan says:

    The number of federal/state employees under indictment for corruption. Darker blue is better, orange and red worse?

  6. Chris Maden says:

    I’d like to think it’s something profound like the red/orange ones are those in which there have been no executions.

    However, in reality, I suspect that the orange and red ones are those in which Donald Tsang has stayed, with red being presidential suite while orange are merely suites…

  7. imavreans says:

    Concealed carry laws.

  8. declaime says:

    The sustainability of state and local government debt burdens; with bluish hues more sustainable than amber ones.

  9. Probably says:

    Population density? And Illinois has the most dense population?

  10. Henry says:

    Must be right to carry concealed weapons. Illinois is the only state where there is no right at all, everywhere else there is some right. Scary….. I would guess that pale blue is most liberal (coz Texas is in there) through dark blue, yellow, orange and then red

  11. Jason90 says:

    Concealed carry – Illinois an island of sanity in an ocean of madness – light blue (e.g. Arizona) being the states where both residents and nonresidents have the right.

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