I think i will stay in the yellow lol
I live in Kansas City, Missouri. It is at what I expected it to be. But I would have expected states like Alabama and Tennessee to be higher, but I guess that's a good thing. I'm going to look for images of other countries.
No freaking way El Paso County Colorado (where Colorado Springs is located) is only bright yellow. Just no way.
isn't it curios that the most religious regions are located in the center of the US? :P
My county is yellow...v.v;;;
wow i figured most the southern states would be red, turns out my state of north carolina is mostly yellow. cant really tell living here though....
my parish is dark red :( anybody got the source of this image, or it in full resolution?
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