Jonathan Maimon

The divide in this country between the states is even more stark when you look at vaccination rates. I didn’t think it would be this much, until I combined the vaccination rate with the vote in the 2016 election.

Vaccination rates in red states are roughly 15% lower than vaccination rates in blue states. So an average blue state, like New Mexico, which has vaccinated 54.0% of their population with the first dose, is about15% higher than an average red state, Oklahoma, which has vaccinated 40.0% of their population.

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