Historical Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections 1788-2004
Selectednbsp;as anbsp;&BAD:quot;Best Reference&BAD:quot;nbsp;for 2006nbsp;by Library Journal Researchers studying historical U.S. elections and the electoral voting system spend countless hours compiling and comparing data and statistics to discover voting trends and patterns. Now, this new atlas allows researchers to easily make visual comparisons of regional voting patterns throughout the history of the United States. Presented in the form of a four-color atlas, Historical Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections 1788-2004 provides maps and context on every U.S. presidential election since 1789.Two pages of maps for each election from 1788 to present include: One national map showing the winning candidate for each countyOne national map per major candidate, including important third-party candidatesSnapshot data and statistical charts on popular and electoral voting, candidate names and parties, and voter turnoutHistorical Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections 1788-2004 also features essays on each individual election, providing essential background and context for understanding key data. This new resource will be an asset in libraries serving students and citizens interested in presidential elections.