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BACKinBLACK

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There is a strong correlation with the electoral college map, but


There is also a correlation between education levels and the electoral college map. So it could be education correlating to vaccination rates appearing as if it’s political. Probably a bit of both. The COVID denial was much higher in one party and that is the political group that is refusing the vaccine at a higher rate.

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Posted: 06/12/2021 at 2:02PM



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