New York Election Results - The Patchwork Vote

Watching the Vote by Community Types

Monday, October 25, 2010

Here are final vote totals from the 2010 statewide elections in New York. The colors represent community types for each county, which are defined by our partners at Patchwork Nation using their analysis of census and other data.

Be sure to check out the breakdown in the Attorney General and Comptroller races, where the GOP "won" several of the community types. Dante Chinni, of Patchwork Nation, also wrote a review of the vote nationwide.

On election night, we used live vote data from from The Associated Press to watch the statewide results. All results are now in.


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Comments [2]


Any news on John Hall?

Nov. 02 2010 09:37 PM
Thoroughly Scientific

You cannot click on the Bronx on these maps.

Nov. 02 2010 03:58 PM

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