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A state's shading indicates its per capita mentions of the Obama/Biden ticket, relative to other states. The darker the shading for a state, the more mentions of "obama" and "biden" originated from that state.

A state's shading indicates its per capita mentions of the Romney/Ryan ticket, relative to other states. The darker the shading for a state, the more mentions of "romney" and "ryan" originated from that state.

A state's shading indicates its per capita mentions of job-related topics with regard to the election, relative to other states. Tweets referring to both the US election and jobs (e.g., jobs, employment, and outsourcing) were counted.

A state's shading indicates its per capita mentions of the Superstorm Sandy with regard to the election, relative to other states. Tweets referring to both the US election and Sandy (#sandy) were counted.

A state's shading indicates its per capita mentions of tax-related issues with regard to the election, relative to other states. Tweets referring to the US election and taxation (e.g., taxes and tax cuts) were counted.

A state's shading indicates its per capita mentions of debt-related issues with regard to the election, relative to other states. Tweets referring to the US election and national debt (e.g., debt and deficit) were counted.

A state's shading indicates its per capita mentions of education-related topics with regard to the election, relative to other states. Tweets referring to both the US election and education (e.g., education, teachers, and schools) were counted.

A state's shading indicates its per capita mentions of healthcare-related topics with regard to the election, relative to other states. Tweets referring to both the US election and healthcare (e.g., healthcare, obamacare, and health insurance) were counted.

A state's shading indicates its per capita mentions of the foreign policy issues with regard to the election, relative to other states. Tweets referring to both the US election and foreign policy topics (e.g., Iraq, China, terrorism) were counted.

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