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If you've watched any network coverage of this primary season, you're already well sick of the endless pooring over demographics for trends. Youths, Blacks and Starbucks whites for Obama vs Seniors, Latino/a's and dunkin donut whites for Clinton. Personally, I find it crass, but on the other hand I really like a well thought out graph.
David Sirota has made an interesting argument about why Obama wins in states where blacks make up less than 5% or more than 15% of the population.
He backs up his argument with this lovely piece of math class: [asset|aid=751|format=image|formatter=asset|title=Race Chasm Graph|width=430|height=349|align=center|resizable=true]
You can check it out at http://www.inthesetimes.com/article/3597/the_clinton_firewall/