All Maps

Below are all the maps collected in the atlas to date. Click any map to enlarge or choose a collection from the list to the left. Many of the maps cover multiple topics and are therefore included in multiple categories.

Americans

These are maps on population demographics including racial diversity, education levels, and whether we own or rent our homes. Together, they describe the ways in which the candidates describe and discuss Americans.

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Households & Families

This collection includes maps about the makeup of American households and families and the issues they face as described by the candidates. 

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Gender & Sexuality

This collection of maps catalogs the issues highlighted by candidates when they discuss questions of gender and sexuality. These can include topics as far ranging as women's health to same-sex marriage.

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Race & Ethnicity

American communities are diverse. The maps in this collection begin to describe the racial and ethnic geography across the varied electorate. 

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migration

These maps illustrate the migration demographics and issues across the country for issues of both international and domestic population movements.

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Income & Employment

These maps catalog the ways in which issues of income and employment are discussed and measured by the candidates. They range from attempting to define the "middle class" to the types of work opportunities afforded to Americans. 

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Education

The maps below cover education-related issues and questions from early education through colleges and universities.

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Industry & Economy

The Industry & Economy collection includes maps that detail the topics covered by the candidates with respect to the country's economic production. They range from infrastructures to manufacturing activity with several points in between.

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Nature & Environment

The maps below describe the topics candidates cover when talking about environment—natural and man-made—and the relationship between the two. 

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Government Programs & Spending

Collected here are maps about government programs and spending, including topics such as education, welfare, police, infrastructure, and others, at all levels of government (local, state, and federal). Together they describe which aspects of government spending and investment are prioritized through the presidential candidates' ongoing debate.

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Politics & Voting

In any race, how the political system itself functions is a common theme. The maps below describe a few of the specific issues raised. 

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