The 2006 Mexican Presidential Election: A Quick-and-Dirty Topical Map

Submitted by Andy Anderson
A poster showing a map of Mexico that displays the voting pattern of each state in the 2006 presidential race (very liberal, liberal, conservative, very conservative), along with its relative per capita income.

Professional and Biographical Information

Degrees

Ph.D., Yale University (2001)
M.A., Yale University (1998)
B.A., Amherst College (1993)

Selected Publications

Books

Crafting Mexico: Intellectuals, Artisans, and the State After the Revolution (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2010).

Co-edited with Beatriz Canabal, Aline Hemond, et al, Moviendo Montañas: Transformando la Geografía del Poder en el Sur de México (Chilpancingo, Guerrero: Colegio de Guerrero, 2003).

Amherst College Senior Adam Lewkowitz To Study in Mexico on Fulbright Grant

The 2006 Mexican Presidential Election

Submitted by Andy Anderson
A map displaying some results from the 2006 Mexican presidential election, in which the two leading candidates had very similar numbers of votes. However, their bases of support have very different income characteristics, which is also shown on the map for comparison.

2006 Mexican Presidential Race and Per Capita Income Large

Submitted by Andy Anderson
A map of Mexico that displays the voting pattern of each state in the 2006 presidential race (very liberal, liberal, conservative, very conservative), along with its relative per capita income.

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