*If you need a definition of liberal or conservative look no further than right here.
How accurate was your prediction?
In what way did the map characterize your state incorrectly?
What most surprised you about this map?
What least surprised you about this map?
What geographical trends do you see in the map?
Some states are very conservative (Alabama) while others are very liberal (Massachusetts). Why do you think that is?
Because Alabama and Massachusetts are very different, what different policies do you think those states have made?
How closely did state ideology correspond to the outcome of the 2016 presidential election?
Overall, would you say that the US is more liberal, conservative, or just plain average? In the comments section, support your contention with one example or reason:
At one point, North Carolina (the best state ever), Virginia (not), and Kansas were reliably conservative states. What do you think has happened to make them more liberal?
One thing that is certain is change. How different do you think this map will look in 20 years?
What state do you think would most like Honey Boo Boo?
In the comments section, explain what would be best and what would be worst about moving to a state that is diametrically ideologically different from your personal beliefs.
Of all the states, which do you think is the most liberal and the most conservative?*