Patchwork Nation: Evangelical Epicenters and "The Sarah Palin Effect"

Monday, September 08, 2008

Forget Red State - Blue State politics. But don't forget that all politics is local. The Christian Science Monitor's Patchwork Nation project is redefining political geography based on social and economic data, and in the process is clarifying the issues that will matter to Americans come November. Project leader Dante Chinni returns to The Takeaway to talk about another Patchwork Nation community, "Evangelical Epicenters."
Dante Chinni, The Christian Science Monitor's Patchwork Nation Project, in Denver. He visits and writes about the 11 categories of community that he's assigned based on social and economic data.


Adnaan Wasey

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