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Mark Abraham
Los Angeles County (red) has a larger population than each of the 43 individual states shown in blue.
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Andrew Lax Mar 1
LA county has a greater population than the 10 least populous states *combined*.
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Jon Hiskes Mar 1
If LA County is so great, why doesn't it have any US Senators?
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Matt Jennings Mar 1
Did anyone say it was great? Or simply that it is home to a hell of a lot of people.
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Jon Hiskes Mar 1
Pardon my silly rhetorical question. Maps like that always make me think of the absurd design of the US Senate.
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Jon Hiskes Mar 1
It's a massive structural injustice we don't talk about enough. The map is great, though!
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Lake Balboa, Calif Mar 1
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Gordon Werner Mar 1
what's the current pop?
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Alec Perkins Mar 1
yup, more Trump voters in CA than any other state except FL & Texas, or 14 states combined
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blndvmpyr 🕉♓❄ Mar 1
is a better option, keeping economy solid for everyone not splitting out silicon valley, central valley agriculture...
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Brian Harper Mar 1
I mean...that's also probably due to having more people then X amount of states combined.
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Alec Perkins Mar 1
yes that’s the point
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MayBeAMermaid Mar 1
Ergo Electoral College
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Craig Blanton Mar 1
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Tyler Dinucci Mar 1
Yeah we do. When do we get our senators?!
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brian Mar 1
^ding ding ding. the most undemocratic representation of the American ppl. Ask DC how they feel about it.
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brian Mar 1
civil war 2. Couldnt happen without military invasion.
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brian Mar 1
that all of those places have two senators and LA has a fraction of one maybe?
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(((Matthew Lewis))) Mar 1
Yep. And those states have 20 times as much power as LA in the Senate - the world's least democratic institution.
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Craig Blanton Mar 1
Split California into 6 states
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