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Mapping Support for Gun Control
ISideWith has created an interesting map showing support for gun control laws across the USA. Wanna see a Relief map USA *.CDR : FULL vector SPHERE projection Corel Draw? Here it is. ISideWith asks visitors to its website to answer a series of questions to discover which political candidate best matches their personal beliefs. One of the questions visitors to the site are asked is ‘Do you support increased gun control. The Support for Gun Control Google Map breaks down the answers given to this question at different administrative levels.
You can view the results at state level. You can also enter a zip-code into the map to view the level of support for gun control at the local level. I haven’t examined the results in any depth but it appears at first glance that the results show a general trend of more support for gun control in large cities and less support for gun control in more rural areas. Source.
A Central Asian state bordering China, Kyrgyzstan became independent with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
It has some oil and gas and a developing gold mining sector, but relies on imports for most of its energy needs.
Resentment at widespread poverty and ethnic divisions between north and south have spilled over into violence, and the country’s first two post-Soviet presidents were swept from power by popular discontent.
Settled by Kyrgyz tribes from southern Siberia in the 17th century, the area was ruled by various regional powers before coming under Russian, and then Soviet, rule.
Most of its six million people are Turkic-speaking Muslims.
In 2014 Kyrgyzstan shut a US military base which had supplied US troops in Afghanistan with personnel and cargo since 2001. Russia retains a military airbase in the country.