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  • Rya Dunnington

    links to a cool, interactive map. Can adjust view by type of benefit. Also, on roll over, shows historical data for each county.

  • Lakitu

    "The New York Times had a look at the growth of government benefit programs, such as Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security, in the United States. On the surface, it looks like your standard choropleth map that shows percent of income from government benefits, but there's a lot going on here that makes the piece really good."

  • Gina S

    geography of govt benefits

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