What the Map Colors Mean
There are two map views that are colored and each one has a coloring according
to the current setting in the Options
In the U.S. House of Representatives Apportionment panel, the map colors
mean the following:
- Bright Yellow indicates a high number of representatives. Since
this is directly proportional to the population of that state, a coloring of
Bright Yellow also indicates a high population relative to the other
- Bright Cyan indicates low number of representatives. Likewise,
this indicates a low population relative to the other states.
In the Migrations map, the colors mean following:
- Bright Yellow indicates high positive migration, into
the state. That is, many more people moved into the state than moved out of
- Bright Cyan indicates high negative migration, out of
- White indicates that the state is the one migration data is being
Colors between these extremes indicate varying degrees of representation.
A dragable legend of the colors appears on the right-hand side of the map.
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