A map from the US Electoral College map is making waves in popular culture.
While many claim the map has been out of date, others claim it’s outdated and outdated maps are still useful.
But according to a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a new way to update the map and determine whether the map accurately depicts the votes cast in each state is being considered.
The map in question is based on the results of the 2010 election and includes the results for every state in the union.
The study used the results from a survey conducted by the University of Georgia to compare those results with the results reported by the Census Bureau in order to determine which of the states were actually represented by more or less votes.
The study found that the states with the most votes in 2010 were North Dakota, Wyoming, Alaska, Idaho, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Kansas.
While the results were not perfect, the study did show that North Dakota and Wyoming were represented by significantly more votes than other states.
The states with less than 100,000 people also had less than 2 percent of the vote.
The state with the least votes in the presidential election was New York, where the result of the presidential race was not determined until the final weeks of the election.
The researchers looked at the map to determine whether states are represented by electoral college votes.
The researchers used the data from the Census to determine how many votes each state has.
The results showed that in all but five states, the population of a state is larger than the state’s electoral college vote.
In most cases, the researchers were able to show that states with more votes have more electoral college electors.
For example, North Dakota had 17 electors in 2010.
In New York State, 17 electors is more than double the number of votes cast.
In addition to North Dakota’s 17 electoral college representatives, Alaska has 18 electors, Wyoming has 16, Montana has 15, South Carolina has 14, and Wyoming has 13.
States that had less electors than their votes cast have the highest percentage of votes for the president.
North Dakota was the only state that had more electors than its vote cast, with 23.7 percent of votes counted.
Wyoming had 23.5 percent of its votes counted, Alaska had 22.9 percent, South Columbia had 21.4 percent, Montana had 21 percent, and Montana had 19.4 of votes.
In Montana, only 13.3 percent of electors voted for the Republican candidate.
Wyoming also had a lot of electoral college representation.
The state had eight electors, two for the Democratic candidate, and three for the Green Party candidate.
In Wyoming, the Green candidate received less than one percent of all votes cast and one for each candidate who was not a Green.
In Montana, the Republican nominee received more than one vote for each vote cast for the Democrat.
In New York and Montana, there were no electoral college candidates.
Montana had two electoral college members, one for the Democrats and one each for the Republicans and the Green candidates.
In the end, the map was just as flawed as the results.
According to the study, the state with more electors in New York had one of the highest percentages of votes in either the presidential or the House of Representatives.
In addition, the states that had fewer electoral college seats had fewer votes for either presidential candidate.
New York and Wyoming had less electoral college electorates.
In Wyoming, New York did not have a Republican or Green candidate.
In the same states, North Carolina and Montana also had no Democratic candidates.
In North Carolina, the Democratic nominee received less votes than the Republican candidates.
While the results aren’t as reliable as the Census results, the results still show that electoral college numbers are not predictive of who will win the White House in 2020.
While some states are getting a bit of an update to their electoral map, there are still more than enough states that still don’t have an electoral college representative.