This is pretty interesting. Was listening to a podcast w/ 2 conservative guests, and they said the death rates are pretty even between red and blue states I thought "no way" But it actually looks like that might be true statista.com/statistics/1109…
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I would guess the difference is in the time (a year ago vs. now) as well as demographics affected (people dying now are younger)
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Hmmmm. What do you mean difference between a year ago and now?
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Replying to @TheRewiredSoul
A year ago, there was no vaccine and no Delta, and the virus would ravaging the NE of the United States. Now, Delta kills more younger people and the NE is more vaccinated, so the casualties are more in the south, and younger, I imagine

2:13 PM · Sep 12, 2021

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Replying to @sophiamoskalen1
Ohhhhhh. So do you think that data is overall 2020-2021 and would be different if it narrowed the scope to 2021?
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Yes, I think if you slice the data by months, you'd see the difference in geographic locations as well as in demographics of victims
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