An independent political map of the United States shows how the political system in the country is structured by where the energy companies get their money, and what they get out of it.
The map, created by political scientist and activist Eric Trigg and released this week by the nonprofit Center for Responsive Politics, shows the political landscape in the United State based on data collected by the Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit research organization.
The political map uses data collected from the U.S. Census Bureau, which has shown that the state with the highest share of voters with no political affiliation is Florida, where 62.4 percent of the population voted for President Donald Trump in 2016.
The lowest share of registered voters was in Alaska, where just 31.9 percent of voters gave their party preference.
According to the Center’s data, Florida was the state most likely to elect a Republican president in 2020.
Florida also has a Democratic governor and a Democratic legislature, while the state legislature is a Republican-controlled body.
Florida has the third-highest share of residents living in poverty in the U, with 16.2 percent.
The state also has the highest rate of unemployment in the nation, at 9.2 percentage points, according to the U-M’s Center for Policy Research.
The poverty rate is highest in Miami-Dade County, home to Miami-Ft.
Lauderdale and Broward counties, which are majority Democratic.
The highest poverty rate in the state is in Lake Worth, which is home to St. Petersburg, home of Tampa.
The highest share (17.3 percent) of voters have a high school diploma, the third highest in the region, according the Center.
The highest share in the Bay Area is in Santa Clara County, where about 18.5 percent of residents have at least a high-school diploma, according data from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
The state with most voters with postgraduate degrees is North Carolina, where 35.4 of registered residents have completed postgraduate study.
More than one-third of registered Florida voters live in Florida’s metropolitan area, which includes Orlando, Miami-Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, according census data.
In 2018, the most recent year for which the data is available, just under a third of registered Floridians lived in a metro area, the Census Bureau reported.
About 13 percent of those people were in the Miami-Orlando area, with about 17 percent in Orlando and about 9 percent in Miami.