The constant, crazy election coverage categorizes America by red states and blue states, but it is fun to remember that there are also green states. A new map from Estately drew up the United States according to their level of dankness, which is a dope way to learn geography.
The map gauged enthusiasm for marijuana by which states have a high (hehe) percentage of marijuana users, whether the ganja costs a lot of green, how often weed-related things were searched on Google, legal status, and if people publicly expressed interest in chillin' out, maxin', and relaxin' all cool.
The darker the states shade of green, the more marijuana's accepted. Here are the big takeaways:
Bernie Sanders represents Vermont well.
The West Coast is the best coast (for weed).
The Midwest is not like it was on That 70s Show.
The flyover states don't care to get high.
The Southwest (minus Texas, plus Hawaii and Alaska) is lit.
The Deep South could use some dope.
With the election tearing the country apart, it's nice to know that a lot of the states have similar coping mechanisms.