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Owner: scsurvey
Created: Feb 7, 2011
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<i>Extreme Weather</i> Summary
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A recent survey asked respondents whether or not they feel the winter weather is especially extreme this year. It also asked where they live, their gender, and their age.

Most respondents feel that the winter weather is more extreme this year than last year:

Result 1: Bar plot of Opinions on Weather Extremity   [Info]
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Not surprising, residents in New York and New England feel that the weather is more extreme this year than last:

Result 2: US Map Display of Opinions on Weather Extremity   [Info]
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Check out the data that were collected here:

Check out the original survey here:

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