Thursday, November 28, 2013

Wet, Moist, and Dry Counties

Map courtesy of Wikipedia.
Thanks to the good volunteers over at Wikipedia, today's map of US counties shows the current status of liquor laws at the county level.  The majority of American counties (blue) are Wet counties allowing alcohol to be sold.  The red counties on the other hand are Dry counties where local laws ban alcohol sales.  The bulk of these dry counties are in Kentucky, Virginia, and Arkansas.  Finally, the yellow counties are the less well known category of Moist counties.  Moist counties represent an area with both wet and dry areas.  These usually are dry counties with a wet town or other wet business such as a golf course.

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