Javierdude22: Funny article in this weeks Economist. It's hardly a methodologically correct conclusion, but funny nonetheless. Apparently states that voted for Bush in majority have significantly lower IQ's than states that voted for Gore. Cincinnati tops the list with an average of 113 voting for Gore, versus Missisipi with 85 and voting for Bush. Also Utah and Idaho have 87, Wyoming 89, and Alabama, Oklahoma, Montana, and Louisiana have 90 and voted for Bush. NJ, MS, NY, RI, Hawaii, Maryland, NH, Illnois, and Delawarev all stay far above the 100 and voted for Gore. I find it pretty weird by the way that there can be such a difference between states in average IQ. Of course it correlates with the prestige and quantity of universities, but still, that much? And an IQ of below 80 means 'backwarded' right? hm... Btw, don't mean to offend anyone who voted for Bush..