Maps for most questions show regional differences in terminology and idioms -- e.g. in most of the US, "tennis shoes" is generic name for soft/athletic shoes, except in New England where the term "sneakers" is preferred.
But the map that caught my eye was for this statement:
- 56. "Pantyhose are so expensive anymore that I just try to get a good suntan and forget about it."
Here's the map. What I like is that agreeing with this statement is marks "The Heartland" (excluding the Old South), a.k.a. "North-Middle America". (Color code: Blue is "acceptable" and red is "unacceptable". Click to see larger version in a new window.)
It's interesting to see how this separates Iowa from Minnesota, Wisconsin from Illinois, North Dakota from South Dakota, and New York from Pennsylvania.