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Across the Map
By C.J. Mittica, Robert Carey and Daniel Walsh
Research by Larry Basinait
Nov-Dec, 2010

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Did you know rhinestones are big in Texas and bags are unpopular in Massachusetts? Our geographic data tells all. (Numbers are the percent of respondents and the percent difference from the national average.)

C.J. Mittica is editor, Robert Carey is a contributing writer and Daniel Walsh is a staff writer for Wearables. 

 

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