Stuff We “Learned” About Connecticut from Maps

I don’t know if you’ve noticed but data is taking over the world. You can learn a lot from these maps. You may also find yourself scratching your head and wondering how they got this information. Nonetheless, it’s clear that you can make a map out of anything. As evidence, I offer this list of maps powered by the internet’s love of data and infographics.

People Don’t Want to Live Here Anymore

For instance, according to data gotten from a moving company, CT is undergoing a mass exodus. This doesn’t quite answer the question “What if all the people moving to CT use U-haul or that weird Christian moving company with the pro-life propaganda on the side?” but whatevs, it’s the internet…Who cares about accuracy?


Weed Prices Are Pretty Average

We can only guess that the people who are moving out of Connecticut, are moving to the states with the cheapest weed. That means they’re going to the Pacific Northwest. If you are willing to trade decent weather for weed, more power to you.

weedOur Pelvises Are Inflamed

I had to turn to Google for help with this one. I racked my brain to remember whether or not Pelvic Inflammatory Disease is a sexually transmitted disease, or if it’s, like, in the water or something. Turns out sex is the culprit, and ya’ll need to start wrapping your shit up because PID is apparently the top preventable cause of infertility in women (Thanks Web MD)! And since we learned about Connecticut’s battle with this from a CDC map about the most distinctive causes of death by state we assume this is also deadly.


That’s all we’ve got for now, but rest assured Nutmeggers, there will be more maps! And we will bring them to you.