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There's going to be so many blue state/red state election day maps today, but Gilt crunches the important numbers to see how our nation is divided by heel height. On the Gilt Tech Blog, the company's principal data scientist Igor Elbert and data analyst Debbie Chung look at average heel heights purchased in one year and confirm that Puerto Rico, Florida, Texas and California lean toward stilettos. Meanwhile, Maine, Kansas, and Nebraska are more kitten heel type of states. But one thing unites us all: Black is the most popular shoe color across the US.
· Stilettos by State: a Gilt Infographic [Gilt Tech]
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