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22 fascinating maps that show how Americans speak English differently across the US

Everyone knows Americans don't agree on pronunciations. That's great, because regional accents and dialects are a major part of why American English is so interesting. Josh Katz, a former Ph.D. student of statistics at North Carolina State University, published a group of awesome visualizations of Professor Bert Vaux and Scott Golder's linguistic survey, which looked at differences in American dialects (via detsl on /r/Linguistics).
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