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political geography

Translation of political geography in Spanish:

noun

  • uncountable
    geografía (feminine) política
    Example sentences
    • We had to accept the fact that we were contacting people who may not be registered and we would know nothing about their voting history nor about their political geography.
    • Important as physical geography was, however, other factors shaped political geography.
    • Some analysts from both parties would agree that the Democratic party is facing difficulties with the nation's political geography.

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