Interactive Feelings

The NYT has an interactive mood counter, where you can describe how you’re feeling about today’s election. It updates on the hour and can be broken down by whether people are voting for Obama or McCain. Some of the thing Obama respondents are feeling in large numbers are hopeful, inspired, proud, nervous, and jittery, whereas McCain supporters say that they are resigned, angry, scared, apprehensive, and worried. Check it out if you want to entertain yourself between now and when the polls close.

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