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An interpolated map of the U.S. showing a range between high (35%) and low (21%) responses to 
'Which type of cancer do you think will cause the most deaths this year in the U.S.?' 
(HINTS 2003 CK-15 Responded 'Lung Cancer'). 
 High values are found in the northern west. 
 Middle values are found in the midwest, northeast, south and west.
 Lowest values are found in central Texas. HINTS HINTS link for this map [D]
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