Missouri is by all accounts a "red state" but it's plain to see that one or two colors can't tell the whole story. How can one color, one category, make sense of the diversity of communities we see around us every day? The folks at Patchwork Nation and the public radio station WNYC think they have a better way: they look at voters in each county and then slice up the numbers 12 different ways. Some counties are what might be called, the "Monied 'Burbs." Others are "Tractor Countries" or "Mormon Outposts." 12 demographics, 12 sets of values, opinions and personalities.