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One of the state nicknames of Wisconsin is “The Badger State.” This nickname is not a direct reference to the presence of the animals in the state. Rather, the nickname is a consequence of the behavior of the early settlers. The appellation “The Badger State” is an indirect reference to the behavior of badgers, while describing that of the miners.Is Wisconsin traditionally a red or blue state?
Wisconsin gained statehood in May 1848. Primarily Republican through 1928, the state (like most) turned Democratic during the Great Depression and World War II. From the mid-1940s through 1984, the state voted Republican more often than not.How many US Representatives does Wisconsin have?
The state of Wisconsin has two senators in the United States Senate and eight representatives in the United States House of Representatives.What is Wisconsin rank among the States?
Wisconsin Location, size, and extent Located in the eastern north-central US, Wisconsin ranks 26th in size among the 50 states. The total area of Wisconsin is 56,153 sq mi (145,436 sq km), of which 54,426 sq mi (140,963 sq km) is land and 1,727 sq mi is (4,473 sq km) inland water.