Everyone loves government petitions! No, honestly.
The public like them because it's a form of direct democracy: Just 100,000 signatures in favour of a motion is enough to get almost any issue debated in parliament, which is a massive boost to campaigners. Journalists also love them because they give strong headlines: "500,000 people want to ban something" sounds important when it's at the top of news bulletins. Some politicians also like them because they can be used to demonstrate broad support for a crucial issue.
But what happens if you look behind the headline figures at the data and see who is actually signing the petitions? BuzzFeed News checked the constituency-level support for several popular government petitions and found there were dramatic regional differences when it came to the location of their backers.
Although this is not a scientific method – it's a self-selecting sample and you're more likely to sign a petition if you're already a politically engaged person with easy access to the internet – it does offer a good idea regarding which political issues people care about in different parts of the country.
So, can you work out which map shows the support for which popular government petition?
Some maps have been cropped to focus on particular areas of support. The darker the colour of a constituency, the larger the number of people who have signed the petition.
Jeremy Hunt should resign.Cut the BBC's budget.Save the bees.
"Consider a vote of No Confidence in Jeremy Hunt, Health Secretary"
This petition received 334,436 signatures.
Do not accept any more Syrian refugees.Cut the foreign aid budget.David Cameron should resign.
"Stop spending a fixed 0.7 per cent slice of our national wealth on Foreign Aid"
The petition was signed by 229,400 people.
Cut government spending on disability benefits.Don't launch bombing raids on Syria.Ban Donald Trump from the UK.
"Vote no on military action in Syria against IS in response to the Paris attacks"
The petition was signed by 227,653 people.
Rebuild the canal network.Ban Donald Trump from the UK.The UK should leave the EU.
Ban Donald Trump from the UK!
This petition received 584,810 signatures and made headlines around the world.
Accept more Syrian refugees.Don't accept more Syrian refugees.Save the bees.
Accept more asylum seekers and increase support for refugee migrants in the UK.
This petition received 450,287 signatures.
Take in more Syrian refugees.Stop spending government money on pro-EU leaflets.Stop the closure of community pubs.
"STOP CAMERON spending British taxpayers’ money on Pro-EU Referendum leaflets."
This petition received 219,655 signatures. Downing Street hasn't stopped spending money on the leaflets.
Ban all immigrants from the UK.Increase funding for London's NHS hospitals.End motorway tolls now.
"Stop allowing immigrants into the UK."
The petition was signed by 216,949 people.
Hold a vote on Welsh independence.Save the bees.Recall parliament to deal with the steel crisis.
"Call on David Cameron to act to protect our steel industry & recall Parliament"
This petition was created by Jeremy Corbyn when parliament was in recess and Tata Steel in Port Talbot was on the brink of collapse. It received 153,135 signatures.
Turn schools into academies.Maintain funding for NHS bursaries.Save the bees
"Keep the NHS Bursary"
This petition to maintain funding for NHS staff received 161,665 signatures.
Protect the wind farm industry.Lower the tax on whisky production.Don't ban Donald Trump from the UK.
"Don't ban Trump from the United Kingdom"
The petition received 46,389 signatures. It may not be coincidental that Trump owns golf courses that employ a substantial number of people in Aberdeenshire and on the west coast of Scotland.
Jim Waterson is a politics editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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