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Poll: Which Emoji Perfectly Sums Up Your D.C. Metro Stop?

To help New York City riders know what to expect on their commute, WNYC launched the Live Subway Agony Index, a real-time visual indicator of the conditions of the Metro system. From smiling to sobbing, each emoji is determined by how the previous hour's real frequency compares to its scheduled frequency. Inspired by WNYC, Curbed will similarly make a Metro map, but needs your help to do it. Rather than a real-time index, Curbed will instead replace each point on the Metro map with an emoji that you, the readers, deem appropriate. Should Dupont Circle have the winky face? Would an angry face most suit Union Station? It's up to you. Rather than have 91 polls for all 91 of the Metro stations, vote instead on the top 10 busiest Metro stations below. For the next emoji Metro poll, vote for which Metro line you want to vote on next.

⇣ Union Station
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↑ Be sure to click "Vote"! ⇣ Metro Center
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↑ Be sure to click "Vote"! ⇣ Gallery PL-Chinatown
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↑ Be sure to click "Vote"! ⇣ Farragut North
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↑ Be sure to click "Vote"! ⇣ Farragut West
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↑ Be sure to click "Vote"! ⇣ Foggy Bottom-GWU
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↑ Be sure to click "Vote"! ⇣ Dupont Circle
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↑ Be sure to click "Vote"! ⇣ L'Enfant Plaza
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↑ Be sure to click "Vote"! ⇣ Pentagon
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↑ Be sure to click "Vote"! ⇣ McPherson Square
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↑ Be sure to click "Vote"!
· Live Subway Agony Index [WNYC]
· Thrillist Just Created the Most Accurate D.C. Metro Map Ever [Curbed DC]
· Cool Map Thing archive [Curbed DC]