I'm building a map where mouse users can view details by hovering a region, and drill down to that region by clicking on it. e.g. hover Texas and see a map popup with data on population, size, unemployment but then if you click inside the Texas area then you'll drill down to a county level and be able to do the same until you hit cities, suburbs, etc.
My general question is: how to design this with touch devices in mind? From similar questions, it seems like having single tap/touch on touch device bring up the "hover" menu makes sense. So then how to support the "drilling down" aspect? For example, would it make sense to detect touch and in that case add a "Drill down" button inside the hover/popup, which is not present in non-touch?
I really would like to support touch in a way that doesn't diminish the non-touch experience too. i.e. keep the same hover or click paradigm for non-touch while supporting touch devices with an alternative. I haven't seen this particular goal/question answered in any similar answers on here.