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Question: In which of these cities is it possible Obama will win white evangelicals?
NYC   -3 (6.4%)
Los Angeles   -0 (0%)
San Francisco   -5 (10.6%)
Seattle   -3 (6.4%)
Chicago   -3 (6.4%)
Minneapolis/St. Paul   -3 (6.4%)
Madison   -5 (10.6%)
Detroit   -0 (0%)
Milwaukee   -0 (0%)
Philadelphia   -2 (4.3%)
Pittsburgh   -0 (0%)
Baltimore   -3 (6.4%)
Cleveland   -0 (0%)
St. Louis   -0 (0%)
Kansas City   -0 (0%)
Miami   -0 (0%)
Salt Lake City   -4 (8.5%)
Portland, OR   -4 (8.5%)
Honolulu   -3 (6.4%)
Boston   -4 (8.5%)
Denver   -2 (4.3%)
Austin   -2 (4.3%)
NOTA   -1 (2.1%)
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Total Voters: 7

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« on: August 11, 2012, 10:42:47 pm »
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I vote for all the ones where I'm guessing he won white evangelicals in 2008, those being NYC, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Twin Cities, Madison, Philadelphia, Baltimore, SLC, Portland, Honolulu, Boston, Denver and Austin.
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« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2012, 01:21:35 pm »
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It's tough to say. On the one hand, being within the limits of a city (as opposed to the suburbs/exurbs) makes people a lot more likely to vote Democratic, for the most part. On the other hand, you'd be surprised at how conservative some of the "evangelicals" in even places like the urban Bay Area are. So I don't know.
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