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« Reply #300 on: January 20, 2015, 05:44:42 am »
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When looking at these primary maps, its almost as if Obama/Clinton and Romney/Santorum look like the same urban/rural split.
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« Reply #301 on: January 20, 2015, 11:56:29 am »
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When looking at these primary maps, its almost as if Obama/Clinton and Romney/Santorum look like the same urban/rural split.

It's not so much an urban/rural cleavage in the Republican primary so much as it is a suburban/rural divide. Santorum polled quite well in the big cities - he won Dayton and Toledo and came very close to beating Romney in Columbus. Income and religion are, I think, the two most relevant cleavages to explaining the divide.

really cool.  I wonder if Ward and Trimble townships are especially libertarian.  What's up with the one Gingrich precinct?

I think that's just an anomalous result in a part of the state in which Gingrich's achieved his best results - in the rural vicinity of Dayton. There's nothing particularly unusual about Perry Township (52 votes for Gingrich, 44 Santorum, 43 Romney, 13 Paul).
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« Reply #302 on: January 20, 2015, 03:15:54 pm »
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How would religion be an explaining factor? It looks like Santorum did well among Catholics in the northwest, not so much around Cincinnati and Cleveland.
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« Reply #303 on: January 21, 2015, 07:53:48 am »
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Yeah, that wasn't right at all. It's actually pretty astonishing how small of a role religion played in this primary.
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« Reply #304 on: January 21, 2015, 01:01:37 pm »
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Re: the 2008 Democratic map - it seems like you can really pick out where the Dixiecrat vote was/is still strong (WV, AR, Northern Alabama, OK, KY, etc.), in that they massively favored Clinton, and you can see where most White voters seem to have just become 100% Republicans (MS, Southern Alabama, SC, etc.).
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« Reply #305 on: February 16, 2015, 10:20:48 pm »
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Here's a fun map. This is the 2012 primaries if the non-Paul anti-Romney vote were consolidated behind one candidate.



For those who don't know, the actual county map for 2012 is in the OP.

Really cool...look at those metro areas! Really highlights a cultural divide in the GOP!
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